BearSportsNews Sunday Edition 09.24.2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bears getting some respect

 

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Soccer ranked #7 (by WaPo) after wins
  • Football ranked # 25 in Maryland by MaxPreps
  • Water Polo is in Philly at the Beast of the East tournament
  • Cross Country ranked #24 by Cross Country
  • Bears making trax in college football, soccer and water polo

o   Seagears has a pick six for the Bantams!!!

  • Bears making trax in professional basketball

o   Darion starts in Strasburg

o   Sam hits the ice for the Minnesota Wild preseason.

INSIDE THE WHITE ROCKS

 

 

 

 

 

 

The White Rocks have more significance to Bears of a certain age. There was a time when the consequence of bad behavior was a Saturday morning travel to 6101 to paint the

 

o   Fall Sports

–   Varsity Cross Country— in a triangular meet at Geo Prep (Boys’ Latin) the Bears came in 2nd Place 38 points

–   Varsity Football— had a bye week, but MaxPreps ranked the Bears as #25 in Maryland AND Mac Hollensteiner received offers from join Holy Cross (with Mark Ebo) and Bryant.

–    Rugby—no news, Landon.net does not even show a schedule any more.

–   Varsity Soccer—After the in over the DeMatha team, Coach Reed traveled to Philadelphia to play NJ powerhouse Delran H.S. (NJ) in a 0-0 tie @ United Sports Training Center (PA), thanks to Alex Freed, ’18, our goalkeeper, was the hero for us today.  Had to make a sterling 1 v 1 save from inside the six yard box with less than two minutes to play. The Bears played The Heights on the next day and lost 0-1. WaPo recognized Landon’s superior performance  in that 3-sided competition (Heights lost to DM, Landon beat DM and the Bears lost to the Heights) to rank them # 7. To finish this week, Landon then beat McNamara 5-0

–   Water Polo—Coach Bartman’s team is competing in the Beast of the East

 

 

BEAR TRACKS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fall Sports

 

 

o   Football (10)

o   Jules Desroches (L14) DL, Kenyon College Lords (0-4) lost to Wittenberg 11-48; played and had a solo tackle  
  • Paul Padalino (L14), LB, Richmond Spiders (2-2), lost to ELON 33-38
  • Kolby Williams (L14), LB, Richmond SPIDERS (2-2), lost to Elon 33-38
  • Dominque Seagears (L14), CB, Trinity Bantams, (2-0) beat Bates 51-0, started and had a pick six (13 yards) and earned a TFL.
  • Joe Gagnon (L16) DL, Washington & Lee (2-1); had a bye week.
  • Mark Ebo, (L16), DL, College of the Holy Cross, Crusaders (2-1), lost to Dartmouth 20-27 (o/t) Mark played had 1solo
  • Keith Simms, (L16), LB, University of Oregon Ducks (2-1) lost to Arizona State 35-37, dnp, redshirt?  HAPPY BIRTHDAY
  • Maanik Lal (L17), Bucknell University (1-0); LB; beat Sacred Heart 34-31, dnp
  • Jack Porter (L17), Dickinson College (1-3), WR, lost to JHU 10-41, played.

o   Golf

o   No golf action–John Kalavritinos (l17) at Bucknell, Evan Katz (L17)at Duke and Mike Blasey (L16) at Davidson.

 

o   Rugby (3)   MORE?

Nick Blasey (L16) scrum half for the 2nd XV/b side at Dartmouth Rugby Football Club 1st game 9/23 Harvard

Wesley Pan (L16) VA Tech (3-0) played Georgetown 9/9

Ben Goodfriend (L16) Washington University Griffins, St. Louis

o   Soccer  (2)

o   Taylor Diaz (L15), Allegheny College Gators (3-5). lost to Carnegie Mellon 0-4, played; lost to Dennison 2-3 played.

o   Charles Branche III (L16), Ohio Wesleyan University Battling Bishops (5-3), Beat Case Western 1-0 started. Beat Oberlin 4-1 started and had a shot.

Water Polo (2)

o   Rahul Gill (L16), Connecticut College Camels, 1-5 lost 8-13 to Mercyhurst and won 18-15 win over McKendree.

o   Isher Gill, (L16), GWU Colonials (6-4) GW 13, Mercyhurst 8, Isher has 1 goal and 1 assist and 1 steal.

Winter Sports

o   Basketball

 

Darion Atkins (L 11) SIG Strasburg, France season starts October 3,2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

o   NHL

Sam Anas (L ) Minnesota Wild played in preseason match against Colorado Avalanche.

 

 

 

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BearSportsNews Sunday Edition 09.17.2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE BEARS ASSERTING THEMSELVES

 

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Soccer beats WaPo #3 DeMatha 3-0
  • Football beats MIAA B Boys’ Latin 21-20
  • Water Polo’s Big Bear Classic– ?
  • Cross Country came in 2nd in its own Classic
  • Bears making trax in college football, golf, rugby, soccer, water polo and lacrosse
    • o   Seagears the poster boy for Trinity’s opening game

      o   Katz “shines” in his first Duke golf match

      o   Halm is featured by St. Joseph’s lacrosse

 

INSIDE THE WHITE ROCKS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

o   Fall Sports

–   Varsity Cross Country—the running Bears next contest is its Classic on 9/16.

–   Varsity Football—Coach Paladino again played an MIAA team, this time Boys Latin. A suspenseful battle saw the Bears stop a two point conversion in the last seconds to hold onto a 21-20 win.

–   Varsity Soccer—Coach Reed’s report on the WIN over the Stags

  • The guys were a little quiet, and a little nervous, before kickoff, but that faded quickly.  Burke McLaughlin got free down the right side, early, and clipped one over their GK for a clean header for Noah Hannam, 1 – 0 by the 3:00.  Less than two minutes later, Zach Johnson got a ball into his feet at the top of the 18 box, shook his mark, and rolled the ball back across the face of goal to a waiting Noah Hannam, 2 – 0 by the 5:00.

The coaches were in shock and the boys were all over each other.  Things settled down a little bit, but DeMatha had to chase the game.  In the 64:00, Drew Parker skinned his marker on the left wing and rolled the ball into Zach Johnson’s path at midfield; he carried for 50+ yards with a defender draped all over him and finished, 3 – 0.  In all honesty, there could have been more.

