Athletics News, March 15

John O’Neill, Director of Athletics
March 15, 2019

Gregor and Lemack-Bremen Headline Boys’ Lacrosse

Eighth grade classmates Jacob Gregor and Cole Lemack-Bremen are preparing for their third and final season on the boys’ lacrosse team. As the only three-year players on the roster, the duo will be relied upon both on and off the field this spring. In past years, Lemack-Bremen has found success as a crease attack while Gregor has shined as an offensive middy. Fellow classmates Henry Burnham and Paul Lyons are the only other eighth graders on the roster and will look to bring their expertise from other sports (soccer for Burnham and fencing for Lyons) to the lacrosse field this spring. Collectively, this group of eighth graders strikes a balance of experience, skill, leadership, and enthusiasm and will surely set a great example for their younger teammates.

Athletics News

  • Emi Biotti, Susanna Kelman, Margot Klug, and Kenna Schneider will bring a wealth of experience and enthusiasm to this year’s girls’ lacrosse team.
  • Lena Cantor and Kaeleen Chen are the lone eighth graders on an extremely talented track & field team. This will be the duo’s third year together on the team.
  • Owen Khanna, Lauren Kopperl, and Davin Roy are the only seventh graders going out for tennis this spring. The trio is competing with 21 other athletes to earn a spot on the varsity team.
  • Out of the 9 returning eighth graders on the ultimate team, Dylan Skenderian and Max Simon are the only three-year players and will help lead the squad this spring.


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