Results from Monday- September 23:
The Girls Soccer team improved to 6-1 at home with a 2-0 win over previously undefeated Bow. The first goal of this fast paced, well played game, didn’t come until just before halftime, when Abbie Warren whipped a sharp ball across to Rachel Bracket, who handled it perfectly and put the Cavs up 1-0. Bow turned up the pressure in the second half, but a strong defense led by Nicole Heiter and Christina Balsamo continued to turn them away. With only 5 minutes remaining, Renee LeBlanc orchestrated yet another fine attack, eventually setting up Maddie Harley for the insurance goal. Maggie Crooks was sensational in goal with 12 saves, including a furious sequence off a first half corner kick, and another in heavy traffic late in the second half.
The JV Girls Soccer team battled to a 1-1 tie. Jordan Cassilly with a skillful goal in the first half to give the Cavs the lead. Lindsey DeJoie made an incredible hustle play late in a tie game to clear the ball off the line at the last second to preserve the tie. Allie Callahan controlled the midfield with great defending and attacking throughout the game.
The Girls Volleyball team hosted Keene Friday night and swept the Blackbirds 25-8, 25-13, 25-17. Keene drops to 0-6 while the Cavaliers are 6-0 on the season. In the win, Meaghan Coutu had 3 kills, 3 aces, Sophie Jordan had 4 aces, 14 assists, Ellie Jordan had 8 digs, Sarah Dreyer had 5 kills, Lauren Ingraham had 2 aces and Sammie Sheppard had 4 aces and 5 digs. Sammie also broke the school’s career serve receive record of 1,013 set by 2016 graduate Bella Zampieri. The JVB and JVA teams also swept Keene in their matches
Games for Tuesday – September 24th :
The Field Hockey team hosts Hanover, V at 4pm and Jv at 5:30pm
The Jv Golf team travels to Windham,dismissal at 1:15pm, Van at 1:30pm ( please meet out in front of the school), match at 3pm at Windham CC
The Boys Soccer team hosts Milford, V at 4pm and Jv at 4:30pm ( MS field).