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Bobcats of the Week - Special Edition!

June 10, 2017

Sam and Precious Burke
On a gorgeous Saturday in June; Precious and Sam Burke tied the knot yesterday at the Dartmouth Ski Way. Over 200 guests were in attendance and the ceremony and reception were simply delightful. "One of the better weddings I've attended," noted Director of Athletics, Matt Lawlor. "Great ceremony, great people, delicious taco bar and the DJ's name was Bobby Freedom! What else would you want at a wedding?!"

Precious and Sam had guests from their hometowns, colleges, and work places. It should be noted that Bobcat Nation was well represented (had more people than Husky Nation...aka New Hampton School). Regardless, it was a joyous event for all!

"Sam and Precious are a great couple and Bobcat Nation was the winner today," noted Associate Athletic Director, Kate Turner. "But it's also great that we outnumbered the Huskies this afternoon; we all know Bobcat Nation rolls deep!"

Precious and Sam were going to spend a few days in the Hanover/Lebanon area prior to heading to the Caribbean for a bit of relaxation and fun before returning  home to Bobcat Land. Congratulations to the newly married couple for being named this week's Bobcats of the Week!

Past Bobcats of the Week

May 22, 2017

Girls'Varsity Lacrosse
The GV Lacrosse team saved their best for last as they had a huge week and played their best games in the Lakes Region Tournament. The Bobcats earned the #2 seed and hosted Holderness on Wednesday and despite being down at half Brewster rallied back and earned a 15-12 victory on Brown Field. The win put them in the finals against three time champion and top seeded New Hampton School. Brewster came out strong and were relentless at both ends of the field en route to a dramatic 8-7 at New Hampton!

"This week we really played great as a team and it was our best lacrosse all season," noted head coach, Melissa Lawlor. "All week we talked about being the predator and not the prey and we did that in both games. We really went out there this week and took the championship! So proud of these girls and our program!

The win gave the team it's first Lakes Region League tournament title since the tourney started back in 2014. Great work girls!

 
 
Girls Novice Crew
Kayla Proia, Kelsie Morris, Sage Cordy, Olivia VanOrden, and Grace Factor
 
On Sunday at the Granite State Rowing Junior Championships, the Brewster Novice boat took first place in the novice race. Proia, Morris, Cordy, VanOrden and Factor had a great race and placed first out of five schools for a convincing win. Brewster outlasted Lebanon High School, Dublin, Derryfield, and Hollis-Brookline High School for the win and the highlight of the afternoon.

"The girls put together a great race," noted first year head coach, Zach Ross. "They have really had a great spring and it was fun watching them put it all together. I'm excited to see what this group can do together next year. We have momentum to move forward!"
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