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Team Opponent Date Time Location Advantage Type Details Result Score Recap Status
Field Hockey - Varsity vs.
NEPSAC Finals, Governor's
Ethel Walker Away Details Loss 2-3
Field Hockey - Varsity vs.
NEPSAC Semi-Finals, Suffield Academy
Suffield Academy Away Details Win 4-0
Field Hockey - Varsity vs.
New England Quarterfinals, BB&N
St. Mark's Home Details Win 5-1
Soccer - Varsity Boys vs.
New England Quarterfinals, South Kent
South Kent Away Details Loss 0-2
Soccer - Varsity Girls vs.
New England Quarterfinals, Tabor
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 1-4
Cross Country - JV Boys
New Englands
Choate Away Details 4th Place
Cross Country - JV Girls
New Englands
Berkshire School Away Details 9th Place
Cross Country - Varsity Boys
New Englands
Choate Away Details 8th Place
Soccer - Thirds Boys vs.
Groton
St. Mark's Home Details Win 4-2
Soccer - JV Boys vs.
Groton
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 0-2
Soccer - Varsity Boys vs.
Groton
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 0-1
Field Hockey - JV vs.
Groton
St. Mark's Home Details Tie 1-1
Soccer - JV Girls vs.
Groton
St. Mark's Home Details Tie 2-2
Field Hockey - Varsity vs.
Groton
St. Mark's Home Details Win 4-1
Soccer - Varsity Girls vs.
Groton
St. Mark's Home Details Win 3-1
Football - Varsity vs.
Groton
St. Mark's Home Details Win 25-7
Cross Country - Varsity Girls
New Englands
Berkshire School Away Details 15th Place
Soccer - Thirds Girls vs.
Milton
Milton Away Details Loss 0-7
Soccer - JV Boys vs.
Belmont Hill
St. Mark's Home Details Win 2-1
Soccer - Varsity Boys vs.
Belmont Hill
St. Mark's Home Details Tie 1-1
Football - JV vs.
Middlesex
St. Mark's Home Details Win 20-8
Soccer - Thirds Boys vs.
Middlesex
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 1-2
Soccer - Varsity Girls vs.
Worcester Academy
Worcester Academy Away Details Tie 2-2 CHANGED: *Note date/time change
Cross Country - JV Girls
ISL Championships
Lawrence Academy Away Details 7th Place

The girls cross country team traveled to Lawrence Academy on November 3 for the ISL Championship races. The junior varsity girls was the final race of the day and the girls set off ready to attack the muddy course. Fifth former Lennon Isaac had a breakout race finishing 19th and leading her team to a 7th place finish. Third former Waverly Shi, and fifth formers Jenny Shan, Kate Normandin and Haley Dion were the other four scoring runners. Emily Taylor ‘19 and Claire O’Brien ‘18 rounded out the seven point contributors acting as displacers. Several other girls ran strong times, including third former Clara Hua who ran a personal best on a challenging course. The team is looking forward to the final week of the season and the New England Championships.

Cross Country - Varsity Boys
ISL Championships
Lawrence Academy Away Details 2nd Place

St. Mark’s travelled to Lawrence Academy for the 46th ISL Cross Country Championships. After a strong season, during which we ran to a 14-1 League record, the team hoped that it could win the ISL’s. While we ran a great race, those dreams were not realized: we finished second to a determined Roxbury Latin team. Roxbury finished with 50 points, while St. Mark’s had 67 (low score wins). It was a two-team race, as the next best finisher had almost twice as many points as St. Mark’s. The second place finish marked the best score for the SMXC team since we won the ISL’s in 2013. Grant Gattuso ’19 finished first for our team and a strong fourth out of 109 total runners. Captain Steven Burke ‘18 also ran a great race, finishing tenth overall. In addition, Captain Jack Thalmann ’18 ran the best race of his career, capturing the 15th spot. Jack was followed by strong races from Hans Wu ’19 (18th), Captain Colin Boylan ’18 (20th), Nolan Willoughby ’21 (25th), and Ben Teixeira ’19 (28th). Next on the schedule: the NEPSTA Division I Cross-Country Championships at Choate.

Soccer - JV Boys vs.
Tabor
Tabor Away Details Tie 2-2
Football - Varsity vs.
Nobles
Nobles Away Details Win 35-7
Soccer - Varsity Boys vs.
Tabor
Tabor Away Details Win 4-3
Field Hockey - JV vs.
Tabor
Tabor Away Details Win 5-0
Soccer - JV Girls vs.
Tabor
Tabor Away Details Win 1-0
Field Hockey - Varsity vs.
Tabor
Tabor Away Details Win 6-1
Soccer - Varsity Girls vs.
Tabor
Tabor Away Details Loss 2-3
Soccer - Thirds Boys vs.
Tabor
Tabor Away Details Win 4-2
Soccer - Thirds Girls vs.
Tabor
Tabor Away Details Loss 1-8
Cross Country - Varsity Girls
ISL Championships
Lawrence Academy Away Details 12th Place

The girls cross country team traveled to Lawrence Academy on November 3 for the ISL Championship races. It was a great day for racing and many of the varsity girls ran strong races. However, because the top runner was unable to finish the race, the team finished low in the standings. Third former Lindsay Davis ran a great time in her first big race finishing 38th out of 85 and first for St. Mark’s. She was followed by sixth formers Sophie Haugen, Isabelle Titcomb and Caroline McGinnis. Fifth former Katherine Ewald running strong despite an injured achilles was our fifth scoring runner. Rosanna Zhao was our final varsity finisher. The team is looking forward to the final week of the season and the New England Championships.

Cross Country - JV Boys
ISL Championships
Lawrence Academy Away Details 2nd Place

St. Mark’s travelled to Lawrence Academy for the 46th ISL Cross Country Championships. After a strong season, during which our JV squad ran to a 15-0 League record, the team hoped that it could win the ISL’s. While we ran a great race, those dreams were not realized: we finished second to a determined Roxbury Latin team. Roxbury finished with 21 points, while St. Mark’s had 38 (low score wins). It was a two-team race, as the next best finisher had twice as many points as St. Mark’s. Captain Henry Butterfield ‘18 finished first for our team and a strong fourth out of 235 total runners. Rick Sarkar ‘19 also ran a great race, finishing fifth overall. Rick was followed by strong races from Blake Gattuso ’20 (8th), Kareem Chambers ’19 (10th), Connor Browder ’19 (11th), and Matt Walsh ’19 (25th). Next on the schedule: the NEPSTA Division I Cross-Country Championships at Choate.

Field Hockey - JV vs.
Thayer
Thayer Away Details Win 2-1 CHANGED: *Note time change
Soccer - JV Girls vs.
Thayer
St. Mark's Home Details Win 4-1
Soccer - Varsity Girls vs.
Thayer
St. Mark's Home Details Tie 3-3
Field Hockey - Varsity vs.
Thayer
Thayer Away Details Win 2-1 CHANGED: *Note time change
Soccer - JV Boys vs.
Thayer
Thayer Away Details Win 1-0
Soccer - Varsity Boys vs.
Thayer
Thayer Away Details Win 5-1
Soccer - Thirds Girls vs.
Middlesex
St. Mark's Home Details Win 2-1
Football - JV vs.
Groton
St. Mark's Home Details Tie 0-0 CHANGED: *Note time change
Cross Country - Varsity Boys vs.
Roxbury Latin
Middlesex Away Details Loss 33-23

St. Mark’s travelled to Middlesex during its Parents’ Weekend (our fourth straight Parents’ Weekend) to face the host school as well as Roxbury Latin and St. George’s. St. Mark’s defeated Middlesex (15-45) and St. George’s (18-45). However, in a battle of the two remaining unbeaten ISL teams, Roxbury Latin beat SM 23-33. Our team is now 15-1 for the season and 14-1 in the ISL. Grant Gattuso ’19 again led the way for SM finishing third overall. Grant was followed by Captain Steven Burke ’18 (4th), Hans Wu ’19 (8th), Captain Colin Boylan ’18 (9th), Captain Jack Thalmann ’18, (12th), Ben Teixiera ’19 (17th), and Rick Sarkar ’19 (19th). The regular season is now over, and we are preparing for the ISL Championships next Friday at Lawrence Academy.

Cross Country - Varsity Boys vs.
St. George's
Middlesex Away Details Win 18-45

St. Mark’s travelled to Middlesex during its Parents’ Weekend (our fourth straight Parents’ Weekend) to face the host school as well as Roxbury Latin and St. George’s. St. Mark’s defeated Middlesex (15-45) and St. George’s (18-45). However, in a battle of the two remaining unbeaten ISL teams, Roxbury Latin beat SM 23-33. Our team is now 15-1 for the season and 14-1 in the ISL. Grant Gattuso ’19 again led the way for SM finishing third overall. Grant was followed by Captain Steven Burke ’18 (4th), Hans Wu ’19 (8th), Captain Colin Boylan ’18 (9th), Captain Jack Thalmann ’18, (12th), Ben Teixiera ’19 (17th), and Rick Sarkar ’19 (19th). The regular season is now over, and we are preparing for the ISL Championships next Friday at Lawrence Academy.

