Dana Santry ’20 and Tad Carney ’22 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.
Brunswick exploded for five goals in the second period of a scoreless game against Hoosac to best the Owls in Hartong Rink on Saturday, 8-3. The Bruins (8-5-2) had seven different skaters score at least one goal in the win.
Brunswick placed three skiers in the top 10, as the Bruins (5-1) topped Darien, Fairfield, and Gilbert at Mt. Southington on January 12. Nick Blum won the overall event with a two-race time of 43.24 seconds, while teammate Ethan Hynes came in second place, just .63 seconds behind Blum.
Brunswick lost to Rye Country Day 16-11 in a fencing match on January 9. The Bruins (1-2 on the season) won the Sabre event (5-4), but fell in the Epee (5-4) and Foil (7-2) to the Wildcats. Brunswick (1-2) returns to action on Tuesday, January 24, hosting Masters at Greenwich Academy’s Ramsing Gym.
Brunswick jumped to an early lead against Hopkins en route to a decisive 63-36 road victory against the Hilltoppers on Friday. With the win, the Bruins improve to 3-6 overall and 2-3 in FAA play. The Bruins return to action at Salisbury on January 21.
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.
Nick VanBelle’s overtime goal gave Brunswick a 2-1 win over visiting Hotchkiss at Hartong Rink on Monday evening. The win bumps the Bruins’ record to 7-5-1 on the season, while the Bearcats fall to 3-7-0.
Seniors John Fox and Cam Kelly join junior Nick Henkel on the NESPAC’s 2016 All-New England Team. The trio helped the Bruins to a 7-3 record, while leading the program to its fourth-straight New England Bowl game appearance.