SPORTS: My Super Bowl Experience

super bowlBy Ben Buczek – Entertainment Editor

The Super Bowl is known as the most important event in sports and entertainment.

Once a year, we see two of the best football teams brawl it out to see who the champion of the NFL is. Of course, those two teams earn their spot in the Super Bowl by winning through the playoffs. In a night filled with $4 million commercials and halftime shows featuring the world’s most prominent musicians, it’s no wonder why it’s the most watched event on television.

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SPORTS: Girls Swimming Wraps Up Successful Season

girls swimmingBy Morgan Hennessey – Staff Reporter

Swimming and diving season has come to a successful end for the Law girls after a long season of striving toward their personal and team goals.

Five teammates qualified for states this year: Elizabeth Gregorio, Angelica Jamie Loma, and Phoebe Herbert in their individual events and a relay team including sophomores Kelly Scianna, Haley McNulty.

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SPORTS: Girls Basketball Upsets Amity For First Win

IMG_5833By Kyle Kandetzki (@kkandetzki) – Editor-in-Chief

A game between an 0-8 team and a  7-1 team might seem like a mismatch in most situations, but the Law girls basketball team proved that the record didn’t tell the full story.

Law defeated Amity at home on Tuesday 51-47 to earn their first win of the year. Law not only gave Amity their second loss of the year, but took revenge for a loss earlier this season. Continue reading

SPORTS: Law Girls Soccer Ties Foran On Senior Night

By Tarah Kelly – Columns Editor

The Jonathan Law girls soccer team played a fierce game against Foran on their Senior Night.

Down 2-1 with only two minutes left, senior Janessa Soucy tied the game, and in the process, took away Foran’s hope for the state tournament.

Foran scored the first goal of the game just before halftime, but Law battled back soon after.

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Blink 2012 – Law’s Annual Literary Magazine

Publication Date: June 1, 2012

Click the link below to read or download a copy of Blink, Law’s annual literary magazine. This year, over 40 students submitted their original poems, short stories, artwork, and photographs to the magazine.

Blink 2012 – 32 Pages

*For a quick download, right click on the link above and hit “Save Target As.”

SPORTS: Indians’ Season Ends With Quarterfinal Loss

By Kevin Langan - Sports Editor

The opening round of the state playoffs posed a serious challenge for the Milford Indians.

The team, made up of students from Law, Foran, and Platt Tech, took on the Newtown Nighthawks on Tuesday, March 6, at the Milford Ice Pavilion.

The Indians jumped out to a quick two-goal lead as Milford goalie Matt White was stopping every puck that came his way.

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SPORTS: Law Powder Puff Wins Fourth Straight

By Kevin Langan - Sports Editor

On Thanksgiving Eve, the Lady Lawmen Powder Puff team made the grueling trek across town to take on the Lions of Foran High.

The game was played with high expectations for the Lady Lawmen as they looked to win their fourth straight game. In the end, that’s exactly what they did – prevailing with a convincing 31-8 victory.

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Welcome to The Advocate Online!

Hello and welcome to The Advocate Online, the new official website of The Advocate, Jonathan Law’s student newspaper. This site will feature all of the articles and photos from each monthly issue of The Advocate and – new for this year! – the site will also be updated every week as news happens around the Jonathan Law community.

The editors of The Advocate will be updating this site each week with audio interviews, videos, photos, and articles. When each monthly issue of The Advocate is printed, the complete issue, in PDF format, will be posted.

We hope you enjoy the new Advocate Online.

Chris Kulenych and The Advocate staff