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Football - Lower vs. Brunswick School

Event Type: Regular

Date: October 11, 2017

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Event Recap:

The Pride had a quick turnaround this week as they traveled to Brunswick to face the Bruins just two days after their tilt against Canterbury.  The game started off strong as the Pride marched down the field with a strong passing game led by quarterback Brandon Lombardo ‘20 and his new favorite receiver Phip Waugh ‘19.  The highlight of the drive was when Lombardo found Waugh on a fade and he was able to break free from his defender for a 45 yard score.  Unfortunately, the Brunswick offense was on fire in this one and the game quickly became a shoot out.  The Pride offense moved the ball fairly well behind and excellent game from Marquese Ward-Morning ‘21 who Lombardo would find up the seam for the second Pride touchdown of the day in the second quarter but they were unable to do enough to keep pace with the Bruins.  The Pride were able to find some momentum near the end of the game when Lombardo started testing the Bruins defense down the seams to Ward-Morning.  The final Pride score of the day came when Phip Waugh lined up at running back and ran the ball in for a 32 yard score on his only carry of the game.  The Pride will look bounce back in two weeks when they travel to Washington to take on Rumsey Hall.

T-P Scoreboard

Monday, 02/26/2018
Basketball - MS
  vs. Mizzentop
W   |  44-23
Saturday, 02/24/2018
Squash - Varsity
  vs. Interscholastics
2nd out of 8   |  recap
Basketball - JV
  vs. Kent School
W   |  48-40
Hockey - Varsity
  vs. Millbrook School
Empire Cup Tournament
W   |  5-4   |  recap
Basketball - Varsity
  vs. Kent School
W   |  86-46   |  recap
Friday, 02/23/2018
Wrestling - Varsity
  National Prep Tournament
40th out of 120 schools; 1 All-American   |  recap

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