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Rams of the Week: December 4-10, 2017

Avery Jamieson '18 (Spring City Pa.) Boys' Varsity Squash
Avery Jamieson played for the boys’ varsity squash team last week Wednesday against Princeton Day School and won her match 3-0. When I asked her if she would be willing to play for the boys team, she didn’t hesitate to respond and was up for the challenge. She was the first match of the day and set the bar high for the rest of the team. She played superb squash and showcased excellent sportsmanship and determination.

Alfonso Mestre '19 (Dorado, Puerto Rico) Boys' Swimming
The boys team competed in the 47th Hill Relays this past Saturday, and Alfonso was on the 4x800 freestyle relay and swam the last leg. His team was behind a full length of the pool and in second place. Alfonso managed to close the gap with each length of the pool and overtook his Germantown Academy competitor to win the relay for the boys by 3 seconds!

Paul Henson '21 (Royersford Pa.) JV Boys' Basketball
Paul has been an amazing member of the team this year. Despite coming back from an elbow injury, Paul is a consistently hard worker everyday day in practice and in every game we have played. Last week when we played a very challenging EA team, Paul worked relentlessly on offense and defense to try and help us win. I appreciate his hard work and dedication to the sport and look forward to seeing his hard work pay off through the rest of the season.

Kennedy Becker '20 (Ringoes NJ) Girls' Diving
Kennedy Becker is a newcomer to the sport of diving, but has utilized her competitive background as a gymnast to take on each new dive with poise and grit. She has recently made a number of big breakthroughs in her training as she has kicked some gymnastics habits and is learning how to ride the board. Her hard work and positive attitude each day makes her a pleasure to coach and a great teammate to be around. Go Kennedy!

Justin Adedinsewo '19 (Pottstown Pa.) Varsity Boys' Basketball
Justin provided a big spark off the bench in Hill’s win on Saturday against New Hampton. Overcoming an ankle injury that happen in the beginning of the season, Justin showed a lot of heart as he provided defense and five points during a pivotal stretch of the game.

Caroline Lee '18 (Seoul, South Korea) Indoor Track and Field
The 3200 meter race is one of the most lonely and mentally taxing races in Winter track, even more so when you are the only competitor for 20 laps. Caroline Lee was barely able to run, fighting off shin splints and other pains, but she took one for the team and ran an excellent 13:12 (only 29 seconds away from the school record), and scored 5 points for the team. Super job, and good start to the season along with the 6:08 mile from the previous week.

Antoine Neveu '19 (Hellertown Pa.) Indoor Track and Field
Antoine was new to Winter Track and ran his first 800 meter race last week. This week he had a nice improvement and won the 800 in 2:19.54, leading from start to finish. He also contributed greatly to the 4 x 400 relay team with the fastest split, at 59 seconds. His work ethic is strong and there will be more progress down the road.

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