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Spring Swing 2021

Back and better than ever, the #SBSFamily gathered to celebrate spring sports at Spring Swing!
Friday, April 9, the SBS community came together to celebrate its spring athletes and enjoy beautiful weather-- all while watching America’s favorite pastime! Families with students of all ages found something to enjoy in the parking lot adjacent to the baseball field. From inflatables, to food trucks, to great ball games, it was an evening to remember.

The day’s energy was sparked at lower school carpool as senior athletes greeted younger students to school on this exciting Friday. Followed by a visit to lunch, the excitement continued with an upper school pep rally. For the evening events, our JV baseball, varsity softball and varsity baseball teams all played incredible games. Both of the varsity teams won in two close and exciting match ups. The women won 8 to 7 against St. John’s and the men won 3 to 2 against Lutheran South Academy.

According to head softball coach Brandy Mardis, this year’s team is unified and determined, “Our team is playing well and really clicking on all cylinders. We have great leadership from our seniors and upperclassmen. In addition, the girls are having fun, working hard and seeing it pay off.”

Congratulations to our baseball and softball teams on a great evening! Click here to view photos from Spring Swing 2021. And congratulations to all of our spring sports for exciting seasons thus far -- read below for an update from our teams.

Spring Sports Updates

Tennis
Women - District Champions 
Stella Baird ‘24 - 4th place in district, qualified for state 
Luella Bakker-Barrink ‘22 and Caroline Martinez ‘23 - 5th place in district
Caroline Chapman ‘22 qualified for state and was also a quarterfinalist at state. Lindsay Hardin ‘23 and Elliott Preston ‘24 had key wins in the tournament as well.
Men had some great wins in the tournament including Dariush Boujabadi ‘22 who qualified for state.

Golf
Men
Carson Elder ‘25, Matthew Elder ‘25, Christopher Torn ‘26, Jake Miers ‘25, Nate King ‘25 - 2nd place in the HJPC Championship

Track
District Track Meet
1st Place Finish - Haley Killough ‘23 (High Jump & 400m Dash), Bryce Ganious ‘21 (Discus)
2nd Place Finish - Garrett Hughes ‘23 (Triple Jump), Haley Killough ‘23 (Long Jump & 200m Dash), Jacob Pedersen ‘22 (110m Hurdles) 
Top 5 Finish - Cole Satterwhite ‘22 (100m Dash), Jacob Pedersen ‘22 (300m Hurdles), Victoria Smith ‘21 (800m Run), Isaac Baker ‘21 (3200m run), Stone Heaton ‘21 (Discus), Olivia Smith ‘24 (High Jump & Long Jump), Bryce Ganious ‘21 (Shot Put)
Relay teams top 5 finishes - Women’s 4x100m, Men’s 4x100m, Men’s 4x200m, & Men’s 4x400m
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