Homecoming: Sports Wrap

Knights fans were out in force for Homecoming and Family Day as varsity, JV and Middle School teams competed at home.
Among the varsity teams, girls' soccer, currently 6-1, earned a decisive 8-0 win over Bound Brook in the first round of the Somerset County tournament. Senior Ava Diggins scored two goals, and senior Amelia Kirby notched a goal and two assists. Sophomore goalkeeper Theresa Zimmer came out of the goal to score two goals as well. 
Boys' soccer lost a nail-biter against the Hun School of Princeton. The Knights kept the game tied at one through the first overtime, but a Hun goal in the second overtime cost the Knights the game (2-1).
The varsity girls' tennis team was away at Pingry, competing in the Somerset County championship. The entire team advanced past the second round, and freshman Mayjah Jean-Pierre advanced to first singles championship.
In cross country, the Knights hosted Warldaw-Hartridge and South Hunterdon High. The boys finished strong, with Niels Rongen '20 taking second overall and Matt D'Ovidio '19 trailing just seconds behind for a 2-3 finish. On the girls' squad, senior Nicole Johnson posted second place overall.
Among the JV teams, girls' tennis had an outstanding day, defeating Wardlaw-Hartridge 5-0. JV boys' soccer lost 3-0 against the Hun School.
In Middle School sports, both boys' and girls' soccer defeated Wardlaw-Hartridge (4-1 for the boys and 4-0 for the girls). The boys' cross country team defeated Wardlaw-Hartridge, with seventh-grader Ryan Getzoff taking first overall and sixth-grader Jack Ryan taking second. The girls' squad lost the meet, but eighth-grader Emma Ryan took second overall. Girls' tennis also notched a win, defeating Wardlaw-Hartridge 7-1.
Congratulations to all of our teams for an outstanding day. Go Knights!
Gill St. Bernard’s is an independent, coeducational day school for students age three through grade 12, located in suburban New Jersey. Each of the three school divisions provides a rigorous, meaningful and age-appropriate curriculum, and all students benefit from the environmental learning opportunities that exist on our 208-acre campus.