Greens Farms Academy roundup
Against Harvey, junior Sean Obi (20 points) and junior captain Hunter Eggers (17 points) led the Dragons.
Seventh grader Tremont Waters (10 points, nine assists), sophomores Kam Mickens (nine points) and Matt Tate (eight points) and freshman Zach Baines (nine points, seven rebounds) also contributed. Senior captain Brien Comey (Westport) and Obi each had three blocked shots.
Eggers (12 points, four assists) led the Dragons against Hamden Hall. Waters (10 points, three assists), Tate (nine points, five assists), junior Patrick Ryan (eight points) and Comey (five points) also contributed. Despite being doubled-teamed, Obi (10 points, 13 rebounds, four assists) raised his double-double streak to 28 games.
The GFA girls basketball lost 39-20 at King last week to drop to 2-3.
Junior captain Meighan Grady (six points) led the way and played tough defense. Freshman Campbell Goldsmith (four points) also played tough defense and grabbed many rebounds. Scoring two points each were junior Asya Evans, sophomore Hillary Shannon and freshmen Claire Comey and Lily Canaan. Junior captain Miranda Princi, freshman Olivia Lennon and sophomore Caroline Kruk all played tough defense and forced turnovers in the second half.
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The GFA girls squash team lost 5-2 last week to Greenwich Academy.
At No. 1 senior captain Emily Caldwell and No. 2 freshman Charlotte Kreitler both won their matches, sweeping their opponents in straight sets. Sophomore Olivia Taylor took her opponent to four games at No. 4, but was not able to pull off the victory.
The GFA boys squash team lost 4-3 to King, and 7-0 to Hopkins.
Against King, No. 3 freshman Scott Brown played a dominating match winning 3-0. At No. 5 and No. 6 junior Reid Manning and freshman Griffin Garner (Westport), won 3-0. At No. 4 and No. 7 sophomore Ryan Schendel and freshman Rui Aguiar lost, 3-2.
Brown won a game in the team's loss to Hopkins.
Senior Weston Tardie was the standout wrestler for the GFA wrestling team at the Shelton Invitational Tournament Saturday, Dec. 17 against some very tough teams from around the state. While the Dragons competed well they were unable to have any place winners.