Alumni

Charlie Stoebe ’04 Invents Board Game

Published on August 1st, 2020

Charlie Stoebe captained Staples’ 2003 soccer team. He was also a track star. He graduated from Dartmouth College, and now works with NBC Sports. Charlie is multi-talented. In his spare COVID-related time, he created a new [&hellip... Read More


General news

CIAC: There Will Be A Fall Season!

Published on July 31st, 2020

As states across the nation announced plans for fall sports — with some completely canceled, others pushed back to spring — Connecticut athletes and coaches waited anxiously for news. The state’s falling COVID case numbers — [&hellip... Read More


Alumni

Staples Soccer Mourns Victor King ’73

Published on July 31st, 2020

Victor King — a defender on Staples’ 1972 state and FCIAC champion team, a nationally known bridge player, and son of longtime Staples science teacher and department chair Dick King — was murdered on Sunday in [&hellip... Read More


General news

Loeffler Field Maintenance Begins

Published on June 17th, 2020

The first significant maintenance project in Loeffler Field’s 62-year history began today. Pitchcare — a well-respected turf management company — has been contracted to do the work. It involves soil analysis, shockwave, overseeding, rotoknife thatch control [&hellip... Read More


Current players

New Video: Wreckers Work Out

Published on May 18th, 2020

A few weeks ago, Sam Willis produced a great video showing Staples soccer players juggling. Now he’s done it again. The freshman created a clever reel with virtually everyone in the program, including graduating seniors. They’re [&hellip... Read More


Alumni

Staples Soccer Mourns Doug Dryburgh ’87

Published on May 5th, 2020

Doug Dryburgh ’87 died on Saturday. He was 52, and had battled a rare form of spinal cancer for 3 years. Though partially paralyzed and in great pain, he never lost his spirit or his smile. [&hellip... Read More


General news

Wreckers Feed Cops

Published on April 26th, 2020

When the Staples boys soccer team heard about a way of helping front line personnel during the COVID-19 pandemic, they were happy to help. Girls soccer had bought dinner for medical staff at Norwalk Hospital, from [&hellip... Read More


Alumni

Staples Soccer Mourns Billy Murphy ’85

Published on April 25th, 2020

Billy Murphy — a goalkeeper on Staples High School’s 1984 team — died this week in Boston, from complications of bowel surgery. After playing for coach Jeff Lea, Bill headed to Keene State College. He had [&hellip... Read More