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The Scroll conducts an interview with Tyler Kelleher ’14.
For most, being on the receiving end of hazing and a slap shot to the face may be indicators that things aren’t going their way. For Ben Lovejoy ’03, however, it was quite the opposite.
Hockey is fast, physical, and gritty, requiring skill and a dogmatic determination. Science teacher Brian Fry fulfills all of these qualities, making him a good player, a good coach, and a great addition to Deerfield.
In the opening four games of the season, Lundberg has only relinquished five goals, supported the team to a 2-2 record, and made history in the process.
Kevin Roy ’12, a new student from Quebec, Canada, talks about his life at Deerfield.
Former Deerfield student and varsity ice hockey goalie Casey DeSmith decided last year to take an opportunity to play in the United States Hockey League, which some people consider to be the United State’s premier junior league for players under twenty.
The girls’ varsity hockey team has tapped a goldmine of talent, potential, and experience in two new freshmen goalies, Hannah Insuik and Sammy Hirshland.
Varsity Hockey beats Choate in an Overtime Thriller. Looking to avenge a loss at Choate, the Green used solid defense and a miraculous short-handed overtime goal from captain Evan Dugdale ’09 sending the crowd into a complete frenzy, and winning the game 3-2 Boys’ Varsity Lacrosse beats ...
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