Due to the impending weather, the basketball game that was scheduled for January 17th has been moved to Friday, January 19th. The game will be home at 3:45 pm vs. Glenholme. Thank you and please do not hesitate to reach out to us if you have any questions or concerns.
1/11/18: The Maplebrook basketball team started off 2018 with a lot of enthusiasm. Sherman School brought a lot of energy and skill to the game which led to some exciting, competitive play between both teams. It was back and forth in the beginning but strong shooting from Sherman allowed for a gap in the score. The three MBS captains, Max Strober, Ransom Larson, and Riley Dubilier, who were all chosen because of their strong leadership in previous practices, gave a much needed boost to Eagles’ play during the course game. Tate Cunningham also added to the momentum when he made a key shot that was needed to spark to the Eagles’ play during the second half. Sherman ultimately won the game, but we are looking forward to showcasing our new skills and knowledge in our next game. Great job, everyone!
1/12/18: Today’s game vs. Forman has been cancelled due to the weather. We will post the alternate date as soon as we have that information. Thank you and please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or concerns.
Please note that the Senior Ring and Pin Ceremony has been moved from Wednesday, January 10th to Wednesday, January 17th . The ceremony will begin at 5:15 pm in Whalen Hall. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or concerns. Thank you!
On Wednesday, December 6, Maplebrook hosted their first basketball game of the season against Glenholme. The Maplebrook Eagles started of strong and scored the first few points of the game. Ethan Chrystal put Maplebrook on the board early by scoring a couple of three point shots. Ransom Larson, who added to the scoreboard during the course of the game, did a great job coordinating his teammates through each play that they executed. Additionally, Gioia Taraboulsi, a first year student, did an excellent job in her debut game and managed to sink a basket. Back on defense, Nick Stauble used his height to his advantage and did a great job clearing out all opposing players. Overall, the Eagles played a great first half but lost some of that momentum towards the end of the game. Glenholme proved themselves as a second half team by landing almost every shot they took after halftime. Great job to all the players and please stay tuned for our next game at home on Thursday, January 11, 2018 vs. Sherman School at 3:45 PM.