On Saturday the team will play in an invite-only showcase event, the Mainline Friendlies, to play 2016 NJ State Semi-Finalist Delran HS in front of 70+ college coaches.  Haverford College is hosting and my sense is that colleges are now creating these types of events to give private schools with solid academics a chance to play.  Sort of a stick in the eye gesture the out-of-control club soccer scene.  Going to this event on a weekend is a heavy lift for our boys, but it’s hard to argue with the opportunity, win, lose, or draw.  We’ll have a team dinner after checking in and then they’ll be confined to quarters and I’m mandating that they bring their homework.  We’ll see how that plays

–   Water Polo—Coach Bartman’s team held the Big Bear Classic

  • PLUS–USA Water Polo has named Landon seniors Maxim Kapelina ’18 (pictured left) and Tyler Sweeney ’18 (right) to the 2016–17 Academic All-America team in recognition of their excellence in the classroom and in the pool.

 

 

 

 

 

 

To qualify for the honor, the boys had to earn a minimum 3.6 out of 4.0 grade point average (GPA) and play in a Junior Olympics or national water polo event. This is Maxim’s second straight year on the Academic All-America team, while Tyler’s 4.0 GPA earned him “Outstanding Achiever” status. Both boys — along with fellow Bears Ford Bruggen ’20, Aidan Byrne ’20 and Finn Byrne ’23 — competed in the Junior Olympics tournament in Orange County, California, this summer.

“There are intense training and time commitments in water polo, but these guys still keep their academics at a very high level — and that’s something I want all my players to strive for,” said varsity water polo Head Coach Walt Bartman, who is also chair of Landon’s Visual Arts Department. “It’s important to be a scholar-athlete, not just an athlete.”

o   One of the goals of the BSN Sunday Edition is to expose the multi-faceted nature of the Bear athletes. In addition to seeking athletic excellence, these young men have attained high level performances in the arts and music. Virtue , a new Landon publication (virtute et non vie, the school’s Motto in Latin- once used here to describe a hockey win over an overly physically opponent), shows the graphic, sculptural and poetic talents of the Lower, Middle and Upper School students, many of who play sports at high levels). VERY PROUD to be a BEAR!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BEAR TRACKS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fall Sports

o   Football (10)

Jules Desroches (L14) DL, Kenyon College Lords (0-3) lost to Wabash 7-62 ; dnp

 Paul Padalino (L14), LB, Richmond Spiders (2-1), beat Howard 68-21

Kolby Williams (L14), LB, Richmond SPIDERS (2-1), beat Howard 68-21

Dominque Seagears (L14), CB, Trinity Bantams, (1-0) Colby  35-0, started and recorded a solo tackle PLUS, he was the poster boy for the game!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Joe Gagnon (L16) DL, Washington & Lee (1-1); beat Claremont-Seeley-Mudd in California

Mark Ebo, (L16), DL, College of the Holy Cross, Crusaders (2-1), beat UNH 51-26 Mark played had 1solo

Keith Simms, (L16), LB, University of Oregon Ducks (3-0); beat  Wyoming 49-13 , dnp, redshirt?

Maanik Lal (L17), Bucknell University (1-0); LB; lost to William & Mary

Jack Porter (L17), Dickinson College (1-2), WR, beat Gettysburg 24-21, dnp.

  • Golf
  • Evan Katz (L17), Duke  in the Rod Myers Invitational at the Duke University Golf Club,”shined in his first tournament as Blue Devils.Katz snared a pair of eagles in his second round of play, as well as a quartet of birdies on his way to a six-under 66 after shooting a 77 (+5) in round one. The Washington D.C. local finished Saturday tied for 21st.”

 

o   Rugby (3)   MORE?

Nick Blasey (L16) scrum half for the 2nd XV/b side at Dartmouth Rugby Football Club 1st game 9/23 Harvard

Wesley Pan (L16) VA Tech (3-0) played Georgetown 9/9

Ben Goodfriend (L16) Washington University Griffins, St. Louis

o   Soccer  (2)

Taylor Diaz (L15), Allegheny College Gators (3-3). beat Baldwin Wallace 3-2 played; lost to PSU Behrend 0-2, played

Charles Branche III (L16), Ohio Wesleyan University Battling Bishops (3-2), beat Ohio Northern 3-2 started and in a 2O/T loss to John Carroll (4-5) made a game-saving header/save [credited to “team”] (Word Press would not take the IMG); so here is an annotated freeze picture

 

 

 

 

 

 

o   Sprint Football (1)

Jacob Howard (L14) WR/K, Cornell Big Red; 1st game 9/22

o   Water Polo (2)

Rahul Gill (L16), Connecticut College Camels, 0-3 lost to  Iona

Isher Gill, (L16), GWU Colonials (5-3), lost to Harvard and Brown; beat Salem International 16-11, Isher has 1 goal and 1 assist and 1 steal.

 

 

 

 

 

 

o   Spring Sports

 

T Halm (L’17) introduced by the St. Joseph’s

#33 Thomas Halm . M . 6-2 . 200 . Olney, Md. . Landon School . Business

Administration

Halm led the Landon School to the 2017 national title as the squad became

the first in program history to go 21-0. A two-time IAC champion, the

midfielder led his squad to a three-year record of 57-6. The Olney, Maryland

native also lettered in football, basketball, and wrestling at the Landon

School.

 

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LANDON BEARS 21 BOYS’ LATIN 20

For the second week in a row, the Bears played an MIAA team. Fortunately, it’s the last game with Baltimore referees (enough said). This game required a bus trip to Lake Avenue to play the 1-1 Lakers (since the school was founded in 1844, they must have originated “Laker” as a nickname).

The visitors took the opening kickoff and like the last visit to BL, the home team has a strong legged kicker—the ball flew into the end zone. The Bears grossed 19 yards in 6 plays, but punted.

The Lakers ran the ball twice for zero gain. On the next play Terrance Bridgers separated the runner from the ball and recovered the fumble. Landon took the ball on its own 40. Three plays and a penalty forced the visitors to punt. The Bear D stymied the Lakers, especially a TFL by Joshua Chapman and the black jerseys had to punt.

A nice run by Tyler Smith (+6) set up a 2nd and 4 yards. The next play was an electric 54 TD run by John Geppert @2:35. The team of Tom Kenary (LS), Tommy Baldwin (holder) and Davis Walker converted the PAT to make it 7-0.

