Brunswick earned another cup win over a previously unbeaten Fairfield Prep rowing program on Saturday at Cedar Creek. Earlier in the season, the Bruins won the Richard Curtis Trophy and the Brunswick-Tabor Cup.
Brunswick topped league foe Hotchkiss on Saturday at Cosby Field, 15-4. With the win, the Bruins, ranked third in the nation, improve to 9-0 and 5-0 in New England 1 West. Up next for the Bruins is a home showdown against Hill Academy (Ontario, Canada), currently ranked second in the nation, on Wednesday, April 25 ,at 7:00 p.m.
Brunswick picked up its sixth double-digit win of the season on Friday night, as the Bruins dispatched in-town foe Greenwich High School on Cosby Field, 17-5. The non-league win boosts Brunswick’s overall record to 8-0, as the Bruins, ranked third in the nation, return to league action with a home game against Hotchkiss on Saturday, April 21.
Brunswick scored four goals in the first, second, and fourth quarters en route to a 12-6 win at Lawrenceville on Wednesday. The Bruins, ranked third in the nation, improve to 7-0 with the non-conference victory.
Brunswick took second place at the 2018 Hotchkiss Invitational on Saturday. The Bruins’ five-score aggregate of 195 was just one stroke off the winning score set by Salisbury (194). Brunswick’s Mihir Chinai co-medaled with a 36 in his debut match.
With a shuffled lineup, Brunswick moved to 5-0 on the season with a 7-0 non-league win against Kent on Saturday on the Richman Tennis Courts. The 7-0 sweep was the second shut-out win on the year for the Bruins.
Jake Hyde’s walk-off RBI single in the bottom of the seventh inning broke a scoreless tie against visiting Salesian, as the Bruins won the non-league game, 1-0. With the win, the Bruins improve to 6-2 overall.
Brunswick broke open an early 1-1 game with 14 straight goals, rolling past New Canaan H.S. on Cosby Field, 19-5. The Bruins, ranked third nationally, improve to 6-0 with the Friday night non-league win. Over the first six games of the season, Brunswick has outscored its opponents 90-23.
Brunswick beat King at the Italian Center of Stamford by a 6-1 score on Friday. The Bruins won all three doubles contests and three of four singles matches, as Brunswick moves to 4-0 overall this season.
Brunswick scored multiple runs in each of the first four innings against visiting Hamden Hall, as the Bruins dismantled the Hornets on Friday, 16-0 in five innings. The league victory bumps the Bruins’ record to 5-2 overall and 3-1 in FAA play.
Brunswick overcame an early 4-0 deficit to defeat Avon Old Farms on Wednesday, 7-6. The non-league road win boosts the Bruins’ record to 4-2 on the season. Brunswick returns to action on Friday, April 13, with an FAA contest against Hamden Hall.
Brunswick steamed past Taft by a 16-4 margin in a penalty-riddled league game Wednesday to stay unbeaten (5-0, 4-0). The Bruins, ranked third in the latest Inside Lacrosse-Under Armour national poll, return to action at home on Saturday night, hosting local foe New Canaan H.S. in a non-league game at 7:00 p.m.
Brunswick fell behind in the first inning at King and could not catch the Vikings, losing the Tuesday FAA contest, 16-9. The league setback gives the Bruins a 2-1 FAA mark and an overall record of 3-2.
After some inclement weather delayed the start of the season by a few days, Brunswick beat King at Sterling Farms GC 200-245 on Monday. With the win in five-player aggregate scoring, the Bruins (1-0) pick up their first win in 2018.
Brunswick topped St. Luke’s in FAA action on the Richman Tennis Courts on Monday, 6-1. The Bruins won all three doubles matches and three of four in singles. The 3-0 Bruins return to action on Friday, April 13, facing King at the Italian Center of Stamford.
Brunswick returned from Lake Quinsigamond outside of Worcester, Mass., with a four-race sweep, winning 1V, 2V, 3V and 4V/Freshmen races on Saturday. With the 1V victory, Brunswick retains the Brunswick-Tabor Cup, holding a 5-2 all-time record against the Seawolves in the competition.