Cross Country - Varsity Boys vs.
Middlesex
Middlesex Away Details Win 15-45

St. Mark’s travelled to Middlesex during its Parents’ Weekend (our fourth straight Parents’ Weekend) to face the host school as well as Roxbury Latin and St. George’s. St. Mark’s defeated Middlesex (15-45) and St. George’s (18-45). However, in a battle of the two remaining unbeaten ISL teams, Roxbury Latin beat SM 23-33. Our team is now 15-1 for the season and 14-1 in the ISL. Grant Gattuso ’19 again led the way for SM finishing third overall. Grant was followed by Captain Steven Burke ’18 (4th), Hans Wu ’19 (8th), Captain Colin Boylan ’18 (9th), Captain Jack Thalmann ’18, (12th), Ben Teixiera ’19 (17th), and Rick Sarkar ’19 (19th). The regular season is now over, and we are preparing for the ISL Championships next Friday at Lawrence Academy.

Cross Country - Varsity Girls vs.
Middlesex
Middlesex Away Details Loss 46-20

On Saturday, October 28, the girls cross country team traveled to Middlesex to face St. George’s and Middlesex in our final in-season race. The JV and Varsity teams ran in one combined race. Nina Tanaka ran a very strategic race staying behind Middlesex’s top three runners for much of the race and then passed them to win the race. In doing so, she led the St. Mark’s team to a victory over St. George’s. Two of our usual varsity runners were not running, but many others stepped up to help with the victory over St. George’s, but we were not able to best the strong and deep Middlesex team. Sixth Formers Sophie Haugen and Isabelle Titcomb, and Third formers Samantha Wang and Eve Elkins were the other four scoring runners for the varsity race. Waverly Shi and Rosanna Zhao were displacers against St. George’s. The JV team was scored and unfortunately came up short against the strong Middlesex team. St. George’s did not have enough runners for a JV team. The scoring runners in the JV team were: Jenny Shan, Kate Normandin, Haley Dion, Emily Taylor and Claire O’Brien. Many girls ran strong races, but three, Waverly Shi, Isabelle Titcomb and Pear Phongphaew ran season best times.

The girls are looking forward to the two championship races starting with the ISL Championships on November 3.


Cross Country - Varsity Girls vs.
St. George's
Middlesex Away Details Win 27-30

On Saturday, October 28, the girls cross country team traveled to Middlesex to face St. George’s and Middlesex in our final in-season race. The JV and Varsity teams ran in one combined race. Nina Tanaka ran a very strategic race staying behind Middlesex’s top three runners for much of the race and then passed them to win the race. In doing so, she led the St. Mark’s team to a victory over St. George’s. Two of our usual varsity runners were not running, but many others stepped up to help with the victory over St. George’s, but we were not able to best the strong and deep Middlesex team. Sixth Formers Sophie Haugen and Isabelle Titcomb, and Third formers Samantha Wang and Eve Elkins were the other four scoring runners for the varsity race. Waverly Shi and Rosanna Zhao were displacers against St. George’s. The JV team was scored and unfortunately came up short against the strong Middlesex team. St. George’s did not have enough runners for a JV team. The scoring runners in the JV team were: Jenny Shan, Kate Normandin, Haley Dion, Emily Taylor and Claire O’Brien. Many girls ran strong races, but three, Waverly Shi, Isabelle Titcomb and Pear Phongphaew ran season best times.

The girls are looking forward to the two championship races starting with the ISL Championships on November 3.


Cross Country - JV Girls vs.
Middlesex
Middlesex Away Details Loss 45-15

On Saturday, October 28, the girls cross country team traveled to Middlesex to face St. George’s and Middlesex in our final in-season race. The JV and Varsity teams ran in one combined race. Nina Tanaka ran a very strategic race staying behind Middlesex’s top three runners for much of the race and then passed them to win the race. In doing so, she led the St. Mark’s team to a victory over St. George’s. Two of our usual varsity runners were not running, but many others stepped up to help with the victory over St. George’s, but we were not able to best the strong and deep Middlesex team. Sixth Formers Sophie Haugen and Isabelle Titcomb, and Third formers Samantha Wang and Eve Elkins were the other four scoring runners for the varsity race. Waverly Shi and Rosanna Zhao were displacers against St. George’s. The JV team was scored and unfortunately came up short against the strong Middlesex team. St. George’s did not have enough runners for a JV team. The scoring runners in the JV team were: Jenny Shan, Kate Normandin, Haley Dion, Emily Taylor and Claire O’Brien. Many girls ran strong races, but three, Waverly Shi, Isabelle Titcomb and Pear Phongphaew ran season best times.

The girls are looking forward to the two championship races starting with the ISL Championships on November 3.


Cross Country - JV Boys vs.
Roxbury Latin
Middlesex Away Details Win 26-29

St. Mark’s travelled to Middlesex during its Parents’ Weekend (our fourth straight Parents’ Weekend). St. Mark’s defeated all three opponents: Middlesex (15-48), Roxbury Latin (26-29), and St. George’s (15-50). The team is now 16-0 for the season and 15-0 in the ISL. Nolan Willoughby ’21 led from start to finish and earned first place in the race. Nolan was followed by Blake Gattuso ’20, who ran down a couple opponents in the last 400 meters to help seal the team win and his second place finish. Captain Henry Butterfield ’18 (6th), Connor Browder ’19 (7th), Matt Walsh ’19 (10th), Kareem Chambers ’19 (12th), and Leo Xie ’19 (20th) completed our scorers/displacers. In addition, Noon Chanshanwut ‘21, Ben Hunnewell ‘18, Ryder Henry ‘20, Will Lu ’20, and Alan Gao ’19 all earned PR’s. The regular season is now over, and we are preparing for the ISL Championships next Friday at Lawrence Academy.

Cross Country - JV Boys vs.
St. George's
Middlesex Away Details Win 15-50

St. Mark’s travelled to Middlesex during its Parents’ Weekend (our fourth straight Parents’ Weekend). St. Mark’s defeated all three opponents: Middlesex (15-48), Roxbury Latin (26-29), and St. George’s (15-50). The team is now 16-0 for the season and 15-0 in the ISL. Nolan Willoughby ’21 led from start to finish and earned first place in the race. Nolan was followed by Blake Gattuso ’20, who ran down a couple opponents in the last 400 meters to help seal the team win and his second place finish. Captain Henry Butterfield ’18 (6th), Connor Browder ’19 (7th), Matt Walsh ’19 (10th), Kareem Chambers ’19 (12th), and Leo Xie ’19 (20th) completed our scorers/displacers. In addition, Noon Chanshanwut ‘21, Ben Hunnewell ‘18, Ryder Henry ‘20, Will Lu ’20, and Alan Gao ’19 all earned PR’s. The regular season is now over, and we are preparing for the ISL Championships next Friday at Lawrence Academy.

Cross Country - JV Boys vs.
Middlesex
Middlesex Away Details Win 15-48

St. Mark’s travelled to Middlesex during its Parents’ Weekend (our fourth straight Parents’ Weekend). St. Mark’s defeated all three opponents: Middlesex (15-48), Roxbury Latin (26-29), and St. George’s (15-50). The team is now 16-0 for the season and 15-0 in the ISL. Nolan Willoughby ’21 led from start to finish and earned first place in the race. Nolan was followed by Blake Gattuso ’20, who ran down a couple opponents in the last 400 meters to help seal the team win and his second place finish. Captain Henry Butterfield ’18 (6th), Connor Browder ’19 (7th), Matt Walsh ’19 (10th), Kareem Chambers ’19 (12th), and Leo Xie ’19 (20th) completed our scorers/displacers. In addition, Noon Chanshanwut ‘21, Ben Hunnewell ‘18, Ryder Henry ‘20, Will Lu ’20, and Alan Gao ’19 all earned PR’s. The regular season is now over, and we are preparing for the ISL Championships next Friday at Lawrence Academy.

