Recent Results
Saturday, 02/17/2018
  Hockey - Boys JV
  vs. North Kingstown HS
W   |  5-2
  Hockey - Girls JV
  vs. Pomfret
W   |  4-2
  Swimming - Boys Varsity
  vs. Marianapolis Prep
W   |  80-60
  Swimming - Girls Varsity
  vs. Marianapolis Prep
W   |  83-53
  Squash - Girls Thirds
  vs. Groton
L   |  0-8
  Basketball - Girls JV
  vs. St. Mark's
W   |  44-25
  Basketball - Girls Varsity
  vs. St. Mark's
W   |  55-45
  Basketball - Boys Varsity
  vs. St. Mark's
W   |  72-65
  Basketball - Boys JV
  vs. St. Mark's
W   |  65-57
  Squash - Boys Thirds
  vs. Groton
W   |  7-1
  Hockey - Girls Varsity
  vs. Groton
W   |  2-1
  Hockey - Boys Varsity
  vs. Groton
L   |  1-7
Upcoming Games

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 02/05/2018 10:30AM
With the team match tied 3-3, Haydens's match was the last to go on court, with both teams and their collected parents and fans all watching. He came out on fire against a strong opponent and lost two very close games, putting him behind 0-2. However, a fierce competitiveness drove him to dig deeper and, in a dramatic back-and-forth battle, he won the next three games and sent the team into the semi-finals with the 4-3 win.

Boys Varsity Squash

With the team match tied 3-3, Haydens's match was the last to go on court, with both teams and their collected parents and fans all watching.  He came out on fire against a strong opponent and lost two very close games, putting him behind 0-2.  However, a fierce competitiveness drove him to dig deeper and, in a dramatic back-and-forth battle, he won the next three games and sent the team into the semi-finals with the 4-3 win.

Posted 02/02/2018 12:00PM
Harriet did a great job of being both a captain and a contributor to an exciting team win on Wednesday. Her ability to adapt to an opponent's strength and dig deep mentally in the fourth and fifth sets truly separates her from her competition. Her drive and dedication to improvement is an asset to the team.

Girls JV Squash

Harriet did a great job of being both a captain and a contributor to an exciting team win on Wednesday. Her ability to adapt to an opponent’s strength and dig deep mentally in the fourth and fifth sets truly separates her from her competition. Her drive and dedication to improvement is an asset to the team.

Posted 01/22/2018 11:00AM
Leiya averaged 20 pts per game last week, leading us to a big win over Lawrence Academy. She has been a consistent force on offense and has maintained composure in the toughest of games. She has proven to be a player who truly wants to learn and improve. We are lucky to have her!

Girls Varsity Basketball

Leiya averaged 20 pts per game last week, leading us to a big win over Lawrence Academy. She has been a consistent force on offense and has maintained composure in the toughest of games. She has proven to be a player who truly wants to learn and improve. We are lucky to have her!

A Coeducational Boarding and Day School for Grades 9 Through 12
St. George's School
372 Purgatory Road Middletown, Rhode Island 02842
401-847-7565
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