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Ten Sacred Heart Greenwich athletes received postseason honors, after excelling in their respective sports during the winter season.
Senior Leah Atkins was a NEPSAC Class A All-Star Team selection and was an All-FAA Second Team selection. A guard/captain, Atkins was one of the leading scorers for the Tigers, who advanced to the semifinal-round of the FAA Tournament.
After extending its title run at the recent U.S. High School Championships, the Greenwich Academy squash team capped its season Sunday by continuing another streak.
With six players winning their respective divisions, Greenwich Academy kept its tight grip on the New England Interscholastic Squash Association Class A championship.
Another season, another FAA championship for the Greenwich Academy swimming team.
Behind eight first-place finishes and a wealth of impressive performances, Greenwich Academy placed first in the team standings at the FAA Championships for the fourth consecutive season on Saturday at Hopkins School.
Sacred Heart Greenwich produced a winning performance at the inaugural U.S. Interscholastic Team Squash Championships on Saturday.
Victorious in all three of its matches, Sacred Heart’s varsity B team won the tournament, which was coordinated by US Squash and held in Providence, Rhode Island.
Varsity Field Hockey Coach Alex Gheorghe named MAX Field Hockey 2019 Northeast Region and Connecticut State Coach of the Year.