Winter Sports Banquet Celebrated


Tony Butler, Athletic Director

Tony Butler,
Athletic Director


The Winter Sports Banquet

The Winter Sports Season wrapped up at the High School on Tuesday night with the seasonal banquet.  All five teams, coaches, and parents were present at this grand event.  We celebrated swimming, boys’ and girls’ basketball, and bowling.  High School athletics gives out a number of individual awards to athletes who stand out throughout each season. The following is a list of the 2014-15 Winter Sports Awards winners:

Girls’ Bowling
Most Outstanding Performer – Aliya March
Wyvern Award – Kinsey Emerson
Most Improved – Grace Riely
Newcomer Award –  Lara Bruhn

Boys’ Bowling
Wyvern Award – Nizar Kamar

Girls’ Basketball
Most Outstanding Performer – Alexis Nelson
Wyvern Award – Anna Finkelstein
Most Improved – Kate Jones

Boys’ Basketball
Wyvern Award – James Risley

Swimming & Diving
Wyvern Award – Paige Von Feldt

Uniform Return!!!
A friendly reminder that all Middle School and High School basketball uniforms must be returned to Coach Butler (D) or Coach Cowherd (G).  If you haven’t already done so, please take care of this in a timely matter.

The Wyverns’ upstart swim team wrapped up its season at the State Tournament last weekend. Paige Von Feldt finished 27th in the 50 Free with a personal best time to end what has been a great season.  Congrats to Paige and the rest of the Wyverns on a fabulous first season.

Track & Field Update
The first home Middle School track meet is scheduled for Wednesday, March 18th at 4:30 p.m.  Volunteers are needed to ensure we run an efficient meet.  Email Coach Cowherd if interested in helping. Lower School Track for 1st-4th grades will start in early April.  Detailed information such as practice times, meet schedule, and other information will be sent out soon.

The Newest Spring Sport – Baseball!
It is with great pleasure that the Athletic Department announces the formation of the first St. Francis baseball team on the Goshen Campus.  The team is made up of 5th – 7th grade students who have expressed an interest in playing the sport. The team will play eight to 10 games in their inaugural season against other independent school teams.  Practices are twice a week and games will begin later in March.  Be on the lookout for the schedule, which will be released soon.