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Olivia Mastrangelo
Posted Monday, Jan 9, 2017 

Girls Varsity Hockey

In her first season as a Dragon, this player is making a big impact on the ice. Frequently generating rushes and finding smart passing options, she has become an important part of the SG offense. In their game against Millbrook, this player not only notched a hat trick throughout the course of the game, but she also netting two goals during one shift in the second period.

Rachel Boule
Posted Tuesday, Dec 13, 2016 

Girls JV Hockey

In Saturday’s game against Lawrence Academy, this captain worked hard to get her team excited and ready to play. She hit the ice hard and scored a goal on her first shift. She worked tirelessly throughout the game, scoring five more goals and helping the team earn a 6-6 tie against Lawrence Academy. For her hard work and dedication to the team, Rachel Boule has been names Athlete of the Week.

Matt Richards
Posted Monday, Nov 14, 2016 

Varsity Football

Matt's mind boggling 14 solo tackles on defense and 12 yard touchdown run on offense proved instrumental in the JV Football team's victory over Tabor last week. Time and time again, Matt disrupted Tabor's imposing running attack, recording numerous tackles in the Sea Wolve's backfield. Matt has made tremendous strides on both sides of the ball this season and it has been a pleasure to coach him.

NEW ENGLAND CHAMPIONS
Posted Monday, Nov 14, 2016 

Varsity Boys Cross Country

When the runners emerged from the woods, William Braff was in the lead with his fellow Dragons not far behind.  In a field of 146 finishers, William was 1st (18:17), with Ben White 3rd (18:27), Andrew Braff 11th (18:59), Charlie Courtemanche 18th (19:16), and John Kirkpatrick 30th (19:57) to complete the scoring-five, followed by Austin Page (21:28) and Tom Mulvey (22:37) as our varsity seven.  These boys made us all proud to be Dragons.

Will Peterson
Posted Monday, Nov 7, 2016 

Varsity Football

In Friday’s 59-20 victory over Rivers, Will had an outstanding game in only his second varsity start at QB. Will was 12-for-18 passing for 119 yards and three touchdowns, additionally running in a two-point conversion. He directed an SG offense that scored on their first six possessions of the game and accumulated over 500 yards on the day. His ability to lead under pressure with a calm demeanor and his hard work ethic are his greatest qualities on the field.

Ava Faria
Posted Monday, Nov 7, 2016 

Girls Thirds Soccer

Ava has stepped it up in practices by working hard and staying positive. In the game on Wednesday, she played every minute and had a significant impact from her defensive position in the team’s best game of the season. 

Oliver Moss
Posted Monday, Nov 7, 2016 

Boys Varsity Soccer

Oliver played “out of his mind” in the game Friday against Rivers. From the net, Oliver kept the Dragons in the game by making several reaction saves as well as two diving tackles. He is a hard working athlete and a positive member of the team.

William Braff
Posted Monday, Nov 7, 2016 

Boys Cross Country

St. George’s traveled to Groton, Mass. for the ISL Championship Cross Country Meet.  With a field of 112 runners in the varsity race, the front runners set a blistering pace covering the first mile in 5:07.  Leading the pack was William Braff.  Over the 3.1 mile course, various opponents challenged Braff for the lead, but with a gutsy performance he held on for the win, claiming the title of ISL Champion in a personal best time of 16:46.

Mia Del Rosso
Posted Monday, Oct 31, 2016 

Varsity Field Hockey

Mia has started and played every minute of each game the team has played this season. Her work ethic, tremendous athleticism and speed have made her an asset to the team on offense and defense.

Will Rogers
Posted Monday, Oct 31, 2016 

Varsity Football 

In Saturday’s 7-0 victory over Roxbury Latin, Will helped lead a stifling defense from his middle linebacker post, making 13 tackles and playing offensive guard where he helped pave the way for 182 rushing yards on the day.

