Charles River School had a stellar fall season. Boys' and girls' soccer had dominant winning records and co-ed field hockey had a solid .500 record. The Otters really showed how tough and ferocious they can be!
Girls' soccer, coached by CRS faculty member Billy Beauzile, was a force to be reckoned with, finishing with a record of 8 wins, 1 loss, and 2 ties. The team was led by eighth-graders Kathrine Margulis and goalie Mary Cate Clayton. The girls’ only loss came as a 2-1 defeat against the Montrose School, which was comprised of middle school and high school girls.
Boys' soccer, coached by David Bobruff and Nick Young, had a tremendous season as well and finished with a record of 7 wins, 2 losses, and 1 tie. Eighth graders Colin Levine and Julian Ram-Tylerbest were outstanding leaders and role-models for all the boys on the team.
Field hockey, coached by CRS faculty members Kathleen Boucher-Lavigne and Jen Worthington, had a strong season. They finished with a record of 4 wins, 4 losses, and 1 tie. The team was led by eighth-graders Emerson Hebert-Maccaro, Oakley Robbins and Eva Tutin, whose first year as goalie really showed off a hidden talent.
Cross Country had a great season, coached by CRS faculty members Elena Pereira and Paul Rupprecht. The team was led by seventh and eighth-graders Vivian Sass, Owen Wigren, Ben Fogler, and Sarah James. The team showed consistent improvements throughout the season, and every runner improved their two-mile times by a considerable amount. The regular scorers for the team were fourth-graders Luke Ramos-Starmer, Austin O'Leary, Kyle Prusov; fifth-graders Casey Grimm, Caleb Stokes; seventh-graders Owen Wigren, Ben Fogler; eighth-grader Vivian Sass.
Charles River School is a PreKindergarten through Grade 8 independent school that honors the pursuit of academic excellence and the joy of childhood. We nurture each child by igniting curiosity, encouraging creativity, and cultivating intellectual engagement. Our graduates know themselves, understand others, and shape the future of our diverse world with confidence and compassion.