OCT. 16, 2009 THE PIGTAIL Page 1
Dress Down Day raises Mid-Autumn Festival Varsity Soccer still undefeated
over $900 celebrated
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Vol. LXXXIV No. 1 Published by the students at South Kent School as a forum for the SKS Community Oct. 16, 2009
‘The Perch’ opens as school snack shop
BY TAE HOON KIM • STAFF REPORTER
Last year, a snack shop was run in
Garﬁeld by the Third Form and students
loved it. However, this year the Entrepre-
neurial class, led by Mr. Phil Darrin, has
developed a new way to provide snacks to
The motivation for making the new
class came from the school’s desire to
teach students to become entrepreneurs.
“Following Mr. Vadnais’ call for the
Innovation/Entrepreneurship Center, Mr.
Chavka and Mr. Garcia came up with the
idea of the Economics class running The
Perch,” Mr. Darrin said. “It works very
well with the lessons learned in the Econ
class as well. What better way to learn sup-
ply and demand than to run a shop?”
Pigtail Photo/ Leo Qixiang Fan
The class created a new snack shop
in the Dining Hall selling drinks, cereals, Some of the offerings at the weeknight snack shop, The Perch.
French fries, cookies, and special menus said.
leading students of the Entrepreneurial
every weekday. Almost every student in Even with these successes, some stu-
the school visits it, and it had been recently dents have shown their dissatisfaction.
“I like it because I can actually learn
named “The Perch.”
economy by working on The Perch,” he Continued on Page 2
Sixth Former Ji Hoon Wi is one of the
Some express concern over campus security cameras
BY JI HOON WI • STAFF REPORTER machine. “If we start have the security cameras
The camera at the driveway is set up [everywhere] on the Hillside, can [it be]
South Kent has decided to have secu- to monitor trafﬁc entering and leaving the possible to have the CCTV (close circuit
rity cameras installed this year. Students campus. television) in the dormitory like a prison?”
have been told that the new cameras will “It’s great because we’ve got secruity asked SeongHoon Cheon, a Third For-
help protect them from crime. and we can know who has come to our mer. “This camera will spread all over the
Unfortunately, the campus has suffered school,” said Mr. Gonzalo Garcia-Pedroso, school like a ﬂu.”
two major thefts already this year. State the Dean of Students. “It may be great Some of returning boys thought these
Police were called in to investigate the evidence to catch thiefs.” cameras at South Kent symbolize a dis-
thefts. While some may feel more protected, trust.
There is a camera installed at the entry there are some students who feel this moni- Hillside boys have always been broth-
driveway and there are also cameras to toring may be used to invade the personal ers by the trust-bond with each other. But
monitor the new snack shop and the ATM space of students. Continued on Page 3
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Editorial & Opinion
Security cameras needed
When is it acceptable to break the carefully assembled bound-
ary of civil liberty to preserve the existence of a society? On the
other hand, when do private rights and privileges contaminate the
responsibilities within a community? When the trust is breached?
Seeing cameras on South Kent’s campus is something we are
still getting used to; both in presence and concept. Admittedly,
when the topic of the security-cameras arose, much of the student
body was immediately in strong opposition. Nobody has the right
to oversee the lives of each and every member of a community
through some tinted, ﬁsh-eye lens. What’s next, mail-checks and
Pigtail Photo/ Leo Qixiang Fan
However, in light of the recent theft-issue, it has become clear
that we have not yet achieved a passing mark in human decency Colors of Fall
and trustworthiness to where we can have a camera-free school. A scenic view of Fall color on campus.
How can we even begin to campaign for more generous privileges
in privacy when we can’t go to the bathroom without locking our
rooms behind us? How, as a community, do we deserve the re-
moval of cameras when sleeping with an unlocked door has now Dress Down Day raises over $900
become a theft liability?
BY ANDREW JANSEN • STAFF REPORTER
In fact, some students, now less in possession due to the
recent series of theft, wish only for more cameras, better angles,
The Dress Down Day on Oct. 8 was successful in raising over
etc. When the honor of thieves runs so thick on campus to where
$900, which went to help support a cherished South Kent com-
only a State Cop with ﬂashing lights can cause the scurrying of
munity member, Administrative Assistant Cathy Boyle, whose
parasites from the deadwood, what exactly is our major concern?
husband recently passed away in September.