Davis put the ball into the end zone to start a BL possession. The 13 play series by the Lakers O was stopped by successive TFLs by JD Desroches and then Alex Hagerup. It also moved the game into the 2nd Q.

In this second stanza, the Bears O held the ball for six plays and resulted in another punt by John G. The Lakers drove 34 yards in 7 plays, setting up a 1st and Goal at the 8. The BL snap was low, and the QB did not control it. Fortunately, Zayd Delane recovered the errant prolate spheroid.

Landon incurred two successive penalties to start this possession and eventually a long Bear pass was caught by a Laker. Their offense moved the ball effectively, but the home team returned the turnover favor with a pass which Archie Ross caught.

The Bears ate up the remaining 87 seconds to bring it to the midgame rest period.

HALFTIME BEARS 7 LAKERS 0

Taking the 2nd half kickoff, the BL team maintained possession for eight plays and 3:00 on the clock.

The Bears first drive of the 3rd period resulted in a TD. Big gainer- a John G to Joey Epstein 24 yard pass in which Joey ran over several Laker tacklers. The goal scoring run was a ½ yard plunge by John G @ 5:05. The PAT team converted to make the score BEARS 14 LAKERS 0

The home team gained some momentum from a good kick return plus a Bear penalty. A 32 yard pass got the Lakers on the board at 5:55. A good PAT narrowed the margin to       BEARS 14 LAKERS 7

The home team stiffened its D and forces a 3andOUT for the visitors. BL, with a short field, tried a 21 yard pass into its end zone, but LB Joey dropped deep and tipped the ball. Jaleni Machen ran the ball for a good return, but a flag pushed the placement of the ball back. On 4th down the snap eluded the punter. There were two forward passes on the broken play and every referee threw their flags.

BL had a VERY short field and tied the game in two plays. Bears 14 Lakers 14 at 9:36

The visitors held the ball for 4 minutes and eleven plays. HIGHLIGHTS: a John G to Tommy Baldwin 24 yard pass completion; a Zayd run for eleven. The last 13 yards were covered by two successive John G runs. TD #3 for John @ 5:47. PAT good Bears 21 Lakers 24

The home team responded with their best drive – 75 yards in 12 plays. [in that sequence, Terrance ran through two BL blockers to earn a TFL.] The TD, according to witnesses, hit the Laker’s hand, but popped out immediately. The referees signaled a BL TD at 1:17 remaining. The Lakers took a time out to set up a 2 point play for the win. The QB rolled to his left, dodging a number of Bears. John G, who had lined up on the opposite side forced a rush passed for an incompletion.

 

Two Bear plays brought the clock to 0:00

FINAL SCORE BEARS 21 LAKERS 20

NEXT GAME HOME ON 9/28 vs, St. Christopher’s, Richmond, VA (2-0; plays Woodberry Forest  9/16 and Norfolk Academy 9/23)

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Bears 21 BL 20

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BearSportsNews Sunday Edition 09.10.2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE BEARS ARE LOOKING GOOD!!

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Soccer beats WCAC power Gonzaga 4-0
  • Football beats MIAA B St. Mary’s of Annapolis 34-24
  • Bears making trax in college football (Bear v. Bear; Ebo v. Lal), rugby, soccer, water polo and ice hockey

INSIDE THE WHITE ROCKS

 

 

 

 

o   Fall Sports

–   Varsity Cross Country—the running Bears next contest is its Classic on 9/16.

–   Varsity Football—Coach Padalino’s offense scored 34 points for the 2nd week in a row over St. Mary’s of Annapolis away. The score of 34-24 also benefitted from a tough Bear D. Boys Latin on Friday away.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Varsity Soccer—Coach Reed’s team took on the Purple Eagles of Eye Street 4-0 getting two goals from Noah Hannam,  Parker Lotstein (1) and Nico Kenary(1). This week Sidwell Friends (9/12, A) and DeMatha (9/15 A).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

–   Water Polo—Coach Bartman’s team has had 12 matches; the Landon.net site shows 1 win and 1 loss.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fall Sports

 

 

o   Football (10)

Jules Desroches (L14) DL, Kenyon College Lords (0-2) lost to Oberlin 10-31; Jules played and had 5 solo’s and 2.0 TFL for 18 yards. Jules was the sack leader and his solo’s were higher than the linemen who started.

Paul Padalino (L14), LB, Richmond Spiders (1-1), beat Colgate 20-17

Kolby Williams (L14), LB, Richmond SPIDERS (1-1), beat Colgate 20-17

Dominque Seagears (L14), CB, Trinity Bantams, 1st game Colby 9/16.

Joe Gagnon (L16) DL, Washington & Lee (1-1); bear Sewanee 63-30 played

Mark Ebo, (L16), DL, College of the Holy Cross, Crusaders (1-1), beat Bucknell 20-0; Mark played had 1 assist

Keith Simms, (L16), LB, University of Oregon Ducks (2-0) ; beat  Nebraska 44-21, dnp, redshirt?

Maanik Lal (L17), Bucknell University (1-0); LB; beat Marist 45-6

Jack Porter (L17), Dickinson College (0-2), WR, lost to Muhlenberg 6-25, dnp, but in a JV game, played and caught this  pass.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

o   Rugby (3)   MORE?

Nick Blasey (L16) scrum half for the 2nd XV/b side at Dartmouth Rugby Football Club 1st game 9/16 Cornell

Wesley Pan (L16) VA Tech (3-0) played Georgetown 9/9

Ben Goodfriend (L16) Washington University Griffins, St. Louis

o   Soccer  (2)

Taylor Diaz (L15), Allegheny College Gators (2-2).  played against Pitt Bradford (1-0)), 1 SOG; played in loss to Grove City (1-3)

Charles Branche III (L16), Ohio Wesleyan University Battling Bishops (2-1), played in win over Millikin 4-1

o   Sprint Football (1)

Jacob Howard (L14) WR/K, Cornell Big Red; 1st game 9/22

o   Water Polo (2)

Rahul Gill (L16), Connecticut College Camels, 0-2 both losses against MIT—no information on CC website.

Isher Gill, (L16), GWU Colonials (4-1), beat W&J (19-3), Salem International (21-3), lost to UCLA (20-4), beat Iona (18-11) and the 9/9 matches against Harvard and Brown have not been reported yet. Isher has 1 goal on 3 attempts, 1 assist and I steal. Colonials are ranked 18th. Isher is on roster as redshirt Freshman.

