The Varsity Golf team closed its abbreviated season with a 5-0 victory over Marianapolis at Connecticut National Golf Club on May 7. The team arrived to discover a change in format from the traditional stroke play to match play instead. Unfazed, the Wyverns won all five of their individual matches, led by Captain Henry Krieble '21 at #1 who won 3 and 1. Cole Banning '24 won one up in a match that was close the entire 9 holes. Teddy Keegan '22 and Kyle Frankel '21 both closed out their opponents early, 3 and 2, and Cohl D'Addabbo ‘21 was victorious 2 and 1. The linksters finished the season 1-1.
The Varsity Boys’ Lacrosse were in a nail-biter against Hamden Hall on May 5, ultimately losing 9-10. It was a game of back and forths, with each team getting momentum throughout the game. In the 4th quarter, Hamden Hall got out to a 3 goal lead. The KO boys fought their way back, and got to 1 goal back with a minute left. With a last-minute scramble, KO was unable to find the back of the net, and Hamden Hall went on to win 10-9. Alex Levin ‘24 started in goal and finished with 7 saves seeing 17 shots. The defense was lead by a strong unit of Pat Schwab ‘22, Conor Caneday ‘22, and Graham Wiggenhauser ‘25.
Cavo ‘22 (3G), Woerlen ‘22 (1A), Berckemeyer ‘22 (2G, 1A), Sienko ‘21 (2G, 1A), Smith ‘22 (2A), Crowther ‘22 (2G)
The Varsity Boys’ Lacrosse made a statement on May 8, Senior day, securing a 14-4 victory. Led by seniors Chris Sienko ‘21 and Conor Caneday ‘21, the team got out to an early start and scored 6 straight goals in the 1st quarter. With some costly penalties and turnovers, Wooster fought back to within a 3 goal deficit by halftime. KO finished the game with the energy they started with and captured a win for their last home game of the 2021 season. Caneday started in goal and finished with 10 saves out of 14 shots. The KO defense was lead by a strong unit of Pat Schwab ‘22, Tyle Cavo ‘22, and Graham Wiggenhauser ‘25.
Cavo ‘22 (1G), Woerlen ‘22 (1G, 1A), Margolis ‘23 (2G, 1A), Berckemeyer ‘22 (3G), Sienko ‘21 (1A), Smith ‘22 (5G, 2A), Crowther (2G, 2A)
The Varsity Girls’ Tennis team defeated Wooster 9-0 on May 8. The Wyverns came out strong sweeping the three doubles points, highlighted by Christina Mullen ‘23 and Abby Baier ‘23 making a triumphant debut at #1 doubles. KO went on to sweep the six singles matches as well playing good consistent tennis throughout.
The Varisty Boys' Tennis team lost the match 5-2 against Wooster. It was a competitive, hard-fought match, but we came up short. Jaden Weinstein ’21 was impressive at #2 singles, winning in straight sets. He and Jacob Schwartz ’21 teamed up to win at #1 doubles, as did Wil Elliot ’21 and Ciaran Concepcion ’26 at #3 doubles