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Fall Season Wrap Up

Daniel Clarke
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St. Luke’s athletics enjoyed another productive and successful fall season, which featured many noteworthy highlights and achievements across all six varsity sports.

Volleyball enjoyed another exciting season, finishing with an overall record of 15-6 and reaching both the Fairchester Athletic Association (FAA) tournament and New England Preparatory School Athletic Council (NEPSAC) tournament semifinals. The Storm fell just short in its matchups against Sacred Heart Greenwich and Kingswood Oxford School, respectively. 

The St. Luke’s cross country team had an excellent season, with a number of top 10 finishes in both the boys and girls races. Danny Gall ’23 was outstanding for the Storm, winning the FAA championship race, as well as one of the earlier meets, and finishing second in the NEPSTA Division Four Championship Race. Danny and Brian Gall ’23, Will Drapkin ’24, Hanna Zable ’26, and Kathleen Coffey ’25 all qualified for the NEPSAC All-Star meet, where the top 20 runners from Class 1-4 compete.

Suffering a number of injuries, varsity football had a difficult season, but continued to work hard until the end. The hard work paid off with a tremendous come-from-behind 21-18 win against Greenwich Country Day School on the final day of the season.

The St. Luke’s field hockey team struggled to hit the heights of its 2021 season but recorded solid wins against Kennedy Catholic School, Holy Child, Hamden Hall, and Kingswood Oxford. The Storm finished 4-13 overall and will look to build on its record next year.

Boys varsity soccer had a tremendous season, winning the FAA regular season title outright for the first time since 2009. On a dramatic final day, goals from Peter Lewis ’24 and Javier Minuesa ’25 secured a 2-0 win for the Storm against Masters, sending St. Luke’s to the top of the table. The team finished with an overall record of 11-4-4 after tough losses to Greenwich Country Day School in the FAA tournament semifinal and Millbrook School in the NEPSAC quarterfinals. The future looks bright for St. Luke’s boys varsity soccer, though, as they will welcome back a number of players next fall.

Girls varsity soccer also enjoyed another successful season, winning the regular season title after a 1-0 win against Greenwich Academy. With 10 seconds remaining, Camdyn Nelson ’25 scored to give St. Luke’s the victory in a very tense game against the Gators. St. Luke’s also finished as runners-up in the FAA tournament, losing a heartbreaking final 1-2 to Greens Farms Academy. The Storm qualified for the NEPSAC tournament as the number four seed but fell to the eventual tournament winner, Brewster Academy, in the semifinals.

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