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Scores & Recaps

Team Opponent Date Time Location Advantage Type Details Result Score Recap Status
Golf - Varsity vs.
St. George's
Newport National Away Details Loss 3-4
Crew Boats 1-4 Girls vs.
Newton Country Day
St. Mark's Home Details Win 4-0
Crew Boats 1-4 Girls vs.
Deerfield
St. Mark's Home Details Tie 2-2
Crew Boats 1-4 Girls vs.
Brooks
St. Mark's Home Details Win 4-0
Crew Boats 1-4 Girls vs.
Greenwich
St. Mark's Home Details Tie 2-2
Lacrosse - Varsity Boys vs.
St. George's
St. George's Away Details Loss 3-7
Lacrosse - Varsity Girls vs.
St. George's
St. George's Away Details Win 18-7
Lacrosse - JV Girls vs.
Lawrence Academy
Lawrence Academy Away Details Win 14-4
Baseball - Varsity vs.
Lawrence Academy
Lawrence Academy Away Details Loss 1-6
Lacrosse - Varsity Girls vs.
Lawrence Academy
Lawrence Academy Away Details Win 12-1
Tennis - JV Boys vs.
Lawrence Academy
Lawrence Academy Away Details Tie 6-6
Softball - JV vs.
Milton
Milton Away Details Win 15-9
Lacrosse - Varsity Boys vs.
Lawrence Academy
St. Mark's Home Details Win 7-1
Softball - Varsity vs.
Lawrence Academy
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 5-6
Tennis - JV Girls vs.
Lawrence Academy
St. Mark's Home Details Win 8-4
Tennis - Varsity Girls vs.
Lawrence Academy
St. Mark's Home Details Win 12-3
Baseball - Junior Varsity vs.
Lawrence Academy
St. Mark's Home Details Win 13-6
Golf - JV vs.
Lawrence Academy
St. Mark's Home Details Win 5-0
Baseball - Varsity vs.
Lexington Christian
St. Mark's Home Details Win 10-7
Golf - Varsity vs.
Thayer
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 2.5-4.5
Crew Boats 1-4 Boys vs.
Gunnery
St. Mark's Home Details Tie 1-1
Crew Boats 1-4 Boys vs.
Canterbury
St. Mark's Home Details Win 1-0
Crew Boats 1-4 Girls vs.
BB&N
St. Mark's Home Details Tie 2-2
Crew Boats 1-4 Girls vs.
Winsor
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 0-4
Crew Boats 1-4 Girls vs.
Gunnery
St. Mark's Home Details Win 3-0
Lacrosse - Varsity Girls vs.
Loomis
Loomis Away Details Loss 9-16
Tennis - Varsity Girls vs.
BB&N
BB&N Away Details Win 9-6
Tennis - JV Boys vs.
BB&N
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 3-9
Baseball - Varsity vs.
BB&N
St. Mark's Home Details Win 12-3
Baseball - Junior Varsity vs.
BB&N
BB&N Away Details Loss 2-9
Tennis - Varsity Boys vs.
BB&N
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 0-15
Lacrosse - JV Girls vs.
BB&N
St. Mark's Home Details Win 12-7
Softball - Varsity vs.
BB&N
BB&N Away Details Loss 6-8
Tennis - JV Girls vs.
BB&N
BB&N Away Details Win 8-4
Lacrosse - Varsity Boys vs.
BB&N
BB&N Away Details Win 7-2
Lacrosse - Varsity Girls vs.
BB&N
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 9-13
Golf - Varsity vs.
Worcester Academy
Cyprian Keyes Golf Club Away Details Loss 227-254
Tennis - Varsity Boys vs.
Rivers
St. Mark's Home Details Win 10-5
Baseball - Varsity vs.
Rivers
St. Mark's Home Details Tie 1-1 CHANGED: Make-up Game
Tennis - Varsity Girls vs.
Rivers
Rivers Away Details Loss 1-14 CHANGED: Make-up Date
Softball - Varsity vs.
Rivers
Rivers Away Details Loss 7-20 CHANGED: Make-up Game
Lacrosse - JV Boys vs.
Rivers
Rivers Away Details Loss 7-21 CHANGED: Time changed
Lacrosse - Varsity Boys vs.
Rivers
Rivers Away Details Loss 4-13
Lacrosse - Varsity Girls vs.
Rivers
St. Mark's Home Details Win 15-12
Lacrosse - JV Girls vs.
Rivers
St. Mark's Home Details Win 7-5
Golf - Varsity vs.
Brooks
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 3-4
Golf - Varsity vs.
Lawrence Academy
St. Mark's Home Details Win 4-3
Golf - Varsity vs.
Nobles
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 2-5
Baseball - Varsity vs.
Middlesex
Middlesex Away Details Win 15-3
Lacrosse - Varsity Girls vs.
Williston
Williston Away Details Loss 1-11
Tennis - JV Boys vs.
Middlesex
Middlesex Away Details Tie 6-6
Tennis - Varsity Boys vs.
Middlesex
Middlesex Away Details Win 8-7
Lacrosse - JV Boys vs.
Middlesex
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 7-8
Lacrosse - Varsity Boys vs.
Middlesex
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 3-15
Tennis - JV Girls vs.
Middlesex
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 5-7
Tennis - Varsity Girls vs.
Middlesex
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 3-12
Lacrosse - Varsity Girls vs.
Deerfield
Deerfield Away Details Win 17-13
Lacrosse - JV Girls vs.
Deerfield
Deerfield Away Details Loss 4-12
Lacrosse - JV Boys vs.
Pomfret
St. Mark's Home Details Win 8-6
Tennis - Varsity Girls vs.
Worcester Academy
Worcester Academy Away Details Win 5-2
Ice Hockey - Varsity Boys vs.
Groton
Groton Away Details Loss 4-5 (OT)
Basketball - JV Girls vs.
Groton
Groton Away Details Loss 8-33
Basketball - Varsity Boys vs.
Groton
Groton Away Details Loss 50-61
Ice Hockey - Varsity Girls vs.
Groton
Groton Away Details Win 3-1
Basketball - Varsity Girls vs.
Groton
Groton Away Details Loss 40-60
Basketball - JV Boys vs.
Groton
Groton Away Details Loss 49-65
Ice Hockey - Varsity Girls vs.
Brooks
Brooks Away Details Loss 2-3
Basketball - Varsity Boys vs.
Brooks
Brooks Away Details Loss 40-55
Basketball - Thirds Boys vs.
Groton
St. Mark's Home Details Win 58-43
Ice Hockey - Varsity Boys vs.
St. George's
St. Mark's Home Details Win 5-1
Basketball - JV Boys vs.
Brooks
Brooks Away Details Loss 11-46
Ice Hockey - JV Girls vs.
Brooks
Brooks Away Details Win 6-1
Squash - Varsity Boys vs.
Pomfret
Pomfret Away Details Loss 2-5
Squash - JV Boys vs.
Pomfret
Pomfret Away Details Loss 3-4
Squash - Varsity Girls vs.
Pomfret
St. Mark's Home Details Win 6-1
Squash - JV Girls vs.
Pomfret
St. Mark's Home Details Win 7-0
Basketball - Varsity Girls vs.
Brooks
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 42-43
Basketball - JV Girls vs.
Brooks
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 19-39
Ice Hockey - JV Boys vs.
Tabor
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 2-6
Squash - Thirds Boys vs.
Groton
Groton Away Details Win 10-4
Basketball - Varsity Boys vs.
St. George's
St. Mark's Home Details Win 65-49
Basketball - JV Boys vs.
St. George's
St. Mark's Home Details Win 45-42
Squash - Varsity Girls vs.
Groton
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 2-5
Squash - JV Girls vs.
Groton
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 1-6
Ice Hockey - Varsity Boys vs.
Lawrence Academy
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 1-6
Squash - Varsity Boys vs.
Groton
Groton Away Details Loss 0-7
Squash - JV Boys vs.
Groton
Groton Away Details Loss 0-7
Basketball - Varsity Girls vs.
St. George's
St. George's Away Details Loss 41-50
Basketball - JV Girls vs.
St. George's
St. Georg's Away Details Loss 14-45
Ice Hockey - Varsity Girls vs.
BB&N
BB&N Away Details Loss 1-5
Ice Hockey - JV Girls vs.
Governor's Academy
Governor's Academy Away Details Win 7-2
Ice Hockey - JV Boys vs.
Lawrence Academy
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 4-7
Basketball - Varsity Boys vs.
Beaver Country Day
Beaver Country Day Away Details Loss 52-66
Ice Hockey - Varsity Boys vs.
Berwick Academy
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 2-5
Basketball - Thirds Boys vs.
Thayer
St. Mark's Home Details Win 43-42
Basketball - Varsity Girls vs.
Nobles
Nobles Away Details Loss 20-50
Ice Hockey - Varsity Boys vs.
Rivers
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 1-5
Basketball - Thirds Boys vs.
Nobles
Nobles Away Details Loss 27-34
Basketball - JV Boys vs.
Nobles
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 34-59
Basketball - Varsity Boys vs.
Nobles
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 30-83
Ice Hockey - JV Boys vs.
Pomfret
Pomfret Away Details Loss 0-3
Squash - Varsity Girls vs.
Brooks
Brooks Away Details Win 4-3
Squash - JV Girls vs.
Brooks
Brooks Away Details Loss 1-6
Basketball - JV Girls vs.
Nobles
Nobles Away Details Loss 15-38
Ice Hockey - Varsity Girls vs.
Thayer
Thayer Away Details Win 1-0
Ice Hockey - JV Girls vs.
Middlesex
St. Mark's Home Details Win 8-1
Squash - Varsity Boys vs.
Brooks
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 1-6
Squash - JV Boys vs.
Brooks
St. Mark's Home Details Win 7-0
Ice Hockey - Varsity Boys vs.
Middlesex
Middlesex Away Details Win 4-1
Basketball - Varsity Boys vs.
Governor's Academy
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 48-69
Basketball - JV Boys vs.
Governor's Academy
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 46-59
Basketball - JV Girls vs.
Governor's Academy
Govenor's Academy Away Details Win 14-4
Basketball - Varsity Girls vs.
Governor's Academy
Governor's Academy Away Details Loss 27-47
Ice Hockey - JV Boys vs.
Middlesex
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 1-4
Squash - Thirds Boys vs.
Brooks
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 4-8
Squash - Thirds Girls vs.
Brooks
St. Mark's Home Details Win 8-4
Wrestling - Varsity
Graves Kelsey
TBD
Brooks Details

Wrestling finished 6th overall as a team at the Graves- Kelsey tournament. We had 8 individual place winners. Louis Lyons got 5th, Laquan, Kareem, Micah, Steven, CJ and Cooper placed 4th and Luis placed 3rd. The 7 placing 4th and above qualified for the New England tournament, along with those who qualify based on record.

