Wyvern Nation Sports Wraps - May 13, 2021 - Kingswood Oxford

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May 13, 2021

Wyvern Nation Sports Wraps – May 13, 2021

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 closed out their opponents early, 3 and 2, and Cohl D’Addabbo β€˜21 was victorious 2 and 1. Β 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 gaining 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 could not find the back of the net, and Hamden Hall went on to win 10-9. Alex Levin β€˜24 started in goal and finished with 7 saves seeing 17 shots. The defense was led by a strong unit of Pat Schwab β€˜22, Conor Caneday β€˜22, and Graham Wiggenhauser β€˜25.

Offensive Stats
Cavo β€˜22 (3G), Woerlen β€˜22 (1A), Berckemeyer β€˜22 (2G, 1A), Sienko β€˜21 (2G, 1A), Smith β€˜22 (2A), Crowther β€˜22 (2G)


The Varsity Boys’ Lacrosse made a statement on May 8, Senior day, securing a 14-4 victory. Led by seniors Chris Sienko β€˜21 and Conor Caneday β€˜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 led by a strong unit of Pat Schwab β€˜22, Tyle Cavo β€˜22, and Graham Wiggenhauser β€˜25.


Offensive Stats
Cavo β€˜22 (1G), Woerlen β€˜22 (1G, 1A), Margolis β€˜23 (2G, 1A), Berckemeyer β€˜22 (3G), Sienko β€˜21 (1A), Smith β€˜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 β€˜23 and Abby Baier β€˜23 making a triumphant debut at #1 doubles. KO swept the six singles matches and played consistent tennis throughout.


The Varsity Boys’ Tennis team lost 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

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