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Cat Talk

The student news site of Millbrook High School

Cat Talk

The student news site of Millbrook High School

Cat Talk

Robbie Cicciari

Robbie Cicciari, Editor-in-Chief

Hi, I'm Robbie Cicciari, and I am a third year member of the newspaper staff! I'm 17 years old and a senior here at Millbrook. I write sports articles for the paper. I have a puppy, and she is a Jackabee (Jack Russell Terrier-Beagle Mix) and my favorite sports teams are the New York Rangers, Yankees, and Giants. I play travel hockey for the USPHL Carolina Eagles Juniors team and Varsity Millbrook Lacrosse.

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Looking onto the ice, captain Justin Williams was a crucial part of the teams success this season. The Canes face off against the Washington Capitals tonight in their first playoff game in over 10 years.

Canes are back

April 11, 2019
Shining high in the sky of Paris, France, the Eiffel Tower was finished being built 130 years ago today. It remains the tallest building in Paris and second tallest in all of France.

This Day in History

March 31, 2019
Cats on the Prowl

Cats on the Prowl

March 20, 2019
Cats on the Prowl

Cats on the Prowl

December 19, 2018
Cats on the Prowl

Cats on the Prowl

October 29, 2018
Coming down with a rebound, Wilt Chamberlain plays in a game for the Philadelphia 76ers. Chamberlain is the leader in rebounds per game over a career and rebounds in a single game.

This Day in Sports

March 28, 2018
Leaping into the air and catching the game winning pass, Dwight Clark of the 49ers helped send the team to their first Super Bowl win. This catch was the start of a dynasty for the 49ers as they went on to find enormous success in the following years.

This Day in Sports

January 10, 2018
Swinging in the 2016 home run derby, Giancarlo Stanton hits a monster home run. Giancarlo Stanton was traded to the New York Yankees on Saturday and will join the likes of Aaron Judge and Gary Sanchez.

Yankees acquire Stanton

December 10, 2017
March Madness is a staple of American sports every spring and has risen to the forefront of American’s attention again. This year, the Final Four included the University of North Carolina, the University of Oregon, the University of South Carolina and lastly the Gonzaga University.

This Day in Sports

April 3, 2017
Carolina blue has been a statement in collegiate sports for over 200 years. UNC is considered a top athletic program, and other teams always have to be aware and ready when they are going to play Carolina.

Circle that Game

March 22, 2017
Discussing a point during a doubles match, Venus(left) and Serena(right) are playing in their first round match of the US Open. This family tandem has won more than any other in the history of womens tennis.

Family Dynasty

March 22, 2017
In 1994, prior to the infamous incident, Tonya Harding, pictured above, is practicing her routine for the upcoming U.S. Championships. Little did anyone know,  her name and reputation would be scarred forever because of the actions that took place on this day.

This Day in Sports

March 22, 2017
With the Hurricanes future in the balance, key players like Noah Hanifin, above, will look to play strong and make a playoff push. The team is looking to get back on track after the All Star game as they went into the break losing their last  five games in a row.

Karmanos Jr. wants out

February 5, 2017
  In its third year of existence the college football playoffs have had the top four teams in the country compete for the National championship. When Alabama faced Clemson in the Championship game this year Clemson came out on top in a thrilling game that was the best game of the playoffs history so far!

Tigers claw to the top

February 1, 2017

This Day in Sports

January 26, 2017
The packed Bryant Denny stadium as shown above will be filled to max capacity again for this years Iron Bowl. The Alabama fans as shown in the picture above hope to keep their perfect season going and reach 12-0 to end the regular season.

Today In Sports History

November 26, 2016
The torn tendon sheath in Curt Schillings right ankle bleeds through his sock during game 6. Schillings pitched through this and had one of the most memorable games in postseason history.

This Day In Sports

October 19, 2016
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