Brunswick jumped out to an 8-0 lead over visiting Loomis Chaffee and cruised to a 15-5 league win over the Pelicans on Saturday on Cosby Field. The nation’s fourth-ranked team improved to 4-0 overall and 3-0 in NEW1 play.
Brunswick no-hit St. Luke’s on Thursday, beating the Storm by a 12-0 margin in only five innings. The visiting Bruins collected just four hits, while drawing 10 walks and being hit six times by St. Luke’s pitchers. Following the win, Brunswick moves to 1-1 overall and stands at 1-0 in FAA action.
Brunswick topped Greens Farms at Indian Harbor Yacht Club on Thursday, winning the team-race event by a 2-0 score. The Bruins move to 2-1 on the young season and look to race again on Saturday, April 7, against several schools at Indian Harbor.
Brunswick rolled over Kent on Wednesday at Cosby Field, topping the Lions 18-0. With the league win, the fourth-ranked Bruins improve to 3-0 overall and 2-0 in NEW1 action. The victory was the first shutout win by a Brunswick team coached by David Bruce (193 games).
Brunswick travelled to Hotchkiss for the Bruins’ season-opener and returned home with a commanding 7-0 sweep of the Bearcats. The 1-0 Bruins return to the court on Thursday, April 5, with a road contest against FAA rival Hopkins.
Brunswick senior lacrosse player Wilson Stephenson earned Under Armour All-America honors as well as a coveted spot in the 2018 Under Armour Senior All-America Game. The 13th annual event will be played at Johns Hopkins University’s Homewood Field on June 30.
In the season-opener for Brunswick, Choate scratched a run across in the top of the eighth inning to beat the home-standing Bruins by a 2-1 score on Saturday. For the game, the two teams combined for 21 strikeouts and only five hits.
Brunswick opened with a 5-0 run against Deerfield on Saturday en route to a decisive 10-3 road win in the first league game for both schools. The Bruins, ranked fourth nationally in the latest Inside Lacrosse/Under Armour poll, improve to 2-0 overall and 1-0 in NEW1 play, while Deerfield falls to 0-1 overall and 0-1 in league action.
Brunswick opened the 2018 season with a 1-1 day on the water near Indian Harbor Yacht Club on Wednesday. In the team-racing event, the Bruins topped Darien H.S. by a 2-1 margin, while falling to Fairfield Prep by a similar score.
Following back-to-back undefeated FAA seasons for the tennis team, head coach Ryan Abraham returns an experienced line-up for 2018. The third-year head coach, with an overall record of 19-6, believes he has another strong team.
Brunswick broke open a 3-3 game against Landon with an eight-goal run, as the Bruins pulled away to beat the Bears by a 12-6 margin on Friday. The non-league win gives the Bruins, ranked third in the latest Inside Lacrosse/Under Armour national poll, a 1-0 overall record. The road win also avenges the Bruins only loss in 2017, a 11-6 setback to Landon in last season’s opening contest.
Entering his 12th season leading the golf team, Brunswick head coach Anthony Fischetti, with an overall record of 277-37-5, believes the Bruins’ leadership, temperament, and experience will key another strong spring season.
Following a memorable 15-1 season in 2017 and a first-ever 11-0 mark in the New England West 1 (NEW1) Conference, 12th year head coach David Bruce and his Bruins enter the 2018 lacrosse campaign with high expectations. Ranked third in the nation in the latest 2018 Inside Lacrosse/Under Armour poll, Bruce noted the Bruins are flattered by the attention, but the team “will try and ignore [the ranking] and play as hard as we can.”
Josh McGugins recently accepted and signed a National Letter of Intent (NLI) to attend LIU-Post as a football player next season. In return for athletic-scholarship aid, McGugins committed to play football for the NCAA Division II school located in Brookville, N.Y.
