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Morning Round-up: Wildcats Fall to King

January 27, 2010

The Rye Country Day girls’ basketball team battled 11-1 King valiantly Tuesday at home, but fell in the end 42-35. King’s Briana Brown was too much to overcome on both offense and defense — she scored 27 and limited Alexandra Osborn-Jones’ effectiveness for the Wildcats. Carolyn Binder was a bright spot for RCDS. She scored 14 in the losing effort. More on this game and the season later in the week and in the next hard copy of The Rye Record.

Carolyn Binder

The RCDS boys’ squash team was victorious, however. They swept host Delbarton 7-0 with strong efforts from each Wildcat player.


Morning Round-up: Alidadi Saves 31 in Victory

December 17, 2009

The Rye Country Day boys’ hockey team sent back Iona Prep Wednesday with a 2-1 victory. Jeff Horowitz scored the eventual game-winner on a breakaway in the second period, and Shayne Bingham also netted a goal for the Wildcats. Omeed Alidadi made 31 big saves in goal.

The Wildcats celebrate a goal
Coming off their win at the Princeton tournament, the Rye Country Day girls’ hockey team dropped a 6-0 decision on the road at Greenwich Academy. Nicole Grosser made 43 saves in the loss.

The Rye Country Day boys’ squash team kept their hot start to the season going with a 6-1 win against Horace Mann at home. Dan Judd, Matt Stevens, Michael Walsh, Grayson Clary, John Shuck and Thomas Galluccio all won for the Wildcats.


Morning Round-up: Panthers Roar at Westlake

December 10, 2009

With a 20-point performance from Justin Franks and 17 from Ryan Pennell, the Rye Neck boys’ basketball team was able to defeat Westlake 67-54 on the road Wednesday. The win moved the Panthers back to .500 at 2-2.

Although individual matches were closer than the lopsided final score might indicate, the Rye Country Day boys’ squash team faltered at home to rival Bruswick in a 7-0 loss.


Morning Round-up: Wildcats Improve to 3-0

December 8, 2009

The schedule was light yesterday, but the Rye Country Day boys’ squash team made the most of the spotlight by cruising to a 7-0 victory at home against King. The Wildcats were serving bagels up and down the lineup, as each player — Harry Razook, Grayson Clary, Harrison Baker, John Shuck, Matt Swain, Mark Temple, and Jake Wright — defeated the opposition 3-0.


Morning Round-up: Wildcats Win Fieldston Tournament

December 7, 2009

The Rye Country Day boys’ basketball team opened their season in promising fashion. They defeated St. Ann’s and Fieldston on consecutive days to win the Fieldston tournament. In Saturday’s championship tilt, the Wildcats edged the tournament hosts 58-54. Lowes Moore scored 12 points and was awarded MVP honors. Darren Douglas chipped in 15 for RCDS. The Wildcats overpowerd St. Ann’s on Friday, 57-34. Moore scored 13 in the victory.

Lowes Moore

On the girls’ side, Rye Country Day faltered in the Fieldston finals after thrashing NYC’s Convent of the Sacred Heart in the opening round. Alexandra Osborn-Jones recorded a double-double with 14 points and 11 rebounds, and Carolyn Binder scored 13, but Staten Island Academy eked out a 48-45 win in the championship. The Wildcats 52-19 defeat of CSH one day earlier came thanks to another double-double from OJ. She paced RCDS with 18 points and 11 rebounds, while Binder added 15 points and dished six assists.


Afternoon Round-up: Wildcats Roar in Season-Opener

December 3, 2009

The Rye Country Day boys’ hockey team began their season with a thrilling overtime victory yesterday. Shayne Bingham didn’t allow the drama to last in the overtime session, as he scored one minute in to give his Wildcats a 3-2 victory over visiting Rye Town/Harrison. Omeed Alidadi recorded 10 saves in net, and Chris Seter and Cole Kleinberg scored goals in regulation. Jeffrey Horowitz assisted twice.

The girls’ ice Wildcats weren’t as fortunate. They fell 7-1 on the road at Cantebury. Nicole Grosser faced a deluge of shots on goal, and was able to save an incredible 48. Kayti Faustini scored Rye Country Day’s lone goal.