BearSportsNews Sunday Edition 10/19/2014

This week here’s a Batch of Bear bests (or better’s) for this week!

 

  • A Senior Profile for this week.

  • Records of the Varsity Football opponents— Bullis (over StA), EHS (over GP),AAAC, Palotti, St. Paul’s– all win

  • Alumni news from

        »Water Polo—

  • Rob Spencer helped lead his Connecticut College Camels to the Division III 4th place in the NCAAs.

» Football—

    • Four of the Bear alumni who had games started and Seven played

    • Ben Spiritos’ post victory celebration is captured in a newspaper photograph.

»Lots of Rugby news

» Cross-Country, Diving, Ice Hockey, Lacrosse, and Soccer Updates, too.

 

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Senior Profile

Will Lincoln #32 WR/DB

2015

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1. When did you start playing football?

I started playing football probably in about 3rd grade for Vienna Anklebiter football.

  1. What is your time in the 40 yd. dash and what’s your best bench weight?

Honestly I can’t remember the last time I had my 40 time recorded. My best bench max was like 165 or 170.

  1. What is your favorite college football team and college football player?

My favorite college football team is the UVA Cavaliers and my favorite player was Johnny Football even though he’s in the NFL now.

  1. What is your favorite moment during any Landon sports event in which you played?

Beating prep last year in football is probably up there, but I would honestly have to say winning the JV lacrosse IAC championship sophomore year.

  1. What is your favorite course/faculty member at Landon?

My favorite course at Landon is Mr. Sorkin’s sophomore year geometry class with Mr. Sorkin being my favorite faculty member at Landon.

  1. What is your favorite non-sports related activity–community service, music, painting, sculpture, photography, independent paper, debate, drama, poem, extracurricular activity, etc.?

My favorite non-sports related activity would have to be painting. I love to paint at school and Mr. Bartman is a great teacher who makes painting a lot of fun.

  1. What is your nickname (if any) and how did you get it?

I guess some people call me Willy being mostly my family. My friends call me Sandman…but that story is for another time.

  1. Describe yourself in 3 words? How would your parents describe you in 3 words?

I would describe myself as fun, loving, and friendly.

My parents would describe me as diligent, empathetic, and hard-working.

  1. What’s on your iPod?

I have just about everything on my iPOD but my favorite kind of music would have to be Reggae.

  1. Tell us one thing (interesting) that your teammates do not know about you.

I guess something most of my friends know but maybe not all the guys on the team know is that I have a common lineage with Abraham Lincoln.

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Landon Football Opponents results

 team                 record                         most recent result                     

AACS                    4-3                            35-28 Our Lady of Mount Carmel

Boys Latin           5-3                           40-47 John Carroll

Palotti                  8-2                           39-0 Friends

Paul VI                2-6                             13-20 Bishop Ireton

St. Paul’s             3-4-1                         0-6 Severn

Episcopal             5-1                             35-6 GP

SSSA                     3-5

Bullis                    6-1                             35-11 StA

Georgetown P     3-4                           6-35 Episcopal

St. Albans            1-6                             11-35 Bullis

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Alumni Bear LaxTrax

Trey Lundelius, McGill, beat Concordia 27-0 and in an exhibition against US team Plattsburgh they lost 10-18. No individual statistics are available for defenders.

If there is any other news about Bears and Fall Ball, please send emails. Those events are not well reported.

 

 

Alumni Cross Country

Mac Hightower, Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Cross Country—the team won three of four simultaneous dual meets and Mac ran a 28:44.39  

Jack Gilbert, cross country, Gordon College’ Scots – the team came in 4th in the Golden Bear Invitational at Western New England. Jack had a 32:37.72

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Alumni College Football 

big ben

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ben Spiritos celebrating a Dartmouth victory.

BEAR COLLEGE Next  GAME NOTES
1 Myles Allen Rochester 34-20

Rensselear

Started

15 carries

61 yards

1 catch

10 yards

2 Justin

Cort

Sewanee 3-31

Centre

played
3 Jules Desroches Kenyon 10-52 Wabash dnp
4 Hunter Davis Stetson 7-30

Jacksonville

5 Anthony Fullum W& M 31-35 Villanova –dnp
6 Terrence Fullum Richmond 37-0

Rhode Island

played
7 Vincent Kindfuller MIT 52-20

Nichols

played
8 Obai Kamara Davidson 27-28

Campbell

dnp
9 Max Lehrman Amherst 33-30 o/t

Wesleyan

Started
10 Dillon Rupp Bucknell 45-24

Lehigh

dnp
11 Dominique Seagears Trinity 17-10

Trinity

dnp
12 Ben Spiritos Dartmouth 24-21

Holy Cross

started
13 Matt Underhill W&L 28-25 Randolph-Macon 4/4 PATs

5K/Os

  1. ave.

2 touchbacks

  DNP=did not play **no participation info provided

Bear Water Polo Trax

Rob Spencer and Aidan Kelso, Connecticut College Camels lost to Harvard 15-22 with Rob scoring 5 goals. Then in the NCAA Division III Championships, they beat Penn State Behrend 16-11. The win propelled the Camels into the winners bracket with an opportunity to match their highest finish at a Division III Championship. The Camels lost to #1 JHU 9-19. Robert Spencer  had two goals, five assists and two steals in the two games.In the consolation match, the Camels lost to Washington & Jefferson, but earned the #4 place. Stats on that game have not been posted at the time of this posting.

 

Bear Diving SPLASHES

Jordan Gear senior year as a USC Trojan diver. The team beat Cal Poly San Luis Obispo 152-125

BEAR SOCCER TRAX

The Gators of Allegheny lost to Ohio Wesleyan 0-1 in 2ble O/T. Nick Diaz started and had a SOG. Scott Powell played.

Zach Fingerhut, Wake Forest University beat BC 4-1

Bear Rugby Trax

ds for nu

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

David Spiritos, Northwestern rugby beat the University of Chicago 29-12. David is tied for the lead of the team in tries with 2.

Jack Sears, Colby played the University of Maine—no score available yet, in fact they have not posted anything on the website since 9/20.

James Johnston’s Elon Rugby as of publication time, there were no results posted.

Garrett Pan, as seen below, is playing rugby for the Lehigh Club.

LU_RugbyTeamPic_SlipperyRock201498

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alumni Bear Ice Trax

Sam Anas, Quinnipiac, lost to UMass Lowell, a game in which Sam started and had a goal. Against the same tem the next night, the Bobcats tied 3-3 with Sam assisting on 2 goals.

Jake Sofer, RPI, lost back-to-back games to Denver 0-3 and 1-4.

Max Greenwald, Middlebury, starts on November 15.

Two Bears, Mike Anderson at Princeton, Matt Coster at Cornell, may be playing club hockey may be playing this season. If anyone knows for sure that they or anyone else will be playing, please let me know.

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