Friday, September 23, 2016

Principal's Update



 Swampscott High Update

Please Vote for SHS football - We are one of 5 high school football games being voted on for 103.3 AMP radio's High School football challenge. Go to http://1033ampradio.cbslocal.com/hs-football-challenge/ and vote for SHS! You can vote as many times as you like. The winning school's cheerleaders will "take over the studio" during a broadcast, so let's show them how strong Big Blue Pride is!

Congratulations goes out to Colin Frary - Colin has been named the Sylvan Street/North Shore 104.9 FM Player of the Week.

Congratulations to Sean Lahrizi - Sean was named msonesports Player of the Week.

Wednesday, September 21 - I had the pleasure to attend the METCO PCO meeting this week. It was such a positive and successful meeting. I look forward to attending future meetings as we continue to strengthen this important program.

Thursday, September 22nd-We had a very successful and well attended curriculum night. Thank you to the parents and the staff for making the night such a positive evening.

Tuesday, September 27 is an early release day. No lunch is scheduled during the day on early release days, but the cafe is open at 12:30 for students who wish to purchase lunch or eat in the cafeteria.

 Guidance Update:

 National Merit Scholarship:

We will be publishing student names that have received National Merit Scholarship recognition in the next week or two.



SENIORS:All senior parent event handouts have been posted to the website for all parents and families.

10th and 11th grade students:
Registration for the October 15th PSATs has begun- any interested 10th or 11th graders should bring $30 cash or check (payable to Swampscott High School) to Mrs. Brown in the Guidance office. The PSAT is GREAT practice for the SAT, which most juniors will take in March or May. Research has shown that students who take the PSAT in the fall have higher scores on the SATs than students who have not taken the PSAT. Other benefits to taking the exam can be [ https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/pdf/psat-nmsqt-benefits-flyer-students.pdf ]found here through Collegeboard.
The NSCC Intro to Criminal Justice kicked off this week with great success.


Athletics Update: 
 
Girls Soccer

Swampscott girls beat Withrop 5--0 on Friday- Haley Bernhardt, Syndey Clarke, Jaymie Caponigro, Kendra Fitzgerald and Grace Digrande had goals

Swampscott beat Salem Tuesday 7-1. Micala Agresti and Jaymie Caponigro had two goals. Syndey Clarke, Kayal Kornitsky, and Kasey Kennedy had goals.

Team Record  3-0

Boys Soccer
9/16 we traveled to Winthrop. We were able to overcome a slow start and come out on top 5-0. Winthrop played us tough and tight in the first half, we went into half time leading 1-0. Dan Johnson had 2 goals, and one goal each for Max Carbone, spencer Perkins and Jack Herlihy

9/20 we hosted Salem. We were able to jump out early in the 13 th minute on a goal from Dan Johnson assisted by Mike Coffey. Jack Herlihy had two goals and Cameron Lau had a goal off of an assist from Max Carbone. We finished the game winning 4-0 to bring our record to 3-1 overall

9/22 we hosted Gloucester. After a small delay in start time we were able to score in the 16th minute on great solo effort from Jack Herlihy to go up 1-0. Max Carbone scored in the 38th minute off an assist from Jack Dennehy at mid field to give us a 2-0 lead going into half time. Herlihy came out on fire in the second half and just a minute into it scored to give us a 3-0 and a comfortable win. We are now 4-1 on the young season

We travel Saturday to North Andover and travel to arch rival Marblehead Monday afternoon in a NEC showdown


Football
The Big Blue football team continued their 2016 football season in week two with an exciting win. With a 21-0 lead going in at halftime the Blue had scores from Lahrizi from Frary 26yds, Lahrizi from Frary for 36yds, and again lahrizi from Frary 24yds, Lahrizi kicked all the extra points. 3rd quarter. 3rd Quarter the Blue didn't slow down Frary hit Faulkner for 10yd receiving td and Lahrizi with the kick made it 28-0.Classical ended up scoring in the end of the 3rd to make it 28-7.To wrap up the fourth quarter Frary rumbled and stumbled for 39yd run and followed up with a 1yd run for a td. The Blue’s Defense shut the Classical offense down when it was needed. Codispotti and Bowers and the entire defense played great all day. 2-0 and looking for a huge turnout for this Friday night in Gloucester at 7:00pm.

