It was a big day for Emily Stotesbery, Lauren Church and the rest of the Convent of the Sacred Heart swimming team.
Stotesbery, a sophomore, set a school record by winning the diving competition with a score of 241 in the Tigers' 110-76 victory over Miss Porter's on Saturday afternoon.
Stotesbery and Amanda Molinelli went 1-2 in diving for the Tigers, who stayed perfect at 5-0.
Church, another sophomore, also had an exceptional meet, winning the 100 freestyle and 100 backstroke. Church, Sveva Marcangeli, Jillian Carter, Nicole Rogers took first in the 200 medley relay, while Christine McGuire, Rogers, Carter and Church touched first in the 400 freestyle relay.
"It was a really close meet, all the races were decided with half a second," CSH coach Maura Foster said. "I'd say 90 percent of the girls had personal bests and the rest had season bests. Lauren had a spectacular meet. Miss Porter's is a friendly rival, so the meet was a ton of fun."
Carter won the 100 butterfly, and McGuire finished second in both the 200 and 500 freestyle events.
CSH hosts Holy Child on Monday.
Ben Weisburger and Bo Stafford each had one goal and one assist, while Toshi Terai also scored.
"It was a great hockey game," Brunswick assistant coach Mike Kennedy said. "Both teams had quality chances and the goaltending was great. Hill protested the game-winner a little bit, but the goal was allowed so we'll take it."
Gryphon Richardson stopped 27 shots for the Bruins, who are 6-0-1 in their last seven.
"We've found some good team chemistry and the lines are clicking right now," Kennedy said. "It's a good feeling, but there's still a lot of hockey to be played."
GA coach Moe Tarrant also praised the efforts of freshmen Mary and Keira Taussig, and Kelly Groglio.
"Those three probably had their best games," Tarrant said. "This was a great win for us."
GA will host Canterbury on Wednesday.
Brunswick School remained perfect on the season with a pair of 6-1 victories over Salisbury and Hotchkiss.
At No. 6 Matt Shang pulled out a 12-10 win in the fifth game and also prevailed 3-0 for a sweep on the day, while Reed Breck (No. 7) won 3-0, 3-1. Matt Mackin (No. 1) and John Dudzik (No. 2) split their matches, with Mackin losing a 14-12 heartbreaker in the final set.
Brunswick will host undefeated Taft on Saturday.
Devin Mehra scored 20 points and the Brunswick School basketball team connected on seven 3-pointers, but it wasn't enough in a 56-54 loss to Salisbury.
The Bruins (7-7) trailed by 11 with 5:00 remaining before whittling Salisbury's lead down to two with 10 seconds left. Brunswick had a chance to tie, but turned the ball over on its final possession.
"We weren't as sharp as we would have liked coming off the break for exams," Bruins coach Anthony Fischetti said.
Brunswick will host Hopkins in a FAA contest on Wednesday at 5:30 p.m.