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List of 3 news stories.

  • Volleyball Extends Win Streak to 8-0

    The Charger Volleyball team extended their winning streak to 8-0 on Friday defeating the Landmark School. This win secures the Chargers the number one seed and a first round bye in the IGC Championship Tournament. The Chargers will host the IGC semi-final game on Tuesday, October 31. The team is currently ranked 4th in New England. GO CHARGERS!
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  • Chargers Win Back-to-Back MBIL Races

    For the second straight week the Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall Cross Country team took home the top spot while running in the fourth regular season MBIL race yesterday at Jericho Forest in Weston. The Chargers bettered their team score from last week's victory, tallying an impressive 60 points. The team competed against a field of 111 runners from 8 different teams. First year runner Cam B. '19 finished 4th overall, earning his third top 5 finish of the season. Teammates Tyler S. '19Robert M. '19, Sam D. '20, Nick E. '18, freshman Boge L. '21, and Ben G. '20 rounded out the top 7. 
     
    Several team records were also set on Tuesday. Emily C. '19 set the girls team records at Jericho Forest with a time of 24:49. Marley F. '21 set the team course record for freshman girls, crossing the line in 25:09. Cam B. '19 set the boys team course record with a time of 18:43 and teammate Sam D. '20 set the boys team sophomore course record with a time of 19:30
     
    Top 7
    4. Cam B. '19
    9. Tyler S. '19
    11. Rob M. '19
    12. Sam D. '20
    24. Nick E. '18
    26. Boge L. '21
    58. Ben G. '20

    GO CHARGERS!
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  • 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:
     
    VARSITY SOFTBALL
    Impact Award: Aria R. ‘17
    Most Improved Player: Emma M. ‘19
    Coaches’ Award: Angela V. ‘18
     
    VARSITY BASEBALL
    Most Improved Player: Nathan L. ‘19
    Coach’s Award: Seung Soo “Joseph” C. ‘17
    Coach’s Award: Adam K. ‘18
     
    BOYS’ VARSITY LACROSSE
    Coaches’ Award: Dax D. ‘19
    Coaches’ Award: Jeffrey P. ‘17
     
    GIRLS’ VARSITY LACROSSE
    Most Valuable Player: Isabelle H. ‘18
    Unsung Hero: Lily A. ‘17
    Most Improved Player: Jordyn K. ‘19
    Coaches’ Award: Caroline B. ‘20
     
    VARSITY ULTIMATE FRISBEE
    Captains’ Award: Ryan F. ‘19
    Spirit Award: Tyler S. ‘19
    Rookie Award: Curtis A. ‘19
     
    ULTIMATE FRISBEE B
    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

    GO CHARGERS!
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