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Photos: Field Day, 2024

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  • Jonathan Walsh plays spikeball as his friends look on.

  • Upper School Head Joshua Neudel referees a dodgeball game between the juniors and seniors.

  • Rubelys Gonzalez ’26 competes in dogeball against the 10th grade.

  • Rubelys Gonzalez ’26, Ruelys Gonzalez ’26, and Maya Thompson ’26 share a moment between playing dogeball.

  • Nicholas Kozhemiakin ’25 embraces team spirit.

  • Patrick Whalen enjoys some ice cream before taking to the field.

  • Polly Zimmerman gets a temporary tattoo to support her blue team.

  • Noah Panto ’25 cools off with some ice cream.

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The School held its annual Field Day last Friday, featuring various activities and competitions. Water balloons were available for purchase, allowing students to throw them at the graduating seniors.

The event included a school-wide dodgeball tournament with several matches. In the first round, the 10th graders won against the 9th graders, while the 11th graders defeated the 12th graders. In a subsequent match, the 12th graders won against the 9th graders. The final game saw the 11th graders secure a victory over the 10th graders.

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Cooper Horn
Cooper Horn, Journalist
Cooper Horn is a 9th grade student in his first semester working for The Gator. He enjoys writing about music and current events. Outside of the newsroom, he is passionate about playing piano and listening to music. He also enjoys rowing and swimming.
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