Week Of May 1-7, 2017

Girls Lacrosse

The St.Luke's Girls Varsity Lacrosse team enjoyed a fine week taking two of the three games they played.

The Storm first traveled to King on Tuesday, May 2 and came away with an excellent 11-8 win against their FAA rivals.

In another FAA contest on Thursday, May 4 the GVL fell to a very talented Sacred Heart team.

The girls bounced straight back on Saturday, May 6, to pick up their second win of the week against The Gunnery School. In a back and forth game SLS took control midway through the second period to earn a comfortable 19-12 win at home.

Next up: Girls Varsity Lacrosse is at home on Monday, May 8 against Rye Country Day School before celebrating Senior Day on Wednesday, May 10 vs Storm King School.

Boys Tennis

It was a week of extremes for Boys Varsity Tennis as they lost to a very strong Hopkins team at home 0-7 on Monday, May 1 before beating Millbrook by the same margin on Wednesday, May 3.

The Storm played some excellent tennis, in very blustery conditions, against the Mustangs and deserved the victory.

Next up: Boys Varsity Tennis celebrate Senior Day on Tues, May 9 at home vs King before the heading to Masters on Thursday, May 11.


Softball

Varsity Softball had a busy week with three games in the space of four days.

The team got off to a great start on Monday, May 1 with a comfortable 15-2 victory over FAA rival King. The game was close until a huge nine-run sixth inning from the Storm put the game out of reach for the Vikings.

The Softball squad earned back-to-back wins on Tuesday, May 2 as they traveled to The Canterbury School. In a much tighter contest SLS would leave it late before eventually earning a 4-2 victory.

The week ended with another close matchup this time against The Hopkins School. Unfortunately, the Storm couldn’t make it three-for-three on the week and they were edged 1-4.
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