What’s Happening in OT Sports

Sports recap for the week of September 20

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Olivia Klein

Keep up with OT sports with this weekly recap!

Monday, September 20

The girls tennis team won their game against Bergenfield 5-0. Senior Mia Setrakian, sophomore Chloe Macaluso, and junior Stephanie An all won their singles games. Juniors Brianna Varaiya and Connie Yeo, as well as sophomore Sierra Lumia and freshman Jahnavi Vaghasia won their doubles matches. 

The field hockey team won their game against Passaic Valley 1-0. After 10 shots on goal, senior Nicole Sir scored the lone goal in the fourth quarter, assisted by captain Nina Stonitsch.

The volleyball team won their game against Tenafly 2-0. Senior Jola Olutiola and sophomore Layla Giordano each had seven kills. Junior Emma Gobo had 14 assists.

 

Tuesday, September 21

The girls soccer team tied their game against Pascack Valley 1-1 in double overtime. . Senior Olivia Klein scored a goal, assisted by junior Natalie Carril. Goalkeeper Mackenzie Ward had nine saves. 

The boys soccer team lost their game against Pascack Valley 2-0. 

The girls tennis team lost against Demarest 4-1. Yeo and Lumia won the second doubles match. 

 

Wednesday, September 22

The volleyball team lost their game against Pascack Valley 2-1. Olutiola had 14 kills and 16 digs, while Gobo had nine digs and 18 assists.

The girls tennis team lost 5-0 against Ridgewood. 

 

Thursday, September 23

The girls soccer team won their game against Bergenfield 5-0. Carril led the scoring with two goals as well as an assist. Senior Brooke Farrington and captains Emily Clune and Juliana Morrissey each contributed with a goal. Senior Lauren Cappelmann and sophomore Katherine Kim also provided an assist each. Ward had three saves. 

The field hockey team lost their game against Pompton Lakes 6-0 at home. Goalkeeper Shay McGee had 16 saves. 

The volleyball team won their game against Paramus Catholic 2-0. Olutiola had nine kills, while Gobo had 12 assists and six aces.

 

Friday, September 24

The football team lost their game against Hackensack 20-3 at home.