Soccer - JV Boys vs.
Rivers
St. Mark's Home Details Win 4-0
Soccer - JV Girls vs.
Rivers
St. Mark's Home Details Tie 1-1
Field Hockey - JV vs.
Rivers
St. Mark's Home Details Tie 0-0
Soccer - Varsity Boys vs.
Rivers
St. Mark's Home Details Win 3-2
Field Hockey - Varsity vs.
Rivers
St. Mark's Home Details Win 2-1
Soccer - Varsity Girls vs.
Rivers
St. Mark's Home Details Tie 0-0
Football - Varsity vs.
Rivers
St. Mark's Home Details Win 42-8
Soccer - Thirds Girls vs.
Middlesex
Middlesex Away Details Win 2-0
Soccer - JV Boys vs.
St. Sebastian's
St. Mark's Home Details Win 1-0
Soccer - Varsity Boys vs.
St. Sebastian's
St. Sebastian's Away Details Win 1-0
Soccer - Varsity Girls vs.
Southfield
Southfield Away Details Win 2-0
Soccer - JV Girls vs.
*Note location change, Southfield
St. Mark's Home Details Win 6-0
Field Hockey - JV vs.
Fay
St. Mark's Home Details Tie 1-1
Field Hockey - JV vs.
Governor's Academy
Governor's Academy Away Details Win 2-0
Football - Varsity vs.
St. George's
St. George's Away Details Win 33-28
Cross Country - Varsity Boys vs.
Brooks
Brooks Away Details Win 15-50

St. Mark’s travelled to Brooks during its Parents’ Weekend to face the host school as well as Belmont Hill and Milton. On an unseasonably warm day, St. Mark’s defeated all three teams: SM 16, Belmont Hill 47; St. Mark’s 15, Brooks 50; and St. Mark’s 15, Milton 50. The team is now 13-0 for the season and 12-0 in the ISL. Grant Gattuso ’19 again led the way for SM finishing first overall. Our pack then took six of the next seven spots: Captain Steven Burke ’18 (2nd), Ben Teixiera ’19 (3rd), Hans Wu ’19 (4th), Captain Jack Thalmann ’18, (6th), Captain Colin Boylan ’18 (7th), and Rick Sarkar ’19 (8th). Impressively, SM took seven of the top eight spots in the quad race. We will hit the trails for another tough week of training before traveling to Middlesex next Saturday to face the host, St. George’s, and the other undefeated team in the ISL: Roxbury Latin.

CHANGED: *Note time change
Cross Country - Varsity Boys vs.
Milton
Brooks Away Details Win 15-50

St. Mark’s travelled to Brooks during its Parents’ Weekend to face the host school as well as Belmont Hill and Milton. On an unseasonably warm day, St. Mark’s defeated all three teams: SM 16, Belmont Hill 47; St. Mark’s 15, Brooks 50; and St. Mark’s 15, Milton 50. The team is now 13-0 for the season and 12-0 in the ISL. Grant Gattuso ’19 again led the way for SM finishing first overall. Our pack then took six of the next seven spots: Captain Steven Burke ’18 (2nd), Ben Teixiera ’19 (3rd), Hans Wu ’19 (4th), Captain Jack Thalmann ’18, (6th), Captain Colin Boylan ’18 (7th), and Rick Sarkar ’19 (8th). Impressively, SM took seven of the top eight spots in the quad race. We will hit the trails for another tough week of training before traveling to Middlesex next Saturday to face the host, St. George’s, and the other undefeated team in the ISL: Roxbury Latin.

CHANGED: *Note time change
Cross Country - Varsity Boys vs.
Belmont Hill
Brooks Away Details Win 16-47

St. Mark’s travelled to Brooks during its Parents’ Weekend to face the host school as well as Belmont Hill and Milton. On an unseasonably warm day, St. Mark’s defeated all three teams: SM 16, Belmont Hill 47; St. Mark’s 15, Brooks 50; and St. Mark’s 15, Milton 50. The team is now 13-0 for the season and 12-0 in the ISL. Grant Gattuso ’19 again led the way for SM finishing first overall. Our pack then took six of the next seven spots: Captain Steven Burke ’18 (2nd), Ben Teixiera ’19 (3rd), Hans Wu ’19 (4th), Captain Jack Thalmann ’18, (6th), Captain Colin Boylan ’18 (7th), and Rick Sarkar ’19 (8th). Impressively, SM took seven of the top eight spots in the quad race. We will hit the trails for another tough week of training before traveling to Middlesex next Saturday to face the host, St. George’s, and the other undefeated team in the ISL: Roxbury Latin.

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Cross Country - JV Boys vs.
Belmont Hill
Brooks Away Details Win 16-43

St. Mark’s travelled to Brooks during its Parents’ Weekend to face the host school as well as Belmont Hill and Milton. On an unseasonably warm day, St. Mark’s defeated all three teams: SM 16, Belmont Hill 43; St. Mark’s 15, Brooks 50; and St. Mark’s 15, Milton 50. The team is now 13-0 for the season and 12-0 in the ISL. The JV team has also extended its undefeated dual meet record, extending back to 2015, to 35-0. Connor Browder ’19 led the way for SM finishing first overall. Our pack then took four of the next five spots: Nolan Willoughby ’21 (2nd), Captain Henry Butterfield ’18 (3nd), Blake Gattuso ’20 (4th), and Crawford Wittman ’21 (6th). Impressively, SM took four of the top five spots in the quad race. In addition, Connor, Crawford, Will Lu ’20, and Alan Gao ’19 all earned PR’s on Brooks’ tough course. We will hit the trails for another tough week of training before travelling to Middlesex next Saturday to face the host, Roxbury Latin, and St. George’s.

Cross Country - JV Boys vs.
Milton
Brooks Away Details Win 15-50

St. Mark’s travelled to Brooks during its Parents’ Weekend to face the host school as well as Belmont Hill and Milton. On an unseasonably warm day, St. Mark’s defeated all three teams: SM 16, Belmont Hill 43; St. Mark’s 15, Brooks 50; and St. Mark’s 15, Milton 50. The team is now 13-0 for the season and 12-0 in the ISL. The JV team has also extended its undefeated dual meet record, extending back to 2015, to 35-0. Connor Browder ’19 led the way for SM finishing first overall. Our pack then took four of the next five spots: Nolan Willoughby ’21 (2nd), Captain Henry Butterfield ’18 (3nd), Blake Gattuso ’20 (4th), and Crawford Wittman ’21 (6th). Impressively, SM took four of the top five spots in the quad race. In addition, Connor, Crawford, Will Lu ’20, and Alan Gao ’19 all earned PR’s on Brooks’ tough course. We will hit the trails for another tough week of training before travelling to Middlesex next Saturday to face the host, Roxbury Latin, and St. George’s.

Cross Country - JV Boys vs.
Brooks
Brooks Away Details Win 15-50

St. Mark’s travelled to Brooks during its Parents’ Weekend to face the host school as well as Belmont Hill and Milton. On an unseasonably warm day, St. Mark’s defeated all three teams: SM 16, Belmont Hill 43; St. Mark’s 15, Brooks 50; and St. Mark’s 15, Milton 50. The team is now 13-0 for the season and 12-0 in the ISL. The JV team has also extended its undefeated dual meet record, extending back to 2015, to 35-0. Connor Browder ’19 led the way for SM finishing first overall. Our pack then took four of the next five spots: Nolan Willoughby ’21 (2nd), Captain Henry Butterfield ’18 (3nd), Blake Gattuso ’20 (4th), and Crawford Wittman ’21 (6th). Impressively, SM took four of the top five spots in the quad race. In addition, Connor, Crawford, Will Lu ’20, and Alan Gao ’19 all earned PR’s on Brooks’ tough course. We will hit the trails for another tough week of training before travelling to Middlesex next Saturday to face the host, Roxbury Latin, and St. George’s.

Soccer - Varsity Boys vs.
Governor's Academy
Governor's Academy Away Details Win 3-2
Soccer - Varsity Girls vs.
Governor's Academy
Governor's Academy Away Details Win 4-2
Soccer - JV Boys vs.
Governor's Academy
Governor's Academy Away Details Win 3-0
Soccer - JV Girls vs.
Governor's Academy
Governor's Academy Away Details Win 2-0
Field Hockey - Varsity vs.
Governor's Academy
Governor's Academy Away Details Loss 3-4 OT
Cross Country - JV Girls vs.
Brooks
Brooks Away Details Win 15-48
Cross Country - JV Girls vs.
Milton
Brooks Away Details Win 17-38
Cross Country - Varsity Girls vs.
Brooks
Brooks Away Details Win 27-32

On October 21, the girls cross country team traveled to Brooks to run against Brooks and Milton. The varsity and JV ran in a combined race, though it was scored separately. Nina Tanaka won the race after strategically running with Milton’s top runner for much of the race and pulling away at the end! Sophie Haugen finished next for St. Mark’s and 7th overall. She was closely followed by Lindsay Davis, Isabelle Titcomb and Lennon Isaac who finished 9th,10th, and 11th securing the win over both teams. Rosanna Zhao and Eve Elkins acted as displacers in the varsity race. The scoring runners for the JV in the victories over Brooks and MIlton were Caroline McGinnis, Kate Normandin, Jenny Shan, Katherine Ewald and Waverly Shi. Nikki Klowdoska and Jiwon Choi were displacers against Brooks.

Many girls demonstrated wonderful commitment and camaraderie by stepping up to fill the roles of teammates who were injured. Others sacrificed their own performances to help a teammate in need. Overall, the teams showed great character and leadership as they each earned two victories.


