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Groton Girls' Soccer: 2014 NEPSAC Class B Champions!
Groton’s girls soccer team clinched the NEPSAC Class B championship Sunday with a decisive 2-0 win over Wilbraham & Monson.
The girls delivered a one-two punch in the first half, with Dorrie Varley-Barrett ’15 scoring the first goal and Caitlyn DiSarcina ’17 putting another into the net about two minutes later. Caroline Morss '15 assisted on the first goal, and Carrie Moore '17 got the assist on the second.
Wilbraham & Monson could not recover. After a tight second half, the game ended with the Groton School girls victorious. The team had proved its mettle the day before with a nail-biting victory over Rivers School, a game that was scoreless throughout and ended in penalty kicks.
"The girls were confident, determined, and poised," said Coach Ryan Spring of Sunday's title match. "I was worried about a letdown after the Rivers game, but the Sixth Formers made sure we were up for it. I am just so proud of the team!"
Congratulations to Groton’s champions!..More Information
Tabor Seawolves: 2013 New England Class B Co-Champions
The Tabor Seawolves are the 2013 New England Class B Co-Champions! The girls played their hearts out on a cold and rainy Sunday afternoon in Pomfret, CT against a very talented Rivers squad. By tournament rules, the teams battled through 80 minutes of regulation play, then through four ten-minute overtime periods at which point the teams were declared co-champions.
The Rivers School: 2013 Class B Co-Champions
The varsity girls’ soccer team finished its undefeated season as NEPSAC Class B Co-Champions after tying Tabor Academy 0-0 in Sunday’s final at The Pomfret School. Both teams had chances to break the tie, but after 120 minutes of soccer the Red Wings and Sea Wolves finished on equal footing.
It was the final game for seniors Maclaine Lehan, Meghan Lee, Jacquie Boudreau, Erica Chalmers, and Olivia Antonelli who will finish their careers with a 49-9-12 record, two consecutive undefeated regular seasons and one Class B Co-Championship...More Information
Governor's Academy Girls Soccer 2012 Class B Champions!
The Governors earned their second consecutive New England Prep School Class B Championship with a 1-0 double overtime win over Rivers. In a battle between two undefeated squads, the teams played even during the first twenty minutes, but the Govs began to create more opportunities during the later part of the first half. The Rivers keeper and a crossbar kept the Govs off the scoreboard. The Govs continued to play strong soccer during the second half and during the overtime periods, but were unable to find the back of the net until the 100th minute of play when Jackie Ham carried the ball along the baseline and found Kendall Ham 10 yards from goal. Kendall Ham initially took the pass with her back to the goal and spun with a shot that found the upper corner. The Govs conclude the season with a 16-0-2 record and keeper Ashley Thon made several saves for her 12th shutout of the season...More Information
Brewster Bobcats Defeat St. Luke's School 1-0 to win the 2012 NEPSAC Class C championship
The Brewster Bobcats defeated St. Luke's School (New Canaan, Connecticut) 1-0 to win the NEPSAC Class C championship today.
Brewster was seeded seventh in the prestigious NEPSAC Tournament and the road was a tough one for the Bobcats. In the first round, the Bobcats defeated second seed Lexington Christian Academy in front of their home crowd, 1-0 in overtime. ..More Information
Brooks School: 2012 Class A Girls ' Soccer Champions!
A hard-fought game ends with a 1-0 double-overtime win for Brooks.
On a perfect day for soccer, Brooks faced top-seeded Nobles in the Class A championship game. The teams were evenly matched, with both sides producing a number of scoring chances in the first half, which ended in a scoreless tie. Nobles carried the play to start the second half, but in the final 10 minutes Brooks took over and had a number of near misses. Nobles responded with a hard drive off the Brooks crossbar as play went back and forth.
ESPN Names 2011 Worcester Academy Girls' Soccer Top Prep Team
On the heels of its undefeated season and Class A Championship, the Worcester Academy Girls Varsity Soccer team has been named the top prep school girls soccer team in ESPN High School's end-of-season rankings.
Please see the link below for the write-up and rankings:
St. Luke's 2011 NEPSAC Girls' Soccer Class C Champions
Congratulations to the Girls Varsity Soccer team.
NEPSAC Class C Champions...That was the goal for both St. Luke's and Brewster Academy heading in to the 11:00 a.m. Class C New England Championship game on Sunday at Pomfret School. Both teams came to Pomfret fresh off thrilling NEPSAC Semi-Final games as St. Luke's defeated St. Mark's 2-1 and Brewster defeated Greens Farms Academy 1-0, both on Saturday afternoon. The toll those games had taken on both teams was obvious as the game started off sluggish and sloppy with both teams giving away the ball frequently, neither side able to build any consistent offensive from the back through the midfield. St. Luke's had the three best opportunities of the half spread across a ten minute period. Caroline Parsons '13 took a free kick from 22 yards out that bounced off the crossbar, Anne Troy '12 found herself on the receiving end of a St. Luke's cross but her header found the post instead of the netting, and Salma Anastasio '14 was stopped cold on a breakaway by Brewster keeper Danielle Tidd '13. The teams went into the break tied at 0-0 with St. Luke's holding the advantage in shots at 8-3.
Boston Globe All-Star team and MVP 2010
Boston Globe MVP 2010
Hagopian, Paula - West Hartford CT - 2012 - Striker - Kingswood Oxford
Boston Globe All-Star Team 2010
Aha, Olivia - Norfolk, MA - 2014 - Midfield - Montrose School
Alexander, Meg - Wallingford, CT - 2011 - Midfield - Hamden Hall
Groton Girls' Soccer 2010 NEPSAC Class C Champions
Groton's Girls Soccer won the NEPSAC tournament Championship game on Sunday by the score of 1-0 over # 3 seed Wheeler School. The game's winning goal came on a penalty kick in regulation time. For the Lady Zebras, the third time held the charm as this was their third championship game in the last three years.