Day 2 of Spring ISSTs round-up below:
The varsity golf team, led by senior Chris Fletcher (’17), finished with a silver medal at this year’s ISSTs. Fletcher, who has been on the team since his freshman year, finished second with a combined score of 32 under par over the two days. Dev Pokhriyal (’18) came sixth, finishing 27 under, while Mark Haghani (’18), Anshika Singh (’18), Rep Woroch (’17) occupied the next three spots on the leaderboard, with the juniors finishing 26 under, while Woroch ends his ASL career with a score of -25.
With four wins out of four, varsity baseball secured their spot in tomorrow’s final and will compete against ACS Cobham at 1:00 p.m. in hopes of back-to-back gold medal finishes. The team came on top 1-3 in the first game of the day against International School in Brussels (ISB), and added another win to their tally in the afternoon against Frankfurt International School (FIS), keeping a shutout in a 10-0 win.
Varsity softball opened their second day losing 18-4 to Frankfurt International School FIS), ruling themselves out of a medal-finish. However, the team rallied back in their second game, beating AIS Vienna 14-7. Tomorrow, they will play Cairo American College in the fifth place game.
With girls finishing second and boys third, respectively, varsity track could not make it back-to-back championships in Paris this year, coming just short with a bronze medal finish. Throughout the day, varsity track competed in various events.
Hoping to repeat as team champions, Nils Skattum (’17) remains undefeated after day two and will play in tomorrow’s boys singles final in hopes of winning gold in his senior year. The girls duo of Audrey Wilson (’19) and Elizabeth Bennett (’17) beat Maria Lancaster (’19) and Chloe Chace (’20) in a rare semifinal where both sides represented ASL. In the mixed doubles division, Libby Reagan (’19) and Sam Holtzman (’19) also advance to tomorrow’s final, while Nick LeMaire (’17) and Harry DeBoer (’17) will also challenge for the gold medal in the boys doubles division.
Written by Sports Editor: Online Jonathan Sheves
Photos by Heidi Jensen Moran P’19’21’24