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Spring Athletic Awards Ceremony Held in Chapel

At the annual spring athletics awards chapel, the community gathered to celebrate individual and team accomplishments from the spring season. Below, is a list of the prize winners as well as a summary of team accomplishments.
 
BASEBALL
 
Langdon Prouty Jr. Base Running Trophy
Presented annually to that player who displays the highest skill in running the bases.
  • Jaylen Bailey
 
Baseball Plaque
Awarded each spring to the player who has shown the greatest improvement in baseball.
  • Bryce Anderson
           
Baseball Coaches’ Trophy
Presented to that individual who has made the greatest contribution to the varsity team.
  • Evan Sleight
  • Jacob McOsker
 
ISL MPV and Globe All-Scholastic
  • Jake McOsker
All-League
  • Evan Sleight
  • Jacob McOsker
  • Jaylen Bailey
  • David Reyes
All-League Honorable Mention:
  • Michael O’Brien
  • Richard McNamara
  • Bryce Anderson
  • Patrick Walsh
CREW
 
Most Improved Rower Award
Proposed by the varsity coaches and approved by the Athletic Policy Committee in 2007, this award is given to that boy who has made the most significant improvement in rowing on the varsity crew team.
  • John Curtin (Jack)
 
Phillip Stewart Burbank Memorial Crew Trophy
Presented in memory of, Phillip Stewart Burbank, Class of 41, by his parents for the greatest contribution to crew.
  • John High
 GOLF
The Inspirational Player Award
Approved by the Athletic Policy Committee in 2002, this award is given to that boy whose consistent and steady golf play provided inspiration to his team.
  • John Broderick
 
Golf Coach’s Trophy
Presented for the greatest contribution to the golf team.
  • Conner Willett
All-League
  • John Broderick
  • Bobby Manion
  • Conner Willette

 

LACROSSE
 
Most improved Lacrosse Award
Given to the player who has shown the greatest improvement during the season.
  • Theodore Wynn
  • Matthew Savage
 
Lacrosse Alumni Award
Given by the 1997 varsity lacrosse team, this award is presented to that individual who has made the greatest contribution to the varsity lacrosse team.
  • Quinn Richards
 
All-League Honorable Mention
  • Joe Goguen
  • Grant Litchfield
  • Quinn Richards
  • Dylan Brown
  • Trey Brown

All-League
  • Cam Rubin
  • Blake Brookes
  • Brodie Rayment
 
 
                              
SAILING
 
Most Improved Sailing Award
Approved by the Athletic Policy Committee in 2009, this award is given to that boy who has made the most significant improvement in sailing on the varsity sailing team.
  • Edmund Whalen
 
The Sailing Trophy
Awarded for the greatest contribution to the sport of sailing.
 
  • Francis Selldorff
TENNIS
 

The Tennis Award

Presented to the most improved player on the varsity team.
  • Matthew Drucker
 
Tennis Coach’s Trophy
Given anonymously, this trophy goes to the player who, in the opinion of the coach, has made the greatest contribution to the sport.
  • Thomas Smith
  • Andrew Lee
All-League Honorable Mention:
  • Thomas Smith
TRACK
 
John W. Fisher Trophy
Mr. Fisher was the founder of Belmont Hill track and he coached varsity track for more than 30 years. This trophy was given in his memory by his loving wife, Madge, and his sons. The trophy is awarded to that young man, who in the judgment of the coaches, has made the greatest improvement.
  • Robert Griffin
  • Nicholas Daley
 
Track Award for Most Valuable Performer
This trophy is presented to that member of the team who is deemed “most valuable.”
  • Isaiah Gomes
  • Gregory Desrosiers
 
All-League Honorable Mention:
  • Long jump Justin O’Neil-Riley
  • Triple jump Gregory Desrosiers
  • Shot put Isaiah Gomes
  • 400 meters Robert Griffin
  • Pole vault Josh Fairman

All-League:
  • 4 x 100m relay Michael Piazza, Adil Kassim, Justin O’Neil-Riley, and Gregory Desrosiers
  • 110 meter hurdles Gregory Desrosiers
  • 300 meter hurdles Gregory Desrosiers
  • Discus Isaiah Gomes
 
All New England
  • Long jump – Justin O’Neil- Riley
  • 110 meter hurdles, 300 meter hurdles and the triple jump – Gregory Desrosiers
 
ISL MVP and Globe All-Scholastic
  • Gregory Desrosiers
 
 
 
HENRY B. SAWYER SPORTSMANSHIP AWARDS

The Henry B. Sawyer, Jr. ’32 awards were suggested by the school senate and approved by the athletic committee in 1987. These sportsmanship awards recognize Mr. Sawyer’s 62 years of service to the School and are presented seasonally, by sport to “the ideal sportsman whose emotions are controlled by genuine love and respect for his fellow man as well as the game.”
  • Baseball – John Hadley, Patrick Walsh
  • Crew – Colin Vallis
  • Golf – Jared Ravech
  • Lacrosse – Rishi Banerjee
  • Sailing -- Peter Wade
  • Tennis – Thomas McEvoy and William LaFarge
  • Track -- Kevin Querido, Matthew Smith, Justin O'Neil Riley 
 
Recognition of Other Spring Athletic Accomplishments
 
Lacrosse –
The 5th lacrosse team completed a remarkable season with an overall record of 10 wins and 2 losses. Congratulations to coaches Martellini and McCarthy and the 5th lacrosse team.
 