The question should not be “should there or not be security-cam-
Not only did the South Kent students and Ms. Boyle beneﬁt
eras on campus”, but instead, why have we allowed ourselves to
from the day, but the community beneﬁted as well – both faculty
get to a point where cameras are even an option?
and students were brought closer together and worked as a team
to support a member of the community who was affected by an
The Pigtail welcomes letters to the editor and submissions for unfortunate loss.
publication. The editors reserve the right to edit all pieces submitted. “After hearing about the deplorable situation that Ms.Boyle
was suddenly faced with, I felt that the South Kent community
really needed to step in and help her,” explained Prefect Doug
McLean. “Though many of us are not yet acquainted with every-
one, this selﬂess act by the community has served as a reminder,
showing that no matter how big or how small our role is in the
Oct. 16, 2009 Vol. LXXXIV No. 1 community, we will all work together as one to help pick up a
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fallen member off the ground.”
Snack Shop opens for business
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Kent, CT. “Pigtail” was a nickname for the town of South Kent in
the early 1900’s.
Continued from Page 1
Editor in Chief ____________________________ Patrick Fleming “The people that work for snack shop of the school.
The Perch are not very kind. Each of the forms are
They don’t say ‘thank you, assigned speciﬁc times each
Reporters and Photographers ____________________ Jake Cho
have a good day,’ ” said An- weeknight to go to The Perch.
Sean Byung Gue Kim, Daniel Seong Hoon Cheon, David Jung drew Bonetti, a Fourth Former. Third and Fourth Formers 9:30-
Hyuk Lee, John Seunghwan Jin, Yun Suk Park, Tae Hoon Kim, “And the price is sometimes 10:00; Fifth Formers 10:00-
Evan Haoyun Zhou, Leo Qixiang Fan, Andrew Jansen, Hyundo Im extreme.” 10:30; Sixth Formers and PGs
Sam Sang Won Chung, Alan Donghwi Jin, JJ Moore, Ji-Hoon Wi However, The Perch is 10:30-11:00.
settling in as the main evening
Faculty Adviser Ms. Lynn Mellis Worthington
OCT. 16, 2009 THE PIGTAIL Page 3
China’s Mid- Autumn Festival celebrated
BY HAOYUN (EVAN) ZHOU
Most of the Chinese
students, and a small number
of Korean boys, started their
celebration of the Mid-Autumn
Festival Oct. 3 for the ﬁrst time
since students joined the com-
munity of South Kent School
with the support of Father
Steve Klots and Mrs. Susan Bo-
nis, who drove everyone to the
Panda Empire restaurant.
Students had a great time
at the dinner because Panda
Empire prepared authentic food
and even served traditional
As one of the new Chinese
students, Fifth Former Leo Fan
joined the celebration of the
Mid- Autumn Festival.
“It is my ﬁrst time to feel Pigtail Photo/ Leo Qixiang Fan
the character of Chinese culture The group of students, joined by Mrs. Bonis and Father Klots, celebrated the Mid-Autumn Festival.
since I came to the United
States,” Leo said. “I really perfect-circle moon comes out, of the Mid-Autumn Festival in could not let the day go by
enjoy the delicious Chinese people will go to the yard while China. I think it was Yucheng without ﬁnding some way to
food, which I have not eaten for eating mooncakes. Cao and Danqing Xie, both of celebrate it as a school.”
a long time.” Father Klots, who orga- whom graduated last year, who His support has really given
In China, the Mid-Au- nized the dinner with several ﬁrst told me about it,” he said. the Chinese students an abso-
tumn Festival is always in the students, wanted to recognize “Because we have such a large lutely different feeling while
“Fifteenth of the Eighth Moon” the importance of the day. group of students from all parts they are in a foreign country. It
every year, and all the fam- “In the last few years, of China – Hong Kong, Taiwan, also will encourage the commu-
ily members meet together to I’ve learned from our Chinese and the PRC – I decided we nication between two different
have a formal meal. When the students about the importance cultures.
ATM machine offers quick money
Security cameras concern some
BY BYUNG GUE KIM This new machine may Continued from Page 1
STAFF REPORTER make student lives a little
easier and it may also help
protect them from theft. If a
theft on the Hillside starts “This camera will
Students now have access to melt down those bonds.
to an ATM machine near the student keeps money in his Students have expressed sad- spread all over the
entrance to the Dining Hall. room, someone may steal it. If ness at these changes, but they school like a ﬂu.”
