Now, as a senior, he has come full circle, directing the next wave of Arrows in the same show. The actors really helped me out and worked very hard.
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I was really proud of them. The same idea can hold true for photography. Photograph what you know. The students were asked to photograph what, in many ways, they know best: life at St. The assignment was to photograph around campus throughout the day—in classrooms, in hallways, during lunch, on the sports fields, etc. The students were encouraged to bring out the sense of the St. Before the students headed out for their assignment, they received some helpful tips from St. Here are some of the images the AP photo students produced for the assignment.
Keeping together is progress. Working together is success. With 15 players returning from last season and six new players, there was no doubt that this team was excited to compete. The first two games of the season brought early frustration as the squad was defeated by Rivers and Milton. Arrows rolled to a win. Up next was Exeter Academy, a perennial New England power who pulled away late in the game last year to claim victory. The pace, physicality and execution were outstanding in this game as the Arrows were almost flawless.
Building on that momentum, the team spotted Brooks an early lead before answering with four straight goals to claim their third victory in as many games. Looking to send an early message, the team barraged the Albany goalie in the first period, but only had a one-goal lead. Winchendon propelled the Arrows to the championship game against Rivers. A playoff like tempo ensued as both teams exchanged goals in the first and second periods.
Although outshooting its opponent and carrying the momentum late in the game, an unfortunate defensive lapse cost the team in overtime. Not to be discouraged, the team remained unified but only went in the next four games. Luckily, arch-rival Belmont Hill was next. Kiley was given the first opportunity and responded with a shutout performance against St. Although the team lost its next game against Lawrence, it had shown how well it could play together as a unit. Rematches versus Belmont Hill and Lawrence were the test the team needed to see how far they had come.
Belmont Hill responded in the second for a tie but a great individual shorthanded goal by Hughes sealed a victory. The last game of the season was as close to a playoff game as possible. Thayer had just won nine of their previous ten games, but a strong second period provided a lead.
Thayer scored twice in the third, but a timely overtime goal by Schlaht. Loomis, an outstanding defensive team with strong goaltending, frustrated the Arrows but a late Devlin goal pushed the contest into overtime before a Davenport bounce sent the team and crowd into frenzy. It was only a moment later that the team found out that a rematch with Thayer was next.
This edition of the Arrows, despite being a game short of their goal, achieved their purpose of being positive, unselfish and relentless as it won 19 games for the first time in 15 years. Although a large portion of the team will return, the leadership of the seniors, Colman, Kehoe, Tim and Will Kiley and Reddick will be sorely missed. The Arrows basketball team began with a flood and ended with an avalanche. A flooded gym, due to construction in the fall, necessitated a new floor and this is how the Arrows embarked on their season.
With the departure of St. The season began with a non-league tilt versus a very talented Brimmer and May team. But the Arrows simply did not have enough firepower that day to take home the win. League play started with a home win versus a young, but talented St. The Arrows received contributions from all of the healthy players on the roster in the first two games.
In the first contest, St. Unfortunately, some deep three-point shots by Milton widened the gap and their overall team size was too much to overcome. Upon returning from break, the Arrows would finally get their full complement of players just in time to face a gritty Roxbury Latin team. The month of January was unforgiving to the Arrows. The team was simply overmatched by Tabor and Brooks, and then the ball just started bouncing the wrong way in losses to Thayer and Nobles.
The boys never quit and continually rallied around the senior quartet of Carlson, Johnson, Phelan and Plansky. Inspired by the environment, their teammates, all of whom played, and the outstanding St. Despite the outcome, the Arrows will always remember the experience as a positive one.
In between some hard-fought wins were some tough losses against talented teams. In a season where points were premium, the season finale versus St. The Arrows jumped out to a double-digit lead that would shrink to four points with six minutes to go. But they held on to finish out the game with a win! And even though the losses outnumbered the wins, these young men stayed positive, continually supported each other and battled every opponent until the final horn. Go Arrows! Despite the pendulum swings between arctic cold and record-breaking warm temperatures, 25 Arrows skiers participated and we competed in eight races this season.
MacPherson has been a large contributor for the team in his four years at St. ISL-All League in 10th place after a consistent and competitive standout season. Remarkably, each year Murphy has competed, he has placed in the top five, medaling in each of those championships. To date, he is the most decorated and medaled skier to graduate from St.
A multi-sport athlete, Murphy has developed skills and impressive confident focus that has helped him succeed in his time at St. As many no doubt saw watching the Olympic Alpine Racing this year, when a skier makes a mistake at high speeds, this might not even be discernible to the viewer unless the footage is slowed down. In his six years on the team, Walsh has been part of a team that earned third in C Division in , in large part due to his under pressure performance, and with the help of the current senior class, won three back-to-back NEPSAC Championships.
