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Athletics Director News

List of 2 news stories.

  • Chargers Recognized at Spring Athletics' Awards Night

    Monday evening, May 22, we gathered to celebrate the accomplishments of all of our spring athletic teams as well as recognize some individual award winners for their outstanding contributions. Congratulations to the following award winners:
    Impact Award: Aria R. ‘17
    Most Improved Player: Emma M. ‘19
    Coaches’ Award: Angela V. ‘18
    Most Improved Player: Nathan L. ‘19
    Coach’s Award: Seung Soo “Joseph” C. ‘17
    Coach’s Award: Adam K. ‘18
    Coaches’ Award: Dax D. ‘19
    Coaches’ Award: Jeffrey P. ‘17
    Most Valuable Player: Isabelle H. ‘18
    Unsung Hero: Lily A. ‘17
    Most Improved Player: Jordyn K. ‘19
    Coaches’ Award: Caroline B. ‘20
    Captains’ Award: Ryan F. ‘19
    Spirit Award: Tyler S. ‘19
    Rookie Award: Curtis A. ‘19
    Spirit Award: Gabriel A. '19
    Spirit Award: Yaqi "Aries" L. '20
    Captain's Award: Evan K. '19

    Congratulations to the following athletes on being awarded all-league recognition:
    IGC Softball All-League:
    Savannah W. ‘17
    Kathleen C. ‘19
    Makayla M. ‘20
    MBIL Boys’ Lacrosse All-League:
    Xavier H. ‘18
    Dax D. ‘19
    IGC Girls’ Lacrosse All-League:
    Clea E. ‘17
    Isabelle Y. ‘17
    Isabelle H. ‘18
    MBIL Ultimate Frisbee All-League:
    Ryan D. ‘17
    Edward E. ‘19
    Tyler S. ‘19

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  • Spring Athletics Day!

    Come out and support your Chargers this Saturday, April 29 at our Spring Athletics Day!  We will be hosting 4 varsity games between 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. followed by a campus barbecue in front of Harrington Hall.  Student government will be hosting lawn games during the barbecue along with an outdoor movie on the Harrington Lawn at 8:00 p.m.  The complete game schedule is below.  GO CHARGERS!

    Girls’ Lax vs. BTA 11:00 a.m. (Lower)
    Softball vs. BTA 1:00 (Lower)
    Ultimate A vs. Pingree 1:00 (Upper)
    Boys’ Lax vs. BTA 3:00 (Upper)
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It’s no secret that consistent physical exercise benefits the body and the mind. The experience of being part of a team and the camaraderie it inspires are immeasurable. Student-athletes transfer lessons learned in the classroom into action on the playing field. With that in mind, we make athletic activities, including competitive varsity sports and non-competitive training for personal physical conditioning, part of our daily routine.

The best part about sports at CH-CH is that they’re open to both seasoned and new athletes. We’re willing to teach the sport and make sure an athlete has the opportunity to be a member of whatever team they chose. This is a school where everyone is the member of a team.

We offer a wide selection of competitive team sports as well as non-competitive sports and activities. Our JV level programs focus on participation, skill development and the opportunity to gain new experiences. The varsity level programs will focus more on skill development, competition, and the pursuit of excellence.

Because our athletics and activities program is so vital to the CH-CH experience, families often have specific questions about league affiliation, student participation, and other aspects of the program. Please contact our Athletic Director, Lori White at 781-314-0850 or with any programmatic questions.

#9 Determination on the Field

"We really take our athletics seriously. On the softball team, even though we didn't win every game, we always went back out there determined to win."

Emily A. '15

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