BearSportsNews Sunday Edition 05/03/2015

Due to Azalea Festival commitments, a quick Sunday edition

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  • Current Bears
    • Varsity Football player commits to Division III team.
    • Varsity baseball goes 23-0 against IAC foes
    • Varsity Golf wins IAC
    • Varsity Tennis went 1 and 1 over the last 7 days
    • Varsity Lacrosse had two wins
  • Alumni Bears
    • Rising Senior voted by his peers to be an Assistant Captain of his team
    • Five Bears are pictured at the UVa- UPa game
    • Results in lacrosse, baseball, golf, tennis and track.

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Varsity News

Johari Johnson is prize recruit for new Endicott College coach

Excellent two-way Bear football player was being recruited by a key assistant coach and when the coach was selected by Endicott College as the new leader of the Gulls football team. He had Johari’s contact information and now he has an incoming freshman who can do so much for his new team. Johari–THAT’S A BEAR.

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Varsity Baseball

The Gazette featured the Landon team as the top IAC team. They crushed SSSA 7-0 and then earned a one run victory over the same team at home.

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Varsity Golf

The Landon Golf team won the IAC and the Washington Post reported that victory with a headline featuring the play of senior Morgan Egloff, who captured the individual title.

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Varsity Lacrosse

Beat previously undefeated Winston Churchill 15-8 and then St. Albans 14-7. The IAC standings are a mess; so who plays who when and where remain to be decided.

Varsity Tennis

Lost to a close one to StA and then beat EHS.

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Alumni News

Bear Ice Trax

Max Greenwald was elected an assistant Team Captain for the 2015-2016 Middlebury Panthers. Sam Anas will wear the same A on his Quinnipiac sweater.

 

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Part of the ACC tournament included a matchup between local UPa and UVa. Absent from photograph is senior Will Laco, but (left to right) are Brandon Johnson, Jack Falk, Garrett Fellows, Peter Laco and Michael Rhoads.

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Bear Diamond Trax  Jack Falvey (2011), Amherst, the Lord Jeffs went 4-1 for the week.   Kyle Colgain (2011), Denison, pitched 2.0 scoreless innings (two Ks) in a 15-4 win over Wabash. Then he pitched a scoreless inning mopping up in an 11-5 victory over #6 Heidelberg. The Big Red went 6-2 for the week; unfortunately the two losses were in the 1st round of the conference tournament. Ian Kelso (2011) Washington University, The team went 3-2 over the last seven days.   Jay Graham (2011) Dartmouth Big Green Infielder and reliever; the team went 3-0 over the last seven days. Jay pinch hit, registered single, drove in a run and got a put out against Harvard.

Max Kra (2012), Bucknell Bisons, reliever.  The Bison went 2-0 for the week

Sean P. O’Brien (2014), Macalester College pitcher. The team’s record was 3-1.

Bear Tennis Trax

Alex Reinke (2014), Southern Methodist University, the Mustangs are next up in the NCAA’s starting 5/8.

Bear Golf Trax

Ralph Blasey (2014), Davidson golf, played in the Atlantic 10 championship and shot a 220 (three rounds) to tie for 13th in the tournament.

 Bear Track TraxOliver Hightower (2014), Kenyon Lords.  The team ran in the NCAC championship and came in 5thMac Hightower, Claremont-Mudd-Scripps’ Stags. Mac placed 4th in the SCIAC’s 200 yard championships with a 1:58.9. The Stags won the meet. Deion Wellington, Coastal Carolina’s Chanticleers ran in NCAA qualifiers, but no results have been posted. Jordan Marshall (2014), Davidson Wildcats, the team ran in the NCAA regionals, but nothing has been published about the runners on the Davidson website.

 

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