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Cross Country - Varsity Girls vs.
Milton
Brooks Away Details Win 26-29

On October 21, the girls cross country team traveled to Brooks to run against Brooks and Milton. The varsity and JV ran in a combined race, though it was scored separately. Nina Tanaka won the race after strategically running with Milton’s top runner for much of the race and pulling away at the end! Sophie Haugen finished next for St. Mark’s and 7th overall. She was closely followed by Lindsay Davis, Isabelle Titcomb and Lennon Isaac who finished 9th,10th, and 11th securing the win over both teams. Rosanna Zhao and Eve Elkins acted as displacers in the varsity race. The scoring runners for the JV in the victories over Brooks and MIlton were Caroline McGinnis, Kate Normandin, Jenny Shan, Katherine Ewald and Waverly Shi. Nikki Klowdoska and Jiwon Choi were displacers against Brooks.

Many girls demonstrated wonderful commitment and camaraderie by stepping up to fill the roles of teammates who were injured. Others sacrificed their own performances to help a teammate in need. Overall, the teams showed great character and leadership as they each earned two victories.


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Soccer - Thirds Boys vs.
Rivers
St. Mark's Home Details Win 5-3
Field Hockey - Varsity vs.
Milton
St. Mark's Home Details Win 3-2 CHANGED: *Note time change
Soccer - JV Boys vs.
Milton
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 0-1
Soccer - Varsity Boys vs.
Milton
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 2-4
Soccer - JV Girls vs.
Milton
St. Mark's Home Details Win 6-1
Soccer - Varsity Girls vs.
Milton
St. Mark's Home Details Win 3-0
Soccer - Thirds Boys vs.
Brooks
St. Mark's Home Details Tie 1-1
Field Hockey - JV vs.
Milton
St. Mark's Home Details Win 3-1
Cross Country - Varsity Boys vs.
Tabor
St. Mark's Home Details Win 23-38

St. Mark’s hosted Tabor Academy during our Parents’ Weekend. St. Mark’s beat Tabor by a strong score of 23-38. The team is now 10-0 for the season and 9-0 in the ISL. Grant Gattuso ’19 again led the way for SM on this somewhat humid day, finishing second overall in a time of 17:06. Captain Steven Burke ’18 took third overall and was followed by a dominating pack: Hans Wu ’19 (5th), Captain Jack Thalmann ’18, (6th), Captain Colin Boylan ’18 (7th), Nolan Willoughby ’21 (8th), Ben Teixiera ’19 (9th), Rick Sarkar ’19 (10th), and Captain Henry Butterfield ’18 (13th). Nolan and Ben also earned PR’s. Impressively, SM took eight of the top ten spots in the race. The team has also tightened the gap between our number one and number seven runners to 54 seconds, which bodes well as we turn to championship season in a couple weeks. We will hit the trails for another tough week of training before travelling to Brooks next Saturday to face the host, Belmont Hill, and Milton.

Soccer - JV Girls vs.
St. George's
St. Mark's Home Details Win 2-1
Cross Country - Varsity Girls vs.
Tabor
St. Mark's Home Details Win 25-31

On Saturday October 14, the girls varsity cross country team faced Tabor and Montrose on our home course for Family Weekend. Fourth former Nina Tanaka finished second and led her team to a victory over Tabor, and a close competitive race against a very strong Montrose team. She was followed by third former Lindsay Davis, 5th former Katherine Ewald, co-captain 6th former Sophie Haugen and 6th former Caroline McGinnis. 5th former Rosanna Zhao and third former Samantha Wang were the other two varsity runners. Many runners had personal bests for the season, but Caroline McGinnis ran an overall personal best. It was our final home race of the season and the girls all rose to the occasion putting in strong performances!

Cross Country - Varsity Girls vs.
Montrose
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 32-23

On Saturday October 14, the girls varsity cross country team faced Tabor and Montrose on our home course for Family Weekend. Fourth former Nina Tanaka finished second and led her team to a victory over Tabor, and a close competitive race against a very strong Montrose team. She was followed by third former Lindsay Davis, 5th former Katherine Ewald, co-captain 6th former Sophie Haugen and 6th former Caroline McGinnis. 5th former Rosanna Zhao and third former Samantha Wang were the other two varsity runners. Many runners had personal bests for the season, but Caroline McGinnis ran an overall personal best. It was our final home race of the season and the girls all rose to the occasion putting in strong performances!

Field Hockey - JV vs.
St. George's
St. Mark's Home Details Win 2-1
Soccer - Thirds Boys vs.
St. George's
St. Mark's Home Details Win 2-1
Soccer - JV Boys vs.
St. George's
St. Mark's Home Details Win 4-1
Soccer - Varsity Boys vs.
St. George's
St. Mark's Home Details Win 3-1
Field Hockey - Varsity vs.
St. George's
St. Mark's Home Details Win 6-1
Soccer - Varsity Girls vs.
St. George's
St. Mark's Home Details Win 3-0
Football - Varsity vs.
Lawrence Academy
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 13-35
Cross Country - JV Boys vs.
Tabor
St. Mark's Home Details Win 18-38

St. Mark’s hosted Tabor Academy during our Parents’ Weekend. St. Mark’s JV team beat the previously undefeated Tabor squad by a strong score of 18-38. The team is now 10-0 for the season and 9-0 in the ISL. In addition, despite running nine in the varsity race, the JV ran its unbeaten streak in dual races to 33-0 (extending back to 2015). Matt Walsh ’19 won the race in a time of 18:54 and was closely followed by Blake Gattuso ’20, who took second overall in a time of 18:59. An improving Connor Browder ’19 took third and Kareem Chambers ‘19 finished fourth (and both Connor and Kareem earned PR’s). After three Tabor runners crossed the line, David Ragone ’19 (8th), Crawford Wittman ’21 (9th), and Mateo Macri ’21 (13th) closed out our scoring/displacing with PR’s. Impressively, SM took the top four spots in the race and six of the top nine places. In addition to those noted above, Will Lucy ’21, Noon Chanshanwut ‘21, Charlie Rumrill ’21, Ben Hunnewell ’18, Ryder Henry ’20, Kevin Huang ’21, Will Lu ’20, Allan Gao ’19, and Owen Griffin ’21 earned PR’s. The team has also tightened the gap between our number one and number five runners to 41 seconds, which bodes well as we turn to championship season in a couple weeks. We will hit the trails for another tough week of training before travelling to Brooks next Saturday to face the host, Belmont Hill, and Milton.

Soccer - Thirds Girls vs.
St. George's
St. Mark's Home Details Win 4-3
Cross Country - JV Girls vs.
Tabor
St. Mark's Home Details Win 19-40

On Saturday October 14 the girls JV cross country team faced Tabor and Montrose on our home course for Family Weekend. The team took the top three spots in the race guaranteeing wins over both opponents. Fifth former Kate Normandin won the race in a personal best time followed by 6th former Isabelle Titcomb and 5th former Jenny Shan. The other scoring runners were 3rd former Waverly Shi and co-captain 6th former Kimmy Mulholland. Fifth former Clem McKeown and 4th former Naila Strong acted as displacers. Kimmy and Waverly also ran an overall personal best time while Isabelle and Clem ran season best times. Other JV runners who had personal best times were 3rd former Clara Hua, 4th former Lora Xie and 6th former Pear Phongphaew. It was our final home race of the season and the girls all rose to the occasion putting in strong performances!


Cross Country - JV Girls vs.
Montrose
St. Mark's Home Details Win 15-50

On Saturday October 14 the girls JV cross country team faced Tabor and Montrose on our home course for Family Weekend. The team took the top three spots in the race guaranteeing wins over both opponents. Fifth former Kate Normandin won the race in a personal best time followed by 6th former Isabelle Titcomb and 5th former Jenny Shan. The other scoring runners were 3rd former Waverly Shi and co-captain 6th former Kimmy Mulholland. Fifth former Clem McKeown and 4th former Naila Strong acted as displacers. Kimmy and Waverly also ran an overall personal best time while Isabelle and Clem ran season best times. Other JV runners who had personal best times were 3rd former Clara Hua, 4th former Lora Xie and 6th former Pear Phongphaew. It was our final home race of the season and the girls all rose to the occasion putting in strong performances!