Jack Forrest’s rebound goal with 11:20 left in overtime gave Brunswick its first-ever championship in NEPSAC Tournament play, as the #5 Bruins topped #3 Thayer by a 4-3 margin in the Martin/Earl Large School Tournament on Sunday.
Brunswick wrapped up its season with a third place at the 2018 NEPSAC Division 1 Swimming and Diving Championships, held at Phillips Exeter over the weekend. The Bruins’ bronze-medal result was the best finish in the six year history of the program led by head coach Aaron Montgomery. Brunswick’s 312.5 points trailed only the top-finishing team from Phillips Andover (372) and the second-place host school Phillips Exeter (335) at the 11-school event.
After a 5-0 dismantling of top-seeded Northfield Mount Hermon (NMH) in the semifinal round of the NESPAC’s Martin/Earl (Large School) Tournament on Saturday afternoon, #5 Brunswick earned a spot in the tournament finals against #3 Thayer Academy on Sunday at St. Anselm’s College in Manchester, N.H.
Brunswick places three skiers in the top six at the Connecticut State Open, as the Bruins finished 10th overall out of 13 schools at Mount Southington on Wednesday. Ethan Hynes finished second against 127 racers, while Jose Riera was fourth and Ian Murray held onto sixth place.
Five Brunswick swimmers recently picked up All-FAA honors. Senior captains Charles Ariyibi and Caleb Osemobor join juniors Thomas Foley and Charlie Marvin on the all-league team along with freshman Michael O’Malley. The five Bruins along with 24 other swimmers are headed to Phillips Exeter for the two-day NEPSAC Division I Swimming Championships, beginning on Saturday, March 3.
Following a NEPSAC Class A title in squash, the seventh-straight crown for Brunswick, five members of the team were honored with All-NEPSAC honors. Senior captains Max Finkelstein and Will Holey were tabbed as first-team selections, while sophomores Nick Spizzirri, Dana Santry, and Brian Leonard earned honorable mention nods.
In the quarterfinals of the NEPSAC Martin/Earl (Large School) Tournament, #5 Brunswick topped fourth-seed Williston Northampton on Wednesday, 2-0. With the shut-out win, the Bruins (16-12-4) advance to a semifinal showdown against the top-seed, Northfield Mount Hermon (24-6-3), on Saturday, March 3.
Christian LeSueur added another accolade to his impressive hockey resume, as the two-time Brunswick captain earned a place on the 2018 All-NEPSAC West Hockey Team. LeSueur is the fourth All-NEPSAC selection in the past three seasons for head coach Ron VanBelle.
Brunswick’s Ethan Hynes picked up his first individual win in CISL racing, winning the season finale at Mt. Southington on Monday. In make-up race from earlier in the month, Brunswick lost against Cheshire High School, as the Bruins finished the regular season with a record of 14-9.
Brunswick locked up its fourth-straight trip to the post season, garnering the fifth seed in the NEPSIHA Martin/Earl (Large School) Tournament. The Bruins (15-12-4, 14-10-4) will travel to #4 Williston Northampton (14-10-2) in the quarterfinal round on Wednesday, February 28.
Brunswick won its seventh-straight NEISA Class A title at Choate on Sunday, as five of seven Bruins won singles titles. Brunswick finished with 113 points out of maximum 119, outdistancing second-place Avon Old Farms by 20 points. Dating back to 1996, Brunswick owns 16 NEISA crowns and 69 individual New England titles. Additionally, the 12-0 Bruins won the Brandes Cup for the best record in New England.
Chris Perry’s seventh-place finish, and All-American honors, highlighted the 2018 National Prep Wrestling Championships for the eight-member Brunswick contingent. As a team, Brunswick finished 27th overall out of 130 teams and earned the Official’s Sportsmanship Award at the two-day tournament, hosted by Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pa.
Brunswick’s Christian LeSueur finished off a combined seven-goal third period against Albany Academy, netting the go-ahead goal with just five seconds left to play. The tally gave the Bruins an improbable 7-6 win over the Cadets (9-19-2, 6-18-2) in the consolation game of the Empire Cup at Hartong Rink on Saturday. With the win, the Bruins earned the #5 seed in the upcoming NEPSAC Martin/Earl (Large School) Tournament.
