St George's School - Athletics - Girls Hockey Team Players

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  • Athlete of the Week
  • Varsity Football
Fritz Nottebohm

In last Saturday's victory over league rival Rivers, From his tackle position, Fritz helped lead an offensive line effort that saw the Dragons accumulate 440 total yards (270 on the ground) and 28 points. He was equally effective on defense, where SG shutout Rivers for the first three quarters, with Fritz playing a huge part at defensive end, making 5 tackles, including a QB sack and a blocked punt that led to an SG score. Fritz has improved each week and his steady play is a good sign of things to come.

  • Athlete of the Week
  • Boys JV Soccer
Donovan Frias ’23

Donovan, a third-former was instrumental in the JV Boys first victory of the season. In his first ever game as a Dragon, he was a shutdown defender, repeatedly disrupting Dexter’s offensive opportunities and he consistently initiated SG’s transition into the attack. He played with intensity, sportsmanship, and SG pride, and he even assisted on one of SG's six goals.

  • Athlete of the Week
  • Boys Varsity Soccer
Liam Rhatigan ’20

This senior captain is a hard working, lead by example striker for the Boys’ Varsity Soccer Team. Fast, strong, determined Liam Rhatigan has scored in each of our three games this season. He scored the winning goal against Marianapolis, tallied a hat trick against Dexter and solidified the win against St. Andrew's with our third goal in a tight game that the boys broke open in the second half for a 4-1 victory.

  • Athlete of the Week
  • Boys Varsity Swim & Dive
Tosan Obatoyinbo '22

Tosan Obatoyinbo '22 traveled to Tunisia, Africa, to represent Nigeria in the Junior Africa Swimming Championships. Tosan competed in three individual events the 50-meter free, 100-meter free, and 50-meter butterfly, finishing 18th, 28th, and 24th respectively.

Tosan was the top finisher for his country in the 50-meter fly and the second-place finisher for his country in the 100-meter free and 100-meter fly. As a result of his performance, Tosan has qualified for the Junior West African Games to be held in Guinea in early November.

  • 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.