The Fall transition is complete and our winter athletes and teams are fully immersed with their respective seasons.
The girls’ varsity soccer team kept their tournament hopes alive as they slipped past a determined Exeter squad as both cross country teams prepare for Saturday’s NEPSTA D-2 Championships.
Girls Varsity Soccer travelled to previously unbeaten Hotchkiss on Wednesday and came away with an impressive 2-0 victory. Seniors Anisha Hill and Allison Pestania scored for the Hilltoppers.
In a week with very few contests, the Boys Varsity Soccer team stole the spotlight with a pair of crafty wins. In perhaps their best two-way effort of the season,
Our Girls Cross Country team (19-3 overall) continues to impress and roll along in fine fashion, winning their 2nd Invitational of the season on Saturday at the Brooks School in Andover.
Good teams become great teams and produce terrific results when the depth and quality of individual performance grows as the season unfolds.
James Proctor’s Varsity Soccer team (6-0-1) is deep and talented and they continue to roll through the early part of their schedule. Back-to-back shutout wins over
Record breaking temperatures swept across the region last week making things difficult for players and coaches alike. Training sessions were cut back and our Sports Medicine group worked diligently
The fall season has kicked off in grand form with the Boys Varsity Soccer team on a roll. The team has posted three consecutive shutouts over ISL foes, BB&N, St. Sebastian’s and most recently, Thayer Academy.
Greetings once again from the Hilltop. Summer is a distant memory and our thoughts and attention turn towards a new year.
Congratulations to the Baseball team who emerged victorious over the weekend in the Central New England Prep School Baseball Championship.
Congratulations in order for the Girls Varsity Tennis team and Head Coach Amy Herlihy
Boys Varsity Lacrosse continues their recent surge winning their 4th consecutive contest and running their record to 7-4 on the season.
The calendar has quickly turned to May and with but three weeks remaining in the spring season the countdown has begun!
The spring season has hit the halfway mark and we’ve already begun a countdown to May, NEPSAC, and League Championships and even graduation day for our Class of 2017.
The stretch run to graduation has begun in earnest as our teams and athletes ramp up their training and game day competitions.
Shovels and snow blowers can safely be stored away and we have finally caught a glimpse of what our spring season should look like!
Aliyah Boston ’19 has been named the Gatorade Massachusetts Girls Basketball Player of the Year.
Our Girls Hockey team swept through the NEPSAC Division II Hockey Tournament in grand fashion, capturing the first ever Girls Ice Hockey Championship here at Worcester Academy.
The stage has been set for the remaining Worcester Academy teams to participate in this weeks NEPSAC Tournament action so let’s get that schedule out front!
Senior Ben Goldsberry survived a grueling 2-day event at the NEISWA Championship in Hyde, Maine, winning 4 out of 6 matches
Congratulations to our Girls Hockey team who received the John Coughlin Sr. Central Mass Sportsmanship Award.
Junior forward Mitchell Pelletier scored his 1st career hat trick powering the WA Boys Hockey team to a 4-1 win over the Hoosac School on Friday evening.
Coach Emmanuel Masumbuko’s freshman basketball team remains the lone undefeated US team heading into the final month of the season.
The temperatures have been unseasonably mild as we head towards the end of January, very similar to the 2015 calendar year when record breaking snow fell throughout the entire month of February.
Girls Varsity Basketball (10-1) strung together three solid wins during the week, including impressive Class A victories over Loomis (56-45) and NMH (54-37).
The mid-week resumption of classes made for a short window of interscholastic competition as most teams and programs attempted to get back to their practice regimens.
The holiday period was a quiet time for athletes, coaches and families save for the overseas trip our Boys Varsity Basketball team took to Manchester, England.