In the season finale, Brunswick fell to Greenwich High on Thursday, 17-10. The 2-2 Bruins won the sabre (6-3), but lost to the Cardinals on the road in the foil (5-4) and epee (9-0). In all four contests this season, Brunswick won the sabre each time.
Brunswick dropped a 2-1 decision to Trinity-Pawling in the opening round of the Empire Cup, held at Millbrook on Friday. Both teams return to action at Brunswick’s Hartong Rink on Saturday, as the Bruins will host the consolation and championship games of the Empire Cup.
Brunswick dropped an 82-51 decision to top-seed Hamden Hall in the semifinals of the FAA Tournament on Thursday at Hamden Hall. Despite the season-ending setback, it was the first time the Bruins (6-17) reached the league semifinals since 2015.
In the quarterfinal round of the FAA Tournament, fifth-seeded Brunswick needed an extra four minutes to upend fourth-seed King on Tuesday evening, 66-63. The overtime win sends the Bruins (6-16) on to the semifinal round to face top-seeded Hamden Hall (17-4) on Thursday, February 22.
Brunswick netted four third period goals en route to a 5-1 road win over Gunnery on Sunday. The win is the second for the Bruins (14-11-4, 13-9-4) over the Highlanders (17-10-2, 15-8-2) in the past nine days, as Brunswick beat Gunnery by a matching 5-1 score in Hartong Rink back on February 9.
Brunswick placed sixth at the Eastern Interscholastic Swimming and Diving Championships, held on February 16-17, at Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, Pa. Over the two-day event, the Bruins’ 11-member contingent put up some impressive times against the top programs, earning All-American recognition in five events.
Brunswick finished second overall at the 44-team NEISWA Championships hosted by Tabor Academy. The Bruins wrapped up the two-day tourney with 170 team points, just 17 points behind the overall winner, Belmont Hill. Adding to the highest team finish in Brunswick history, the Bruins crowned two individual champions, as Chris Perry (113 lbs.) and Lachlan Rosato (220 lbs.) reached the top of the podium on Saturday.
Trailing 3-0 against Shattuck-St. Mary’s, Brunswick scored a pair of third period goals, but ultimately fell to the powerhouse from Minnesota, 4-2, at the Gunnery Showcase on Saturday. Following the non-league contest, the Bruins (13-11-4, 12-9-4) face Gunnery on Sunday, February 18.
On Valentine's Day, Brunswick finished eighth at the 2018 NEPSAC Class B Alpine Ski Championships. Held at Gunstock Mountain in Guilford, N.H., the Bruins totaled 137 points in the combined slalom and giant slalom, while the overall winner Milton finished with 40 points.
Brunswick wrapped up the regular season with a win over FAA foe Greens Farms on Thursday in Dann Gym, 65-56. The Senior Day victory caps the Bruins’ season record at 5-16 overall and 4-10 in FAA play. Looking ahead to the FAA Tournament, the fifth-seeded Bruins travel to fourth-seed King on Tuesday, February 20, for a quarterfinal showdown.
Brunswick won two of three weapons against Masters, topping the Panthers by a 16-11 score in a home match on Maher Avenue on Tuesday. The win boosts the Bruins to a 2-1 mark. Brunswick won the sabre (7-2) and the foil (8-1), while dropping the epee to Masters (8-1).
Trailing by 19 at the half at Masters, Brunswick closed the gap to eight points late in the game, but the Bruins eventually fell to the Panthers, 83-63. Jack Molloy matched a career-high with 30 points for Brunswick (4-16, 3-10) in the FAA contest.
Brunswick had the top finisher in 11 of 14 events against Kent at the Mehra Natatorium on Saturday, topping the Lions, 99-82. The win completes an undefeated regular season (9-0), for the Bruins, the first unblemished regular season in the six-year history of the program.
