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David Prilutsky '21 Competes for Team USA

Ranked 25th in the country, David Prilutsky ’21 has been the starting foilist and a member of Lawrenceville’s Varsity Fencing team since his II Form year. He has maintained an undefeated record throughout his two seasons of high school fencing and contributed to Big Red foil team’s second place win in this year’s Cetrulo Fencing Tournament.

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The Pro Bowl: In Need of Drastic Change

Unlike the recently revamped National Basketball Association and National Hockey League All-Star Games and the Major League Baseball All-Star game, which features the always-popular Home Run Derby, the National Football League’s (NFL) showcase of its best players, the Pro Bowl, has passed by unnoticed yet again.

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Bednar ’22 Earns Gatorade Honors

Since 1985, Gatorade has honored the top high school athletes in football, cross country, basketball, baseball, and track and field with State Player of the Year awards, which are given to outstanding athletes who excel in the classroom and demonstrate outstanding character.

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MLB Cheating Scandal

Two weeks ago, Major League Baseball (MLB) dealt the Houston Astros a historic punishment, following a league-conducted investigation into the team’s alleged use of technology to cheat by “stealing signs” in 2017, its championship season.

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More Questions Answered or Created?

The lead up to the National Basketball Association (NBA) Trade Deadline, which passed on Thursday, February 7th, featured a handful of blockbuster trades with teams either going all-in to win this season or selling on their championship hopes.

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Breaking Two Hours

On Saturday, October 12, Kenyan long-distance runner Eliud Kipchoge made history by running the world’s first marathon in under two hours, with an unofficial time of 1:59:40.2 recorded at the Inspec Ethylene Oxide Specialities (INEOS) 1:59 Challenge in Vienna, Austria.

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