Friday | February 23, 2018

The U12 basketball team rebounded, passed and shot their way to a convincing 37-19 win over the Bayview Glen Gryphons on Tuesday. An energetic first half performance by Max Babington got this going for the Cubs as they led by 7 at the break. The second half was highlighted by Finley Burke’s sharp shooting as he dropped ten quick points to ground the Gryphons. Jordan, Coen, Adam and Geoff also contributed buckets in our win. All members of the team played great defence. Great job guys. We look forward to our final tournament on Saturday at Crescent. Good luck team.

-Coach Conn

February 22nd, 2018

Posted In: Lower School, Sports

The U9 basketball team played TFS on Tuesday afternoon at Glendon. It was a defensive battle throughout the game with a final score of 12-8 for Crestwood. The whole team played exceptionally well, with Ben Maharaj leading the team in scoring. We are excited for our final tournament on Friday Feb. 23!

-Coach Kanfi

 

February 22nd, 2018

Posted In: Lower School, Sports

Dear Parents,

A few weeks ago, Crestwood students took part in an assembly during which they saw a performance, “The Power of One”, in which actors presented skits to vividly portray what bullying is, what can be done about it and how every child has “The Power of One”….. the power to report and deal with bullying when they see it. They learned about the roles in bullying: the bully, the target, the bystander and the upstander and they were shown examples of different types of bullying: physical, verbal, exclusion and cyber-bullying,

Wednesday, February 28th is Pink Shirt Day and all students and staff will be given a pink t-shirt to wear to symbolize that we, as a society, will not tolerate bullying of any kind.

The Grade 4 classes will be doing a presentation for the rest of the school.

Students do NOT need to wear their uniforms to school that day.

Thank you!

February 22nd, 2018

Posted In: Lower School

On Wednesday and Thursday, the Grade 6’s took part in a great Scientists in School session all about electricity.  Students explored static and current electricity, built series and parallel circuits, tested conductors and insulators, explored electromagnets, simple motors, and used their own energy to power a generator.  With Scientist Peter’s guidance, students were able to apply the concepts being taught in class to these hands-on experiments.  Next term, the Grade 6’s will move into an exploration of flight.

-Ms. Suckstorff

February 16th, 2018

Posted In: Lower School

The lone girl on the ice, Hannah Hurwitz set up two goals and Milo Tian registered 3 points as our U12 hockey defeated the UCC (gr.5) hockey team 6-1. The result was never in question as our team carried the play from puck drop until the final whistle. Jason Zhou had two points as did Sharkey Chen and Patrick Shain. Shain has shown remarkable improvement over the past two years and his hard work paid off with a goal and an assist. The final piece of the puzzle was goaltender Ethan Aptekar who was nearly perfect behind a very solid defense. Great job! We finish up our regular season next Thursday @UCC with a game versus their grade 6 team.

February 16th, 2018

Posted In: Lower School, Sports

On Tuesday, the Crestwood Badminton team hosted Branksome Hall for our second round of club play. Although illness had felled three of our players, our remaining athletes Ben, Chris, Jayin, Thato, and Evan rallied to compete in several doubles matches each. To vary the play, Crestwood players later teamed up with Branksome partners for some fun mixed doubles games. Coaches Krashinsky and Offman are proud of the team’s sportsmanship, flexibility, and efforts.

While this was our final match, we’ll continue to play together on Tuesdays until the March Break.

February 15th, 2018

Posted In: Lower School, Sports

The Crestwood community “brought the love” again this week for Gilo, Thomas, and Toni, our sponsored students in Tanzania. On Valentine’s Day, Crestwood students contributed toonies to don their red, white, and pink clothes for the day.  We raised $387 in support of our sponsorship initiative. Way to go!

As well, Crestwood Cares Community Service group would like to acknowledge the Morel Family Foundation’s extremely generous donation this week to our Be the Change campaign. This donation cemented our annual commitment to Neema International and is much appreciated.

In the third term, Ali Hanson, a Crestwood alumna who is the Assistant Director of Neema International, will be visiting to share more news of Thomas, Gilo, and Toni, as well as Neema International’s projects in Tanzania.

