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The pounding high-tops of the girls’ varsity basketball team are only beginning to scratch the gleaming surface of what could become one of the most promising eras of athletic talent that Deerfield has ever seen.
For most, being on the receiving end of hazing and a slap shot to the face may be indicators that things aren’t going their way. For Ben Lovejoy ’03, however, it was quite the opposite.
“Our ladder is stacked with so many skilled players that it will be hard for many teams to beat us, so our goals are winning New Englands and placing top 5 at National’s.”
Hockey is fast, physical, and gritty, requiring skill and a dogmatic determination. Science teacher Brian Fry fulfills all of these qualities, making him a good player, a good coach, and a great addition to Deerfield.
On November 10th, 2010, Kyle Kager officially signed to attend and play Division I basketball at American University.
The Big Green girls’ ski racing team is poised to become a powerhouse this year as it adds a host of experienced newcomers to an already talented squad.
As the excitement builds, fans may wonder what our chances might be against Choate’s teams.
“Undoubtedly, this season has been a great one with lots of accomplishments, but that all changes this weekend”
Not only is she the top Deerfield girl runner, but she is also the number two junior runner in Canada and she can’t actually remember a New England race over the past two years in which she hasn’t set a course record.
As Choate Day approaches, the team has its sights set on making New England’s.
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