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Sports Report for September 27, 2019
Posted 09/27/2019 08:07AM

Varsity Soccer

Saturday, September 27, Rectory School 2, Fenn School 5

Under the backdrop of Homecoming, Fenn’s varsity soccer team impressed the loyal following on Saturday, September 27 with a victory over Rectory School.  

Deadlocked at 2 at the half, Fenn broke it open for three goals in the second half in the race to victory. Teddy Stiga picked up a pair of goals, while Jackson Rich, Harry Nerrow, and Richard Gallant also scored for Fenn. 

Coach Bob Starensier also credited Hans Scheibe and Luca Raffa with great performances in the midfield. 

Coming Up:

Friday, September 27, Fenn School at St. Sebastian’s School


Junior Varsity Soccer

Monday, September 23, Shady Hill School 4, Fenn School 1

Shady Hill’s skilled varsity side delivered an emphatic lesson in successful schoolboy soccer, driving through Fenn’s JV squad for four clean goals on Monday, September 23 in Concord. In the season opener for both teams, the Stingers’ core group of four or five influential leaders logged a great deal of playing time and controlled the center of the field with excellent ball skills. They earned a handful of good looks at the goal over the course of the hot, sunny match on the grass along Monument Street, scoring with two firm shots from 20+ yards and two more from inside the penalty area.

Fenn countered once in the second half, through alert ball movement from Tom Mulvany and JJ Oldershaw. Mulvany launched the attack with a timely and precise delivery from below the midfield circle to Oldershaw on the left flank. JJ worked a quick one-two with Jack Schneider, then laid a deft roller in front of Mulvany’s run to the 18. Mulvany had to scramble to finish, and his determined second effort was enough to beat the Shady Hill center back and keeper. Mulvany played a fine match in his first match of Upper School soccer. Moments of threatening offensive ball movement also emerged through quick touches and collaborative midfield chemistry from Tal Richmond, Oliver Ali, Luke Tsairas, and Spencer Harnden, while Jamie Book supplied perceptive attacking runs up top.

Schneider played a strong first half in goal, saving about a half-dozen, well-placed Shady Hill shots, while Garrett MacKenzie anchored the back line for the Blue & Gold. MacKenzie’s sturdy defensive presence and calm leadership will be looked upon to guide Fenn’s promising lineup this term. 

Coming Up:

Friday, September 27, Fay School at Fenn School


Thirds Soccer

Fenn’s Thirds soccer team will be back in action on Friday, September 27 when Fay School comes to town.

Coming Up:

Friday, September 27, Fay School at Fenn School



Friday, September 20, Fay School 14, Fenn School 26

Football took center stage to open the fall sports season on Friday, September 20, as Fenn hosted archrival Fay School in front of the home fans. 

The Blue-and-Gold scored on the first play of the game, a touchdown that was gift wrapped from the visitors. A bad snap to the Fay QB led to Fenn captain Jack Bretl recovering the ball in the end zone for the Fenn TD.

Fenn’s starting quarterback was ninth grader Ty Johnson, who launched a 15-yard pass to Tom Murdough for Fenn’s second TD of the game. Johnson and Murdough are both captains for Fenn football this season.

While Fenn picked up those two first half TDs, Fay held a 14-12 lead at the half.

In the second half, Fenn ninth grader Malcolm Clark scored two tough rushing touchdowns, sealing the victory in the final two minutes of the game. Clark also contributed defensively with an interception.

“Clark was the MVP of the game in my opinion,” said coach Matt Ward, whose team came from behind for the 26-14 victory.

Other standout performers included DJ Winston-Johnson, a 7th grader, who also had an interception.

Coming Up:

Wednesday, October 2, Carroll School at Fenn School (flag)


Cross Country

Friday, September 20, Fenn School at Park School

Fenn’s cross-country team burst out of the opening gate on Friday, September 20 at Park School. This was a three-school event that also included Brimmer & May.  

Fenn’s Connor Soukup finished first overall on the day. Other top Fenn runners included Colin Soukup, Bobby Skrivanek, and Will Simon. 

Fenn elected captains for the season, placing Connor Soukup, Skrivanek, Colby Bloch, and Owen O’Malley in the leadership roles.

Coming Up:

Friday, September 27, Fenn School at Fay School, Fessenden School, Dexter School, Rivers School

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