Weekly Athletics Write-Up

Boys’ Varsity Soccer

The Boys’ Varsity Soccer team traveled to Phillips Andover last Wednesday to take on Hebron Academy in the NEPSAC Class C quarterfinals. with a 15-3-0 record Beaver came in as the #1 seed against the 9-3-3 Lumberjacks. Despite outshooting their opponents 18-7 and controlling play, the boys fell in a double overtime affair by a score of 3-2. Zack LaCava ’13 scored twice for Beaver in the loss.

Varsity Volleyball

Beaver Varsity Volleyball finished its season with a very strong display of play at the EIL tournament at Pingree. Our team finished the day 2-6 though three of our losses were incredibly close. Beaver stood out by accumulating several offensive kills, blocks, and aces. Our team was also recognized with All-League awards. Arielle Silbersweig ’14, our libero, was awarded a spot on the All-League team and Alea Laidlaw ’16, our outside hitter, received an honorable mention. The final record of Beaver volleyball does not properly illustrate the growth of our team and the high level of play they demonstrated throughout the season.  Beaver volleyball continues to prove they are a force to be reckoned with and the team looks forward to future seasons.

Cross Country

Freshmen Libby Pohl competed at the 4th Annual NEPSTA All Star race held at St. Mark’s on Saturday afternoon. This race featured the best runners in New England from all four divisions. Libby ran her best race of the season placing 12th out of 41 runners and also had her best time of the year clocking in at 20:05 on the 5K course. Libby was the third EIL runner to cross the line behind Dana Hall’s Caroline Jarhling and Winsor’s Naomi Gordon who was 9th.

Varsity Field Hockey

Beaver Varsity Field Hockey wrapped up their season with a very exciting day in the EIL tournament at Pingree.  Beaver took on Bancroft for their first game and came away with a 1-0 win. Sophomore forward Mollie Devins scored the game winning goal to put the team ahead in the second half. Two other goals were scored as well but were called back due to penalties.  Beating Bancroft put Beaver in the pool B Championship game where they took on Portsmouth Abbey. It was a hard fought game by both team but in the end Portsmouth came out on top with a 3-0 win.  Beaver Field Hockey had a great season and they are looking forward to next year!


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