Thursday, January 10, Fay School 43, Fenn School 29
After an opening game victory at Rivers School on Wednesday, January 9, Fenn’s varsity basketball team dropped a 43-29 decision in front of the home crowd on Thursday, January 10 against Fay School.
Fenn trailed 22-17 at the half and could not mount a significant comeback. Michael Alpers led Fenn with six points, while Edoardo Takacs and Buck Lewis each chipped in five.
The two teams will meet again on January 25 for a rematch at Fay School in Southborough.
Wednesday, January 16, Xaverian Brothers High School 42, Fenn School 50
The varsity basketball team got back on the winning track on Wednesday, January 16.
Hosting Xaverian Brothers High School, Fenn pulled out to a 22-14 lead at half time, much to the delight of the home crowd. That margin ended up being the difference in the game, as each team scored 28 points in the second half for a 50-42 Fenn win.
Fru Nkimbeng pumped in 22 points to lead the way for Fenn, while AliJah Clark contributed ten points.
Fenn’s varsity basketball record is 2-1 so far this season.
COMING UP: Friday, January 18, Fenn School at Groton School
JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL
Thursday, January 10, Fay School 26, Fenn School 51
Fenn’s JV basketball team defeated Fay School, 51-26, on Thursday, January 10 with a great team effort.
Ben Lisa led Fenn with eight points and dominated with his size and skill, but it was a well-rounded team effort that made the difference for Fenn. Every player in blue-and-gold either scored or assisted on a basket.
COMING UP: Friday, January 18, Fenn School hosts Xaverian Brothers High School
Wednesday, January 16, Fenn School 7, Noble & Greenough School 2
Fenn’s varsity hockey team has stitched together four straight wins to start the season.
On Wednesday, January 16, Fenn wasted no time in getting on the scoreboard at Noble & Greenough School in Dedham. Teddy Stiga scored unassisted in the opening minutes, his first goal of the season.
Conor MacLean, who scored four goals in Fenn’s last game, notched the hat trick this time around. His first goal of the game came shortly after Stiga’s to put Fenn up, 2-0.
In the second, starting goalie C.J. Bailey came up with some great saves in shutting down Nobles’ offense. Meanwhile, at the other end of the ice, MacLean completed his hat trick, with both goals assisted by Stiga.
Up 4-0, Fenn surrendered a goal that broke Bailey’s shutout, closing out the second stanza with the score standing at 4-1.
In the third period, Stiga scored his second of the night, to boost the score to 5-1. Andrew Barton then set up Peter Scheibe to increase the lead to 6-1.
Later in the period, Barton redirected a Kevin Bertocci pass behind the Nobles goalie to make it 7-1.
Nobles’ final goal came late in the third period, but Fenn walked away with the 7-2 victory.
Bailey finished with 20 saves. Conor MacLean, with the hat trick, now has scored eight goals in Fenn’s four games this season.
COMING UP: Friday, January 18, Fenn School at Fay School (Northstar Ice Sports in Westborough)
JUNIOR VARSITY HOCKEY
The JV hockey team opens its six-game schedule on Friday, January 18 when it hosts Carroll School at Valley Sports Arena.
COMING UP: Friday, January 18, Fenn School hosts Carroll School
The wrestling team continues its schedule Friday, January 18 at Fessenden School in Newton.
Friday, January 18, Fenn School at Fessenden School
Saturday, January 19, Fenn School at Fay School JV Wrestling Tournament