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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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  • 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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  • Girls' Basketball Earn NEPSAC Bid

    The Girls’ Varsity Basketball team has earned a bid to the NEPSAC Class E Tournament for the second consecutive year! The NEPSAC tournament consists of the top 8 ranked small schools in all of New England. The girls will travel to the Dublin School on Wednesday afternoon for the a 3:00 quarter-final game.  Congratulations and GO CHARGERS!
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