The Fall Sports Season

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The Fall Sports Season

Abigail Rathbone, staff writer

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Now coming to a close, the fall sports season has met quite a difficult run

Although it has a been a tough time for most of the teams, the 2018 Fall sports season is starting to come to and end, but thankfully some teams managed to pull through and made it to playoffs.

Boys’ soccer  has done great this year with a record of 8 wins, 4 losses, and 2 ties. They’ve saved a spot for themselves this year in the playoffs thanks to their great coaches Jon and Troy Remilard. According to senior and goalie for the team Evan Smith what helped his team make playoffs, “I believe that what helped us is having a pretty old team with experience playing along with a good core of young talent that has been eager to step up and play.”

Girls’ soccer also made playoffs this year thanks to their record of 8 wins, 4 losses, and 2 ties. This year the girls played Chicopee Comprehensive High School -a division one school. The girls team for the opposing school came in expecting to win but were beat in an ending score of 2-1. The girls team this year has been training for the season since late July and have put in so much dedication and time to make the playoffs. All thanks to their amazing coaches Nick Marciano, Dave Denault, and Celso Sandoval, and for all the effort everyone has put in as they expect to make it past the first round this year.

The golf team which is coached by Greg Koss has done exceptionally well this year with a record of 8 wins and 10 losses. Luckily they actually got to play considering almost all of their matches were rescheduled due to being rained out.

As for other sports that have put in so much effort and commitment, this year was just not their year. For coach Peter Farr, his team didn’t make it far this year with a record of 2 wins and 4 losses. Field hockey, coached by Heather Korsic, had a very tough season with an ending record of 2 wins, 9 losses and 1 tie. They hope to be better the following year. And last but not least Boys and Girls Cross Country -coached by Richard Whalers and Jennifer McDiarmid- had 0 wins and 2 losses.

So as we say farewell to our fall sports this year, wish good luck to those that are making it into playoffs, and send luck for the following year.