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Wednesday Wrap-up, 4/10

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Kaitlin Sullivan ’24

Varsity Baseball
This Wednesday Boys Varsity Baseball went against Brooks School. After three consecutive losses, they earned their first win of the season! In the face of this strong opponent, Tabor students started the game with a 3-0 lead but experienced up-and-downs as their opponents quickly caught up. But they finished strong and ended the game in a close but hard-earned 8-7. This Saturday, they will be away for a big ISL matchup at Belmont Hill. Keep it up Seawolves! 

 

Girls JV Tennis
Girls JV tennis fought hard and showed great team spirit against the Middlesex Zebras during their first game of the season. They continued to persevere until the very end of their sets and kept a positive attitude no matter what. One highlight would be the powerful serves and impressive rallies of Abby Wei ’27, keeping a strong hold on her opponent each set and eventually coming out victorious. Our Girls JV tennis team is filled with many talented athletes, and while they end their match with a tie, there is no doubt that they’ll go to the next one with the same positive attitude and strength.  

 

Girls Varsity Tennis
Girls Varsity Tennis made their debut in this ISL season against a tough Middlesex team. Fighting hard to the last moment, they fell with pride, ending the match with 2-7. Alyssa Ho ‘25 and Liza Feeney ‘25 collaborated tacitly, challenging each point with powerful swings. They battled to the tiebreaker, finishing with 8-9 (tiebreaker: 7-9). Julia Conn ‘24 captured the first win in her varsity career at number five singles, while Captain Athena Kettner ‘25 claimed a solid win at number one singles. Despite our loss, the team displayed great team spirit. They are excited to bring their impressive energy to the next match against Brooks next Monday.  

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