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Athletic Recaps: Spring Sports

Boys Varsity Tennis: Hebron suffered its first defeat of the season against an exceptional Berwick squad by a margin of 2-3.

Hebron 9th grader Mateo Alvarez put in a valiant effort against Maine's #2-ranked high school player, Gabe Natfoly, trading brilliant points and hanging tough for the first set, before succumbing  3-6, 0-6. On court 2, Sebastian Karam took a win for Hebron with a brilliant and hard-fought tactical match, defeating Berwick's Alex Penfold 6-3, 6-3. Hebron's doubles teams struggled yesterday, with Fernando Franco and David Balas losing track of a big early lead to lose the the third set tiebreaker in their #2 doubles match, 6-1, 0-6, 7-10. Diego Moreno and Santiago Naya also struggled to find rhythm against Berwick's #1 doubles squad, losing 1-6, 1-6. But the team's spirits were lifted in the end by the fighting spirit of Alfonso Lopez, as he hung tough, played smart, and systematically found a path to victory in a third-set tiebreaker over an inspired Berwick #3: 3-6, 6-3, 10-4.   

The team looks forward to Alejandro Rosello's return to health as we seek to field our top squad against Kent's Hill on Wednesday!

Boys Varsity Baseball:

Hebron fell short to a skillful Berwick team by the score of 7-6. The offense clicked in the third inning when Jackson Susser led the inning off with a 1-out walk, and stole second on a passed ball. Nick Cantalupo and Frew Rowen both notched a single. Mason Hatfield and Nick Theodos both had an RBI double leading to a 4-run inning. Berwick then put together a strong 5th inning, powered by a 2 out, bases-loaded single.

Hebron battled back in the top of the 7th after Nick Cantalupo led off the inning with a single, and Frew Rowen followed up with a single of his own. Tripp Chapman got on base on an error, scoring Cantalupo and advancing Rowen. Tripp stole second to put runners in scoring position. Nick Theodos hit an RBI single, and Sam Levit walked to have bases loaded with 2 outs. Hebron left 3 men stranded to fall short of Berwick by one run.

Frew Rowen threw 4 2/3 innings racking up 8 strikeouts, and Mason Hatfield finished the game, getting Hebron out of some tough situations.

Nick Cantalupo 3-4, 2 runs, 3 SB
Frew Rowen 2-4, 2 runs, 1 SB
Mason Hatfield 1-4, double, 1 RBI
Tripp Chapman 2-4, 2 RBI, 2 SB
Nick Theodos 2-4, double, 2 RBIs
Caden Dufour, 0-4
Sam Levit, 0-2, 2BB
Gage Johnson, 0-4
Jackson Susser, 0-2, BB 

Girls Varsity Lacrosse:

Girls' Varsity Lacrosse had their season opener against Berwick, which was the first lacrosse game for the majority of Hebron players. Hebron improved significantly throughout the game as they learned the rhythm of play and gained valuable experience. Brooke Larsen and Sofia Gualtieri scored goals in the 14-2 loss. Every player put in great effort for all 50 minutes and we are looking forward to our next game on Saturday against Hyde!

Girls JV Tennis: Win: 5-0

Ella Siegl- 5-3
Julia Lopo- 5-1
Marta Alzueta- 5-3

Maria Bali
Victoria Jeronimo 5-3

Emily Kimball
Martha Morril 4-3


Hebron Boys Cross Country Finishes Second in MAISAD Final Meet

The Lumberjacks traveled to the University of Maine at Augusta on Friday to compete in the 2023 MAISAD final meet.

In the ladies' race, Valentina Jeronimo's toughness shone through as she achieved a remarkable 3-minute personal best, finishing in 28:24. Martha Morrill completed her first race of her season in 35:26.

On the men's side, David Lee achieved an impressive personal best of 31:59. James Quin Doyle finished just 10 seconds away from his personal best at 31:37. Conlin Goodwin astonished us all with a remarkable 6-minute personal best, finishing in 24:51. Eliot Kamula exhibited remarkable determination with a finishing time of 23:29. Michael Boardman improved to 22:04, 13 seconds faster than his previous best. Robert Schroder achieved his all-time best of 20:16, finishing 5 minutes faster than his time from two years ago and ahead of all but one non-Kents Hill runner. Finn Miller ran an excellent pace, finishing at 19:21.

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Lumberjacks Girls Varsity Soccer Handed Tough Homecoming Loss

The Girls Varsity Soccer team fought a tough battle against Gould during the Homecoming game on Saturday, September 30. The Lumberjacks struggled to possess the ball throughout the first half but came back in the second half firing a series of shots at Gould's net, scoring a goal and securing a penalty shot. Both Haliegh Holmes '24 and Jae Williams '26 held tight and saved shots from going into the net. It was a tough loss, but the team played well and worked hard until the final whistle blew. The final score was 5-2 in favor of the Huskies.

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Lumberjacks Football Team Wins Home Opener

The Lumberjacks kicked off Homecoming Weekend with a 22-14 victory over The Frederick Gun School. It was a perfect day for football during which the Lumberjacks amassed 290 yards of total offense. Caden Dufour was the leading rusher with 15 carries for 114 yards. Quarterback Jean Saint Juste rushed for 93 yards on 14 carries and had 2 two-point conversion attempts. Saint Juste was also 1 for 2 in the air. Gage Johnson had 2 touchdowns on the day through 8 carries and racked up 63 yards. Marquis Prater had 3 carries for 10 yards and David Smith rounded out the offense with 1 carry for 5 yards. Caden Dufour led the Defense as well with 6 tackles. Jean Saint Juste had 4 tackles and 1 sack on the day. David Smith had a BIG day on defense with 4 tackles and 2 key Interceptions.

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September 2023 Athlete of the Month Announced

In the world of high school sports, there are athletes who stand out not only for their outstanding skills but also for their unwavering dedication and team spirit. This month, we shine the spotlight on Sariah Hubeny, our September 2023 Athlete of the Month. Sariah plays sweeper for the Girls' Varsity Soccer team. 

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2022-23 Winter Athletic Awards

With winter sports officially over and all-NEPSAC, all-MAISAD, and Hebron team awards in, we want to recognize the outstanding accomplishments of our Hebron student athletes. We took part in 63 interscholastic competitions spanning over the course of 4 months. We came up victorious in some of those and took our losses in others. The grit, determination, and effort demonstrated this winter is commendable, and we are proud of the work each and every one of our student athletes put into their seasons.