- Soccer beats StA
- Darion in his NYC uniform
- Career days for Matt Underhill and Johari Johnson
- Capital Lacrosse Invitational next Sunday
Not enough coverage of soccer, but here’s a WaPo story about the Bears win over StA.
Landon junior defender Brian Lossing (13) lines up a free kick during an IAC matchup against St. Albans in Bethesda. (Dillon Mullan/The Washington Post)
By Dillon Mullan September 29
As the second half wore on, the third-ranked St. Albans boys’ soccer team began to trap a tired Landon defense in its own end. Any balls cleared away were quickly returned back into the Bears box. Gaps between Landon defenders began to widen and invite through balls toward sophomore goalkeeper Alex Freed. It seemed that all the visiting Bulldogs needed in order to break the scoreless deadlock was a ball to bounce their way, but as an afternoon drizzle transformed into an early-evening downpour Tuesday in Bethesda, the ball was not bouncing.
Landon successfully frustrated St. Albans’s attack during regulation, and 45 seconds into overtime, the Bears ended the game with their first shot on target. After St. Albans cleared Landon forward Josh Meka’s cross off of the goal line, junior Jorge Dumenigo sent a one-time shot from 18 yards out sliding into the bottom corner for a 1-0 victory.
“When I saw the ball was cleared right to me, all I just thought was shoot, shoot, shoot. I did not think. I just wanted to place it in the corner. No power, just placement,” Dumenigo said. “You can’t really play many passes in conditions like this. You have to keep it on the ground. The rain makes it slick and just propels the ball past people.”
Landon (2-1-1, 1-1 Interstate Athletic Conference) came into the game well aware of the firepower possessed by St. Albans’s senior duo of Chris Fleischerand Nate Johnson after the pair combined for two goals and three assists in the Bulldogs’ two defeats of the Bears last season. Tuesday, Johnson led St. Albans from center back while Fleischer tried to pull the attacking strings from his advanced midfield position. St. Albans’s best chance came midway through the first half when Fleischer slipped a through ball to forward Jabari Wilbon, whose breakaway attempt was smothered by a charging Freed.
The 22 fouls called in just over 80 minutes of play prevented a genuine flow from developing, but St. Albans failed to take advantage of a number of free-kick opportunities from dangerous positions in the second half. Every time the Bulldogs whipped a cross into Landon’s box, the white gloves of Freed were there to preserve the shutout.
“I had to be alert in the tough conditions, definitely a slippery ball,” said Freed, who made seven saves in his fourth game starting in the Bears’ net. “I stayed calm and relaxed. I just had to focus and catch the ball. It’s cool and fun to play in the rain. It helps the ambiance of the game and makes it more entertaining.”
The win over St. Albans (4-1-1, 1-1 IAC) breaks Landon’s three-game losing streak to their IAC rivals and provides the Bears with confidence ahead of Friday’s matchup with arch-rival Georgetown Prep.
“I’m just going to try to keep this simple,” Dumenigo said. “It feels great.”
Darion Atkins (’11) as a New York Knick
Happy with the #5 for sure.
Nathan Bubes, BC hoops manager, “some of the best in breaking down film” per BC coach
Myles Allen (’12) University of Rochester Yellow Jackets lost to St. Lawrence 0-20. Myles did not play; injured?
Justin Cort (’14) and the Sewanee Tigers lost to Birmingham Southern 9-20.
Jules Desroches (’14) the Kenyon Lords lost to DePauw 16-38. Jules played and had a solo tackle.
Anthony Fullum (’14) and the William & Mary Tribe lost to Delaware 22-24
Johari Johnson (’15) Endicott College Gulls, beat MIT 31-27 with Johari starting, he picked up a career-high 88 yards rushing on 21 carries to go along with his one-yard touchdown run at the 7:29 mark of the second quarter to tie the game up at 14-14. Johnson also finished with a team-high 140 all-purpose yards (88 rushing, 25 receiving, 27 on a kickoff return).
Thanks to Regen Thomas for her post-game picture by of son Johari and Vincent Kindfuller. The Bears did not have contact during the game, we’re told.
Obai Kamara (’13), Davidson Wildcats lost to Valparaiso 35-42.
Vince Kindfuller (’12) The Engineers lost to Endicott 27-31.