The new machine was put in to the money is in the bank until
help people who need money needed, large amounts of cash
have to learn to take care of
their own items.
really quickly. don’t need to be kept in rooms. Everyone has been en- Cheon, Third
Jake Cho, a Third Former, Students can take money when
they need to or can get cash to
couraged to make use of the Former
is enjoying using the machine. room safes.
“It is so comfortable to use pay for items. Mr. Garcia said that the
ATM machine, because it is However, there are also cameras will not be used in
in front of the Dining Hall,” problems with the new machine students’ personal space.
he said. “If I get out from running out of money.
the school I can take money “I have a discontent from the
ATM machine,” said Seong Hoon
Cheon, a Third Former.
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Three new teachers join SKS faculty this fall
Pigtail Photo/ Leo Qixiang Fan Pigtail Photo/JJ Moore Pigtail Photo/Seong Hoon Cheon
Mr. Scott Farley Mr. Alex Woodhouse Mr. Dan Kupper
BY SEUNG HWAN (JOHN) JIN • STAFF REPORTER BY JJ MOORE • STAFF REPORTER BY JI HOON WI • STAFF REPORTER
Mr. Scott Farley is a new math teacher One of the new teaching interns is also Mr. Dan Kupper joined the South Kent
who started this fall at South Kent. He is a a former high school and college basket- faculty this fall, after graduating from Trin-
graduate of Stanford University, where he ball player. Mr. Alex Woodhouse began ity college in Hartford, CT, in the spring of
earned his undergraduate degree in Eco- working at South Kent this fall. 2009. He played soccer at Trinity and he
nomics and his MBA (Master of Business As a young man he felt that basketball was a captain of the soccer team during his
Administration). He has taught in many would be something he’d be interested in. senior year.
other schools. When he attended Hay Field High School, Mr. Kupper graduated from Wethers-
“Unlike other schools, I am much more he played basketball for all four years. He ﬁeld High school in Wethersﬁeld, CT, as a
interested in South Kent School because was offered a full scholarship to Colgate. member of the Class of 2005. His soccer
students in this school can make anything He played power forward and was known team won two state championships.
happen,” he said. as a leader on the court. He ended up stay- When Mr. Kupper decided to go to
SKS has many academic opportunities ing there ﬁve years due to a shoulder injury college, he chose Trinity because he was
for students and its reputation is very good, and he tore his ACL twice. During his attracted to the soccer program and the
he added. Mr. Farley is now experiencing recovery, he really focused on his academ- high quality academics.
the real rounded society at SKS, and has ics and ﬁnished his college career with a “Trinity is very small college (with)
found both students and staff to be very degree in African Studies and a minor in small classes, however, we have very high
friendly. Sociology. quality of academics and students..(like)
“People I’ve met at SKS are differ- At SKS, Mr. Woodhouse is teaching South Kent School. That’s why I decide
ent in that they have such big ideas,” he African History and is an assistant coach to come to South Kent,” he said. “This is
said. “A lot of things are going on at this for the Prep Basketball team. very familiar to me like the college where I
school.” As he has experienced only a “It is fun and interesting coaching. It is graduated from.”
small part of SKS so far, he applauds what completely different from being a player,” He coached a summer soccer camp for
he has seen to this point. Mr. Woodhouse said. He has found coach- ﬁve years. These experiences enabled him
He lives with his wife and 5-year-old ing to be rewarding and he enjoys helping to serve as an assistant soccer coach for
son, Patrick, in Ridgeﬁeld, CT, and com- others get better, rather than just working the Cardinal Varsity Soccer. He is also a
mutes into school each day. He likes to on his own game. He noted that one person teaching inter and will ﬁll in for Mrs. Kelli
watch movies and build robots with his he looked up to while growing up was his Darrin when she is on maternity leave this
son, but they both hate to watch TV. uncle. fall.
“He always pushed me to succeed and
work hard,” Mr. Woodhouse noted.
His love of the sport is total. When
asked to pinpoint one thing that he loves
about basketball, he replied, “Everything!”
