Day 2 of Spring ISSTs round-up below:
On day two of ISSTs, varsity boys baseball beat ACS Cobham 9-4 in the semi finals. In their quest for a third straight championship, the team faces FIS tomorrow at 11:45 a.m. in the finals. You can find more information about the tournament here.
On day two of ISSTs, varsity girls softball won both of their games, beating AISV 22-6 and later that day, in their first elimination game, beating ZIS 7-2. The team faces TASIS tomorrow at 12:15 p.m. in the finals. You can find more information about the tournament here.
Hoping for a threepeat as ISST champions, varsity boys and girls tennis showed a strong front on day two of ISSTs. With girls doubles team Audrey Wilson (’19) and Talia Vasaturo-Kolodner (’19) winning both of their matches and advancing to the finals to play girls doubles team Chloe Chase (’20) and Maria Lancaster (’19), who also won both of their matches today, in a rare final where both sides represent ASL. Jake Fellows (’21) remains undefeated after day two and will play in tomorrow’s boys singles final in hopes of winning gold. Livy Reyes (’18) also remains undefeated and will play in tomorrow’s girls singles final in hopes of winning gold. Check out our Twitter for live updates of the matches.
With varsity boys and girls finishing third and jv boys finishing fourth and jv girls first, ASL’s JV and varsity track and field placed first overall. Notably, Aidan Norris (’19) placed first in the varsity boys 300 meter run, co-captain, Anna Costello (’19), placed first in both varsity shot put and discus and co-captain, Matthew Clement (’18) placed first in the varsity long jump and Bertie Cassidy (’21) placed first in the JV 800 meter run. JV girls 4×100 and 4×400 meter relay also placed first. Jasmin Taylor (’21), who finished first in both the 100-meter and 200-meter dashes, said “I am really proud of the team’s performance overall and my individual performance. I’m just really proud of everyone.”
Written by Online Director Christina Leonard