Week in Sports: Week of May 8


Lauren Becker

Junior Jared Vogel flings himself over the pole vaulting bar. The MIAA/IAAM championships prelim took place on Wednesday, May 10, at our home track.

Golf- Monday

The golf team traveled to Boys Latin School of Maryland’s course on Monday, May 8 and lost 7 ½-13 ½. Senior Captain Franklen Lockhart was happy with the match, even though they did not win. “It was a tough match, but most of the team played well, and it got us focused for our playoff match,” Lockhart said.

Men’s Varsity and JV Lacrosse- Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday

The men’s JV lacrosse team traveled to Archbishop Curley High School on Monday, May 8 and won 10-5. Following their win, on Thursday, May 11, Friends School of Baltimore traveled to JC, and the JV team beat them 11-1. On Tuesday, May 9, St. John’s school traveled to JC and the men’s varsity lacrosse team won 12-5. The men’s varsity lacrosse team later traveled to Glenelg Country school on Friday, May 12 and won 16-8.

Men’s Varsity Baseball- Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday

Playing against St. Paul’s School, the JC varsity baseball team played a close game away and came out with a win of 6-5. Following their win, the team played a home game against Loyola Blakefield on Wednesday with a 1-0 win. Hoping to continue their winning streak, the team headed to Loyola on Friday, May 10 for the MIAA A Conference tournament and lost their first game 5-3, ending their season.

Men’s and Women’s track and field- Wednesday

On Wednesday, May 10, the track teams traveled to Archbishop Spalding for the MIAA championship prelims. Junior Evan Tridone set a personal record in the high jump, and sophomore Holly Dixon, along with junior Chika Chuku, qualified in the 100 meter and 200 meter. Juniors Ashlee Kothenbeutel, Chika Chuku, and senior Taylor Brewer also qualified for the 100 hurdles and the 300 hurdles.

Paige Alban is an In-Focus Editor and Anna Sullivan is an Entertainment Editor for The Patriot and jcpatriot.com.