Brunswick picked up a pair of top-10 finishes at the 2019 NEIRA Championship Regatta on Saturday at Lake Quinsigamond in Massachusetts. The 1st Varsity boat finished fifth in the Grand Final, while the 2nd Varsity boat won the Petite Final. The Bruins’ 3rd Varsity boat took sixth in a qualifying heat.
Brunswick reached the finals of the NESSA Team Racing Championship for the first time, as the Bruins finished a program-best fourth overall. The two-day event held in Portland, Maine, wrapped-up on Sunday, completes the sailing season for Brunswick.
Brunswick won the 2019 NEITA-NEPSAC Class A Championship for the first time, beating Groton on the Zebras’ home courts, 4-1. The Bruins, historically a Class B powerhouse, moved into the Class A draw this season.
Brunswick collected 36 team points to finish seventh out of 13 teams at the NEPSTA Division II Championships, held at Williston Northampton on Saturday. The Bruins set a number of school records at the event, as Harry Barringer led the team with three podium finishes.
Brunswick sent three boats to the historic Stotesbury Cup Regatta in Philadelphia, as the Freshman Eight entry posted a program-best, second-place finish to lead the Bruin contingent at the largest scholastic regatta in the world.
In the final game of the season, 13 different Bruins scored in a 14-1 romp of league foe Berkshire on Saturday. The road win caps Brunswick’s overall season record at 16-2 overall and 10-1 in NEW-1 conference play. The Bruins are currently ranked seventh in the nation in the latest Under Armour/Inside Lacrosse poll.
Brunswick dropped a 2-1 decision to Hamden Hall in an FAA Semifinal on Wednesday at Hamden. The third-seeded Bruins finish their season with a 12-6 record, as the second-seeded Hornets advance to play Hopkins, the top-seed, for the FAA title on Friday, May 17.
Brunswick and Fairfield Prep finished with matching 4-1 records at the Gold Cup team race on Wednesday at the Indian Harbor Yacht Club, however the Jesuits won the head-to-head race against the Bruins to take first-place overall.
Brunswick wrapped up a historic season with a victory at the Silo Ridge Challenge Cup on Wednesday in Amenia, N.Y. Topping another 10 teams at the event, the Bruins finished the season with an unblemished mark of 48-0.
In a highly anticipated non-league match-up, Brunswick survived a late surge by visiting Darien H.S., earning an 11-9 on Cosby Field on Wednesday night. The victory bumps the Bruins’ record to 15-2, while the Blue Wave falls to 12-4.
Brunswick stayed unbeaten on the links, as the Bruins improved their record to 38-0 following a win over Fordham Prep on Tuesday at the Stanwich Club, 207-224. Brunswick wraps up the spring season at the Challenge Cup at Silo Ridge on Wednesday, May 15.
Brunswick advanced to the FAA Semifinals after dispatching St. Luke’s in six innings in an opening round contest, 12-2. The host Bruins, the third seed, scored at least one run in each inning against the sixth-seeded Storm.
On a rainy day at Cosby Field on Monday, Brunswick never trailed against Trinity-Pawling en route to a 14-10 league win. The victory boosts the Bruins, ranked seventh nationally by Under Armour/Inside Lacrosse, to 13-2 overall and 9-1 in NEW-1 conference action.
Brunswick picked up a fourth-place finish at the Phebe Corckran King Memorial on the waters off of Annapolis, Maryland on Sunday. During the two-day, 18-team event, the Bruins led the way with a combined eight first-place finishes over 36 races.
Leading seventh-ranked Brunswick in the fourth quarter by a slim, 8-7 margin, second-ranked Salisbury closed-out the game with four-straight goals en route to a 12-7 win under the lights on Cosby Field on Friday night.
Brunswick rallied from a 2-0 deficit to Greens Farms on Senior Day, posting a 7-2 home victory on Wednesday. The regular-season finale had noteworthy post-season implications, as the Bruins finished tied for second with Hamden Hall with matching 9-3 league records.
