The Hawks baseball team (pictured above) came out looking for their third straight win against Browning on Monday afternoon, however they fell 0-2 in a hard fought battle. Landon Thomas was on the mound for the Hawks and pitched a fantastic game, only letting in two runs. The Hawks also made some excellent plays in the field. Hugo Godwin tracked down a deep fly ball in left. John Collins caught a flying line drive at short. Anton Stengel made a nice grab at second. Thomas Scholtz had some nice put outs at first. Landon Thomas hit the ball to right center for a base hit. The Browning pitcher held the Hawks from the score sheet. It was a well played game by two strong teams. The Hawks look to rebound against LFNY on Friday at 4pm.
(Above: Camryn Gregory took first in the 100m, 200m)
The track team had another outstanding meet this week. With friends and family cheering them on, the student-athletes gave their best effort, finishing first in many events.The boys finished first, second, and fourth in the 200m (Phineas Kraebber, 27.3., Samuel Carman, 28.8, Will Ennis, 31.1), first in the 800m (Sam Carman, 2:25.5), first in the 1600 (Theo Bammi, 5:26.5), first in the 4X200m (Will Ennis, AJ Daniels, Daniel Daza, Andrew Franks, 1:55.0), first in the 400m (Daniel Daza, 1:04.7), first in the 4X100m relay (James Cross, Phineas Kraebber, AJ Daniels, Andrew Franks, 58.5), first 4X400m relay (Jax Floyd, Daniel Daza, Theo Bammi, Samuel Carman, 5:15.4), and second and third in the 100m (Andrew Franks, 13.2, Phineas Kraebber, 13.3).The girls finished first, second, and fourth in the 200m (Camryn Gregory, 30.8, Lulu Ezekwenna, 31.0, Lucy Bronson, 32.3), third in the 400m (Alex Ellerstein, 1:16.2), first in the 4X100m (Lucy Bronson, Lulu Ezekwenna, Nathalie Vieux-Gresham, Camryn Gregory, 1:02.3), first in the 100m (Camryn Gregory), first in the 4X200m (Nathalie Vieux-Gresham, Madison Flemming, Alex Ellerstein, Lucy Bronson, 2:16.5), and first in the 4X400m (Sarah Calvo, Lulu Ezekwenna, Amy Cunningham, Alex Ellerstein, 6:05.8).Whether it was Phineas making up the difference on his leg of the 4X100m, Camryn edging out the lead runner in the 100m, or Samuel choosing his moment to out-kick the field in the 800m, there were many highlights. The student-athletes have improved a great deal this season, and we are very proud of them.We have been informed that it is possible we will have one more meet next Thursday. (This is contingent on suitable weather on Tuesday which would allow a high school meet to take place, the rain date for which is next Thursday.) Please check the Athletic’s Portal on Tuesday to see if the meet next Thursday will take place.
The softball team (pictured above) is steadily improving and looking forward to facing the Cathedral School next week on Thursday 5/14 at 4pm.