Ice Hockey - Varsity Girls vs.
Rivers
St. Mark's Home Details Win 7-0 CHANGED: This event has changed.
Ice Hockey - Varsity Boys vs.
Brooks
Brooks Away Details Win 3-2
Basketball - Varsity Boys vs.
St. Sebastian's
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 70-73
Squash - Varsity Girls vs.
Exeter
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 0-7
Squash - JV Girls vs.
Exeter
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 2-5
Ice Hockey - Varsity Girls vs.
Milton
St. Mark's Home Details Win 2-0
Ice Hockey - JV Boys vs.
Brooks
Brooks Away Details Tie 1-1
Wrestling - Varsity vs.
Belmont Hill
Belmont Hill Away Details Loss 15-65
Squash - Varsity Boys vs.
Belmont Hill
Belmont Hill Away Details Loss 0-7
Squash - JV Boys vs.
Belmont Hill
Belmont Hill Away Details Loss 0-7
Basketball - JV Boys vs.
St. Sebastian's
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 41-48
Basketball - Varsity Girls vs.
Lawrence Academy
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 72-36
Basketball - Thirds Boys vs.
Lawrence Academy
Lawrence Academy Away Details Win 40-30
Ice Hockey - JV Girls vs.
Cushing
St. Mark's Home Details Win 10-0
Squash - Thirds Girls vs.
Andover
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 1-7 CHANGED: This event has changed.
Ice Hockey - JV Boys
Catholic Memorial
St. Mark's Home Details Win 7-4
Ice Hockey - Varsity Boys vs.
Groton
St. Mark's Home Details Win 3-2
Basketball - Varsity Boys vs.
Thayer
Thayer Away Details Loss 52-81
Basketball - Varsity Girls vs.
Thayer
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 47-68
Ice Hockey - Varsity Girls vs.
Tabor
Tabor Away Details Win 5-3
Squash - Thirds Boys vs.
Brooks
Brooks Away Details Loss 4-9
Basketball - JV Boys vs.
Thayer
Thayer Away Details Loss 44-64
Basketball - Thirds Boys vs.
Tabor
Tabor Away Details Win 48-34
Ice Hockey - JV Boys vs.
Groton
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 2-4
Squash - Varsity Boys vs.
Milton
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 0-7
Squash - JV Boys vs.
Milton
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 1-6
Wrestling - Varsity vs.
Nobles
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 28-49
Wrestling - Varsity vs.
Governor's Academy
St. Mark's Home Details Win 48-34
Wrestling - Varsity vs.
Tabor
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 36-48
Basketball - Varsity Boys vs.
Brimmer & May
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 46-61 CHANGED: This event has changed.
Ice Hockey - Varsity Boys vs.
Pingree
Pingree Away Details Win 8-6
Squash - Varsity Girls vs.
Dana Hall
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 2-5
Squash - JV Girls vs.
Dana Hall
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 3-4
Basketball - JV Boys vs.
Fessenden
St. Mark's School Home Details Loss 30-58
Basketball - Varsity Boys vs.
Belmont Hill
Belmont Hill Away Details Loss 38-70
Ice Hockey - JV Boys vs.
Dexter
St. Mark's Home Details Win 3-2
Basketball - Varsity Girls vs.
Lincoln
Lincoln Away Details Loss 38-42
Squash - JV Girls vs.
St. George's
St. George's Away Details Loss 1-6
Squash - Varsity Girls vs.
St. George's
St. George's Away Details Win 4-3
Basketball - Thirds Boys vs.
Worcester Academy
Worcester Academy Away Details Loss 31-50
Basketball - JV Boys vs.
Belmont Hill
Belmont Hill Away Details Loss 38-39
Ice Hockey - Varsity Boys vs.
Roxbury Latin
Roxbury Latin Away Details Loss 1-2
Ice Hockey - Varsity Girls vs.
St. Paul's
St. Paul's Away Details Loss 2-3
Ice Hockey - JV Girls vs.
Exeter
St. Mark's Home Details Win 6-4
Squash - Varsity Boys vs.
St. George's
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 0-7
Squash - JV Boys vs.
St. George's
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 0-7
Wrestling - Varsity vs.
St. Paul's
St. Mark's Home Details Win 42-37
Wrestling - Varsity vs.
Middlesex
St. Mark's Home Details Win 39-30
Ice Hockey - Varsity Boys vs.
Dexter
Dexter Away Details Loss 1-12
Ice Hockey - Varsity Girls vs.
New Hampton
New Hampton Away Details Loss 0-3
Basketball - Varsity Girls vs.
Southfield
St. Mark's Home Details Win 43-15
Basketball - Thirds Boys vs.
Middlesex
Middlesex Away Details Win 37-20
Squash - Varsity Boys vs.
Moses Brown
St. Mark's Home Details Win 4-3
Squash - Thirds Boys vs.
Middlesex
Middlesex Away Details Win 9-1
Squash - JV Boys vs.
Moses Brown
St. Mark's Home Details Win 7-0
Ice Hockey - JV Boys vs.
Nobles
St. Mark's Home Details Tie 4-4
Ice Hockey - Varsity Boys vs.
Middlesex
St. Mark's Home Details Win 5-2
Basketball - Thirds Boys vs.
Pomfret
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 31-46
Ice Hockey - Varsity Girls vs.
St. George's
St. George's Away Details Win 2-1
Ice Hockey - JV Boys vs.
Rivers
Rivers Away Details Tie 3-3
Wrestling - Varsity vs.
Roxbury Latin
Lawrence Away Details Loss 21-56 CHANGED: Make-up Date
Squash - JV Boys vs.
Portsmouth Abbey
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 1-6
Squash - Varsity Boys vs.
Portsmouth Abbey
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 1-6
Basketball - Varsity Boys vs.
Pomfret
Pomfret Away Details Loss 48-56
Squash - JV Girls vs.
Portsmouth Abbey
Portsmouth Abbey Away Details Win 7-0
Squash - Varsity Girls vs.
Portsmouth Abbey
Portsmouth Abbey Away Details Win 7-0
Basketball - Varsity Girls vs.
Cushing
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 42-54
Ice Hockey - Varsity Boys vs.
Tabor
Tabor Away Details Win 6-2 CHANGED: Make-up Date
Basketball - Varsity Girls vs.
St. Paul's
St. Paul's Away Details Loss 23-54 CHANGED: Make-up Game
Basketball - JV Boys vs.
St. Paul's
St. Paul's Away Details Loss 40-44
Basketball - Varsity Boys vs.
St. Paul's
St. Paul's Away Details Loss 51-61
Ice Hockey - Varsity Girls vs.
Andover
St. Mark's Home Details Win 4-1
Ice Hockey - Varsity Boys vs.
St. George's
St. George's Away Details Tie 4-4
Basketball - Thirds Boys vs.
St. George's
St. Mark's Home Details Win 40-33
Basketball - Varsity Girls vs.
Milton
Milton Away Details Loss 25-37
Basketball - JV Girls vs.
Milton
Milton Away Details Loss
Squash - Varsity Girls vs.
BB&N
St. Mark's Home Details Win 7-0
Squash - JV Girls vs.
BB&N
St. Mark's Home Details Win 7-0
Wrestling - Varsity vs.
Thayer
St. Mark's Home Details Win 60-12
Wrestling - Varsity vs.
Worcester Academy
St. Mark's Home Details Win 42-21
Basketball - Varsity Boys vs.
Milton
Milton Away Details Loss 62-64
Basketball - JV Boys vs.
Milton
Milton Away Details Loss 37-51
Ice Hockey - Varsity Boys vs.
BB&N
St. Mark's Home Details Win 4-2
Squash - Varsity Girls vs.
Milton
Milton Away Details Loss 0-7
Squash - Varsity Boys vs.
BB&N
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 3-4
Squash - JV Boys vs.
BB&N
St. Mark's Home Details Win 7-0
Ice Hockey - Varsity Boys vs.
Belmont Hill
Belmont Hill Away Details Loss 0-4
Basketball - Varsity Boys vs.
Rivers
Rivers Away Details Loss 56-81
Ice Hockey - JV Boys vs.
St. Paul's
St. Mark's Home Details Win 3-0
Ice Hockey - JV Girls vs.
Andover
Andover Away Details Win 5-0
Squash - Thirds Girls vs.
Groton
Groton Away Details Win 8-4
Basketball - JV Boys vs.
Rivers
Rivers Away Details Loss 34-42
Basketball - Varsity Girls vs.
Dana Hall
Dana Hall Away Details Loss 31-41
Squash - Varsity Boys vs.
Andover
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 0-7
Squash - JV Boys vs.
Andover
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 0-7
Wrestling - Varsity vs.
Concord Academy
Concord Academy Away Details Win 60-24
Ice Hockey - Varsity Girls vs.
Middlesex
St. Mark's Home Details Win 6-2
Ice Hockey - JV Girls vs.
Groton
St. Mark's Home Details Win 11-1
Ice Hockey - Varsity Boys vs.
Rivers
Rivers Away Details Loss 0-9
Wrestling - Varsity vs.
St. Sebastian's
St. Mark's Home Details Win 54-27
Squash - Varsity Girls vs.
St. Paul's
St. Paul's Away Details Loss 0-7
Squash - JV Girls vs.
St. Paul's
St. Paul's Away Details Loss 0-7
Ice Hockey - JV Boys vs.
Cushing
St. Mark's Home Details Win 5-2
Squash - Varsity Boys vs.
Williston
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 1-6
Basketball - Varsity Girls vs.
Pomfret
Pomfret Away Details Loss 25-57
Ice Hockey - Varsity Girls vs.
Cushing
Cushing Away Details Loss 1-2
Basketball - Varsity Boys vs.
Roxbury Latin
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 50-71
Basketball - JV Boys vs.
Roxbury Latin
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 34-49
Ice Hockey - Varsity Boys vs.
Roxbury Latin
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 0-4
Basketball - Varsity Boys vs.
Middlesex
Middlesex Away Details Loss 43-51
Basketball - Thirds Boys vs.
BB&N
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 25-34
Wrestling - Varsity vs.
Milton
Milton Away Details Loss 36-38
Ice Hockey - Varsity Girls vs.
Lawrence Academy
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 0-3
Ice Hockey - JV Girls vs.
Nobles
Nobles Away Details Tie 4-4
Squash - Varsity Boys vs.
Middlesex
Middlesex Away Details Loss 2-5
Squash - JV Boys vs.
Middlesex
Middlesex Away Details Win 4-3
Basketball - JV Boys vs.
Middlesex
Middlesex Away Details Win 51-40
Basketball - Varsity Girls vs.
Middlesex
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 26-34
Squash - Varsity Girls vs.
Middlesex
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 3-4
Squash - JV Girls vs.
Middlesex
St. Mark's Home Details Win 5-2
Basketball - JV Girls vs.
Middlesex
St. Mark's Home Details Loss
Basketball - Varsity Boys vs.
Lawrence Academy
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 45-62 CHANGED: Make-up Game
Ice Hockey - Varsity Girls vs.
Governor's
St. Mark's Home Details Win 2-1 CHANGED: Make-up Game
Ice Hockey - Varsity Girls vs.
Worcester Academy
St. Mark's Home Details Win 3-0
Squash - Varsity Girls vs.
Nobles
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 0-7
Squash - JV Girls vs.
Nobles
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 0-7
Ice Hockey - Varsity Boys vs.
Worcester Academy
St. Mark's Home Details Win 8-2 CHANGED: This event has changed.
Basketball - Varsity Boys vs.
Holderness
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 54-72
Ice Hockey - Varsity Girls vs.
Southfield
St. Mark's Home Details Win 5-2
Basketball - Varsity Girls vs.
BB&N
BB&N Away Details Loss 32-66
Basketball - JV Girls vs.
BB&N
BB&N Away Details Loss 12-22
Squash - Thirds Girls vs.
St. George's
St. Mark's Home Details Win 10-1
Squash - Thirds Boys vs.
St. George's
St. Mark's Home Details Win 11-3
Ice Hockey - Varsity Girls vs.
Lawrence Academy
Milton Away Details Win 3-2
Ice Hockey - Varsity Boys vs.
Middlesex
Home Details Win 4-2
Ice Hockey - Varsity Girls vs.
Harrington Tournament, Westminster
Nobles Away Details Loss 3-4
Basketball - Varsity Girls vs.
Middlesex
Pingree Away Details Win 45-43
Ice Hockey - Varsity Boys vs.
Stanstead College
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 3-4
Ice Hockey - Varsity Girls vs.
Harrington Tournament, St. Paul's
Milton Away Details Loss 1-5
Ice Hockey - Varsity Boys vs.
Vermont Academy
St. Mark's Home Details Win 3-2
Basketball - Varsity Girls vs.
Pingree Holiday Tournament, Beaver Country Day
Pingree Away Details Loss 48-69
Ice Hockey - Varsity Girls vs.
Harrington Tournament, Milton
Milton Away Details Tie 2-2
Ice Hockey - Varsity Boys vs.
Brooks
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 2-3
Basketball - JV Boys vs.
Pomfret
St. Mark's Home Details Win 46-38
Basketball - Varsity Girls vs.
Rivers
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 29-59
Ice Hockey - Varsity Girls vs.
Winchendon
St. Mark's Home Details Win 6-1
Squash - Varsity Girls vs.
Williston
Williston Away Details Win 7-0
Ice Hockey - JV Girls vs.
Pomfret
Pomfret Away Details Win 3-0
Wrestling - Varsity vs.
Marianapolis Prep
Marianapolis Prep Away Details Win 45-36
Wrestling - Varsity vs.
Portsmouth Abbey
Marianapolis Prep Away Details Loss 24-45
Basketball - JV Girls vs.
Rivers
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 13-43
Basketball - Thirds Boys vs.
Lawrence Academy
St. Mark's Home Details Win 40-24
Ice Hockey - JV Boys vs.
Cushing
Cushing Away Details Loss 4-5
Ice Hockey - Varsity Girls vs.
Williston
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 0-5
Ice Hockey - Varsity Boys vs.
BB&N
BB&N Away Details Loss 1-3
Squash - Varsity Girls vs.
Concord Academy
St. Mark's Home Details Win 7-0 CHANGED: This event has changed.
Squash - JV Girls vs.
Concord Academy
St. Mark's Home Details Win 5-2 CHANGED: This event has changed.
Ice Hockey - Varsity Girls vs.
Nobles
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 0-3
Ice Hockey - JV Girls vs.
Milton
Milton Away Details Win 8-3
Basketball - Varsity Girls vs.
Williston
Williston Away Details Loss 34-57
Squash - Varsity Boys vs.
St. Paul's
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 0-7
Wrestling - Varsity vs.
BB&N
BB&N Away Details Win 36-28
Squash - JV Boys vs.
St. Paul's
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 0-7
Wrestling - Varsity vs.
Lawrence Academy
BB&N Away Details Win 42-30
Basketball - Varsity Boys vs.
BB&N
St. Mark's Home Details Win 57-48
Basketball - JV Boys vs.
BB&N
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 42-48
Ice Hockey - Varsity Boys vs.
St. Paul's
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 1-4
Ice Hockey - JV Boys vs.
*Note time change, St. Sebastian's
St. Sebasian's Away Details Loss 0-3 CHANGED: This event has changed.
Ice Hockey - Varsity Girls vs.
Deerfield
St. Mark's Home Details Tie 1-1
Ice Hockey - Varsity Boys vs.
Winchendon
Winchendon Away Details Loss 3-7
Squash - JV Girls vs.
Tabor
St. Mark's Home Details Win 5-2
Squash - Varsity Girls vs.
Tabor
St. Mark's Home Details Win 6-1
Wrestling - Varsity vs.
Brooks
St. Mark's Home Details Win 45-24
Squash - Varsity Boys vs.
Tabor
Tabor Away Details Loss 0-7
Squash - JV Boys vs.
Tabor
Tabor Away Details Loss 1-6
Ice Hockey - JV Boys vs.
St. George's
St. Mark's Home Details Win 5-2
Ice Hockey - JV Girls vs.
Tabor
Tabor Away Details Loss 4-9
Basketball - Thirds Boys vs.
Governor's Academy
Governor's Academy Away Details Win 37-31
Basketball - Varsity Girls vs.
Brewster
Brewster Away Details Loss 27-34
Basketball - Varsity Boys vs.
Kingswood Oxford
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 53-75
Ice Hockey - Varsity Boys vs.
Proctor
St. Mark's Home Details Loss 3-9
Ice Hockey - Varsity Girls vs.
Westminster
Westminster Away Details Tie 1-1
Squash - Varsity Boys vs.
Williston
Williston Away Details Loss 0-7
Soccer - Varsity Girls vs.
Pingree
Brooks Details Loss 3-2