Field Hockey - JV vs.
Nobles
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 0-3
Soccer - Varsity Boys vs.
Nobles
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 0-3
Soccer - Varsity Girls vs.
Nobles
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 1-2
Field Hockey - Varsity vs.
Nobles
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 1-4
Soccer - JV Girls vs.
Nobles
St. Mark's Home Details Win 4-1
Soccer - JV Boys vs.
Nobles
St. Mark's Home Details Tie 0-0
Cross Country - Varsity Boys vs.
Governor's Academy
Governor's Academy Away Details Win 15-50

St. Mark’s travelled to Governor’s Academy during its Parents’ Weekend and enjoyed the challenge of Governor’s tough course. St. Mark’s beat Governor’s by a score of 15-50, BB&N by a score of 15-48, and Nobles by a score of 15-50. The team is now 9-0 for the season (8-0 in the ISL). Grant Gattuso ’19 again led the way for SM, finishing first overall. Captain Steven Burke ’18, Hans Wu ’19, Captain Colin Boylan ’18, and Rick Sarkar ’19 took the next four places in the race, giving St. Mark’s a sweep of the top five spots. A BB&N runner then crossed the line before another pack of Lions (Captain Jack Thalmann ’18, Nolan Willoughby ’21, and Ben Teixeira ’19). A couple Nobles runners then finished ahead of Captain Henry Butterfield ’18. Impressively, SM took nine of the top twelve spots in this quad race. The team has also tightened the gap between our number one and number seven runners to under a minute. We will hit the trails for another tough week of training before hosting a fast Tabor team during our Parents’ Weekend.

Cross Country - Varsity Boys vs.
Nobles
Governor's Academy Away Details Win 15-50

St. Mark’s travelled to Governor’s Academy during its Parents’ Weekend and enjoyed the challenge of Governor’s tough course. St. Mark’s beat Governor’s by a score of 15-50, BB&N by a score of 15-48, and Nobles by a score of 15-50. The team is now 9-0 for the season (8-0 in the ISL). Grant Gattuso ’19 again led the way for SM, finishing first overall. Captain Steven Burke ’18, Hans Wu ’19, Captain Colin Boylan ’18, and Rick Sarkar ’19 took the next four places in the race, giving St. Mark’s a sweep of the top five spots. A BB&N runner then crossed the line before another pack of Lions (Captain Jack Thalmann ’18, Nolan Willoughby ’21, and Ben Teixeira ’19). A couple Nobles runners then finished ahead of Captain Henry Butterfield ’18. Impressively, SM took nine of the top twelve spots in this quad race. The team has also tightened the gap between our number one and number seven runners to under a minute. We will hit the trails for another tough week of training before hosting a fast Tabor team during our Parents’ Weekend.

Cross Country - Varsity Boys vs.
BB&N
Governor's Academy Away Details Win 15-48

St. Mark’s travelled to Governor’s Academy during its Parents’ Weekend and enjoyed the challenge of Governor’s tough course. St. Mark’s beat Governor’s by a score of 15-50, BB&N by a score of 15-48, and Nobles by a score of 15-50. The team is now 9-0 for the season (8-0 in the ISL). Grant Gattuso ’19 again led the way for SM, finishing first overall. Captain Steven Burke ’18, Hans Wu ’19, Captain Colin Boylan ’18, and Rick Sarkar ’19 took the next four places in the race, giving St. Mark’s a sweep of the top five spots. A BB&N runner then crossed the line before another pack of Lions (Captain Jack Thalmann ’18, Nolan Willoughby ’21, and Ben Teixeira ’19). A couple Nobles runners then finished ahead of Captain Henry Butterfield ’18. Impressively, SM took nine of the top twelve spots in this quad race. The team has also tightened the gap between our number one and number seven runners to under a minute. We will hit the trails for another tough week of training before hosting a fast Tabor team during our Parents’ Weekend.

Cross Country - Varsity Girls vs.
Nobles
Governor's Academy Away Details Loss 50-15

On Saturday October 7, the girls cross country teams traveled to Governors to race against Governors, BBN and Nobles. Unfortunately the team was unable to beat any of their opponents despite many girls running well on the tough course. Australian exchange student Caitlin Boyle finished first for the team and fourth overall, but does not count in the scoring. The scoring runners for St. Mark’s were led by third former Lindsay Davis who was closely followed by sixth form captain Sophie Haugen. Fifth formers Katherine Ewald and Rosanna Zhao, sixth former Caroline McGinnis and third former Eve Elkins were the other finishers.

Cross Country - Varsity Girls vs.
Governor's Academy
Governor's Academy Away Details Loss 33-23

On Saturday October 7, the girls cross country teams traveled to Governors to race against Governors, BBN and Nobles. Unfortunately the team was unable to beat any of their opponents despite many girls running well on the tough course. Australian exchange student Caitlin Boyle finished first for the team and fourth overall, but does not count in the scoring. The scoring runners for St. Mark’s were led by third former Lindsay Davis who was closely followed by sixth form captain Sophie Haugen. Fifth formers Katherine Ewald and Rosanna Zhao, sixth former Caroline McGinnis and third former Eve Elkins were the other finishers.

Cross Country - Varsity Girls vs.
BB&N
Governor's Academy Away Details Loss 41-15

On Saturday October 7, the girls cross country teams traveled to Governors to race against Governors, BBN and Nobles. Unfortunately the team was unable to beat any of their opponents despite many girls running well on the tough course. Australian exchange student Caitlin Boyle finished first for the team and fourth overall, but does not count in the scoring. The scoring runners for St. Mark’s were led by third former Lindsay Davis who was closely followed by sixth form captain Sophie Haugen. Fifth formers Katherine Ewald and Rosanna Zhao, sixth former Caroline McGinnis and third former Eve Elkins were the other finishers.

Soccer - Varsity Girls vs.
Brewster
Brewster Away Details Win 2-1
Cross Country - JV Boys vs.
Governor's Academy
Governor's Academy Away Details Win 19-42

St. Mark’s travelled to Governor’s Academy during its Parents’ Weekend and enjoyed the challenge of Governor’s tough course. St. Mark’s beat Governor’s by a score of 19-42, BB&N by a score of 15-50, and Nobles by a score of 18-45. The team is now 9-0 for the season (8-0 in the ISL). In an exciting finish, Blake Gattuso ’20 squeezed past Matt Walsh ’19 at the line to win the race, with Matt taking the second spot. They were followed by Kareem Chambers ’19 (5th overall), David Ragone ’19 (6th), Connor Browder ’19 (8th), Chapin Pyne ’20 (9th), and Crawford Wittman ’21 (10th) as our scoring or displacing runners. Impressively, SM took seven of the top ten spots in this quad race. We will hit the trails for another tough week of training before hosting a fast Tabor team during our Parents’ Weekend.

Cross Country - JV Boys vs.
Nobles
Governor's Academy Away Details Win 18-45

St. Mark’s travelled to Governor’s Academy during its Parents’ Weekend and enjoyed the challenge of Governor’s tough course. St. Mark’s beat Governor’s by a score of 19-42, BB&N by a score of 15-50, and Nobles by a score of 18-45. The team is now 9-0 for the season (8-0 in the ISL). In an exciting finish, Blake Gattuso ’20 squeezed past Matt Walsh ’19 at the line to win the race, with Matt taking the second spot. They were followed by Kareem Chambers ’19 (5th overall), David Ragone ’19 (6th), Connor Browder ’19 (8th), Chapin Pyne ’20 (9th), and Crawford Wittman ’21 (10th) as our scoring or displacing runners. Impressively, SM took seven of the top ten spots in this quad race. We will hit the trails for another tough week of training before hosting a fast Tabor team during our Parents’ Weekend.

Cross Country - JV Boys vs.
BB&N
Governor's Academy Away Details Win 15-50

St. Mark’s travelled to Governor’s Academy during its Parents’ Weekend and enjoyed the challenge of Governor’s tough course. St. Mark’s beat Governor’s by a score of 19-42, BB&N by a score of 15-50, and Nobles by a score of 18-45. The team is now 9-0 for the season (8-0 in the ISL). In an exciting finish, Blake Gattuso ’20 squeezed past Matt Walsh ’19 at the line to win the race, with Matt taking the second spot. They were followed by Kareem Chambers ’19 (5th overall), David Ragone ’19 (6th), Connor Browder ’19 (8th), Chapin Pyne ’20 (9th), and Crawford Wittman ’21 (10th) as our scoring or displacing runners. Impressively, SM took seven of the top ten spots in this quad race. We will hit the trails for another tough week of training before hosting a fast Tabor team during our Parents’ Weekend.

Cross Country - JV Girls vs.
Governor's Academy
Governor's Academy Away Details Win 23-38

On Saturday October 7, the girls cross country teams traveled to Governors to race against Governors, BBN and Nobles. The JV team was led by sixth former Isabelle Titcomb who finished 14th. She was followed by fifth formers Jenny Shan, Kate Normandin, Haley Dion and Clem McKeown. The team beat the home team, but lost to Nobles and BBN. Sixth former Claire O’Brien and fourth former Naila Strong were displacers against Governors.

Cross Country - JV Girls vs.
Nobles
Governor's Academy Away Details Loss 50-15

On Saturday October 7, the girls cross country teams traveled to Governors to race against Governors, BBN and Nobles. The JV team was led by sixth former Isabelle Titcomb who finished 14th. She was followed by fifth formers Jenny Shan, Kate Normandin, Haley Dion and Clem McKeown. The team beat the home team, but lost to Nobles and BBN. Sixth former Claire O’Brien and fourth former Naila Strong were displacers against Governors.