Winter Sports

o   Ice Hockey

 

 

 

 

Though the Iowa Wild’s season does not start until October, Sam Anas recently played at the Kettler Ice Center with some of the Caps in a practice. Sam is in the foreground (green jersey) looking out to  Ovechkin (left green jersey) with Johansson and Orlov skating with  Holtby in nets.

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Landon Football 34 St. Mary’s 24

A normal high school football game, on stop time, runs 48 minutes. The elapsed time usually consumes 120 minutes. The Friday night lights game took 180 minutes. The reason? The referees called 39 penalties for a total of about 300 yards. Yes, there were an unusual number of mistakes by both teams (Landon’s total penalties were in excess of about 300 yards). A pace of a penalty almost every minute of the game is not ordinary.

The Bears played sound offense and defense for all 4 quarters. The Saints tried to run, with no yardage gained and attempted passes, one completed; one incomplete. [one penalty against the home team]. After a punt, Landon gained 15 yards on the ground [each team incurred a penalty—no more notes on the refs.]. The Bears punted.

SMS had the ball for 5 plays, but after a nice pass, a Landon DB (missed the #) separated the ball from the receiver with a jarring tackle. Jalen Williams recovered the ball. Four plays took the visitors 47 yards into the end zone with the last 28 yards a pass from John Geppert to Tommy Baldwin for a TD @ 2:12. Austin Schnider snap to Tommy Baldwin whose hold resulted in a PAT conversion by Davis Walker to make it Bears 7 Saints 0

The home team was forced to punt after 3 plays. Two plays by the Bears ended the 1st Quarter.

That was the beginning of a 74 yard drive highlighted by a 16 yard run by Jaleni Machen and a TD run of the same distance by John G @11:11 with a successful PAT to make it 14-0.

The next SMS series was marked by a pass break up by Mo Sillah and a TFL by Joey Epstein. The home team was forced to punt. The Bears were unable to move the ball and has to punt from their own 29, giving the Saints their best field possession.

In spite of an exceptional knocking down of a pass by Chazz Harley, the Saints drove to a first-and-goal from the 1 yard line. The Bear D line rose up and forced a field goal which was successful to make it Bears 14 Saints 3 @ 9:04 of Q2.

The Saints’ kick-off went out of bounds, but Coach Padalino did not take the penalty for good reason. The 2nd kick went to Jelani M and he sprinted and juked his way down the field 75 yards. That promising field position was negated by a fumble. Landon’s D rose to the occasion—Joey knocking down a pass, Jalen had a TFL and then Jalen intercepted a pass.

A couple of Bear mistakes ran out the 2nd Q.

HALFTIME BEARS 14 SAINTS 3

The first drive by Landon stalled and resulted in a punt. The Saints went 3 and out. The visitors needed two plays, actually only one pass, to cover the 48 yards to score. A run for 0 yards was followed by a John G to Archie Ross TD pass @ 4:53. A blocked PAT made it Bears 20 Saints 3.

The Saints QB threw a nice pass, but Tejon Ford read its path better than the intended receiver, intercepted it and returned it to the 24 yard line. On 4th down (the previous three gained net +2), John G dodged the rush, zoomed past the LBs and entered the end zone @ 2:28 with the PAT, the margin increased to 27-3.

The home team again found a Bear defender at the end of a forward pass; again, Tejon was the unintended receiver and he returned it to the SMS 20 (about a 28 yard return). The next play took the game into Q4  

A John G to Tyler Smith pass covering 10 yards made the score, with a PAT, 34-3 @11:01.

Coach Padalino and his assistants made numerous substitutions on both sides of the ball. Much to the home team’s credit, they did not give up and scored three times (the last @0:02) in the remaining time.

 

FINAL SCORE BEARS 34 SAINTS 24

 

For every season, an editorial policy statement is republished. Last night’s conditions—bad sight lines, very confusing communications and a Bear roster which is new and deep—make its inclusion MOST appropriate. If there are any errors, PLEASE LET ME KNOW, and corrections will be published.  

(a) the content is mine, does not reflect the opinion of Landon, Coach Padalino or anyone directly related to Landon,

(b) any errors that may exist are mine, inadvertent and correctable (please let me know and I will make ALL corrections);

(c) the author (me) is a huge disciple of the Landon team concept and that I will do everything that I can do to mention all of the players; however, universal coverage is not really possible through this medium. If someone believes that a player or group should receive greater attention, I am open to such suggestions. I will not mention referees at any time and will limit references to the opposition.

(d) that BSN is a volunteer publication and that as the editor, publisher, statistician and writer [me], I am all too fallible and I apologize in advance for any error.

 

 

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BearSportsNews Sunday Edition 09.03.2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE BEARS ARE BACK!!!

[technically not until Tuesday, not to belabor a point]

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Football beats Vikings in 1st game of the season
  • Soccer beats NC powerhouse
  • X-country places 3rd in interstate classic
  • Bears making trax in college football, rugby, soccer and water polo

INSIDE THE WHITE ROCKS

 

 

 

 

 

o   Fall Sports

–   Varsity Cross Country—Coach Hunt’s runners placed 3rd in the Interstate Classic at Clear Spring Classic. They totaled 87points led by #12. Jace Menendez @ 17:51.4 and #13. Kevin Tsai @17:52.6. They host the Landon Classic on 9/16.

–   Varsity Football—Coach Padalino’s team played well in a 34-0 win over WWHS. Both lines took care of business against Whitman. The “skill” positions showed speed on both sides of the ball. The RBs hit the holes quickly and showed balance after opponents’ contact. The defensive perimeter played solid coverage plus their tackles were true to their preseason training- solid and safe. St. Mary’s next Friday; scouting report at above link.

 

 

 

 

 

 

–   Varsity Soccer—Coach Reed’s team played the NC soccer powerhouse Bishop McGuinness [4-0-1 in 2017]( lost in NC state Championship games the last 3 years) and beat them 1-0.

Coach has high expectations for this experienced (18 seniors) and talented squad:

#5  Burke McLaughlin, ’18:  committed to Denison University (Div III)

#17  Allan Kupka, ’18:  committed to Denison University

#11  Drew Parker, ’18:  has offers from Longwood University (Div I), N.Y.U. (Div III), and Denison;

#12  Nico Kenary, ’18:  has an offer from Lafayette College (Div I), and another from Denison and Amherst College (Div III)

#7  Michael Branche, ’18:  is being pursued by Temple University, and has received interest from Drexel, La Salle, and Fordham (all Div I); was MVP at the Temple ID camp this summer and made the All-Star team at the EXACT ID camp in Chicago, also this summer.

