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s severn sports severn sports severn sp lost in the finals of the second doubles flight to league champions Roland Park. The third doubles team of Meg Gesner ’13 and Mallory Orr ’10 made it to the semi finals before losing 7-6 in the third set to the seeded team of Roland Park. The Players Award went to Macy Walker who finished with a 6-6 record at first doubles. The Coaches Award went to Jordan Hurelbaus who played second doubles. Both Macy and Jordan served as co-captains of the team. Thirty-one girls participated in the tennis program this fall for Severn. Five seniors will graduate from the top eight but the future looks bright with dedicated talent coming up from the JV.

ever, after the halfway point the girls got things going winning 7 straight. The Lady Admirals were 3rd in the conference as the playoffs started. Unfortunately, the Admirals came up short losing to the eventual champions Bryn Mawr 2-0 in the semi finals. We look forward to a great season next year as we have a very young team. Congratulations to Jordy Bathras ’10 on receiving the Players Award and Mackenzie Carroll ’10, recipient of the Coaches Award. Varsity Field Hockey Coach Jessica Burke ’96

Catie Kinlein ’10

Girl’s Varsity Soccer Coach Adam Ritchie

Jamie Mullady ’11

The girl’s varsity soccer team started off the season playing one of the toughest schedules they have ever played. After many close games to the top 10 teams in the state, including a 1-0 loss to Severna Park and a 10 in over time to Spalding (which was was ranked #1 in the country at the time), the Admirals fell to 1-7 to start the season. How-

Finishing with an overall 10-11 record, the Varsity Field Hockey team started off their season with a thrilling win over neighborhood rival Severna Park. Eleven returning varsity players were joined by eight newcomers to make up the 2009 squad. Led by team captains Bridget Brown ’10, Avery Burns ’10 and Caroline Code ’11, the team consistently worked hard day in and day out and their consistent hard work produced great things both on and off the field. Leading the team this season in points was Avery Burns who finished with 9 goals and 6 assists. Following close behind was sophomore Liza Bart Dolan ’12 who finished with 7 goals and 2 assists. Goalkeeper Catie Kinlein ’10 finished with an impressive 87.9 save percentage. The Hodges Award went to Avery Burns and the Players Award went to defender Sydney Halle ’10. Several players including seniors Avery Burns, Sydney Halle, Catie Kinlein and Liza Bart Dolan were also recognized with numerous post season honors. Each and every member of the 2009 Varsity Field Hockey team contributed to the season in some manner; and while the five seniors the team is losing will be difficult to replace, the 14 returners are certainly strong and ready for the challenges of the ’10 season.


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