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  • Softball
Abby Jones
Abby Jones pitched a double header (13 innings) Saturday in Rivers' annual softball tournament. Pitching a total of 65 at bats with five strikeouts and only one walk Abby allowed the team to finish second in the tournament. As well she contributed six defensive outs from the circle. Her control on the mound provided the team with the confidence to play two solid games against teams that had mercy ruled SG earlier in the season. We look forward to three more years with Abby playing for the Dragons.
  • Track & Field
Maya Bardorf, Diya Moolani and Juliana DiNapoli
On Saturday, the SG Track team headed to the ISTA Championships to take on the best the league had to offer. Despite the stiff competition, the squad's girls' discus throwers (Diya Moolani, Maya Bardorf, and Juliana DiNapoli) rose to the occasion, garnering three of the top five places in their event. In doing so, they became the first program to achieve this level of success in any girls' throwing event since 2012. Their performances on Saturday serve as a testament to the diligence, effort, and enthusiasm they have brought to the team throughout the season.
  • Boys JV Tennis
Max Gilbert
Last week at Rivers, the team found themselves tied at 4-4 with two games left. Battling through an injury and down 5-3, Max Gilbert fought his way back to win the second game and ultimately tilt the total games won toward St. George’s. SG ended up winning the match 6-4. Thank you, Max  for your perseverance and hard work.
  • Boys Varsity Tennis
Ridgely Kelly
Co-captain Ridgely Kelly took charge of his situation late in Saturday’s match against Belmont Hill when it truly mattered most. While other members of the team had crawled their way back into a match that saw Belmont take early points, he too fought through a close second set to send his match to a third, where he was able to overcome an early deficit to win the 10-point breaker, 10-8, and keep the team's dream alive. Like a true veteran and captain, he put his team in a position to win -- something that was most appreciated by his teammates and coach.
  • Girls JV Tennis
Hallie Noland & Hope Seiler
Hope Seiler and her doubles partner, Hallie Noland won their first set 6-4 but struggled initially on their second. After being down in the second 2-5, they realized that they needed to step up their game and started playing more aggressively and hitting shots with greater purpose. They brought the set to a tiebreaker at 6-6. In the tiebreaker they kept their cool, not succumbing to the pressure and won 7-3. They communicated well with each other throughout the match and proved that you can come back from anything. The two points that they earned helped us to win the match 8-4.
  • Boys JV Lacrosse
Joshua Kwon
In Saturday's 10-1 win over Lawrence Academy, Josh was outstanding in net, collecting 10 saves, making several key clearing passes, and taking charge of the defense. Having never played goalie before, Josh has improved each game and the whole team appreciates his unselfishness for stepping up.
  • Track & Field
Alex O’Loughlin
At last Saturday’s track meet, Alex was asked to compete in two new and unfamiliar events: the pole vault and long jump. As an added challenge, the events were scheduled concurrently. Despite having to run back and forth between events to complete her attempts, she earned second place in the pole vault and with one jump, a first place mark of 14'5" in the long jump. Her enthusiasm for the sport is infectious, and the coaches look forward to her continued success and leadership on the track and in the field.
  • Girls Varsity Swimming
AJ Chicharro

AJ has been on a mission since the start of the season. She arrives at each practice ready to train. Over Winter Break, she was diligent about following the team practices. She is focused and determined on race day and has the results to show for it. Last week at our meet against Milton, AJ Chicharro swam two personal bests in the 200 individual medley (2:22.99) and 100 breaststroke (1:14.55). She was also a member of both the winning 200 medley and 400 freestyle relays.

  • Girls Varsity Basketball
Chiron Rose

Chiron has been key to the Dragons' success this week as they went 2-1 and improved to 8-5 on the season. She tallied 38 points, hitting clutch outside shots at times when the Dragons really needed it.  At only 5'6" she has been tasked with shutting down the opponent's post player, who often towers over her.  She has stepped up to this challenge, and through her strength and determination has held some talented players to single digits, an effort that has had a tremendous impact on the team's success. 