-Ms. Krashinsky

February 15th, 2018

Posted In: Lower School

February 15th, 2018

Posted In: Crestwood News

Crestwood’s YARRD (Youth against Racial and Religious Discrimination) held its annual Valentine’s Day Candy-Gram Toonie Grub Day.  All week long students have been hard at work preparing for the event, buying, selling, and making Candy-Grams, which were delivered Wednesday in homeroom.  Proceeds will go to support Native Child, maintaining Crestwood’s commitment to reconciliation.

February 15th, 2018

Posted In: Upper School

Last Friday, February 9th the Crestwood Community came together to celebrate the Spring Festival, or Chinese New Year. Students, parents and teachers gathered together to eat, celebrate and welcome the “year of the dog”. Student volunteers organized the event, hosted the evening and entertained the crowd with singing, dancing, musical acts and even a yo-yo demonstration. It was a great way to ring in the new year and celebrate an important cultural tradition. Gong xi fai cai, Crestwood!

               

              

               

February 15th, 2018

Posted In: Upper School

Crestwood students participated in UTMUN last weekend, braving the snow and the perils of international diplomacy as they debated and passed resolutions, and staved off or caused grave international conflict!  Congratulations to all the students, with a special mention to Tristan Agensky for his delegate award.

               

               

February 14th, 2018

Posted In: Upper School

Important Dates, Upcoming Events, and Financing Post-Secondary Education [VIDEOS] View Online
Important Dates, Events, and Financing Education | February 2018

An Evening with King’s – Toronto

* Free on-the-spot admissions *
* Applicants can enter a draw towin FYP books for next year *

Prospective students and their families are invited to join us onFebruary 22, 2018 for An Evening With King’s at the Grand Hotel in Toronto. Our alumni panelists will share their stories and show how a King’s degree can set students up for success in a variety of fields.

  • Colin Burn (BAH’05) is a Senior Associate at the law firm Stikeman Wlliott’s in Toronto
  • Emma Teitel (BA’11) is a Columnist at the Toronto Star
  • Emma Mew (BScH’14) is a Clinical Research Project Manager at The Hospital for Sick Children
  • Justis Danto-Clancy (BAH’11) is an emerging filmmaker who also works in theatre, and television
For details or to RSVP, visit us online.
March Break Open House

March Break Open House

Prospective students are invited to our upcoming Open House onMarch 16 to learn more about King’s, chat with faculty and staff,join a fun workshop, tour the campus, and dine in Prince Hall.

Free on-the-spot admissions!
D
oor prizes!

Students can RSVP online or get in touch with us to learn more about subsidized travel to our campus for the event.


Financing Your Education in Canada

Sharlene’s Tips for Financing Post-Secondary Education

February is a great time for students and their families to begin planning ahead for the Fall. In this video, our Student Accounts Officer, Sharlene Salter, shares her tips on financing post-secondary education. Want to know more? King’s recruiter Kim Gosse and Sharlene discuss students’ frequently asked questions.


Experience King's video
Experience King’s

We have a new video we’re excited to share with you! These 80 seconds were shot over two days. No actors were hired. Everyone who participated is playing themselves. This is who we are. We hope you enjoy.


Important Date: March 1st, 2018
  • Admission application deadline for entrance scholarship consideration
  • First semester finals and midterm high school transcripts due
  • Foundation Year Programme application deadline – all applicants
  • Bachelor of Journalism (Honours) application deadline – all applicants
  • Bachelor of Music application deadline – all applicants

 

February 13th, 2018

Posted In: Upper School

Happy Family Day Weekend!  
We wish everyone a very enjoyable Family Day long weekend.
Hope to see you at Trivia Night this Thursday, February 22 at Revival. It will be great fun for a great cause.
Next pizza lunch is this Friday, February 23.

February 13th, 2018

Posted In: Upper School

A Message Released by the Reach Organization

Reach has just been named the recipient of a $30,000 donation from TD Securities Underwriting Hope fund, and all because Alexa Gibson fiercely advocated on behalf of the charity! Alexa’s father, Glenn Gibson, works for TD Securities.

It all started when Alexa Gibson and her partner, both students at Crestwood Preparatory College selected Reach for their YPI Project in April 2017. The winners of the YPI Project have the opportunity to win $5,000 for their selected organization. Upon visiting Reach, Alexa said she chose the organization because Reach is so passionate about youth and helping kids with disabilities. When they were not selected by YPI, Alexa followed up with the organization and stated that she would continue to try and raise funds on her own!  Well she did just that and with the help of her father nominating Reach to the TD Securities Underwriting Hope fund – Reach received an unbelievable $30,000!

