After a season full of interruptions, postponements, and cancelations brought upon by the global pandemic, the Brunswick hockey team is set to return to a normal and competitive slate of NEPSAC games in 2021-2022.
Brunswick captured its seventh straight NEPSAC water polo championship this past weekend in Exeter, N.H., cruising to the title with convincing victories against Exeter in the semifinals (21-4) and Suffield (25-7) in the finals.
After an 18-3 regular season, the Bruins finished 10th of 15 teams — ahead of Choate, Taft, Avon, St. Mark’s, and Trinity-Pawling — at the Division I Cross Country New England championships at Phillips Academy Andover on Saturday.
Lucas Pombo won the FAA Championship 5K Varsity race at Sherwood Island on Monday afternoon with a time of 16:04, making him the third fastest in the history of Brunswick’s program, as the ’Wick cross country team earned second place.
A spirited effort by the varsity soccer team fell short against New England powerhouse South Kent on Friday, as the Cardinals scored three goals in each half and cruised to a 6-0 win at their home field.
With a questionable weather forecast in Kingston, Pa., Brunswick and Wyoming Seminary kicked off early to try and stay ahead of the predicted thunderstorms. The storms never came, but unfortunately, neither did too many points for the Bruins, as the hosts earned a 24-6 victory on Saturday.
Brunswick water polo swept three games on Saturday — including the finals by a score of 14-6 against Greenwich High School — following up its Beast of the East victory by winning Greenwich High School’s Cardinal Classic.
Brunswick participated in the nation's largest one-day cross country meet on Saturday, as 10,000 runners from 14 states and the District of Columbia descended upon the Bronx’s Van Cortlandt Park for the Manhattan Invitational.
At the O’Connell Invitational at Cheshire Academy on Saturday afternoon, Lucas Pombo, Nathan Lee, and Luke Dougherty took first, second, and third places with times of 15:50, 16:23 and 17:24, respectively.
Brunswick seized the momentum from the outset — as Kha’lil Eason returned the opening kickoff 99 yards for a touchdown — and the Bruins went on to defeat Suffield Academy, 28-14, in the first home game on Cosby Field in nearly two years on Saturday afternoon.
The Brunswick water polo team captured the Beast of the East Tournament this weekend, earning five wins over the weekend in Pennsylvania — the last a championship victory against crosstown rival Greenwich High School, 12-8.
The Brunswick water polo team opened up the Beast of the East Tournament at Wilson High School in West Lawn, Pa., with two convincing victories on Friday — the first over Springfield Township High School, 18-0; and the second over the hosts from Wilson High School, 19-9.
Mater Dei High School, a consistently top-ranked water polo team in the country, lived up to its reputation as the Monarchs defeated the Bruins by a score of 14-8 in the semi-finals of the Santa Barbara Invitational on Saturday.
Brunswick won its second straight game at the Santa Barbara Invitational, overcoming a four-goal deficit to defeat highly-ranked JSerra Catholic High School, 10-8, on Friday afternoon in Southern California.
The Bruins came out strong against Dana Hills High School (Dana Point, Calif.) in their first game of the Santa Barbara Invitational, doubling up the Dolphins by a score of 20-10 on Thursday evening in Southern California.
The Brunswick football team will be facing what many consider to be its most challenging schedule ever as the New England Prep Football League embarks upon its first season of competition in the fall of 2021.
With 12 returning seniors, the Brunswick soccer team expects to field an extremely competitive squad once league play begins on Wednesday, September 15, when the Bruins travel to Choate for their season opener.
The Bruins successfully capped a 20-2 season with a double-digit win over host Avon Old Farms Saturday at Farmington Woods GC, avenging a 2-stroke loss earlier this month to the Winged Beavers in the New England Prep Championship.
Brunswick won back the Kulaga Cup, awarded to the team with the most victories in the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Varsity boat races in the annual Brunswick vs. Fairfield Prep race, on Saturday at Cedar Creek in Black Rock, Conn.
The combination of a bit of an uncharacteristic post-graduation letdown coupled with a hot St. Luke's lineup handed the Bruins their second loss of the season Thursday afternoon by a decisive 10-stroke margin at the Country Club of New Canaan.
Fielding an all-underclassmen lineup for the first time in memory, a quintet of 'Wick sophomores averaged an impressive 72.2 in winning the inaugural Hornet Invitational Tournament by nine strokes over host Hamden Hall at New Haven Country Club Monday.
Brunswick brought two wrestlers to this year's National Prep School Wrestling Open in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., on May 2-3 — co-captains Nick Bell ’21 and Chris Perry ’21 — and both earned All-American status.
Despite dominating at Faceoff X, winning 20 of 27 draws on the afternoon, Brunswick ultimately fell to Malvern Prep in a battle of two nationally ranked high school lacrosse teams on Saturday in Pennsylvania.
Brunswick earned a solid win against an NEIRA opponent on Saturday on Lake Quinsigamond, as the Bruins Varsity Eight clocked in at 4:35.8, several lengths ahead of Saint John's High School (Shrewsbury, Mass.), who finished in 4:52.6.
After a total of 644 shots were struck by the two teams, only a pair of strokes separated Avon Old Farms from 'Wick as the Bruins suffered their first loss of the season, finishing second in the Western New England Prep Golf Championship, which was contested in chilly, rainy conditions at the Club at River Oaks in Sherman, Conn.
Brunswick hosted its second-ever home track meet on a beautiful Saturday spring morning, with Sacred Heart, Greenwich Academy, and Greens Farms Academy all competing. The Bruins defeated GFA 108-24, coming in first place in 12 out of 16 possible events.
Cedric Jones, a one-time professional athlete who played nine seasons with the New England Patriots, has been named Brunswick's new director of schoolwide athletics, and will oversee all athletic programming from Pre-K through 12th grade.
Chilly conditions and gusting winds led to higher than usual scores as the Bruins, now 4-0 on the season, defeated Rye Country Day School by a 212-227 five-score aggregate at Bedford Golf and Tennis Club.
Brunswick hosted its inaugural Track and Field meet at the brand-new King Street Track on Saturday, April 24, with teams from Greenwich Academy, Sacred Heart, RCDS, and King all participating. The Bruins earned victories against both RCDS and King on the boys’ side of the competition.
In a nationally televised game on ESPNU, Brunswick outlasted Haverford (Pa.) with two fourth-quarter goals and a last-minute defensive stand to earn a 9-8 victory in the first contest of the GEICO High School Lacrosse Showcase at Malvern Prep (Pa.) on Friday, April 23.
With temps in the mid-40s and a howling wind more reminiscent of a Thanksgiving Turkey Bowl football game than an FAA golf match, the varsity golf team improved to 3-0 with a 197-205 victory over visiting King at the Round Hill Club.
The Varsity Golf Team demonstrated its depth by swapping out four of its six players from last week's season-opener and putting on an impressive performance with a five-score aggregate of 194 on the challenging Apawamis Club layout to defeat RCDS, 194-210.