Trevor McLean '18
Boys' Varsity Basketball
McLean put together another impressive week for the Bobcat boys varsity basketball team. Thursday on the road against a very skilled and talented Buckingham Brown and Nichols team, McLean finished with 16 points and handed out five assists while playing the entire 32 minutes. Saturday on Radley Court, Trevor tossed in 18 points dished out four assists and recorded four steals against Redemption Christian Academy while logging 31 minutes. "Trev has had a great year as he has emerged as one of the top guards in our league," noted his coach, Matt Lawlor. "He averages over 30 minutes per game and that is tough to do at the point guard spot but his production has been so high at both ends of the floor, we can't afford to have him on the bench. He is also fun to coach because he loves to compete both at practice and in games."
McLean, a three-year member of the varsity and two-year starter, will lead his team into their final week of the season as they play NHTI in their season finale. Congrats, Trevor!
Shayla Meehan '17
Girls' Varsity Alpine Ski
Tuftonboro, New Hampshire
On Wednesday at the NEPSAC Class B New England Championships at Okemo Mountain, Meehan took first place overall in the Giant Slalom event with a combined time of 2:14.15. Shayla put together two impressive runs winning the event by almost a full second. "We are all incredibly proud of Shayla and her performance," noted head coach, Doug Skelley. "She had two great runs and winning this event is impressive since we moved up to Class B. However, I am not at all surprised because Shayla is talented and such a competitor. Her winning was great for her but also our program!" The girls' team placed 5th overall out of a field of 10 while the boys team took home a fourth place finish.
Meehan, a three-sport athlete (field hockey, alpine, and lacrosse) earns Bobcat of the Week honors for the second time this year (field hockey) and fourth time in her Brewster career. Shayla and Co. will be back on the slopes this Wednesday as Brewster hosts the Lakes Region Slalom Championships at Gunstock. Way to go, Shayla!