Chevalier ISA round 10 results

SUCCESSFUL ROUND: The Chevalier 2nds pup against St Pius in round six of ISA summer ports. Photo: Madeline Crittenden.
SUCCESSFUL ROUND: The Chevalier 2nds pup against St Pius in round six of ISA summer ports. Photo: Madeline Crittenden.

Chevalier College had a weekend full of wins both on and off the field.

Chevalier student Phoebe Johnson was announced as the junior sportsperson of the year and Lauren Cheatle was announced as the senior sportsperson of the year at the Berrima District Sports Awards on February 24. 

The Chevalier Girls Mountain Bike team were announced as the school sports team of the year.

The Chev girls dominated their opposition at the Twilight Swimming Carnival at Frensham pool on Friday evening.

Sports teams on February 25 looked to consolidate or qualify for the upcoming semi-finals in round 10 of ISA sports.

The basketball boys A teams at home were involved in a great morning of basketball against St Spyridon.

The 1sts drew away in the second half with Josh Watts, Will Humphreys and Brad Frost contributing well.

For the 15s it was Matt Worner and Tom Graham doing the bulk of the scoring.

The 14s had a big win with Lachlan Hagley, Jeremy Butcher and Jack Harlow the star performers.

For the winning 13s Hayden Pine and Cameron Mitchell dominated on the scoreboard.

For the B boys the 15s and 17s had good wins on the road at St Pius.

The girls playing away had some close quality basketball games against Central Coast. The junior A girls finished at the top in their division after wins against the Central Coast teams.

For the junior B team everything finally clicked in a win against Blue Mountains.

In the softball all of the Chev teams played away. 

At a damp Central Coast the 1sts never quite got their act together and had a disappointing 7-4 loss. 

The junior As on the other hand played one of their best games of the season and defeated CCGS 15-1.

Melissa Hassos and Tessa McCord were the standouts for the team.

The 2nds at Barker had a tough ask but acquitted themselves very well and came away scoring runs, taking catches and as always having a lot of fun.

In the cricket at school the Chev 14s took on Bowral in a top of the table game.

Great batting from Lachlan Muldoon, Christian Giuliano, Nick Colgan and Harry Pinczi set a big target of 172.

The bowlers did a fine job knocking over the Bowral team for 121. Lachlan Muldoon was again the star with four wickets.

The 2nds had a great match against Central Coast.

Nick Pinczi was best with the bat scoring 43, Liam Mulhall also chipped in well.

The total of 123 wasn’t quite enough with the CCGS boys getting the required runs with a few wickets in hand.

It was a similar tale for the 1sts cricketers against St Pats. A meager total of 95 was not enough although St Pats lost 8 wickets in the run chase.

Darcy Murchie was the best of the batsmen with 48.

Chev will have plenty of teams participating in the basketball and cricket semi-finals next week.