Brunswick collected 282 team points en route to a first-place finish at the 61st WNEISWA Championships at Taft on Saturday. The tourney win is the fifth straight and 14th overall for the Bruins. Every Brunswick wrestler placed in the top six, as Tim Saunders earned the Most Pins-Least Time Award.
Brunswick knocked off Gunnery, 5-1, and knocked out a pane of safety glass on Senior Night in Hartong Rink on Friday. The quality win over the Hilltoppers (14-8-2, 13-6-2) is a strong boost for the Bruins (12-9-4, 11-8-4), heading into the stretch run, as both teams have post-season aspirations.
Brunswick dropped a 63-46 decision to FAA-leader Hamden Hall (15-4, 10-1) on Friday in Dann Gym. Jack Molloy led the Bruins (4-15, 3-9) with 15 points. Brunswick returns to action on Tuesday, February 13, with a conference road game at Masters.
Brunswick broke open a 1-1 game against Lawrenceville with six straight goals, en route to a dominating 7-2 road victory over the Big Red on Wednesday. With the win, the Bruins improve to 11-9-4 overall and 10-8-4 in NEPSIHA action, while Lawrenceville’s two-game winning streak was halted.
Top-seeded Brunswick ‘A’ swept its third-straight opponent at the 2018 HEAD U.S. High School Team Championships, as the Bruins beat #4 Episcopal in the Division 1 semifinals on Saturday, 7-0. The Bruins will face rival #2 Haverford at the Philadelphia Cricket Club for the Justi Cup on Sunday, February 4, at 2:00 p.m.
Facing Hopkins, Brunswick swimmers raced past the Hilltoppers on Saturday, 88-82. The win boosts Brunswick’s record to 8-0 with one final dual meet against Kent left on the schedule. Following the home meet on Saturday, February 10, the Bruins will compete in a trio of tournaments, capped by the New England Championships in early March.
Brunswick finished the dual-meet portion of the schedule of the season undefeated, as the Bruins topped Chase Collegiate by a 54-21 score on Saturday. Looking ahead, the Bruins (15-0) have three straight tournaments to close out the season, starting with the WNEISWA Championships at Taft on Saturday, February 10.
King rallied from an early 21-6 deficit to defeat Brunswick in Dann Gym on Friday night, 63-56. The loss drops the Bruins’ record to 3-14 overall and 2-8 in FAA action, as Brunswick has four league games remaining in the regular season.
Top-seeded Brunswick ‘A’ swept Shipley (Pa.) by a 7-0 score in the opening round of the 2018 HEAD U.S. High School Team Championships on Friday, at the Philadelphia Cricket Club. In the bottom half of the 16-team draw, the Brunswick ‘B’ team fell to #3 Avon Old Farms, 5-2.
Brunswick held a 3-2 lead in the third period over host Albany Academy, but a game-tying, power-play goal by the Cadets later in the frame led to a 3-3 tie on Friday night. The draw gives the Bruins an overall mark of 10-9-4, and a NEPSIHA record of 9-8-4.
Brunswick strung together eight pins against town rival Greenwich H.S. en route to a commanding 62-9 win on Thursday inside Burke Field House. The win caps the home contests for the 14-0 Bruins, as Brunswick wraps-up the regular season at Chase Collegiate on Saturday, February 3.
Ian Murray led a trio of Brunswick skiers to a one-two-three podium finish at the CISL race at Mt. Southington on Wednesday evening. Jose Riera followed Murray for second and Ethan Hynes placed third, as the Bruins went 4-2 overall against CISL competition.
Brunswick picked up another commanding win, beating Canterbury 76-6 on Wednesday in the Ostrye Wrestling Room. The win bumps the Bruins to 13-0 on the season, as Brunswick returns to the mat on Thursday, February 1, hosting crosstown foe Greenwich High School at 4:30 p.m.
Brunswick will send two teams to the 2018 HEAD U.S. High School Team Squash Championships in Philadelphia later this week. The two squads of Bruins each qualified for a spot in the top division at the three-day tournament beginning on Friday, February 2, at the Philadelphia Cricket Club (PCC).
