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Sports Report for January 24, 2020
Posted 01/24/2020 11:08AM


VARSITY HOCKEY

Wednesday, January 22, Noble and Greenough 1, Fenn School 9

Buckle up for another offensive explosion by Fenn’s varsity hockey team. The team has averaged 8.67 goals in each of its three games this season.

Hosting Noble and Greenough on Wednesday, January 22, Fenn got on the board in the first period with a nifty goal by eighth grader Jim Carlin, who took a pass from Jack Doherty and made it count.

Fenn opened the floodgates in the second stanza, scoring four unanswered goals.

Will Belle rushed down the right side on a 2-on-1 with Will Hatten. It was Belle with the saucer pass to Hatten, who one-timed the puck past the Nobles goalie for a 2-0 Fenn lead.

Unrelentingly attacking the Nobles defense, Will Gaynor and Dylan Krayer caused confusion and panic, but it was Justin Graf who slammed home the rebound for Fenn’s third goal.

The count was raised to four-zip when Matt Carolan converted a one-timer on a cross ice pass from Hatten.

Still in the second, Josh Weig picked off an errant Nobles pass and went bar down for his first goal of the season.

Fenn held a commanding 5-0 advantage heading into the third period, but this team was firing on all cylinders offensively and was not about to let up.

On the power play, Will Belle lifted his shot top corner on a slap shot from the top left circle. Hatten and Teddy Stiga grabbed the assists.

Justin Graf picked up his second goal of the game on a pass from Dylan Krayer from behind the net, upping the count to 7-0.

Fenn took it to another level by converting not one, but two, shorthanded situations. Jim Carlin and Jack Doherty attacked on a 2-on-1 from the neutral zone, and it was Carlin slamming home the goal after the Doherty pass.

After killing that first penalty, Fenn picked up another minor, this one an interference call. But why play defense on the penalty kill, when your offense is on fire? Belle intercepted a Nobles pass and broke in on a partial breakaway for Fenn’s ninth goal of the game.

With the game all but over, Aiden LaCamera relinquished a goal that broke his shutout, but this game never was in doubt as Fenn won, 9-1, over Nobles.

 

NEXT UP: Friday, January 24, Fenn School hosts Fay School

 

JUNIOR VARSITY HOCKEY

Fenn’s JV hockey team had the week to prepare for their Thursday, January 23 contest at Valley Sports against Shady Hill School. The score was unavailable at print time.


NEXT UP: Friday, January 31, Fenn School hosts Carroll School

 

VARSITY BASKETBALL

Thursday, January 16, Fay School 73, Fenn School 49

The varsity basketball team suffered its first setback of the season on Thursday, January 16 in front of the home crowd. Hosting Fay School, Fenn fell behind 36-27 at the half and never could keep up with the arch rival. Despite Isaiah Langham’s 20 points, Fenn dropped the 73-49 decision to Fay. Ben Paradis chipped in 16 points for the blue-and-gold. Coach Peter Bradley’s team is now 2-1 on the season.


NEXT UP: Friday, January 24, Fenn School at Groton School

  

JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL

Wednesday, January 22, Fenn School 35, Belmont Hill School 52

The JV basketball traveled to Belmont Hill School on Wednesday, January 22, looking to stretch its winning streak to three games. The boys left their fast sneakers back in Concord though, as they started the game slowly and thereby played catch-up for the entire contest. Fenn suffered a 52-35 defeat to Belmont Hill in the blue-and-gold’s first loss of the season. Coach Chris Ryan noted that a highlight of the game was the rebounding and defense of Garrett Lanagan.


NEXT UP: Friday, January 24, Fenn School at Pike School

 

THIRDS BASKETBALL

Thursday, January 9, Fenn School Gold 30, Carroll School 25

The Thirds Gold basketball team traveled to Carroll School to tip off the 2020 season on Thursday, January 9. Eighth grader Will Simon pumped in a game-high 12 points as Fenn got by Carroll, 30-25.

 

Monday, January 13, Rashi School 27, Fenn School White 33

The Thirds White basketball team hosted Rashi School on Monday, January 13 to start its season. John Donovan, an eighth grader, was the high scorer with ten points, as the White team ran by Rashi, 33-27.

 

Wednesday, January 15, Fenn School Blue 13, Shore Country Day School 28

The Thirds Blue basketball team started its season on Wednesday, January 15 at Shore Country Day School in Beverly. Eighth grader Cairon Harrison provided much of Fenn’s offense with a game-high ten points, but Shore showcased a more well-rounded attack. Fenn finished on the short end of a 28-13 final score.


NEXT UP:

Friday, January 24, Fenn School Thirds Blue hosts Pike School

Wednesday, January 29, Fenn School Thirds Gold hosts Park School

Friday, January 31, Fenn School Thirds White at Fay School

 

WRESTLING

The wrestling season is underway with coach John Fitzsimmons’ squad gearing up to host Fessenden School on Friday, January 24.


NEXT UP: Friday, January 24, Fenn School hosts Fessenden School

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