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Athletics News, October 7, 2022

John O’Neill, Director of Athletics
October 7, 2022

Athletics Update: Varsity Football Rebounds Vs Fenn

After a frustrating one-point loss last week against Park, the varsity football team rebounded with a commanding 36-6 win over Fenn this Thursday, improving their record to 2-1 on the season. The Blue & Gold jumped out fast in this one and never looked back. Liam Brodeur highlighted the offensive attack, tossing a career-high four touchdown passes to four receivers—Ezra Wolfson, Ellis Anderson, Bodhi Demers, and Zach Kromah. On the other side of the ball, the defense didn’t allow Fenn to get going. Andrew Green and Quinn McCaffrey each had a pair of sacks, while Gianni Squillante and Kavi Kumar-Warikoo combined for seven pass deflections. Overall it was a dominant effort for the home team.

  • Annika Vital scored girls’ varsity soccer’s first goal of the season on a beautiful corner during the team’s 4-1 loss to Pike. Grace Sullivan and Claire Huang played well on the wing.
  • Jun Murakami scored multiple TDs in JV football’s heartbreaking 20-18 loss to Fessenden in their season opener. Calum Dunbar secured the QB1 status for the team in defeat.
  • Olivia Garrity and Aria Goodpaster popped in goals during field hockey’s 2-2 tie this week. Yara Ibrahim and Cordie Goldstyn made some huge stops in net to keep the game close.
  • The boys’ varsity soccer team lost to Pike (2-0) this week. Petros Samuel and Eidan Kulman-Tamanaha had strong performances for the Blue & Gold, especially challenging the ball on defense.
  • The JV soccer team dropped their season opener 3-2 to Cambridge Friends this week. Zeke Fine had a great goal while Natalie Jean and Emme Taylor provided strong leadership on the field.
  • Pike handed XC their first loss of the season in a tight race. Jovana Zivanovic recorded her third consecutive PR while Emmett Mack and Jonathan Laipson each PR’d by a ton.
  • The Outdoor Adventures crew took to the woods for some cairn building this week. Ben Dowers built the tallest structure for the second year in a row. Zazoue Marsan’s structure was also excellent.

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