BearSportsNews—Sunday Edition 10/25/15

This Black Bear was running across the road near Moro Rock in Sequoia National Park.







Current Bears

Cross Country


Beat SSSA 26-30 with the following top 10 Bear finishers:


2. 10 Arihant Chadda 18:32.50 Landon  
3. 11 William Powell 19:08.91 Landon  
5. 12 Logan Giles 19:39.68 Landon  
7. 12 Ben Gilbert 20:19.38 Landon  
9. 12 Franco Abdala-Arata 20:20.70 Landon  
10. 9 Bruce Han 21:20.41 Landon  
12. 10 Harshvardhan Singh 21:44.96 Landon  
13. 9 Chase Blazer 21:45.31 Landon  
15. 9 Dara Dilmaghani 22:32.77 Landon  
16. 10 Nick Haller 22:33.53 Landon



On to the Championships season: IAC, ISL & MAC Championships, MoCo Private School Championships and MD/DC Private School Championships







Myles Allen (’12) University of Rochester Yellow Jackets beat Union 33-30.

Justin Cort (’14) and the Sewanee Tigers lost to Centre 7- 35.

Jules Desroches (’14) the Kenyon Lords had a bye week.

Anthony Fullum (’14) and the William & Mary Tribe beat Hampton 40-7 and Anthony played.

Johari Johnson (’15) Endicott College Gulls, beat Maine Maritime 37-14 with Johari on the sidelines with an injury. According to a reporter, the two way player’s absence was noted.

Obai Kamara (’13), Davidson Wildcats lost to Marist 10-3.

Vince Kindfuller (’12) The Engineers lost to Western New England University 3-35. The future Nuclear Engineer played and had a solo tackle.

Paul Padalino (’15) Richmond Spiders, beat #3 James Madison (a site featured by ESPN Gameday) 59-49. Paul was included on the travel squad. The Spiders are likely to move up in the rankings from #11 based on this high profile game.

Spencer Rauh (‘14) Stetson Hatters beat Valparaiso 37-14.

Dominique Seagears (’15) the undefeated, 5-0, New England #4 (also received a vote in the National rankings) Trinity College Bantams beat Bowdoin 28-7 ; he played and registered a solo tackle.

Matt Underhill (’13) Washington & Lee, also undefeated at 7-0, and ranked #24 nationally, beat Bridgewater 45-23 Matt was 6 for 6 on his PATs, had a 22 yard FG and booted 8 kickoffs an average of 60.9 yards.

Kolby Williams (’15) Richmond beat #3 James Madison (a site featured by ESPN Gameday) 59-49. The Spiders are likely to move up in the rankings from #11 based on this high profile game.





Sprint Football

Jake Howard (’15), Cornell, lost to Navy 14-35 at Navy Marine Corps stadium.



Mike Blasey(’15) Davidson Wildcats, is playing in the Bridgestone Golf Collegiate (Hosted By: UNCG) today.

Ice Hockey

Sam Anas (’11) Quinnipiac Bobcats, are 6-0 with two wins against St. Cloud State 5-2 and then 4-1. Sam started and registered 2 assists in the games. The #14 Bobcats beat the visiting #9 Huskies who before this trip to Hamden, CT had the hottest NCAA goalie with the longest scoreless streak to start a season in NCAA history. According to a Facebook source QU is now #1.

Max Greenwald (’13), Middlebury Panthers, do not begin to play until November 21. The junior defenseman will be an assistant Captain.

Alex Norwinski (’15) and Trevor Wolf (’15) Sugarland Imperials. In a loss to the Capitols, Alex scored a goal.

Jacob Ruttenberg (’15), Tufts Jumbos, first game November 20.



From Bucknell’s Lax Coach Frank Fedorjaka

Jarett Witzal | Faceoff Specialist | 5-8, 190 | Bethesda, Md./Landon School

Born Feb. 5, 1997 in Summit, N.J. … parents are Mark and Helaine Witzal … father played football at Montclair State … three-sport athlete at the Landon School in Bethesda, Md. … lettered four times in wrestling and three times each in soccer and lacrosse … won 72 percent of his faceoffs as a senior for a team that was ranked as high as No. 2 in the nation and won the IAC championship … team was also nationally ranked during his sophomore and junior years … two-year team captain in wrestling.

Frank Fedorjaka on Jarett Witzal: “Jarett is a tremendously talented faceoff man. He has extremely quick hands, terrific balance and a warrior mentality. Jarett comes from a great high school program and had a huge role for them. He is going to have a huge impact this year.”

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

David Spiritos (’13) Northwestern Wildcats Rugby Union,

Culver Van Vleck, (’15)  Tulane Rugby




Nick Diaz, Scott Powell (both L’13) and Taylor Diaz (’15) Allegheny College Gators lost to Oberlin 1-2 in double OT and then Kenyon 0-2.Nick and Scott started in both and Scott had a SoG in the first game.

Richard Huber (’12), Sewanee Tigers, started in losses to Birmingham Southern and Berry, 0-2 and 0-1 respectively.


Water Polo

Aiden Kelso (‘13) Connecticut Camels Junior Aiden Kelso (Washington, D.C.) scored one goal while adding a pair of field blocks in a 12-8 wins over Monmouth. In the Div. III Tournament the Camels lost 1-21 to JHU.


Varsity Football Opponents Scores/Records


High Point [0-8]   v. L Parkdale 6-34  
Walt Whitman [3-5] V           W Walter Johnson 40-7
Loyola Blakefield [4-4] v.          W St. Frances 30-15


Riverdale Baptist School[5-3] v.          bye  
Bethesda-Chevy Chase[2-6] v.          L Quince Orchard 6-66  
St. Stephen’s &St. Agnes [4-4] v          L GP 0-35  
Episcopal HS [6-0]  v         W Landon 17-10  
Georgetown Prep[5-2]  v.         W SSSA 35-0  
Bullis School[2-4] v.          W StA 50-12  
St. Albans School[1-7]  v.        L to Bullis 12-50  




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