In a 3-1 win in the finals against top-seeded King at the Wooster School, setter Claire Comey played a significant role with 30 assists for the Dragons. Sarah Young and Victoria Engh contributed 15 kills apiece. On defense, Rachel Schwimmer contributed 21 digs.
In the semifinal win over Cheshire Academy (27-25, 25-22, 25-23), the Dragons made one big play after another to keep pace with an equally aggressive opponent. The Dragons proved to have an advantage at the net as they notched a season-high 43 kills.
In the 3-0 win over Wooster (25-12, 25-10, 25-9), the Dragons traded points to start the match, but found a rhythm midway through the first set. The Dragons relied on consistent passing and were in attack mode on offense, and stood tough defensively by controlling the rallies. The team was led on defense by Rachel Schwimmer, who had 16 digs, while Young and Engh combined for 12 digs. Young added 10 kills. Allie Anderson was impressive from the service line as she collected 19 service points.
Boys soccer -- The Dragons lost 7-3 to Millbrook in the quarterfinals of the New England Tournament on Nov. 14. The Dragons, who went undefeated and finished first in the Fairfield Athletic Association, as well as first in the WNEPSSA C Division, had a few of their players honored by the conference this season. Seniors Spencer Hartig and Munir Qaddourah, and junior Brendan Bieder, were named to the WNEPSSA All-Star team. Head coach Chris Mira, who led the Dragons to a 13-1 record during the regular season, was selected to coach the game.
Girls soccer -- The Dragons topped Rye Country Day School 2-0 in extra time in the New England Tournament's opening round on Nov. 14, before falling in the semifinals last Saturday.
The Dragons fell 2-0 to Brewster Academy in the semifinals. Brewster Academy scored one goal in each half and never allowed the Dragons to capitalize on any chances.
Throughout the first eighty minutes against Rye Country Day, both teams were competitive and still, both failed to record a goal. The Dragons finally broke through in the first minute of extra time when Phebe Wong crossed the ball into the box and Meighan Grady got a foot on the ball. Tia Carson finished the ball for the goal. After that, the Dragons defended their lead and set their sights on adding another goal.
With just one minute left in the second overtime, Wong received a ball and took it up the pitch past two defenders before pocketing it for a 2-0 lead.