Doors of the Week

Congratulations to this week’s Doors of the Week!

Girls Varsity Water Polo: Annabelle Martin ‘24
Benefitting from valuable “on-the-job” experience, Annabelle Martin ‘24 continues to gain confidence in the goal.  She blocked several shots by Greenwich’s best players and then commanded the cage against Andover, refusing to relent when opposing players tried to challenge her after saves.

Boys Varsity Tennis: Ethan Li ’25
During a tumultuous week with a variety of challenges, successes, and disappointments, Ethan demonstrated tremendous resilience and determination in the face of it all.  Each time Ethan encountered a setback on the court, he used it as an opportunity to grow and improve.  As a freshman member of a varsity team, Ethan has help lift his teammates emotionally and he is a model of support and collaboration.  In addition to his positive influence and resilience, Ethan helped the team to a third place finish this weekend at the Kingswood-Oxford tournament, with a record of 4-2 in singles and doubles.  Though he is a newcomer, he has certainly made his mark on this team.

Varsity Softball: Allie Kostiuk ’25
Allie Kostiuk is Varsity Softball’s Door of the Week!  Allie is hardworking, fearless, and full of smiles at every practice.  She is  always willing to support the team and fill any void on the field.  Allie has grown as a softball player and teammate since March, and we are thrilled she is a member of our squad this season!  Thanks for your hard work, Allie!  Keep it up!

Girls Rowing: Emily Rice ’24
A Door of the Week candidate is Emily Rice who stepped in for a missing rower and did a great job during the scrimmage.

Varsity Baseball: Jack Chorske ’22
Varsity baseball is excited to select Jack Chorske as our DOTW. Jack has really stepped up on the mound for varsity baseball this spring. Jack has pounded the zone consistently with strikes and has proven to be a very dependable reliever out of the bullpen. His command of all three of his pitches has kept our opponents off of the scoreboard. Keep up the fantastic work Jack!

 

Music: Josh Harvey ’22
Josh has been a solid rock at the foundation of the Twelfth Night Orchestra as our electric bassist. His personal work outside of rehearsals and confident performances in group sessions provide the glue that has held the band together during this first phase of our preparation for the musical production in May.

Art: Lily Lin ‘23
Art installation by Lily Lin’23 – “Happy Chinese New Year from the U.S.A.”

Boys JV Tennis: Jack Willett ’23
The DOTW for boys JV tennis is Jack Willett. Jack is our captain this season and as a returning player, has already done a great job setting a good example for the rest of the team. He stepped up in another player’s absence this weekend and played in the #1 slot against Cardigan and is always willing to do whatever he can to help the team out.

Girls JV Lacrosse: Anna Zusi ’22
This week’s DOTW for JV Lax is Anna Zusi. She has brought high energy to each of our practices, putting her all into each drill, and implementing the skills we work on in practice in competitions. Her hat trick in our scrimmage against St. Mark’s propelled the team to an emphatic win, and she is a firecracker on the draw circle and throughout the midfield, showing tenacity fighting for balls in the air and on the ground. Keep up the great work Anna – we’re excited to have you in the JV Lax family this spring!

Girls Varsity Lacrosse: Lourdes Klem ‘22
The Door of the Week for GVLax is Lourdes Klem.  Lourdes made 14 saves in her first two games and was instrumental in our win over St. Marks.

Boys JV Lacrosse: Max Abene ’22
This week’s Door for the JV Boys Lacrosse team is Max Abene.  Max is an intense competitor and great teammate whose efforts led the way for the big green in their 6-3 win over Avon and paved the way for an excited 9-9 come from behind tie against Westminster.  Max has controlled the game by dominating the faceoff and outworking our opponents on groundballs.  His unselfish play makes his teammates better each day. Go Big Green!

Girls Track & Field: Jasmine Decossard ‘22
After joining the team last year, this student has persevered and worked hard to improve her times. She puts in her whole effort on the track as she leans into the workouts. She recently agreed to join the 4×100 team and will be travelling to Penn Relays for the first time. As it is early in the season, we look forward to seeing what she can accomplish this season. The Girls’ Track and Field Door of the Week goes to Jasmine Decossard.

Theatre: Aviel Alexander ’25
Aviel is a dedicated and thoughtful ensemble member. He takes physical and emotional risks without falter and is a fantastic leader. Without fail, he shows up to rehearsals memorized and ready to do the work, figuratively and literally lifting up members of our company. He is doing wonderful job creating an engaging character and is an absolute joy to work with.

Go Big Green!

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