Winner – Christian Rivas.
Sold by – Christian Rivas, Boys JV Soccer
Winner – Christian Rivas.
Sold by – Christian Rivas, Boys JV Soccer
The girls’ junior varsity volleyball team beat Turners Falls 2 matches to 1 (25-12, 20-25, 15-5).
Leading the way for the young Bulldogs were Remani Lizana and Markina Ako-Brew with 5 aces each and Hannah Brooks with 3 aces.
It was a great team effort and great win for the girls.
They are back in action Monday against South Hadley at 4pm
The varsity girls volleyball team took their first lost of the season against Turners Falls. They played all 5 matches (25-22 ,25-18, 23-25, 24-26, 13-15)
The girls were led by Rebecca Godbout with five aces, three kills, and 21 assists.
Casie Thurber with five aces five kills and four blocks, while Ashlee Connors had three aces, 12 kills and one block. Karina Callirgos played well in the back row and Kayla Stokes provided added depth in both offense and defense.
It was a great effort but they couldn’t come on top.
They are back at it again with a home game at 5pm against South Hadley.
The girls’ cross country team swept The Renaissance School, taking the top five places against them, winning 15 – 46. Over all, the girls took 5 of the top 10 spots, but they fell to Chicopee in the tri-school meet.
The girls all ran great as 10 of our 16 runners ran personal best times on their home Forest Park course. The Bulldogs were once again led by senior Alliyah Ferrera, who took 4th overall and lowered her personal best to 23:21 on the 3.1mile course. She was followed by An’Janae Washington, MaryEllen Manley, Ilyssa DeLeon and Lillian Kuehl who took 6th, 7th, 8th and 9threspectively, while each set a new personal best time.
They are back in action on the road in a multi-school meet against Belchertown, Putnam and Sci-tech at 3:45pm
The boys cross country team beat Renaissance, but fell to Chicopee in the 5K run at Forest Park. Finishing first for the Bulldogs, 3rd overall was Cristian Rivera with a time of 19:36. Following up was Tavon Hodge 4th overall with a time of 20:34. And for third for your Bulldogs 7th overall was Isaiah Gregory with a time of 21:17.
The guys are back at it, next Tuesday against Belchertown.
The boys junior varsity soccer team played hard, but fell to Frontier Wednesday by a score of 6-0.
Nathan Valois and Nick Thibodeau combined for 18 saves in goal, while Jason Alves and Jovan Wallace played well up front and created some scoring chances.
Caleb Arel and Nathan Reed worked hard at fullback, while Chase Lamagdelaine and Michael Denson stepped up in the midfield.
The young Bulldogs continued to play hard for the full 80 minutes.
Alon Chappell led the boys’ varsity soccer team with 2 goals in the second half, the guys took a scoreless first half of play into a 3-0 win over visiting Frontier Regional.
Andrew Berthiaume had a monster free kick from 20 yards out sealing the deal for the Bulldogs late in the final frame.
The defense played great with the shut out led by goalie Shayne Audette.
The guys are back at it on Friday, hosting Southwick starting at 4.
The girls JV volleyball team open their season home with a win over Greenfield by a score of 3 to 0 (25-17,28-26,15-11).
The girls were led by Tiffany Wilkinson and Hannah Brooks. Hannah’s serving is what kept them in the game and made them able to win the matches.
All three sets were close and intense but the girls came out on top and got the victory.
The girls get back into action Thursday on the road against Mahar Regional at 4pm
The girls junior varsity volleyball team lost on the road 2 to 1 to Mahar Regional.
The girls were led by Selena Zayas with 4 aces, Tiffany Wilkinson with 3 aces, Brionne Burnett and Mykaela Debrito.
They get back into action next Friday on the road against Mohawk Trail Regional School at 4pm.
The girls varsity volleyball team started their winning streak by getting the win over Mahar Regional in 3 straight sets (25-22, 25-21, 25-15).
The girls were led by Rebecca Godbout with had 5 aces, 3 kills, 12 assists and 1 block.
Casie Thurber had 9 aces, 3 kills and 1 block. Ashlee Connors had 8 kills, while Suwayna Rowe had 2 aces and one kill and Jazlyn Wanzo had 1 ace and played phenomenal defense.
Tatyana Villegas played solid all around and Karina Calligros provided good defense in the back row. Remani Lizana had one kill and three blocks.
Coach Vivian commented “Our team is showing a lot of potential even though we are missing a couple of our starters right now to ankle injuries.”
The girls varsity volleyball team opened their season at home with a win over Greenfield by a score 3 to 0 (25-11,25-22,25-12).
The girls were led by Rebecca Godbout with 16 assists with 7 aces, with good swinging from Casie Thurber with 6 kills with 4 big blocks and Ashlee Connors with 5 strong kills.
Jazlyn Wanzo was strong in the back row with 10 digs 1 ace, and a kill.
The girls get back into action Thursday on the road against Mahar Regional at 5pm
The girls varsity soccer team opened up the season on the road with a commanding 7-1 victory against Mount Everett
Freshman Avalon Mateo had a dominant performance with 3 goals and one assist.
Rachel Brown and Lindsay Ferreira also played well scoring 1 goal with 2 assist apiece.
Swanee White and Tiffany Alban also contributed a goal apiece as well.
The girls get back in action on Friday when they will be playing at Lee high school, starting at 4 pm.
The boys varsity soccer team came out in the beginning very strong catching a 1-0 lead early in the home match against the powerful Hopkins Academy team. Andrew Berthiaume netted the score with an assist by Sylvain Audet.
However it didn’t last as Hopkins stormed back with 3 quick goals to beat the Bulldogs in a 3-1 victory.
Shayne Audet came up big for the Bulldogs with 15 saves.
The varsity golf team opened up in their season against Southwick High earlier today. Although the Bulldogs didn’t come out on top, they still showed great potential as a solid team moving forward, as they fell with a score of 13-11.
The match marked the return of golf as a varsity sport to the SABIS community where the golf program was terminated due to a lack of interest in 2005. But strong student interest has seen the sport return and Coach Becky Larson is optimistic about her first year group.
Despite the boys opening day loss Sabis Senior Ryan Thomas was the medalist for both teams shooting a 42, and winning his match with a score of 3 &1/2 to 1/2
Colby Manning and Gus Pessolano also won their matches with a score of 2 &1/2 to 1 &1/2
Kolby Smith halved his match and made an excellent recovery from his subpar first hole.
The boys get back in action Tuesday September 10th, 3pm against Franklin Tech