Sports Round-Up May 15-20
Season complete. The Hawks finished the season with a 4-18 record and did not earn a spot in the NCISAA playoffs.
Season complete. JV baseball finished the season with a 3-7 record.
|Middle School Boys||
Season Complete. Middle school baseball ended their season with a 2-7 record.
The varsity golf team finished 3rd in the NCISAA Championship Tournament behind an impressive Ravenscroft team and Cannon. Junior Blake Jamison secured an All State recognition, shooting an even 75, 75 in the two-day event.
The Hawks also claimed third the previous week at the CISAA Conference Championships.
Season complete. The middle school golfers finished second at the conference tournament.
|Varsity Boys||The varsity boys' lacrosse team was the #6 seed in the NCISAA playoffs, and faced Country Day Saturday morning in the quarterfinals. The Hawks had a one goal lead at the half, and fought hard throughout the game, but fell just shy of the win (5-7). They finish their season with a 10-8 record. |
The girls' varsity lacrosse team faced Durham Academy in the semifinals and battled to a 14-13 win to make it to the championship. The final game was against Country Day, at Country Day, at noon on Saturday, and the Bucs came out shooting strong from the opening whistle. The Hawks fell 15-6 to end the season with an 11-5 record. Four players received All State honors: Gia Colombo, Cece Colombo, Callahan Phillips and Cece Monnin. Great season, Hawks!
The Hawks won the JV boys' lacrosse tournament Tuesday to cap off their season in style. The 8-5 win over Country Day gave them a 7-2 record for the season. Congrats Hawks!
Season complete. The JV girls lacrosse team finished with a 4-2 record.
|Middle School Boys|
Season complete. The middle school boys' lacrosse team finished with a 6-6 record.
|8th Grade Girls|
Season complete. The 8th grade girls' lacrosse team ended their season with a record of 4-9-1.
|7th Grade Girls|
Season complete. The 7th grade girls' lacrosse team finished their season with a 5-3 record.
The varsity girls soccer team did it again! Third consecutive NCISAA title! The Hawks shutout Durham Academy 4-0 at home in Tuesday's semifinal, then faced familiar foe Providence Day in the final Friday evening. These two powerhouse teams had played twice this season, with the first match-up going to the Chargers (0-2) and the second one ending in a double-over time tie (2-2). Friday's game was just as tight, scoreless through the half and with a huge crowd cheering on both teams. The Hawks set up for a corner kick with junior Sutton Jones sending the ball into play, and junior Claudia Dickey leaped in front of the far post to head it into the goal. That proved to be the only score of the night, and the Hawks defended their state champion status. Three players earned All-State honors: Claudia Dickey, Mary Elliott McCabe and Emily Wise. The team finished the season 18-1-2. Congrats Hawks!
The JV girls' soccer team ended their season on a high note, defeating Covenant Day to win the conference tournament Wednesday. The Hawks finished their season with an 11-2-1 record. Congrats!
|Middle School Girls|
Season complete. The middle school soccer team were conference tournament runners-up and ended their season 11-3.
Season complete. Varsity softball ended with a 4-16 record and did not earn an NCISAA playoff spot.
|Middle School Girls|
Season complete. The Hawks finished with a 2-9 record.
|Varsity Boys||Varsity boys' tennis earned the #4 spot in the NCISAA tournament seeding and faced #7 Greensboro Day in the quarterfinal. In spite of several close contests in both doubles and singles, the Hawks lost 7-2 matches. They finish their season with an 11-8 record. |
See pictures from the NCISAA quarterfinals here.
The JV tennis team finished 3rd out of 4 teams in the conference tournament to conclude their season.
|Middle School Boys|
Season complete. The middle school tennis team finished their season with a 7-4 record.
Varsity track and field competed in the NCISAA state championship meet Friday and Saturday. The boys' team finished fourth, and the girls finished third, with Providence Day taking first place in both.
There were many great performances and PRs, and you can see full results here.
State Champion Hawks:
Robert Fuller - discus (153' 1")
Click here for pictures from the competition.
Season complete. You can find results from the middle school track meets here.