Holding a slim lead in the opening minutes in the second half, RCDS closed out the game against Brunswick with a double-digit run, topping the Bruins inside Dann Gym, 70-55. The FAA setback drops the Bruins to 3-12 overall and 2-6 in conference play, while the Wildcats move to 8-7 and 3-5 in FAA action.
Undefeated and top-ranked Salisbury netted an overtime goal to thwart the upset-minded Bruins, as the Crimson Knights left Hartong Rink with a 3-2 win on Monday. Salisbury (16-0-1) did not hold a lead until netting the O.T. goal, as Brunswick (10-9-3, 9-8-3) twice owned one-goal advantages in the thrilling contest.
Brunswick moved to 7-0 on the season following a 93-88 win over Suffield at Mehra Natatorium on Saturday. The five-point win over the Tigers was the first-ever victory by the Bruins over the traditional New England powerhouse.
Brunswick picked up its 21st consecutive FAA team title in wrestling on Saturday at Rye CDS, rolling past four other schools in dominating fashion. The 12-0 Bruins won a minimum of 11 of 14 weight classes in all four contests, as tri-captain Lachlan Rosato picked up his 100th career win in the process.
Despite twice trailing by two goals against #10 Williston Northampton, Brunswick battled back to top the Wildcats at Hartong Rink on Saturday, 4-3. The victory boosts the Bruins’ overall record to 10-8-3, as Brunswick returns to action on Monday, January 29, hosting top-ranked Salisbury (14-0-1) at 5:00 p.m.
St. Luke’s topped Brunswick in an FAA match-up on Friday night in Dann Gym, 85-56. With the setback, the Bruins drop to 3-11 overall and 2-5 in league play, while the Red Storm improve to 10-4 and 6-1 in FAA action.
Brunswick collected six pins en route to a 53-16 win over Iona Prep at the Ostrye Wrestling Room on Thursday. The decisive victory boosts the Bruins’ record to 8-0, as the team heads to the FAA Championships at Rye CDS on Saturday, January 27.
For the second race in a row, Brunswick placed a trio of racers in the overall top six, as the Bruins went 3-2 in CISL action on the course at Mt. Southington on Thursday. Ethan Hynes finished third, while Jose Riera took fifth and teammate Ian Murray was sixth.
Brunswick topped RCDS 89-83 on Monday, setting a season high in scoring in the FAA contest. Brunswick’s Jack Molloy (30 points) and Khari Wilson (26 points) both set career highs, as the tandem accounted for 56 of the Bruins’ 89 points in the road win.
Brunswick won all three weapons against Rye CDS, cruising to a commanding 21-6 road win on Wednesday. The Bruins won the sabre (8-1), epee (5-4), and foil (8-1), as they evened their overall record at 1-1.
In a 3-3 overtime game, Brunswick’s Christian LeSueur streaked down the right wing and snapped a shot up and over the Hoosac goalie’s blocker, giving the Bruins (9-8-3, 8-7-3) a sudden 4-3 victory over the Owls in Hartong Rink on Monday.
Brunswick dispatched Hotchkiss and Salisbury by matching 7-0 scores on Saturday at Salisbury. The 7-0 Bruins, ranked first in New England, improve to 7-0 on the season. Brunswick swept 12 of 14 matches, as only two contests went past the minimum three games.
Brunswick won nine of 12 events against Hotchkiss on Saturday, beating the Bearcats in their own pool, 92-79. The win boosts the Bruins’ record to 6-0 heading into a showdown against Suffield at the Mehra Natatorium on Saturday, January 27.
Brunswick finished second to Northfield Mount Hermon (NMH) at its own Brunswick invitational Tournament held at Burke Field House on Saturday. In the 43rd installment of the event, Bruins finished with 207.5 points, just 6.5 points behind NMH, as Greens Farms was a distant third (125.5) in the 12-team tournament. The second-place finish by Brunswick snapped a string of seven straight first-place wins by the Bruins.
