Athletics News, May 3

John O'Neill, Director of Athletics
May 3rd, 2019

Sparks’s Late Surge Leads to Second Place Finish

Running in the friendly confines of Claflin Field, the Blue & Gold track & field team had some strong performances against Fenn and Nashoba Brooks this week. Highlights included Cole Sparks making up 50m in the final lap of the mile to capture a second place finish, Camille DeStefano breaking out for a team best in the 200m, and a dramatic win by the girls’ 4x200m relay team of Piper Morris, Dana Chang, Breah LeGrand, and Kiki Friedbauer.

Athletics Highlights

  • The doubles pairings of Audrey Wu and Claire LaFarge (5-3) and Amanie Yusef and Lauren Kopperl (4-3) helped lead JV tennis to a dominate 7-0 sweep of Nashoba Brooks this week.

  • The boys’ lacrosse team dropped a heart-breaker at Fenn this week, falling 6-5 in OT. Paul Lyons was strong in net for the visitors while classmate Cole Lemack-Bremen paced the offense.

  • Lucy Myers, Harry Reitshamer, and Jake Walsh all played well for the JV ultimate team this week during their season opener on the road against Carroll. The Blue & Gold fell 13-5.

  • Sonia Kim shined on defense during girls’ lacrosse’s tough loss to Nashoba Brooks this week. Elena Dainora Cohen was the lone goal scorer for the Blue & Gold.

  • Despite a rained out match, varsity tennis players Eden Lewis and Julian Tinmouth had a great week of practice and showed marked improvement in the strength and accuracy of their shots.

  • Following up their first-place finish at the middle school invitational, the varsity ultimate team cruised to a win over Fayerweather this week. Captains Nico Rimer and Mina Cho paced the victors.

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