Bobcats of the Week

October 23, 2017

Ethan Emerson  '18
Varsity Golf
Gilmanton, New Hampshire

Ethan Emerson finished his his school golf career in style Friday afternoon at the MAISAD league Championship match. The Gilmanton native posted an event best 76 at the very challenging Lake Winnipesaukee Golf Club and was the first place finisher overall. "Ethan had huge day and came up big for us," noted first year head coach, Lem Randall. "He was pretty dominant in the league all year and proved it today on the league's brightest stage!"

Emerson, a four year member of the varsity golf team, has earned Bobcat of the Week status in each of his four years in the program. The golf program has been fortunate to enjoy his successes during his time on the links for Bobcat Nation!

Ethan Harris, '20
Sharon, Massachusetts

Harris, a newcomer to Bobcat Nation and the sport of crew, set a school record this week in the crew program. During their midseason erg test, Harris posted a 17:32 for a 5k which is an impressive feat due to the fact that he has only been in the sport for six weeks. "Ethan has been a pleasant surprise to our crew program," noted first year head coach, Zach Ross. "I have seen a lot of newcomers take to crew easily in my time but Ethan is truly a natural and has a major upside. He loves to work and is coachable; therefore, his future is bright."

Harris, who will also play basketball this winter, is gearing up for another big week as the crew program heads to Saratoga, NY this weekend for the prestigious Head of the Fish Regatta. Congratulations and best of luck, Ethan!

Past Bobcats of the Week

October 16, 2017

Mike Provenzano '21
Boys' Varsity Soccer
Exeter, New Hampshire

Mike Provenzano, a newcomer in Bobcat Nation, has put together an incredible start to his high school soccer career. On Saturday night in the first night game on Palazzo Field, Provenzano anchored a stingy Bobcat defense that helped defeat Cushing Academy 4-1 in front of their home crowd.

"Mikey was phenomenal tonight but it is no surprise," noted a proud head coach Karl Edmonds. "He has been playing that way all season, and I am just excited to see him grow in our program. I am fortunate to have him on our side!"

BV Soccer will enjoy the long weekend but return to action next Saturday as they head to league rival Proctor on Saturday afternoon. Well done, Mikey!

Hina Komiyama, '21
JV Field Hockey
Tokyo, Japan

Hina Komiyama, also a newcomer to Bobcat Nation, had a monstrous day for the JV field hockey team on Saturday afternoon. The freshman recorded her first hat trick en route to leading the Bobcats to their first win of the season with a 3-1 victory over New Hampton.

"I've been around this game awhile and this is not my first rodeo," noted second year head coach Jean Ouellet. "Hina just has that knack for putting the 'biscuit in the basket'. And I'm so glad she's knocking that biscuit for our team!"

Hina and Co. will enjoy a few days of rest and return to action next Saturday against St. Paul's. Congratulations, Hina!
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