Leading 8-1, Brunswick fought off a second half rally by Avon Old Farms for a one-goal road win on Wednesday at Avon, 9-8. The league win bumps the Bruins, ranked seventh nationally, to 12-1 overall and 8-0 in NEW-1 play, as The Winged Beavers fall to 10-2 and 7-1 in league play.
Brunswick’s decisive 7-0 win over Masters on Tuesday on the Richman Tennis Courts completed a six-match sweep through FAA competition, as the Bruins won the FAA regular season title. It is the fourth-straight FAA crown for the Bruins, as fourth-year head coach Ryan Abraham is 24-0 against league competition.
Brunswick picked up a share of the regular season FAA title following a win over Rye CDS on Monday, 4-3. Overall, the 10-2 Bruins improve to 5-0 in league action with one conference game and one non-league contest remaining before post-season action later this month.
In a battle of the top two teams in the FAA, league-leader Hopkins topped Brunswick on Tuesday, 5-3. The loss drops the Bruins to 8-3 FAA record (10-5 overall), as the 12-1 Hilltoppers clinched the regular-season title with one game remaining (10-1 FAA).
Brunswick’s 1V boat topped five other teams in a decisive win on Lake Quinsigamond in Massachusetts on Sunday. The Bruins’ 1V boat topped rival Fairfield Prep by more than five seconds in the 1,500-meter race, as Brunswick’s entries in the 2V and 4V/Novice races each finished second.
Trailing 2-1 to Rye CDS in the sixth inning, Brunswick plated four runs during a two-out rally, as the Bruins picked up a key FAA road win on Saturday, 5-2. With the win, the Bruins improve to 10-3 overall and 8-2 in league action.
Brunswick picked up another league win, as the Bruins topped Westminster on Saturday, 11-4. The Bruins, currently ranked seventh in the latest Under Armour-Inside Lacrosse national poll, improve to 12-1 overall and 7-0 in NEW-1 action.
Brunswick picked up an impressive 14-2 road victory over King on Friday. The FAA win boosts the Bruins’ league record to 7-2, while their overall mark stands at 9-3. As a team, Brunswick collected 13 hits, while the Vikings committed six errors that led to five unearned runs.
Brunswick finished second at the first-ever FAA Track and Field Championships, held at Masters on Wednesday. The Bruins collected 132 team points, as Rye CDS won the overall team title with 207 points.
Brunswick won the 2019 Greenwich Invitational, held at the Stanwich Club on Thursday. The Bruins topped Greenwich H.S., St. Luke’s and Fairfield Prep, as Matt Camel was the medalist, shooting a one-over par 73.
Leading 10-9 to start the fourth quarter against Choate, Brunswick scored all five goals of the frame to secure a 15-9 road victory over the Wild Boars. The league win sets the Bruins’ overall record at 11-1 and 6-0 in NEW-1 conference play.
Brunswick’s Brian Leonard and Nick Spizzirri were named All-American by US Squash for the second straight season. This past season the pair of juniors spearheaded the Bruins’ undefeated run to the program’s fourth HEAD U.S. High School Team Championship and 17th NEPSAC Class A crown.
Brunswick won the NEMA George C. Shafer Doubles Invitational hosted by Episcopal Academy in Pennsylvania on Sunday. The Bruins collected 26.5 team points to win the two-day, 14-team tournament, as Sidwell Friends was second with 21.5 points.
Brunswick moved to 18-0 following a decisive 206-224 victory over Hamden Hall on Monday at the Bedford Golf and Tennis Club. The Bruins return to action at the Greenwich Invitational at the Stanwich Club on Thursday, May 2.
Brunswick finished first in an abbreviated Connecticut State Championship Regatta, held at Captain’s Cove Seaport, in Bridgeport on Saturday. Significant high winds limited all the teams to just four total races, as the Bruins posted a near-perfect, five-point result with three race wins and one second-place finish in FJ boats.