This is quite the legacy to leave the school with and these seniors should be proud of their contribution to the program. The success of our ski program would not be possible without the help of so many people at St. Thank you to all of our fans! Visit our Arrows Skiing YouTube page to view our end-of-season highlight video. This season was the end of an era for the St. The team completed its first decade as a sport at St. Next year, the team will compete in one of the best wrestling rooms in the Independent School League.
Coach John Ryan, who started the team ten years ago with Greg Wishart, worked together with assistant coaches, Stephen Salomone and Thomas Moriarty to help develop the line-up of wrestlers, ranging from those new to the sport to the more experienced. The record for the team does not tell the whole story. Giving up four of the fourteen weightclasses right away does not help, but our ten varsity wrestlers competed hard in every match.
This team sent this era out well and makes the future look bright for the St. DeMatteo finished off his sixth year with the team with a solid showing during the regular season, which was unfortunately shortened due to injury. White ended his career as a four-year wrestler who shored up the lower part of the weight classes. He could always be counted on to help the younger, lighter wrestlers figure out how to handle what was going on in practice and on the mat.
Olson stepped in for DeMatteo when he was injured and earned a couple of important wins for Arrows. More importantly, Olson could be seen mentoring the younger wrestlers in practice as they tried to figure out difficult techniques. The team also had three juniors to add some experience. The other two juniors, Anthony Perez and Jack Hynes, are the captains for next season. Both of these wrestlers led by their example in the room and their desire to get better.
They will be good leaders for the new era. In addition to the six upperclassmen, the thirteen-man team included seven freshmen.
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It is these freshmen that will be called upon to make a big impact next year. Three of these Arrows were thrown in the varsity line-up and did well. The team also had three wrestlers who competed for St. Moving forward, these young men are most assuredly striving to make a mark on the new era and aspiring towards adding their names to the plaques in the new athletic center. It was an exciting season for the grapplers this year even as we look forward to next. What the Swim team lacked in numbers, they made up for in spirit.
With only five swimmers returning from last season, this most certainly was going to be a rebuilding year. This season was about coming together as a team, working towards personal bests and having fun. Although our small size and lack of experience provided us with adversity, the team still swam with great spirit and perseverance. Often pitted against teams with older and faster swimmers, these boys stayed focused on their personal and team goals.
The swimmers took. New to the swim team but already looking like a natural in the water, Pimlott took off an impressive 11 seconds in the Freestyle and 15 seconds in the Freestyle. While most comfortable with swimming shorter distances last year, Barbiellini challenged himself to swim the Freestyle, his longest event yet. Improving upon his times, he was focused and eventually owned the Freestyle. Williams was able to compete head-to-head with swimmers from rival schools and consistently placed in his races.
Hoping to develop his swim resume, he swam almost every event for the team and was looked upon to swim some tough races. Casiano brought to the team great spirit and an undeniable team attitude. He consistently swam the Freestyle and 50 Freestyle and earned personal bests in the last meet of the season against Milton Academy. As a returning swimmer, Garrity looked to challenge himself and improve his times. He superbly took. Arevian brought swim experience to the team and often swam the Breaststroke and Freestyle.
Throughout the season, he could be found cheering on his teammates. Bollas was the sprinter on the team, consistently finishing in the top two in every race. Given his speed, he anchored both medley and freestyle relays for the team. Licameli was a steady presence in the water, always pushing himself and setting an example for others.
His times continually improved as a result of his work ethic. He competed across a variety of events, including breaststroke, backstroke, and freestyle. Although we were pitted against opponents with far more swimmers, there was something that made this swim season special and enjoyable. Thanks to the captains and the hard work of the swimmers, the team was able to have a successful season and most importantly, enjoyed the experience and team camaraderie.
The players came ready to play at every practice and match, with strong individual efforts from every member of the team, from the beginners to the more experienced players. Last year, the team graduated five talented seniors who made up most of the top third of the ladder. While it was tough to lose so many key players, many of the younger athletes stepped up significantly to fill the vacated spots on the ladder.
The team was led by juniors Jack Dumouchel, Andrew Ko and Brian Piatelli, who all cycled through the top three ladder positions over the course of the season and won their share of difficult matches. All of the players improved over the course of the season,. Perhaps the biggest obstacle for the St.
For practices, which are held in the evenings, the team travels to Noble and Greenough School and uses their courts twice a week. In addition, the team plays no home matches all season, and matches do not attract the fans that other contests do. All that is set to change next season as St.
When it is completed, it will boast six full courts and a large central area for spectators. With its own space in the new athletic center, the squash program hopes to grow in numbers and possibly field two or three teams in the coming years. The team this year is graduating just one senior: Alex Gainey. Although Gainey was relatively new to the sport of squash, he quickly rose to the top portion of our ladder and even filled in at the number one spot for a couple of matches.