#26  Noah Hannam, ’18:  committed to Middlebury College (Div III)

#24 Parker Lotstein, ’18:  has an offer from Haverford College, still considering his options.

Parker Lotstein, Peter Gilbert, Allan Kupka, and Zach Johnson (UMichigan lacrosse commit) are the captains.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bear Brain trust– soccer.

–   Water Polo—Coach Bartman’s team has had 12 matches; the Landon.net site shows 1 win and 1 loss.

 

BEAR TRACKS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fall Sports

 

every fall a list of players is posted here early in the season to identify BEARS who are playing this season—

PLEASE EMAIL WITH ANY MISSING BEARS (sandy_murdock@yahoo.com)

 

o   Football (10)

Jules Desroches (L14) DL, Kenyon College Lords (0-1) lost to Sewanee 20-45; Jules played and had 3A’s and1 TFL

 Paul Padalino (L14), LB, Richmond Spiders (0-1), lost to Sam Houston 34-48

Kolby Williams (L14), LB, Richmond SPIDERS (0-1) , lost to Sam Houston 34-48

Dominque Seagears (L14), CB, Trinity Bantams, 1st game Colby 9/16.

Joe Gagnon (L16) DL, Washington & Lee (0-1); lost to JHU (29-32 in O/T)

Mark Ebo, (L16), DL, College of the Holy Cross, Crusaders (0-1), lost to U Conn 20-27; Mark played had 2 solo tackles and 1 TFL

Keith Simms, (L16), LB, University of Oregon Ducks 1-0) ; beat  Southern Utah 77-21

Maanik Lal (L17), Bucknell University (1-0); LB; beat Marist 45-6

Jack Porter (L17), Dickinson College (0-1), WR, lost to Randolph-Macon 6-41, played

o   Rugby  (3)   MORE?

Nick Blasey (L16) scrum half for the 2nd XV/b side at Dartmouth Rugby Football Club

Wesley Pan (L16) VA Tech (3-0)

Ben Goodfriend (L16) Washington University Griffins, St. Louis

_______Swensrud (L?) Claremont Mudd Scripps

o   Soccer   (3)

 

Taylor Diaz (L15), Allegheny College Gators (1-1).  played against King (2-0), 1 SOG; Scranton (1-3) played

Charles Branche III (L16), Ohio Wesleyan University Battling Bishops (1-1) ,  Calvin (1-2); Hope (2-1)

A.J. Miele (L16) Dickinson Red Devils (2-0), William Patterson (4-1); Morrisville (8-2) [no longer on roster?]

 

 

o   Sprint Football (1)

Jacob Howard (L14) WR/K, Cornell Big Red; 1st game 9/22

 

o   Water Polo (2)

Rahul Gill (L16), Connecticut College Camels, 1st match 9/9

Isher Gill, (L16), GWU Colonials (1-0), beat Navy; Colonials are ranked 18th. Isher is on roster as redshirt Freshman.

 

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Landon 34 Walt Whitman 0 plus St. Mary’s scouting report

 

 

 

 

 

 

On a day perfect for football, many of the visitors walked the mile to Triplett Field at Bordley Stadium. The Vikings’ drumline added to the expectation and the Bears Students section (before school started!!!) running over the hill signified that it was game time. WWHS won the toss and selected to defer. In retrospect, that was a bad call (20/20 hindsight has perfect vision). The teams lined up for the kickoff, both squads being undefeated (1st game) and full of expectation.

The ball went into the air, fell into Jelani Machen outstretched arms, he accelerated and 90 yards/ 0:13 on the clock later, the junior had scored a TD. The Austen Schnider (LS) to Tommy Baldwin (holder) to Davis Walker (PK) combination converted the PAT to make the score Bears 7 Vikings 0 @ 11:47

Walker’s kickoff started the visitors at their own 17 and on 2nd down Alex Hagerup tackled the WWHS QB for a loss. Two plays later the blue and black punted.

The Bears started their 1st drive at their own 48. Runs by Jelani M, John Geppert, Zayd Delane and one other (? let me know who was missed) brought the ball 47 yards. The O line was impressive; the blocking schemes requi

