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Martlets Fall to Suffield

The JV Boys were undone by two lapses in concentration which punished an otherwise earnest display. This was a back and forth contest and the Westminster boys were unlucky not to have taken their chances. Control in the final third proved elusive as Westminster struggled to find the final pass. Daniel Olaosebikan ‘26 had a busy afternoon and refused to give up on any ball. Daniel endured several heavy challenges only to pop back up each time, his determination is an inspiration for the team behind him. Jeffrey Niu ‘26 was happy to put in the hard work for the team, and is improving his knowledge of the game with each practice session. Jeffrey puts in the hard work on both defense and offense, and is proving a useful member of the team. Kimi Weng ‘24 drives the team with his intent and energy. He wants the group to play well and improve at every opportunity. Kimi never shies away from a challenge and leads the team by example.
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