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ATHLETICS Mar 10, 2014

Competition remained fierce this winter athletic season in the Independent School League (ISL) and New England Preparatory School Athletic Council (NEPSAC), but Nobles athletes fought hard and earned another successful season. Highlights as follows:

  • Boys alpine skiing came in fourth place in the ISL with an overall record of 22–11. 
     
  • Girls alpine skiing secured the ISL championships for the fourth successive year—11 out of 12 in the last 12 years—and captured the Class A NEPSAC title.
     
  • Boys varsity basketball placed fifth in the ISL (10–5 ISL and 17–8 overall) and had major wins over longtime rivals Milton Academy and Roxbury Latin. 
     
  • The girls varsity basketball team's 65-game winning streak (28–0) earned them the 11th consecutive ISL championship and the third consecutive Class A NESPAC title.
     
  • Boys varsity hockey captured the ISL title with an ISL record of 12–2 and overall record of 20–7–1.
     
  • Girls varsity hockey won the 15th consecutive ISL championship (11–0–1) and were runner ups in the NEPSAC Division I. 
     
  • An undefeated, 7–0, girls varsity squash team secured the ISL title for the second year in a row and second year in program history. Players Grace Doyle ’16, Emma Roberts ’15, Emily Woodworth ’16 and Alexis Lazor ’17 were undefeated in the ISL. The team also finished in fourth place at the U.S. High School Team Squash Championships. 
     
  • Boys varsity squash earned an overall record of 13–4 and ISL record of 10–2. The team also finished in 10th at the U.S. High School Team Squash Championships—the best finish in the program’s history.
     
  • Boys varsity wrestler Andrew Fai ’14 won the Graves Kelsey Championship at 132 pounds. Teammate John Keally ’14 came in second place at 182 pounds. The Nobles team came in sixth place in the tournament.
     
  • Winter Afternoon Programs collected 21,000 pounds of donations for the #AllDawgsGottaEat initiative to benefit local food pantries. In total, over 50,000 pounds of the food have been collected this year—achieving over 65 percent of the 75,000-pound goal. 

 

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