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Sports Report for February 21, 2020
Posted 02/21/2020 10:00AM

VARSITY BASKETBALL

Thursday, February 13, St. John’s Prep 33, Fenn School 63

Fenn’s varsity basketball team stitched together three consecutive wins in the last week. Coach Peter Bradley’s boys started it off with a 63-33 victory over visiting St. John’s Prep on Thursday, February 13. It was all on the line in this game, as Fenn was 22 of 26 from the free throw line, a dominant 85%. The boys in blue-and-gold rushed out to a 41-23 halftime and never looked back. Isaiah Langham had a game high 19 points.

Friday, February 14, BB&N 27, Fenn School 53

The middle game of the three game set was held at Fenn on Friday, February 14 as Buckingham, Browne, & Nichols came to town. Fenn held BB&N to nine first half points, while Fenn collected 23. Seventh grader Ahkil Janapareddy took the lead in scoring with 14 points in the 53-27 win.

Wednesday, February 19, Worcester Academy 51, Fenn School 53

Fenn made it three in a row by edging Worcester Academy, 53-51, on Wednesday, February 19. There were multiple lead changes in this one, but Fenn carried the momentum into the second half, clutching a 28-18 advantage. Ben Paradis was Fenn’s leading scorer, pumping in 22 points, while Ahkil Janapareddy collected 14. Coach Peter Bradley’s boys carry an 8-5 record into the final week of the season.

 

Next Up:

Friday, February 21, Fenn School Varsity Basketball hosts Buckingham, Browne, & Nichols School

Wednesday, February 26, Fenn School at St. Sebastian’s Country Day School 

Friday, February 28, Fenn School at Lawrence Academy

 

JV BASKETBALL

Wednesday, February 12, Fenn School 28, Fessenden School 39
The JV basketball team traveled to Newton on Wednesday, February 12 to take on Fessenden School. Fenn was defeated by Fessy, 39-28, the third straight loss for the blue-and-gold. The two teams will meet again in the season finale on Friday, February 28.

Thursday, February 13, Xaverian Brothers High School 28, Fenn School 29

Fenn JV hosted Xaverian Brothers High School on Thursday, February 13, in the only encounter between the two teams this year. Malcolm Clark put on a strong defensive effort in this one, that also resulted in him scoring 11 points. The final scoreboard showed evidence of a close game, with Fenn just squeaking by Xaverian, 29-28. The JV team, at 3-5, has two games remaining on the schedule in order to try to lift its record to the .500 mark.

 

Next Up:

Wednesday, February 26, Fenn School JV Basketball hosts Lexington Christian Academy 

Friday, February 28, Fenn School JV Basketball hosts Fessenden School

 

THIRDS BASKETBALL

The Thirds Gold team and White team each have one game remaining on the regular season schedule, before the traditional Thirds Classic will be showcased on Thursday, February 27. The White, Blue, and Gold teams all will compete for bragging rights in the Classic.

 

Next Up:

Wednesday, February 26, Fenn School Thirds Gold at Rivers School Fenn School Thirds White hosts Fay School

Thursday, February 27. Thirds Classic

 

VARSITY HOCKEY

Friday, February 14, Rectory School 2, Fenn School 9

Fenn’s varsity hockey team got back to the old familiar winning ways on Friday, February 14 as the team hosted Rectory School. Fenn had lost two straight games, yet the two game drought was a setback that looked worse only because of the previous 18-game win streak that spanned two seasons.

Fenn came out strong against Rectory, dominating the game with a strong forecheck and pinpoint passing. The result was four goals in the opening period. 

Defenseman Gabriel Aberbach’s shot from the point found the back of the net to put Fenn up, 1-0. Josh Weig picked up the assist.

Ted Stiga, with some nifty puckhandling, found Liam Teto for an easy tap in and a 2-0 lead.

It was then Stiga’s turn to score, after a great pass from Will Hatten. It was Stiga’s 12th goal of the season. 

Another Fenn defenseman, seventh grader Jackson Masters, scored his first goal of the game on a blast from the blue line, making it 4-0. Will Gaynor and Jim Carlin had the helpers. 

In the second stanza, Fenn continued to dominate. Stiga picked up his second of the night on a nice 2-on-1 tic-tac-toe pass play with Hatten. 

Fenn went up 6-zip when Gaynor scored on a great pass from Ben Cook, as Fenn continued to control the play.

Stiga completed the hat-trick, his second in as many games, when he notched a power play goal. Cook again got the assist.

Still in the second, Liam Teto banged home his second goal of the game when always-ready- to-assist Hatten found Teto at the far post. It was 8-0 Fenn as the two teams headed to the locker room.

Early in the final stanza, Fenn allowed Rectory to break the shutout bid, and then Fenn gave up another quick goal on a rebound, as Rectory showed some life, albeit the score stood at 8-2.Josh Weig closed out the scoring with a nice goal on a Fenn man advantage situation, 9-2. Hatten and Jack Doherty were credited with the assists.

Goalie CJ Bailey had 14 saves in the game. Stiga had a four point game with three goals and one assists, while Hatten collected four helpers. It is the second straight game that Hatten had four assists.
 
Wednesday, February 19, Roxbury Latin School 2, Fenn School 0

Fenn School and Roxbury Latin School skaters were ready to go on Wednesday, February 19 at Valley Sports, but the assigned officials failed to show up to drop the puck. In their absence, a Roxbury Latin coach donned his skates and helmet to call the game solo. Fenn, with just twelve skaters, was up against a big and tough RL team with sixteen players.
 
Fenn surrendered the first goal of the game on the very first shot of the game. Coach Jeff LaPlante calmed his team and the boys in blue-and-gold battled back and put some pressure on RL, but couldn’t break through on the scoresheet.
 
In the second period, Fenn came out hard and earned several good scoring chances, but could not capitalize.
 
CJ Bailey, between the pipes for Fenn, came up with several great saves to keep the home team in the game.
 
After a scoreless second period, Fenn worked the power play well and put a lot of shots on net, but the RL goaltender was a brick house.
 
Fenn relinquished one more goal late in the game and fell to defeat, 2-0. Not only was this the lowest scoring game in Fenn’s season, but it marked the first time in over two years that Fenn was shutout.
 
Fenn varsity takes a 6-3 record into the final three games of the season.
 

Next Up:

Friday, February 21, Fenn School Varsity Hockey at Rivers School

Wednesday, February 26, Fenn School hosts Fessenden School
 
Friday, February 28, Fenn School hosts Dexter Southfield School
 
 

JV HOCKEY

Friday, February 14, Carroll School 4, Fenn School 2

Fenn’s JV hockey team hosted Carroll School on Friday, February 14 in a rematch from just two weeks ago, when Fenn easily handled Carroll, 6-1. Yet this one was a different story, as it was Fenn that fell to defeat, 4-2. Coach Kate Wade noted that it was Fenn’s stalwart defense, led by goaltender John Regan, which kept the blue-and-gold in the game.
 
Wade, who worked the bench with Paul Heinze, also reported that many of the Fenn boys were on the ice against Carroll School for their very first hockey game.
 
“We’re so incredibly proud of the squad,” Wade said. “Our rookies gave it their all till the end of the game.”
 
The JV team has a 1-3-1 record as it enters the final two games of the season.

 

Next Up:

Friday, February 21, Fenn School vs Park School

Wednesday, February 26, Fenn School at Pike School

 

WRESTLING

Fenn wrestling wraps up its season on Saturday, February 29 at Fessenden School in Newton.

 

Next Up:

Saturday, February 29, Fenn School Wrestling at Fessenden School Wrestling Tournament

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