Frosh White Team game 8/30

On August 31, 2014, in News, by Bill Woods

Brophy football’s Freshman White Team prevailed over the Desert Vista Thunder on Saturday, 35-0. A total team effort led the Broncos dominance on offense, defense, and special teams.

 

Brophy 49, Desert Mountain 15

On August 31, 2014, in Football, News, Varsity Football, by Bill Woods

Football starts regular season with win over Desert Mountain

Roundup | August 30, 2014

Brophy 49
Desert Mountain 15

For the first game of the regular season, the Brophy Broncos took on the Desert Mountain Wolves Aug. 29 looking to overcome a lopsided loss the previous week

.By J.P. Hajjar ’16
THE ROUNDUP

Brophy played against Nevada’s Bishop Gorman Aug. 22 in the Arizona Interscholastic Association’s annual Barry Sollenberger classic. Bishop Gorman, USA Today’s No. 1 team in the country, outmatched the Broncos with a 44-0 final score.

“We really wanted to come out and bounce back from the Bishop Gorman game,” said Isaiah Oliver ’15.

So that’s exactly what they did.

Ryan Velez ’16 started the game with a 72-yard kickoff touchdown return to take a quick seven point lead.

After two four and outs by Desert Mountain and one by Brophy, the Broncos received the ball again.

A gain of one yard on first down took them to the 29-yard line.

From there, Cade Knox ’16 threw Oliver a deep 71-yard pass for a touchdown to open the lead by 14.

After the first quarter the score stood 14-0 Brophy.

In the second quarter Knox connected with Oliver again for 46 yards and a touchdown.

Just before the end of the half, Desert Mountain put their first points on the board, making it 21-7 Brophy at the half.

Desert Mountain started the second half with the ball.

Sean Roberton ’15 quickly intercepted a pass from the Wolves and Brophy moved the ball down field for 80 yards.

Velez finished off the drive with a 10-yard touchdown run to widen the lead back to 21 points.

After another four and out from Desert Mountain, Brophy took possession to start the fourth quarter.

A 68-yard run by sophomore Noah Pittenger ’17 helped move the team downfield.

Knox threw an 11-yard touchdown pass to Streator Bates ’15 for his first touchdown of the year to make it 35-7 Brophy.

Desert Mountain got a first down on their next possession; however, could not get much farther against the Brophy defense.

Brophy took over on downs on their own 47 yard line.

An 18-yard run by Velez and a 29-yard touchdown run by Knox pushed the lead to 35 points.

Desert Mountain would score on their next possession and execute a two-point conversion.

As the Wolves kicked off, Pittenger and Velez stood waiting for the return.

Pittenger received the ball at about the 15 yard line and returned the kick for a touchdown, his first of the season.

The score stood at 49-15 Brophy as the clock wound down.

According to Maxpreps.com, the Broncos are ranked 12th in the state of Arizona; however, players said felt they still had something to prove.

“We knew that we can be a better team than Desert Mountain, so we tried to come out here and prove it and show the state of Arizona that we’re ready to go,” Oliver said.

Although the team played well on both sides of the ball, they also have to work on a few things for next week against the Hamilton Huskies.

“We are going to need to play a whole lot better,” said defensive coach Mr. Gary Galante. “We have to be a little more aggressive and we always play them (Hamilton) tough, because the guys rise up to it. Bottom line is it’s a whole different league … They are a talented team with a lot of skilled kids, so we just have to make sure we play a lot of good football and good defense.”

Mr. Galante said that they are only going to get better since this is just the beginning.

Brophy has a 1-1 record on the season and 1-0 in the state.

Their next game is Friday, Sept. 5 at Phoenix College against the Hamilton Huskies.

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30 August, 2014 05:47

On August 30, 2014, in Golf, News, by Bill Woods

After day one of the 2014 Brophy Invitational the Broncos are in 2nd place with a team total of 12 over par and sit 10 shots behind 1st place Hamilton and 14 shots ahead of 3rd place Pinnacle. The event continues tomorrow with Brophy team tee times beginning at 12:30.

