This player has progressed in production in the three games played this year. She was asked to produce more for her teammates by looking to be aggressive on offense. She has always been reliable in getting rebounds and playing solid defense. This year her teammates need her on the offensive end as well. She was hesitant at first but overcame doubt. Against Kent, Lila Conners “20 was 5 of 8 from 2fg and had 12 points 16 rebounds. First Double Double of this season! Congrats to Lila Conners on receiving the athlete of the week award.
This Student Athlete has demonstrated an embodiment of a complete player. She’s a scorer, rebounder, assist passer and she runs down passes for steals. She also leads the team and encourages her teammates with a positive voice. She has been consistent in her efforts and is a huge reason the varsity basketball team is 8-0. She is averaging 10 pts, 7.9 rebounds, 3.1 assists, 2.1 steals and has an effective field goal percentage of 42.4%. She is a player that can play the 1-5. Congrats to Ana Barkewicz.
Thirds basketball had their first game against Deerfield on Saturday. They lead through all four quarters and kept their composure as Deerfield mounted a late game challenge.
This athlete of the week hustled at every moment - both on offense and defense. She was a positive force on this team of players who are sure to have a strong season!
Congratulations to athlete of the week Maddie BeVeir.
Skyler Wahlberg earned 1st place in both her jumping and her flat class. She continues to be a solid rider, being smart about her decisions showing, and keeping a calm head when she has a tough horse draw. I look forward to see her continue to be a great asset on the team as we head into regionals.
This athlete had her best game of the season on Saturday against Williston Northampton. Her play on the front line was outstanding, with her adjusting like a seasoned veteran. When compared to that in September or October, her hitting on Saturday was light years improved. Besides very capable attacks, She displayed a tremendous “volleyball IQ,” faking out the defense with feints (drawing back her arm to hit, then tipping lightly over the net) on multiple occasions. Additionally, this athlete moved around the court with tremendous confidence, which is also a testament to her improvement this year. Assuming she does not end up on Varsity next year, Coach Alyssa and I look forward to seeing her development continue next season. Excelsior, Congratulations to athlete of the week, Sacha Licholai!!