The $30,000 will support Reach’s Active All Year Initiative. The Active All Year Project provides sustainable programs for children and youth with disabilities to partake in physical activity and recreation, sport and art programs in communities across Ontario. Thank you to TD Securities Underwriting Hope for their support! Executive Director Dawn MacDonald said, “We owe Alexa and her parents Megan and Glenn Gibson a huge thank you for their dedication to raising critical funds for our work”.

About Reach…

Reach is a not-for-profit organization that supports essential, barrier free services connecting children and youth with disabilities to inclusive recreation, sport and art opportunities in their own communities.

February 13th, 2018

Posted In: Upper School

Basketball

The U14 Boys’ Basketball team ended their last game of the season this past Monday against Bayview Glen with an impressive 66-48 win.  Well done to the entire team for some great teamwork!  Playoffs begin end of February, please come out and support the Lions as they push to maintain their undefeated record this season.  Go Lions!

The Junior CISAA Boys’ Basketball team picked up a tough road victory at Hillfield Strathallan College to move to 11-0 in CISAA action. The Lions got off to a rough start, only scoring 5 points in the 1st quarter, and trailed 20-16 at the half. The offense picked up in the 2nd half as both Jesse Codron and Caiden Oshinowo hit 2 three-pointers, while K’Shawn Latty, Matthew Nelsons, and Jaden Langley-Thomas combined to score 28 points. The Junior boys led by as much as 12 in the 4th quarter before winning 56-50 at the final whistle.  The Crestwood Juniors will be back in action next Wednesday at Crescent as the try to complete a perfect 12-0 regular season!

Over the weekend, the Junior Prep Boys’ Basketball team competed in the Kawartha Classic, the largest Junior tournament in Ontario. The tournament, located in Peterborough, features 64 teams with 2 brackets of 32 teams each. The Lions entered the weekend ranked as one of the top teams in the tournament.  The Junior Prep boys did not disappoint in their two games last Friday, putting on a show in front of large crowds. In Game 1, the the Lions defeated Crestwood Secondary School, in front of the Peterborough school home fans, by a score of 83-51. In Game 2, the Lions took on Maxwell Heights. The Lions clamped down on defense and led 33-3 to start the game before winning 71-31. The win propelled the Juniors to an Elite Eight matchup on Sunday with J Clarke Richardson.  The Lions got off to a hot start and never looked back, winning 64-36.  In the Final Four, Crestwood had a tough matchup with the Bill Crothers, the Kawartha Classic defending champs. The Lions trailed for most of the game before a huge comeback gave the Juniors a late 3 point lead. Crestwood could not hold on though, as Bill Crothers took home the win 64-60.  The Crestwood Junior Prep record now stands at an impressive 21 wins and 4 losses on the season.

They have done it again!!! Our very own Crestwood Senior Boys’ DII team is RED HOT!  On Tuesday the boys visited Lakefield College and competed in their most competitive game so far.  For the majority of the game, our Lions trailed by as much as 12 points. Kabier Izzeldin’s putback dunk was a game changer. The Lions rallied back in the third quarter to take the lead by two points.  In the fourth quarter, there was no stopping the Crestwood defence.  Transition bucket after, transition bucket was second only to the hailstorm of 3 hit by Dave McCall.  The Lions returned to Toronto with the win over Lakefield 52 to 40.  Wednesday the Senior Boys’ DII had another nail-biter when they visited De La Salle.  The game started off very slowly with the Lions again being down 15 to 5 in the first quarter.   It seemed like there was a lid on the basket, shots just would not fall. However, the defence did it again!!!! The full court press and great ball pressure from Dave McCall, Cole Morrison, and Jacob Newman were unstoppable.  Erik Usher, Derek Boecker and Kabier Izzeldin capitalized on the guard play by securing every loose ball.  Special mention goes out to Kabier Izzeldin for his 6 blocks in the game. The Lions won 59 to 46.  Keep Working Hard Lions!

     

Curling

Monday, our Varsity Boys and U14 curling teams participated in the Olympics demonstration sport of Synchronized Curling, with both teams playing BVG, both teams scoring 9 points for a win, and both teams giving up only a single point in the fourth end.  Great effort!  Canada’s Olympics Mixed Doubles curling team was clearly inspired by these wins as they also went on to win the gold medal in Monday’s finals.  Good curling!

