Week of September 20

MS BOYS' SOCCER
9/23/21
The boys' soccer team played Holy Trinity. The result was the same as the first game but the Knights played more like a unit with much better positioning and passing. The coaches appreciated outstanding performances by Graham Booker, Jake Wasnyiak and Brooks Cooper. Everyone on the team fought hard the entire game.

9/21/21

The boys occer team played Providence Day. Shreyas Polishetty scored as a defender from way downtown, surprising the goalie. Ben McDermott and Mason Holcomb played strong in the center of the mid-field. Although the boys lost the game we outscored Providence Day in the second half.

MS VOLLEYBALL
9/22/21
The Lady Knights improved their record to 6-2 as they defeated Providence Day. It was a total team effort to win 2 out 3 sets. The girls won the first set 25-17, lost the second set 23-25 and won the third set 15-9. Helping to secure the win were Isabella Thamodhoran, Ella Dobbins and Claire Steadman with solid backrow defense. 

MS GIRLS' TENNIS
9/23/21
The Lady Knights played away at Holy Trinity. The team has improved so much since they first played Holy Trinity but ultimately lost 0-9. We played two exhibition matches, which gave everyone on the team a chance to play today.

Singles
1. Eleina Moon 3-8
2. Kate Champion 0-8
3. Tanvi Prabhu 3-8
4. Pranati Kakani 0-8
5. Evie Niemeyer 0-8
6. Maura Zaccarelli 1-8

Doubles
1. Moon/Champion 3-8
2. Prabhu/Niemeyer 2-8
3. Zaccarelli/Averi Buckler 1-8

 

HS VOLLEYBALL
9/23/21

The Lady Knights won a hard-fought match against East Rowan going 4 sets (25-16, 25-23, 23-25, 25-21).

JV won their match in 2 sets with scores of 25-12, 25-13.

9/21/21
The Lady Knights defeated Carson in 4 sets (21-25, 25-17, 25-21, 25-22) for a conference record of 6-1 and 10-1 overall. 

JV won in 3 sets (27-25, 25-21, 25-23) keeping them undefeated. They are 7-0 in conference and 11-0 overall. 

HS MEN'S SOCCER
9/23/21
LNC's men's soccer defeated East Rowan High School 9-0. Six different Knights scored on the night. Junior Jake Magnuson, junior Nick Nowick and senior Mitchell Tucci each scored 2 goals while senior Arie Conder, sophomore Richard King and junior Jack Venagoni each scored 1 goal.