Boys’ Varsity soccer continues their solid play with a pair of important wins as they pushed past Deerfield on Wednesday (4-0) and then posted another shutout with a 2-0 victory at Morse on Saturday over KUA. Christian Haikal ’24 had a hand in both scores against KUA (goal and an assist) as the team has stretched its current streak to 11 games without a loss. The team travels to Andover on Wednesday for an important Class A match as they push to secure a home field advantage for the NEPSAC Tournament.
Girls’ Varsity soccer extended their unbeaten streak to 7 games as well with a pair of 1-goal wins. On Wednesday, the Hilltoppers received goals from Sarah Hall ’25 and Caroline Kelleher ’25 and emerged with a 2-1 victory over Hotchkiss and on Saturday they grabbed another road win with a 2-1 at Milton. Phillips Exeter will host WA on Saturday afternoon in New Hampshire with a 3:00 pm kick-off.
Field Hockey will look to get back on track on Wednesday when they host Newton Country Day School at Morse Field, 4:30 pm game time. The ebb and flow of the season has not deterred this group from giving maximum effort with every opportunity and a win on Wednesday would be a perfect jump start for the remaining two weeks of the season.
Volleyball travelled to the Rivers School on Friday evening for their lone contest of the week and lost in straight sets. Marianapolis Prep will provide the opposition on Wednesday afternoon with a 4:15 pm start slated for Rowe Court. The team will conclude the week on Friday eve when they host Tabor Academy at 4:00 pm.
JV Volleyball took full advantage of their Rowe Court environs on Saturday afternoon and raced past the Rivers School in a spirited exhibition. The 2-1 victory was highlighted by the outstanding play of many, including Emily Lyu who contributed 7 Aces and one tip during the match.
Cross Country participated in the Shaler Invitational at Williston on Saturday and raced against some of the premier programs in New England. Cavan Gardner ’27 was WA’s top male finisher and Annalise Peters ’26 crossed the finish line as the 1st WA female runner. The teams will prep for the New England D II Championships with one final quad race on Saturday when they race at Wilbraham & Monson Academy.
MS Flag Football won their 3rd consecutive contest as Jaxson Hinson threw for 3 touchdowns and returned an interception for another TD in a big win over Moses Brown.
MS Co-ed soccer ran their record to 7-0 with a 5-1 win over St. Peter’s Central Catholic on Thursday at Gaskill Field. The team will look for another win on Tuesday when they host the Nativity School on Tuesday at Gaskill Field, 3:45 pm kick-off.