Category: Sports

MLB Early Season Notes

Mike O’Brien ‘23 Chief Sports Editor We’re just about two weeks into the MLB season, and there’s already plenty of storylines to unpack as the MLB settles into its regular 162 game season after last year’s was shortened due to the COVID-19 pandemic. New York Underperforms  After the […]

Julian Edelman Retirement Tribute

Logan Gooley ‘24 and Patrick Grudberg ‘24 Staff Writers On Monday, April 12th, the New England Patriots announced their decision to release long tenured wide receiver Julian Edelman. Plagued by chronic knee injuries, the longtime Patriot only played six games last season for Bill Belichek’s squad, missing the […]

Crimson Tide Rolls Cross 78-3

By Mike O’Brien ‘23 Knows a Guy Editor’s note: This article appears in our annual Eggplant Edition, comprised exclusively of satirical articles. In a recent effort by the NCAA to encourage more upsets in college football, coming as a surprise to many, the Holy Cross Crusaders football team […]

All-Star Weekend… Yay or Nay?

Jimmy Casey ‘22 Sports Editor The NBA’s All-Star Weekend has long been one of the league’s most captivating traditions. It’s a great way for the association to bring together its best players and showcase their incredible talents with events like the Skills Challenge, the 3-Point Shootout, and the […]

NBA 2021 Season Update

Jimmy Casey ‘22 Sports Editor It’s been a month since the NBA began its 2020-2021 campaign and, as expected, there has been no shortage of drama and intrigue. Within the past 30 days, effects of the coronavirus have been felt, teams have faltered, and trades have been made. […]