With such a young squad this year, it bodes well for the future of the team as they get ready to begin the next chapter of St.
Daniel J. Gilmartin Award Given by the coaches to the St. The game marks the first appearance in the event for both professional hockey players. Hanifin, a defenseman for the Carolina Hurricanes, and Boyle, a center for the New Jersey Devils, suited up for the same team, wearing the gray and yellow jersey to represent the Metropolitan Division in the three-onthree tournament.
Hanifin, at age 21, was one of the younger players to be tapped for the AllStar Game. Selected by the Hurricanes in the first round, fifth overall, at the. Boyle, selected to replace his injured teammate, Taylor Hall, added something extra special to the roster. After being diagnosed with chronic myeloid leukemia during training camp and missing the beginning of the season for treatment, Boyle returned to the ice in November and has been at the top of.
His two-year-old son has also been facing medical issues, making his strength in the face of such adversity all the more inspiring. Congrats to these two Arrows on their magnificent achievement! Keep your classmates up to date on your accomplishments, family members, travels, or anything else new in your life. Send us photos, too! JULY 9, Photos will be published based on quality and available space. Please be sure to send the highest quality image possible and identify everyone in the photo. Please give my best to everyone, I will miss them very much. My wife, Jean, and two of my three daughters are in the business.
My last daughter, Elizabeth, had a Cape Cod wedding in September I look forward every summer to the Cape Cod Reunion and reuniting with fellow Arrows. We have three kids and four. I teach a class at Berkeley Law and use Cicero as an example of a great trial lawyer.
The trip takes days and we are about half way. When finished we will see over 60 countries and 75 or so different cities. So far the most spectacular city has been Singapore. We arrive back in the States around July 2nd and hope to get to the Cape by the 15th of July. Maybe we will be in time for the Cape cocktail party. By the way, the internet provides easy access to ways to communicate with family and friends and for the most part it is free. We expect to have the present of a great granddaughter in April and will be able to see her live on FaceTime—wow!
Tell us about it! Send an email with your suggestions to our Communications Office at communications stsebs. Bob Giggi enjoying the new St. Robert does concrete education and advocacy in applied sciences and biomedical areas, including those of underestimated importance for elder care, the protection of life, and quality of life. All three girls are married and living nearby along with my new, first grandson, Ryan Sullivan Duffy son of my oldest daughter, Kaitlin, and her husband, Craig.
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Retirement is closing in and my handicap continues to rise. Be well my friends! Joe, a junior at BC, is spending a semester in Madrid. My research is predominantly focused on the youth in society under the age of Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Married 34 years! Coach Sweeney made copies of the article and taped it to the seats in the bus for us to read on the way to the game.
What a significant motivator that was. We were undefeated that year. I still have the plaque on my wall at WPI.
The next year we got Coach Souza. He was a great coach. I have always felt that he was about as classy as a Catholic gentleman could be back then, and I still feel that way. Coach Souza has had a great run of it since then. Lane Rink. The Arrows basketball team played against South Kingston, RI, at the Boston Garden on January 21, , one of several games played in the big arena during that era.
In this role, I develop and lead strategic initiatives around the world collaborating with Coca-Cola bottling partners and the customer. When not traveling for work, I enjoy cheering my children on in competitive swimming and vacationing with the family. Due for theatrical release in May, the movie tells the story of a bullied teen who experiences a turning point summer in which he learns to stand up for himself. Sebastian in St. The picture is a mosaic portraying the Martyrdom of St. Sebastian done by Pietro Paolo Christofari. I was honored by the Metro New York Health Care for All Campaign during their annual gala for my years of work around health care advocacy and coalition building.
Pius X in Scarsdale, NY. We are settling in, acclimating to the rhythms of rural life in this beautiful part of the world, and we closed on our first home just a few months ago. June, our three yearold daughter, is looking forward to the arrival of a baby brother or sister sometime in October. We are, too. John Bruchalski in Fairfax, VA. Greg serves as their Development Manager, a position which focuses on major gift giving, grant writing, and outreach.
Kim is currently teaching French at Christendom College part time, and she is enjoying the small town life of the Shenandoah Valley and the active parish life of St. John the Baptist. My girlfriend and I are expecting our second child a boy in early July to join our 3-year-old daughter, Sofie. In July , Donkor will be traveling with 50 youth, ranging from grades , on a service learning trip to Ghana.
He hopes this will be the first trip of its kind to locations around the world, providing a unique opportunity for these students to explore another country and enhancing their global awareness. It is a good feeling to be home and close to my family again. Fellow St. Katie and I met at Georgetown and began dating senior year. They currently live in Waltham, MA.
