The Haverford School senior catcher and captain is leading the team in batting average (.426 after 17 games), hits (23), and RBI's (24) as of April 24. The Cornell University-bound senior has been red-hot the past week, hitting two home runs with six RBI's against Germantown Academy April 20 and three hits including a home run against Father Judge April 22. He played a key role in the Fords capturing the PAISAA state tournament title last spring. A versatile player, he has been the Fords' designated hitter as a freshman, right fielder as a sophomore and first baseman as a junior. Last winter, he was assistant captain of Haverford School's Independence League Championship ice hockey team and received All-Delco hockey honors. Read the PAPrepLive.com article>
The Haverford School's robotics team, The Cavalry, qualified five teams for the 2017 VEX Robotics World Championship April 19-22 in Louisville, Kentucky. More>
In Fords in Four, we ask an alumnus four questions; he shares insights and stories. In this blog post, university professor and sports writer Michael Bradley '79 recounts how his career in journalism started in The Index and shares how he remains passionate about his work.
Geometry teacher Sam Walters recently finished a textbook (co-written with former faculty member Zack Murtha), based upon a research project he completed with the University of Delaware to examine how students best learn the art of building proofs. Here, we interview Walters about the experience and what he's learned.
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