BearSportsNews—Sunday Edition 11/08/15









  • Article about IAC JV Soccer Champions written by a fan.
  • Matt Underhill’s Generals are still undefeated. Trinity picked up an L.




Current Bears


JV Soccer IAC Champions


Ideally every game of every Landon team could be covered because the time and effort devoted to all of these athletic contests should be noted. That is a way of expressing special thanks an anonymous fan who took the time to send the story behind the Bears JV Soccer team which won the 2015 IAC Championship!!!


Tuesday Semi-Final Landon vs Bullis 4-0

Goal from Henry Baker, assist from Spencer Davis

Goal from Will Bou, assist from Spencer Davis

Goal from Spencer Davis, assist from Henry Baker

Goal from Luke Humler, assist from SPencer Davis


Friday Championship Game Landon vs STA

Goal from Walker Dillard, assist from Will Bou

Goal from Henry Baker, assist from Charles Nagel

Goal from Will Bou, assist from Davis Walker

Goal from Tim Dye, assist from Spencer Davis


Congratulations to Head Coach: Blair Northcott and the 20 Bears on the team, all but three of who are freshmen and sophomores.

Cross Country

The team came in 2nd in the IACs with Wes Feldman coming in 2nd. They will run in the MD/DC Private School Championships next week.

Water Polo

They are up at Episcopal Academy in Pennsylvania competing in the Eastern Championships. Per Facebook they won one game in O/T. Expecting that Chase Christiansen will be reporting soon.



Any other Bear, who would like to write up a game (Varsity, JV, Middle or Lower school), please let me know and contribution would be greatly appreciated. Let me know    








Myles Allen (’12) University of Rochester Yellow lost to Wooster Polytechnic 34-35. Myles carried 8 times for 44 yards.

Justin Cort (’14) and the Sewanee Tigers lost to Millsap 12-42.


Jules Desroches (’14) the Kenyon Lords lost to Wittenberg 21-45. Jules had 2 assist tackles


Anthony Fullum (’14) and the William & Mary Tribe beat Elon 34-13.Anthony made a solo tackle.

Johari Johnson (’15) Endicott College Gulls, beat 27-24 to Curry in 4 O/Ts. The freshman is injured and did not play. Johari was placed on the NEFC Weekly Honor Roll for his performance last week versus WNEU.

Obai Kamara (’13), Davidson Wildcats lost to Jacksonville 12-42.


Vince Kindfuller (’12) The Engineers beat Nichols 21-11.


Paul Padalino (’15) Richmond Spiders; the #5 team lost to UNH 25-30


Spencer Rauh (‘14) Stetson Hatters lost to Marist 14-49.


Dominique Seagears (’15) the Trinity College Bantams lost to Amherst 7-16; Dominique had 2 solo tackles.


Matt Underhill (’13) Washington & Lee, still undefeated at 9-0, and ranked #17 nationally and #5 in the south Div. III, beat Catholic 52-13. Matt was 7 for 7 on his PATs, hit a 42 yd. FG and booted 10 kickoffs for an average of 57.6 yards.



Kolby Williams (’15) Richmond the #5 team lost to UNH 25-30




Joe McDonald (’12),GWU Colonials, open on 11/13 against Lafayette.


Chris Hudnut (‘11), Colby Mules, open on 11/20.



Ice Hockey


Sam Anas (’11) Quinnipiac Bobcats, the #4 team beat Colgate 3-2 with Sam putting one biscuit in the basket. Against Cornell, the Bobcats came back from a 0-3 deficit to win 5-4; Sam assisted on one of the


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.

Lost two games.


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



Nick Diaz, Scott Powell (both L’13) and Taylor Diaz (’15) Allegheny College Gators season completed with a 4-11-2 record. Scott was the 4th leading scorer with 5 points and Nick started every game.


Richard Huber (’12), Sewanee Tigers, started beat Rhodes 1-0 in SAA conference semifinal. Richard started. They are playing in the championship today.


Water Polo

Aiden Kelso (‘13) Connecticut Camels The team lost three matches on Saturday in the Northern Division Championships against Harvard, Fordham and Iona. Aiden scored against Iona.


Varsity Football Opponents Scores/Records



High Point [0-10]     X   v. L Northwestern 0-36  
Walt Whitman [4-6] X V           W BCC 26-20
Loyola Blakefield [5-5] v.          W Riverdale Baptist 29-26


Riverdale Baptist School [6-4] X v.          L Loyola 26-29  
Bethesda-Chevy Chase [3-7] X v.          L WWHS 20-26  
St. Stephen’s &St. Agnes [5-5] v          W StA 7-47  
Episcopal HS [7-1]  v         L GP 7-12  
Georgetown Prep[7-2]  v.         W EHS 12-7  
Bullis School [4-5] v.          W StA 50-12  
St. Albans School [1-8]  v.          L EHS 12-42


X= season completed





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