Rebel Review: 1/15-1/20

Rebel Review: 1/15-1/20

Michael Fortin

Boys Hockey:  Boys Hockey continued their hot start as they beat Needham 5-1.  Senior Captain John White had a suberb game as he netted a hat trick to help lead the team to their 7-1-3 record, only 3 points away from qualifying for tournament.  Also, on Saturday night, Boys Hockey tied Natick 4-4 and got one point closer to qualifying for tournament.

Girls Hockey:  On Monday night, Girls Hockey once again struggled against a good Falmouth team as they slaughtered them 5-0 for their 2nd straight loss. However, on Wednesday night they came out of the gate more energetic as they cruised to a 3-0 victory against Needham.

Boys Basketball:  Boys Basketball had a big win over rival Norwood as they beat them 51-33 to improve to 5-4, their first time this season being over .500.  Junior Adam Quinlan was once again a problem for the opposing team as he and senior Captain John Adams tore the Norwood defense apart.  Also, on Friday night Boys Basketball fell to Needham 64-52.

Girls Basketball:  Girls Basketball continued their hot start on Tuesday night as they beat Norwood 47-32 to improve to 7-2.  Senior Captain Bridget Nicholson had a phenomenal game as she was the X factor for the Rebels.  Unfortuantely, they could not keep the win streak alive as the fell to Needham 48-30 on Friday night.

Boys Indoor Track:  Boys Track had another rough meet as they lost to a tough Wellesley team to drop to 1-3.  Despite the loss senior PJ Hayes came back from a back injury to run a time of 6.60 in the 55meter, easily beating every opponent. This is a good sign for Boys Track as they bring back arguably the fastest kid in the state to anchor the sprinting team.

Girls Indoor Track:  Girls Track had their first loss of the season as they lost to Wellesley on Thursday night.  Despite the loss, junior Captain Gina Conti had an excellent performance in the 300 meter with a time 42.65.

Wrestling:  Wrestling hit a bump in the road on Tuesday night as they got blown out by a tough Braintree squad.  Despite the loss, junior Noah Kung won once again as he improved his personal record to an astonishing 21-1.

Most Valuable Rebel:  This week Most Valuable Rebel is senior PJ Hayes of Boys Track.  Hayes who recently just came off a back injury ran a time of 6.60 in the 55 meter while blowing everyone out of the water.  This time is tied 4th best in the state which is quite impressive due to the fact that it is just his first race this season.  Keep up the good work PJ!

Records

Boys Hockey: 7-1-3

Girls Hockey: 6-2-1

Boys Basketball: 5-4

Girls Basketball: 7-2

Boys Indoor Track: 1-3

Girls Indoor Track: 3-1

Wrestling: 9-5

Gymnastics: 3-0