Brophy Scores

Chip Getz 73

Michael Feagles 74

Ryan Metzler 76

Reed Porter 77

Tim Heslin 79

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40-27 Frosh Football Wins

On August 29, 2014, in News, by Bill Woods

The Freshmen defeated Desert Mtn 40-27. Ross Velez had a 90 yd kickoff return to seal the victory. QB’s Tommy Trudeau and Noah Gonzales each threw TD passes tonight.

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Brophy Golf

On August 29, 2014, in Golf, News, by Bill Woods

In the first match of the season, Brophy Golf shot a 201, losing to Pinnacle and defeating Copper Canyon and Sunrise Mountain.

The team plays in the Brophy Invitational at Grayhawk this Friday and Saturday. Go Broncos!

brophy scores:
michael feagles 39
reed porter 39
chip getz 41
tim heslin 41
ryan metzler 41

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The Roundup has a great preview of the game tonight!

On August 22, 2014, in News, by Bill Woods

Please follow this link for a great preview of the football game tonight!

Season Preview Football Starts Against Nation’s Best Team, Looks to Become More Consistent.

 

Watch Brophy Football on TV tonight!

On August 22, 2014, in News, by Bill Woods

This Friday and Saturday, Arizona high school football returns for 2014 when the Sollenberger Classic from Las Vegas will be televised on FOX Sports Arizona Plus. There will be two exciting match-ups on consecutive nights featuring four of the best programs in Arizona and Nevada.

Kicking it off on Friday at 7 p.m. will be Brophy Prep versus Nevada’s defending Division I champion and No. 1 nationally ranked Bishop Gorman High School. Snoop Lion’s (formerly Snoop Dogg) son, Cordell Broadus, plays for Bishop Gorman and is a four-star wide receiver recruit. Then on Saturday at 7 p.m., it’s Arizona’s defending Division I champion and No. 21 nationally ranked Mountain Pointe facing off with Nevada’s 2013 Division I runner-up Reed High School. Both games will be played at Fertitta Field on the campus of Bishop Gorman High School.

In addition to being seen locally on FOX Sports Arizona Plus, the games will receive national exposure. Both games will be televised on five other FOX Sports Networks around the country, heading into homes in Southern California, Detroit, the Texas and states surrounding it, the Southeast and nationwide on theFOX College Sports Pacific channel.

Calling the action for this weekend’s game will be Jim Grieshaber and Dale Hellestrae for Friday’s Brophy Prep/Bishop Gorman game and Craig Grialou and Hellestrae for Saturday’s Mountain Pointe/Reed clash.

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Freshman Tennis

On August 14, 2014, in News, by Bill Woods

Freshman tennis!

Tryouts Monday August 18 through Thursday August 21

ALL PLAYERS will attend tryouts Monday through Thursday (this is a change from the player meeting)

There will be two minibuses in front of the school, leaving at 3:00 pm.

Parents should pick their son up from PTC at 5:15 pm. Players will stay in the clubhouse if parents are late picking them up.

There will be a bus coming back to Brophy, leaving PTC at 5:15, arriving at Brophy around 5:30 pm.

PLEASE COME TO THE ATHLETIC NIGHT FOR THE PARENT MEETING!

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Football team to play in the 2014 Sollenberger Classic

On August 5, 2014, in News, by Bill Woods

Brophy Football will compete against Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas on Friday August 22, 2014. This is the third time that Brophy has played in the Sollenberger Classic. Brophy defeated Tucson Salpointe 33-17 in 2007 and defeated Bishop Gorman in 16-6 in 2008. Go Broncos!

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Freshman Tennis

On August 5, 2014, in News, by Bill Woods

Freshman Tennis will have their first meeting on Thursday August 14 at 3:00 pm in the Student Activities Center (SAC).

Practice will begin on Monday August 18 at the Phoenix Tennis Center (PTC).

There will be a bus to take all players to the PTC leaving from the front of the school at 3:00 pm.

Parents can either pick their son up at the PTC when practice ends at 5:15 pm or the players can take the bus back to Brophy. The bus will be back to Brophy around 5:30 pm.

 

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