Cross Country - JV Girls vs.
BB&N
Governor's Academy Away Details Loss 43-16

On Saturday October 7, the girls cross country teams traveled to Governors to race against Governors, BBN and Nobles. The JV team was led by sixth former Isabelle Titcomb who finished 14th. She was followed by fifth formers Jenny Shan, Kate Normandin, Haley Dion and Clem McKeown. The team beat the home team, but lost to Nobles and BBN. Sixth former Claire O’Brien and fourth former Naila Strong were displacers against Governors.

Football - Varsity vs.
Middlesex
Middlesex Away Details Loss 7-14
Field Hockey - Varsity vs.
Cushing
St. Mark's Home Details Win 4-0
Soccer - JV Boys vs.
Roxbury Latin
Roxbury Latin Away Details Loss 0-1
Soccer - Varsity Boys vs.
Roxbury Latin
Roxbury Latin Away Details Loss 0-1
Soccer - Thirds Girls vs.
Middlesex
Middlesex Away Details Tie 1-1
Field Hockey - JV vs.
BB&N
BB&N Away Details Win 1-0
Soccer - Varsity Girls vs.
BB&N
BB&N Away Details Tie 2-2
Soccer - JV Girls vs.
BB&N
BB&N Away Details Win 4-0 CHANGED: *Note time change
Soccer - JV Boys vs.
BB&N
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 0-1
Football - JV vs.
Thayer
Thayer Away Details Loss 6-33
Soccer - Thirds Boys vs.
Milton
St. Mark's Home Details Win 3-1
Soccer - Varsity Boys vs.
BB&N
St. Mark's Home Details Tie 2-2

The boys met up with a very talented squad from BB&N today, ending the day with a 2-2 draw. Play went back and forth for much of the game, but SM was able to get on the board first with a fantastic bicycle kick goal by Matt Leigh (Ben Robb assist) in the 12th minute. BB&N came back roughly 20 minutes later, taking advantage of a defensive lapse with a good service and a fine header. SM, however, brought the score to 2-1 as Will Stack neatly finished a pass from Leigh. In the second half, both teams fought hard, and BB&N evened the score with a fine far-post strike. Despite the best efforts of both teams, the score remained level at the final whistle. Darren Pike made 7 saves for the Lions.

Field Hockey - Varsity vs.
BB&N
BB&N Away Details Loss 0-3
Cross Country - Varsity Boys vs.
Thayer
Thayer Away Details Win 20-42

St. Mark’s travelled to Thayer Academy and enjoyed some fine racing weather on a fast course. St. Mark’s beat Thayer by a score of 20-42 and is now 6-0 for the season. Grant Gattuso ’19 again led the way for SM and finished second overall in a great time of 16:36 (a PR for Grant). Captain Steven Burke ’19 returned from an injury and ran wonderfully, finishing in a time of 17:11, another PR and good for third overall. Steven was closely followed by Hans Wu ’19 (4th), Captain Colin Boylan ’18 (5th), Captain Jack Thalmann ’18 (6th), Rick Sarkar ’19 (7th), and Captain Henry Butterfield ’18 (9th). Impressively, SM took nine of the top eleven spots in the race, and almost every runner achieved a lifetime PR. We will hit the trails for another tough week of training before heading to Brooks for a quad meet next Saturday.


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Cross Country - JV Boys vs.
Thayer
Thayer Away Details Win 15-50

St. Mark’s travelled to Thayer Academy and enjoyed some fine racing weather on a fast course. St. Mark’s beat Thayer by a score of 15-50 and is now 6-0 for the season. Nolan Willoughby ’21 ran a very fast race and captured the first overall spot in the JV race in a time of 18:01. Ben Teixeira ’19 followed closely behind in a time of 18:03. Matt Walsh ’19, Blake Gattuso ’20, Kareem Chambers ’19, Connor Browder ’19, and Chapin Pyne ‘20 rounded out our scorers and displacers. The whole team ran well, and almost everyone achieved a lifetime PR. We will hit the trails for another tough week of training before heading to Brooks for a quad meet next Saturday.

Football - Varsity vs.
Roxbury Latin
Roxbury Latin Away Details Win 31-16 CHANGED: *Note time change
Cross Country - Varsity Girls vs.
Thayer
Thayer Away Details Loss 44-18

On Friday September 29, the girls cross country team traveled to Thayer to face the 2016 league champions. Many girls ran personal best times on Thayer’s fast course, but as a team we could not compete with Thayer’s strong team. The team was led by fourth former Nina Tanaka and Australian exchange student Caitlin Boyle who finished third and fourth. Other scoring runners were: fifth formers Katherine Ewald and Rosanna Zhao, third former Samantha Wang and sixth former Caroline McGinnis.

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Field Hockey - Varsity vs.
Lawrence Academy
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 0-1
Field Hockey - JV vs.
Lawrence Academy
St. Mark's Home Details Tie 1-1
Soccer - JV Girls vs.
Lawrence Academy
St. Mark's Home Details Win 2-0
Soccer - Varsity Girls vs.
Lawrence Academy
St. Mark's Home Details Win 3-1
Soccer - JV Boys vs.
Lawrence Academy
St. Mark's Home Details Win 2-1
Soccer - Thirds Boys vs.
Lawrence Academy
Lawrence Academy Away Details Win 8-2

On Friday, a smaller group of thirteen played in a 9 v 9 game against a tough Lawrence team that had lost some players due to illness and injury. In spite of this setback, both teams gave their all and displayed exemplary sportsmanship and hard work. Louis Hoffman scored the first goal of his two year career with the team, and defenseman Nick Richmond also scored on a long shot well outside of the eighteen. Eduaniel Reinoso and Liam Henry each came up with hat tricks. Lawrence punched in two hard shots in the second half, but Bobby Sommers and J.B. Clarance continued to do well in goal with support from a strong line of defenders led by Will Appell.

Soccer - Varsity Boys vs.
Lawrence Academy
Progin Park Home Details Win 1-0

The SM Lions took on Lawrence Academy at a neutral site today. As expected, it was a fast-paced and hard-fought match that went back and forth with several good chances on both sides. Lawrence moved the ball well, creating opportunities on net, while their defenders met SM challenges well. The match remained at equilibrium until the 85th minute, when Cooper Schmitz converted a beautiful goal set up by fine combination play. Darren Pike made 7 saves on the day.

Soccer - JV Boys vs.
Brooks
Brooks Away Details Tie 0-0
Soccer - JV Girls vs.
Brooks
Brooks Away Details Win 4-0
Field Hockey - Varsity vs.
Brooks
Brooks Away Details Win 1-0
Soccer - Varsity Girls vs.
Brooks
Brooks Away Details Win 1-0
Field Hockey - JV vs.
Brooks
Brooks Away Details Loss 0-1
Soccer - Thirds Boys vs.
Pomfret
St. Mark's Home Details Win 2-1
Aussie sensation Liam Henry knocked in two goals, and goalies Bobby Sommers and J.B. Clarance came up big in a hard fought victory over a tough Pomfret team. Hung Truong and Jackson Coutou kept up the pressure on offense with help from Eduaniel Reinoso and Chris Lee. This week, players will work on keeping their shots down and clearing the ball out of their own area on defense.

Soccer - Varsity Boys vs.
Brooks
Brooks Away Details Loss 0-1

The boys played a spirited game against a very talented and deep Brooks squad today. Brooks played attacking soccer from the very beginning, putting lots of pressure on the Lions’ defensive formation. After a few excellent chances, Brooks was able to convert on a fine shot from a corner kick in the 11th minute. The game went back and forth, with Brooks making several good runs and taking strong chances, while the SM defense, led by keeper Darren Pike, remained stingy. The Brooks keeper had an outstanding game, successfully keeping SM off the board with some excellent saves, including a stop on a breakaway. A good performance by both teams. Darren Pike made 13 saves.

Soccer - Varsity Boys vs.
Prep Showcase, Millbrook School
Loomis Chaffee Away Details Win 7-3

The boys traveled to Loomis Chafee on Sunday to play against a strong Millbrook squad. Millbrook put us under pressure right away, converting twice as they linked up with speedy forward Oussaini Bouda. SM, however, did well to bring the game level from goals by Matt Leigh and Gordon Walsh. The boys found themselves again at a deficit at the end of the first half, when Bouda scored again on a through ball. The second half saw much better defending, and Matt Leigh evened the score at 3 ten minutes in. SM continued to add to the score with two more goals from Matt Leigh (4 total) and one each from Luca Vicinelli and Leon Shi (PK). Darren Pike came up with 5 saves in the net. The boys take on Brooks on Wednesday.

