Athletics Week in Review: April 22-28

In this article, you will find a collection of game summaries from our various athletic programs, as posted by the coaches, captains, and managers of those teams. Thanks again to all our coaches, athletes, and managers for their hard work on and off the field:

Baseball (4-4)
The baseball team continued its hot streak with a pair of wins last week, 2-1 over K-O on Wednesday and 8-3 over Berkshire on Thursday. Carlos Martinez ’22 came up huge on Wednesday with a complete game and Dillon Cleary ’20 and Cameron Borges ’19 picked up the win on Thursday. Big hits came from Tommy Lewis ’19, Max Quinn ’19, Borges, and Martinez.

Boys Golf (7-3)
The boys golf team split their double-header match on Wednesday, shooting a 415 that beat Berkshire but was not quite good enough to get past Deerfield. On Saturday, the team ran into difficult weather conditions and finished sixth at the Andover Invitational tournament.

Girls Lacrosse (5-3)
The dream of an undefeated season for girls thirds lacrosse came to an end on Saturday with a 3-9 loss at Westminster. But head coach Letty Roberts was effusive once again in praise for her team, noting that rookie goalie Connie Cao ’21 had 21 saves, and Eliza Ross ’22 and Maddie Chung ’22 scored their first career goals.

Boys Tennis (7-1)
The juggernaut that is boys varsity tennis kept on rolling with three more shutouts, bringing their streak to six matches in a row. Wins over T-P on Tuesday, Westy on Wednesday, and Berkshire on Saturday have the team humming. Saturday’s match was abbreviated due to weather conditions. Not to be outshone, the boys JV team ran their record to a perfect 4-0 with a 5-2 win over Rumsey on Wednesday and a 7-0 sweep of Kent on Saturday. Kudos to captain John Shin ’20 for battling back from a 2-5 hole on Wednesday to take the match 8-6.

Ultimate Frisbee (10-1)
The varsity Ultimate Frisbee team keeps on winning as well, putting four more on the board this week. Wednesday saw the team pull out a gritty 11-9 win over emerging power Wooster. Isaac Alicea ’20 and Souleman Toure ’19 led the way with three points each. Over the weekend, the team picked up wins over Avon, Bethlehem Central HS, and Amherst RMS.


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