(PKs)

Field Hockey - Varsity vs.
New England Semi-Finals, Governor's
Away Details Loss 1-3
Soccer - Varsity Girls vs.
New England Semi-Finals, Miss Porter's
Away Details Win 2-1

(PKs)

Field Hockey - Varsity vs.
New England Quarterfinals, Berkshire
Away Details Win 1-0
Soccer - Varsity Boys vs.
New England Quarterfinals, Nobles
Away Details Loss 1-4
Soccer - Varsity Girls vs.
New England Quarterfinals, Kingswood Oxford
Home Details Win 2-1
Cross Country - JV Girls
New Englands
Phillips Exeter Academy Details 6th place
Cross Country - JV Boys
New Englands
Phillips Exeter Academy Details 3rd place
Soccer - Thirds Boys vs.
Groton
-
Home Details Loss 0-4
Soccer - JV Boys vs.
Groton
-
Home Details Loss 2-3
Soccer - Varsity Boys vs.
Groton
-
Home Details Tie 2-2
Field Hockey - JV vs.
Groton
-
Home Details Tie 0-0
Soccer - JV Girls vs.
Groton
-
Home Details Win 2-0
Field Hockey - Varsity vs.
Groton
-
Home Details Win 5-0
Soccer - Varsity Girls vs.
Groton
-
Home Details Tie 1-1
Cross Country - Varsity Girls
New Englands
Tabor Details 8th place
Football - Varsity vs.
*Note time change, Groton
-
Home Details Win 29-22
Cross Country - Varsity Boys
New Englands
Phillips Exeter Academy Details 6th place
Soccer - Thirds Boys vs.
Middlesex
-
Away Details Win 3-1
Field Hockey - JV vs.
Tabor
-
Home Details Loss 1-2
Field Hockey - Varsity vs.
Tabor
-
Away Details Win 2-1
Soccer - Varsity Girls vs.
Tabor
-
Home Details Win 2-0
Soccer - Thirds Girls vs.
Milton
-
Home Details Loss 0-7
Soccer - Varsity Boys vs.
*Note time change, Belmont Hill
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Away Details Win 1-0

The boys traveled to Belmont Hill School on Wednesday to face an excellent BH team. Belmont Hill attacked relentlessly, repeatedly testing the SM back line and coming up with several chances. Darren Pike kept the Lions in the game with several good saves, including a crucial stop on a Penalty Kick, to keep it level at the half. Working to counter in the 2nd half, SM was able to draw a foul outside the Belmont Hill box. Thatcher Adams drove a fantastic free kick from 25 yards to put SM on the board with the eventual game winner. The boys fought hard to finish the game ahead despite several key chances by Belmont Hill, including just missing the equalizer on a shot that hit the crossbar. Darren Pike remained stalwart in the net, finishing with 11 saves. A well-played game by both sides. The boys play Groton in the final game of the regular season this Saturday.

Cross Country - JV Boys
ISL Championships
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Groton Away Details 1st place

St. Mark’s traveled to Groton School for the 45th ISL Cross Country Championships. After a strong season, during which we ran to a 16-0 record, the team hoped that it could gain the League Championship. This dream was realized, in a dominant fashion. In a race with 248 runners, SM took five of the top seven places. As a result, we scored a remarkable twenty-two points. Moreover, the team’s average scorers’ time of 18:08 would have beaten ten of the teams in the varsity race, a remarkable accomplishment for a JV team. Ben Teixeira ’19 led the way for SM, finishing second overall. Ben was followed closely by Theo Bartlett ’17 (3rd), Henry Hirschfeld ’17 (4th), Rwick Sarkar ’19 (6th), and Colin Boylan ’18 (7th). In addition, our displacers (Julian Ortiz ’17 and Matt Walsh ’19) also ran extremely well. Next on the schedule: the NEPSTA Division I cross-country Championships at the Phillips Exeter Academy.

Cross Country - Varsity Girls
ISL Championships
-
Groton Away Details 9th place
Soccer - Thirds Boys vs.
*Make-up Game, Rivers
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Home Details Win 6-0
Soccer - JV Boys vs.
St. Paul's
-
Home Details Tie 2-2
Football - Varsity vs.
St. Paul's
-
Home Details Loss 0-31
Soccer - JV Girls vs.
St. Paul's
-
Home Details Win 4-0
Field Hockey - Varsity vs.
St. Paul's
-
Home Details Loss 1-3
Soccer - Varsity Girls vs.
St. Paul's
-
Home Details Tie 1-1
Soccer - Varsity Boys vs.
St. Paul's
-
Home Details Win 6-1

The SM boys played a strong side from St. Paul's School at home on a beautiful Friday afternoon. St. Paul's played good, organized soccer, and they threatened the SM back line with through passes. SM, however, was able to counter and got on the board three times in the first half with two goals by Matt Leigh and one by John Hart. The second half saw continued pressure by the St. Paul's squad, and they converted early in the second half on a very pretty goal. SM continued to counter, and they finished out the game with goals from Tom McKeown and John Hart (2), and Matt Leigh finished the game with a hat trick. The boys take on Belmont Hill this Wednesday.

Cross Country - Varsity Boys
ISL Championships
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Groton Away Details 3rd place

St. Mark’s traveled to Groton School for the 45th ISL Cross Country Championships. After a strong season, during which we ran to a 12-2 record in the ISL, the team hoped that it could threaten to gain the League Championship. While we ran well, those dreams were not realized, as we finished third. While we beat three teams that bested us in the regular season (St. George’s, Nobles, and St. Paul’s), two teams that we recently beat (Roxbury Latin and Belmont Hill) ran great races to capture first and second place. Captain Matt Thalmann ’16 ran a solid race, finishing twelfth. Matt was followed closely by Grant Gattuso ’19 (16th), Hans Wu ‘19 (22th), Steven Burke ‘18 (25th), and Nick Hadlock ’17 (30th). Next on the schedule: the NEPSTA Division I cross-country Championships at the Phillips Exeter Academy.

Cross Country - JV Girls
ISL Championships
-
Groton Away Details 7th place
Soccer - JV Boys vs.
*Note time change, Thayer
-
Home Details Win 7-0
Soccer - Varsity Boys vs.
*Note time change, Thayer
-
Home Details Win 5-0
Field Hockey - Varsity vs.
*Note time change, Thayer
-
Home Details Win 3-0
Field Hockey - JV vs.
*Note time change, Thayer
-
Home Details Tie 0-0
Soccer - JV Girls vs.
Thayer
-
Away Details Win 7-0
Soccer - Varsity Girls vs.
Thayer
-
Away Details Win 5-4
Soccer - Thirds Boys vs.
Governor's Academy
-
Home Details Tie 2-2
Football - Varsity vs.
Lawrence Academy
-
Away Details Loss 14 - 46
Soccer - JV Boys vs.
Rivers
-
Away Details Tie 1 - 1
Soccer - JV Girls vs.
Rivers
-
Away Details Loss 0 - 1
Cross Country - Varsity Girls vs.
*Note time change, BB&N
-
Belmont Hill Away Details Loss 37 - 22 "

On Saturday October 29, the girls team traveled to Rock Meadow park in Belmont to face a very strong BBN squad. Despite many girls running good times, the BBN team outran the lions. Co-captain Sam Sarafin finished first for the team and third overall with a time near her personal record. She was followed by Nina Tanaka in fourth place. The other scoring runners were Sophie Haugen (7th place), Katharine Ewald (11th place) and Kitty Chen (13th place).

Since there was only one other team, the girls ran in a combined JV/Varsity race. The JV team also lost to BBN. The scoring runners for the JV were: Olivia Sommers, Jenny Shan, Rosanna Zhao, Madeline Appel and Haley Dion. Third former Helen Huang ran a season’s best time despite falling and finishing with a huge gash on her knee.

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Cross Country - JV Girls vs.
*Note time change, BB&N
-
Belmont Hill Away Details Loss 40 - 18 "

On Saturday October 29, the girls team traveled to Rock Meadow park in Belmont to face a very strong BBN squad. Despite many girls running good times, the BBN team outran the lions. Co-captain Sam Sarafin finished first for the team and third overall with a time near her personal record. She was followed by Nina Tanaka in fourth place. The other scoring runners were Sophie Haugen (7th place), Katharine Ewald (11th place) and Kitty Chen (13th place).

Since there was only one other team, the girls ran in a combined JV/Varsity race. The JV team also lost to BBN. The scoring runners for the JV were: Olivia Sommers, Jenny Shan, Rosanna Zhao, Madeline Appel and Haley Dion. Third former Helen Huang ran a season’s best time despite falling and finishing with a huge gash on her knee.

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Cross Country - Varsity Boys vs.
*Note time change, Belmont Hill
-
Away Details Win 22 - 39 "

St. Mark’s travelled to Belmont Hill on a cool and cloudy day (great running weather). St. Mark’s is peaking at the right time and defeated all three opponents: Belmont Hill 22-39, BB&N 19-44, and St. Seb’s 15-50. St. Mark’s number one, captain Matt Thalmann ’17, ran a great race and finished first overall. A surging Steven Burke ’18 PR’d and finished second for SM (and fourth overall). Hans Wu ’19 and Grant Gattuso ’19 battled to the end, with Hans taking sixth and Grant finishing one second back in seventh place. Our second pack then passed the finish in a clump (Henry Butterfield ’18, captain Nick Hadlock ’17, and Jack Thalmann ’18). We took an impressive seven of the top ten spots in this quad race, and our record now stands at 12-4 (12-2 in the ISL). We look forward to traveling to Groton on Friday to see how we fare in the ISL Championships.

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Cross Country - Varsity Boys vs.
*Note time change, BB&N
-
Away Details Win 19 - 44 "

St. Mark’s travelled to Belmont Hill on a cool and cloudy day (great running weather). St. Mark’s is peaking at the right time and defeated all three opponents: Belmont Hill 22-39, BB&N 19-44, and St. Seb’s 15-50. St. Mark’s number one, captain Matt Thalmann ’17, ran a great race and finished first overall. A surging Steven Burke ’18 PR’d and finished second for SM (and fourth overall). Hans Wu ’19 and Grant Gattuso ’19 battled to the end, with Hans taking sixth and Grant finishing one second back in seventh place. Our second pack then passed the finish in a clump (Henry Butterfield ’18, captain Nick Hadlock ’17, and Jack Thalmann ’18). We took an impressive seven of the top ten spots in this quad race, and our record now stands at 12-4 (12-2 in the ISL). We look forward to traveling to Groton on Friday to see how we fare in the ISL Championships.