The 3rd lacrosse team finished another outstanding season with a record of 13 wins and 2 losses. Congratulations to coaches Feldman and Carr and the 3rd lacrosse team.
 
The JV lacrosse team completed an excellent season with a record of 12 wins and 3 losses. Congratulations to coaches Phinney, Zellner, and Fast and the JV lacrosse team.
 
The varsity lacrosse team sits in second place in the ISL with a record of 14 wins and 2 losses. Congratulations to the varsity lacrosse team and coaches Sullivan, Butler, and Seibel.
 
Tennis –
The 3rd tennis team completed a very successful season with an overall record of 10 wins and 1 loss. Congratulations to the 3rd tennis team and coaches Montanaro, Rupley, and Wade.
 
The varsity tennis team has had an excellent season thus far with a record of 14 wins and 4 losses. The team qualified for the NE Tennis Tournament for the 16th consecutive year. At the tournament, this past weekend they defeated Greens Farms Academy in the quarterfinals before losing to Roxbury Latin in the semifinals. Congratulations to Coach Cary and the varsity tennis team.
 
Sailing -
The varsity sailing team completed an excellent regular season with an overall record of 10 wins and 4 losses. They won the Downeast Invitational Regatta in Castine, Maine, which is also the Maine State Championship Race. They also won the Massachusetts State Championships. Congratulations to the varsity sailing team and coaches Lyman and Orlov.
 
Golf -
The varsity golf team completed an excellent season with a record of 20 wins and 2 losses thereby earning them a 2nd place finish in the league. They captured the ISL Kingman Tournament Championship by 10 strokes over St. Sebastian’s. At the ISL Kingman, Bobby Manion shot a 68 to earn the Patty Whitney Award for the low individual score. Congratulations to Coach Doar and the varsity golf team.  
 
Baseball –
The 5th baseball team finished an excellent season with a record of 8 wins and 2 losses. Congratulations to the 5th baseball team and coaches Coppedge, McAlpin, and Nathan.
 
The JV baseball team completed a very successful season with an overall record of 9 wins and 3 losses. Congratulations to the JV baseball team and coaches Moronta, Greer, and Kimball.
 
The varsity baseball team has had a remarkable season to date with an overall record of 15 wins and 3 losses. The team won the ISL championship outright with a win over BB&N on May 24. Congratulations to the varsity baseball team and Coaches Grant, O'Leary, Feeley, and Houser.
  
  • Jake McOsker was voted the ISL MVP and Globe All-Scholastic.
 
Crew – 
The Middle School crew team completed an excellent season. The team’s two 8s compiled an overall record of 7 wins and 2 losses; the second boat was undefeated through the season. On May 22, the team competed in the Lower Boat Championship Regatta. In that race, the second boat won their event, while the first boat finished second. Congratulations to the Middle School Crew team and Coaches Wood, Courtney, Sweeney, and Plaut.
 
The varsity crew team has had an incredibly successful season to date, winning both the Ducey and Bassett Cups for the 16th consecutive year. The 7V4, 3V8, 4V4, 3V4, and 2V4 were undefeated in all their races this season. At the NEIRA Championships in the boys' fours, Belmont Hill School nearly swept the day, winning the first three finals and finishing second in the grand. Congratulations to the varsity crew team and coaches Richards, George, Stone, MacDougal, Sobstyl, and Parejo.
 
NEIRA Champions – 1st boat (2nd), 2nd boat (1st), 3rd boat (1st), 4th boat (1st). 1st boat qualified for nationals in Sarasota, Florida.

Track-

The 3rd track team completed an outstanding season with an overall record of 9 wins, 1 loss, and 1 tie. Congratulations to the 3rd track team and coaches Holland, Montoya, and O’Connor.
 
The varsity track team had yet another impressive championship spring finishing the season with 17 wins and 1 loss in dual meet competition. The team finished first at the ISL Championship meet at Governors thereby capturing their 3rd consecutive ISL Championship. They then went on to win the New England Championship this past weekend at Williston. This is the track team's 6th consecutive New England title and their 13th New England Championship in the past 17 years. Congratulations to the varsity track team and Coaches Harder, Kirby, Anam, Decaprio, and Fowler.
 
Also to be recognized is one athlete from the varsity track team who broke a school record this past season.
 
  • Gregory Desrosiers - Triple Jump: 44 feet 3 1/2 inches
 
Gregory Desrosiers was voted the track ISL MVP and Globe All-Scholastic.
 
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