Volleyball took on Waterford, Loudonville, Berlin, Hawthorn Valley, Albany Leadership, and New Lebanon. The team, in their busiest weeks of play is on a four game winning streak defeating Berlin, Hawthorne Valley, Albany Leadership, and New Lebanon.
Varsity soccer took on Waterford with a win 2-1. They went on to fight hard against Loudonville to tie this game 2-2 in overtime and defeated Berlin 1-0 in a match against the top two teams in the conference. Berlin had hoped to even the season score, but Emma came out victorious with a single goal by freshmen Elizabeth and 8 saves on goal by Meaghen ‘15. The team then went on to wins against Rensselaer, Heatly, and New Lebanon.
J.V. soccer took a hard loss as Emma outshot Berlin on goal by 15 shots, but in the end could not topple the other team. The team lost against both Hoosick Falls and Catholic Central, but came out victorious against Miss Halls with a 7-1 win.
Varsity field hockey went up against Guilderland, Coxsackie-Athens, Greenwich, Ichabod Crane and Mt. Anthony with wins against Coxsackie-Athens, Ichabod Crane, and the previously undefeated Greenwich.
J.V. field hockey played hard against Guilderland, Coxsackie-Athens, Taconic Hills, Greenwich, and Mt. Anthony. Despite noticeable improvement in team play, they were unable to win these games, but they did score their first goal of the season by Dana against Taconic Hills
Cross country raced at Granville with a win against Tamarac. They also attended the Grout Invitational and went up against Berlin and Waldorf with a win at the team’s last home meet of the season. Courtney ’15 took first in this final meet matching her earlier course personal record and Jillian ’13 came in second.
Tennis continue to take down any and all competition, winning every single set against Maple Hill, Queensbury, and Ballston Spa. They are now entering sectionals play.
Swimming and diving had a meet at Albany Academy. Despite an overall loss, the Jesters took first in the 200-meter medley relay and in the 200-meter freestyle by Cara ’15, 50-meter free-style by Samantha ’16, and 100-meter fly, backstroke, and breaststroke by freshman Josephine. The team then took on Guilderland/Voorheesville with an additional win by Josephine in the 200-meter IM and a second place finish in the 200-meter freestyle. Samantha earned two more first place finishes in the 100-meter fly and 100-meter backstroke. Finally, the team took on Schenectady with a great win at home during Parent Days with multiple first place results. In one of the most exciting moments in recent Emma swimming history, the 200-meter freestyle relay team of the Josephine, Cara, Jacqueline ‘14 and Samantha earned a record breaking first place finish.