City Squash
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College and Boarding School Seasons Off to a Strong Start

This year, CitySquash has 16 boarding school students and 14 college students playing squash for their schools. At Saint Lawrence, senior Chris Fernandez and freshman Kingsley Amoako are having a very strong season with the Saints. The team is on a 7-0 winning streak and has jumped to 4th place nationally, and neither CitySquasher has dropped a match yet! Other undefeated players include Jesse Pacheco, #2 and co-captain of the Cornell women’s team, and Katiria Sanchez, sophomore at Trinity playing #7/#8. Bates Men’s and Women’s teammates Darrius Campbell (freshman) and Myriam Kelly (junior) have each only dropped one match with their teams, to squash powerhouse Trinity College. Freshman Andrew Cadienhead at Middlebury, our first Panther, is already having a strong season in the top three positions, with a 5-2 record so far. Boarding school seasons just began in December, but already we have seen great results. Westover senior and captain Jocelyn McKenzie led her team to victory over the Kent School at the #1 position. Sophomore Jeremy Carasquillo will also be playing #1 for his team, Suffield Academy. Our new freshmen at Taft, Maria Serrano and Billy Fleurima, have each won their first boarding school matches against Groton and Brunswick, respectively. We are cheering for all of our boarders and college students this season, and can’t wait to see how they will do in the new year!