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Quakes dominate Carver in first-ever Friday Night Lights game

Friday Night Lights

Zoe Baumgartner, Contributor November 17, 2021
Tonight is the night. The first Friends Friday night lights soccer game to ever take place.
A retired Friends girls jersey, size Small.

Girls’ Sports Uniforms Aren’t Size & Gender-Expression Inclusive

Em Flavin and Simone Kessler November 17, 2021
At school, students don't have to wear uncomfortable uniforms or follow a restrictive dress code. But the same can’t be said for girls’ sports.
Center midfielder Henry Sellinger holds a card from his teammates.

Passion, Pain, and Perseverance on the Pitch

Peter Zejmis, Contributor November 17, 2021

In the blink of an eye, Senior Henry Sellinger crashes into the opposing St. Mary's midfielder. After a terrifying 30 minutes, Henry is rushed to the hospital. His leg bone is completely shattered. Out...

Senior Girls Varsity Soccer players post-win in October 2020

Covid-19 Couldn’t ‘Break the Quake’

Connor Ennis, Staff Writer December 14, 2020
The Athletics Department overcame many difficulties to save the fall sports season, and students appreciate it.
A display of Ravens fan items, including a Lamar Jackson jersey

Ravens Report Card

Henry Geller, Editor-in-Chief December 14, 2020
A fan grades the team's lineup, 11 weeks into the season
Friends Baseball players on their new diamond

New Baseball Diamond Means Opportunities

Izzy Paff, Contributor April 6, 2020

As spring approaches, baseball season comes into “full swing,” and the new diamond on campus comes to mind. Most of the Friends School sports teams have easily accessible fields or courts, but not...

Football at Friends: Something Were Still Talking About

Football at Friends: Something We’re Still Talking About

Ellie Proutt, Editor-in-Chief February 10, 2020

Two years after the Friends football team dissolved, the debate about the sport continues. Students and faculty alike are conflicted about the presence of a football team and whether or not...

The Friends boys soccer team before a game

Bruins Ruined? Not Yet

Luke Rollfinke and Charlie Wayner October 10, 2019
“It’s a toss-up of whoever wants it more” during Rivalry Days, sports statistics club head Sam Burgunder says. “Crazy things happen when people are really motivated.”
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