2022 Fall Sports Statistics
Emma Radlinsky ('24)
The most recent news with fall sports is the very exciting MCT win for the boys JV soccer team! They faced Robbinsville at the West Windsor South school for their final face off. They ended the season with a score of 13 wins and 3 losses. JV boys head coach Matthew Radlinsky has provided a quote for us, “I'm super proud of the boys, kind of went into the season with open expectations, not really knowing what to expect but their hard work and dedication, it really showed throughout the season and I think the result that we got is proof of that and I'm super happy with the result this year". Lawrence junior Aidan McGann and sophomore Tomasz “Tomek” Majkut, played on the field the entire season without being benched once. Great job boys!
For boys varsity soccer they have had a bit of a rough season with a score of 11 losses and 6 wins. Despite the score, the team has still held their heads high and stayed strong! Junior, Edwin Garcia, starting goalkeeper for boys varsity soccer, had a game winning block in goal during the PK shootout.
Moving onto boys varsity football, they have had a bumpy season this year as well. Their overall score is 3 wins and 7 losses, this is not counting the game played on Friday October 21st. Their team has some great players though, one of which being junior Kandres Soto, with the most rushing yards this season!
Moving onto the girls teams, the girls field hockey team is doing great this year with 10 wins and 5 losses! Their own Caroline Rotteveel is just a sophomore but she is crazy on the field, watch out for her! The lady cards have also become back to back MCT champs, congratulations to all the girls and coaches!
Going to girls varsity soccer, they have had a pretty good season. They've had 7 wins, 6 losses, and 2 draws. Great job girls! For their JV team, the girls have had 6 wins, 3 losses, and 1 draw, what a great season!
Now for the girls tennis team, they sadly lost their first game, but they made it to the MCT! They ended their season with 10 wins and 4 losses, way to go!
And lastly our intramural cross country team. Junior Melinda Jacoppo, has exceeded our expectations this season, scoring one of the best times for the girls during her meets! They have ended the season with some great meets and we are so proud of them!