Brunswick had six first-place finishes at a four-team meet hosted by Taft on Saturday, as the Bruins finished second to the hosts. Brunswick collected 82 team points, 13 behind Taft, as Kingswood Oxford was third with 74 points and Hopkins finished fourth.
Fairfield Prep won two of three varsity eight races against Brunswick to win the third-annual Kulaga Cup on Saturday in Bridgeport. The Kulaga Cup is awarded to the team that wins the majority of the three varsity eights races in the annual dual meet.
Brunswick built a 10-0 lead over Everest Academy and finished with a decisive 13-2 non-league win over the Eagles on Friday night on the campus of Union College in Schenectady, N.Y. Twelve different Bruins scored a goal in the non-league win, as the Bruins improve to 10-1.
Tristan Joseph’s high jump of 5’10” set a new Brunswick record, as the Bruins competed against Trinity-Pawling and Hotchkiss on Wednesday at Trinity-Pawling. Joseph’s third-place result helped Brunswick gain 50 team points, as the Bearcats won the day with 104 points and the hosts finished in third with 27.
In overtime, Hill Academy netted the game-winning goal on a man-up tally at the 2:40 mark, as the Pride picked up a 12-11 victory over Brunswick on Cosby Field on Wednesday. The Bruins, ranked fourth in the latest Under Armour/Inside Lacrosse poll dropped their first game of the year (9-1) with the extra-session setback to the sixth-ranked Hill Academy squad.
Brunswick pitcher Joseph Henry shut down St. Luke’s with a no-hitter on Tuesday, as the Bruins sailed to a 15-0, five-inning, league win. Henry (2-0) whiffed a career-high 11 batters and lowered his season ERA to 0.656.
Brunswick jumped out to a 7-0 lead against Hotchkiss and cruised to a 14-6 road win over the Bearcats on Friday night. The NEW-1 conference win sets the Bruins overall record at 9-0 and 5-0 in league play.
At a four-school meet at Trinity-Pawling on Wednesday, Brunswick’s 4x100 relay team matched a school record with a winning time of 43.5 seconds. Overall, the Bruins scored 75 points and finished second to Taft (104) and finished ahead of third-place Hopkins (41) and the fourth-place hosts (33).
Brunswick bested previously unbeaten Taft in a seven-player, 18-hole contest at the Century Country Club in Purchase, N.Y. The Bruins (13-0) won five of seven matches to beat the Rhinos (4-1) on Wednesday.
Brunswick used a 7-1 scoring surge in the third quarter to pull away from Lawrenceville, as the Bruins posted an 11-4 non-league win on Wednesday at Cosby Field. Brunswick, ranked fourth nationally by Under Armour/Inside Lacrosse, improves to 7-0 on the season.
Brunswick sailed to a sixth-place finish at the NESSA Championship at Hotchkiss on Sunday. The Bruins, ranked first in New England, earned a bid to the 15-team fleet racing event after winning a qualifier on Saturday.
Brunswick broke open a 4-4 tie against New Canaan on Saturday with an impressive 8-1 run in the second quarter, as the Bruins pulled away from the Rams at New Canaan, 19-9. The non-league win gives Brunswick, ranked ninth nationally, a 6-0 record on the year.
Brunswick won the 2019 Hotchkiss Invitational on Saturday, as the Bruins shot a tournament-record, five-score aggregate of 182. The title is the first for the Bruins since 2016 and the sixth Hotchkiss Invitational crown for Brunswick.
On Saturday, Brunswick led wire to wire at one of five qualifying regattas for the NESSA Championship and the O’Day Trophy. The fleet race win by the Bruins, currently ranked first in New England, advances the team to Sunday’s 15-school championship event, held at Hotchkiss.
Brunswick stayed unbeaten in 2019 following a dominating, 7-0 win over Kent on Saturday. Using a youthful line-up comprised of sophomore and freshmen players, the Bruins (6-0) did not drop a set to the host Lions.
