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January-the month of ‘Reading Between the Lines: Sports and Literature’

Jeanne Hanigan, Adviser

January 28, 2020

The 38th Annual Key West Literary Seminar did not disappoint. Of course, spending early January in 80 degrees while Tacoma experienced a cold front and 30-degree weather solidified the sunny stay as delightful, but the seminar’s t...

March Madness Begins

Anthony Sharkey

March 21, 2019

It’s that time of year again… get your brackets ready because it’s March Madness! In case you’re unfamiliar, March Madness is the playoff round of the college basketball season, featuring 68 teams from across the...

Swimmers score at state

Swimmers score at state

February 17, 2019

Wrestling equals work

Adrienne Pascual

December 8, 2017

Nov. 13 marked the start of a new wrestling season here at Bellarmine. Across the wrestling team handbook reads a short saying in bold, capitalized letters: “Hard work! No excuses!” It’s no lie that being a part of the...

New coach, old name in athletics

Ali Lo, Editor-in-Chief

December 8, 2017

Bellarmine is very excited to welcome the new girls’ basketball coach, Kimberly Butler West. Although this will be her first year as head coach at Bellarmine, she is not a stranger to the program. When she was attended Bellarmine...

Bowling strikes gold

Josh Hanigan

December 8, 2017

Business in the front, party in the back, coach Byron Chow and the bowling season is back in full stride. This hungry program was lucky to pick up a myriad of new bowlers on top of many returning bowlers. With new locations...

Girls and Boys basketball teams hit courts

Ali Lo, Editor-in-Chief

December 8, 2017

Both of Bellarmine’s basketball teams are excited for this winter season in the South Puget Sound League (SPSL). The girls are really looking forward to the upcoming season. The team will have nine returning varsity players,...

Football asks, ‘If…Why’ as their theme for the season

Adrienne Pascual

November 2, 2017

UPDATE: On Friday, Oct. 27, Bellarmine lost to Puyallup, allowing the Vikings to remain undefeated in the 4A South Puget Sound League. The Lions will play a consolation game at home on Friday, Nov. 3, at 7 p.m. against Ken...

Names family gives generously again

Elisabeth Connett

November 1, 2017

In September, students, alumni, fans, parents, Bellarmine teams and opposing teams gathered to enjoy games on the newly renovated Memorial Field. The renovation was made possible partly because of the generous gi...

Boys Soccer and the tale of Twitter

Adrienne Pascual

March 31, 2017

It’s safe to say that Bellarmine varsity men’s Soccer is “going the distance,” as mentioned in team favorite song, “The Distance” by Cake. The team has amassed positive results in their first few matches, ki...