  • Boys Varsity Hockey
Gianni Rodriguez
With a 19 save shutout in Friday evening's 5-0 at BB&N and 44 saves on 45 shots faced in Saturday's 4-1 win over Pomfret, this SG senior goaltender backstopped the Dragons through two hard-fought wins to kick-off 2019, setting up the team to make a run as they enter the bulk of ISL play. Time and time again his steady demeanor served to quell SG's opponents' attack. The only thing cooler than his well-tailored burgundy gameday suit was his .984 save percentage on the weekend.
  • Boys Thirds Basketball
Owen Snyder

Owen has been a steady presence for the thirds basketball team all season. He is a great teammate who always brings a positive attitude and a solid work ethic to practice. Owen is a smooth shooter with a soft touch a real knack for putting the ball in the basket. Against Tabor last week, his deep three-pointer in overtime broke open a tie game and helped lead the thirds team to victory.

  • Girls Varsity Basketball
Leiya Stuart

Leiya was key to two road wins for Girls Varsity Basketball this weekend. She tallied 46 points in two games, including a clutch three-pointer to send Saturday's game into overtime. She has established herself as one of the best players in the league, and despite other teams swarming her constantly, is able to keep her composure and find a way to be effective. Her athleticism and tenacious defense are a force to be reckoned with.

  • Boys Varsity Hockey
Matthew Tartaglio

In Saturday's 4-2 road win over Millbrook this senior forward was the catalyst, factoring in all four SG tallies with three goals and one assist. His third-period hat trick overwhelmed the Mustangs and paced the way for the Dragons en route to the statement-making victory. His leadership and offensive prowess have proven essential early in the season and have given balance and depth to the SG scoring attack.

  • Girls JV Soccer
Caroline Froio

This Dragon has made positive strides all season, playing in various positions although making her biggest mark as center midfielder. In our game last week against Milton, Caroline fought for each ball, winning 50/50s in the air and keeping her head up in order to create plays down field. She has been increasingly hard working, vocal, and supportive on the field and therefore an asset to the team.

  • Boys Cross Country
Spencer Dellenbaugh

Saturday’s race and ISL victory over St. Sebastian’s was the last home meet for this Dragon. During his tenure on the team, Spencer has been the epitome of what the team stands for: hard work, camaraderie, and mental and physical toughness. He has battled our home course for four years, a track that proudly boasts the single toughest mile on any course in the ISL. He saved his best for last, running his best time ever and improving his Hilltop personal record by 33 seconds.

  • Varsity Football
Will Perik

In Saturday’s game against St. Mark’s, this Dragon proved to be a real warrior. Will played a full 48 minutes in the trenches, and although he doesn’t have a showy stat sheet, he blocked well on offense and opened paths for teammates on defense. In addition, he played on all special teams. Consistently outweighed by 50-80 lbs, he has battled all season and has improved each week.

  • Boys Thirds Soccer
Ryan Buckley

Ryan has brought consistent energy and 100% effort since the season started. He has overcome an injury, and his grit has helped his team in several close games

  • Girls Cross Country
Camryn Flessel

This Dragon has been a great addition to the girls cross country team. In the last few meters of the team’s race against Groton last week, Camryn kept pushing to the end and passed another runner on the final stretch. As the only third former on the team, she has quickly solidified her spot on the varsity ranks. She puts forth her best effort on and off the course and this has made her an inspiration to her teammates.

Team of the Week

Thanks to members of the girls varsity and JV programs who played in the Maddie Potts Invitational Tournament at Middletown on Sunday. Maddie was a senior at Chariho High School who tragically passed away on the field during a game against Middletown last September. Middletown Senior captain Kate Homer organized the fundraiser as her senior capstone project and SG competed against Portsmouth and Middletown in the round robin. Tiverton and Rogers also participated. It was a great day of soccer and the Potts family was on hand to see the joy brought together to celebrate Maddie’s legacy.

Thanks to: Kate Rogers, Alafair Cutler, Lilly Connell, Rayne Kayzee, Grace Tatirosian, Alex O’Loughlin, Maizy Nunes, Maya Bardorf, Brady Pattee, Pippa Shaw, Olivia Mastrangelo, Chiron Rose, Caroline Rios, Sion Park, Maya Florendo, Callie Holland and Peyton Mulhern. Coaches: Kate Farrell, Neile Golding and Sarah Mongan. Trainer: Jeff Nadeau offered volunteer coverage for the tournament on behalf of the RIATA.

  • Girls JV Soccer
Alafair Cutler

On and off the field, this Dragon has been an incredible support to her teammates and a player her coaches can rely on. Before the game last week against Nobles, Alafair and her fellow captains got the team together for a pregame pep-talk and it proved to be effective since the team won 4-1 and this player scored all four goals. Her positive energy, team first focus and work ethic have been quiet valuable all season.