Hockey

The U-14 hockey team had the game of their season Thursday night, playing a beautifully executed match in a win over Country Day School. The boys looked terrific on the ice in terms of positioning and full team hustle. Eric Chen delivered 4 pucks to the back of the net on his birthday, with Adam Grunberg and Mateo Rocha joining him on the score sheet.  A huge shout out to Thomas Xiong, whose skating and defensive abilities have improved immensely since the beginning of the season.  Good job lions!

Tuesday night the Varsity Hockey Team traveled to Bond Lake Arena to take on a very strong HTS team and with a win, it would be the final piece to the puzzle to securing hosting rights in the CISAA Championships on March 2.  CPC looked sluggish at the start going down 1-0, but with some good goaltending and offensive support, the team was able to re-group and claw their way back to a 4-2 win.  With the win, CPC will be hosting this year’s CISAA Championships on March 2.

Thursday night the Varsity Hockey Team traveled to Port Hope in their final game of the regular season and the team did not disappoint.  Firing on all cylinders, CPC jumped out to a quick lead and never looked back.  Great play by all at both ends of the ice allowed CPC to finish off the year with an impressive 9-1 record.  The team will now prepare for the CISAA Championships on Friday, March 2 at Fenside Arena.  Mr. Vaillancourt and Mr. Tanev are proud of the hard work each player has demonstrated this season and we look to continue it in the Championships.

               

Swimming

The Varsity Swim Team had a great Championship Meet Wednesday! Congratulations to all swimmers who participated, and special thanks to Samantha Gardner and Danny He for helping out with timing.  Whether it was shaving off hundredths, tenths, or entire seconds, CPC proved that they were ready to race. Megan Pearlman made the OFSAA qualifying time in two of her events, winning her 100 Breaststroke.  Mohamed Basha also made the OFSAA cut in two of his events, placing 4th in both his 100 IM and 50 Fly.  Other top 6-finishers included Audrey Melkomov, Matthew Laslop, Marina Nevison, and Kaitlin Balter.  Coaches Wappel, Koiach, Lee, and Hecock are very proud! Be sure to come to our last practice on Tuesday!

February 13th, 2018

Posted In: Upper School

“Who was cursed as a baby by Malificent?” (Aurora/Sleeping Beauty)  “In order to escape from Dumbledore, Slughorn turned himself into what piece of furniture?”  (an armchair)
These were just 2 of 100 literary trivia questions that our Kids’ Lit Quiz team faced on Monday, February 5 at the Toronto heat of the Kids’ Lit Quiz competition, along with 93 other teams. After 4 months of “training”, the team was ready for the contest.  Some of the categories included:  Babies, Furniture, Noises, Trees, Twins.  Congratulations to Carly Sherman, Ally Sone, Regan Medcaf and Julia Glover.  Well done!
For more information about this international contest, visit  http://kidslitquiz.com/home.php
-Ms. L. Bafaro

February 11th, 2018

Posted In: Lower School

February 11th, 2018

Posted In: Lower School

We are pleased to announce that our annual trip to Beaver Valley Ski Club on Friday was a great success.  Beaver Valley boasts 20+ trails, ranging from beginner to advanced, as well as terrain for snowboards and trails for snowshoeing.  This day provided an excellent opportunity for first time, novice or experienced skiers to enjoy the slopes with their classmates and teachers. The excellent staff at BVSC tests all students (skiers and snowboarders) before they are permitted to hit the trails.  This one day event is a very popular and important component of the grade 4, 5 and 6 Physical Education program. We are looking forward to the 2019 ski trip already!

February 11th, 2018

Posted In: Lower School

On Wednesday, February 14th, Crestwood students are invited to don their red, white, and pink to celebrate Valentine’s Day. Please bring a toonie to contribute to Community Service’s ongoing fundraising drive in support of Neema International.

February 11th, 2018

Posted In: Crestwood News, Lower School

Crestwood students left no sofa cushion unturned this past week in their quest to gather stray coins to contribute to our Be the Change classroom challenge. Community Service students diligently collected, sorted, tallied, and rolled the tsunami of coins generously donated by students and their families.