Paul Padalino (’15) Richmond Spiders, beat Maine 48-17
Spencer Rauh (‘14) Stetson Hatters lost to Dayton 14-27.
Dominique Seagears (’15) Trinity College Bantams, crushed Williams 24-0 (their 2nd shutout). Domo is on the right.
Matt Underhill (’13) Washington & Lee beat Guilford 20-17 with the starting placekicker providing the margin of victory with a 51 yard field goal, Underhill’s kick was the longest field goal in W&L history. That was his second 3 pointer of the game. He also was 2/2on PATs, making him the Generals’ top scorer with 8 points .Matt’s 5 kickoffs averaged 55.4 yards with 2 touchbacks. W&L beat the #21 team in the country and the home team is undefeated, 4-0, their best starting record in 15 years. This picture of Matt is in his last year’s #; he’s #34 now.
Kolby Williams (’15) Richmond Spiders beat Maine 48-17 and Kolby played.
Jake Howard (’15), Cornell, lost to West Point 0-33.
Alex Norwinski (’15) and Trevor Wolf (’15) Sugarland Imperials . The team won two games. Trevor has 3 assists and Alex one in the team’s five games in which both played.
Some players learn by seeing. There is no better venue, more convenient location or better talent than the CLI at Landon next Sunday. This event honors Landon alumnus Mario St. George Boiardi whose inspired play as a Bear and with Cornell and whose life merit this honor and remembrance.
Capital Lacrosse Invitational to Feature Loyola, Cornell, PSU, UMBC
The Mario St. George Boiardi Foundation is pleased to announce that Loyola will be participating in the Fourth Annual Capital Lacrosse Invitational on NEXT Sunday, October 11th, 2015 in Bethesda, MD.
Loyola rounds out a field of four elite Division I lacrosse programs that also includes three teams returning from last year’s event: Cornell, Penn State, and UMBC. With the Greyhounds on board, the Boiardi Foundation is excited to have another local program with a strong lacrosse tradition at the CLI.
The Capital Lacrosse Invitational is a fall ball round robin event hosted by the Mario St George Boiardi Foundation at the Landon School in Bethesday, MD. Following a free youth clinic in the morning, each team will play 2 games. The schedule of events for the day is as follows:
8:30 am – 9:30 am: Free Youth Lacrosse Clinic
10:00 am – 11:30 am: Penn State vs. Loyola ** Cornell vs. UMBC
12:00 pm – 1:30 pm: UMBC vs. Penn State ** Loyola vs. Cornell
For more information, please visit www.capitallacrosseinvitational.org.
Aaron Béguelin (’15) Hamilton College rugby
Julius Kindfuller, Williams rugby
Garrett Pan Lehigh Mountain Hawks club, there is no site for the group this year.
Jack Sears (’13) Colby Mules beat the University of New England, 31-3, Jack, at flyhalf, scored the opening try
David Spiritos (’13) Northwestern Wildcats Rugby Union,
Culver Van Vleck, Tulane Rugby
[IF ANYONE CAN POINT ME TO LINKS FOR THE LEHIGH AND NU RUGBY TEAMS, IT WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED!!!]
Nick Diaz, Scott Powell (both L’13) and Taylor Diaz (’15) Allegheny College Gators beat Wittenberg 2-1 in 2 OT. Nick and Scott started, both put a shot on goal and Scott scored a goal.
Richard Huber (’12), Sewanee Tigers, lost to Oglethorpe 1-6 with Richard playing.
Aiden Kelso (‘13) Connecticut Camels had no games,
Varsity Football Opponents Scores/Records
|High Point [1-3]||v. Duval on 10/5|
|Walt Whitman [2-3]||V L Northwest 7-42|
|Loyola Blakefield [3-3]||v. L to Spalding
|Riverdale Baptist School[3-3]||v. L v. GP 7-21|
|Bethesda-Chevy Chase[1-4]||v. L v. Landon 14-30|
|St. Stephen’s &St. Agnes [3-2]||v. L v. Bishop Ireton 0-21|
|Episcopal High School[2-0]||v. EHS web, game was cancelled|
|Georgetown Prep[3-1]||v. W v. Riverdale 21-7|
|Bullis School[1-2]||v. game was cancelled|
|St. Albans School[1-3]||v. L to Flint Hill 0-21|