Cross Country - Varsity Boys vs.
St. Paul's
St. Mark's Home Details Win 21-37

St. Mark’s hosted a large race consisting of five schools, including Groton, Lawrence, Rivers, and St. Paul’s. It was a bit hot for racing, but a beautiful day for spectating. St. Mark’s emerged victorious in all four races: SM 21, Groton 39; SM 15 Lawrence 50; SM 19, Rivers 43; and SM 21, St. Paul’s 37. Grant Gattuso ’19 again led the way for SM and finished first overall in a very quick time of 17:09. Captain Colin Boylan ’18 ran a fantastic race to finish second for us and fifth overall, and he was closely tailed by Hans Wu ’19 (6th). Rick Sarkar ’19 (9th), Captain Jack Thalmann ’18 (10th), and Ben Teixeira ’19 (11th) finished in a tight pack, and they were followed by Captain Henry Butterfield ’18 (19th). Impressively, SM took six of the top eleven spots in a five-team race. We will hit the trails for another tough week of training before heading to Thayer for a dual meet on Friday.


Cross Country - Varsity Boys vs.
Lawrence Academy
St. Mark's Home Details Win 15-50

St. Mark’s hosted a large race consisting of five schools, including Groton, Lawrence, Rivers, and St. Paul’s. It was a bit hot for racing, but a beautiful day for spectating. St. Mark’s emerged victorious in all four races: SM 21, Groton 39; SM 15 Lawrence 50; SM 19, Rivers 43; and SM 21, St. Paul’s 37. Grant Gattuso ’19 again led the way for SM and finished first overall in a very quick time of 17:09. Captain Colin Boylan ’18 ran a fantastic race to finish second for us and fifth overall, and he was closely tailed by Hans Wu ’19 (6th). Rick Sarkar ’19 (9th), Captain Jack Thalmann ’18 (10th), and Ben Teixeira ’19 (11th) finished in a tight pack, and they were followed by Captain Henry Butterfield ’18 (19th). Impressively, SM took six of the top eleven spots in a five-team race. We will hit the trails for another tough week of training before heading to Thayer for a dual meet on Friday.


Cross Country - Varsity Boys vs.
Groton
St. Mark's Home Details Win 21-39

St. Mark’s hosted a large race consisting of five schools, including Groton, Lawrence, Rivers, and St. Paul’s. It was a bit hot for racing, but a beautiful day for spectating. St. Mark’s emerged victorious in all four races: SM 21, Groton 39; SM 15 Lawrence 50; SM 19, Rivers 43; and SM 21, St. Paul’s 37. Grant Gattuso ’19 again led the way for SM and finished first overall in a very quick time of 17:09. Captain Colin Boylan ’18 ran a fantastic race to finish second for us and fifth overall, and he was closely tailed by Hans Wu ’19 (6th). Rick Sarkar ’19 (9th), Captain Jack Thalmann ’18 (10th), and Ben Teixeira ’19 (11th) finished in a tight pack, and they were followed by Captain Henry Butterfield ’18 (19th). Impressively, SM took six of the top eleven spots in a five-team race. We will hit the trails for another tough week of training before heading to Thayer for a dual meet on Friday.


Cross Country - Varsity Boys vs.
Rivers
St. Mark's Home Details Win 19-43

St. Mark’s hosted a large race consisting of five schools, including Groton, Lawrence, Rivers, and St. Paul’s. It was a bit hot for racing, but a beautiful day for spectating. St. Mark’s emerged victorious in all four races: SM 21, Groton 39; SM 15 Lawrence 50; SM 19, Rivers 43; and SM 21, St. Paul’s 37. Grant Gattuso ’19 again led the way for SM and finished first overall in a very quick time of 17:09. Captain Colin Boylan ’18 ran a fantastic race to finish second for us and fifth overall, and he was closely tailed by Hans Wu ’19 (6th). Rick Sarkar ’19 (9th), Captain Jack Thalmann ’18 (10th), and Ben Teixeira ’19 (11th) finished in a tight pack, and they were followed by Captain Henry Butterfield ’18 (19th). Impressively, SM took six of the top eleven spots in a five-team race. We will hit the trails for another tough week of training before heading to Thayer for a dual meet on Friday.


Cross Country - Varsity Girls vs.
Rivers
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 42-17

On Saturday September 23 the girls cross country teams faced four opponents at their first home race of the season. St. Paul’s, Groton, Rivers and Lawrence all came to race on a very warm fall afternoon.

In the JV race, 6th former Caroline McGinnis lead her teammates to victories over both Groton and Rivers. The team lost a close one to a strong and deep St. Paul’s team. Many of the JV girls finished their first race ever and some returners ran strong races with improved times from their performance at the invitational at Choate they ran the previous week. Other scoring runners were: fifth formers Kate Normandin, Claire O’Brien, and Lennon Isaac and fourth former Naila Strong. 5th former Jenny Shan and 6th former Cricket Dotson acted as displacers against Rivers. Lawrence did not have enough runners for a JV Team.

Many of the Varsity girls ran strong races and were able to beat Lawrence though lost to Rivers, St. Paul’s and Groton. The team was lead by Australian exchange student Caitlin Boyle who ran a great time for her first race on our hilly course. Other scoring runners were 6th form captain Sophie Haugen, third former Lindsay Davis, fourth former Emily Taylor, and fifth formers Katherine Ewald and Haley Dion.


Cross Country - Varsity Girls vs.
St. Paul's
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 48-15

On Saturday September 23 the girls cross country teams faced four opponents at their first home race of the season. St. Paul’s, Groton, Rivers and Lawrence all came to race on a very warm fall afternoon.

In the JV race, 6th former Caroline McGinnis lead her teammates to victories over both Groton and Rivers. The team lost a close one to a strong and deep St. Paul’s team. Many of the JV girls finished their first race ever and some returners ran strong races with improved times from their performance at the invitational at Choate they ran the previous week. Other scoring runners were: fifth formers Kate Normandin, Claire O’Brien, and Lennon Isaac and fourth former Naila Strong. 5th former Jenny Shan and 6th former Cricket Dotson acted as displacers against Rivers. Lawrence did not have enough runners for a JV Team.

Many of the Varsity girls ran strong races and were able to beat Lawrence though lost to Rivers, St. Paul’s and Groton. The team was lead by Australian exchange student Caitlin Boyle who ran a great time for her first race on our hilly course. Other scoring runners were 6th form captain Sophie Haugen, third former Lindsay Davis, fourth former Emily Taylor, and fifth formers Katherine Ewald and Haley Dion.


Cross Country - Varsity Girls vs.
Lawrence Academy
St. Mark's Home Details Win 15-50

On Saturday September 23 the girls cross country teams faced four opponents at their first home race of the season. St. Paul’s, Groton, Rivers and Lawrence all came to race on a very warm fall afternoon.

In the JV race, 6th former Caroline McGinnis lead her teammates to victories over both Groton and Rivers. The team lost a close one to a strong and deep St. Paul’s team. Many of the JV girls finished their first race ever and some returners ran strong races with improved times from their performance at the invitational at Choate they ran the previous week. Other scoring runners were: fifth formers Kate Normandin, Claire O’Brien, and Lennon Isaac and fourth former Naila Strong. 5th former Jenny Shan and 6th former Cricket Dotson acted as displacers against Rivers. Lawrence did not have enough runners for a JV Team.

Many of the Varsity girls ran strong races and were able to beat Lawrence though lost to Rivers, St. Paul’s and Groton. The team was lead by Australian exchange student Caitlin Boyle who ran a great time for her first race on our hilly course. Other scoring runners were 6th form captain Sophie Haugen, third former Lindsay Davis, fourth former Emily Taylor, and fifth formers Katherine Ewald and Haley Dion.


Cross Country - Varsity Girls vs.
Groton
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 41-18

On Saturday September 23 the girls cross country teams faced four opponents at their first home race of the season. St. Paul’s, Groton, Rivers and Lawrence all came to race on a very warm fall afternoon.

In the JV race, 6th former Caroline McGinnis lead her teammates to victories over both Groton and Rivers. The team lost a close one to a strong and deep St. Paul’s team. Many of the JV girls finished their first race ever and some returners ran strong races with improved times from their performance at the invitational at Choate they ran the previous week. Other scoring runners were: fifth formers Kate Normandin, Claire O’Brien, and Lennon Isaac and fourth former Naila Strong. 5th former Jenny Shan and 6th former Cricket Dotson acted as displacers against Rivers. Lawrence did not have enough runners for a JV Team.

Many of the Varsity girls ran strong races and were able to beat Lawrence though lost to Rivers, St. Paul’s and Groton. The team was lead by Australian exchange student Caitlin Boyle who ran a great time for her first race on our hilly course. Other scoring runners were 6th form captain Sophie Haugen, third former Lindsay Davis, fourth former Emily Taylor, and fifth formers Katherine Ewald and Haley Dion.


