Athletes of the Week Ending 10/8

Athletes of the Week Ending 10/8

The following students have been named Athletes of the Week ending October 8:

Lisa McIntyre '23 - Soccer - Lisa was a constant threat on the attack against nationally ranked Pennington last Saturday. She scored the first goal to get the Devils on the board after the team trailed 0-2 early on. Lisa also made a big defensive play in the first half preventing another goal by Pennington. Lisa continued to fight through an injury to contribute in the 2nd half and helped lead the team to a 2-2 final. Lisa also scored a goal earlier in the week in a 6-0 win over Baldwin. Way to go, Lisa!  

Jayden Sumpter '24 - Football - Jayden had 18 carries for 201 yards and 2 touchdowns in last week’s 40-21 victory over Father Judge. Jayden is new to SCH this year, and we are so glad he is a part of our community. We look forward to more of his success during the rest of the season and beyond! 

Ryan Curtin '26 - Soccer - Ryan started and played great in the JV game versus Baldwin last Thursday. She made great contributions to the win, including an amazing left-footed shot from far outside the 18 for a goal! Awesome work, Ryan!

Finley Redpath '24 and Sam Newbold '24 - Tennis - Finley and Sam play #1 doubles on the JV tennis squad. They have proven themselves in the last three matches to be extremely determined and gritty competitors! They came from behind vs Hill and AIS to win in the 3rd set with tiebreakers, then vs PC, they won in two sets to clinch the team victory that day. Great job!

Corin Cooper '28 - Soccer - Corin had his best performance of the season in last Thursday’s JV match-up with GA. The Blue Devils gave it their all, ultimately coming up short in a hard-fought match, but Corin led the offense to several spectacular attacks. In addition, Corin demonstrated remarkable speed and moves that left the opponents wondering how he did that! 

Maeve Carr-Lemke '27 - Cross Country - Maeve has continually been a positive force on our team and is always willing to take leadership roles, helping the younger runners stretch and warm up. She has also improved her time over the course of the season and is poised to break her PR from last year. Keep up the good work, Maeve!

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