Sports 05-25-2017

Townie Sports

By Kevin Kelly

A NEW LACROSSE LEGEND

Revere senior attacker Ed Sullivan scored five goals to go along with four assists to help the Patriots defeat Winthrop by a score of 16-11 and clinch the NEC championship. Ed also surpassed the 100 point mark (65 goals, 39 assists) for the second straight season and eclipsed the 300 point milestone for his career, a truly remarkable achievement.

 

SENIOR PRIDE!!!

Pope John XXIII senior shortstop Patrick Kelly belted two hits, walked twice, scored a run and stole four bases to go along with three putouts and three assists but it wasn’t enough as the Tigers fell to Lynn Tech by a score of 7-2 on “Senior Night.” Sophomore center fielder Conor Kelly also blasted an RBI single.

 

LADY WOLFPACK CLINCH TOURNEY SPOT!!!

The Boston Latin girls lacrosse team (9-7) clinched a well-deserved spot in the MIAA tourney. The Lady Wolfpack, led by senior captains Caroline Collier and Emily Pardy, also feature fellow “Townies” Claire Lakus (junior attacker), Chloe Shea (junior attacker), Juliette Dougherty (junior defense), Tessa Wright (sophomore attacker), Jolie Doherty (freshman defense), Quinlan O’Brien (8th grade attacker) and Reagan O’Brien (7th grade midfielder).

 

SPRING HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS UPDATE

On the baseball diamond, Charlestown sophomore hurler Caesar Martinez tossed a complete game with six strikeouts in a tough 6-2 loss to Latin Academy…In softball action, 8th grader Carleigh Schievink belted out four hits and knocked in a pair of runs as Latin Academy pelted Brighton by a 13-1 score.

Charlestown’s Sindoris aides Worcester Academy’s girls hockey

Worcester Academy’s Varsity Girls Ice Hockey Team enjoyed a successful 2017 season, winning the NEPSAC Division II Championship last month. It was the first time the team made it to the finals since the program was begun six years ago.

Among the team members contributing to the success of the Girls Ice Hockey Team was Miceala Sindoris of Charlestown, Grade 11.

Like many Worcester Academy students, Miceala has excelled both on and off the field while also embracing the Academy’s core values: honor, respect, community, personal growth, and challenge. Miceala has built camaraderie, developed strategies for competition, and learned valuable lessons about achieving goals through Worcester Academy’s athletic program.

In fact, many graduates credit the Worcester Academy experience for their successes in life.

ABOUT WORCESTER ACADEMY

Worcester Academy, founded in 1834, is an independent co-ed day and boarding school for grades 6 to 12 and postgraduates. Our urban setting, diverse community, and innovative curriculum provide each student with unique opportunities for self-discovery, academic achievement, and personal empowerment. Visit us at www.worcesteracademy.org.

 

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