Athletics News


  • November

    Gianni Thompson, Tom Nelson, and Kyrell Luc.

    Luc and Thompson Sign to Play D1 B-Ball

    Congratulations to Kyrell Luc '21 and Gianni Thompson '21 on signing their National Letters of Intent to play Division I basketball at the College of the Holy Cross and Boston College, respectively!
  • July

    Thompson to Play at Boston College

    Congratulations to Gianni Thompson '21 on his verbal commitment to the Boston College Men's Basketball team!
  • June


    End of Year Athletic Awards

    Congratulations to our 2019-2020 athletic award winners!
  • April

    Kyrell Luc was named NEPSAC Double A Player of the year.

    NEPSAC Recognition

    Kyrell Luc '21 and Gianni Thompson '21 were recently recognized for their outstanding play during the 2019-2020 season.
  • March

    Lead Daniel Murray ‘23, Skip Karly Hamilton ‘21, Second Nico Jaffer ‘23, and Vice Lily Goodman ‘22.

    Curling Brings Home Another Trophy!

    Congratulations to "Brimmer 4" (Skip Karly Hamilton ‘21, Vice Lily Goodman ‘22, Second Nico Jaffer ‘23, and Lead Daniel Murray ‘23) on winning their Class B Curling Championship!
  • Middle School and JV Award recipients pose with their trophies.

    Winter Athletic Awards

    Congratulations to our 2019-2020 Winter Athletic Award recipients!
  • February

    Kyrell Luc Reaches 1,000 Points!

    Congratulations to Kyrell Luc '21 for scoring his 1,000th career point vs. Kimball Union Academy!

  • January

    Fall All-Scholastic Athletes

    Congratulations to Miles Munkacy '20 and Brian Gamble '23 for being named Boston Globe All-Scholastics.
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