Sean works in Brighton as a Business Development Representative. Paul Donato coached the Wellesley Raiders to a record in just two seasons, with a Bay State League title and their first D2 state championship since Become a part of our amazing network of Arrows you can tap into anytime, from anywhere! Joining our networking platform for the St. Dartmouth lacrosse game on March Bowdoin lacrosse game. View St. View the publication, including recent back issues, in a flipbook format on our website at: www. In Los Angeles and San Francisco, they met with a number of alumni who live in the area.
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His senior year, he served as captain of basketball and was elected Class President, proving his very likeable personality. Jack attended Harvard College after graduating from St. He was happiest when surrounded by his loving family and wonderful friends. Michael V. Michael is survived by his parents Richard and Carmela, his son Mason, and siblings Stacey and James. Robert F. After graduating from St. Always an academic, he spent 45 years teaching at the University of Scranton.
During this time, he made many enduring friends of students and staff. He took great pride in assisting students in the pre-law program. Robert had an infectious smile and contagious laugh. He was loved by all who knew him and will be missed dearly. She served as President of the Guild of St. Lynn is survived by her husband of 48 years, Joseph, her two sons who attended St.
She is also survived by her ten treasured grandchildren. She was a loving wife, mother and grandmother. Lynn earned her BS in Nursing from St. She was both a practicing nurse and a former instructor of nursing at Boston College. This listing contains deaths reported before April 1, To see a complete listing of Alumni who have passed away within the past twelve months please go to www.
To report a death of a St. On January 26, , a group of fathers established the St. The giant raffle included items ranging from a washing machine, to a radio and hundreds of other wonders. Examples of existing endowment funds at St. Nerbonne Scholarship Fund Henry T. Help ensure that the St. Donating to or bequeathing a Planned Gift to a currently established fund is a meaningful way to pay tribute to a well-loved member of our St. Your support will help St. Notice of your generous recognition will be made to the honoree and your name will be listed in the Annual Report summarizing Endowment Funds.
McInnis Society. Headmaster William L. From the desk of the headmaster Sights and sounds of building abound W illia m L. Bu r k e III With backup alarms beeping, machines rat-a-tat-tatting, saws singing, and hammers banging, our West Campus renovation and building project produces daily symphonies of construction music.
With love and gratitude, William L. Bookmark this page today! The Arrows had only a week to make improvements, traveling to Andover High School on January 27 to compete against 16 teams in their second Qualifier competition. Open to all boys entering grades 5—9 stsebs. Students put the finishing touches on their Memory Project portraits. Ryan Moore, Spanish Department Chair, leads a lesson in the language lab. Seniors help serve ice cream as part of the Catholic Schools Week celebration.
Adventures in Costa Rica St. One of his teammates, Andre Gambucci, became such a dear friend that Jack asked him to be godfather to one of his five children. Refer to the files below for more details on the camps and how to register! SSA Running Camp pdf. SSA Basketball Camps pdf. SSA Shooting Clinic pdf. Sebastian Academy student-athletes, Anne Akagi, Jeremy Esatto, and Theresa Long have all been awarded athletic scholarships and signed letters of intent committing to run at the next level for their respective colleges in the coming school year.
Mary's University where she will be majoring in Communications. They are pictured with their parents. I loved my time running for the Saint Sebastian Arrows. Running for SSA taught me what it meant to be on a team that thinks and functions like a family. The camaraderie, encouragement, positivity, competitiveness, and yet the overall desire to see each member of the team succeed was something I had never seen before all in one place.
Coach Long, in particular, pushed us to reach our God-given potential by simultaneously personalizing rigorous, specialized workouts and staying by our side to help us through the setbacks, while teaching us to do the same peer-to-peer. Being a part of SSA was truly a once in a lifetime experience where I made lifelong memories and friends and learned invaluable lessons.
Part of what makes SSA so unique is the impact that every athlete has on the team, no matter the skill level or age. SSA as a whole taught me what it meant to be a tenacious and gutsy athlete, which led to the generous scholarship offers I received and ultimately allowed me to enroll at my top choice college as a distance runner. My time running with St. Sebastian Academy was a highlight of my time in high school. As much as I enjoyed the running, I am most grateful for the way I grew as a person while there.
Due to undiagnosed Lyme disease and continual injuries, my athletic record was not what I wanted it to be. It was frustrating not being able to perform as well as I could have. However, no matter how I ran or what time I earned, I was treated just like every one of the other athletes.
Through it all, Coach Patsy Long stuck by me and supported me as I recovered. During my last track season, I remained healthy and faithfully followed every workout my coach gave me. Looking back, I realize I learned many things that would help me not only in academics and running, but also in my everyday life.
I learned to work hard, to trust my team and my coach, and, ultimately, to persevere in difficulty. Now I have graduated and am off to pursue my undergraduate degree in health sciences with the goal of pursuing a Doctorate in Physical Therapy.