Athletes of the Week
April 10, 2017
Liz Fahey, Sixth Form - Girls Varsity Lacrosse: Liz was instrumental in the Girls Varsity Lacrosse team's two victories last week. In 19-8 victory over Brookewood, Liz had seven goals and four assists. In the teams thrilling come from behind 22-18 victory over North Hagerstown High School Liz score 11 goals, including the game tying and the go ahead goals, in addition to two assists.
Tucker Almany, Sixth Form - Boys Varsity Lacrosse: The Boys Varsity Lacrosse team claimed the top spot amongst Washington County teams last week, thanks to a large contribution from Tucker in goal. Against IPSL foe St. Maria Goretti, Tucker registered 15 saves helping the team to a 9-8 overtime victory. On Friday against cross-town public school North Hagerstown he had another eight saves to lead the Saints to a 15-2 victory.
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Trinity Schlotterbeck, Fourth Form - Varsity Softball: Trinity had a no hitter last week in the teams 6-0 win over Mercersburg. She had nine strike outs, and hit a two-run home run to ensure the victory for the Saints.
Grace Bowers, Fourth Form - Girls Varsity Lacrosse: In two wins last week over Boonsboro and St. John's Catholic Prep Grace was a force to be reckoned with. Against Saint John's, she had 15 ground balls, two caused turnovers, nine draw controls and four goals, including the game winner. She also had five goals against Boonsboro, including the last three to secure the win.
Teddy White, Third Form - Boys JV Lacrosse: Teddy won 12 of 15 face-offs, and scored three goals to go along with one assist in the Saints' 10-5 victory over Boonsboro on Saturday.
Frank Corsi, Second Form - JV Baseball: Frankie pitched six innings, striking out 11 batters. His performance was integral to the Saints 11-5 victory over Mercersburg Academy.
Isaac Schlotterbeck - Sixth Form, Varsity Baseball: Isaac played a great all-around game against Williamsport last week. From the mound, Isaac pitched five innings compiling four strike outs for the Saints. At the plate he added two home runs and six RBIs.
Aimee Egwudobi - Sixth Form, Girls Varsity Lacrosse: With her team missing one of their captains and offensive leaders, Aimee stepped up and played attack for the Saints. Aimee notched two goals and one assist to help to help lead the team to victory.
Tucker Almany - Sixth Form, Varsity Wrestling: Tucker went 6-1 last week on his way to becoming only the second wrestler in Saint James history to join the Century Club with over 100 career victories. On Saturday Tucker pinned his opponent from Landon to earn win 100, then followed that up with a first period pin against St. Stephen's/St. Agnes to earn win number 101.
Omar Habwe - Sixth Form, Boys' Varsity Basketball: Omar dropped 24 points last week again Maret to put him over 1,000 career points. He followed that up on Friday with a team strong performance of 15 points, five assists and five rebounds against IPSL rival St. Maria Goretti.
Congratulations & Go Saints!
Morgan Moseley - Third Form, Girls' Varsity Basketball: Morgan had two strong performances last week to helps the Saints improve to 4-0 on the season. Against Allegany on Tuesday she contribute 13 points and on Thursday at Middleburg she dropped in another 14.
Nick Sattlecker - Fourth Form, Varsity Wrestling: In his first dual meet competition, Nick was called upon to decide the outcome of the dual against Smithsburg. In the last match of the night, Nick trailed by two points going into the 3rd period. At the whistle, he quickly reversed his opponent and pinned him securing the 38-34 victory for the Saints.
Skylar Treadwell - Third Form, Girls' Varsity Basketball: Skylar had an outstanding weekend for the Girls' Varsity Basketball team at the Berkeley Springs Tip-Off Tournament. On Friday against Frankfort she scored a team high 29 points and collected eight rebounds to lead the Saints to a 60-55 victory. On Saturday against host Berkeley Springs she again led the team in scoring with 16 points to help the team win 54-40. Skylar was also named to the All-Tournament team and was recognized as the Most Outstanding Player of the tournament.
Tucker Almany - Sixth Form, Varsity Wrestling: Tucker, a captain for the Saints, jumped up to 170lbs from 145lbs last season, but has not let the extra weight slow him down. On Saturday at The Admiral Holloway Tournament hosted by Saint James, Tucker captured the title in the 170lbs weight class. He did not give up a point on Saturday and won in dominating fashion, collecting a pin in quarterfinals, a major decision in semi-finals and a 5-0 victory in the championship bout.
