Varsity Boys Soccer – International School of the Hague
Varsity boys soccer played two more games in the group stage on Thursday. The first was against the Zurich International School (ZIS), winning 1-0 with a goal from Nic Halsted (’19), his second of the tournament. The second was against ACS Cobham, where they drew 0-0. This put them in second place in their group and they faced Munich International School (MIS) in the semi-final on Friday.
In the semi-final, ASL lost to MIS 1-5 after going down to two early penalties from MIS. MIS then scored again before Halsted scored ASL’s only goal in the game.
They then played International School in the Hague (ISH) later on in the day for a bronze medal which they won 3-2. Jon Novak (’20), Halsted and Nic Anderson (’19) scored.
Jon Novak (’20) received all tournament honors.
Varsity Girls Soccer – Canons Park
Varsity girls soccer started their tournament strong with a 1-0 win over TASIS on Thursday before drawing with the International School of Dusseldorf, 2-2. In ASL’s first game Louisa Linkas (’21) scored their only goal and in the second game, Kendall Fass (’19) scored twice.
In their final group game on Friday, ASL beat Vienna International School 4-0, which put them in the semi-final against MIS. In the semi final against MIS, they won 4-0 with goals from Anna Costello (’19), Fass, Anna Kim (’21) and Olivia Lang (’22) which put them into the final. Against VIS, Talia Vasaturo-Kolodner (’19), Kira Cascarino (’20) scored once and Costello scored twice.
In the final, they played ACS Cobham and lost 0-2 in extra time. Cobham scored twice in the second half of extra time.
Costello, Kim, and Fass received all tournament honors.
Varsity Boys Volleyball – American School in Paris
Varsity boys volleyball started their gold medal defense strong with four wins all in straight sets on day 1 of the tournament. They played the American School in Paris’ (ASP) JV and Varsity teams, Cairo American College (CAC), and ACS Athens.
On Friday they played MIS, Frankfurt International School (FIS) and TASIS, beating Munich in straight sets and losing to FIS, 2-1 and TASIS, 2-1. This put them in contention for a bronze medal on Saturday.
In the bronze medal game, they played CAC losing 3-2 and which placed them fourth overall.
Jon Bianco-Burrill (’20) received all tournament honors.
Varsity Girls Volleyball – Zurich International School
Varsity girls volleyball lost their first five games on Thursday, but on Friday they had a chance to come back and win the next couple of games.
On Friday the team beat VIS and CAC in straight sets which put them in position to win fifth or sixth place the next day.
In the fifth and sixth place game, the volleyball team beat VIS to come fifth overall in the tournament.
Varsity Field Hockey – British School of Brussels
Varsity field hockey opened up the group stages on Thursday with a 0-4 loss to the International School of Brussels (ISB) and a 0-3 loss to the International School of the Hague (ISH). Although the team lost twice, they still had a chance to get ahead on Friday when they played the British School of the Netherlands (BSN) and the British School of Brussels (BSB).
On Friday, the team lost to the BSN 0-5 and then later lost to BSB 0-1 placing them last overall for the tournament.
Martha Duff (’19) received all tournament honors.
Cross Country – American School of The Hague
This year Cross Country finished second overall at ISSTs. Varsity girls won gold, breaking ZIS’ six-year reign of Varsity Girls Champion. Strong results consisted of Maddy Whitman (’22) winning bronze in the race, Collette Gagne (’20) placing eighth and Madeleine Ashton (’21) placing ninth. Varsity boys finished fifth overall with Aidan Norris (’19) winning gold in his race.
In addition, the JV teams did an exceptional job. Chase Cerrell (’24) finished in fifth place and Ella Podurgiel (’23) finished in tenth place, propelling the JV girls team to fourth place. Harrison Cutler (’22) finished in sixth place, helping the JV boys team win the bronze medal.
With the combination of incredible results and a team effort, ASL was able to win the silver medal.