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Athletics Update: Mujumdar Leads Second-half Comeback

After trailing by 3 points at the half, the boys’ JV basketball team exploded in the second frame and came away with a 6-point win on the road against Dedham Country Day yesterday. Team captain Anurag Mujumdar powered the comeback with ten points after the break and stout defense in

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Athletics Update: PEAK Athletes Shine Off Campus

Launched last year as an alternative athletic offering during the winter season, PEAK (Physical, Education, Adventures, and Knowledge) was reimagined this year. Under the leadership of Abbey Nyland, physical education teacher and athletics coach, PEAK athletes have participated in fun cooperative games on campus and exciting adventures off campus. The

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Athletics Update: Boys’ Varsity Hoops Runs Down Shady Hill

The boys’ varsity basketball team traveled to Cambridge this week for an early season showdown against friendly rival Shady Hill. From the opening tip, it was clear that Belmont Day came to play. The Blue & Gold jumped out to a quick 10-0 lead thanks to a tenacious full-court press

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Athletics News, December 2, 2022

Athletics Update: Record Numbers for Basketball Program A program record 56 middle school athletes will be playing basketball this winter. In addition to a pair of varsity and junior varsity teams, the program also launched intramural basketball (IMBB). This pilot program provides an opportunity for middle school athletes to develop

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Three Very Fast Alums Race to the Finish Line

Three of Coach Annie Armstrong’s cross country team’s past standouts are continuing to blaze ahead of the pack for their high school teams. At the recent NEPSTA Div. III Cross Country Championships at The Canterbury School, Henry Buckley-Jones ’21, took third place for Rivers School, and coming in right after

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Congratulations to the 2022 Coaches’ Award Recipients

2022 Sports Achievers – Eliza Kuechle and Bernie Mattox The Coaches’ Award recognizes the two eighth grade student-athletes who best embody the Belmont Day School values through athletics. Recipients of this award value HONESTY on the playing fields by following the rules of the game. They demonstrate CARING by participating unselfishly

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Athletics News, June 3, 2022

Athletics Update: Successful Season for Mountain Biking Mountain biking was introduced to Belmont Day as a middle school club almost a decade ago. With the pause on interscholastic athletics last year, mountain biking worked its way into the athletics program as a COVID-friendly, non-competitive offering. This week, mountain biking wrapped up

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Learning Updates for May 16 to May 20

Sixth Grade and Kindergarten Continue ‘Big Flower’ Tradition Last Friday, kindergartners met with their sixth grade partners during a scheduled cross-graded time to engage in a Belmont Day tradition that goes back several decades. When kindergarten and sixth grade were the youngest and oldest grades respectively at BDS, the two

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Learning Updates for May 9 to May 13

PE Update: Fourth Graders Experience the Glory of the Games! Fourth grade students competed this week in the (epic and glorious) second annual Greek Olympics as a way to prepare their bodies and minds for their upcoming Greek Festival. Students were assigned to city-states and spent time during recent physical

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By John O'Neill, Director of Athletics |

January 27, 2023

After trailing by 3 points at the half, the boys’ JV basketball team exploded in the second frame and came away with a 6-point win on the road against Dedham Country Day yesterday. Team captain Anurag Mujumdar powered the comeback…

By John O'Neill, director of athletics |

January 20, 2023

Launched last year as an alternative athletic offering during the winter season, PEAK (Physical, Education, Adventures, and Knowledge) was reimagined this year. Under the leadership of Abbey Nyland, physical education teacher and athletics coach, PEAK athletes have participated in fun…

By John O'Neill, director of athletics |

January 13, 2023

The boys’ varsity basketball team traveled to Cambridge this week for an early season showdown against friendly rival Shady Hill. From the opening tip, it was clear that Belmont Day came to play. The Blue & Gold jumped out to…

By John O'Neill, Director of Athletics |

December 2, 2022

Athletics Update: Record Numbers for Basketball Program A program record 56 middle school athletes will be playing basketball this winter. In addition to a pair of varsity and junior varsity teams, the program also launched intramural basketball (IMBB). This pilot…

By Belmont Day School |

November 18, 2022

Three of Coach Annie Armstrong’s cross country team’s past standouts are continuing to blaze ahead of the pack for their high school teams. At the recent NEPSTA Div. III Cross Country Championships at The Canterbury School, Henry Buckley-Jones ’21, took…

By John O'Neill, director of athletics |

June 9, 2022

2022 Sports Achievers – Eliza Kuechle and Bernie Mattox The Coaches’ Award recognizes the two eighth grade student-athletes who best embody the Belmont Day School values through athletics. Recipients of this award value HONESTY on the playing fields by following…

By John O'Neill, Director of Athletics |

June 3, 2022

Athletics Update: Successful Season for Mountain Biking Mountain biking was introduced to Belmont Day as a middle school club almost a decade ago. With the pause on interscholastic athletics last year, mountain biking worked its way into the athletics program…

BDS

May 20, 2022

Sixth Grade and Kindergarten Continue ‘Big Flower’ Tradition Last Friday, kindergartners met with their sixth grade partners during a scheduled cross-graded time to engage in a Belmont Day tradition that goes back several decades. When kindergarten and sixth grade were…

BDS

May 16, 2022

PE Update: Fourth Graders Experience the Glory of the Games! Fourth grade students competed this week in the (epic and glorious) second annual Greek Olympics as a way to prepare their bodies and minds for their upcoming Greek Festival. Students…
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