Walking through the hallways at Boys’ Latin, it is hard to miss the debates about fantasy football each week. According to nfl.com, fantasy football first started in the United States in 1962 when the Oakland Raiders part owner Wilfred “Bill the Gill” Winkenbach developed a system of organization and a rulebook for an eight man fantasy football league. Since then, fantasy football spread across the country. Fantasy football drafts have changed the way people watch the sport, and it has sparked weekly conversations among fans.
Over the past few years at BL, there has been talk regarding student sections and how many people attend sporting events. Upperclassmen and faculty have led the conversations regarding the student sections. […]
Last month Nike teamed up with Colin Kaepernick to make a 30th anniversary commercial that would air on the NFL’s opening night, September 6. Kaepernick made national headlines in 2016 when he started protesting police brutality against the black community by kneeling during the National Anthem. His actions sparked a national debate about the proper way to respect the flag, a discussion that has been reignited by Nike’s latest commercial, which was presented to be inspirational to young people, motivating them be the best person they can be.
The Boys’ Latin varsity lacrosse team started their conference play on April 3rd against Mount Saint Joseph (W 16-6). April consists of strictly conference play while March was made up of […]
The Masters Golf Tournament was held the first weekend in April at Augusta National, and the competition did not disappoint. For many, the Masters marks the unofficial start of the golfing season, […]