Hannah Drechsel
Posted Monday, Oct 31, 2016 

Girls Varsity Soccer

After scoring the game’s first goal just three minutes into the match against St. Paul’s last Saturday, Hannah moved forward from center-back in the 63rd minute to score three more fantastic goals, turning a 2-1 deficit into a 4-2 victory. For her supreme effort and desire to win, Hannah has been named athlete of the week.

Michael Bergdolt
Posted Monday, Oct 17, 2016 

Varsity Football

In his first Varsity start for the Dragons, Michael was outstanding as a perimeter and downfield blocker from his receiver position, helping SG gain 234 yards rushing on their way to a 21-6 victory over Thayer Academy. 

Caroline Rios
Posted Monday, Oct 17, 2016 

Girls JV Soccer

Caroline has demonstrated great leadership skills, playing hard in both games and practices this week. During games, she fights hard for each ball and sends clean passes from the mid-field. She took on the goalie position on Saturday without complaint and made several exciting saves against a strong opponent. 

Zac Borden
Posted Monday, Oct 17, 2016 

JV Football

In last Thursday’s 14-12 victory over Portsmouth Abbey, Zac rushed for two TDs and was a standout on defense, making numerous tackles to help preserve the victory. New to the sport, Zac has made tremendous progress this season.

Mary Bush
Posted Monday, Oct 3, 2016 

Girls JV Soccer

Mary has been a positive addition to the JV squad this season. Against Pomfret, Mary scored both goals for the Dragons in their 2-0 victory. Mary's ability to score goals has been an asset to the team, but so has her strong work ethic, teamwork and positive energy.

Liliana Froehner
Posted Monday, Oct 3, 2016 

Girls Cross Country

Liliana ran her first race for the Dragons last week at Fresh pond. At the first mile, she was in seventh place – over the next two miles she worked to pass five of the six runners in front of her. In the last 500 yards she passed a St. Paul's runner to take first place for the JV team.

Will Buhse
Posted Monday, Sep 26, 2016 

Varsity Football

In Friday's opening game, Will helped lead the Dragons to a 48-14 victory over cross-island rival Portsmouth Abbey.  Will played both ways, registering 11 tackles on defense from his linebacker post and was one of our offensive linemen who helped pave the way for 234 rushing yards and four TDs on the day.  His unselfish team play isa big boost to the squad this season.

Madi Aumann
Posted Monday, Sep 26, 2016 

Girls Varsity Soccer

Madi has been a productive player thus far this season after moving to the wing. Her speed and aggressive approach constantly put her right in the action. Her ability to win the ball and beat opponents with a pass or on her own helped her to end the week with an assist against Pomfret and the only goal in a 1-0 victory over Groton.

Maggie Rogers
Posted Monday, May 23, 2016 

Girls Varsity Lacrosse

As a senior, Maggie willingly switched from attack to defense and has been a vocal leader throughout the entire season. In our three games this week, Maggie helped anchor our defense, swarming on drives to goal and stopping teams fast breaks.  On Saturday's game against Lawrence, Maggie helped keep Lawrence from scoring for over half the game.

MacLean Keene-Connole
Posted Monday, May 23, 2016 

Boys Varsity Lacrosse

MacLean has stepped up and become a leader for the ladder half of his junior campaign. Throughout our three game win streak he has been instrumental, with highlights including a seven point performance against Groton, a beautiful assist in a tight game against St. Paul's, and a handful of points against BB&N.  Throughout a tough patch mid-season, the team was looking for an underclassmen to step up, and MacLean answered the call, beginning with a superb performance against Rivers.

Carolyn Drowne
Posted Monday, May 23, 2016 

Varsity Softball

Carolyn has been an all-star addition to the VSB team.  Throughout the season she has wowed spectators with her catches in centerfield - including stealing a homerun from BBN's best hitter just inches from the track.  She is number 18 in the ISL batting .444 with 6 RBIs.  We are so glad that she decided to play softball this spring.

