Daily Bulletin | Tuesday

January 16, 2024

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Join us for the “Old Hollywood” semi-formal in the Dining Hall this Friday at 7pm. Doors close at 8pm. Cost is $3 per person. If you are interested in bringing a non-Academy guest, you must sign them up in the Student Life Office by the end of the day on Thursday 1/18. 


Have you ever dreamed of doing a little dance on the catwalk?  It’s January, and that means it’s time to get ready for the annual Fashion Show! If you are interested in modeling, we are looking for models of all genders, shapes, and sizes to partner with our designers. To apply, or just to learn more, please come to Morse 201, the Fashion studio, from 3:30 to 4:30, today, Wednesday, and Thursday. 


Happy Birthday today to Chenlin Shi and a special Happy Birthday to Jorryn Burchell from her advisory!


Varsity Girls Basketball had a stellar team performance at home versus Rice on Friday night. The tremendous team defensive effort was led by Hayden Wilkins with 6 of the teams 18 steals. On the offensive end, she also paced the team by recording 7 of the team high 26 assists. It was a high scoring performance by Cassidy Kittredge with 19 points, with Kaia Anderson and Kyra Nelson both chipping in 10 points each.


Girls Gymnastics earned their 3rd win beating out both Middlebury and Burlington/Colchester on Friday. Leading the team score was Lydia Ruggles who earned 1st place on all four events and in the all-around; in which she is undefeated. Helping earn the win for SJA were teammates Zoë Glentz Brush, Katy Noonan, and Ailee Stratton.


The Boys and Girls Alpine teams both placed 2nd in a field of 7 teams in a GS race hosted by LI at Burke Mountain on Monday. The boys were led by Zack Alamuddin in 5th, Alex Harden in 6th, Edwin Stephenson in 7th and Griffin Knisley in 13th. The Girls were led by Elizabeth Lopes in 10th, Alia Davis in 12th, Macy Moore in 13th, and Ace Irwin in 14th.


The bowling team had another successful weekend, beating White River Valley 2 games to none on the way to a 3rd — 2nd place finish in four match days. Rory Nott scored a personal best of 154 in his opening game, and Amos Colby also rolled a personal best of 146. 


The Hilltoppers ended CVU’s two year home win streak last night with a gritty and physical defensive effort. Harry Geng led all scorers with 22 points and Rex Hauser finished with 11. The Hilltoppers will play next at Colchester on Thursday.


On Saturday the indoor Track and Field teams travelled to Providence RI for the East Coast Invitational. The boys 4×400 relay of Daniel Carter, Emmett Johnson, Andrew Thornton-Sherman and Wilder Thomas won the event. Lola Ide placed 2nd in the high jump, Emmett was 2nd in the mile and Abby Gerhardt was 2nd in the 2 mile. The girls shuttle hurdle relay placed 3rd, and Carson Eames was 3rd in the 2 mile.


JV/VARSITY GIRLS BASKETBALL @ ESSEX 5:30/7:00, please release the teams at 2:15


GIRLS JV-B BASKETBALL @ COLCHESTER 5:30, please release the team at 2:15


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