On a day perfect for football, many of the visitors walked the mile to Triplett Field at Bordley Stadium. The Vikings’ drumline added to the expectation and the Bears Students section (before school started!!!) running over the hill signified that it was game time. WWHS won the toss and selected to defer. In retrospect, that was a bad call (20/20 hindsight has perfect vision). The teams lined up for the kickoff, both squads being undefeated (1st game) and full of expectation.
The ball went into the air, fell into Jelani Machen outstretched arms, he accelerated and 90 yards/ 0:13 on the clock later, the junior had scored a TD. The Austen Schnider (LS) to Tommy Baldwin (holder) to Davis Walker (PK) combination converted the PAT to make the score Bears 7 Vikings 0 @ 11:47
Walker’s kickoff started the visitors at their own 17 and on 2nd down Alex Hagerup tackled the WWHS QB for a loss. Two plays later the blue and black punted.
The Bears started their 1st drive at their own 48. Runs by Jelani M, John Geppert, Zayd Delane and one other (? let me know who was missed) brought the ball 47 yards. The O line was impressive; the blocking schemes require excellent timing. A 1st game for this line – Alex, Josh Chapman, Greg Johnson (L’20), Tomas Kenary, Mac Hollensteiner and Tommy—executed with the precision and coordination of the extraordinary Landon Handbells, only a lot more physically. John G moved the ball the final five yards for a TD @6:41. The PAT team converted to make it 14-0.
The Vikings O tried to contend with the Bears’ swift, hard hitting (throughout the game, Landon’s D laid made some strong tackles showing the value of the preseason proper technique training). Another punt from the team on Whittier returned the prolate spheroid to the home team with 4:36 remaining in the 1st period.
Landon was on offense for seven plays. A very nice TD pass was called back on a penalty and after two more downs the Bears had to punt. John G’s spiral kick hit the Viking as a host of brown clad players arrived, causing a fumble. Mitch Laughlin grabbed the ball and sprinted into the end zone. Unfortunately, the rules prohibit advancing a “muffed punt catch”; so, no score then. Starting 12 yards from the home team’s goal line a pass and the 4 yard run by Joey Epstein resulted in another TD; this one @ 11:34. The PAT missed and the scoreboard read 20-0.
Davis Walker’s kickoff put the Vikings 90 yards from their intended destination. The Bears’ D was not in a giving mood. Alex blocked a pass and Joey had a TFL. The WWHS punt set up a short field for Landon.
A ten play series (7:18 to 3:31) resulted in the 4th TD for the Bears. Runs by John G, Joey, Tejon Ford and Bryce Baylor covered the requisite distance. On one play, John G was being tackled by a bunch of WWHS defenders, but the quick-witted QB tossed the ball to Joey who sprinted to gain a net +12 yards. The last 14 yards were gained by John G for a TD @ 3:31. The PAT was good to make it Bears 27 Vikings 0
A WWHS four and out was a predicate to another punt. The Landon D combines size and speed—upfront: Josh, T Bridgers and JD Deroches; LBs- Joey and Zayd; secondary—Jalen Williams, Tejon, Archie Russ, Chazz, Mo Sillah. Controlled aggression and smart positioning would be words which come to mind watching this unit. The Bears’ two minute drill had some positive gains, but the clock ran out.
HALFTIME BEARS 27 VIKINGS 0
Having deferred at the start of the 1st half, the Vikings received the kick off. A run registered a 1st down, but the second play was a pass which Chazz Harley intercepted @11:10.
A field advantage of the ball 21 yards away from their goalline led to another TD. Two runs by Zayd were followed by a nice John G to Tommy Baldwin touchdown pass @ 9:57. A good PAT made it 43-0.
The D stymied the Vikings with sacks by Josh and Jalen W plus a pass knocked down by Tejon. WWHS punted for the 5th time in the game.
The Bears ran the ball 6 times, gaining a 1st down, but punted.
The Vikings earned two 1st downs, but another TFL by Alex resulted in another punt.
The Bears possessed the football through the end of Q3 and into Q4, but a pass was intercepted by the visitors. The opportunity for WWHS to score starting with a first and goal. A typically hard hit by a Bear defender (?) caused a fumble with a recovery in the end zone.
Substitutes at almost every Landon O position were able to gain 3 1st downs. The runs by Tristan Armstrong, Tyler Smith, Gerney Johnson and Brown Anglin show that there is and will be depth in the wing back and FB positions. A WWHS interception gave them another possession. They gained two 1st downs on the ground, but a 4th down pass went incomplete.
The home team held the ball for five plays (including a carry by Justin Herbert) and returned control for the last 0:13 to no avail,

FINAL SCORE BEARS 34 VIKINGS 0
LANDON RUSHING
Player Att Yds TDs

John Geppert 11 95 2
Joey Epstein 5 32 1
Tyler Smith 3 25
Justin Herbert 4 21
Jelani Machen 4 20
Brown Anglin 2 14
Zayd Delane 5 12
Tejon Ford 2 11
Bryce Baylor 4 7
Totals: 40 237 3
LANDON PASSING
Player Att Comp Yds TDs
John Geppert 6 5 25 1
LANDON RECIEVING
Player Recpts Yds TDs
Tommy Baldwin 1 5 1
Chazz Harley 4 20

NEXT UP @ ST. MARY’S (ANNAPOLIS) FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 8, 2017
The Saints were 4-8 in 2016 MIAA B. They have 16 seniors and the heaviest on their MaxPrep roster is 260. They beat Century (Sykesville, MD) 28-6
Capital Gazette scout report
OACH: Jason Budroni, first year
OFFENSE: The Saints, a member of the MIAA B Conference, lost a few playmakers on offense, but quarterback Kevin Sheckells returns along with running back Patrick Hines, who rushed for more than 1,200 yards last season. Ten linemen graduated, but the Saints do return some experience in Rob Smoloski, Noah Rosseau and Tyler Sisk.
ADVERTISING
The Saints will look to run power out of their pistol formation, while taking advantage of Sheckells’ athleticism to get the ball to receivers Chey Dowell and Brandon Booth and tight end Dylan Budroni. St. Mary’s averaged 15 points a game last year, but scored 27 and 22, respectively, in its final two games.
DEFENSE: Longtime assistant Jake Gonos, who also has some experience coaching at the collegiate level, will run the defense out of a 4-2-5 set. Second-team all-county selection Monte Jones returns and will switch from middle linebacker to strong safety, while Ryan Poole moves up from the junior varsity and will lock down one of the cornerback spots on a defense that yielded nearly 25 points a game last year.
“Coach Gonos does a great job and we’ve got some pretty good kids on defense,” Budroni said.
SPECIAL TEAMS: Sean Phelan showed some promise last year at placekicker and Budroni says he’s gone to some offseason camps and has worked throughout the summer to get better. Budroni will take advantage of Jones’ speed in the return game, while Bowie transfer Isaiah Burke adds some speed and should also be a threat.

OUTLOOK: First-year head coach Budroni enters his fourth year with the program and has the respect of his players, many of whom he coached on the junior varsity. Last year’s abrupt early coaching change led to a disappointing season that ended on a high note with a victory over rival Severn. Budroni is eager to return the pride and tradition the school has enjoyed for so many years. He was a part of two national championship teams at the University of Miami (Fla.) and found some success coaching the Saints’ junior varsity.
“It’s been a rough couple of years, but they’re hungry to win. We have some good senior leadership,” Budroni said. “If we can stay healthy, we can be pretty hard to beat.”
Budroni thinks the B Conference is made up of similar teams, with Archbishop Curley and Boys’ Latin providing the biggest challenges for the Saints.
Compiled by Bob Hough
PLAYERS TO WATCH
Rob Smoloski, Sr., OG, 6-foot-1, 250 pounds
Noah Rosseau, Sr., OT, 6-foot-1, 245 pounds
Monte Jones, Sr., DB, 5-foot-10, 195 pounds
Patrick Hines, Sr., RB, 5-foot-10, 196 pounds
Ben Stoy, Jr., DL, 6-foot-2, 235 pounds
Parker Adams, Jr., LB, 6-foot-2, 220 pounds
Ryan Poole, So., DB, 5-foot-10, 150 pounds
Donald Day, So., RB, 5-foot-7, 160 pounds
Chey Dowell, Sr., WR, 6-foot-2, 200 pounds
Kevin Sheckells, Sr., QB, 6-foot-4, 230 pounds
Dylan Budroni, Sr., TE, 6-foot-5, 215 pounds
Brandon Booth, Sr., WR, 6-foot-3, 185 pounds

 

re excellent timing. A 1st game for this line – Alex, Josh Chapman, Greg Johnson (L’20), Tomas Kenary, Mac Hollensteiner and Tommy—executed with the precision and coordination of the extraordinary Landon Handbells, only a lot more physically.  John G moved the ball the final five yards for a TD @6:41. The PAT team converted to make it 14-0.