OCT. 16, 2009 THE PIGTAIL Page 5
BY JAKE CHO • STAFF REPORTER
The school year began with 17 new
students in the Third Form. Students met
Third Form Dean Mr. Jeff Galusha for
the ﬁrst time Sept. 9 and had a good time
introducing each other.
Third Formers were a little perplexed
at ﬁrst when they arrived on campus –as
there was a lot of change facing them. Photo courtesy of Mr. and Mrs. Brown
Adapting to a new environment is not easy. Mr. Woody Brown, far left, enjoys China with other teachers, along with Mrs. Pixie Brown (second from right).
They started to memorize students’ and
teachers’ names. The campus layout and
buildings were also difﬁcult at ﬁrst. Just
navigating where they were on campus
Browns teaching in China
sometimes made students late to class in BY HAOYUN (EVAN) ZHOU • STAFF REPORTER wonderful cards that were effusive in their
the beginning of the year. Third Formers expressions of gratitude to their teachers,”
all live in Garﬁeld Dorm, which is located Mr. Woody Brown, one of South Kent he wrote. The Browns are really enjoying
in the southern part of campus. School faculty members, is serving in an their time in China.
Mr. Galusha, who also lives in Garﬁeld exchange program in China. He is teaching Students here are keeping track of what
is in charge of the Third Form. Even the at the Chinese Shanghai Guang Ming High the exchange teachers are doing.
teachers face challenges with the beginning School with his wife, Mrs. Pixie Brown, as “I am really jealous right now because
of the year. foreign language teachers. I missed the opportunity of having such ex-
“It is certainly a challenge, working When they arrived in Shanghai in late cellent English teachers, who are the native
with boys from all over the world, learn- August, Rongxin Wang, a Fifth Former English speakers,” Rongxin commented.
ing to live together in a new setting,” Mr. from Shanghai, as well as other students The exchange program will not only
Galusha noted. “This year is particularly from Guang Ming High School, served as increase the communication between dif-
interesting as we are one half day stu- tour guides in the one of the most famous ferent cultures, but also could bring advan-
dents.” cities in China. tages to students, who would like to learn a
After the ﬁrst month of school, now They have joined the celebration of foreign language from both of the schools.
almost all of the Third Formers have ac- the 60 National Day, the Teacher’s Day
th The Browns will stay in China until
climated to many of the new aspects to and the Mid-Autumn Festival. Mr. Brown December. There will be a Chinese teacher
school. wrote in his blog about the feeling of the coming to South Kent School in the Winter
Mr. Galusha believes this year’s Third Teacher’s Day. Term.
Formers are progressing well in their “Each class’s monitor appeared in the Whoever is interested in the journey
development. ofﬁce with a small gift from the class: a of Mr. Brown and Mrs. Brown, there is a
“They are a good group of students, hanging Chinese knot, some hand soap, a way to visit their online blog, woodpix.
who can be among the most dedicated I pair of chopsticks [yea!], a small silk- wordpress.com.
have seen yet. There are times when they covered notebook, some air freshener and
need some reminding that they are here
for studying, but all in all they seem to be
a good group of young men,” he said. His
hope is that they will all become dedicated
students and in four years will be leaders in
The Pigtail welcomes new staff members.
the school community.
Third Form students, Mr. Galusha and
Talk to Editor Pat Fleming if you’d like to be a part
Mr. Derek Richardson traveled Sept. 20 on of this student publication.
a trip to rural Pennsylvania for three days
and two nights. They stayed in cabins in
the forest, and went to museums.
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Varsity “My ﬁrst
goal for this
Soccer sails year cannot
through New England
undefeated would be
really good to
season win the second
time in two
BY JONGHYUK (DAVID) LEE • STAFF REPORTER years.”
The South Kent Varsity Soccer team
has begun a great season with an unde-
feated record of 9-0-1. Last year, Varsity
Soccer won the 2008 New England Class
As of now, the Varsity Soccer team is
ranked number 1 by the WNEPSSA (West-
ern New England Prep School Soccer As-
sociation). Several new players have joined
the team from Bermuda and Brazil. Varsity Captain Fabio Pereira
Coach Owen Finberg said the team’s launches the ball during a
goals don’t vary.