We collected an incredible $4414.76 that we will use to continue our support of Thomas, Gilo, and Toni, the Tanzanian students Crestwood sponsors through Neema International.

http://neemainternational.org/

Congratulations to 2A who led the Primary division with an average of $29.36 raised per student, as well as to 4D, whose students brought in a whopping $42.17 per student. Your free grub day is on the way!

Thank you to all who supported this worthy cause.

– Ms. J. Krashinsky

February 11th, 2018

Posted In: Crestwood News, Lower School

Hockey

After a two week hiatus, the Varsity Hockey Team took to the ice last night against RSGC.  The team started off sluggish and slow, but were able to turn things around by the end of the second period.  With some spectacular saves by Roy Pejcinovski down the stretch and some explosive offence from Sam Li and Christian Campanelli, the team was able to cruise to a 4-2 victory.

Thursday night the Varsity Hockey traveled to Buffalo to take on Nichols School and the team did not disappoint.  Jumping out to a quick lead, Crestwood was no competition for Nichols on this day, defeating them 15-4!  Great play by all in both ends of the ice. After the game, the team celebrated with wings and soda at the Anchor Bar, home of the Buffalo Wing, before coming back home.  Your coaches are very proud of you and how you handled yourselves on this trip!
The U-14 Hockey team played a strong squad from Crescent last night, falling 7-1 to a strong offence.  The boys came out slow last night and had a steady stream of players parading to the penalty box, leaving us short-handed on the ice for most of the game, and therefore short-handed on the scoreboard.  Phillip Stroganov had a nice assist on Dylan Wilkinson’s beauty snipe for the only goal of the game.  The team’s last regular season game will be played next Wednesday at Country Day School.

Swimming

The Varsity Swim Team had another great meet Wednesday. Shout out to season rookie, Victor Stroganov, who posted fast times in all three of his events. Greg Quon absolutely smashed his 50 freestyle, having his best race of the season, and dropping 2.5 seconds! Megan Pearlman and Audrey Melkomov battled it out in the 100 backstroke, earning the gold and silver for CPC. Kaitlyn Balter had her second awesome meet in a row, posting another 3 best times! Although there were amazing swims from all swimmers, the best races were seen by Grade 12 student, Elizabeth Keane. It was her last competition as a CPC student, and she won both her heats, and dropped a stellar 7 seconds in her 100 freestyle! Congratulations to all swimmers! Coaches are excited for the Championship Meet on Valentine’s Day!

We travelled in style – it took the team effort to figure out how to open and close the door but we travelled together as a team in the new CPC bus.  That was the beginning of an awesome day.  Zach Black not only swam despite his injury but managed to achieve his all time personal best time.  James Gillingham smoked his 50m Freestyle, Chloe Werkin and Ben Davidson achieved best times in both the 50m Freestyle and 50m Breaststroke.  Grace Geng was nervous but attempted all of her events and did a stellar job.  The highlight of the day goes to our relay team of Jordan Nikolov, Chloe Werkin, Benjamin Davidson, and James Gillingham who’ve all swam their absolute best to save the day.  Special thanks goes to Amy Cai who not only helped us time the event but also coached other swimmers refine their strokes.

Basketball

In their opening game Thursday morning the Senior Boys Prep team beat GTA North with a world-class defensive showing the final score was 72 to 48!!!  As the boys moved to their second game Thursday night against NPA rival Toronto Basketball Academy, it was a nail-biter. Our Lions began the game up 17 to 2 in the first quarter, however, TBS battled back to end the half up by 3!  This was a heated battle from start to finish. Our Crestwood Lions struggled from the charity stripe all game. However, hustle play after hustle play and offensive rebounding by the guards and bigs kept us neck and neck with TBA. Great shooting from Trevon Tomas brought CPC back from being down by 7 to being down by 3. A clutch 3 pointer from Elijah Fisher woke the entire gym and it was a brand new ball game all over again with only 3 minutes left on the clock.  Our Lions headed into DOUBLE OVERTIME with Somachi Agbapu hitting the winning basket in the paint to seal the deal, crowning CPC the victor.  The Sr. Prep Boys will be playing this Saturday at 2:30 pm at John Polanyi in the Semi-Finals.  Go Lions Go!

February 9th, 2018

Posted In: Upper School

Please see below, a message from New Paramount Studios.

February 9th, 2018

Posted In: Upper School

This year’s multicultural day was once again a big success!  The grade 8 and 9 geography students put on a fantastic symposium of food.  They successfully showcased their country’s culture, climate, politics and especially native dress.  We successfully raised enough money to cover our 3 foster kids once again. Thank you to all those who participated in today’s festivities!

