Greenwich Connecticut Sports
Greenwich energy, enthusiasm and optimism are in the air, and enthusiasm is even greater at Greenwich Country Day School. Danbury Girls Soccer's training was in full swing on Wednesday, while field hockey was scheduled to be played at J. Walter Kennedy Stadium. The girls' football team trained with masks, but the teams only practiced for basic condition. While field hockey was being practiced, the boys were playing soccer at 11-on-11 and were behaving off the field to practice on the front field.
Westhill volleyball coach Marianna Linnehan said the resilience of the athletes had made time outdoors a little easier for her team.
Although the team has had less time together on the field than most, Halas is confident his team is ready for next season. I will do everything in my power to get the girls of Torrington High School ready to play and I will not break any rules to do that, "said Ray, whose daughter Michelle Sarah was a legendary athlete at the Royals' Torlington High School. She and the Royals "football coaches, Ray Royals and Carol Hewitt, along with coaches from across the state, did everything they could to" get it done "by October 1.
On the campus of the middle and lower levels there are two that can be used for lacrosse and a third that can hold softball games. The spring season will include two high schools, Torrington High School and Torlington Middle School. Both football in the fall and lacrosse in the spring are played on the same field on the high school campus, but Halas said the school plans to continue to provide a junior team, even though the team will become a full-fledged team next year.
The Melrose Estate sports complex includes Torrington High School, Torlington Middle School and the universities of Old Church Road and Stanwich Road. On the campus of the lower and middle school, where the upper school is located, there are eight fields and four gyms, as well as two tennis courts, which are located both on the campus of the upper school and on the lower level.
In the fast approaching autumn season, the school will offer a variety of sports for boys and girls, as well as for men and women. Autumn sports include cross country, athletics, football, football, volleyball, basketball, baseball, lacrosse and cross country for boys or girls. During the winter season, GCDS and high school students will be offering squash for boys for the first time in their history. Activities include strength and flexibility stations, which can be used in the sports hall, gym, tennis courts, on the sports field and on the field.
Kim Eves, who previously worked as communications director for Greenwich Public Schools, will now be the new communications director for GCDS and high school sports. James Gussis is football coach, David Flower coaches the girls team and Alan Marsh runs the boys team after being appointed head coach for the first time in school history last year.
He believes moving football to the spring season could affect athletes and potentially lead to injuries that lead to overuse. Trifone said some athletes from other Cheshire sports had pulled out out out of the event out of concern for the virus. Lemke said he had some students who chose the game last season because of the full virtual learning experience. The district has ruled that such students cannot participate in sports, but not all have done so.
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