Girls Varsity Soccer –
The Girls Varsity Soccer team had a solid week on the field. On Wednesday, the girls traveled to Bancroft, and came away with a solid 2-0 victory. The team controlled play for 80 minutes, even while having 2 goals called back. Sophie Goldstein and Julia Schwartz netted the goals. On Saturday, the team traveled to perennial NEPSAC contender, Wheeler. Justine Hatton began the scoring in the first half with a beautiful volley off a corner to put Beaver up 1-0. While the game went back and forth, Wheeler was able to equalize in the second half, ultimately leading to a 1-1 draw. The girls return to action on Wednesday against ISL opponent St. George’s and then have a rematch with Concord on Friday
Boys Varsity Soccer –
The Boys Varsity Soccer team had a disappointing week, as they drew with Bancroft 2-2 on Wednesday, and lost to Wheeler 2-0 on Saturday. The Bancroft game saw Beaver hit the post or crossbar four times, as the team carried play throughout. A mental lapse in the waning seconds resulted in a Bancroft free kick which tied the game. On Saturday, the boys travelled to Wheeler to take on a highly organized and efficient team. Beaver lacked scoring punch without leading goal scorer, Alex Zecca ’15 and the ever dangerous Adam Kulick ’17. Despite a solid effort, Wheeler’s solid defense earned the result in front of their homecoming crowd. The Beaver Boys will look to rebound this week, as they return to league play against Portsmouth Abbey on Wednesday and Concord Academy on Friday. The Beaver team currently sits atop the league table at 7-0-2.
Varsity Volleyball –
The Girls Varsity Volleyball team suffered a loss to Bancroft this past week. The game was highlighted by excellent serving and offensive play by Charlee Manigat. Setter Allison Randall set a positive tone with her serving and excellent sets.
Varsity Field Hockey –
Beaver Field Hockey lost to Bancroft Wednesday, with a final score of 2-0. Beaver traveled to Bancroft and struggled with the transition to grass facilities. The team continues to work hard at practice and is looking forward to next week. Wednesday they will host an international match, and Friday they face tough opponent Concord Academy on their home turf.
Varsity Golf –
The Varsity Golf team played two matches this past week against LCA on Wednesday and against Landmark on Friday. On Wednesday, the team traveled to LCA and played a very close match 3-3, and lost the first tiebreaker by 4 holes. Hudson Roddy ’18 playing at the number two position won his match by one hole shooting an 8 over par 45. Joey Kremer ’15 playing at the number three position won his match by one hole shooting a 13 over par 48. Aram Soultanian ’17 playing at the number five position also won his match by one hole shooting a 12 over par 47. On Friday, the team traveled to Landmark and won 5-1 with four victories and two ties. Jacob Florence ’19 playing at the number one position won his match by three holes shooting a 5 over par 36. Hudson Roddy ’18 playing at the number two position tied his match shooting an 8 over par 39. Aram Soultanian ’17 playing at the number three position won his match by 5 holes shooting a 7 over par 38. Ben Snyder ’17 playing at the four position won his match by 2 holes shooting a 12 over par 43. Captain Nick Vaream ’17 playing at the five position tied his match with his best round of the season shooting a 7 over par 38. Joey Steinberg ’15 playing at the sixth position played in his first varsity match of the season and won his match by one hole shooting a 14 over par 45. The team has two matches this week traveling to Pingree on Monday and hosting Berwick on Wednesday.
Varsity Cross Country –
On Wednesday the Varsity boys and girls cross country teams had their last home meet for the season. Both the boys and girls had disappointing losses against Berwick and both had wins against Providence Country Day. Sam Glenn ’16 took 3rd place overall in the boys race, followed by Leo Connelly ’15 in 5th and Ryan Joy ’17 in 6th. There were also several home course PR’s including senior captain, Clay Starr with a time of 19:04. The Beaver girls fought hard with only 5 girls against the larger teams of Berwick and Newton Country Day and though they lost to two teams, almost every girl had a home course PR which was very exciting. Libby Pohl ’17 and Mikaela Markwart ’18 took the 2nd and 4th places in the top ten.
On Saturday the XC teams raced again, this time against Worcester Academy and Winchendon at Worcester. Both teams tackled an extremely technical and hilly trail there. The boys and girls both lost to Worcester and won against Winchendon. Sam Glenn ’16 took the top spot on the team for the second race in a row and came in second overall. All 5 Beaver girls ran very hard and left everything on course, losing by only one point to Worcester. Libby Pohl ’17 took 1st place, followed by Mikaela Markwart ’18 in 3rd and Nichole Irving ’16 in 4th. All the Beaver runners finished strong in both races and displayed great finishing kick!