BearSportsNews—Sunday Edition 10/18/15

Sorry that there was no BSN last week.


  • Cross Country performs well at Van Courtland Invitational with only two seniors
  • Matt Underhill gets Division III honors
  • Mike Blasey was named the Atlantic 10’s golf ROTW
  • Johari Johnson earns league recognition
  • Paul Padalino (the younger/bigger one) receives a team honor

Current Bears

Cross Country

The Bears were invited to the Manhattan High School INVITATIONAL at which teams from NY, NJ, PA, MD, OH and other states. Landon finished 11th with 395 points and the total score was aided by the fact that 6 Bears placed:

  • Wesley Feldman 57th
  • Ben Gilbert 63rd
  • Kevin Tsai 82nd
  • Arihant Chadda 88th
  • Will Powell        105th
  • Jack Chlopak        112th







Coach Hunt has to be very pleased; while he’s sad to lose Ben and Logan, all of the other runners who scored will return next year plus Wesley is a member of the Class of 2018! To add to the prospects, the JV came in 16th. More to come for the team with five more meets and high hopes for those meets as well as the future!!




Landon tied Bullis in double OT 2-2; beat EHS in single OT 2-1 and lost to StA 1-2.




Celebrating the EHS win!









Myles Allen (’12) University of Rochester Yellow Jackets beat the US Merchant Marine Academy 24-27. Myles played, gained a team-leading 75 yards on 12 carries and scored 2 TDs. They lost to RPI 21-35 with Myles carrying 12 times for 30 yards.

Justin Cort (’14) and the Sewanee Tigers lost to Rhodes 20-44 and to Center 3- 21.

Jules Desroches (’14) the Kenyon Lords lost in two OTs to 20-23 OWU. Jules played and had a Quarterback Hit. Against Wabash the loss was 0-35 and Jules had 2 solo’s and 2 assists including a TFL.

Anthony Fullum (’14) and the William & Mary Tribe beat Villanova 38-16 with Anthony playing. Against UNH, the Tribe won 38-14

Johari Johnson (’15) Endicott College Gulls, lost to Salve Regina 21-40. Johari started gained 32 yards on 11. The two way player also recorded a solo tackle. He was injured in the game and likely will not play for 2 weeks. For his performance against MIT this Bear was named to the NEFC Weekly Honor Roll.

Obai Kamara (’13), Davidson Wildcats lost to Kentucky Wesleyan 7-14 in OT and to Butler 7-38.

Vince Kindfuller (’12) The Engineers lost to US Coast Guard Academy 13-28. He played.

Paul Padalino (’15) Richmond Spiders, beat Elon 27-14. URI fell 37-12 to UR. The Spider stats will not open for either game; so no further information is available. Paul did earn the team’s award scout team player of the week. Here he’s celebrating with his sister, Kelly:











Spencer Rauh (‘14) Stetson Hatters lost to Jacksonville and Campbell.

Dominique Seagears (’15) Trinity College Bantams beat Hamilton 29-4 (a safety and a returned PAT for a TD); he played and registered a solo tackle. The Bantams beat Tufts 34-27; again he got playing time and tackled a Jumbo!

Matt Underhill (’13) Washington & Lee, undefeated at 6-0, beat Hampden-Sydney 35-28 and then beat Randolph-Macon 21-17. For the two games, Matt was 8 for 8 on his PATs and booted his kickoffs in excess of 58 yards. For his performance against Guilford, he was honored as a member of the Team of the Week:








Kolby Williams (’15) Richmond Spiders beat Elon 27-14 and Kolby played. URI fell 37-12 to UR. The Spider stats will not open so no further information is available.


Sprint Football


Jake Howard (’15), Cornell, lost to Penn 29-12.  Jake Howard did not play – he injured his quad muscle.




Mike Blasey(’15) Davidson Wildcats, named the Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Week for events played Oct. 7-14. After opening with a 75, Blasey carded consecutive rounds of par or better at the Collegiate Classic to finish tied for 23rd out of 88 competitors. Blasey fired a personal-best even-par 72 in round 2.








Ice Hockey


Sam Anas (’11) Quinnipiac Bobcats, are 4-0 with #7 scoring 3 goals and 2 assists. The team is ranked #17 in the country.



Alex Norwinski (’15) and Trevor Wolf (’15) Sugarland Imperials. Through ten games, Trevor has a goal and 3 assists and Alex has one assists.


Jacob Ruttenberg (’15), playing for the Tufts Jumbos in preseason:












From Inside Lacrosse: The Landon School hosted the fourth-annual Capital Lacrosse Invitational in honor of former Landon and Cornell lacrosse player George Boiardi, who lost his life in a game in 2004. Loyola, UMBC, Cornell and Penn State played in the four-game fall ball event… IL’s No. 21 incoming attackman Colton Rupp and midfielder Jordan Dowiak both scored multiple goals in the first game.














Justin Shockey, Jarrett Witzal and Sean O’Brien at the Bison- Terps scrimmage. Jarett was 7 for 9 at the X with 2 GBs












Garrett Fellows, Jarrett Witzal Peter Laco and Sean O’Brien at Fall-Ball in Philadelphia on Saturday at the Headstrong Event, a charity to fight childhood cancer.


Sam Krauland (’15) , the Washington U Bear Lacrosse Club beat Missouri Baptist 5-1.




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 were downed by Bowdoin Polar Bears 30-13 despite a superb team effort. Jack was 2 for 2 on his conversion attempts.



David Spiritos (’13) Northwestern Wildcats Rugby Union,


Culver Van Vleck, Tulane Rugby








Nick Diaz, Scott Powell (both L’13) and Taylor Diaz (’15) Allegheny College Gators beat Dennison 1-0 Nick and Scott started, and Scott put a shot on goal. In a 2-1 win over Hiram, the box score was identical to the previous game as to the Bears. They lost to OWU and Nick had a shot.


Richard Huber (’12), Sewanee Tigers, started in losses to Hendrix and Milsaps.



Water Polo

Aiden Kelso (‘13) Connecticut Camels lost 4-17 to MIT and 7-16 to Harvard


Varsity Football Opponents Scores/Records



High Point [0-7]   v. L Bowie 8-46  
Walt Whitman [2-5] V           L Damascus 7-63 [i]
Loyola Blakefield [3-4] v.          L McDonogh 17-30


Riverdale Baptist School[5-3] v.          W Avalon 49-34  
Bethesda-Chevy Chase[2-5] v.          W Churchill 48-28  
St. Stephen’s &St. Agnes [4-3] v         W Landon 31-0  
Episcopal High School [5-0]  v         W Bullis 34-24  
Georgetown Prep[4-2]  v.         W StA 41-0  
Bullis School[1-4] v.          L EHS 24-34  
St. Albans School[1-5]  v.        L to GP 0-41  




[i] According to Max Preps includes a forfeit; Wa PO does not include any score for that game. Bullis’ website lists it as cancelled

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