Trailing in early matches to St. Luke’s, Brunswick rallied to win 5-2 on Wednesday on the Richman Tennis Courts. A number of Bruins moved up the ladder in both singles and doubles to pick up the team win for the Bruins (4-0).
Brunswick built an impressive 12-1 halftime lead over Taft, as the Bruins cruised to a 16-5 conference win on Cosby Field on Wednesday. Brunswick, ranked ninth in the nation, improve to 6-0 overall and 4-0 in NEW1 play.
Brunswick broke a sixth inning tie against King with four runs, as the game was called due to rain with the Bruins leading 7-4. The six-inning win boosts Brunswick’s overall record to 3-0 and 2-0 in FAA action.
Brunswick scored 12 runs in the first two innings against FAA foe St. Luke’s, as the Bruins rolled to a decisive 13-2 road win on Monday in five innings. The league-opening win gives Brunswick a 2-0 overall mark and a 1-0 record in conference play.
Brunswick topped King on Monday in a creative, eight-player format at the Bedford Golf and Tennis Club, 10-1. Charlie Marvin and Gabe Mehra were medalists, each carding a 38. Up next, the unbeaten Bruins (4-0) face Portledge on Tuesday, April 9, in Old Westbury, N.Y.
Brunswick defeated host Hill as well as the Gilman School on Saturday at the Brookside Country Club in Pottstown, Pennsylvania. In the 18-hole event, the Bruins posted a five-score aggregate of 395, far ahead of Gilman (433) and Hill (452).
Brunswick picked up a pair of relay wins along with a trio of second-place results at Masters on Saturday. The Bruins won the 4x100 and 4x200 relays, while taking silver in the shot put, long jump and the sprint medley relay.
Brunswick broke an early 1-1 tie against Loomis Chaffee with a seven-goal run en route to an 11-6 conference win on Saturday. The road win boosts the Bruins, ranked ninth nationally, to 5-0 overall and 3-0 in NEW1 conference action, while the setback drops the Pelicans to 5-2 on the season and 0-2 in league play.
In a 3-3 contest against Hotchkiss, Brunswick’s Lorenzo Gunningham posted a memorable, three-set win at #5 singles to beat the Bearcats by a 4-3 margin on the Richman Courts on Wednesday. The victory bumps the Bruins’ record to 2-0 on the season, as Hotchkiss falls to 1-1.
Brunswick, ranked ninth in the latest Under Armour/Inside Lacrosse national poll, picked up a 12-1 road win at Kent on Wednesday. The league win boosts the Bruins’ record to 4-0 overall and 2-0 in NEW-1 conference play.
A pair of basketball players picked up All-FAA accolades, as Chisom Okpara was a first-team all-league pick and Khari Wilson was an honorable mention selection. The duo helped the Bruins reach the FAA Semifinals this past season.
Brunswick picked up a Varsity Eight win at a U.S. National Team Training Center in Mercer Lake in New Jersey. In the inaugural race of the spring season, the Bruins 1V bested both Lawrenceville and the Mountain Lakes Rowing Club over the 1,500-meter course.
Brunswick, ranked 11th in the latest Inside Lacrosse/Under Armour national poll, topped #21 Deerfield by an 11-5 margin on Saturday on Cosby Field. The win is the second-straight over a nationally-ranked opponent, as the Bruins knocked off thirteenth-ranked Boys’ Latin on Tuesday, 10-2.
John Lin took home individual gold in saber competition at the 2019 Connecticut H.S. Fencing Association Championships, while the three-member Brunswick saber team finished in third place at the state team tournament, held at Guilford High School earlier this month.
Brunswick skiers Jose Riera and William Kallman were named All-State by the Connecticut Interscholastic Ski League. Both skiers also earn a place on Team Connecticut, an all-star squad that raced in the Eastern Ski Championship against programs from 11 other states earlier this month.
