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Giddy Up, Deerfield!

While most students took to the practice fields, theater, fitness center, or community service vans for their co-curricular activities, others chose to commit themselves to afternoons of calm, focused interaction with 1000 lb. animals cantering, trotting, and jumping.

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The Ponderings of a PG

The Scroll sat down with runner and hockey player Alanna McDonough ’12 to find out more about the PG behind the player.

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Wayne Berger Has Entered the Building

Mr. Berger began his coaching career at Groton School, founded the now enormously prestigious Boston Rowing Club for high school rowers and finally made the leap to coach at the collegiate level with Harvard University.

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Dean Cycon Spills the Beans

Dean Cycon, founder and owner of Dean’s Beans Coffee Roasters, spoke to a group of around thirty students about his company in order to educate those in attendance on “how to use business for social good and to live one’s values through one’s work.” Mr. Cycon spoke courtesy of Amnesty International.

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Choate Day 2010

As the excitement builds, fans may wonder what our chances might be against Choate’s teams.

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Solberg Goes the Distance

Running 26.2 miles is more than most students run in a week, or even a month. But on October 10, Muriel Solberg ’12 will do just that: run the Chicago Marathon.

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New and Improved Softball Steps Up Game

This season, with cuts being made and a higher level of intensity added to each practice, the softball team has transformed itself into one dedicated to improving their overall skills and abilities.

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Skiers Successful at New Englands

Boys’ and Girls’ Varsity Skiing enjoyed success at New Englands on February 10, with the boys placing third and the girls placing fourth overall.

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Lee: Under-Aged, Over-Talented

Oliver Lee ’10, who last year helped lead the boys’ varsity swim team to a New England Championship by winning both the 50 and 100-yard freestyle, qualified for the events at the U.S. Open last August.

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