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:
Rogan Mason ’21 had a stellar relief outing, pitching six innings in a wild 12-10 win over Newbridge Academy on Thursday that featured 14 runs in the first inning. Big hits came from Carlos Martinez ’22, Tommy Lewis ’19, and Max Duchesne ’19. The Bearcats recorded their seventh win of the season, besting last year’s total.
Girls Tennis (11-3)
The girls varsity tennis season came to a close with a heroic charge into the finals of the New England tournament, where they fell 3-5 to #2 seed Andover. The day before, the Bearcats pulled out a gritty 5-4 win over #4 seed Nobles, and then knocked off top-seeded Deerfield 5-3 on the Big Green’s home courts. Kudos to co-captain Savi Roberts ’19 for her clutch super-tiebreaker win over Nobles.
Boys Tennis (10-4)
The boys varsity tennis team also concluded their season with a tough 3-4 loss in the quarterfinals to Andover at Groton. Seeded #6, the Bearcats went down 0-3 early, but staged a dramatic comeback, winning the next three singles matches to tie the Big Blue. Hotchkiss battled bravely but was unable to pull out the final match. Kudos to co-captains Aidan Dove ’20 and Cole Maura ’19, who played epic singles matches that went to super-tiebreakers. In other news, the JV tennis juggernaut concluded their 9-0 undefeated season with a 4-3 win over Choate on Wednesday and a 6-1 win over Berkshire on Saturday. Kudos to head coach Josh Smith, co-captains Oliver Leeds ’19 and John Shin ’20, and the rest of the team on their season.
Ultimate Frisbee (16-4)
The varsity Ultimate Frisbee team ended their stellar season with a New England championship, sweeping their way through the tournament with wins over Andover (twice), Wooster, and Deerfield. Congrats to coaches David Thompson and Eric Stone, and co-captains Souleman Toure ’19, Brian Wong ’19, and Theresa Yu ’19 for their season.