1st Quarter
Swampscott Lahrizi td pass from Frary 26 yds 6-0
Lahrizi kick 7-0 Big Blue

2nd Quarter
Swampscott Lahrizi td pass from Frary 36yds 13-0
Lahrizi kick 14-0
 Swampscott Frary to Lahrizi td pass 24 yds 20-0
Lahrizi kick 21-0

3rd Quarter
Swampscott Frary to Faulkner td pass 10yds 27-0 
Lahrizi kick 28-0
 Classical Matt Lauria td pass 21 yds to Ishmael Johnson 28-6
Johnson Kick 28-7

4th Quarter
Swampscott Frary 1 yd td run 34-7
Lahrizi kick 35-7

Cross Country
Both Swampscott boys and girls XC took a split win/loss this past Tuesday vs Danvers and Winthrop.
Both teams fell to Danvers and won over Winthrop.

Top girls
Were Veronica Rizzo Clara Harrington Gigi Dishman Leonie Flacke and Rita LaPlante
 Top Boys Oliver Daniels-Koch Pat Doucette Evan Lippman Darian Wulf
 Both teams are now 1-1 on conference and 1-2 overall

Golf
Last Thursday 9/15 we defeated the Marblehead Magician's by 7 points 39.5 - 32.5.  Everyone contributed to the win scoring 4 or more points.  Big winners were Andrew Dove 5 pts, Adam Dishman 5 pts., Mike Johnson 6.5 pts., Ryan Graciale 5 pts., Max Pegnato 5 pts., and Steven Santanello 5 pts. 
 
On 9/20 we lost our second match of the season by to Wakefield 10 points. Wakefield 41, Swampscott 31:  Our lone win came from Mike Johnson at No. 4 by a 6-3 margin.    

We won against Peabody (41.5-30.5) on  9/21, and we remained undefeated in league play with a win on the road against Winthrop. Andrew Dove ties his match in the No. 1 slot, Jake Goldman, Adam Dishman, Mike Johnson, Ryan Graciale, David Peterson, and Zak Lowe also won points for the team. Swampscott is now 5-2 overall.

Field Hockey
Record 1-0-4

9/15 @ Peabody 0-0
Jillian Flanders had 10 saves in net, Sara Ryan, Mary Miles and Caroline Kinne had great defensive performanes.

9/21 @ Beverly 2-2
Sydney Cresta scored 8 minutes into the second half off a corner shot by Michaela Freddo
Olivia Fillenworth tied it up at 2-2 with her first varsity goal off a corner rebound shot by Michaela Freddo which hit off the post.
Sara Ryan had a stand out game at defense with her first defensive save this season.
Jillian Flanders had 8 saves in goal.

Volleyball
Swampscott Volleyball started their season off on the right foot this year by winning their first three matches to begin with a 3-0 record.
On September 7th Swampscott went to Saugus where they defeated a young team pretty handily with a match score of 3-1. It was a match where the entire Team got a chance to contribute and did so fairly evenly.

We next faced a stronger Winthrop team at home on September 8th.
We lost the first set 19-25, then came back to win the next 2 sets 25-23,25-20.
The 4th set didn't go well were we lost it 16-25 forcing a 15 pt deciding 5th set.
Swampscott was able to refocus and win the deciding set 15-10 defeating Winthrop for the first time in their Conference history. The Team combine for 16 serving Aces, 23 kills and 8 defensive digs.

We then went to Salem on September 13th where we defeated Salem with a match score of 3-1. We on the first 2 sets with scores of 25-16 and 26-20. Salem came back in the 3rd to win it 13-25 gaining a little momentum but Swampscott was able to shut that down quickly with a score of 25-17 in the fourth set. Again another match where the entire team got a chance to contribute. The team combined for 17 serving Aces, 25 Kills and 11 huge blocks.

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