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Martlets Fall to Choate

An improved performance fell short as Choate scored two late second half goals in an otherwise even contest. There was greater intensity in the important moments from the Westminster boys, and it was only tired legs in the final stages that let the team down. Will McCarthy ‘25 put in a much improved performance hinting at the selfless dedication that defined his season last year. Will remains the consummate teammate, filling in at any necessary position and always eager to support those around him. Mark Yang ‘26 enjoyed his best outing so far, showing strength on and off the ball and working well with the players around him. Mark will continue his gradual improvement with more gametime and I expect him to find the back of the net soon. Shaw Turton ‘25 returned to the team and inspired the group with his tireless effort and willingness to put in the hard work. Shaw is vocal on the field and rarely shies away from speaking his mind. It will be good to have him available for selection in the coming run of games.
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