Salisbury jumped out to an early lead over Brunswick, as the Crimson Knights pulled away from the Bruins for a 70-33 non-league win at Dann Gym on Saturday. The Bruins (2-9) return to FAA action facing Rye CDS on the road on January 22.
Brunswick saw an early 1-0 lead disappear against Hill, as the Rams netted four unanswered goals to beat the Bruins by a 4-1 margin in a league game on Saturday at Hill in Pottstown, Pennsylvania. Following the setback the Bruins stand at 8-8-3 overall and 7-7-3 in NEPSIHA action.
Brunswick scored goals on a power play and shorthanded on the way to a 3-0 shutout win over Delbarton (N.J.) in Hartong Rink on Friday. The non-league win bumps the Bruins’ record to 8-7-3, while the Green Wave drops to 11-4-1 overall.
Brunswick racked up 20 pins during a three-team sweep on the mats at Hotchkiss on Saturday, besting the hosts (54-20), Taft (70-6), and Marvelwood (83-0) and moving to 7-0 on the season. Up next for the Bruins is their annual Brunswick Invitational Tournament on Saturday, January 20.
Brunswick placed three racers in the top six, as the Bruins went 4-2 in CISL on the slopes of Mt. Southington on Thursday. Ethan Hynes took second overall, as the Bruins improve to 7-4 on the season. A post-race disqualification kept the Bruins from sweeping all six head-to-head contests.
Brunswick broke four pool records and set four top times for the New England season during a 93-82 win over Hackley in the Mehra Natatorium on Wednesday. Christian Farricker set two pool records and swam the fastest 500 freestyle time in New England, as the Bruins moved to 5-0 on the season.
Jack Molloy’s career-high 23 points sparked the Bruins to a non-conference win over Storm King on Wednesday, as Brunswick beat the host Cougars, 58-55. The Bruins (2-7) return to FAA action on Friday, January 12, traveling to St. Luke’s.
Visiting Millbrook netted the game-winner over Brunswick 2:10 into overtime to beat the Bruins 3-2 at Hartong Rink on Wednesday. The Bruins (7-7-3) return to action on Saturday, hosting Hoosac at 3:00 p.m.
Brunswick rolled past Bronxville High School by a 7-0 margin on Wednesday at the Stephens Squash Center. The Bruins (5-0), ranked number one in New England, travel to Salisbury on Saturday, January 13, to play pair of road matches against Salisbury and Hotchkiss.
Trailing 1-0 in the first period at Hotchkiss, Brunswick ended the frame with a pair of goals, holding on to beat the Bearcats 2-1 on Monday. The win boosts the Bruins to 7-6-3 overall, while Hotchkiss falls to 1-8 on the season.
After a 20-day hiatus, Brunswick opened the 2018 segment of its season with a convincing 64-35 win over FAA foe Hopkins on Saturday in Dann Gym. The win gives the Bruins their first victory on the season (1-7) as well as in conference (1-2), while the Hilltoppers fall to 1-6 overall and 0-3 in FAA play.
Leading 3-1 against Avon Old Farms, Brunswick’s Dana Santry clinched the match for the top-ranked Bruins against their longtime rivals with a straight-set win on Saturday at the Stephens Squash Center. With the victory, the Bruins improve to 4-0 on the season.
Brunswick bested Phillips Exeter 99-86 in the pool on Saturday, improving to 4-0 on the season. The Bruins were in a back-and-forth battle with Exeter, as Brunswick eventually took the lead for good with four events remaining.
Brunswick picked up a pair of decisive wins against WNEISWA rivals Trinity-Pawling and Salisbury on Saturday at Trinity-Pawling. The Bruins defeated T-P by a 59-15 margin and rolled over Salisbury, 75-4. The two wins boost Brunswick’s overall record to 4-0 on the season.
In the season-opening CISL race at Mt. Southington on Wednesday, Brunswick went 3-2 on the slopes. The Bruins teamed up for a time of 307.63, as Ian Murray and Jose Riera finished one-two in conference action. Overall, Murray finished fifth out of 121 skiers, while Riera placed sixth.