Charles River School Fall Sports Wrap Up

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.
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