Athletics Update: Girls’ Soccer Program Has Productive Week

John O’Neill, Director of Athletics
October 20, 2023

With back-to-back wins against Austin Prep (3-0) and Shady Hill (7-2), the girls’ varsity soccer team improved to 4-1-1 on the season and are hitting their stride just in time for their showdown with Meadowbrook a week from today. The team scored 10 goals in two games thanks to strong offensive play from Julia Casey, Claire Huang, and Cassie Greiner. Likewise, the defensive unit of Sammie Cumming, Julia Popa, and Grace Sullivan locked down the opposition, only allowing a pair of goals in the two games. The girls’ JV soccer team is also seeing positive results from their hard work, earning their first win of the season with a commanding victory over Newton Country Day. Nuria Kumar-Warikoo got the scoring started early in the first frame with a beautiful strike from the top of the box and Belmont Day never looked back. Other highlights included team captains Penny Gottesman and Abigail Chang connecting on a skilled volley off a beautiful corner kick, Reema Wulfsberg’s breakaway goal at the end of the first half, and Lucie Mora’s reliable play on the wing. Both teams will look to continue their winning ways next week.

  • The boys’ and girls’ cross country teams finished 2nd and 3rd at the Park Invitational, their best showing in program history. Sam Leviton cruised to a first place finish overall with a time of 12:53.
  • The boys’ JV soccer team improved to 3-0 with a commanding win over Charles River this week. Henry Mallet and Sam Springer played lockdown defense en route to the 7-1 win.
  • The varsity football team stayed perfect (5-0) with a 42-16 win over Shady Hill this week. Foster Larabee had three TDs while Andrew Green and Rami Flummerfelt each had a pick-six.
  • Varsity volleyball won in straight sets over Meadowbrook. Zach Cash had some great hits while Penelope Bern continued to “wow” with her beautiful overhand serves.
  • Copeland Maier settled into the CDM (center defensive middlefielder) role during the boys’ varsity soccer games against Austin Prep (T 1-1) and Shady Hill (L 5-1). Giddy Borisy was active on the defensive side of the ball.
  • Deniz Kas shined on both sides of the field during JV football’s 19-12 loss to Shady Hill. Sam Doyle led the team in receptions and Christian Atem played solid defense in defeat.
  • The field hockey team had a tough week with losses to BB&N (3-0) and Austin Prep (3-1). Zazoue Marsan showed well in both games and Griffin Targum was strong in net.

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