Sports, sports and more sports
I am so sorry for the continued sporty theme of my glog entries, but yesterday was a great day for the athletics at Gould Academy.
The cycle team dominated at some speedway, with the boys A team solidifying there place as the team to beat in New England. The rest of the team did well too, as reported by Coach Peter Southam.
Woody reported straight sets victories from the JV tennis team. Sorry no pictures from those events.
And Coach Masters-Seikman invited everyone to come and watch more “beautiful tennis” this weekend at the parents weekend. Pictured is Kiley Hagerty, my fellow glogger.
Boys baseball gave a late surge, but lost the game 18-22. I know George Murphy (pictured) a freshman, pitched some great innings after Tom Duggan started the game well.
The LAX teams also did well with the JV team earning a tie at Kentshill, and the varsity team playing their first true home game, winning against Proctor. Pictured is Joe Johnson, who scored 8 goals. The first win against a Lake Regions team for quite a while. Man of the match went to goalie Marty Donovan. With 21 saves, 9 coming in the 4th quarter.
Enjoy the pictures. (Note: on most computers, putting the mouse on the picture and clicking. Enlarges picture)
Until next week
Chris D & Helen
We just watched the Spring musical “Your a Good Man Charlie Brown” and I would love to tell you that there was a stand out performance….But there wasn’t…. The whole cast were FABULOUS…..!!! If you get the chance, get yourselves to Bingham Auditorium on Saturday 10th May for a 7:30pm performance.
“Two thumbs up” from Davies and Davies