Recent Results
Saturday, 05/26/2018
  Tennis - Girls Varsity
  vs. Middlesex
W   |  8-7   |  recap
  Baseball - Boys Varsity
  vs. Middlesex
W   |  7-4   |  recap
  Lacrosse - Girls JV
  vs. Middlesex
L   |  1-12   |  recap
  Lacrosse - Boys Varsity
  vs. Middlesex
L   |  6-17   |  recap
  Lacrosse - Boys JV
  vs. Middlesex
L   |  3-8   |  recap
  Tennis - Girls JV
  vs. Middlesex
W   |  5-1
  Tennis - Boys JV
  vs. Middlesex
L   |  1-7   |  recap
Friday, 05/25/2018
  Tennis - Boys Varsity
  vs. Middlesex
L   |  2-13   |  recap
  Lacrosse - Girls Varsity
  vs. Middlesex
L   |  2-13   |  recap
  Softball - Girls Varsity
  vs. Liberty Christian
W   |  24-1   |  recap
Wednesday, 05/23/2018
  Softball - Girls Varsity
  vs. B.C.A.
W   |  21-14
  Lacrosse - Boys Varsity
  vs. Thayer
L   |  9-16   |  recap
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Athletics at St. George’s

“I believe we have the proper perspective on athletics. We think students learn certain things playing sports that they won't learn anywhere else in terms of teamwork, dedication and sportsmanship. It’s an extension of what we do in the classroom.“

John Mackay, Dean of Afternoon Activities

Athletes of the Week
Posted 06/01/2018 03:00PM
Student athletes were recognized for achievements during the spring sports season

Athletics

 

The spring sports season is over and athletes have left the Hilltop either for the summer or to begin their college sport careers. Before they departed, Dragon athletes were recognized at Prize Assembly on May 27 and the Spring Athletic Awards were given out.

“The hum and clang of front diggers, trucks, and other machines outside the window of the athletic office all spring has made this season one of excitement for the future,” Athletic Director Rachel Horn said of ongoing construction for two new artificial turf athletic fields. “The amount of spirit and resilience the spring teams exhibited this spring was unmatched. Wins and losses, exciting comebacks, and heart wrenching one point losses. There is no doubt that we have made progress. Step by step, we will all continue to improve and grow as individual athletes and coaches, as teams, as citizens.”

Among the spring sports season highlights, SG retained the Diman Cup for the 16th year in a row. The sailing team traveled to San Diego in the final days of the season to compete for the Baker Trophy, placing ninth. The girls’ track team placed third out of 24 teams at the New England Preparatory School Track Association championship while Maddy Tregenza took first in the discus throw and Irem Tural placed first in high jump. The boys’ track team placed 12th at the same meet. Senior tennis player George Shepherd placed fourth in the New England Preparatory School Invitational Tennis Tournament.

The season’s Most Valuable Players were John Baldwin for golf; Peyton Mulhern for girls’ lacrosse; Matt Toner for boys’ lacrosse; Rachel Smithie for girls’ tennis; George Shepherd for boys’ tennis; Hailey Martin for softball; Quinn Cleary for baseball; Maddy Tregenza for girls’ track; Dima Piskun for boys’ track; and Matt Logue for sailing.

Andrew Parry and Rachel Smithie both won the 2018 Independent School League Excellence Awards. 

“None of this could happen, of course, without the help of several important people. A huge shout out to Mr. (Jeff) Nadeau and Ms. (Wendy) Drysdale, Mr. (James) Moran, Ms. (Danielle) Fleming and Mrs. (Katie) Roberts for all of the work you do. Thank you, Mr. (John) Mackay for coordinating the afternoon program as a whole and Dr. (Alixe) Callen for supporting us all,” Horn said. “Thank you to the students who work in the athletic offices daily, our team managers, and the fitness crew for timing games. Most importantly, thank you to the coaching staff and athletes whose hours of hard work, commitment to the school, and growth has been instrumental to the athletic program.”

To view the full list of Spring Athletic Awards, click here. To view the photo gallery of the athletic awards, click here.

Posted 05/22/2018 02:00PM
Follow the progress of two new athletic turf fields built on the Hilltop

Athletics

 

We’re pleased to announce that we’ve broken ground on our two new artificial turf athletic fields!

Construction began earlier this month north of Auchincloss Dormitory and Memorial Schoolhouse with the fields expected to be ready for play this fall when students arrive on campus after summer vacation.

In addition to the turf fields, the existing baseball field at Elliott Field will be reconstructed in the northwest corner of campus and will be ready for play in spring 2019.

To view the project’s progress, check out our photo gallery on Flickr.

Posted 05/21/2018 11:00AM
Beste has gone from a virtual novice to softball in her freshman year, to our starting third baseman as a senior. Her quick reflexes have made her a formidable defensive player on "the hot corner" and is also a solid hitter. Beste brings a positive attitude to practice each day which is much appreciated by players and coaches alike.

Girls Varsity Softball

Beste has gone from a virtual novice to softball in her freshman year, to our starting third baseman as a senior. Her quick reflexes have made her a formidable defensive player on “the hot corner” and is also a solid hitter. Beste brings a positive attitude to practice each day which is much appreciated by players and coaches alike.

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St. George's School
372 Purgatory Road Middletown, Rhode Island 02842
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