Brunswick, ranked 11th nationally, built a 6-0 halftime lead over 13th-ranked Boys’ Latin and rolled to a decisive 10-2 win over the Lakers on Franklin Field on the University of Pennsylvania campus on Tuesday night. The non-league win boosts the Bruins to 2-0, while Boys’ Latin falls to 4-3 overall.
In Brunswick’s season-opener, the Bruins rolled past visiting William Penn Charter by a 13-2 margin on Friday on Cosby Field. Eight different players scored goals for Brunswick, as the Bruins built a commanding 12-0 advantage after three quarters.
Following the program’s eighth-straight NEPSAC Class A team title, five members of the squash team were named All-NEPSAC by the league coaches. Three juniors, Nick Spizzirri, Dana Santry, and Brian Leonard were tabbed as first-team selections, while sophomores Mac Aube and Pierce Henderson earned honorable mention nods.
Jose Riera raced to the individual title at the 2019 CISL State Open Championship on Tuesday at Mount Southington. Riera, a winner of two regular-season CISL races earlier this year, posted the fastest times in each of the two runs to take home the first-place trophy by a comfortable margin.
The Fairchester Athletic Association (FAA) recently announced 12 Brunswick swimmers as all-league performers. The Bruins, unbeaten during the regular season, won their second-straight FAA team title back on February 23.
Brunswick posted a program-best, second place finish at the 2019 NEPSAC Division I Swimming and Diving Championships, held at Deerfield over the weekend. The Bruins, in just their seventh season as a varsity sport, topped eight other well-established programs, as Andover won the title for the fourth-straight year.
Brunswick wrapped up the season with a 19-8 setback at Greenwich High School on Tuesday. The shorthanded Bruins won the sabre, but lost both the épée and foil events in their final contest of the season.
Brunswick secured a spot in the upcoming CISL State Championship, as the Bruins went 3-1 on their final day on the slopes on Mount Southington on Tuesday. William Kallman finished second overall on Tuesday, as the Bruins finished the regular season with a 14-10 record.
Brunswick won its eighth-straight NEISA Class A title at Andover on Sunday, as five of seven Bruins won singles titles. Brunswick finished with 113 points out of maximum 119, outdistancing second-place Deerfield by 12 points. Dating back to 1996, Brunswick owns 17 NEISA crowns and 74 individual New England titles. Additionally, the 11-0 Bruins won the Brandes Cup for the best record in New England.
Brunswick won its second-straight FAA title on Saturday at Hopkins. The Bruins collected 399 team points, outdistancing second-place Hopkins by 102 points. Brunswick wraps up the season at the two-day New England Championships, held at Deerfield starting on Saturday, March 2.
Brunswick wrapped up the 2018-19 hockey season with an 8-2 defeat at Trinity-Pawling on Friday night. The Bruins finish with an overall mark of 11-13-4 and 8-12-4 in NEPSIHA action. Brunswick did not qualify for NEPSIHA post-season play this season, halting an impressive string of four-straight appearances.
In an FAA Semifinal on Thursday, top-seeded St. Luke’s beat fourth-seeded Brunswick by a 72-63 margin. The playoff road loss caps the season for the Bruins (6-16), while St. Luke’s advances to the FAA Championship on Saturday, February 23.
Brunswick’s Sam Mazzullo broke a 50-50 tie against Hopkins in an FAA Quarterfinal with a fast-break lay-up with 1:05 left, as the Bruins held on for a 52-50 playoff win in Dann Gym on Tuesday. The fourth-seeded Bruins (6-15) advance to play top-seeded St. Luke’s on Thursday, February 20, while the Hilltoppers end their season at 7-14.
Brunswick set a high-water mark with a fourth-place finish at the 119th Eastern Interscholastic Swimming & Diving Championships at Franklin and Marshall College on Saturday. The program-best finish at the largest prep school aquatic event in the country saw some remarkable results for the Brunswick squad.