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Cross Country - Varsity Boys vs.
*Note time change, St. Sebastian's
-
Away Details Win 15 - 50 "

St. Mark’s travelled to Belmont Hill on a cool and cloudy day (great running weather). St. Mark’s is peaking at the right time and defeated all three opponents: Belmont Hill 22-39, BB&N 19-44, and St. Seb’s 15-50. St. Mark’s number one, captain Matt Thalmann ’17, ran a great race and finished first overall. A surging Steven Burke ’18 PR’d and finished second for SM (and fourth overall). Hans Wu ’19 and Grant Gattuso ’19 battled to the end, with Hans taking sixth and Grant finishing one second back in seventh place. Our second pack then passed the finish in a clump (Henry Butterfield ’18, captain Nick Hadlock ’17, and Jack Thalmann ’18). We took an impressive seven of the top ten spots in this quad race, and our record now stands at 12-4 (12-2 in the ISL). We look forward to traveling to Groton on Friday to see how we fare in the ISL Championships.

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Cross Country - JV Boys vs.
*Note time change, Belmont Hill
-
Away Details Win 16 - 44 "

St. Mark’s travelled to Belmont Hill on a cool and cloudy day (great running weather). St. Mark’s is peaking at the right time and defeated all three opponents: Belmont Hill 16-44, BB&N 15-49, and St. Seb’s 15-50. St. Mark’s number one, Ben Teixeira ’19, ran a great race and finished first overall. SM then took the next three spots (Colin Boylan ’18, Henry Hirschfeld ’17, and Rwick Sarkar ’19). A Belmont Hill runner came in fifth, but SM took the next two spots (Julian Ortiz ’17 and Matt Walsh ’19) to grab six of the top seven spots. In addition, Colin Bolin, Julian Yang ‘20, Will Osborne ‘20, Chapin Pyne ‘20, and Ryder Henry ’20 all earned PR’s in the race. We finished the season 16-0 and are looking forward to traveling to Groton on Friday to see how we fare in the ISL Championships.

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Cross Country - JV Boys vs.
*Note time change, BB&N
-
Away Details Win 15 - 49 "

St. Mark’s travelled to Belmont Hill on a cool and cloudy day (great running weather). St. Mark’s is peaking at the right time and defeated all three opponents: Belmont Hill 16-44, BB&N 15-49, and St. Seb’s 15-50. St. Mark’s number one, Ben Teixeira ’19, ran a great race and finished first overall. SM then took the next three spots (Colin Boylan ’18, Henry Hirschfeld ’17, and Rwick Sarkar ’19). A Belmont Hill runner came in fifth, but SM took the next two spots (Julian Ortiz ’17 and Matt Walsh ’19) to grab six of the top seven spots. In addition, Colin Bolin, Julian Yang ‘20, Will Osborne ‘20, Chapin Pyne ‘20, and Ryder Henry ’20 all earned PR’s in the race. We finished the season 16-0 and are looking forward to traveling to Groton on Friday to see how we fare in the ISL Championships.

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Cross Country - JV Boys vs.
*Note time change, St. Sebastian's
-
Away Details Win 15 - 50 "

St. Mark’s travelled to Belmont Hill on a cool and cloudy day (great running weather). St. Mark’s is peaking at the right time and defeated all three opponents: Belmont Hill 16-44, BB&N 15-49, and St. Seb’s 15-50. St. Mark’s number one, Ben Teixeira ’19, ran a great race and finished first overall. SM then took the next three spots (Colin Boylan ’18, Henry Hirschfeld ’17, and Rwick Sarkar ’19). A Belmont Hill runner came in fifth, but SM took the next two spots (Julian Ortiz ’17 and Matt Walsh ’19) to grab six of the top seven spots. In addition, Colin Bolin, Julian Yang ‘20, Will Osborne ‘20, Chapin Pyne ‘20, and Ryder Henry ’20 all earned PR’s in the race. We finished the season 16-0 and are looking forward to traveling to Groton on Friday to see how we fare in the ISL Championships.

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Field Hockey - JV vs.
Rivers
-
Away Details Win 1 - 0
Soccer - Varsity Boys vs.
Rivers
-
Away Details Win 6 - 1 "Boys' Varsity Soccer traveled to Weston to play Rivers on Saturday. The first half was tightly contested. The strong Rivers squad took much of the possession while the SM boys played a tight defense. Rivers had several key chances and fought tenaciously, combining to create several shots on goal. SM, relying on the counterattack, was able to get on the board first, as Thatcher Adams found the net after a feed from Cooper Schmitz. Matt Leigh also scored before the end of the half (assisted by Cole Schmitz) to extend the lead. In the second half, Rivers came out strong and pressed hard, earning an SM own goal to get on the board. Rivers continued to threaten with strong play and several good shots (including a hit post). SM, however, continued to counter, ending the match with four more strikes: two by Cole Schmitz (Adams, Leigh assists) and one more each by Adams and Leigh (John Hart, Adams assists). The boys take on Thayer Academy at home on Wednesday."
Field Hockey - Varsity vs.
Rivers
-
Away Details Loss 0 - 1
Soccer - Varsity Girls vs.
Rivers
-
Away Details Tie 1 - 1
Soccer - JV Boys vs.
St. Sebastian's
-
Away Details Loss 0 - 2
Soccer - Varsity Boys vs.
St. Sebastian's
-
Home Details Win 2 - 0 "

SM took on a very strong team from St. Sebastian's on Wednesday, earning a 2-0 victory in what was a well-played and exciting match. St. Sebastian's threatened the SM back line throughout the game, nearly breaking through on several occasions and making some very high-quality shots from distance. The boys, however, did very well to counter in the first half and went ahead on a nice goal by Matt Leigh. Later in the half, John Hart found himself on the end of a Cole Schmitz corner kick and headed it home to make the score 2-0. Both teams fought hard in the second half and finished out the match with several chances. Darren Pike made eleven saves to preserve the clean-sheet.

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Soccer - Varsity Girls vs.
Southfield
-
Home Details Win 6 - 2
Soccer - JV Girls vs.
Southfield
-
Home Details Win 5 - 1
Soccer - Thirds Girls vs.
Pike School
-
Away Details Loss 0 - 6
Soccer - Thirds Boys vs.
Belmont Hill
-
Home Details Tie 2 - 2
Cross Country - Varsity Boys vs.
*Note time change, Roxbury Latin
-
Away Details Win 27 - 30 "

St. Mark’s travelled to Roxbury Latin on a cool and dreary day. After the drenching rains of the night before, the course was remarkably muddy and slow. Nonetheless, St. Mark’s powered through the puddles and muck and defeated Roxbury 27-30. St. Mark’s number one, captain Matt Thalmann ’17, ran toward the front for the entire race and finished second overall. Steven Burke ’18 submitted the race of the day, surging forth after the first mile and finishing fourth overall and second for SM (after being eighth for the team last weekend). Grant Gattuso ’19 was fifth overall, and Hans Wu ’19 finished seventh. In addition, our next pack (Jack Thalmann ’18, captain Nick Hadlock ’17, Henry Butterfield ’18, and Theo Bartlett ’17) took the next four spots and all four finished ahead of Roxbury’s fifth runner. Our record now stands at 9-4 (9-2 in the ISL). We look forward to visiting Belmont Hill next Saturday for our final regular-season race.

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Cross Country - JV Boys vs.
*Note time change, Roxbury Latin
-
Away Details Win 21 - 34 "

St. Mark’s travelled to Roxbury Latin on a cool and dreary day. After the drenching rains of the night before, the course was remarkably muddy and slow. Nonetheless, St. Mark’s powered through the puddles and muck and beat an undefeated Roxbury Latin team 21-34. St. Mark’s number one, Ben Teixeira ’19, ran at the front for the entire race and, despite veering off course at one point, finished first overall. Colin Boylan ’18 and Rwick Sarkar ’19 ran brilliant races and took the second and third spots, assuring a SM team victory. The remaining JV scorers/displacers were Henry Hirschfeld ’17, Julian Ortiz ’17, Matt Walsh ’19, and Andrew Laquerre ’17. Our record now stands at 13-0 (11-0 in the ISL). We look forward to visiting Belmont Hill next Saturday for our final regular-season race.

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Football - Varsity vs.
Middlesex
-
Away Details Win 31 - 12
Field Hockey - Varsity vs.
Governor's Academy
-
Home Details Loss 1 - 2
Soccer - Varsity Boys vs.
Governor's Academy
-
Home Details Win 5 - 1 "

The boys played a spirited game in front of a Family Weekend crowd this Saturday. Despite the rainy conditions, the match was well attended, and both teams did well to play a well-contested game. Governors attacked tenaciously in the first half and had several strong scoring chances as they tested the SM back line. SM, however, was able to counter with two goals by Matt Leigh, and they ended the first frame up 2-0. The second half saw more strong play from both sides, and Governors did well to put enough pressure on to force an SM own goal. Later in the half, Matt Leigh put home another for his second hat-trick of the season. Later goals by Justin Biela and Jimmy Tobin sealed the victory for the Lions. Darren Pike made five saves.

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Soccer - Varsity Girls vs.
Governor's Academy
-
Home Details Tie 2 - 2
Soccer - JV Boys vs.
Governor's Academy
-
Home Details Loss 0 - 1
Soccer - JV Girls vs.
Governor's Academy
-
Home Details Win 1 - 0
Field Hockey - JV vs.
Governor's Academy
-
Home Details Win 5 - 1
Soccer - Varsity Boys vs.
Milton
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Away Details Tie 0 - 0 "The St. Mark's boys traveled to Milton Academy on Wednesday to take on a talented Mustang squad. It was a beautiful day for soccer, and the game developed into a very exciting contest as Milton threatened repeatedly against the Lions' defensive shape. Despite some strong chances from the Milton side, the half ended at 0-0, with Darren Pike making several key saves along the way. In the second half, Milton continued to threaten with strong play and creativity, but the boys, led my Matt Leigh, John Hart, and Tom McKeown, did well to defend and counter. Milton kept up the pressure, hitting two posts in the latter part of the half, and earned a penalty kick in the 75th minute. Darren Pike did well to come up with the save, and the boys held on to earn the 0-0 draw. An excellent game for both sides. The team takes on Governor's Academy at home on Saturday."
Field Hockey - JV vs.
Milton
-
Away Details Tie 1 - 1
Soccer - JV Girls vs.
Milton
-
Away Details Tie 0 - 0
Field Hockey - Varsity vs.
Milton
-
Away Details Tie 0 - 0
Soccer - Varsity Girls vs.
Milton
-
Away Details Win 3 - 1
Soccer - Thirds Boys vs.
Brooks
-
Away Details Win 4 - 1
Soccer - Thirds Girls vs.
Brooks
-
Away Details Tie 1 - 1
Cross Country - Varsity Girls vs.
Lawrence Academy
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Home Details Win 17 - 46 "

On October 15, the Girls Cross Country hosted their final home race of the season. Lawrence Academy and Tabor Academy came to St. Mark’s on a beautiful fall day to race the Lions. Neither Lawrence nor Tabor had enough runners for complete JV teams so the girls ran one race. Nina Tanaka led her team to an easy victory over both teams. She ran a season best time and won by 22 seconds. Sam Sarafin and Sophie Haugen finished close behind Tabor’s first runner. A pack consisting of Daisy Williams, Kitty Chen, Katherine Ewald, Isabelle Titcomb and Madeline Appel finished behind Tabor’s second runner and Lawrence’s first runner securing the win. Many girls ran season best times and three: Madeline Appel, Clem McKeown and Rosanna Zhou ran personal bests for their cross country careers. Overall it was a very successful day of running!

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Cross Country - Varsity Girls vs.
Tabor
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Home Details Win 21 - 40 "

On October 15, the Girls Cross Country hosted their final home race of the season. Lawrence Academy and Tabor Academy came to St. Mark’s on a beautiful fall day to race the Lions. Neither Lawrence nor Tabor had enough runners for complete JV teams so the girls ran one race. Nina Tanaka led her team to an easy victory over both teams. She ran a season best time and won by 22 seconds. Sam Sarafin and Sophie Haugen finished close behind Tabor’s first runner. A pack consisting of Daisy Williams, Kitty Chen, Katherine Ewald, Isabelle Titcomb and Madeline Appel finished behind Tabor’s second runner and Lawrence’s first runner securing the win. Many girls ran season best times and three: Madeline Appel, Clem McKeown and Rosanna Zhou ran personal bests for their cross country careers. Overall it was a very successful day of running!