“Our goals are always the same from Pigtail Photo/ Leo Qixiang Fan
year to year. At school, we want our
players to be respected members of the He has a lot of conﬁdence in this year’s Hamden Hall at home on Saturday for
community and to be good students,” said team. Fall Family Weekend.
Coach Finberg. “On the ﬁeld, we want our “We have a strong and solid team this The game results this season are:
team and players to continually improve year.” vs. St. Luke’s, 3-1 W
and to win championships, while handling The team is aiming for a championship vs. Kent, 1-1 T
vs. Greens Farms, 2-1 W
themselves with class.” win again this year. vs. Hotchkiss, 2-0 W
The most recent big match they had “My ﬁrst goal for this year cannot vs. Trinity-Pawling, 4-0 W
vs. Northﬁeld Mt Hermon, 3-1 W
was against Kent School on Oct. 3, when be anything other than New England vs. Sufﬁeld, 3-0 W
they tied 1-1. Both South Kent and Kent Champs,” Fabio said. “It would be really vs. Lawrenceville, 3-1 W
Varsity soccer teams had really good sea- good to win the second time in two years.” vs. Peddie School, 3-0 W
sons last year, and rival each other in same Next, the Varsity soccer team will face vs. New Canaan, Exhibition
vs. Trinity College, Exhibition
town, so the game was really important to
Captain Fabio Pereira said the Kent
JV Soccer also enjoying undefeated season
Continued from Page 7
game was important.
“The game against Kent was a kind Rasmus converted from the spot with an unstoppable low drive to the left to give the
of special for me. I was here last year, and Cardinal the win.
playing against them in our ﬁeld, I saw “These kind of games makes me want to coach”, said Coach Pereira after the
them leave with 3-1 on the board. That was remarkable game. “We showed great spirit to come from behind and grab the win. I
so bad,” he said. “The game against Kent thoroughly enjoyed watching the game.”
school mixed a lot with me. I wanted to Now, the squad is working hard to keep their perfect record with a victory against
win not only for myself, but to honor the Hamden Hall in front of their own fans on Saturday. Should they get the win, the
school, and all the fans that were there.” Cardinal can celebrate a total of eight wins, which is more than half of the season’s 15
OCT. 16, 2009 THE PIGTAIL Page 7
Football team aims for win against Forman
BY SAM CHUNG • STAFF REPORTER
The Football team has had a number of changes from last
year. With new coaches and new players, they are trying hard to
be a great team and trying to come together.
“The Football team has a very interesting make up this year.
Everyone is trying to ﬁgure out what their assignment is on the
team, but some of new players are very young and inexperienced.
But we are getting together (as a) unit,” said Head Coach Ray
This year’s captains are McKinnon Tompkins, Brandon
Oglesby, and Nate Zaccara. All three captains had same feeling
about leading the team.
“It is good to be a captain, but it is very challenging,” they
Tom Conover was injured and has become helper for the
“It is an interesting change (to go from) student player to Pigtail Photo/ Leo Qixiang Fan
Paul Armstrong carries the ball through the Dalton line.
student coach. It is different feeling standing on the sideline and
watch player playing.” got injured.
Coach Pennucci became the new head coach, taking over “Injury always happen during games. It is sad thing when
from Mr. Kevin Vining. player’s season is over,” noted Coach Pennucci.
“It was dream of mine to be head coach in football,” he said. The team has been preparing hard for the game this weekend
“It is lots of hard work and I’m glad to have opportunity to do it against Forman.
here at SKS, because I really enjoy all of the students and staff “We practice to win and prepare to win,” said Coach Pen-
members here on the Hillside.” nucci. “And, we’ll have a chance (to win) for sure.”
The captains and the coaches shared some of their thoughts The captains expressed their belief in the team’s winning
on the team’s strengths and weaknesses. The team’s strengths are chances.
in that players are playing hard, in good shape, having fun enjoy- “We always have chance depending on how hard we work,”
ing football, and practicing good teamwork. There are a number said McKinnon. “If we play our positions right, we will win for
of strong starting players. sure.”