The Vikings O tried to contend with the Bears’ swift, hard hitting (throughout the game, Landon’s D laid made some strong tackles showing the value of the preseason proper technique training). Another punt from the team on Whittier returned the prolate spheroid to the home team with 4:36 remaining in the 1st period.

Landon was on offense for seven plays. A very nice TD pass was called back on a penalty and after two more downs the Bears had to punt. John G’s spiral kick hit the Viking as a host of brown clad players arrived, causing a fumble. Mitch Laughlin grabbed the ball and sprinted into the end zone. Unfortunately, the rules prohibit advancing a “muffed punt catch”; so, no score then. Starting 12 yards from the home team’s goal line a pass and the 4 yard run by Joey Epstein resulted in another TD; this one @ 11:34. The PAT missed and the scoreboard read 20-0.

Davis Walker’s kickoff put the Vikings 90 yards from their intended destination. The Bears’ D was not in a giving mood. Alex blocked a pass and Joey had a TFL.  The WWHS punt set up a short field for Landon.

A ten play series (7:18 to 3:31) resulted in the 4th TD for the Bears. Runs by John G, Joey, Tejon Ford and Bryce Baylor covered the requisite distance. On one play, John G was being tackled by a bunch of WWHS defenders, but the quick-witted QB tossed the ball to Joey who sprinted to gain a net +12 yards. The last 14 yards were gained by John G for a TD @ 3:31. The PAT was good to make it Bears 27 Vikings 0

A WWHS four and out was a predicate to another punt.  The Landon D combines size and speed—upfront: Josh, T Bridgers and JD Deroches; LBs- Joey and Zayd; secondary—Jalen Williams, Tejon, Archie Russ, Chazz, Mo Sillah. Controlled aggression and smart positioning would be words which come to mind watching this unit. The Bears’ two minute drill had some positive gains, but the clock ran out.

HALFTIME BEARS 27 VIKINGS 0

Having deferred at the start of the 1st half, the Vikings received the kick off. A run registered a 1st down, but the second play was a pass which Chazz Harley intercepted @11:10.

A field advantage of the ball 21 yards away from their goalline led to another TD. Two runs by Zayd were followed by a nice John G to Tommy Baldwin touchdown pass @ 9:57. A good PAT made it 43-0.

The D stymied the Vikings with sacks by Josh and Jalen W plus a pass knocked down by Tejon. WWHS punted for the 5th time in the game.

The Bears ran the ball 6 times, gaining a 1st down, but punted.

The Vikings earned two 1st downs, but another TFL by Alex resulted in another punt.

The Bears possessed the football through the end of Q3 and into Q4, but a pass was intercepted by the visitors. The opportunity for WWHS to score starting with a first and goal. A typically hard hit by a Bear defender (?) caused a fumble with a recovery in the end zone.

Substitutes at almost every Landon O position were able to gain 3 1st downs. The runs by Tristan Armstrong, Tyler Smith, Gerney Johnson and Brown Anglin show that there is and will be depth in the wing back and FB positions. A WWHS interception gave them another possession. They gained two 1st downs on the ground, but a 4th down pass went incomplete.

The home team held the ball for five plays (including a carry by Justin Herbert) and returned control for the last 0:13 to no avail,

 

FINAL SCORE BEARS 34 VIKINGS 0

LANDON RUSHING

Player Att Yds TDs
John Geppert 11 95 2
Joey Epstein 5 32 1
Tyler Smith 3 25
Justin Herbert 4 21
Jelani Machen 4 20
Brown Anglin 2 14
Zayd Delane 5 12
Tejon Ford 2 11
Bryce Baylor 4 7
Totals: 40 237  3

LANDON PASSING

Player                  Att Comp Yds     TDs

John Geppert      6       5       25     1

LANDON RECIEVING

Player                  Recpts  Yds        TDs

Tommy Baldwin            1       5       1

Chazz Harley                4       20

 

NEXT UP @ ST. MARY’S (ANNAPOLIS) FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 8, 2017

The Saints were 4-8 in 2016 MIAA B. They have 16 seniors and the heaviest on their MaxPrep roster is 260. They beat Century (Sykesville, MD) 28-6

Capital Gazette scout report

OACH: Jason Budroni, first year

OFFENSE: The Saints, a member of the MIAA B Conference, lost a few playmakers on offense, but quarterback Kevin Sheckells returns along with running back Patrick Hines, who rushed for more than 1,200 yards last season. Ten linemen graduated, but the Saints do return some experience in Rob Smoloski, Noah Rosseau and Tyler Sisk.

ADVERTISING

The Saints will look to run power out of their pistol formation, while taking advantage of Sheckells’ athleticism to get the ball to receivers Chey Dowell and Brandon Booth and tight end Dylan Budroni. St. Mary’s averaged 15 points a game last year, but scored 27 and 22, respectively, in its final two games.

DEFENSE: Longtime assistant Jake Gonos, who also has some experience coaching at the collegiate level, will run the defense out of a 4-2-5 set. Second-team all-county selection Monte Jones returns and will switch from middle linebacker to strong safety, while Ryan Poole moves up from the junior varsity and will lock down one of the cornerback spots on a defense that yielded nearly 25 points a game last year.

“Coach Gonos does a great job and we’ve got some pretty good kids on defense,” Budroni said.

SPECIAL TEAMS: Sean Phelan showed some promise last year at placekicker and Budroni says he’s gone to some offseason camps and has worked throughout the summer to get better. Budroni will take advantage of Jones’ speed in the return game, while Bowie transfer Isaiah Burke adds some speed and should also be a threat.

 

OUTLOOK: First-year head coach Budroni enters his fourth year with the program and has the respect of his players, many of whom he coached on the junior varsity. Last year’s abrupt early coaching change led to a disappointing season that ended on a high note with a victory over rival Severn. Budroni is eager to return the pride and tradition the school has enjoyed for so many years. He was a part of two national championship teams at the University of Miami (Fla.) and found some success coaching the Saints’ junior varsity.

