- Letter From The Editor
- Novice Crew
- Intimacy At DA
- To Cheer Or To Jeer: That Is The Question
- Alumna Kayla Corcoran Returns As History Teacher
An interview with Olympic Gold-Medalist Susan Francia
“I couldn’t be happier to finish second after only two years of racing.”
Without any formal technique training and with only a few practice throws, Laddie Trees ’11 has already qualified for the New England championship by throwing over 120 feet.
This season, with cuts being made and a higher level of intensity added to each practice, the softball team has transformed itself into one dedicated to improving their overall skills and abilities.
Coxswains are members of the crew team who, because of their small frames, fit into the front of each boat to steer, direct, and control the course of each rowing event.
Twins Grace and Caitlin Murphy ’11 along with teachers Mr. and Mrs. Calhoun are pushing to start a seperate girls’ golf team.
Kevin Roy ’12, a new student from Quebec, Canada, talks about his life at Deerfield.
Boys’ and Girls’ Varsity Skiing enjoyed success at New Englands on February 10, with the boys placing third and the girls placing fourth overall.
Luke Mario ’12 sees wrestling in his future, saying, “I’ve always wanted to wrestle in college.” Mario won Class A’s as a freshman and was second place in New England’s at the 103 pound weight class.
Oliver Lee ’10, who last year helped lead the boys’ varsity swim team to a New England Championship by winning both the 50 and 100-yard freestyle, qualified for the events at the U.S. Open last August.