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Field Hockey - JV vs.
*Note time change, St. George's
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Away Details Loss 0 - 2
Soccer - JV Girls vs.
*Note time change, St. George's
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Away Details Loss 1 - 4
Soccer - Thirds Boys vs.
St. George's
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Away Details Tie 2 - 2
Soccer - JV Boys vs.
St. George's
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Away Details Loss 0 - 1
Soccer - Varsity Boys vs.
St. George's
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Away Details Win 3 - 1 "

The boys traveled to Middletown, RI on a beautiful Saturday to take on a very good team from St. George's School. The Lions did very well to convert twice in the first half on goals by Matt Leigh. St. George's fought hard and played some strong soccer throughout, but Matt Leigh came through again on a penalty kick to earn a hat-trick. St. George's broke through to convert later in the half, but the boys did well to finish out the game for the victory. Darren Pike made three saves in net.

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Field Hockey - Varsity vs.
St. George's
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Away Details Win 2 - 1
Soccer - Varsity Girls vs.
St. George's
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Away Details Tie 1 - 1
Football - Varsity vs.
Brooks
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Away Details Loss 15 - 20
Soccer - Thirds Girls vs.
St. George's
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Away Details Win 2 - 0
Cross Country - Varsity Boys vs.
*Note time change, Lawrence Academy
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Home Details Win 15 - 50 "

St. Mark’s hosted Tabor and Lawrence Academy on a great day for running. While St. Mark’s ran a strong race and defeated Lawrence 15-50, its depth was not enough to catch the top-end speed of Tabor, which seized the first three spots in the race and a close 27-30 victory. St. Mark’s number one, captain Matt Thalmann ’17, made a gallant effort to catch the swift Tabor trio and finished in fourth place with a season PR. SM took the next four spots (Grant Gattuso ’19, Hans Wu ‘19, captain Nick Hadlock ’17, and a surging Henry Butterfield ’18) and managed to place our number five in front of Tabor’s number four. We then placed three more runners (Theo Bartlett ’17, Jack Thalmann ’18, and Steven Burke ’18) ahead of Tabor’s number five. All eight of our runners recorded season PR’s. Our record now stands at 8-4 (8-3 in the ISL). We are getting faster at the right time and look forward to visiting a strong Roxbury Latin team next Saturday.

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Cross Country - Varsity Boys vs.
*Note time change, Tabor
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Home Details Loss 30 - 27 "

St. Mark’s hosted Tabor and Lawrence Academy on a great day for running. While St. Mark’s ran a strong race and defeated Lawrence 15-50, its depth was not enough to catch the top-end speed of Tabor, which seized the first three spots in the race and a close 27-30 victory. St. Mark’s number one, captain Matt Thalmann ’17, made a gallant effort to catch the swift Tabor trio and finished in fourth place with a season PR. SM took the next four spots (Grant Gattuso ’19, Hans Wu ‘19, captain Nick Hadlock ’17, and a surging Henry Butterfield ’18) and managed to place our number five in front of Tabor’s number four. We then placed three more runners (Theo Bartlett ’17, Jack Thalmann ’18, and Steven Burke ’18) ahead of Tabor’s number five. All eight of our runners recorded season PR’s. Our record now stands at 8-4 (8-3 in the ISL). We are getting faster at the right time and look forward to visiting a strong Roxbury Latin team next Saturday.

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Cross Country - JV Boys vs.
*Note slight time change, Lawrence Academy
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Home Details Win 15 - 50 "

St. Mark’s hosted Tabor and Lawrence Academy on a great day for running. St. Mark’s ran a strong race and defeated both Lawrence (15-50) and Tabor (15-48). Although we were short Henry Hirschfeld ’17 (injury) and ran eight on the varsity, our depth showed again. Ben Teixeira ’19 won the race in a PR of 18:19 (which would have been a very respectable showing in the varsity race). Ben was followed by a top pack of Colin Boylan ’18, Rwick Sarkar ’19, Julian Ortiz ’17, and Matt Walsh ’19, who took the next four places in the race. A Tabor runner came in sixth, but was followed by another SM pack in places seven through ten (Kareem Chambers ’19, Andrew Laquerre ’17, Blake Gattuso ’20, and David Ragone ’19). Eighteen of our twenty JV runners recorded season PR’s. Our record now stands at 12-0 (11-0 in the ISL). We are getting faster at the right time and look forward to visiting an undefeated Roxbury Latin JV squad next Saturday.

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Cross Country - JV Boys vs.
*Note slight time change, Tabor
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Home Details Win 15 - 48 "

St. Mark’s hosted Tabor and Lawrence Academy on a great day for running. St. Mark’s ran a strong race and defeated both Lawrence (15-50) and Tabor (15-48). Although we were short Henry Hirschfeld ’17 (injury) and ran eight on the varsity, our depth showed again. Ben Teixeira ’19 won the race in a PR of 18:19 (which would have been a very respectable showing in the varsity race). Ben was followed by a top pack of Colin Boylan ’18, Rwick Sarkar ’19, Julian Ortiz ’17, and Matt Walsh ’19, who took the next four places in the race. A Tabor runner came in sixth, but was followed by another SM pack in places seven through ten (Kareem Chambers ’19, Andrew Laquerre ’17, Blake Gattuso ’20, and David Ragone ’19). Eighteen of our twenty JV runners recorded season PR’s. Our record now stands at 12-0 (11-0 in the ISL). We are getting faster at the right time and look forward to visiting an undefeated Roxbury Latin JV squad next Saturday.

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Soccer - JV Boys vs.
Fay
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Away Details Loss 2 - 5
Soccer - JV Girls vs.
Fay
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Away Details Win 4 - 0
Field Hockey - JV vs.
Shore
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Home Details Loss 2 - 4
Soccer - Thirds Boys vs.
Tabor
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Home Details Tie 3 - 3
Soccer - Varsity Boys vs.
Nobles
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Away Details Loss 2 - 4 "The Lions traveled to take on a very good Nobles squad on Monday. Matt Leigh got SM on the board in the first half with a fine finish, and he was then able to extend our lead to 2-0 with another strong goal. Nobles, however, played hard and well to the finish and came away with the lead in the second half. Darren Pike, as usual. played a solid game in net."
Soccer - Varsity Girls vs.
Nobles
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Away Details Win 3 - 1
Field Hockey - Varsity vs.
Nobles
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Away Details Tie 1 - 1
Cross Country - Varsity Girls vs.
Middlesex
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Home Details Loss 34 - 21 "

On October 8, the girls cross country teams had their second home race in a week. This time they were facing three strong teams: Nobles, St. Paul’s and Middlesex. The girls all ran well against their opponents with several having personal bests.

The JV runners had a strong day beating both St. Paul’s and Middlesex, but falling to the super deep Nobles team. The success of the team was due to solid pack running. Jenny Shan finished first for St. Mark’s and 10th overall. She was followed closely by Cricket Dotson, Jenny Tang, Clem McKeown and Haley Dion. Grace Gorman and Naila Stong were only 32 and 37 seconds behind Jenny so all runners who scored or displaced finished within 37 seconds of each other. All seven ran their best times of the season. Other JV runners with season best times included: Amy Wang, Claire O’Brien, Caroline McGinnis, Helynna Lin and Jiwon Choi.

The varsity team ran well against the strong teams, but lost to all three after our top runner fell in the first mile. Several girls stepped up their efforts after seeing their teammate go down. Sam Sarafin finished first for St. Mark’s and fifth overall in a season’s best time. Sophie Haugen was our second finisher followed by Kitty Chen, Madeline Appel, Olivia Sommers and Katherine Ewald. Kitty also put in a season’s best time.

The girls have their final home race this weekend and are looking forward to putting in a strong performance on their own course.

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Cross Country - Varsity Girls vs.
Nobles
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Home Details Loss 42 - 19 "

On October 8, the girls cross country teams had their second home race in a week. This time they were facing three strong teams: Nobles, St. Paul’s and Middlesex. The girls all ran well against their opponents with several having personal bests.

The JV runners had a strong day beating both St. Paul’s and Middlesex, but falling to the super deep Nobles team. The success of the team was due to solid pack running. Jenny Shan finished first for St. Mark’s and 10th overall. She was followed closely by Cricket Dotson, Jenny Tang, Clem McKeown and Haley Dion. Grace Gorman and Naila Stong were only 32 and 37 seconds behind Jenny so all runners who scored or displaced finished within 37 seconds of each other. All seven ran their best times of the season. Other JV runners with season best times included: Amy Wang, Claire O’Brien, Caroline McGinnis, Helynna Lin and Jiwon Choi.

The varsity team ran well against the strong teams, but lost to all three after our top runner fell in the first mile. Several girls stepped up their efforts after seeing their teammate go down. Sam Sarafin finished first for St. Mark’s and fifth overall in a season’s best time. Sophie Haugen was our second finisher followed by Kitty Chen, Madeline Appel, Olivia Sommers and Katherine Ewald. Kitty also put in a season’s best time.

The girls have their final home race this weekend and are looking forward to putting in a strong performance on their own course.

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Cross Country - Varsity Girls vs.
St. Paul's
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Home Details Loss 20 - 39 "

On October 8, the girls cross country teams had their second home race in a week. This time they were facing three strong teams: Nobles, St. Paul’s and Middlesex. The girls all ran well against their opponents with several having personal bests.

The JV runners had a strong day beating both St. Paul’s and Middlesex, but falling to the super deep Nobles team. The success of the team was due to solid pack running. Jenny Shan finished first for St. Mark’s and 10th overall. She was followed closely by Cricket Dotson, Jenny Tang, Clem McKeown and Haley Dion. Grace Gorman and Naila Stong were only 32 and 37 seconds behind Jenny so all runners who scored or displaced finished within 37 seconds of each other. All seven ran their best times of the season. Other JV runners with season best times included: Amy Wang, Claire O’Brien, Caroline McGinnis, Helynna Lin and Jiwon Choi.

The varsity team ran well against the strong teams, but lost to all three after our top runner fell in the first mile. Several girls stepped up their efforts after seeing their teammate go down. Sam Sarafin finished first for St. Mark’s and fifth overall in a season’s best time. Sophie Haugen was our second finisher followed by Kitty Chen, Madeline Appel, Olivia Sommers and Katherine Ewald. Kitty also put in a season’s best time.

The girls have their final home race this weekend and are looking forward to putting in a strong performance on their own course.

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Soccer - Varsity Girls vs.
*Note time change, Brewster
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Home Details Win 1 - 0
Cross Country - Varsity Boys vs.
Middlesex
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Home Details Win 19 - 42 "

St. Mark’s hosted the top three teams in the 2015 ISL Championship (SM finished fourth). This was a strong race. The last five ISL champions were represented (St. Mark’s in 2011 and 2013, Middlesex in 2012 and 2014, and Nobles in 2015). Moreover, St. Paul’s has won, by far, the most ISL Championships in the history of the League. While St. Mark’s ran a good race, its depth was not enough to defeat the top-end speed on Nobles (25-31) and St. Paul’s (26-30), although SM did earn a victory over Middlesex (19-42). Captain Matt Thalmann ’17 led the way for the Lions, finishing fourth overall. Next up for St. Mark’s were Grant Gattuso ’19, Hans Wu ’19, Theo Bartlett ’17, Captain Nick Hadlock ’17, Steven Burke ’18, and Henry Butterfield ‘18. St. Mark’s took six of the top fifteen spots in this quad meet, and the team is now 7-3. Next Saturday we face Lawrence and a strong, non-conference team: Tabor.

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Cross Country - Varsity Boys vs.
Nobles
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Home Details Loss 31 - 25 "

St. Mark’s hosted the top three teams in the 2015 ISL Championship (SM finished fourth). This was a strong race. The last five ISL champions were represented (St. Mark’s in 2011 and 2013, Middlesex in 2012 and 2014, and Nobles in 2015). Moreover, St. Paul’s has won, by far, the most ISL Championships in the history of the League. While St. Mark’s ran a good race, its depth was not enough to defeat the top-end speed on Nobles (25-31) and St. Paul’s (26-30), although SM did earn a victory over Middlesex (19-42). Captain Matt Thalmann ’17 led the way for the Lions, finishing fourth overall. Next up for St. Mark’s were Grant Gattuso ’19, Hans Wu ’19, Theo Bartlett ’17, Captain Nick Hadlock ’17, Steven Burke ’18, and Henry Butterfield ‘18. St. Mark’s took six of the top fifteen spots in this quad meet, and the team is now 7-3. Next Saturday we face Lawrence and a strong, non-conference team: Tabor.

