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2022 Fall Sports Roundup Includes Two Championship Titles

McDonogh teams fared well throughout the 2022 fall sports season, earning their way into the championship rounds of play. Congratulations to all the athletes, coaches, and fans for their sportsmanship throughout the season, and thanks to the Cheer-Dance squad for boosting enthusiasm on the sidelines. Below are the varsity season outcomes.

Girls Tennis: The varsity girls' team defended their title as IAAM A Conference champions. Congratulations to Terry Solins on earning Coach of the Year honors, and to all eight varsity players named to the All-Conference team: Annie Nemoy, Leila Khoury, Sophia Koman, Navia Vohra, Camryn Sciubba, Mason Miller, Victoria Seaman, and Drew Laborwit. Sophia Koman was also recognized as Athlete of the Week for being undefeated throughout her entire high school tennis career.

Girls Cross Country: For the second consecutive year, the girls ran away with the IAAM A Conference title. All-Conference honors were awarded to Sophie Bredar, Mary Gorsky, Erin McCarthy, and Zewdi Tesfayohannes.

Girls Soccer: The team fought its way to the final game of the IAAM A conference play but lost to Mercy in a hard-fought battle. Earning All-Conference honors are Elle Long, Gracie Salias, Kate Levy, and Sabba Haghoo.

Field Hockey: After an exciting season, the girls had a heartbreaking loss to Archbishop Spalding in the semifinal round of the IAAM tournament. Congratulations to Piper Borz and Jaden Dahan on earning All-Conference honors.

Volleyball: The girls team advanced to the quarter-finals of the IAAM Tournament against Mt. deSales where they ended their run. Congratulations to Alexa Klein on earning All-Conference honors.

Water Polo: The boys water polo team made it to the semifinal round of the MIAA championships, where they lost to Gilman. Congratulations to Connor Cashman and Alex Noel who were named to the MIAA All-Conference Team. Connor was also named Athlete of the Year.

Boys Soccer: advanced to the MIAA quarter-finals but fell to Archbishop Curley. Congratulations to Tyler Tucker and Kobe Keomany on earning All-Conference honors.

Football: After beating Gilman in the 106th game of the rivalry, the Eagles lost to Archbishop Spalding in the MIAA semi-finals. Five players: Jefferson Exinor, Jr., Kamden Laudenslager, Noah Onkst, Mason Robinson, and Tamarus Walker received All-Conference honors.

(This story will be updated.)