Athletics Director News

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  • Charger Classic 2016

    Campus is abuzz with spirit as the entire community looks forward to the Charger Classic Basketball Tournament on December 8-10.  The tournament will include both our girls' and boys' varsity basketball teams. This year's tournament begins with the boys on Thursday and then the girls will play on Friday. Boston Trinity Academy, Eagle Hill School, Cambridge School of Weston, and The International School of Boston will be bringing their teams to challenge our Chargers! The full schedule is listed below.

    Thursday, December 8
    Boys’ Round 1:
    Eagle Hill (Home) vs. ISB (Away) 5:30
    CHCH vs. CSW 7:00
    Friday, December 9
    Girls’ Round 1:
    Eagle Hill (Home) vs. BTA (Away) 5:30
    CHCH vs. CSW 7:00
    Saturday, December 10
    Boys’ Consolation game 10:30 a.m.
    Girls’ Consolation game 12:00 p.m.
    Boys’ Final 1:30 p.m.
    Girls’ Final 3:00 p.m.
    Go Chargers!
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  • Chargers Recognized at Athletics Awards Night

    Monday evening, November 7, 2016, we gathered to celebrate the accomplishments of all of our fall athletic teams as well as recognize some individual award winners for their outstanding contributions.  Congratulations to the following award winners:

    Captains' Award: Mengmeng X. (’18)
    Coaches' Award: India C. (’19)
    Coaches' Award: Jordyn K. (’19)

    Captains' Award: Edward E. (’19)
    Team Award: Ryan D. (’17)
    Coaches' Award: Nira B. (’17)

    Most Valuable Player: Wei 'David' Z. (’19)
    Most Improved Player: Benjamin G. (’20)
    Coaches' Award: Malachi L. (’19)

    Most Valuable Player: Hunter C. (’18)
    Most Improved Player: Alexandra L. (’17)
    Coaches' Award: Savannah W. (’17)

    Most Valuable Player: Noa G.-E. (’19)
    Most Improved Player: Jillian B. (’19)

    Most Valuable Runner: Tyler S. (’19)
    Most Improved Runner: MingJie 'MJ' W. (’19)
    Most Improved Runner: Benjamin G. (’20)
    Coaches' Award: Jiarong Z. (’18)

    Most Improved Player: Seung Soo 'Joseph' C. (’17)
    Coach's Award: Carl R. (’17)
    Congratulations to the following athletes on being awarded all-league recognition:

    IGC Girls' Soccer - Lily A. (’17)
    IGC Volleyball - Hunter C. (’18)
    IGC Volleyball - Phoebe D. (’18)
    MBIL Cross Country - Tyler S. (’19)
    MBIL Boys' Soccer - Ryan D. (’17)

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  • Charger Teams Head to Playoffs

    The Boys’ Varsity Soccer team secured the #5 seed in the MBIL Tournament with a big win earlier this week against Boston Trinity Academy.  The team heads to #4 seeded Waring Thursday, October 27 for the first round of playoffs.  The Girls’ Varsity Volleyball team has secured the #2 seed in the IGC Tournament, earning themselves a bye in the first round.  They will host the IGC semi-finals next Tuesday, November 1 at 4:00.  The Cross Country team will also be hosting the MBIL Championship race next Wednesday, November 2 at 3:00 here on campus.  Please come out to support our Chargers!  Congratulations and good luck to all teams as we head into playoff season!  
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