2021 Fall Sports Recap
113 student-athletes participated in a sport during the fall season. The Lions gave their fans many memorable moments and three of the varsity programs competed in postseason play.
Varsity girls volleyball went 7-3 in league play and 8-9 overall, making their fourth consecutive postseason appearance. The Lions battled against an undefeated Perkiomen squad in the championship match and forced a fifth set tie breaker, but fell just short, losing 2-3.
Sabrina M. - Most Valuable Player
Annia M. - Special Recognition
Xola W. - Coaches Award
Erika F. - Most Improved Player
Varsity boys soccer went 5-5 in league play and 7-9 overall. The team made an appearance in the Quaker Cup and two players were named to FSL All-League Teams. Callum G. was named to the First Team All-League, while Jack J. received honorable mention.
Jack J. - Exemplary Athlete Award
Callum G. - Coaches Award
Max H. - Coaches Award
Trent L. - Most Improved Player
GIRLS FIELD HOCKEY
Varsity girls field hockey went 14-5 overall and 8-1 in the Friends Schools League. The Lions made their ninth consecutive appearance in postseason play, falling 2-3 to Shipley in double overtime in the FSL Championship.
Becca C. - Most Valuable Player
Aria G. - Special Recognition
Genevieve M. - Coaches Award
Zarah S. - Coaches Award
Varsity boys football had a successful season with a 6-4 record. The Lions ended the season on a four game winning streak and scored 25 points or more in all six of their victories.
Ryan G. - Exemplary Athlete Award
Pat M. - Bill Thomas Award
Carson B. - Coaches Award
Varsity girls tennis had a 6-9 overall record. While the team went 0-7 in their tough FSL schedule, the Lions defeated Bensalem, Jenkintown, Calvary Christian and Phil-Mont Christian during non-league play.
Emma B. - Most Valuable Player
Hira T. - Coaches Award
Olivia S. - Most Improved Player