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Pioneers Celebrate Fall Sports

A re-cap of Fall Athletics at Eagle Hill School.


The boys’ varsity soccer team had another championship season this fall! Finishing the season with a very strong 10-5-2 record, the Pioneers went on to capture the River Valley Athletic League championship. Leading the way to the title were the team’s seven senior members. Mackenzie W., Declan M., Evan G., Collin M., Sebastian D., Max C., and Sergei K. The seniors established a positive team culture that promoted teamwork, good sportsmanship, and a winning spirit.

Highlights of the season included an exciting 1-0 victory against Dublin on fall family weekend, a solid 3-0 victory at home against Watkinson, and of course a 3-1 victory against Four Rivers in the RVAL championship game. The team gathered to celebrate the season at their annual awards banquet. While all players were recognized for their contributions to the team, there were a few individuals who received additional accolades. Congratulations to all team members for an excellent season.

Team Awards:

  • Outstanding Team Contributor: Sergei K.
  • Outstanding Team Contributor: Declan M.
  • Coaches Award: Collin M.
  • Most Improved Player: Reese C.

SENE All-League recognition:

  • 1st team All-League: Collin M.
  • 2nd team All-League: Declan M.
  • All-League Honorable Mention: Sergei K.


The boys’ and girls’ cross-country teams had a fantastic season! They competed in ten meets across three states. Both teams placed second in the RVAL championship meet on November 2nd. Senior Andre Lazarus placed first overall in the men’s division. The girls’ team placed second in the SENE championship meet on November 4th and the boys placed third.

The cross-country team honored their seniors at the awards banquet on Tuesday: Harrison S., Sarah R., Ryan L., Davis K., and Andre L.

Awards given:

  • MVP: Andre Lazarus. Andre was also presented with a plaque for setting the course record (19:45).  
  • Coaches Award: Harrison S.
  • Most Improved boys: Ryan L.
  • Most Improved girls: Maggie T.
  • Outstanding Team Contributor: Otto M.


The Eagle Hill girls‘ volleyball team enjoyed much success this season competing in a season high 17 games. As fans, we enjoyed watching many competitive matches against some of the best high school volleyball programs in New England!

Some of our favorite highlights included beating Stoneleigh Burnham on their homecourt in a dramatic 5 game set to sweep the season series for the first time. EHS also kept Rectory School from having a perfect record in regular season play. The girls pushed first place powerhouse Chapel Hill to 5 sets in an impressive 2-hour long game.

The team was led by four seniors: Bella R., Caitlin M., Lucia C. and Marisa G. This year’s team shattered game-record statistics in rallies won and digs and aces for a season, all due to their strong and exciting defensive game.

Awards given:

  • Outstanding Team Contributor: Bella R., 3-year captain and 4-year starter
  • Coaches Award: Caitlin M.
  • Most Improved Player Awards: Lucia C. and Marisa G.

Superlative Awards:

  • Best “Dangerous” Hitter Award was given to Tori N.
  • Best Defensive “Tough as Nails” Award was given to Maddie E.
  • “Jack of All Trades” Awards was given to Kaitlyn P.
  • The team would also like to recognize senior manager Abby K. for her selfless service over the last two years.


The success of the boys’ junior varsity soccer season was not measured in wins and losses, but rather in individual and team development.  Many of the young players will find a position on the varsity team next year. The team was competitive in all their games this season, including two impressive victories over rival Valley View. 

Led by captain and center midfielder Cole F., Cole came back from a non-soccer injury to provide stability on defense and much-needed scoring abilities on the offensive end. Cole led the team in points and earned the team’s coveted “MVP Award.” Defensive stalwart, Luke N., anchored the defense at the sweeper position. Luke’s consistency and maturity earned him the “Coaches Award” for the season. Another defender, Mathew B., earned the award for “Most Improved.” Mathew was a tenacious and enthusiastic presence at each practice and every game.

Superlative Awards:

  • MVP Award: Cole F.
  • Coaches Award: Luke N.
  • Most Improved: Mathew B.


The Girls' varsity soccer team improved tremendously as the year progressed. Senior captains Madeline H. and Katherine M. provided strong leadership, and kept the team motivated throughout the season. The camaraderie among teammates and the team spirit shined. Growing seasons are never easy, but this year’s team has set the foundation for a stronger season next year.  

Superlative Awards:

  • Most Valuable Player: Madeline H.
  • Most Improved Player: Vladia B.
  • Outstanding Team Contributor: Sierra L-M.
  • Perseverance Award: Katherine M. and Elizabeth Grace W.
  • Never-Give-Up Award: Angelia L.


The Eagle Hill School rowing team competed in numerous regattas this fall, including local scrimmages against Lenox, Worcester Academy, and Northampton and regional regattas in Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New Hampshire. The crew team also hosted two “stake” regattas at their home lake which required a challenging hairpin turn at full power. Throughout the season the rowing team was able to consistently race two novice boys coxed 4s, a novice girls coxed 4, a boys’ varsity coxed 4, and a boys under 17 single scull. Every week during the regular season the crew team would recognize a student athlete for their great rowing and athleticism:

Superlative Awards:

  • 9/23: Max Z. was awarded the “Catch of the Week” for his tiptop attitude and his willingness to help his team in whatever capacity he could.
  • 9/30: Teddy K. was awarded the “Catch of the Week” for his athletic drive and his care for the equipment and its proper handling.
  • 10/7: Lexi M.-P. was awarded the “Catch of the Week” for her much-improved confidence and trust in herself as a coxswain.
  • 10/14: Anderson B. was awarded the “Catch of the Week” for his outstanding athletic commitment to the team. Novice rowing takes dedication, which he demonstrated throughout this season.
  • 10/21: Max Z., Keegan H., Evan M., David F., and Anderson B. were awarded “Catch of the Week” for their boat's incredible achievements over the course of their first season. This boat's drive, sportsmanship, and determination set the standard for the other boats on the team. 


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