2017 fall athletic accomplishments

Beaver Athletics had a very successful 2017 fall season!

Read some of the team highlights from coaches below.

Varsity Golf

  • The team finished the season with a record of 10-1-1. They successfully defended their EIL title, as well as EIL tournament champions!
  • David Rogers ’19 recorded the low score of the tournament.
  • EIL All-League players: David Rogers ’19, Jacob Florence ’19, and Zack Taylor ’18.
  • EIL Honorable Mentions: Hudson Roddy ’18 and Jason Waldman ’18.

Girls Varsity Soccer

  • The team finished the season at 12-5-1 and 8-2 in the EIL.
  • They beat Berwick in the EIL tournament semi-finals in an epic game, highlighted by a win in PK’s and advanced to the EIL tournament finals against Pingree.
  • Other notable wins came against EIL foes Newton, Winsor, Dana, Concord and against Lakes Region powerhouses New Hampton and Holderness.
  • Tess Huckaby ’18 was a finalist for player of the year and earned EIL All-League player along with two other players Sofia Cabral ’18 and Corinne Downey ’18.  Sallie Chope ’20 and Sophie Goldstein ’18 won EIL Honorable Mention.
  • The team qualified for the NEPSAC tournament for the first time in 15 years, ultimately falling to Brewster in the semi-finals.

Boys Varsity Soccer

  • The team finished the season with an overall record of 12-4-3 and 10-2-2 in the EIL after falling to Hebron Academy in the NEPSAC semi-final game.
  • Zach Herman ’19 was named league EIL MVP with 32 overall goals.
  • William Philbin-Cross ’19, Ford Chope ’18, and Sam Scher ’18 were named EIL All-League players.

Varsity Volleyball

  • The team had a great season with a record of 8-8, ending with their first-ever trip to the NEPSAC tournament.
  • Zoe Carlson ’18 and Sophia Cohen ’18 were named EIL All-League players.

Varsity Field Hockey

  • The team finished their season 2-8-1 in the EIL.
  • Highlights from the season include a 4-0 win over LCA and a 0-0 tie against Concord Academy, which exemplifies some very competitive play.
  • Amanda Joy ’19 was named EIL All-League player.
  • During the season the team came together off the field at the Boys & Girls Club of Newton, watched a division III college game, and hosted a guest coach practice from a former Division I player from the University of Richmond.

Girls Varsity Cross Country

  • This season was a huge step in the right direction for the girls cross country program. We scored at every meet with the exception of a scrimmage and beat 1 and 2 teams at EILs and NEPSTA, respectively.
  • This season we saw major improvements with every runner running 3-10 minutes faster from the first meet to the last meet of the year. 

Boys Varsity Cross Country

  • Boys XC showed improvement this year, ending with a winning overall record.  
  • Highlights include wins over the historically tough teams of Concord and LCA. The team went on to finish 12th of 27th teams at the NEPSTA Division IV Championships.  
  •  Max Glenn ’19 was the number one runner for the team all season, finishing 8th at the EIL Championships and 14th at the NEPSTA Division IV Championships as well as winning EIL All-Star.

Congratulations to all of our athletes! See photos from the season on our SmugMug page.

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