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MacLean Keene-Connole
Posted Monday, May 23, 2016 12:00:00 PM

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 12:00:00 PM

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 12:00:00 PM

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 12:00:00 PM

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 4:46:00 PM

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 4:45:26 PM

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 3:00:00 PM

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 3:00:00 PM

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 2:00:00 PM

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 2:00:00 PM

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 2:00:00 PM

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.

Jay Su
Posted Monday, Apr 18, 2016 2:00:00 PM

Boys Varsity Tennis

Jay has started off the season red hot, winning each of his first four matches in straight sets. His hard work in practice and the constant pushing of his teammates have helped his transition to a Varsity main-stay. Heading into the first of many grueling pockets of the ISL schedule this week, the team will be looking for him to continue his winning ways and ever-positive outlook ahead of each match.

Amelia Schofeild
Posted Monday, Apr 18, 2016 2:00:00 PM

Girls JV Tennis

Amelia has stepped up to the competition provided at her #1 singles position.  During our Wednesday match, our Milton was skilled and showed a great level of smarts and composure on the court.  Despite the pressure of playing such high-level players, Amelia did an excellent job of staying calm and working hard for every single ball and was able to win both her sets, 6-4 and 6-1.  Without both points that Amelia brought to the team, we would have lost to this top team in our league but instead we were able to tie, continuing our undefeated streak.  On Saturday Amelia also won both of her sets against Lawrence Academy at the #1 position and then went on to play with varsity to help them win their match against LA as well.  Her willingness to provide varsity with the extra player they need this week has been important for the program and her competitiveness and recent push to fight for every ball on the court is what has been most notable on the JV squad.

Jeffery Guo
Posted Monday, Apr 18, 2016 2:00:00 PM

JV Baseball

Jeffery led the JV baseball team on Saturday, going 3-4 with 3 singles and 2 RBIs, and playing stellar defense at second base.  Jeffery was on fire in what he described as his "favorite JV baseball game" ever.

Morgan Hill-Edgar & Alden Blue
Posted Monday, Apr 11, 2016 3:00:00 PM

JV Boys Tennis

On Saturday at Governors Academy, this doubles team was pressed into action due to the absence of two upperclassmen who were  taking the ACT. Being new to high school athletic completion on a day that every team point was important, this duo stepped up and gutted out a straight sets victory, earning two points for the team. Through strong effort, dedication and excellent attitudes from the first day of tryouts, these two have improved to a level that truly helps the team. For the first time awarded to a doubles team, our Athletes of the week are Morgan Hill-Edgar and Alden Blue.

Rozie Moylan
Posted Monday, Mar 7, 2016 2:00:00 PM

Girls Varsity Swimming

Rozie led by example throughout the season with her positive attitude and consistent work ethic. Her success at Championships was no surprise.  She finished 3rd in the 200 Freestyle and 2nd in the 50 free, setting new school records in both. In the 50 freestyle Rozie lowered her previous record set last year to 24.91.  In the 200 Freestyle Rozie broke the record set back in 1989 by nearly two seconds swimming a 1:59.25. Rozie was also a member of both the 200 Medley relay and the 400 freestyle relay which took 4th and 2nd respectively.

Erika Martin
Posted Monday, Mar 7, 2016 2:00:00 PM

Girls varsity Hockey

Erika Martin was a star for our championship team. She scored our first goal early in the first period to establish momentum that got us a three goal lead. Her consistent work ethic and attitude set the tone for our team and provided a great example for her young teammates. As one of the most coachable athletes we have ever had, she will be missed in our locker room next year.

B. Tural, Z. Villamin, H. Savage, T. Reisinger
Posted Monday, Mar 7, 2016 1:00:00 PM

Boys Varsity Swimming

This foursome opened the meet with an outstanding performance. They secured a 1st place in the 200 Medley Relay with an impressive five second lead over the nearest competitor. Their outstanding performance not only secured valuable points for the dragon squad it also set a new School record with a time of 1:40.91. This time also set the NEPSAC Division II league record and broke the college pool record at Roger Williams University. The relay was comprised of Berk Tural (backstroke), Zach Villamin (breaststroke), Henry Savage (butterfly), Timothy Reisinger (freestyle).

Caroline Macaulay & Haley Baldwin
Posted Monday, Feb 29, 2016 2:00:00 PM

Girls JV Hockey

This defensive pairing has been an anchor throughout the season on the JV hockey team. They come to every practice ready to work hard and lead the team. During games, they lead by example through their efforts. It will be hard to imagine a defensive pair that will be able to to better support the offense and entire team next season.

Tilly Peck
Posted Monday, Feb 22, 2016 2:00:00 PM

Girls JV Swimming

Tilly Peck is a grinder. She comes to practice ready to give her all every day, and her work ethic is an inspiration to her teammates. In competition she gamely steps up to all challenges and has consistently improved her times over the season. In Wednesday's win over PCD and Wheeler, Tilly came from behind in the 200 Free, catching two PCD swimmers to claim a critical 5th place. While not at the top of the stat sheet, Tilly's drive in the final hundred was instrumental in securing the JV Girls Team's win.
Oliver Moss
Posted Monday, Feb 15, 2016 3:00:00 PM

Boys JV Hockey

With the JV hockey team in a tough spot (no goaltender on the roster), Oliver, a defenseman, is one of two brave men to step up and strap on the pads for the benefit of the team. Hockey goalie is a very difficult position to play, and Oliver has shown great athleticism and selflessness in doing so. On Wednesday he made some great saves, leading the 'Elite' squad to its first victory of the year, a 3-0 shutout of Milton Academy.