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Cross Country - Varsity Boys vs.
St. Paul's
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Home Details Loss 30 - 26 "

St. Mark’s hosted the top three teams in the 2015 ISL Championship (SM finished fourth). This was a strong race. The last five ISL champions were represented (St. Mark’s in 2011 and 2013, Middlesex in 2012 and 2014, and Nobles in 2015). Moreover, St. Paul’s has won, by far, the most ISL Championships in the history of the League. While St. Mark’s ran a good race, its depth was not enough to defeat the top-end speed on Nobles (25-31) and St. Paul’s (26-30), although SM did earn a victory over Middlesex (19-42). Captain Matt Thalmann ’17 led the way for the Lions, finishing fourth overall. Next up for St. Mark’s were Grant Gattuso ’19, Hans Wu ’19, Theo Bartlett ’17, Captain Nick Hadlock ’17, Steven Burke ’18, and Henry Butterfield ‘18. St. Mark’s took six of the top fifteen spots in this quad meet, and the team is now 7-3. Next Saturday we face Lawrence and a strong, non-conference team: Tabor.

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Cross Country - JV Girls vs.
Middlesex
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Home Details Win 22 - 38
Cross Country - JV Girls vs.
Nobles
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Home Details Loss 50 - 15
Cross Country - JV Girls vs.
St. Paul's
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Home Details Win 15 - 50
Cross Country - JV Boys vs.
Middlesex
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Home Details Win 15 - 49 "

St. Mark’s hosted Middlesex, Nobles, and St. Paul’s on a lovely day for running. St. Mark’s dominated, shutting out every team: Middlesex, 15-49; Nobles, 15-50; St. Paul’s 15-50. St. Mark’s took the top six spots in the race (and seven of the top eight spots). Jack Thalmann ’18 led the way for the Lions, finishing first overall. Next up for St. Mark’s were Ben Teixeira ’19, Colin Boylan ’18, Rwick Sarkar ’19, Matt Walsh ’19, Julian Ortiz ’17, and Kareem Chambers ‘19. St. Mark’s is undefeated at 10-0. Next Saturday we face Lawrence and a strong, non-conference team: Tabor.

"
Cross Country - JV Boys vs.
Nobles
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Home Details Win 15 - 50 "

St. Mark’s hosted Middlesex, Nobles, and St. Paul’s on a lovely day for running. St. Mark’s dominated, shutting out every team: Middlesex, 15-49; Nobles, 15-50; St. Paul’s 15-50. St. Mark’s took the top six spots in the race (and seven of the top eight spots). Jack Thalmann ’18 led the way for the Lions, finishing first overall. Next up for St. Mark’s were Ben Teixeira ’19, Colin Boylan ’18, Rwick Sarkar ’19, Matt Walsh ’19, Julian Ortiz ’17, and Kareem Chambers ‘19. St. Mark’s is undefeated at 10-0. Next Saturday we face Lawrence and a strong, non-conference team: Tabor.

"
Cross Country - JV Boys vs.
St. Paul's
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Home Details Win 15 - 50 "

St. Mark’s hosted Middlesex, Nobles, and St. Paul’s on a lovely day for running. St. Mark’s dominated, shutting out every team: Middlesex, 15-49; Nobles, 15-50; St. Paul’s 15-50. St. Mark’s took the top six spots in the race (and seven of the top eight spots). Jack Thalmann ’18 led the way for the Lions, finishing first overall. Next up for St. Mark’s were Ben Teixeira ’19, Colin Boylan ’18, Rwick Sarkar ’19, Matt Walsh ’19, Julian Ortiz ’17, and Kareem Chambers ‘19. St. Mark’s is undefeated at 10-0. Next Saturday we face Lawrence and a strong, non-conference team: Tabor.

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Football - Varsity vs.
Rivers
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Home Details Win 35 - 14
Field Hockey - Varsity vs.
Cushing
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Away Details Win 7 - 1
Soccer - Thirds Girls vs.
*Note date/time change, Middlesex
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Home Details Loss 1 - 2
Soccer - JV Boys vs.
Roxbury Latin
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Home Details Loss 1 - 3
Soccer - Varsity Boys vs.
Roxbury Latin
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Home Details Loss 3 - 4 "

In a hard-fought and well-attended match, the boys ultimately fell to Roxbury Latin by a score of 4-3. The game was played at a high tempo and included several strong moments from both squads, and RL was able to come up with the game winner in the second half. Goals by Matt Leigh, Cole Schmitz, and Jimmy Tobin were highlights for the Lions, and Darren Pike finished the game with several good saves.

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Field Hockey - JV vs.
*Note time change, BB&N
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Home Details Tie 1 - 1
Cross Country - JV Girls vs.
*Note time change, St. George's
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Home Details Win 15 - 50 "

Wednesday October 5 was the girls cross country team’s only Wednesday race of the season and it was on our home course. Both the JV and Varsity teams ended a perfect running afternoon with decisive wins over St. George’s. Nina Tanaka led the way by winning her first race. She was followed by teammates Sophie Haugen, Samantha Sarafin and Daisy Williams before any runner from St. George’s finished. Kitty Chen, Madeline Appel and Katherine Ewald rounded out the seven scoring runners for varsity. We ran a combined Varsity and JV race so the next seven runners were counted as the scoring runners for JV. Fifth Former Isabelle Titcomb was the first JV runner followed by Third Former Emily Taylor who finished her first race. Rosanna Zhou, Jenny Shan, Cricket Dotson, Clem McKeown and Haley Dion were the other scoring JV runners.

Many of the girls ran their season best times and three returning runners: Daisy Williams, Madeline Appel and Rosanna Zhou had personal record times.

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Cross Country - Varsity Girls vs.
*Note time change, St. George's
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Home Details Win 16 - 47 "

Wednesday October 5 was the girls cross country team’s only Wednesday race of the season and it was on our home course. Both the JV and Varsity teams ended a perfect running afternoon with decisive wins over St. George’s. Nina Tanaka led the way by winning her first race. She was followed by teammates Sophie Haugen, Samantha Sarafin and Daisy Williams before any runner from St. George’s finished. Kitty Chen, Madeline Appel and Katherine Ewald rounded out the seven scoring runners for varsity. We ran a combined Varsity and JV race so the next seven runners were counted as the scoring runners for JV. Fifth Former Isabelle Titcomb was the first JV runner followed by Third Former Emily Taylor who finished her first race. Rosanna Zhou, Jenny Shan, Cricket Dotson, Clem McKeown and Haley Dion were the other scoring JV runners.

Many of the girls ran their season best times and three returning runners: Daisy Williams, Madeline Appel and Rosanna Zhou had personal record times.

"
Cross Country - Varsity Boys vs.
*Note time change, St. George's
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Home Details Loss 31 - 26 "

St. Mark’s hosted a talented St. George’s team and came out on the losing end of a 26-31 score. St. George’s took four of the top six spots, which secured the win. St. Mark’s managed to show its depth by taking ten of the top fourteen positions, but we needed more top end speed to beat the Dragons. Captain Matt Thalmann ’17 once again led the way for the Lions, finishing second overall in a season PR of 17:25. Next up for St. Mark’s were Grant Gattuso ’19, Theo Bartlett ’17, Hans Wu ’19, Henry Hirschfeld ’17, Steven Burke ’18, and Captain Nick Hadlock ’17. The team is now 6-1. This Saturday we face the three teams that beat us in last year’s ISL Championship: Nobles, St. Paul’s, and Middlesex. It should be quite a challenge.

"
Cross Country - JV Boys vs.
*Note time change, St. George's
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Home Details Win 15 - 50 "

St. Mark’s hosted St. George’s and came out on the winning end of a 15-50 score. St. Mark’s dominated the race, taking all seven of the top scoring/displacing positions. Henry Butterfield ’18 led the way for the Lions, finishing first overall in a season PR of 18:23. Next up for St. Mark’s were Ben Teixeira ’19 (18:28), Jack Thalmann ’18 (18:37), Colin Boylan ’18 (18:46), and Matt Walsh ’19 (19:35). The team is now 7-0. This Saturday we face Nobles, St. Paul’s, and Middlesex. It should be quite a challenge.

"
Soccer - JV Girls vs.
BB&N
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Home Details Win 3 - 2
Field Hockey - Varsity vs.
BB&N
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Home Details Win 2 - 0
Soccer - JV Boys vs.
BB&N
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Away Details Tie 1 - 1
Soccer - Varsity Boys vs.
BB&N
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Away Details Loss 1 - 6 "

The boys competed hard against a strong squad from BB&N on Wednesday on a sunny day in Cambridge. The match was evenly played in the opening minutes, but BB&N kept up the pressure and converted, ending the half at a 4-0 advantage. The boys did well to keep up the fight, however, and were rewarded with a goal by Ben Robb in the second half. The boys will face Roxbury Latin at home on Friday.

"
Soccer - Varsity Girls vs.
BB&N
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Home Details Win 2 - 1
Football - JV vs.
Thayer
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Home Details Loss 0 - 24
Soccer - Thirds Boys vs.
Milton
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Away Details Win 1 - 0
Soccer - Thirds Girls vs.
Governor's Academy
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Away Details Tie 1 - 1
Cross Country - Varsity Girls vs.
*Note time change, Brooks
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Brooks Away Details Win 23 - 35 "

On a cold wet day the girls cross country team traveled to Brooks to face Milton, Groton and Brooks. All of the girls ran well despite the soggy and slippery conditions.

The Varsity team came away with a solid win against Brooks and narrow win over Milton. Unfortunately, the team lost a close one to Groton. Third former Nina Tanaka finished second in the race behind a Brooks runner who is one of the top in the league. Fifth former Sophie Haugen finished 5th followed immediately by co-Captain Sam Sarafin in 6th place. Co-captain Daisy Williams was our 4th finisher followed by new runner 6th former Olivia Sommers. Sixth formers Madeline Appel and Kitty Chen were the final scoring runners for us with Madeline running a personal best time.

The JV team was led by 4th former Katherine Ewald who finished 3rd overall. The other scoring runners were 4th formers Amy Wang, Jenny Shan, Clem McKeown and Haley Dion. Third former Jenny Tang and 4th former Kate Normandin acted as displacers in the team’s decisive 15-50 win over Brooks. Unfortunately they narrowly lost to Milton and were also bested by the Groton JV runners.

All of the girls are looking forward to the three home races in the next two weeks.

"
Cross Country - Varsity Girls vs.
*Note time change, Groton
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Brooks Away Details Loss 31 - 26 "

On a cold wet day the girls cross country team traveled to Brooks to face Milton, Groton and Brooks. All of the girls ran well despite the soggy and slippery conditions.

The Varsity team came away with a solid win against Brooks and narrow win over Milton. Unfortunately, the team lost a close one to Groton. Third former Nina Tanaka finished second in the race behind a Brooks runner who is one of the top in the league. Fifth former Sophie Haugen finished 5th followed immediately by co-Captain Sam Sarafin in 6th place. Co-captain Daisy Williams was our 4th finisher followed by new runner 6th former Olivia Sommers. Sixth formers Madeline Appel and Kitty Chen were the final scoring runners for us with Madeline running a personal best time.

The JV team was led by 4th former Katherine Ewald who finished 3rd overall. The other scoring runners were 4th formers Amy Wang, Jenny Shan, Clem McKeown and Haley Dion. Third former Jenny Tang and 4th former Kate Normandin acted as displacers in the team’s decisive 15-50 win over Brooks. Unfortunately they narrowly lost to Milton and were also bested by the Groton JV runners.

All of the girls are looking forward to the three home races in the next two weeks.

"
Cross Country - Varsity Girls vs.
*Note time change, Milton
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Brooks Away Details Win 27 - 30
Cross Country - Varsity Boys vs.
*Note time change, Brooks
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Brooks Away Details Win 22 - 39 "

St. Mark’s traveled to Brooks and faced the hosts, Milton, and our ancient rival, Groton. The weather was perfect for running (mid 50s and drizzling). Brooks’ course was, as always, a great challenge. St. Mark’s ended the day with three wins over Groton (19-44), Brooks (22-39), and Milton (22-38). Captain Matt Thalmann ’17 again led the way for SM and finished first overall. Our pack (Grant Gattuso ’19, Henry Hirschfeld ’17, Captain Nick Hadlock ’17, Hans Wu ’19, and Theo Bartlett ’17) then finished within fifteen seconds of each other and captured the fifth, eighth, ninth, tenth, and eleventh spots in this quad meet. Shortly after, Henry Butterfield ’18, Jack Thalmann ’18, and Steven Burke ’18 took spots thirteenth through fifteen. In all, seven of our nine runners earned PR’s for this young season. The team is now 6-0, and we hope to continue our winning ways in a tough race against St. George’s this coming Wednesday in Southborough.

