As the Falcons continue to progress through a difficult athletic schedule, our teams again prove that they are tough and resilient.

Volleyball captured their first win of the year against Oakwood in a Wednesday afternoon battle. Despite losing key player Maria-Victoria Liberati, the team came together and won in consecutive games.

Girls Varsity Soccer  traveled to Millbrook on Wednesday for a match, and lost 4-1 despite herculean efforts by Sweeper Sarah Swendson and Keeper Ore Tejuoso.

Boys Varsity Soccer continued to assert their dominance with another impressive showing against Salisbury Thirds, winning 8-0. The afternoon trip was highlighted by Left Backer Ashton Colangelo scoring his first career IMS goal.

JV Boys Soccer visited Trinity-Pawling where they faced a physical opponent. Wednesday proved to not be the Falcons day, leaving the pitch with a 7-2 defeat.

Middle School Soccer had a stellar week with a couple of convincing victories against Rumsey Red and Berkshire Country Day, respectively. The Riggs, Doolittle, and Rouse teams have each been able to develop internal chemistry as well as strong inter-team collaboration.

Flag Football and Golf have been enjoying a productive fall. Despite overcoming a few unlikely injuries given the nature of these sports, both programs have shown improvement across the board. These foundational programs lay the groundwork for future success.