Scottie Abeel
Posted Monday, Feb 8, 2016 1:00:00 PM

Boys Varsity Basketball

Since joining the boys’ varsity basketball team, Scottie has been instrumental in strengthening the team chemistry. More importantly, his ability to shoot with great accuracy continues to elevate the team’s shooting percentage. This past Saturday, against Kingswood-Oxford, he provided the team with 12 valuable points off the bench, (4 out of 6 from the three point line). He should be proud of his achievements thus far, the team will certainly count on him in the weeks to come as we contemplate the possibility of ending the year with a winning record.

Luke Edwards
Posted Monday, Jan 25, 2016 1:00:00 PM

Boys Varsity Swimming

Luke raced his seasonal best to take first in the 500 freestyle against a strong Division 1 Milton team last Wednesday.  That, and his third place finish in the 200 IM contributed to the team's success in capturing the win over Milton.  During distance sets in practice he leads the charge.  His effort and leadership has positively impacted the entire distance group.  Luke's willingness and ability to swim any event makes him an essential part of the squad's depth and 5-0 record.

Hailey Martin
Posted Monday, Jan 18, 2016 1:00:00 PM

Girls Varsity Hockey

The GVH team has earned a three game winning streak in the last week and a half against tough opponents Gunnery, Rivers, and Southfield. Hailey's efforts in net in all three contests kept the Dragons in each of the games as she made tough initial saves and fielded numerous rebounds as well. Though Rivers School took down last year's Division I Champions in December, goaltender Martin posted a perfect shutout against the ISL rival. Martin protected the 3-0 SG victory over Rivers and close wins over Gunnery and Southfield as well.

Andrew Braff
Posted Monday, Jan 18, 2016 1:00:00 PM

Boys Varsity Squash

The junior captain helped lead his team to a dramatic 4-3 victory over visiting ISL power Brooks School on Saturday.  Andrew's match went down to the wire, taking all five games.  While winning the first game, he lost the second, fighting back in the third winning 11-7 but then narrowly losing the fourth, bringing his match, and the team's outcome down to his final game.  Andrew's fifth game went back and fourth with both players structuring winning rallies, but in the end, he won the decisive game 13-11.  His win, coupled with Karim's five-game victory, gave the Dragons the team win over the Bishops.

Rozie Moylan
Posted Monday, Jan 11, 2016 11:20:00 AM

Girls Varsity Swimming

Swimming in her sixth race of the season, Rozie secured her sixth win against Thayer this past Friday. In addition to her outstanding personal performances, she is often called upon to anchor most of our relays. Regardless of whether she enters the water in the lead or is required to chase down her competition, her tenacity is evident from the moment she hits the water. During training her work ethic and enthusiasm make her the ideal teammate. In addition her commitment to training over the breaks undoubtedly contributes to her standout performances. Her teammates and coaches are proud to have Rozie Moylan as the athlete of the week.

Hall Lamar
Posted Monday, Jan 11, 2016 11:10:00 AM

Boys JV Basketball

With 20 field goals and 11 free-throws, Hall has scored 55 points over the last three games, 45% of St. George’s total points over this span. He has been a dominating presence, playing in every minute of each game this past week. What has been more impressive is his ability to score at impromptu times, right when the Dragons need a basket most. He commands the game and is exciting to watch from beginning to end. It was during Saturday’s game he received the ball with under 10 seconds left in the game to cut Groton’s lead from 5 to 2 points with only his 4th three-point basket of the season. It gave St. George’s the chance to tie the game in the final seconds. 

Ben White
Posted Monday, Jan 11, 2016 11:00:00 AM

Boys Thirds Basketball

Ben has been a real leader for the thirds basketball team this year.  As co-captain, his hustle, effort, and positive attitude have set a great example for his teammates.  He is a strong offensive player,a tenacious defender, and he's an unselfish fellow who makes his teammates a little bit better whenever he is on the floor.  In Saturday's big win over a talented St. Mark's team, he had five steals and six rebounds to go along with his season-high seven points.

Frederic Gregoire
Posted Monday, Dec 14, 2015 11:00:00 AM

Boys Varsity Hockey

In two games over the weekend, Freddie exploded for eight points, collecting five goals and two assists in the Dragons' Friday Night Lights victory over Pingree, and then adding an assist in the squad's 2-1 loss to Millbrook on Saturday.

Hannah Drechsel
Posted Monday, Dec 14, 2015 11:00:00 AM

Girls Varsity Hockey

In her first season with the GVH team, Hannah has been asked to change from her normal position as a defender to help fill in the offensive lines. Despite it only being her third game in this role, she is making an immediate impact through her tenacity and aggression. Pitted against a seasoned Lawrence Academy team on Saturday she rose to the occasion, putting heavy pressure on them throughout regular and shorthanded play. She is one to watch this winter!

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