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Athletics News, September 20

John O’Neill, Director of Athletics
September 20, 2019

Noble, Friedbauer Both Strike Twice in 5-1 Win

After taking a 1-0 lead into the half, the girls’ varsity soccer team exploded for four goals in the second frame on their way to a commanding 5-1 win over DCD in their season opener. In front of a supportive home crowd, Kiki Friedbauer kicked off the scoring at the 21:07 mark off a beautiful cross from Milly Noble. The duo really turned it on in the second half, however, and was directly involved in the team’s final four goals. Another standout for the Blue & Gold was newcomer Alice Shu. Shu demonstrated tremendous composure in her first game and connected on a handful of well-placed passes up the field. The varsity squad will travel to Park next Wednesday looking to avenge a lopsided loss last year.

Athletics News

  • The boys’ soccer team dropped a 2-1 heartbreaker at DCD this week. Isaac Frehywot tallied the lone goal for the visitors and goaltender Harry Reitshammer made some big saves.

  • Strong play from Xander Lightbody, Evan Seymour, and Theo Wallach wasn’t enough to lift the varsity football over Solomon Schechter this week. The Blue & Gold fell 40-26 in their opener.

  • The field hockey team was blanked at home by DCD this week. Newcomers Bella Lightbody and Eliza Kuechle had strong performances in their first-ever interscholastic game.

  • The cross country team ran away with a lopsided victory over DCD and LCA this week. Angel Chavannes (23:10), Olivia Zhou (28:51), and Anisah Jordan (28:53) all took at least 2 minutes off their PR.

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