Team put it all together for their best game of the season. Jumped out to a 5-0 lead behind the 8th graders Captains Davis Drew and Max And Garrett. Captain Bennett oversaw a defense that dominated from the opening whistle. Goalie Ben Lawson playing at he top of his game allowing only 3 goals.
The girls finished their season with a rainy win over PCD, 13 – 2. Rachel Arabian lead the scoring charge with four goals while Lizzie Hayes, Sydney Boss, and Kaeley Zito each scored a hat trick. Katie Kerachsky had her best game in goal with a season record shut out with eight saves.
2018 SENE Golf Tournament Final Results:
Team Results –
1. Providence Country Day (RI) -> 354
2. St Andrews (RI) -> 360
3. Rocky Hill School (RI) -> 402
4. MacDuffie School (MA) -> 464
2018 Tournament Champions: Providence Country Day (RI)
Individual Results-Top 10 –
1. Anthony Loiselle (PCD) -> 78
2. Cole Larimer (RHS) -> 79
3. Tie: Theo Montalbano (SAS) -> 85
David Demopolous (SAS) -> 85
Lucas Oliviera (PCD) -> 85
6. Cam Yee (PCD) -> 88
7. Sonny Massotti (RHS) -> 89
8. Oliver Mercier (McDS) -> 92
9. John Chen (SAS) -> 93
10.Dylan Ahearn (SAS) -> 97
2018* SENE Golf Championship Medalist: Anthony Loiselle PCD (RI)
The girls battled valiantly against Moses Brown’s eighth grade team. In the end the MB girl’s size and skill gave our team of 5th – 8th graders their first loss of the season, 6 -12.
The US tennis team concluded its’ season with a convincing 5-2 win over the Oxford Academy. It was also Senior Day, honoring Austin Jandrucko and his parents; Scott and Nicole.
Austin was a 4 year starter who won over 80 % of his matches. He will continue his education next year at Worcester Polytechnic institute. Well done, Austin.
The win featured the hard work of our singles players who won all their matches. At #1 singles, Elsa Block, in the longest match of the day, won 8-6. At #2 singles, Lily Kerachsky, after being down 1-5, came back to win, 8-6. These were, perhaps, the 2 best matches of the season.
Anand Basu and Ben Pogocar had relatively easy wins at #3 and 4.
The future looks bright for US tennis. As was mentioned earlier, we lose only 1 player to graduation and there are several students on the MS team that will be ready to move up next year.
RHS: 6, William’s: 8
Tina Richards: 1
Brianna Segerson: 1
Charlotte Boss: 7
Ptolemy Tassone: 2
Andrea White: 1
Jordan Lanowy: 1
Chloe Ponte: 1
Tina Richards: 1
Charlotte Boss: 1
Ptolemy Tassone: 1
Andrea White: 1
Aviva Beringhause: 15
On a beautiful spring day, the Mariners traveled up to Barrington to take on St. Andrew’s for the SENE Championship. Having split the regular season series, the Mariners knew that it was going to be a struggle. The Saints came out firing, taking advantage of several penalties on the Mariners to secure a 8-5 halftime lead. The third quarter saw the Mariners rebound slightly, starting the fourth quarter down 10-7.
The fourth quarter was like a new game. Kobe Polley won three successive face-offs and scored three goals within two minutes to knot up the score at 10-10. From there, the Mariners never looked back, with Griffin Spinney scoring some truly spectacular goals to build the Mariners’ lead to 14-11. From there, the defense locked down the Saints attack and held on for the victory. It is the Mariners’ first SENE Championship since 2011. Congratulations to Nick Mangiameli for a fantastic career as the Mariners goalie, and to the entire team for their hard work and execution down the stretch. Great season, Mariners!
On Tuesday, our top 3 teams traveled to Wheeler Farm for the season ending Doubles Tournament. There were nine schools and 27 teams competing. Very difficult competition as each team sent only their top 3 teams. At #1doubles, Derek Block and Hadley Martinez won in the first round, but lost a tough second round match and Thomas Fitzgerald and Massimo DiCenzo won a consolation round match.
The MS tennis team traveled to EGHS for a match with Cole Middle School.
They have 40 players; so the results were predictable. There were several close matches, however, the only point was won by Derek Block and Hadley Martinez at #1 doubles.
The mighty MS Boys lacrosse team left it all out on the field in the much-anticipated rematch against Moses Brown, playing a spirited and aggressive second half to nearly com back and win this one. Led by 8th graders, Drew Tamburini, Davis Lee and Bennett Fine, the team gave their all in this narrow loss. Score: 9 – 7 L