Brunswick’s Luca Errico won the 138-pound title, as Brunswick finished fifth overall out of 44 teams at the 2019 NEISWA Tournament on Saturday. A total of seven Bruins earned podium results, as head coach Tim Ostrye was named Coach of the Year.
Brunswick wrapped up the regular season with a 57-40 road setback to FAA foe Greens Farms on Thursday. The Bruins (5-15, 4-10) qualified for a quarterfinal game in the upcoming FAA Tournament on Tuesday, February 19.
Brunswick trimmed visiting FAA foe Masters by a 63-38 win on Senior Day in Dann Gym on Wednesday. The 25-point win was the largest margin of victory for the Bruins since a 64-35 win over Hopkins back on January 6, 2018.
Brunswick topped Hotchkiss by a 6-1 margin on Wednesday at the Stephens Squash Center, as the Bruins wrapped up perfect 11-0 regular season. Dating back to the 2015 season, the Bruins own a sparking 64-1 record, with the lone setback coming in the finals of the 2017 national championship.
Trailing 4-1 in the third period, Brunswick rallied for four unanswered goals to top Berkshire by a 5-4 margin on Senior Day in Hartong Rink on Saturday. The two teams combined for 14 penalties in the spirited, high-scoring contest.
Brunswick won the 62nd Annual Western New England Independent School Wrestling Association (WNEISWA) Championship on Saturday at Trinity-Pawling. The team win is the sixth-straight for the Bruins, a tournament record.
Brunswick’s Jose Riera picked up his second CISL race win on Wednesday at Mount Southington. The Bruins have won three of four individual titles in CISL action this year, as Riera posted a win back on January 23 and Ian Murray won the first race of the season on January 9.
Brunswick held off a late Hopkins rally, beating the Hilltoppers by a 49-46 score on Wednesday in Dann Gym. The victory gives the Bruins (4-12, 3-8) an FAA season split with Hopkins, as the Hilltoppers (6-10, 3-9) picked up a 48-39 win over Brunswick back on January 5.
Brunswick won its fourth national title and the Justi Cup on Sunday at Trinity College, as the top-seeded Bruins dispatched second-ranked Haverford in the 2019 HEAD U.S. High School Division I Team Championships by a 6-1 score.
Top-seeded Brunswick ‘A’ swept all three opponents by matching 7-0 scores at the 2019 HEAD U.S. High School Team Championships to reach the finals for an impressive eighth-straight year. The Bruins will face rival #2 Haverford for the Division I Justi Cup, hosted by Trinity College, on Sunday, February 3, at 4:00 p.m.
Brunswick won 10 of 11 swimming events to top Hopkins on Saturday, 91-77. The win boosts the Bruins to 7-0 with one dual meet remaining ahead of a trio of championship races, capped by the NEPSAC Championship in early March.
Brunswick stopped a seven-game losing streak with a commanding 64-42 road win against FAA foe King on Friday. The Bruins (3-12, 2-8) return to action with a home against Hopkins on Wednesday, February 6.
Greens Farms broke open a 23-23 game with a 21-3 run against Brunswick in the first half, as the Dragons held on for a 77-67 win in FAA action in Dann Gym on Thursday. Chisom Okpara led the Bruins (2-12, 1-8) with a career-high 35 points.
Brunswick rolled over Portledge by an 8-1 margin in Hartong Rink on Wednesday, as eight different Bruins scored a goal in the non-league win. The eight goals match the most scored by Brunswick since an 8-1 win over Taft on January 3, 2018.
Brunswick picked up a 7-0 decision on the road over Taft on Saturday. The win keeps the Bruins unbeaten at 6-0, while the Rhinos fall to 6-2. Five of seven Bruins went 3-0 in their individual contests.
Brunswick rolled past all four league foes to win the FAA Championship at Hopkins on Saturday. The title is the 22nd FAA crown in a row for the Bruins and 35th crown in the last 36 years. Six Bruins earned All-FAA honors as the tournament, as the squad posted a 49-7 record with 23 pin-fall victories.
