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Bobcats of the Week

Christi Trudel '24 (Ipswich, Mass.) - Varsity Softball
Brewster Athletics

For the first time in more than a decade, the Varsity Softball team defeated perennial League powerhouse, Proctor, 7-5 in Wolfeboro Saturday afternoon. The game featured contributors from all over the diamond, but the play from freshman catcher Christi Trudel was noteworthy.  The newcomer called a great game from behind the plate and hit a two-run blast to give the Bobcats some much-needed momentum.  

"Christi has a few tools as a player," noted first-year Head Coach Dolph Clinton. "She is a fundamentally sound catcher and is a threat whenever she's in the batters box. The program is fortunate to have her for the next few years!"

Trudel, a three-sport athlete (field hockey, hockey, softball), will be back at it this week as the Bobcats are planning for a weekend with Kimball Union. Great work, Christi!

Sophia Renaud '22 (Schenectady, N.Y.) - Girls' Varsity Lacrosse
Brewster Athletics

In her first spring contributing to the Brewster Lacrosse program, Sophia Renaud has exploded on the Lakes Region League scene—in just a few weeks of play, she has emerged as one of the top midfielders in the League. And on Friday afternoon on the road at Holderness, Renaud backed it all up by scoring six goals to help the Bobcats earn a 10-7 road win. 

"Renny is a dynamic player and can do it all in the midfield," said Head Coach Melissa Lawlor. "She is incredibly tough on defense and is a threat to score every time the ball is in her stick. And, she is a fun kid to coach because she wants to learn and grow as a player."

Renaud is a two-sport athlete (soccer/lacrosse) and will help the Girls' Varsity Lacrosse team (3-3 record) prepare for an upcoming weekend of games with Kimball Union. Congratulations and best of luck, Renny!