               

     

February 9th, 2018

Posted In: Upper School

On Monday, Mr. Jull led a group of Grade 7 and 8 students to the Mattamy Athletic Centre at Ryerson University to participate in the Toronto Regional Heat of the Kids Lit Quiz competition.  This is an international contest where teams of elementary-aged students answer questions from the genres of classical and contemporary children’s literature.  Crestwood’s team has been meeting since October to learn and practice questions about fables, fairy tales, nursery rhymes, Greco-Roman mythology, Narnia, and, of course, Harry Potter!  While our team was not one of the five teams out of the 95 in the competition to progress to the national finals, everyone had a good time and was inspired to continue reading and come back next year.  Mr. Jull would like to thank team captain Grace Geng, along with team members Simran Anand, Alex Wagner, Evan Goldman and Benjamin Davidson.

February 9th, 2018

Posted In: Upper School


Applications for the Summer 2018 #YouthAmbassadors Program with Canada are now OPEN! The program brings together students, ages 15 to 18 who will not be graduating June 2018, and adult mentors from across Canada to promote mutual understanding, increase leadership skills, and position youth to make a difference in their communities.

The Youth Ambassadors Program with Canada is a fully-funded intensive program that will run from July 16 to August 4, 2018, with three segments:

1) Pre-departure orientation in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, from July 16th to July 17th.
2) Exchange experience in the United States of America, to include:

  • a) Plattsburgh, New York, and the Adirondack Park, from July 18th to July 28th.
  • b) Washington, D.C., from July 29th to August 3th.

3) Return home travel by August 4th followed by implementation of post-exchange community service activities in Canada, reporting, and alumni engagement.


 

February 9th, 2018

Posted In: Upper School

Upcoming Events
P.A.  Coffee and Meeting – February 15 at 8:45 am
Please join us for coffee and conversation in the boardroom. Everyone is invited to attend and the coffee is really good.
Trivia Night – February 22
Come out for a great evening at Revival for Trivia Night in support of The Crestwood Foundation.
Pizza Lunch – February 23

February 9th, 2018

Posted In: Upper School

Mr. Scott Masters and students from the Grade 12 History class will be visiting Branch 10 of the Royal Canadian Legion, where they will deliver a talk on “The Asian Perspective in WW2”, using testimony from their oral history interviews.  The talk will take place at 11AM on Saturday, February 24 – a great event for those who want some history on a Saturday morning!

February 9th, 2018

Posted In: Upper School

This year’s “Be the Change” drive is in full swing!

Community Service students have been busy this week, collecting, counting, and sorting the mountains of loose change that have been generously donated in the classroom collection boxes. By Thursday, $3091.30 had been collected so far for Neema International to continue our sponsorship of Gilo, Thomas, and Toni. Outstanding!

Community Service will continue to collect donations until Monday, February 5. A free “grub” day will be awarded to the Primary class and to the Junior class that generate the greatest donation amount per student.

Your response is amazing, Crestwood!  Together, we’re making a meaningful difference in the lives of Thomas, Toni, Gilo, and in their community.

February 2nd, 2018

Posted In: Lower School

Ella Lee-O’Rourke (class of ’22), Chiara Codron (class of ’23), Kian Torabi (class of ’22) spent their PA day at this year’s Future Prize 2018 organized by Future Design School. Our Crestwood team named “Kids of Tomorrow!”  spent five hours prior to the contest to survey and interview users and research possible solutions. The group decided on tackling the problem: “How might we leverage innovative technology to provide Toronto citizens a convenient and effective way to sort waste?”
Click here to view photos.

February 2nd, 2018

Posted In: Upper School

The U12 Basketball team used a complete team effort to capture a victory at Country Day School Cyclones on Wednesday. Every player contributed in a positive way. After facing some very tough talent as of late it was certainly a welcome win for a team that always works hard from the tip to the final whistle. Finley, Jordan, Geoff and Justin handled the bulk of the offense while Max, Rickey, Seth, Farnood, Ben and Coen drove a defense that was tenacious all game. Congrats lads and we are back at it on Monday when we hit the hardwood at Montcrest School for a 4PM tip.

February 2nd, 2018

Posted In: Lower School, Sports

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