James Swanson - Fifth Form, Varsity Cross Country: James finished fourth on the team and ran a season personal record of 20:26 at last Friday's IPSL Championship.
Max Adjei-Dadson - Sixth Form, Varsity Field Hockey: Max had a fantastic week last week. She made 28 saves in a 5-2 loss to a very strong Bullis team. She had another strong showing against Forbes Road on Saturday, helping the Saints avenge and early loss with 2-1 victory.
Rosy Lin - Fourth Form, Varsity Field Hockey & Cross Country: Rosy volunteered to run in the IPSL Cross Country Championship on Friday. As she was nearing the finish line, Rosy fell due to exhaustion. When she recovered she insisted on finishing the race, and walked to the finish line. The next day, she played very well at midfield for the Varsity Field Hockey team.
Alli Jacobson - Second Form, Girls Varsity Soccer: Alli has been a force to reckon with for the Saints all season long. She is currently leading the team in goals with eight, but none were more important than her game winner last Saturday 10/1 vs Mercersburg. She followed that performance up with a two goal showing vs Martinsburg on Parents' Weekend.
Del Carden - Third Form, Boys JV Soccer: Dell has been a strong leader for the team all season, and played a major role in the teams success last week. While playing midfield and forward last week, Del chipped in the Saints lone goal against St. Andrew's, securing the draw.
Cole Menas - Sixth Form, Varsity Football: Due to an injury, Cole made the move from wide receiver to quarterback and hasn't missed a step. On Saturday, Cole led the Saints to their highest scoring output ever with 68 point showing against MAC rival Potomac. He led the team with over 300 all-purpose yards, including 179 and one TD in through the air, and 124 yards and a score on the ground.
Meredith Day - Sixth Form, Varsity Volleyball: Meredith has been a consistent player and leader for the Saints all season, and she had some of her best performances last week. In the Saints two IPSL victories over Goretti and Mercersburg she had 24 kills, 22 aces, and 12 blocks. Her strong play helped the Saints stay in contention for a spot in the IPSL Championship game.
Omar Habwe - Sixth Form, Varsity Football: In his first season playing football Omar is making quite the impact. On Saturday against Francis Scott Key, Omar had his best game to date with a receiving touchdown and two blocked punts. Both blocks set the Saints up with great field position which led to touchdowns.
Morgan Moseley - Third Form, Girls Varsity Soccer: Morgan moved from a part-time goaltender to a full-time field player last week and made her presence known. She scored a goal in each of her first two games, helping the Saints to two victories.
Caroline Bowers - Second Form, Varsity Volleyball: Caroline had 24 assists last week. In her first year, she has had a fantastic attitude and brought tremendous effort and energy to the team.
Andrew Shen - Fifth Form, Varsity Golf: Andrew shot a 42 on Tuesday to lead the Saints to first MAC win since 2013 and lowest score to-date at Beaver Creek. His Score of 85 – Tied 9th of 59 golfers – on Thursday at Dr. Marshall Glenn Invitational, led the Saints to a 4th place finish (out of 10 teams), the team’s second-best finish since 2009.
Olivia Welty '20, JV Field Hockey: Olivia was a dominant presence for the JV Field Hockey team last week. In the team's 2-0 victory of Sidwell Friends, Olivia scored both of the Saints' goals. Coach Goolman stated that she was just "an overall playmaker" for the Saints last week.
Grace Bowers '19, Varsity Field Hockey: Grace has been making huge strides so far this season. Her positive attitude and exemplary effort have been consistent throughout but her stick skills and knowledge have started to catch up. Grace's skills were on full display in the Saints 5-2 win over Sidwell Friends. In that game, she had three goals to lead the Saints to victory.
Jalen Miller '21, JV Cross Country: Jalen ran a personal best 22.22 on Saturday at South Hagerstown High School. His time was the fourth fastest of all the Saints, including varsity.
Jalen Anderson '18, Varsity Football: Jalen had an outstanding game Friday night in the Saints 41-0 win over Clear Spring. Jalen rushed for 194 yards, including touchdowns on runs of 82 and 63 yards, and played lock down defense. Most impressively, Jalen was playing on one day of practice after missing several days due to an allergic reaction.
Lilly Noel '19, Fourth Form, Girls Varsity Soccer: Lilly was a force to be reckoned with on the pitch last week. She had a hand in four of the Saints five goals last week with two goals and two assists.