JV Boys Lacrosse was able to top Rumsey in a tightly contested 6-5 game. With almost no returners, the team turned to new players like Pato Albitos and Rylie Robinson to lead the way.

Varsity Boys Lacrosse continued its winning ways against Taft with a really strong 9-6 victory against Taft. Despite being undersized and much younger, the boys were able to play as a team and overcome the opponent. Two recent losses against Salisbury and Trinity-Pawling have set their record to 2-3 as the halfway point of the season approaches.

Varsity Girls Lacrosse is 1-1 in their last two games. In their win against Kent, the girls were able to string together many passes in the offensive end and find the back of the net with regularity. On defense, they were able to hold Kent to only 2 goals. The girls lost to Rumsey in a bitterly cold, rainy game. After a competitive first half, IMS fell behind and was not able to catch back up to the Blue Dogs.

Varsity Tennis is 2-1 in the last three matches with wins against Gunnery and Berkshire, respectively, and a loss to Millbrook. Alex Liang and Jasper Pearman have been leaders and consistent performers so far this season and the rest of the team looks to be catching up as well. With many matches to go, the boys will look to keep the success going!

JV Tennis followed up its first win the season with an impressive performance against Renbrook. In their next match, they faced a much tough matchup against Rumsey and came away with a loss. Fortunately, there is a rematch between Rumsey and IMS in the near future as the falcons will look to rebound.

JV Baseball started off its year with a 7-2 loss against Rumsey. Despite being a young team, there is potential at every position for IMS. New catcher, Tieler Traggio, is a natural behind the plate and rarely lets a ball get away from him. Classmates Will Mulder, Jack Nestler, and Finn Harney set the tone for the infield, making plays and making each other better.

The Golf team made their season debut against Masters on a beautiful course in Simsbury. The match was one of the first days the team had been able to make it onto an actual course this season and the results reflected the lack of experience. Overall, the score was a 5-2 loss, with Alec Vagliano and Michelle Chiang picking up individual victories.

Varsity Baseball had a tough loss, 11-1, against Berkshire and has had two other potential games called due to weather.

While not being able to compete against other teams recently due to weather, Softball is well rested and ready to go when their schedule picks back up!