Fall Sports Weekly Round-Up (Week of September 18)

Fall Sports Weekly Round-Up below: 

Varsity Boys soccer: Record 5-0-0

Varsity boys soccer played one game this week winning 3-1 against TASIS. Mark Haghani (‘18), Ray Leavenworth-Bakali (‘19) and Cameron Campili (‘18) scored the goals respectively. After going down 1-0 in the first half, the team turned it around quickly with strong performances from Christopher Von Daehne (‘18) in midfield and Harry Nevins (‘18) at the back providing the backbone for the comeback.

 

JV Boys soccer: 3-1-1

The JV boys soccer team were held by TASIS after a hard fought 0-0 draw. After being on the back foot for the first half similar to the varsity team, the team started to come back dying embers of the match but were held by a stubborn TASIS back line. Captain Thomas Cassidy (‘19) led the defense with a stellar performance alongside his center back partner, Ludovico Barrattieri di San Pietro (‘20).

 

JJV boys soccer: 0-0-3

After a hard-fought battle, JJV boys soccer also came out with a 0-0 draw against TASIS on Wednesday, September 20. Captain Argy Sakti (‘20) controlled the pitch from central midfield, but the team was unable to turn chances into goals.

 

Varsity girls soccer and JV girls soccer.

Girls varsity and JV soccer originally had a game planned for Wednesday, September 20, but both matches were canceled due to injuries and conflicting schedules with the IB test program.

 

Varsity boys volleyball: 2-2-0

Varsity boys volleyball had a week packed with matches. The team started began with a tough 2-0 loss to TASIS, but recovered by winning the International School in Brussels (ISB) invitational tournament against varsity ISB, JV ISB, and Hillingdon with strong performances from Alex Ferragamo (’18) and Dylan Erdei (’19).

 

JV boys volleyball: 2-2-1

JV boys volleyball had an eventful game this week. On the way up to TASIS their bus broke down, which only left them time to play two sets which is why the game ended in a draw. Yash Dhir (‘20) was a standout performer in the tie.

 

Varsity girls volleyball: 2-4-0

Varsity girls volleyball had a disappointing week, with their record moving to 2-4. They started off by losing 2-0 to TASIS, but were held at Lakenheath High School, losing the game 2-1. Marianne De Ridder (’18) and Grace Colucci (’18) impressed over the course of the week.

 

JV girls volleyball: 4-1-0

JV girls volleyball saw off both TASIS and Lakenheath High school, improving their record to 4-1-0. JV girls volleyball beat TASIS 2-0, and proved too much for Lakenheath High School, beating them 2-0 as well.

 

Varsity Field Hockey: 0-6-0

This past week, Varsity Field Hockey played five matches in six days. They started off the week playing the Aldenham School, losing the game 4-0. The following day, the team played against the Francis Holland School ending with another loss of 5-0. On Friday, the girls played the International School of Brussels (ISB), and although losing to them 7-0, the team had an incredible comeback the following day ending with the score of 2-1. With Anna Heinrich (’20) scoring the first goal of the season during the second half. Before their second match on Saturday against ISB, the field hockey team played the Highgate School losing 5-0. Although consistently losing each match, the team played phenomenally throughout the week of matches.

 

Photo from Head Librarian Karen Field