Posted on 03 June 2012.
Compiled by Edwin Sam ‘13, Sports Section Editor. Continuing the success of the fall and winter seasons, Country Day athletics once again evinced its dominance in the spring season. Across the board, the Indians showed class, athleticism, and discipline as they rolled through their opponents
Posted in Featured Stories, Sports
Posted on 30 May 2012.
Every year, the Scroll runs a series of college essays written by the graduating seniors. This year’s seniors are a very talented class who are leaving CCDS to go to colleges all over the country. This is the college entrance essay of Brad Hammoor, who will be gracing the halls of Stanford University this coming fall.
Posted in Featured Stories, News
Posted on 10 March 2010.
By Caroline Gentile, ‘13, Contributor. Walking into the North Gym, one gets an immediate sense of the upcoming baseball season: the crack of bats, the thump of baseballs slamming into mitts, and even the occasional clang as a ball careens off the bleachers. Taking refuge from the cold, the team has begun their preseason training.
Posted in Sports
Posted on 26 February 2010.
By Claire Heinichen, ‘11, Lighter Fare Editor. You’ve seen The Scroll’s past double-takes with teachers: Mr. Tumolo as Santa, Mr. Brownstein as Elliot Gould, Dr. Martin as King Leonidas. But what about the students of CCDS? Who are their famous doppelgangers?
Posted in Lighter Fare
Posted on 01 November 2009.
By Jules Cantor, ’11, Sports Editor. Led by senior captains J. R. Strubbe, Fabrizio Aguirre, Jessup Smith, and Isaac Guttman, the Indians finished 10-7 and 4-3 in Miami Valley Conference play.
Posted in Sports