Joseph Kwon
Posted Monday, May 23, 2016 

Varsity Baseball

Joseph  was instrumental in Varsity Baseball's 6-2 win against St. Paul's Saturday in Concord. His on base percentage and batting average for the day were a perfect 1.000. He broke open a no hitter in the forth inning with a two strike single up the middle, walked twice and scored two runs. Defensively Joseph made a spectacular sliding catch in right field. His energy and enthusiasm in practice and in the games is contagious.

Cyrus Medas
Posted Monday, May 23, 2016 

Boys Varsity Track

Cyrus stepped up in the two championship meets. Last week against the ISL schools, he posted a personal best in the shot put with a throw of just over 33 feet, qualifying him for this past weekend's New England championship meet. After a week of hard work, he posted another personal best on Saturday, of 39 feet 10.5 inches, which was the best throw by any SG shot putter this year. Cyrus is recognized for his hard work and the way that he came through in the clutch.

Will Rogers
Posted Monday, May 16, 2016 

JV Baseball

Will was the proverbial utility player on Saturday, catching, pitching and hitting all for the JV Baseball Dragons.  It was his first game as a catcher and pitcher.  Behind the plate, he was a veritable black hole, sucking up any errant pitches that came near him.  On the mound, he changed speeds seemingly without meaning to, keeping opposing hitters off balance.  And at the plate, he hit a sharp single up the middle.

Irem Tural
Posted Monday, May 16, 2016 

Girls Track

Irem had an amazing day on Saturday, placing and earning personal records in her three individual events (pole vault, high hurdles and intermediate hurdles), and helping the 4x100m relay earn a personal record as well. Additionally, she set a school record in the 300m intermediate hurdles, becoming the first ever SG girl to finish in under 50 seconds.

Hannah Burdick
Posted Monday, May 2, 2016 

Girls JV Tennis

Hannah stepped up this year as an effective singles player, having spent most of last season playing doubles.  Against Brooks, due to some illnesses, she had  to play the #1 position.  She and her opponent moved the ball well and had some very long points but she ultimately took the first set, 6-2.  Her second set was very exciting: coming back from being down 1-4.  Her mental game was strong and she won some very crucial points, especially  the deuce point they played when they were tied 4-4.  She was able to take advantage of the entire court, moving her player deep and then bringing her forward.  Hannah hustled to every ball and finished with some beautiful shots at net.  Winning 5 straight games, Hannah was determined and accomplished her goal with patience and skill.

Alex Thill
Posted Monday, May 2, 2016 

Girls Varsity Tennis

On a young team, Alex has proven to be a dependable winner in singles play this season. In fact, she has the best record on the team with six wins and only a single loss. This would be commendable for any member of the team, but the fact that she's a 3rd former playing near the top of the ladder make her performance this season even more remarkable.

Hailey Martin
Posted Monday, Apr 25, 2016 

Varsity Softball

Hailey Martin, as pitcher, was central to the VSB team's two ISL wins this week.  A gifted athlete in both hockey and softball Hailey has been working on her mental game on the mound; pitching with a purpose.  Her efforts this week resulted in 18 strike outs, but more importantly 20 fieldable balls to the infield.  Offensively Hailey contributed 4 hits and 2 RBIs in our victories against Thayer and St. Mark's.  We look forward to her leading her team for the remainder of the season.

Eric Durudogan
Posted Monday, Apr 25, 2016 

Varsity Baseball

Injuring his shoulder in the first game of the season and unable to bat, Eric is still an instrumental contributor to the boys varsity baseball team. In wins this week against Portsmouth Abbey (7-1) and St. Mark’s (6-3) he had no passed balls, stymied the base runners, and called every pitch astutely. His attitude, work effort and value to the team are immeasurable.

Mary Winters
Posted Monday, Apr 25, 2016 

Varsity Track

Mary has shown significant improvement in the field and running events this year. She had a great day on Saturday, adding 6.25 points for the Dragons in their victories over Rivers and Lawrence. After scoring in her two main events, the high jump and the 800 m. run, she stepped in at the last minute to run in the 4x400 meter relay team whose win clinched the meet for SG.

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