Some of their weakness are that there are some with inexperi- McKinnon asked a favor of every student at SKS.
ence, and a small number of players on the team. Individuals need “We will do better if we have more fan support, so please
to share enthusiasm, focus on game, and need to get better at their come and watch our game. It will be fun,” he said.
own assignment. At the beginning of the season, lots of players
JV Soccer team enjoys success with four new coaches
BY DONGHWI JIN • STAFF REPORTER of the game, scoring minutes after the kickoff
through an indirect free-kick. The Cardi-
It has been a great beginning for South nal promptly equalized when Alec Edelson
Kent soccer with the JV Soccer team following scored from outside the box after the Kent
the trail of the Varsity team with ﬁve straight goalkeeper pushed away Rasmus Reijola’s
wins. This year Coach Lou Pereira has volun- close-range effort. South Kent looked much
teered to coach the team, along with Coach Jon better after the equalizer and managed to gain
Bellonio, Coach Franck Traore, and Coach Paul the lead for the ﬁrst time when Tri-Captain
Mirabito. Jimmy Gabrione received a 70-yard pass
Coach Pereira, who previously played 10 from sweeper Andonis Vassiliadis and clev-
years on a Portuguese-American soccer team erly chipped the ball over the goalkeeper.
and has been coaching for 20 years, said that he Kent had a couple of chances on goal,
Pigtail Photo/Seong Hoon Cheon
simply likes to coach young men and see them but the Cardinal Goalie Shane Gostisbehere
make progress. was solid in front of goal, producing some remarkable saves. Kent
“The team has made fantastic progress from the day I ﬁrst met did get their equalizer, when their striker, unmarked, blasted a
them,” said Coach Pereira. shot from the corner of the box that bounced off Shane’s gloves
The most notable game was against bitter rivals Kent School and went in. However, South Kent was to have the last laugh as
on Oct. 7 at home, when the Cardinal came out with a hard-fought they earned a penalty kick after the ball hit a Kent defender’s arm;
3-2 victory. It was Kent who took the initiative in the early stages Continued on Page 6
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Rong Xin Wang, Junghyuk
Lee, Andrew Jansen,
Ray Vincent, Ryan Clark,
Haodong Guo during the
start of the Canterbury
Pigtail Photo/ Leo Qixiang Fan
Cross Country improves with each race
exemplifying the improvement of the team.
“I personally hope we will
BY HYUNDO IM • STAFF REPORTER
On Wednesday, SKS beat NYMA. NYMA
This year the Cross Country team has ﬁnish as one of the top is hosting the HVAL Championships, so
it was important for the team to check out
started its season with runners in good
condition and continues to challenge other
two teams in the HVAL that course.
teams in many races, and runners are see- Championships.”
Cross Country results so far this sea-
ing good results from their efforts. – Father Steve Klots son:
Father Steve Klots and Mr. John Funk
are the coaches, with Fifth Formers An- NYMA 1/2
drew Jansen and Rong Xin Wang leading Rong Xin, Junghyuk Lee, King Lau, and Christian Heritage Invitational 3/7
the team as captains. Ryan Clark. Cheshire Invitational 7/12
Because Cross Country is about endur- “Cross Country running is a tedious Marianapolis Invitational 6-15
ance and challenging oneself during a long sport, but I feel that if we continue to work Canterbury Invitational 13/20
period of time, Father Klots wants the team hard and stay positive, I’m certain that we Oakwood Invitational. 3 out of 8
to compete well and get good results. will be a hard team to compete against,”
“I personally hope we will ﬁnish as said Andrew Jansen.
one of the top two teams in the HVAL He said that he is impressed with Cross “Cross Country running is
Championships. Winning the title is not
out of the question, but we will have to
Country team this year, and their team a tedious sport, but I feel
is very consistent in terms of running.
work hard. The New England Champion- Also, he mentioned that he is focusing on that if we continue to work
ships are a much more difﬁcult competi- improving his time in every race and focus hard and stay positive,
tion, but I hope we can ﬁnish in the top less on the external distractions around
ﬁve or six teams out of about 30,” Father him, so he will be successful come the
I’m certain that we will be
Klots said. HVAL’s and New England’s Championship a hard team to compete
He would also like to see Andrew earn
All-New England status, which means he
At the beginning of the season, South
would have to ﬁnish as one of the top 15 Kent lost to Chase by 40 points, NYMA – Captain Andrew Jansen
runners in the New England Champion- (New York Military Academy by 20 points,
ships. The team’s top seven runners are but in the most recent race, lost to Chase
competing well – Andrew, Ray Vincent, by only 20 points and NYMA by 10 points,