Spring Sports Wrap-Up



The Spring Director’s Award Winners, Chorley Truitt (Right) from the track & field team and Levi Gingerich (Left) from the baseball team, standing with Athletic Director, Colin Fegeley.

This past spring season of athletics was a successful one for Green Level.

The boy’s and girl’s lacrosse teams both made it into the playoffs after the boy’s finished 2nd in SWAC and the girl’s finished 4th. The boy’s team suffered a tough loss in the second round of playoffs, losing by one point in overtime to Pinecrest High School. The women’s team lost in the first round of playoffs to East Chapel High School in a hard fought game from both sides.

The baseball team finished 4th in SWAC with a 6-8 conference record. The softball team concluded another season, hoping to improve in the coming years. An honorable mention is Kat Geiser who hit the first homerun in school softball history.

The men’s golf team made an appearance at the State Championship and finished 8th overall. The individuals who made states for golf are: Quin Covington, Peter Pucci, Drew Eggers, and Cooper Champ. When asked about what he did to make states, Sophomore, Quin Covington said, “I put in a lot of work practicing on the driving range and putting green. I worked hard all season, working up to regionals and then states.”
Junior, Peter Pucci said, “I put in a lot of hard work but most of it came through the mental game and staying calm throughout the rounds while putting up good scores. That came through conference and regionals when my performance wasn’t the best and I had to stay strong mentally.”

The tennis team finished 5th in conference with a 10-4 record. SR. Sid Patil was the SWAC Men’s Singles Champion

The women’s soccer team finished 13-6-1 for the overall season, putting them at 4th in SWAC. They made it to the first round of state playoffs and are looking to keep the momentum going into next year’s season. 

The track & field team had a successful season with several individual accolades. SR. Alexa Nestor received SWAC MVP, as she was the champion in the 100m and 300m hurdles. Many of the athletes will further their season as they continue to compete at nationals. 

Stunt had another successful season, being back-to-back conference champions and making another appearance at the State championships.