Week of April 10-16, 2017

Varsity Softball

The SLS Softball team traveled to The Masters School in Dobbs Ferry on Weds.4/12 for a scrimmage.  Both offense and defense were clicking in the 17-1 victory.  Riley Page ‘19 pitched a nearly flawless four innings giving up just two hits and one run.  Emma Cropper ‘19 came on to close in the 5th and struck out two out of three batters.
On offense, the bats were hot! Maya Klein '18 went 4-4, with 1 RBI, Noelle Ruschil '18 went 2-3 with 3 RBI's, Courteney Newman ‘18 went 1-3, with 3 RBI's, Allie Ferris '18 went 2-4 with 1 RBI and Riley Page went 2-3 with 1 RBI.
The team has a busy week coming up. Monday 4/17, they travel to Cheshire for a 4:30 game, Wednesday 4/19, is the home opener at Onatru field 3:00pm vs FAA rival Rye Country Day School before a third contest of the week on Saturday 4/ 22, vs Millbrook at Onatru Park at 3pm.



Varsity Golf

The St Luke’s Varsity Golf team is off to a great start this season with two big wins against King and GFA.

On Wednesday, April 12th SLS played the make-up match against King at Sterling Farms. St Luke’s won all of our matches. The strong squad was led by  Mark Gertsen ‘19 who shot 39 for medalist.

On Thursday, April 13 The Storm won 6-3 against Greens Farms Academy on our home course at New Canaan Country Club. Jake Lustig ‘17 tied for medalist with a GFA player.  


Boys Varsity Tennis

Boys tennis just had the one game this week when the team traveled to Brunswick on Wednesday 4/12. Despite some very close matches the team would fall 0-7 against a very talented opponent.
Next up for BVT are matches against Rye Country Day School on Monday 4/16 at Suny Purchase College at 4:15pm and another road trip to Wilton High School on Wednesday 4/16 at 3:30pm.

Varsity Baseball

It was an exciting finish for St. Luke’s Varsity Baseball on Wednesday 4/12 with the Storm all tied up going into extra innings. Colin Meany’17 found the gap to get the runner home in the bottom of the 8th resulting in a 3-2 final vs. The Hopkins School.  
 
It was a beautiful day for baseball for SLS at Rye Country Day School on Thursday 4/13. SLS got off to a great start with an impressive in the park home run by Meany and a strong hitting performance by Andrew Correia ‘17. Sadly, after taking a lead into the 3rd inning, the Wildcat’s bats proved to be too hot despite the Storm’s early efforts and St. Luke’s took the loss 4-9.
 
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