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February 28The 2013-2014 Winter Athletic Awards ceremony celebrated sportsmanship, season-long achievement, and individual excellence, as many St. Markers were honored this past Thursday afternoon. Two St. Mark’s Varsity teams were recognized for outstanding sportsmanship. The Girls’ Varsity Squash team received the team Sportsmanship Award at this year’s New England championships, while the Girls’ Varsity Basketball team took home the Independent School League (ISL) Sportsmanship Award for the third year in a row. The Wiedergott Award for highest winning percentage at any level went to Girls’ JV Hockey, as the team posted a .917 mark with an impressive 11-1 record. Winning campaigns by Boys’ Varsity Basketball, Boys’ Varsity Hockey, Girls’ Varsity Hockey, and Girls’ JV and 3rds Squash were also acknowledged, while each Varsity team presented its individual awards and sixteen different St. Markers earned All-League honors. Read More
February 24On Saturday, February 22nd, Groton came to St. Mark’s. There were six games scheduled between the longtime rivals (St. Mark’s and Groton have been playing against each other since 1886) and the Lions won them all! The victories mean that St. Mark’s maintains its lead over the Zebras in the race for the 2014 Burnett-Peabody Bowl. Read More
February 24Last Saturday morning, the annual Peabo Gardner ’66 Alumni Hockey game took place at St. Mark’s. More than thirty St. Mark’s graduates showed up ready to play! A record number of women players—six former SM Girls’ Varsity Hockey stars—participated in the popular event. Read More
Field Hockey MVP Alexa Mackintire Signs Letter of Intent with Duke; 3 Classmates Earned All-America Honors Last Year
February 10Alexa Mackintire ‘14 has signed a Letter of Intent with Duke University and will play field hockey there. Mackintire, a Sixth Former from Westborough, MA, was St. Mark’s field hockey MVP this past fall, as the Lions won both the Independent School League (ISL) and New England Preparatory School Athletic Conference (NEPSAC) Division B N.E. Field Hockey championship titles for the second consecutive year. She was also named Most Valuable Player for the ISL and of the entire New England Division B Championship tournament in 2014; her second straight year receiving this honor. Read More
January 27A number of St. Mark’s teams have posted winning records so far this winter season. Boys’ Varsity Hockey, Girls’ Varsity Hockey, and Boys’ Varsity Basketball are all looking strong, while Girls’ Varsity Basketball has a tournament championship to its credit, and five JV/3rds teams are at .500 or better. Read More