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Dragons of the Week for January 22, 2019

MIDDLE SCHOOL DRAGONS OF THE WEEK
January 22, 2018

Basketball
Giordan Ismael, Emma Claire Quinn and Ella Murti
The Dragon’s of the Week for middle school basketball are Giordan, Emma Claire and Ella. Giordan and Emma Claire were tearing up the court in our game against Peck. Both players played exceptionally well and Giordan was able to contribute 17 points and Emma Claire with 7 points against Peck. Emma Claire has also shown such confidence as our point guard ball distributor in our most recent games. Ella scored two points in our game and played down low in the forward and center positions. She held her space well under the basket and played very hard. Congratulations to Giordan, Emma Claire and Ella!

Swimming
Anna Aggarwal, Jasmine Algarin, Nora Clow Lindsay Hausman and Lily Tan
The Middle School Swim team is pleased to announce the following swimmers as the Dragons of the Week: Anna Aggarwal, Jasmine Algarin, Nora Clow Lindsay Hausman and Lily Tan.  
These five swimmers have each earned 5 or 6 Personal Bests in their first five meets of the season.  They are enthusiastic and hard working members of the team and they have made so much progress since the start of the season. When they are not in the pool swimming they can be heard cheering on their teammates from the deck. Their enthusiasm and work ethic is contagious! Congratulations Dragons and keep up the good work!

Volleyball
Diana Reig and Abby Wall
Dragon’s of the Week for middle school volleyball are Diana and Abby. Diana got our team started in the third game of the match against Peck on Tuesday. Her deep serves were hard to handle and the team ended up winning the game. She has been working hard on all parts of her game and it is paying off! Congratulations Diana Keep up the good work! Green team Dragon of the week is Abby Wall. In the Dragons recent matches Abby has been unstoppable at the service line. She contributed 12 total service points and five kills. Keep up the good work Abby.

UPPER SCHOOL DRAGONS OF THE WEEK
January 22, 2018

V Basketball
Keili Murphy
Keili Murphy is a huge spark of new life to our team! During our four-game winning streak, she has come off the bench and pushed her team to new heights. What seemed as an exhausted team towards the final holiday tournament games, Keili was able to contribute with key points, rebounds, and an overall huge team spirit. Keili is a huge inspiration to her teammates and motivates each of us daily!
 
JV Basketball
Chelsie Nacelus
The JV Basketball team can always count on Chelsie Nacelus to give 100% effort with a positive spirit and energy. As a first year player as a sophomore, Chelsie’s skills have drastically improved in just a few weeks, with each week taking on a higher level of drills. She is the most consistent in her commitment to the team and is the most vocal player defensively on the court. Ball! Ball! Ball!

V Fencing
Alexandra Pereira
This week’s Dragon of the Week for fencing is Alexandra Pereira! Alex finished the week with a few big wins under her belt, a few at the Santelli tournament on Sunday and one on Thursday against Newark Academy. Alex is always ready to fence and is always encouraging her teammates during their bouts. We look forward to a successful rest of the season for Alex!

V Ice Hockey
Gabie Vicens
Senior Gabie Vicens has earned the distinction of being Varsity Ice Hockey’s Dragon of the Week. Gabie is an outstanding player on defense.  She works tirelessly on the ice to control the play when the other team has the puck by maintaining good defensive positioning, shutting down their passing lane and steering the players where she wants them. At times, she will sacrifice her body to block shots. Gabie also initiates breakouts from the defensive zone, making clean outlet passes to the forwards. She has scored one goal and earned two assists since returning from winter break. Congratulations, Gabie!

V Squash
Sofia Scotto
Dragon of the Week for Varsity Squash goes to Sofia Scotto. Sofia's performance and leadership makes her a great example as our Captain for this year. During practice days she is always present and always improving. The leadership she brings to the team is fantastic bonus, she's always on top of the schedule and advocating for the team. Sofia showed great composure during her match vs Blair this past weekend. The match was tied 3-3; it was all up to her. With both teams watching and all the weight on her shoulders she was able to win in straight sets (11-9, 11-9,11-9). Super tough match to win as our number one player for Squash. We look forward to have Sofia winning and having a great season for 2019! Go Dragons!

V Swimming
Skyler Ford and Lily Pence
These two captains have demonstrated what it means to be a captain. They are great leaders of the team, fine examples of sportsmanship and always willing to jump in when needed in an event no matter how difficult. They give every race maximum effort and work well with the coaches. Congratulations Skyler and Lily!
 
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