Squash - Girls JV vs Ethel Walker School - Away - Kingswood Oxford

Squash – Girls JV vs Ethel Walker School – Away

JV Girls Squash

The KO JV Girls Squash team had a tough but promising opening match against Ethel Walker, with most of the Wyverns making their debut in their first ever squash match.

In our no. 5 and no. 6 spots on the ladder, Alyssa Tousignant ‘25 and Ella Chen ’25 applied the hard work they had put into practicing their serves to every service point of their matches, and they were making great connections with their swings, especially on the forehand side. In our no. 1 spot for the first time, our veteran Regina Miller ‘22 showed her mettle by improving her volleying and shot selection each game to make the points increasingly difficult for her opponent. Hannah Malkin ‘24 played two hard-fought matches for the team (in the no. 2 and no. 7 positions), showcasing deep forehand drives and clever drops to the front when she was in control of the points. Both Margaret Miller ‘25  and Avery Hersh ‘24 had spectacular shows of perseverance in their matches, taking their opponents to extra points in their games and never giving up. Now that the team has gotten a taste of what it’s really like to compete within the 4 walls of the court, we’re looking forward to putting in the practice time to make each match better than the last!

We look forward to our next match at Millbrook on 1/8/22.

KO: 0 – Ethel Walker School: 7
Location: Ethel Walker School, The
Directions: Take Trout Brook Dr and CT-185 W to Sand Hill Rd in Simsbury

Event Details

  • Date: Saturday December 4, 2021
  • Time: 3:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Loss- KO: 0 - Ethel Walker School: 7

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