“It’s been a rough couple of years, but they’re hungry to win. We have some good senior leadership,” Budroni said. “If we can stay healthy, we can be pretty hard to beat.”

Budroni thinks the B Conference is made up of similar teams, with Archbishop Curley and Boys’ Latin providing the biggest challenges for the Saints.

Compiled by Bob Hough

PLAYERS TO WATCH

Rob Smoloski, Sr., OG, 6-foot-1, 250 pounds

Noah Rosseau, Sr., OT, 6-foot-1, 245 pounds

Monte Jones, Sr., DB, 5-foot-10, 195 pounds

Patrick Hines, Sr., RB, 5-foot-10, 196 pounds

Ben Stoy, Jr., DL, 6-foot-2, 235 pounds

Parker Adams, Jr., LB, 6-foot-2, 220 pounds

Ryan Poole, So., DB, 5-foot-10, 150 pounds

Donald Day, So., RB, 5-foot-7, 160 pounds

Chey Dowell, Sr., WR, 6-foot-2, 200 pounds

Kevin Sheckells, Sr., QB, 6-foot-4, 230 pounds

Dylan Budroni, Sr., TE, 6-foot-5, 215 pounds

Brandon Booth, Sr., WR, 6-foot-3, 185 pounds

 

 

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Landon 34 Walt Whitman 0

More later.

Sandy

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BearSportsNews Sunday Edition 08.27.2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE BEARS ARE CHARGING BACK!!!

APOLOGIES– WordPress has decided that it will decide the size of the fonts. All fonts are meant to be equal.

REQUEST– Pictures and/or stories about all Bears are welcome

 

HIGHLIGHTS

–   X-Country and Water Polo seasons have started

–   Football scrimmages FUMA

–   1ST games for Bear Trax

INSIDE THE WHITE ROCKS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

o   Fall Sports

   Varsity Cross Country—Coach Hunt 1st meet was the Broughton Invitational, where the Bears came in #11 –Sam Hanson ‘18, Luc Schermer ’18, Alec Mearns L’20, Mason Holleman L’21, Dara Dilmaghani L’19.

Coach Hunt and his runners

11 Landon                      259   40   44   46   57   72

Total Time:  1:44:14.60

Average:    20:50.92

41 Hanson, Sam         12 Landon                  6:22.3   19:47.70 46 Schermer, Luc       12 Landon                  6:30.6   20:13.50   48 Mearns, Alec        10 Landon                  6:31.7   20:16.90 62 Holleman, Mason      9 Landon                  6:47.1   21:04.7096 Dilmaghani, Dara    11 Landon                  7:21.6   22:51.80   To put the team’s scoring into context, the Bears entered 5 runners, the fewest number in the race     

–   Varsity Football—Coach Padalino, the coaches traveled to the Fort Union Military Academy, south of Orange, VA scrimmage against the Blue Devils Varsity

 

 

 

 

In the scrimmage the Bears exhibited skill, speed, some size and skill. An array of running backs played exhibiting quickness, balance and where necessary, power. The QBs ran the O well, ran and passed well. The WRs caught balls within their wing span. The O line has some added weight and were able to master the tight technique required by the Bears’ system.

The D line more than held their own against a typically big FUMA team. The pass rush recorded some TFLs and QB rushes. LBs and DBs had some nice hits– so much so that more than once the FUMA players were riled up.

 

–   Varsity Soccer—plays Georgetown Day on Thursday @ 400pm home.

 

–   Water Polo—Coach Bartman’s team has had matches against Gilman, Germantown, Episcopal, Penn Charter, Haverford, Friends Central and Malvern. No scores as of posting

 

BEAR TRACKS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fall Sports

 

every fall a list of players is posted here early in the season to identify BEARS who are playing this season— PLEASE EMAIL WITH ANY MISSING BEARS (sandy_murdock@yahoo.com)

 

o   Football (10)

Jules Desroches (L14) DL, Kenyon College Lords play Sewanee on 9/2.

no picture available

Paul Padalino (L14), LB, Richmond Spiders, game against Sam Houston was postponed due to Harvey.

 

 

 

 

 

Kolby Williams (L14), LB, Richmond Spiders, game against Sam Houston was postponed due to Harvey

 

 

 

 

 

Dominque Seagears (L14), CB, Trinity Bantams , 1st game Colby 9/16.

 

 

 

 

 

Joe Gagnon (L16) DL, Washington & Lee; 1st game 9/1 against JHU

 

 

 

 

 

Mark Ebo, (L16), DL, College of the Holy Cross, Crusaders, 1st game 8/31 v. UConn

 

 

 

 

 

Keith Simms, (L16), LB, University of Oregon Ducks ;1st game 9/1 Southern Utah

 

 

 

 

 

 

Maanik Lal (L17), Bucknell University; LB 1st game 9/2 v. Marist

 

 

 

 

 

Jack Porter (L17), Dickinson College, WR, 1st Game Randolph-Macon

 

 

 

 

o   Rugby  (3)   MORE?

Nick Blasey (L16) scrum half for the 2nd XV/b side at Dartmouth Rugby Football Club

Wesley Pan (L16) VA Tech (3-0)

Ben Goodfriend (L16) Washington University Griffins, St. Louis

_______Swensrud (L?) Claremont Mudd Scripps

o   Soccer   (6)

Nick Diaz (L13), Allegheny College Gators.1st game 9/1 v. King’s

 

 

 

 

 

Scott Powell (L13), Allegheny College Gators. 1st game 9/1 v. King’s

 

 

 

 

 

Taylor Diaz (L15), Allegheny College Gators. 1st game 9/1 v. King’s

 

 

 

 

 

Charles Branche III (L16), Ohio Wesleyan University Battling Bishops,  1ST game 9/1 at Calvin

 

 

 

 

 

 

A.J. Miele (L16) Dickinson Red Devils, 1st Match 9/1 William Patterson

 

 

 

 

 

o   Sprint Football (1)

Jacob Howard (L14) WR/K, Cornell Big Red

 

o   Water Polo (2)

Rahul Gill (L16), Connecticut College Camels,

Isher Gill, (L16), GWU Colonials

 

o   Bear Lax Trax Pictures

Cornell

 

 

 

 

 

St. Joseph’s

 

 

 

 

 

West Point– Drennan Greene

 

 

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