Cross Country - JV Boys vs.
Rivers
St. Mark's Home Details Win 15-50

St. Mark’s hosted a large race consisting of five schools, including Groton, Lawrence, Rivers, and St. Paul’s. It was a bit hot for racing, but a beautiful day for spectating. St. Mark’s emerged victorious in all four races: SM 20, Groton 37; SM 15 Lawrence 50; SM 15, Rivers 50; and SM 20, St. Paul’s 38. Third Former Nolan Willoughby ’21 ran a very fast race and captured the second overall spot. Matt Walsh ’19 closely followed Nolan and finished third. Blake Gattuso ’20 (5th), Kareem Chambers ’19 (7th), David Ragone ’19 (8th), Crawford Wittman ’21 (13th), and Connor Browder ’19 (15th) rounded out our scorers and displacers. Impressively, SM took five of the top eight spots in a five-team race. We will hit the trails for another tough week of training before heading to Thayer for a dual meet on Friday.

Cross Country - JV Boys vs.
Groton
St. Mark's Home Details Win 20-37

St. Mark’s hosted a large race consisting of five schools, including Groton, Lawrence, Rivers, and St. Paul’s. It was a bit hot for racing, but a beautiful day for spectating. St. Mark’s emerged victorious in all four races: SM 20, Groton 37; SM 15 Lawrence 50; SM 15, Rivers 50; and SM 20, St. Paul’s 38. Third Former Nolan Willoughby ’21 ran a very fast race and captured the second overall spot. Matt Walsh ’19 closely followed Nolan and finished third. Blake Gattuso ’20 (5th), Kareem Chambers ’19 (7th), David Ragone ’19 (8th), Crawford Wittman ’21 (13th), and Connor Browder ’19 (15th) rounded out our scorers and displacers. Impressively, SM took five of the top eight spots in a five-team race. We will hit the trails for another tough week of training before heading to Thayer for a dual meet on Friday.

Cross Country - JV Boys vs.
Lawrence Academy
St. Mark's Home Details Win 15-50

St. Mark’s hosted a large race consisting of five schools, including Groton, Lawrence, Rivers, and St. Paul’s. It was a bit hot for racing, but a beautiful day for spectating. St. Mark’s emerged victorious in all four races: SM 20, Groton 37; SM 15 Lawrence 50; SM 15, Rivers 50; and SM 20, St. Paul’s 38. Third Former Nolan Willoughby ’21 ran a very fast race and captured the second overall spot. Matt Walsh ’19 closely followed Nolan and finished third. Blake Gattuso ’20 (5th), Kareem Chambers ’19 (7th), David Ragone ’19 (8th), Crawford Wittman ’21 (13th), and Connor Browder ’19 (15th) rounded out our scorers and displacers. Impressively, SM took five of the top eight spots in a five-team race. We will hit the trails for another tough week of training before heading to Thayer for a dual meet on Friday.

Cross Country - JV Boys vs.
St. Paul's
St. Mark's Home Details Win 20-38

St. Mark’s hosted a large race consisting of five schools, including Groton, Lawrence, Rivers, and St. Paul’s. It was a bit hot for racing, but a beautiful day for spectating. St. Mark’s emerged victorious in all four races: SM 20, Groton 37; SM 15 Lawrence 50; SM 15, Rivers 50; and SM 20, St. Paul’s 38. Third Former Nolan Willoughby ’21 ran a very fast race and captured the second overall spot. Matt Walsh ’19 closely followed Nolan and finished third. Blake Gattuso ’20 (5th), Kareem Chambers ’19 (7th), David Ragone ’19 (8th), Crawford Wittman ’21 (13th), and Connor Browder ’19 (15th) rounded out our scorers and displacers. Impressively, SM took five of the top eight spots in a five-team race. We will hit the trails for another tough week of training before heading to Thayer for a dual meet on Friday.

Soccer - Varsity Girls vs.
Middlesex
St. Mark's Home Details Win 3-2
Soccer - JV Boys vs.
Middlesex
St. Mark's Home Details Tie 0-0
Football - Varsity vs.
Tabor
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 14-32
Field Hockey - JV vs.
Middlesex
St. Mark's Home Details Win 2-1
Soccer - JV Girls vs.
Middlesex
St. Mark's Home Details Win 7-0
Field Hockey - Varsity vs.
Middlesex
St. Mark's Home Details Win 1-0
Cross Country - JV Girls vs.
Rivers
St. Mark's Home Details Win 15-50
Cross Country - JV Girls vs.
Groton
St. Mark's Home Details Win 15-41
Soccer - Varsity Boys vs.
Middlesex
St. Mark's Home Details Win 3-1

The boys played their ISL opener this Saturday against a very talented Middlesex team. It was a spirited game from the beginning, with both teams playing strong soccer at a high pace. SM was able to break through in the 29th minute on a lofted shot by Cooper Schmitz to open the scoring. In the second half Matt Leigh converted twice, putting the Lions ahead 3-0. Middlesex fought hard to the end and got on the board due to some fine passing, as Jacob Charles was able to convert. Darren Pike made 10 saves for SM.

Cross Country - JV Girls vs.
St. Paul's
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 31-26
Soccer - Thirds Boys vs.
Governor's Academy
St. Mark's Home Details Win 4-2

The Third's Boys opened up the season with a win against a tough squad from Governor's Academy. Bobby Sommers and JB Clarence held down the fort in goal with support from an iron team of defenders: Preston Dotson, Brett Harmon, Nick Richmond, Eduaniel Reinoso, Dom Mongillo, and Will Appel. Jake Oblaka fired in the first goal and Clancy Adamson scored the second with assists on both goals from Luís Pérez. Aussie sensation Liam Henry scored the third goal on a penalty shot, and Henry Sansone scored the game winner in the second half. All players played in the match and contributed to the win for the team. We are looking forward to our next game against Pomfret on Wednesday on our home field.

Field Hockey - Varsity vs.
Loomis Chaffee
St. Mark's Home Details Win 3-1
Soccer - Varsity Boys vs.
Pomfret
St. Mark's Home Details Win 4-1

Our boys played a spirited regular season opener against a strong side from Pomfret today. Both teams had plenty of possession and defended well, and the match swung back and forth. SM was able to get on the board first with a strike by Matt Leigh in the 10th minute. Will Stack then scored in the 18th minute, neatly slotting the ball from a low angle after beating the keeper. Leigh converted again in the 41st minute to give the boys a 3-0 lead at the half. Middlesex lept up the pressure in the second half, and Frederick Cisse got them on the board with a goal. Nate King rounded out the scoring with a nice header from a set piece, Darren Pike made 9 saves in net.

Soccer - Varsity Girls vs.
Marianapolis Prep
St. Mark's Home Details Win 3-0
Field Hockey - Varsity vs.
Williston
Williston Away Details Win 3-2
Soccer - Varsity Girls vs.
Lexington Christian
Lexington Christian Away Details Win 6-0
Soccer - Varsity Girls vs.
Dana Hall
Dana Hall Away Details Win 5-1
Soccer - JV Girls vs.
Dana Hall
Dana Hall Away Details Win 4-0
Cross Country - Varsity Boys vs.
St. Sebastian's
St. Mark's Home Details Win 16-46

St. Mark’s hosted St. Sebastian’s in an early season dual race. The course was in great shape, but the weather was a bit humid. St. Mark’s ended the day with a victory over St. Sebastian’s (16-46). Grant Gattuso ’19 led the way for SM and finished first overall. Captains Steven Burke ’18 and Colin Boylan ’18 took the second and third spots in the race, followed by Hans Wu ’19 (4th overall), Ben Teixiera ’19 (6th), Captain Jack Thalmann ’18 (7th), and Captain Henry Butterfield ’18 (8th). Hopefully our runners have something left in the tank, as we will be headed to the Choate Invitational tomorrow in order to get a look at the course that we will be running during the New England Championships in November.

Cross Country - JV Boys vs.
St. Sebastian's
St. Mark's Home Details Win 15-50

St. Mark’s hosted St. Sebastian’s in an early season dual race. The course was in great shape, but the weather was a bit humid. St. Mark’s ended the day with a victory over St. Sebastian’s (15-50). Matt Walsh ’19 led the way for SM and finished first overall in the JV scoring of the race. Matt was followed by Blake Gattuso ’20 (2nd overall), Kareem Chambers ’19 (3rd), David Ragone ‘19 (4th), Leo Xie ‘19 (5th), Chapin Pyne ’20 (6th), and Connor Browder ’19 (7th). In addition, many other runners, some of whom were competing in a high school XC race for the first time, also ran well. Hopefully our top six runners have something left in the tank, as they will be headed to the Choate Invitational tomorrow in order to get a look at the course that we will be running during the New England Championships in November.

Soccer - Varsity Girls vs.
Pomfret
St. Mark's Home Details Win 1-0