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Martlets Fall to T-P

The JV boys should be proud of the way they turned the momentum in their favor this afternoon. They finished the first half two goals down but emerged for the second with a determination to change the game. Daniel Olaosebikan ‘26 continued his scoring streak after a good work for the assist from Jin Lee ‘24. Jin and Daniel put in a great effort this afternoon and were dangerous throughout the second half. Auggie Barret ‘24 was imperious in defense, making the players around him better and always competing hard for the crest. Nick Lopriore ‘26 was a revelation this afternoon. Nick doesn’t believe in lost causes and was a danger in both defense and attack. If he ever goes down then he immediately pops back up to get in position, and his focus and energy are limitless. The boys resoundingly won the second half and are looking forward to Avon on Saturday.

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