Fall Athletic Awards

Fall Athletic Awards

Congratulations to all of our student-athletes for completing another competitive sports season!

The following students were recognized as the Most Valuable Players:

  • Cross Country: Aidan
  • Equestrian: Ransom
  • Field Hockey: Kaylee
  • Soccer: TD

The following students were recognized as the Most Improved Players:

  • Cross Country: Jonathan
  • Equestrian: Jackson
  • Field Hockey: Sabrina
  • Soccer: Zachary

 

 

Soccer Recaps from the Team Manager

Soccer Recaps from the Team Manager

Maplebrook vs. Kildonan

The Eagles started off on a positive note and tried their best to be aggressive. Kildonan’s offense was very strong and unfortunately we conceded a few goals early on in the game. But, I saw a great command given by Zach to keep the defense working, which helped set the foundation for the attackers to score goals. Ben did a great job and hustled up and down the field. Additionally, I have seen great improvements from Tanya and Colin. The second half started off on a better note thanks to goals scored by TD. In conclusion, the team did a great job and gave it their all. The final score was 7 to 3 in Kildonan’s favor.

Maplebrook vs. Glenholme

The Eagles were excited to kick off the Parents’ Weekend Homecoming Game. Our team was trying really hard and you could see that they were trying not to make the same mistakes as last match. Zach made some great saves and the defense stepped up.  There was terrific collaboration by Zach and Colin to tighten the game as well. Nick was doing well on offense and put some points on the board.  The Eagles also played with a lot of confidence and consistency. I was impressed by our team at that point of time. In conclusion, I would like to say that the team played much better from the last match. The final score was a close margin of 8 to 7 in Glenholme’s favor.

-Saurabhya, Student-Team Manager

Soccer Recap from the Team Manager

Soccer Recap from the Team Manager

The match started off on a better note with great defense, which is something we’ve been improving on in practice. Nick and TD had a strong first half on offense. After the first half, the score was 5 to 0 in our favor. The second half started off on a graceful note since we were leading by a decent margin. Gioia, Ben, Colin and Bobby played well on defense and they made a big impact on the game.  Zach and Jordana scored goals and we also saw some great passing from Tanya.  In conclusion, the team did a fantastic job during the match and I was overjoyed with their performance. We won by a score of 10 to 3.

-Saurabhya, Student-Team Manager

Soccer Recap from the Team Manager

Soccer Recap from the Team Manager

The match started off on a better note than our previous one. The defense has improved greatly due to working on not being over-committed towards the ball. The defense was also doing a great job with tightening the gaps, which made it tough for Sherman to score on us. Nick did a great job driving to the goal and did his best to score. Back on the other end, Zach worked very hard to block the many shots that he faced. Jordana, Bert, Colin and Ben also played very well and put forth a lot of effort.

The Eagles maintained their energy in the second half and worked very hard. Nick and TD made decent attempts for the goal, but were unable to finish. Our team has been improving on their defense, but ball movement is next on our list. I think that the Eagles would be more successful if they could pass the ball around more on offense. Additionally, Congratulations to Jordana for scoring her first goal!

In conclusion, we lost by a score of 5 to 4 to Sherman.  It was a close match and the team did an amazing job. The Eagles worked as an overall team and I am sure that we will improve if we continue working on our strengths and weaknesses.

-Saurabhya, Student-Team Manager

Soccer Recap from the Team Manager

Soccer Recap from the Team Manager

The match started off well and our goalkeeper, Zach made some great stops. Colin did a brilliant job defending the ball while Berkshire Waldorf applied a lot of pressure. Our defense has been improving a lot, but there are still things we can work on in practice. Nick and TD were a strong force on the offensive end. Nick scored a great goal with the help of passing and defense by Tanya.

There were some exciting corner kicks and some ill-timed penalties. Our team tried their best to score goals but Berkshire Waldorf played great defense.  I think that our team needs to work on getting rebounds, but that is something we can practice. The Eagles played hard and gave it their all. In conclusion, Maplebrook lost the game by a score of 7 to 3. Congratulations to Berkshire Waldorf for a well-played game.

-Saurabhya, Student-Team Manager

 

Field Hockey Recap from Coach Lopane

Field Hockey Recap from Coach Lopane

It was a tough game against Mizzentop.  The Lady Eagles did their best but were outscored in the the first half. Maplebrook came back strong in the second half and Eliza scored her first goal.  Faith T. did a great job in net and tried her best to block the many shots that she faced through out the game. Additionally, there was some tough defensive play by Sabrina and Ariana. We’ll be working hard in practice this week and we’re looking forward to our next game!