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The Standard: Time Flies

2022-05-27T08:38:56-05:00

By Mike Fahy ‘22

Time really does fly when you’re having fun. In the blink of an eye, I will be graduating alongside my fellow classmates. My four years at Brother Rice have been nothing short of amazing. Through all the ups and downs, I would not change one thing about these past years.

As soon as I walked through the doors on my first day of high school, I knew I had found my second home. The friendships I have created and the memories I have made will never be forgotten. As I look back, I realize how fortunate I was to […]

The Standard: Time Flies2022-05-27T08:38:56-05:00

The Standard: Final Four Preview

2022-04-02T11:54:59-05:00

By Mike Fahy ‘22

The greatest weekend in college basketball is coming upon us. As 64 total college basketball teams entered the March Madness tournament, only four of those teams remain. Kansas, Villanova, Duke, and North Carolina will square off in the Final Four. However, only one team will be crowned champion.

In the round of the Elite Eight, Kansas soundly defeated the Miami Hurricanes by a score of 76-50. The Jayhawks now have the ultimate test against one of the most fundamentally sound teams in America: the Villanova Wildcats. Villanova beat a red-hot Houston team 50-44 in the Elite Eight.

Dylan Warda ‘22 […]

The Standard: Final Four Preview2022-04-02T11:54:59-05:00

The Standard: Neighborhood Olympian Abbey Murphy and the U.S. Women’s Hockey Team

2022-02-26T10:14:29-06:00

By Mike Fahy ‘22

The United States women’s hockey team clinched a gold medal in 2018 defeating Canada in the Pyeongchang Olympics. However, they couldn’t finish the job in the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics.

In the preliminary rounds, the U.S. went 3-1, with the only loss coming to Canada. They defeated Czech Republic and Finland in the knockout rounds to land themselves a rematch with the Canadians.

However, the Americans lost 3-2 to secure the silver medal. Ever since women’s hockey was introduced to the Winter Olympics, Canada and the U.S. have won the gold medal every single time, igniting a huge rivalry between […]

The Standard: Neighborhood Olympian Abbey Murphy and the U.S. Women’s Hockey Team2022-02-26T10:14:29-06:00

The Standard: The Return to 45 Minute Schedule

2022-01-20T20:28:16-06:00

By Mike Fahy ‘22

School is back in action for the second semester here at Brother Rice, and with the second semester comes the return of the dreaded 45 minute schedule.

Students loved the Covid 40 minute schedule where students who had an 8th period would leave school at 2:04. The 40 minute schedule was implemented when everyone returned to school after summer break in 2020. With the return of the 45 minute schedule, students won’t get out of school until 2:45.

Senior Jimmy Hogan said, “I loved the 40 minute schedule. I was able to get home from school at 2:15 and finish […]

The Standard: The Return to 45 Minute Schedule2022-01-20T20:28:16-06:00

The Standard: Lausch Takes Home the Lawless

2021-11-08T20:07:36-06:00

By Mike Fahy ‘22

It’s not every year that a player like Brother Rice quarterback Jack Lausch comes around. If you have seen him play sometime in the past two seasons, you would know that he is a good football player. However, this season, he has dominated his way to winning the Tony Lawless Player of the Year for the CCL Blue Conference. In other words, he took home the MVP.

Through eight regular season games this season, the dual-threat quarterback put up video game numbers. He totaled 1,736 yards passing with a 67% completion percentage, 659 yards rushing and 28 total touchdowns. […]

The Standard: Lausch Takes Home the Lawless2021-11-08T20:07:36-06:00

The Standard: Ramblers Take Down Crusaders in Thrilling Shootout

2021-11-08T20:09:59-06:00

By Mike Fahy ‘22

The Crusaders took a tough loss on Friday, Sept. 17, in an electrifying shootout with the Loyola Academy Ramblers. It was a battle between the number one and number three ranked teams in the state where Brother Rice quarterback, Jack Lausch, and Loyola running back, Marco Maldonado, proved why they are two of the state’s premier players.

The Crusaders came out firing on offense as they marched down the field, and Lausch stuffed it in for a 2 yard touchdown run, set up by a 40 yard catch and run by receiver Danny White. However, Maldonado quickly responded with […]

The Standard: Ramblers Take Down Crusaders in Thrilling Shootout2021-11-08T20:09:59-06:00

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