T-Hawks end season strong: Fall sports playoffs recap

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T-Hawks end season strong: Fall sports playoffs recap

Junior Quinn Potter speeds past his opponent at Stanley Park for the All-State meet on November 18.

Junior Quinn Potter speeds past his opponent at Stanley Park for the All-State meet on November 18.

Annemarie Wood

Junior Quinn Potter speeds past his opponent at Stanley Park for the All-State meet on November 18.

Annemarie Wood

Annemarie Wood

Junior Quinn Potter speeds past his opponent at Stanley Park for the All-State meet on November 18.

Liza Armstrong, Sports Editor

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Girls’ volleyball: Lost to Acton-Boxboro 3-2 in the second round of Central West Division playoffs on November 6   

Captains: seniors Gabby Alberghini and Elaine Cho

Record: 12-8

 

Girls’ cross country: Placed 20 at States, senior Tess Reyes placed seventh on November 18

Captains: seniors Tess Reyes, Annemarie Wood, Liliko Uchida and Abby Hurley

Record: 4-1

 

Boys’ cross country: Placed 19 out of 20 at States on November 18   

Captains: seniors Jonny Symons, Connor Lawless, Alexander Forrest, Anthony Zalev and John Bai

Record: 3-2

 

Girls’ soccer: Lost to Westboro 2-1 in the first round of Central Division playoffs on November 5

Captains: seniors Jaqui Moy and Laura Dunderdale

Record: 10-6-3  

 

Boys’ soccer: Lost to Groton-Dunstable 1-0 in the first round of Central Division playoffs on November 3

Captains: Callen Willerth and Sean Cullen

Record: 8-7-4

 

Field Hockey: Lost 4-2 to Wachusett in the CMass semifinals on November 7

Captains: seniors Erin Blake, Sophie Scearbo

Record: 12-7-2  

 

Boys’ golf: finished seventh at states with a combined score of 337, senior Jack Tobin tied for 10 with score of 75 on October 29

Captains: seniors Jack Tobin, Nick Hatton and Matt Umphrey

Record: 12-4-0

 

Cheer: placed 11 at states on November 18, competing at Nationals in Orlando, FL on February 8-10

Captains: seniors Julia Hostage, Hailey LeBeau

 

Football: Did not make playoffs

Captains: seniors Brenden Hermanspand, Sam Crain, Chris Santana and Sam Crain

Record: 2-9

 

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