"
Cross Country - Varsity Boys vs.
*Note time change, Groton
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Brooks Away Details Win 19 - 44 "

St. Mark’s traveled to Brooks and faced the hosts, Milton, and our ancient rival, Groton. The weather was perfect for running (mid 50s and drizzling). Brooks’ course was, as always, a great challenge. St. Mark’s ended the day with three wins over Groton (19-44), Brooks (22-39), and Milton (22-38). Captain Matt Thalmann ’17 again led the way for SM and finished first overall. Our pack (Grant Gattuso ’19, Henry Hirschfeld ’17, Captain Nick Hadlock ’17, Hans Wu ’19, and Theo Bartlett ’17) then finished within fifteen seconds of each other and captured the fifth, eighth, ninth, tenth, and eleventh spots in this quad meet. Shortly after, Henry Butterfield ’18, Jack Thalmann ’18, and Steven Burke ’18 took spots thirteenth through fifteen. In all, seven of our nine runners earned PR’s for this young season. The team is now 6-0, and we hope to continue our winning ways in a tough race against St. George’s this coming Wednesday in Southborough.

"
Cross Country - Varsity Boys vs.
*Note time change, Milton
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Brooks Away Details Win 22 - 38 "

St. Mark’s traveled to Brooks and faced the hosts, Milton, and our ancient rival, Groton. The weather was perfect for running (mid 50s and drizzling). Brooks’ course was, as always, a great challenge. St. Mark’s ended the day with three wins over Groton (19-44), Brooks (22-39), and Milton (22-38). Captain Matt Thalmann ’17 again led the way for SM and finished first overall. Our pack (Grant Gattuso ’19, Henry Hirschfeld ’17, Captain Nick Hadlock ’17, Hans Wu ’19, and Theo Bartlett ’17) then finished within fifteen seconds of each other and captured the fifth, eighth, ninth, tenth, and eleventh spots in this quad meet. Shortly after, Henry Butterfield ’18, Jack Thalmann ’18, and Steven Burke ’18 took spots thirteenth through fifteen. In all, seven of our nine runners earned PR’s for this young season. The team is now 6-0, and we hope to continue our winning ways in a tough race against St. George’s this coming Wednesday in Southborough.

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Football - Varsity vs.
*Note time change, St. George's
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Away Details Loss 21 - 35
Cross Country - JV Girls vs.
*Note time change, Brooks
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Brooks Away Details Win 15 - 50 "

On a cold wet day the girls cross country team traveled to Brooks to face Milton, Groton and Brooks. All of the girls ran well despite the soggy and slippery conditions.

The Varsity team came away with a solid win against Brooks and narrow win over Milton. Unfortunately, the team lost a close one to Groton. Third former Nina Tanaka finished second in the race behind a Brooks runner who is one of the top in the league. Fifth former Sophie Haugen finished 5th followed immediately by co-Captain Sam Sarafin in 6th place. Co-captain Daisy Williams was our 4th finisher followed by new runner 6th former Olivia Sommers. Sixth formers Madeline Appel and Kitty Chen were the final scoring runners for us with Madeline running a personal best time.

The JV team was led by 4th former Katherine Ewald who finished 3rd overall. The other scoring runners were 4th formers Amy Wang, Jenny Shan, Clem McKeown and Haley Dion. Third former Jenny Tang and 4th former Kate Normandin acted as displacers in the team’s decisive 15-50 win over Brooks. Unfortunately they narrowly lost to Milton and were also bested by the Groton JV runners.

All of the girls are looking forward to the three home races in the next two weeks.

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Cross Country - JV Girls vs.
*Note time change, Groton
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Brooks Away Details Loss 36 - 26 "

On a cold wet day the girls cross country team traveled to Brooks to face Milton, Groton and Brooks. All of the girls ran well despite the soggy and slippery conditions.

The Varsity team came away with a solid win against Brooks and narrow win over Milton. Unfortunately, the team lost a close one to Groton. Third former Nina Tanaka finished second in the race behind a Brooks runner who is one of the top in the league. Fifth former Sophie Haugen finished 5th followed immediately by co-Captain Sam Sarafin in 6th place. Co-captain Daisy Williams was our 4th finisher followed by new runner 6th former Olivia Sommers. Sixth formers Madeline Appel and Kitty Chen were the final scoring runners for us with Madeline running a personal best time.

The JV team was led by 4th former Katherine Ewald who finished 3rd overall. The other scoring runners were 4th formers Amy Wang, Jenny Shan, Clem McKeown and Haley Dion. Third former Jenny Tang and 4th former Kate Normandin acted as displacers in the team’s decisive 15-50 win over Brooks. Unfortunately they narrowly lost to Milton and were also bested by the Groton JV runners.

All of the girls are looking forward to the three home races in the next two weeks.

"
Cross Country - JV Girls vs.
*Note time change, Milton
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Brooks Away Details Loss 31 - 26 "

On a cold wet day the girls cross country team traveled to Brooks to face Milton, Groton and Brooks. All of the girls ran well despite the soggy and slippery conditions.

The Varsity team came away with a solid win against Brooks and narrow win over Milton. Unfortunately, the team lost a close one to Groton. Third former Nina Tanaka finished second in the race behind a Brooks runner who is one of the top in the league. Fifth former Sophie Haugen finished 5th followed immediately by co-Captain Sam Sarafin in 6th place. Co-captain Daisy Williams was our 4th finisher followed by new runner 6th former Olivia Sommers. Sixth formers Madeline Appel and Kitty Chen were the final scoring runners for us with Madeline running a personal best time.

The JV team was led by 4th former Katherine Ewald who finished 3rd overall. The other scoring runners were 4th formers Amy Wang, Jenny Shan, Clem McKeown and Haley Dion. Third former Jenny Tang and 4th former Kate Normandin acted as displacers in the team’s decisive 15-50 win over Brooks. Unfortunately they narrowly lost to Milton and were also bested by the Groton JV runners.

All of the girls are looking forward to the three home races in the next two weeks.

"
Soccer - Varsity Boys vs.
Lawrence Academy
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Away Details Win 3 - 0 "The SM boys played a very strong match against Lawrence Academy on a rainy Saturday afternoon. Lawrence, as usual, was a tough and tenacious side, but the boys did well to combine and to create pressure. Three first half goals (Henry Thrum, Thatcher Adams, and Matt Leigh) marked the score, as the team did well to finish out the match defensively. Darren Pike came up with six saves for his first clean sheet of the season."
Soccer - Varsity Girls vs.
Lawrence Academy
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Away Details Tie 2 - 2
Cross Country - JV Boys vs.
*Note time change, Brooks
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Brooks Away Details Win 15 - 50 "

St. Mark’s traveled to Brooks and faced the hosts, Milton, and our ancient rival, Groton. The weather was perfect for running (mid 50s and drizzling). Brooks’ course was, as always, a great challenge. St. Mark’s ended the day with three wins over Groton (18-37), Brooks (15-50), and Milton (15-50). Ben Teixeira ’19 led the way for SM and finished first overall. Colin Boylan ’18 took second in the race. While a Groton runner took third, an ever-improving Rwick Sarkar ’19 finished fourth, followed closely by Julian Ortiz ’17 in fifth and Matt Walsh ’19 in sixth. In all, fourteen of our twenty JV runners earned PR’s for this young season. The team is now 6-0, and we hope to continue our winning ways in a tough race against St. George’s this coming Wednesday in Southborough.

"
Cross Country - JV Boys vs.
*Note time change, Groton
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Brooks Away Details Win 18 - 37 "

St. Mark’s traveled to Brooks and faced the hosts, Milton, and our ancient rival, Groton. The weather was perfect for running (mid 50s and drizzling). Brooks’ course was, as always, a great challenge. St. Mark’s ended the day with three wins over Groton (18-37), Brooks (15-50), and Milton (15-50). Ben Teixeira ’19 led the way for SM and finished first overall. Colin Boylan ’18 took second in the race. While a Groton runner took third, an ever-improving Rwick Sarkar ’19 finished fourth, followed closely by Julian Ortiz ’17 in fifth and Matt Walsh ’19 in sixth. In all, fourteen of our twenty JV runners earned PR’s for this young season. The team is now 6-0, and we hope to continue our winning ways in a tough race against St. George’s this coming Wednesday in Southborough.

"
Cross Country - JV Boys vs.
*Note time change, Milton
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Brooks Away Details Win 15 - 50 "

St. Mark’s traveled to Brooks and faced the hosts, Milton, and our ancient rival, Groton. The weather was perfect for running (mid 50s and drizzling). Brooks’ course was, as always, a great challenge. St. Mark’s ended the day with three wins over Groton (18-37), Brooks (15-50), and Milton (15-50). Ben Teixeira ’19 led the way for SM and finished first overall. Colin Boylan ’18 took second in the race. While a Groton runner took third, an ever-improving Rwick Sarkar ’19 finished fourth, followed closely by Julian Ortiz ’17 in fifth and Matt Walsh ’19 in sixth. In all, fourteen of our twenty JV runners earned PR’s for this young season. The team is now 6-0, and we hope to continue our winning ways in a tough race against St. George’s this coming Wednesday in Southborough.

"
Field Hockey - Varsity vs.
Lawrence Academy
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Away Details Loss 1 - 2
Soccer - Thirds Boys vs.
Lawrence Academy
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Home Details Win 4 - 0
Soccer - Thirds Girls vs.
Middlesex
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Home Details Win 3 - 0
Field Hockey - JV vs.
*Note time change, Brooks
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Home Details Tie 1 - 1
Soccer - Thirds Boys vs.
Pomfret
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Away Details Loss 1 - 2
Football - JV vs.
Brooks
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Away Details Loss 0 - 28
Soccer - JV Boys vs.
Brooks
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Home Details Win 3 - 1
Soccer - Varsity Boys vs.
Brooks
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Home Details Loss 0 - 7 "

The boys faced a very talented squad from Brooks School today. Brooks set a hard pace early on and scored in the opening minute, and they maintained pressure all game long. The boys fought a hard battle until the end but came up on the wrong end of the score. Darren Pike made several saves for the Lions.

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Soccer - JV Girls vs.
Brooks
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Home Details Win 1 - 0
Field Hockey - Varsity vs.
Brooks
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Home Details Win 2 - 0
Soccer - Varsity Girls vs.
Brooks
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Home Details Win 2 - 1
Soccer - Varsity Boys vs.
New England Jamboree, Millbrook School
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Loomis Chaffee Away Details Win 3 - 2 "

The boys got up extra early on Sunday morning to make the trip to Loomis Chaffee, where they took on the Mustangs of Millbrook School. SM did well to play a strong, controlled game. Thatcher Adams tallied to put the Lions on the board first, and John Hart added a second goal minutes later. Millbrook struck back on a breakaway toward the end of the first half, which ended at 2-1. The second half saw a back-and forth battle, and Milbrook was able to break through again on a strong counterattack to tie the game. Matt Leigh, however, came through to score in stoppage time, sealing the victory. The boys will face Brooks School on Wednesday.

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Cross Country - Varsity Girls vs.
*Note slight time change, Rivers
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Governor's Academy Away Details Loss 31 - 24 "

On a glorious fall day the girls cross country teams traveled to Governor’s Academy for the first official race of the season. The race was a quad meet with the girls facing teams from Rivers and Thayer in addition to the strong Governor’s squad.

All of the girls in the JV race ran well with many completing their first cross country race ever. The JV team was lead by returning runner fourth former Rosanna Zhou who ran a personal best time. Her efforts led the team to a victory over Governors, and a one point loss to a strong Thayer squad. The team was also bested by Rivers. In addition to Rosanna, the scoring runners were: Clem McKeown, Haley Dion, Jenny Tang and Cricket Dotson. Jenny Shan and Amy Wang were displacers against all the teams.

The varsity runners had a difficult day. They were facing two of the top three teams in the league from last year with many returning runners on each team. Adding to the challenge, two of our top seven runners fell on the course so did not finish. All of the girls who finished ran well and had good times for the first race on a tough course. Captain Sam Sarafin lead her team by finishing 7th overall. She was followed by 5th former Sophie Haugen in 13th place. The other three scoring runners (all 6th formers) were Captain Daisy Williams, Kitty Chen and Madeline Appel.

Both teams are looking forward to our next race at Brooks on October 1.

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Cross Country - Varsity Girls vs.
*Note slight time change, Thayer
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Governor's Academy Away Details Loss 37 - 18 "

On a glorious fall day the girls cross country teams traveled to Governor’s Academy for the first official race of the season. The race was a quad meet with the girls facing teams from Rivers and Thayer in addition to the strong Governor’s squad.

All of the girls in the JV race ran well with many completing their first cross country race ever. The JV team was lead by returning runner fourth former Rosanna Zhou who ran a personal best time. Her efforts led the team to a victory over Governors, and a one point loss to a strong Thayer squad. The team was also bested by Rivers. In addition to Rosanna, the scoring runners were: Clem McKeown, Haley Dion, Jenny Tang and Cricket Dotson. Jenny Shan and Amy Wang were displacers against all the teams.

