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Weekly Roundup: 10/5–10/11

October 11, 2015
Rachel Crane qualified for the County Championship in the 100 breatstroke

Rachel Crane qualified for the County Championship in the 100 breatstroke (Photo Credit: Bruce Jeffrey)


Boys’ Soccer

  • The Bears continued their hot streak on Wednesday with a 1-0 win over Smithtown Christian in the Holy War. It was the third straight win for the Brook and got them back in the thick of the playoff hunt. Alvaro Martinez Torres scored his second game-winner in as many games!


Girls’ Soccer

  • The Bears swept the Holy War for a 4th straight year with a 2-1 victory over Smithtown Christian on Thursday. Morgan Pius and Jessica Nwachukwu scored for the Brook.


Girls’ Tennis

  • 8th-grader Sadhana Sridhar earned a berth in the Division III Championship on Tuesday. Sridhar was the top seed going into the tournament after finishing the regular season undefeated at #1 singles.


Girls’ Cross Country

  • On Thursday the Bears ran to a 2nd place finish at the Knipfing Memorial Invitational. Miranda Harrigan finished in 2nd overall for the Brook in 20:36.


Boys’ Cross Country


Girls’ Swimming

  • On Thursday, the Bears fell to an excellent East Hampton team, 73-83, but several individuals had standout performances. Rebecca Crane won the 50 yard freestyle (26.72) and the 500 yard freestyle (6:18.81). Rachel Crane won the 100 yard breaststroke in 1:17.98. Wura Obasanjo, Dasha Romanova, Catherine Maglione, and Francine Leung won the 200 yard freestyle relay (2:28.00) and Rebecca Crane, Josie Levy, Rachel Crane, and Kate Jones won the 400 yard freestyle relay (4:30.16). View the complete results here.
  • During the East Hampton meet Rachel Crane and Rebecca Crane qualified for the Suffolk County Championships in the 100 breaststroke and the 50 freestyle, respectively.


Photo of the Week

Murray Barber and Bruce share a special moment

Murray Barber and Bruce share a special moment


Alumni News

  • On Friday, Mikaela Stiklickas ’13 recorded 4 saves for New Paltz in a 0-0 double-overtime tie with SUNY Potsdam.
  • This week Bear alums were 1-5-2 and are 30-31-6 on the season.


Bear Bites

  • The Top Plays of the week.
  • Introducing the Hall of Fame Class of 2015.
  • The Athletic Department converted old film reels of football games from five different decades for viewing during Homecoming Weekend. The games include a 7-6 win over Poly Prep in 1946, a 19-13 win over Poly Prep in 1957, a 40-6 win over Hackley in 1969, a 28-8 win over Friends in 1976, and a 42-21 win over St. Agnes in 1983.
  • In honor of National Coaches Day on Oct. 6th, we compiled a series of images of our great coaches through the years.


Tweet of the Week


Roar of the Week

Where we give the animal kingdom equivalent of a shout out.

Our boys’ and girls’ soccer goalies each came up with big saves in 1-goal wins over Smithtown Christian this week. David Choi make three big stops in the first half to keep the Knights off the board, then made a stop in the closing seconds to preserve the 1-0 win. Fiona Farrell made a huge save on a tricky corner kick with 5 seconds left to help the Bears hang on to a 2-1 victory.


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