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Wrestling Senior Night 2020

Wrestling Senior Night 2020

February 14, 2020

Written by Aurora Smith |Photos by Aurora Smith | February 12th, 2020 was a day to support the Morgan Wrestling team's seniors. Not only did they support the seniors, but all donations made were going towards the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. The wrestling team raised more than $750 d...

Louis Bradley’s 100th win

Louis Bradley's 100th win

February 4, 2020

Written by Aurora Smith | Junior Louis Bradley got his 100th win on Saturday, January 25th, in Branford. Louis grew up wrestling, competing for 8 and a 1/2 years. His older brothers Nicolas and Joe wrestled as well. Louis's reaction to his 100th win was "God damn we made it". On Saturday, Ja...

Morgan Girls take on Cromwell Panthers

Morgan Girls take on Cromwell Panthers

January 16, 2020

Written and Photographed by Tatiana Serrano| The Morgan girls basketball team won a game against Old Lyme with a score of 34-32 and a game against our well-known rivals, HK, 44-40. On Friday, January 10th, our Huskies gave us a show against the Cromwell Panthers. Before the game, Head Coa...

Morgan Wrestlers Full Send

Morgan Wrestlers Full Send

January 8, 2020

Written and Photographed by Tatiana Serrano| On January 4th, 2020, our very own Morgan Wrestlers had their Duals conference. There were six schools that participated that Saturday. The tournament was unique particularly because it included two brackets. Each individual played in their assigned ...

Morgan’s First Winter Sports Pep Rally

Morgan Husky

December 19, 2019

Written by Mason Carey |Photos by Olivia Riccio and Maggie Guba| Aj Supik and the Wrestling TeamGirls BasketballGirls BasketballIndoor TrackPing PongSenior Relay Race TeamFreshman Relay RaceSenior Relay RaceCheerleadingJon Fiorillo and the Basketball TeamSenior Relay Race TeamWinter Sports Pep Rally 2019Assistant Principal Lu...

Morgan’s Blue Blood: Support Your Morgan Huskies

Morgan's Blue Blood: Support Your Morgan Huskies

October 11, 2019

Written, Produced, and Directed By Caitlin Rohrbacher | Welcome back to Morgan's Blue Blood segment. In this episode, athletes promoted their teams. Here at Morgan, students can participate in a variety of sports teams. Many players and captains shared that the teams work very hard and are improv...

Morgan Basketball 2018

Morgan Basketball 2018

January 14, 2019

Written by Liam Whelan|  The Morgan Huskies came into the basketball season with a lot of hype around the team. Many students were interested to see how the team would do after former coach Ken Beaman did not return after a disappointing last season. The captains for the Huskies are Seniors- Ch...

ONE WORD: MORGAN SPORTS

ONE WORD: MORGAN SPORTS

February 5, 2018

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Forgetting Fencers?

Forgetting Fencers?

February 7, 2017

Written by Dan Radka, Logan Cummings, and Isabella Recine | Photos by Isabella Recine | Since the fencing team was formed, the Fencers have always been seen as the last resort. In years past, the fencing team used the old Morgan school cafeteria for practices and matches. Just last year, fencers were...

Get Your Head in The Game: Winter Edition

Get Your Head in The Game: Winter Edition

January 13, 2017

Written by Isaac Eriksen and Erin LeViness| Video by Isaac Eriksen and Erin LeViness| This winter's sports teams are made up of six teams: girls and boys basketball, wrestling, fencing, indoor track, and gymnastics. Each team plans to succeed this year with the help of the captains and key players. The...

Is Sharing Really Caring?

Is Sharing Really Caring?

December 21, 2016

Written by MacKenzie Miller and Natalie Buchetto| Is there an upside to downsizing? If you were a Husky before the big move to Morgan 3.0, you know that the old school had numerous places for winter sports to practice. For the six teams with a winter season, there were three to four spaces for eac...

Not Just Your Average Joe

Joseph Grippo

May 16, 2016

Written By Riley Thompson | Photo Courtesy of Hartford Courant | The man, the myth, the legend, Joe Grippo. He has been around Morgan longer than you can imagine- not only as a volleyball and basketball coach, but also as a mathematics teacher. Grippo retired from teaching 4 years ago but decided to...

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