Fall Sports Preview

Cameron Freeman strikes a hard return shot during practice.

Boys’ Cross Country

2012 Record: Three first place finishes, fifth at state

Players to watch: Andy Hodapp, Parker Schultz, Ben Tamsky

Goals: To see the young core of runners improve and to place at the state competition.

Girls’ Cross Country

2012 Record: Two first place finishes, 11th at state

Players to watch: Gabby Boeger, Lauren Indivino, Lily Niswonger

Goals: To win a second straight district title and to place higher at the state competition.

Girls’ Tennis

2012 Record: 11-3

Players to watch: Connor Cassity, Cameron Freeman, Alyssa Fritz

Goals: To beat Visitation Academy and get to the state tournament as a team.

Boys’ Soccer

2012 Record: 17-6

Players to watch: Zach Bayly, Danny Rothermich, Adam Rangwala

Goals: To avenge last year’s loss in the district championship game and to compete for a state title.


2012 Record: 9-4

Players to watch: Mike Gant, Donye Sommerville, Tyler Melvin

Goals: To overcome the loss of many graduates and advance farther into the state tournament.

Boys’ Swimming

2012 Record: 14-4

Players to watch: Tiger Chen, Doren Lan, Auggie Mense

Goals: To have multiple state qualifiers and win meets against high caliber teams.

Field Hockey

2012 Record: 8-14

Players to watch: Grace Harrison, Maddie Mills, Zoe Marquis-Kelly

Goals: To readjust after the departure of many seniors and to beat John Burroughs.


2012 Record: 13-14

Players to watch: Ryan Fletcher, Lindsey Peck, Hannah Stipanovich

Goals: To have their basics down and perform at a higher, more competitive level.

Izzy Softball Pic
Senior softball player Izzy Greenblatt stretches for a ball in the outfield.


2012 Record: 10-7

Players to watch: Raime Cohen, Izzy Greenblatt, Stephanie Langendoerfer

Goals: To see young players continue to develop and to have another winning season.

Girls’ Golf

2012 Record: 3-3

Players to watch: Molly Droege, Leslie Davis, Claire Waldman

Goals: To improve their short game and game strategy skills, leading to a winning season.

Junior Zach Bayly has been a varsity contributer since his freshman year. (Bebe Engel)