Williston Northampton jumped out to a 3-0 lead and cruised to 6-2 win at home over Brunswick on Saturday. The loss snapped a five-game unbeaten streak (4-0-1) by the Bruins. Brunswick returns to action with a home contest against Portledge on Wednesday, January 30.
Brunswick fell to FAA foe Hamden Hall by an 83-74 margin on Thursday in Dann Gym. The Bruins (2-11, 1-7) were within two possessions of the Hornets (13-2, 6-1) as late as 3:45 in the game, but could not catch the visitors down the stretch.
Brunswick’s Jose Riera took first place overall at a CISL race on Wednesday at Mount Southington, as the Bruins finished 1-1 in team competition. Two other Bruins finished in the top five in the 129-person event, as William Kallman was third and Ian Murray was fifth.
Brunswick picked up a 4-1 non-league win at Delbarton on Tuesday, as Ryan St. Louis netted his first hat-trick as a Bruin. The road victory in New Jersey bumps Brunswick’s overall record to 9-6-4, as the Bruins now own a four-game winning streak.
Brunswick collected 209 team points to win the 44th Brunswick Invitational Tournament on Saturday. The Bruins bested second-place Northfield Mount Hermon, last year’s champion, by 35.5 points. Brunswick has won its own tournament 19 times dating back to 1976.
Brunswick’s Ian Murray posted a two-run total time of 46.13 to take the top spot in the opening CISL race at Mount Southington on Wednesday, January 9, as the Bruins finished 4-4 overall against eight other CISL teams on the slopes.
Brunswick picked up a trio of dual wins on Saturday at home, dispatching Hotchkiss (65-9), Taft (77-6) and Marvelwood (83-0). The 14-1 Bruins return to action on Saturday, January 19, hosting the 44th Brunswick Invitational Tournament.
Brunswick dropped a 64-52 decision to FAA foe St. Luke’s on Friday night in Dann Gym. The loss drops the Bruins to 2-9 overall and 1-6 in league play, while The Storm improves to 5-0 in FAA action and 7-5 on the season.
Brunswick won a 14-13 decision over Greenwich H.S. in the Camuto Gym on Thursday. The season-opening, one-point victory came down to a decisive 5-4 win by Nicholas Moulle-Berteaux in a foil bout to secure the 14th team point for the Bruins (1-0).
Brunswick won 10 of 11 swimming events on Wednesday at Hackley, as the Bruins improve to 5-0 on the season with the 87-60 win over the Hornets. At this point of the season, Brunswick has qualified 15 swimmers for the prestigious Eastern Interscholastic Swimming and Diving Championship, held in February at Franklin and Marshall College.
Brunswick picked up a key road win at Millbrook on Wednesday, topping the Mustangs 4-2. Charles Shaffer picked up his second hat trick of the season for the Bruins, as the captain bookended the scoring in the game. Brunswick (6-6-4, 5-5-4) returns to action at home against Hoosac on Saturday, January 12.
In a 49-49 game with over six minutes to play, RCDS outscored Brunswick by a 23-17 margin, as the Wildcats topped the Bruins 72-66 on Wednesday in Rye. Following the FAA loss, the Bruins are 2-8 overall and 1-5 in conference action.
Brunswick skated to a 2-2 tie against Hotchkiss on Monday night at Hartong Rink. The Bruins have played six overtime contests and own a 1-1-4 mark in extra-session games. Brunswick returns to action at Millbrook on Wednesday, January 9.
Brunswick travelled to Salisbury on Saturday and returned home with a pair of wins, besting the hosts, 65-12, and topping Trinity-Pawling, 47-20. The 10-1 Bruins host a trio of teams on Saturday, January 12, before the annual Brunswick Invitational on Saturday, January 19.
Brunswick battled back from an early 3-0 hole at top-ranked Salisbury, but fell to the Crimson Knights by a 5-4 margin on the road on Friday. The Bruins return to action at home against Hotchkiss on Monday, January 7.