2017 Brunswick Squash Wins 15th New England Crown in Final Match
In the championship-winning match, Brunswick’s Max Finkelstein upended the number-one seed from Nobles in an epic five-setter, clinching the 15th New England crown for the Bruins. Brunswick out-pointed runner-up Avon Old Farms, 108-105, winning its sixth-straight New England title on the McLane Squash Courts at St. Paul’s School in New Hampshire on Sunday.
Brunswick Squash Sends Pair to British Junior Open
Dana Santry ’20 and Tad Carney ’22 recently took part in the 2017 British Junior Open Squash Championships. Competing against as many as 64 players in their respective age groups, Santry finished eighth in the U-15 division, while Carney finished 16th in the U-13 group.
The oldest and most respected tournament in squash, the five-day British Junior Open is considered by many as the top junior tournament in the world. Each participant was scheduled to play in two matches on day one, followed by single matches over the next four days. Final rankings were determined after the last day of competition.
U.S. Squash Recognizes Pair of Brunswick Bruins
Brunswick graduates Drew Monroe ’16 and David Yacobucci ’16 were recognized by U.S. Squash for their academic achievement during their four years at Brunswick. Each is a four-time honoree of the U.S. Squash Scholar Athlete Award.
Both Monroe and Yacobucci were vital pieces to head coach Jim Stephens' back-to-back squash national championships in 2015 and 2016.
St. George's: 2014 Class B New England Interscholastic Boys’ Squash Champions
#1 Draw – Moudy Abdel-Maksoud 1st place
#2 Draw – Michael Kelly 1st place
#3 Draw – Andrew Braff 2nd place
#4 Draw – Carter Haley 2nd Place
#5 Draw – Seung Shin 1st Place
#6 Draw – Oliver Green 5th Place
#7 Draw – Alec Goodrich 5th Place
St. Paul's Boys' Squash 2008 Class A Champions
After concluding the regular season undefeated in the Independent School League, cruising to the ISL title, and compiling an 11-1 overall record, the boys squash team took on the post-season this weekend at Choate Rosemary Hall in Wallingford, CT.
As a team, the Big Red edged second-place Brunswick by a point - 104 to 103 - to with the Class A New England Championship. Individually, St. Paul's completed the day with two New England individual champions, including Jamie Wilson '08, who clinched the NE title with a clutch performance in the fourth flight.
St. Luke's 2008 Class B Boys' Squash Champions
Twenty teams competed in the Class B tournament in Deerfield, MA this past weekend (2/22-24). The top seven finished as follows:
Total Team Points
St Luke's 139
Suffield Academy 112
Rye Country Day 100
St. Luke's won by a huge 27 point margin over 2nd place Suffield Academy. The significance of this spread is demonstrated by only a 14 point margin between teams placing 2nd - 6th.