BEARSPORTSNEWS SUNDAY EDITION 09.25.2016

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HEADLINES:

  • Cross Country beats BL and GP then 3rd in its own Invitational; Wes Feldman 1st in both
  • Soccer gets its 4th win; goalie makes saves and RECORDS an ASSIST!
  • Water Polo loses in O/T in Beast of the East Championship
  • Patrick Giles scores for USA NDTP, déjà vu?

 

INSIDE THE WHITE ROCKS

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Cross Country

The Running Bears won their second consecutive meet; this one was at home against Georgetown Prep and Boys Latin. Beating the Little Hoyas is always good, but avenging a 2015 loss to the Lakers was sweet. Wesley Feldman led from the beginning and never relinquished his lead. He took first place in a time of 17:38. Jace Menendez, Kevin Tsai and Ari Chadda took third fourth and fifth places respectively.  Sam Hanson captured the all-important fifth position for the Bears finishing 12th overall ahead of the other teams fifth runner. Senior Capt. William Powell was six for the Bears and put victory out of the picture for the Lakers and Little Hoyas. The final score was Landon 29, Georgetown Prep 48 and Boys Latin 51.

 

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In the Landon Invitational, Wesley Feldman won by 30 seconds in 17:15. The team came in 3rd

 

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Football

The Bears played another tough opponent, the Riverdale Baptist Crusaders with a 0-33 results. For more details, click on this.

Soccer

Coach Reed’s squad (now 4-1) took on the Quakers of Sidwell Friends and beat them BSN’s best reporter, Headmaster Jim Neill offered the following write-up: Varsity soccer incredibly exciting overtime win over Sidwell on Friday.  Down by 1 with less than a minute to play.  Scored to tie and then win in second overtime.  Super exciting!

LANDON scoring:  Dumenigo  (Parker), 80:00; Kupka  (Johnson), 88:00

LANDON saves: Freed 1

On Friday, the Bears went to Alexandria and beat the Maroon of EHS 3-0th Goals by Allan Kupka (his 4th), Noah Hannam and Drew Parker (his 4th); assists by Mitchell Pan, Alex Reil and Scott Prutting. Scott played goalie and made 2 saves in the nets! That’s their 1st win in the IAC season and

they play StA on Tuesday at home @ 4:30 on Prindle Field!!!

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Water Polo

Coach Bartman’s H2O polo players traveled to Pennsylvania to play in the Beast of the East. They lost in the championship game in overtime.

Friday 4:30 – Germantown Academy beats Landon.             6-15

 

Friday 7:20 – Landon beats Wyoming West.                          13-5

 

Saturday 11:20 – Landon beats Episcopal Academy.             6-5

 

Saturday   5:00–Landon beats McDowell School                 11-10

 

Saturday   9:00—Calvert Hall beats Landon                         10-11 O/T

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Thanks to Ms. Sivaslian for the information and photographs.

 

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BEAR TRAX

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(as Fall rolls forward, some of the winter sports begin. Due to the overlap, Bear Trax will be organized in alphabetical order.)

 

Football

Anthony Fullum (L13) S, William & Mary Tribe, (2-2) lost to Elon 10-27, played

Jules Desroches (L14) DL, Kenyon College Lords (4-1) beat Allegheny College 31-7 and Jules sacked the Gators QB for a 7-yard loss.

Paul Padalino (L14), LB, Kolby Williams(L14) DL, Richmond Spiders (3-1) beat Colgate 38-31, DNP

Dominque Seagears (L14), CB, Trinity Bantams (1-0) beat Bates 38-7 and he registered a solo tackle.

Matt Underhill (L13) K, Joe Gagnon (L16) DL, Washington & Lee Generals (1-2), next game is 9/30

Mark Ebo, (L16), DL, College of the Holy Cross Crusaders (1-3), lost to Dartmouth 10-35, played

Keith Simms, (L16), LB, University of Oregon Ducks (2-2) lost to Colorado 38-41, played

Jacob Wright, (L16), Ohio Wesleyan University Battling Bishops (1-1) beat Oberlin 29-16 DNP.

{NOTE} dnp= school’s website did not indicate that this Bear played or there is no participation information reported. Not the most accurate statistic kept by universities.

 

Hockey

Sam Anas Minnesota Wild/ Iowa ANALYST likes Sam’s chances

 

VIDEO

PATRICK GILES USA NDTP scores his 1st goal for USA.

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Looks a lot like this goal for the Bears against Gonzaga

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Connor Meike, Williams College (Update thanks to Herb “brooks” Greenwald)

Christian Meike, Michigan, on Wolverine roster

Alex Norwinski will be playing for the College Station Spirit in their inaugural season. Alex played for the same team when called the Sugarland Imperials.

Trevor Wolf also an Imperial alumnus will be playing for Islanders Hockey Club USP3

all of the below information is from last year—please let me know what should be updated, thanks

Jack Barton, Northern Junior Cyclones, (Commit Skidmore)

Chris Javens, Portland Jr. Pirates, (Commit Skidmore)

{Skidmore has not yet posted its 2016-2017 roster}

Orlando Arevalo, MIT Engineers Club, no news.

Mike Anderson, Princeton Club

Matt Coster, Cornell Hockey Club

Michael Potolicchio, GWU Hockey Club

Jacob Ruttenberg (’15), Tufts Club

 

PLEASE LET ME KNOW ABOUT ANY OTHER BEARS PLAYING ON THE ICE ’16-’17.

Lacrosse

MANY BEARS -ONE WEEKEND-

Marshall Peters (L’13), Jack Bolen (L’14), Sean O’Brien (L’14) Colton Rupp (L15), Jarrett Witzal (L15)

10/9 CORNELL   v. BUCKNELL at GP

10/9 CORNELL @ MARYLAND

Rugby

Jack Sears (L13) FlyHalf, Colby College Mules (2-0), from reporter Ted Sears –Colby Rugby Football Club men’s team senior and captain Jack Sears led the Mules to a season opener, come-from-behind victory over Bowdoin, 26-14.  Trailing 11-5 following the half, a concerted team effort allowed Colby to score a try and Jack’s perfect conversion attempt from a great distance and extremely difficult angle roused the crowd and inspired the team to dominate play from there on, never looking back.  Jack was true on his last 4 conversions, finishing 4 of 5.

Then on a Friday night away game, they beat Maine Maritime Academy 32-17, in the opponent’s homecoming match. In a hard hitting match in which the Mariners had the size advantage, the quick hands and gritty play of the Mules were the difference. That, and Jack split the uprights on 3 of 5 conversions and on a penalty kick as well.

David Spiritos (L13) Outside Centre, Northwestern Wildcats, first match, on 9/17, against Elmhurst—no result reported.

 

ANY OTHER BEARS PLAYING RUGBY???

 

Soccer

Nick Diaz (L13), Scott Powell (L13), Taylor Diaz (L15), Allegheny College Gators. 2-5-1 lost to Carnegie Mellon 1-2 ; Nick started, made 3 shots, 2 SoGs and 1 goal. Lost 0-1 to Wabash, Nick started and Scott played and got off a shot.

Charles Branche III (L16), Ohio Wesleyan University Battling Bishops, 5-1-2.

A.J. Miele (L16) Dickinson Red Devils, 3-4-1.

 

Sprint Football

Jacob Howard (L14) WR/K, Cornell Big Red (1-1) beat Mansfield 30-12, played.

Water Polo

Aidan Kelso (L13), Rahul Gill (L16), Connecticut College Camels, 3-6 the CC SID skimps in posting information on the college’s site.

Isher Gill, (L16), GWU Colonials, 3-3, unable to play this season.

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