Athletics News, October 14, 2022

John O’Neill, Director of Athletics
October 14, 2022

Athletics Update: JV Soccer Shuts Out Carroll

After a winless 2021 campaign and a tight one-goal loss in their season opener, the JV soccer team finally broke through this week with a commanding 2-0 win on the road against Carroll. The outcome was never in question with the Blue & Gold controlling both ends of the field all afternoon. Sixth grader Adam Ahmed secured the shutout between the pipes, receiving stellar defensive play from eighth grade defender Natalie Jean. Classmates Mylo Rosenfeld and Copeland Maier tallied goals for an offense that created multiple chances in each half. Other highlights included Genevieve von Rekowsky’s strong clears, Duncan Beirne’s well-rounded play, Sahana Miduturu’s runs to goal, and Penny Gottesman’s accurate passing. Collectively, it was a great team effort from the Blue & Gold. Players and coaches have been working hard to come together as a team and the hard work is clearly paying off.

  • The cross country team improved to 3-1 on the season with a win over Carroll this week. Sam Leviton, Kaden Flummerfelt, and Quinn Clark finished 1-2-3. Simon Wright and Clive Sutton ran well.
  • The boys’ varsity soccer team toppled Carroll 5-1. The tandem of seventh grade classmates Luke Brenneman on defense and Louis Cantor in net shut down the opposition all day.
  • Varsity football rolled over Carroll 46-26. Liam Brodeur threw a program record 7 touchdown passes. Anurag Mujumdar and Kesariya Nallari-Jhala each scored for the home team.
  • The girls’ varsity soccer team lost a heartbreaker (2-1) to Carroll. Lila Green scored on a beautiful cross from McKenna Daley, but Carroll popped one in the final minute to steal the W.
  • JV football lost to Carroll 36-18 this week. Highlights included Zach Cash’s multiple pass deflections on D, Yaseen Saeed’s strong running, and Wyatt Baker’s impressive pass catching.
  • Christian Atem and Jordan Levine teamed up to find all objects during Outdoor Adventure’s orienteering race this week. Lucy Walther’s map-reading skills made her a valuable asset on the trails.
  • Despite a rained out game, Kali Owens-Schwartz, Isla Smith, and Melisa Adhikari all put in a great week of practice for the field hockey team and really improved their stickwork.

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