The Hotchkiss Record

Blue and White Adds Leaders

The Blue Mob walks down to the ’49 Fields to cheer on sports teams.

Lucy Haswell '20

October 4, 2018

Have you noticed more school spirit on game days this season? Last year, the Blue and White Society had three Senior heads, one Upper Mid head, and a board made up of Seniors and Upper Mids. As their time as school spirit leaders came to an end, however, last year’s heads wanted more members of the com...

Boys Water Polo Shares an Unbreakable Bond

Boys Water Polo Shares an Unbreakable Bond

Sydney Goldstein ’22, Features Editor

October 4, 2018

The tide may be finally turning for Boys Varsity Water Polo.  With a new head coach and five new players, the team is confident that it can get the program moving in the right direction. This season, five new players join 13 returners. According to Carter Levine ’22, “The transition has been very good,...

Exceptional Athlete and Sore Loser

Exceptional Athlete and Sore Loser

Cyrus Farmaian '20

October 4, 2018

On Saturday, September 8, 2018, tennis superstar Serena Williams and underdog Naomi Osaka faced off in what would become the most controversial and talked about U.S. Open Women’s Singles finals in recent history. The first set of the match went relatively smoothly, with Osaka breaking Williams’s ...

Athlete of the Issue: Andrew Sidamon-Eristoff

Andrew Sidamon-Eristoff ’19 tackles a hill at home cross country meet.

Luke Kalaydjian '20

October 4, 2018

Andrew Sidamon-Eristoff ’19 is co-captain of the Cross-Country team and has been running with the team since his Prep year. Andrew is also an active member and co-captain of Track and Field during the Spring season. Kostia Howard ’20, said, “He’s a very motivated runner and very dedicated to the...

Thirds Field Hockey Avenges Loss to Taft

Daphne Chao ’20 practices her stick skills.

October 4, 2018

One loss. Taft 1, Hotchkiss 0. One year ago, that’s all that separated the Hotchkiss Thirds Field Hockey team from an undefeated season.  On the last game of the season home against Taft, the team suffered a shocking upset in what was supposed to be the cherry on top of a historic season. When t...

Athlete of the Issue: Bonnie Dana ’19

Bonnie Dana ’19 passes the ball on Taylor Fields.

Britney Douglas ’19

September 20, 2018

Bonnie Dana ’18 is a current co-captain and four-year member of the Girls Varsity Soccer team. She has played defense for four years and utilizes her love of and skill in the game to help elevate the Girls Varsity Soccer team. Commenting on Bonnie’s ability, teammate Meredith Moran ’19 said, “Whe...

Meet the New Coaches

Maura Thompson ’20

September 20, 2018

Katherine Boyd Mrs. Katherine Boyd will be an assistant coach for the JV volleyball team. “Helping out with JV Volleyball has been a lot of fun so far. As a college advisor, much of my work with students is one-on-one, so I am really enjoying spending time with students in more of a team setting....

Girls Volleyball Sets Out to Spike the Season

Harper Pertchik ’20 spikes the volleball during a game.

Deb Adeyemi ’20

September 20, 2018

Nine girls, four new players, three wins, one team. When facing opposition, Girls Varsity Volleyball handles the competition the way they know best: together. Girls Varsity Volleyball battled it out and won its scrimmages against Housatonic Valley Regional High School, Berkshire, and Taft during the p...

By the Numbers: Fall Sports

By the Numbers: Fall Sports

Tina Guo ’19

September 20, 2018

Varsity Football Trains to Kick Off Big Season

Jebb Vincent ‘19 punts the football at Berkshire last Saturday, September 15.

Stephanie Ge'22

September 20, 2018

Family: it’s a word the Varsity Football team has adopted as a description of the mindset it hopes to embody. From its first-ever off-campus preseason to a brand new conditioning program, the players seem ready to turn a corner in their performance on the field and their relationships off of it. Last...

Fall Season Preview

Michael Leon ’21, Boys Varsity Soccer.

September 7, 2018

Photos | Edward Guo ’19, Greg Lock, Harry Roepers ’19, Andrey Von Emme ’18, Jeffery Zhai ’20