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The School Newspaper of John Carroll School

The Patriot

The School Newspaper of John Carroll School

The Patriot

Grant Sharretts, Online Chief 2016-2017

Grant Sharretts, Online Chief 2016-2017, Online Chief

Senior Grant Sharretts is the Online Chief for The Patriot and This is his third year in journalism and second year on staff. When he isn’t debating sports topics, Sharretts is a part of the National Quill and Scroll Honor Society and the Patriot Hospitality Group. If he isn’t busy tweaking the website, Sharretts can be found making great playlists on Spotify, scrolling through ESPN 20 times a day, or participating in binge-watching shows competitively. Grant Sharretts can be reached for comments at [email protected].

All content by Grant Sharretts
Senior midfielder Abby Hormes advances up the field on attack. Hormes also competes on the soccer, indoor soccer, and indoor track teams.

[Photo] Senior excels in four sports

Daniel Robinson, General Staff Member
March 23, 2017
Senior Abby Hormes dribbles the ball in a game against Friends School on Friday, Jan. 20. The womens indoor soccer team finished the regular season with a final record of 7-2-2, and won the IAAM A Conference Championship on Friday, Feb. 4.

Indoor soccer claims title

Grant Sharretts, Online Chief
February 10, 2017
Seniors on the varsity field hockey team pose after winning the IAAM B Conference Championship 1-0 against Maryvale on Nov.6.

Sticking to tradition

Grant Sharretts, Online Chief
November 17, 2016

[Photo] Double standards

Grace Mottley, Assignment Chief
November 17, 2016
Junior Paul Poholsky spins towards the goal to get an open shot. The mens lacrosse team finished their season with a 19-6 record, capturing the championship.

Men’s lacrosse

Grant Sharretts, Sports Editor
June 3, 2016
Sophomore Chika Chuku jumps over a hurdle during a race. The womens track team finished with a record of 9-3 and came fourth in the championship.

Women’s track and field

Grant Sharretts, Sports Editor
May 25, 2016
Heading the pack, senior long distance runner Evan Moore races against multiple high schools in the MIAA. The mens track team finished their season bringing home a championship for the first time in four years.

[Photo] Men’s track and field

Pia Scotto, Community Editor
May 24, 2016
Senior varsity women’s lacrosse defenseman Anya McSorley passes the ball down the field on a fast break. McSorley committed to play lacrosse at Coastal Carolina University on Oct. of 2014 in her junior year.

Getting to another level

Grant Sharretts, Sports Editor
May 3, 2016
Senior Matt Becker sprints to the line in the 800 meter race. Becker’s interest in track and field started when he was a freshman in high school, and has continued running throughout his four years.

Senior sprints to new levels

Grant Sharretts, Sports Editor
April 21, 2016
Sophomore midfielder Jake Kreiger carries the ball down the field during practice on March 8. Kreiger was one of four freshmen to make the varsity team last year.

[Photo] Men’s lacrosse

Elizabeth Harmison, Media Editor
March 21, 2016
Ashlee Kothenbeutel attempts to take the ball away from a Maryvale player. The championship game was played at Stevenson University and resulted in a 1-0 victory and a second consecutive championship for the team.

Field Hockey

Grant Sharretts, Sports Editor
December 4, 2015
The current rule for cells phones in school requires students to have their phones off and away in all parts of the school, including the cafeteria. Currently there has been speculation on changing this rule, and a decision will come in the near future.

Students call for change

Grant Sharretts, Sports Editor
October 19, 2015
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