The varsity runners had a difficult day. They were facing two of the top three teams in the league from last year with many returning runners on each team. Adding to the challenge, two of our top seven runners fell on the course so did not finish. All of the girls who finished ran well and had good times for the first race on a tough course. Captain Sam Sarafin lead her team by finishing 7th overall. She was followed by 5th former Sophie Haugen in 13th place. The other three scoring runners (all 6th formers) were Captain Daisy Williams, Kitty Chen and Madeline Appel.

Both teams are looking forward to our next race at Brooks on October 1.

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Cross Country - Varsity Girls vs.
*Note slight time change, Governor's Academy
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Governor's Academy Away Details Loss 40 - 19 "

On a glorious fall day the girls cross country teams traveled to Governor’s Academy for the first official race of the season. The race was a quad meet with the girls facing teams from Rivers and Thayer in addition to the strong Governor’s squad.

All of the girls in the JV race ran well with many completing their first cross country race ever. The JV team was lead by returning runner fourth former Rosanna Zhou who ran a personal best time. Her efforts led the team to a victory over Governors, and a one point loss to a strong Thayer squad. The team was also bested by Rivers. In addition to Rosanna, the scoring runners were: Clem McKeown, Haley Dion, Jenny Tang and Cricket Dotson. Jenny Shan and Amy Wang were displacers against all the teams.

The varsity runners had a difficult day. They were facing two of the top three teams in the league from last year with many returning runners on each team. Adding to the challenge, two of our top seven runners fell on the course so did not finish. All of the girls who finished ran well and had good times for the first race on a tough course. Captain Sam Sarafin lead her team by finishing 7th overall. She was followed by 5th former Sophie Haugen in 13th place. The other three scoring runners (all 6th formers) were Captain Daisy Williams, Kitty Chen and Madeline Appel.

Both teams are looking forward to our next race at Brooks on October 1.

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Cross Country - Varsity Boys vs.
*Note slight time change, Governor's Academy
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Governor's Academy Away Details Win 15 - 48 "

St. Mark’s traveled to Governor’s and faced the hosts, Rivers, and Thayer on a beautiful day for running. St. Mark’s ended the day with three wins over Rivers (24-36), Thayer (19-44), and Governor’s (15-48). Captain Matt Thalmann ’17 led the way for SM and finished second overall. Our pack (Henry Hirschfeld ’17, Grant Gattuso ’19, Theo Bartlett ’17, and Captain Nick Hadlock ’17) then came in spots five through eight in the quad race to assure the three wins. Hans Wu ’19, Henry Butterfield ’18, and Colin Boylan ’18 also ran well for St. Mark’s. We hope to continue our winning ways next Saturday at Brooks against Groton and Milton.

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Cross Country - Varsity Boys vs.
*Note slight time change, Rivers
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Governor's Academy Away Details Win 24 - 36 "

St. Mark’s traveled to Governor’s and faced the hosts, Rivers, and Thayer on a beautiful day for running. St. Mark’s ended the day with three wins over Rivers (24-36), Thayer (19-44), and Governor’s (15-48). Captain Matt Thalmann ’17 led the way for SM and finished second overall. Our pack (Henry Hirschfeld ’17, Grant Gattuso ’19, Theo Bartlett ’17, and Captain Nick Hadlock ’17) then came in spots five through eight in the quad race to assure the three wins. Hans Wu ’19, Henry Butterfield ’18, and Colin Boylan ’18 also ran well for St. Mark’s. We hope to continue our winning ways next Saturday at Brooks against Groton and Milton.

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Cross Country - Varsity Boys vs.
*Note slight time change, Thayer
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Governor's Academy Away Details Win 19 - 44 "

St. Mark’s traveled to Governor’s and faced the hosts, Rivers, and Thayer on a beautiful day for running. St. Mark’s ended the day with three wins over Rivers (24-36), Thayer (19-44), and Governor’s (15-48). Captain Matt Thalmann ’17 led the way for SM and finished second overall. Our pack (Henry Hirschfeld ’17, Grant Gattuso ’19, Theo Bartlett ’17, and Captain Nick Hadlock ’17) then came in spots five through eight in the quad race to assure the three wins. Hans Wu ’19, Henry Butterfield ’18, and Colin Boylan ’18 also ran well for St. Mark’s. We hope to continue our winning ways next Saturday at Brooks against Groton and Milton.

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Cross Country - JV Girls vs.
*Note slight time change, Governor's Academy
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Governor's Academy Away Details Win 23 - 36 "

On a glorious fall day the girls cross country teams traveled to Governor’s Academy for the first official race of the season. The race was a quad meet with the girls facing teams from Rivers and Thayer in addition to the strong Governor’s squad.

All of the girls in the JV race ran well with many completing their first cross country race ever. The JV team was lead by returning runner fourth former Rosanna Zhou who ran a personal best time. Her efforts led the team to a victory over Governors, and a one point loss to a strong Thayer squad. The team was also bested by Rivers. In addition to Rosanna, the scoring runners were: Clem McKeown, Haley Dion, Jenny Tang and Cricket Dotson. Jenny Shan and Amy Wang were displacers against all the teams.

The varsity runners had a difficult day. They were facing two of the top three teams in the league from last year with many returning runners on each team. Adding to the challenge, two of our top seven runners fell on the course so did not finish. All of the girls who finished ran well and had good times for the first race on a tough course. Captain Sam Sarafin lead her team by finishing 7th overall. She was followed by 5th former Sophie Haugen in 13th place. The other three scoring runners (all 6th formers) were Captain Daisy Williams, Kitty Chen and Madeline Appel.

Both teams are looking forward to our next race at Brooks on October 1.

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Cross Country - JV Girls vs.
*Note slight time change, Rivers
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Governor's Academy Away Details Loss 34 - 23 "

On a glorious fall day the girls cross country teams traveled to Governor’s Academy for the first official race of the season. The race was a quad meet with the girls facing teams from Rivers and Thayer in addition to the strong Governor’s squad.

All of the girls in the JV race ran well with many completing their first cross country race ever. The JV team was lead by returning runner fourth former Rosanna Zhou who ran a personal best time. Her efforts led the team to a victory over Governors, and a one point loss to a strong Thayer squad. The team was also bested by Rivers. In addition to Rosanna, the scoring runners were: Clem McKeown, Haley Dion, Jenny Tang and Cricket Dotson. Jenny Shan and Amy Wang were displacers against all the teams.

The varsity runners had a difficult day. They were facing two of the top three teams in the league from last year with many returning runners on each team. Adding to the challenge, two of our top seven runners fell on the course so did not finish. All of the girls who finished ran well and had good times for the first race on a tough course. Captain Sam Sarafin lead her team by finishing 7th overall. She was followed by 5th former Sophie Haugen in 13th place. The other three scoring runners (all 6th formers) were Captain Daisy Williams, Kitty Chen and Madeline Appel.

Both teams are looking forward to our next race at Brooks on October 1.

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Cross Country - JV Girls vs.
*Note slight time change, Thayer
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Governor's Academy Away Details Loss 30 - 29 "

On a glorious fall day the girls cross country teams traveled to Governor’s Academy for the first official race of the season. The race was a quad meet with the girls facing teams from Rivers and Thayer in addition to the strong Governor’s squad.

All of the girls in the JV race ran well with many completing their first cross country race ever. The JV team was lead by returning runner fourth former Rosanna Zhou who ran a personal best time. Her efforts led the team to a victory over Governors, and a one point loss to a strong Thayer squad. The team was also bested by Rivers. In addition to Rosanna, the scoring runners were: Clem McKeown, Haley Dion, Jenny Tang and Cricket Dotson. Jenny Shan and Amy Wang were displacers against all the teams.

The varsity runners had a difficult day. They were facing two of the top three teams in the league from last year with many returning runners on each team. Adding to the challenge, two of our top seven runners fell on the course so did not finish. All of the girls who finished ran well and had good times for the first race on a tough course. Captain Sam Sarafin lead her team by finishing 7th overall. She was followed by 5th former Sophie Haugen in 13th place. The other three scoring runners (all 6th formers) were Captain Daisy Williams, Kitty Chen and Madeline Appel.

Both teams are looking forward to our next race at Brooks on October 1.

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Football - Varsity vs.
Westminster
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Home Details Loss 14 - 28
Cross Country - JV Boys vs.
*Note slight time change, Governor's Academy
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Governor's Academy Away Details Win 18 - 38 "

St. Mark’s traveled to Governor’s and faced the hosts, Rivers, and Thayer on a beautiful day for running. St. Mark’s ended the day with three convincing wins over Governor’s (18-38), Rivers (15-49), and Thayer (15-50). Birthday boy Jack Thalmann ’18 finished first overall, while Steven Burke ’18 and Matt Walsh ‘19 took second and third respectively in a 52-runner race. The other scorers/displacers for SM were Rick Sarkar ’19, Julian Ortiz ’17, Blake Gattuso ’20, and Kareem Chambers ’19. It was also great to welcome all our new runners to racing at St. Mark’s. We hope to continue our winning ways next Saturday at Brooks against Groton and Milton.

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Cross Country - JV Boys vs.
*Note slight time change, Rivers
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Governor's Academy Away Details Win 15 - 49 "

St. Mark’s traveled to Governor’s and faced the hosts, Rivers, and Thayer on a beautiful day for running. St. Mark’s ended the day with three convincing wins over Governor’s (18-38), Rivers (15-49), and Thayer (15-50). Birthday boy Jack Thalmann ’18 finished first overall, while Steven Burke ’18 and Matt Walsh ‘19 took second and third respectively in a 52-runner race. The other scorers/displacers for SM were Rick Sarkar ’19, Julian Ortiz ’17, Blake Gattuso ’20, and Kareem Chambers ’19. It was also great to welcome all our new runners to racing at St. Mark’s. We hope to continue our winning ways next Saturday at Brooks against Groton and Milton.

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Cross Country - JV Boys vs.
*Note slight time change, Thayer
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Governor's Academy Away Details Win 15 - 50 "

St. Mark’s traveled to Governor’s and faced the hosts, Rivers, and Thayer on a beautiful day for running. St. Mark’s ended the day with three convincing wins over Governor’s (18-38), Rivers (15-49), and Thayer (15-50). Birthday boy Jack Thalmann ’18 finished first overall, while Steven Burke ’18 and Matt Walsh ‘19 took second and third respectively in a 52-runner race. The other scorers/displacers for SM were Rick Sarkar ’19, Julian Ortiz ’17, Blake Gattuso ’20, and Kareem Chambers ’19. It was also great to welcome all our new runners to racing at St. Mark’s. We hope to continue our winning ways next Saturday at Brooks against Groton and Milton.

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Soccer - JV Boys vs.
Middlesex
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Away Details Loss 1 - 2
Soccer - Varsity Boys vs.
Middlesex
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Away Details Loss 0 - 4 "

The boys traveled to Concord and faced a very strong and organized Middlesex squad. It was a hard-fought game, and the boys did well to work hard despite conceding and early goal and trailing 0-3 at the half. The second half saw some improved play and several chances, but SM was unable to convert and finished the game at an 0-4 deficit. Darren Pike made four stops for the Lions.

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Soccer - JV Girls vs.
Middlesex
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Away Details Win 1 - 0
Field Hockey - Varsity vs.
Middlesex
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Away Details Loss 2 - 3
Soccer - Thirds Boys vs.
Governor's Academy
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Away Details Tie 2 - 2
Soccer - Varsity Girls vs.
Middlesex
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Away Details Loss 0 - 2
Field Hockey - JV vs.
*Note day/time change, Middlesex
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Away Details Loss 0 - 1
Field Hockey - Varsity vs.
Loomis Chaffee
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Away Details Win 3 - 1
Soccer - Varsity Boys vs.
Pomfret
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Away Details Tie 1 - 1 "

The boys traveled to Pomfret School on Wednesday and engaged in a spirited season opener against a strong Griffin squad. Both teams played tenaciously in the first half, reaching the break at a 0-0 tie. Pomfret was able to break through at the beginning of the second half by scoring on a free kick. SM's Thatcher Adams leveled the score at 1-1 later in the game with a fine goal on a rebound. Both teams had chances toward the end of full time but settled for a well-earned draw. The boys take on Middlesex this Saturday.

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Field Hockey - Varsity vs.
Williston
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Home Details Win 2 - 1
Soccer - Varsity Girls vs.
Lexington Christian
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Home Details Win 8 - 0
Soccer - Varsity Girls vs.
Dana Hall
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Home Details Win 4 - 0
Soccer - JV Girls vs.
Dana Hall
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Home Details Win 5 - 1