The Tower Hill girls' tennis team captured the state championship, and the boys' team finished 2nd in the state. Girls' lacrosse captured 2nd place in the state, and the boys' lacrosse team progressed to the state quarterfinals. The baseball team made it to the 1st round playoffs. Congratulations, Hillers!
Spring Sports Recap from Jack Holloway
Our girls' tennis team was crowned state champions for the fourth consecutive year and the 8th time in the last 10 years. They were lead by 3rd Singles Champion Lexi Butler 3-6,6-1,6-0, 1st Doubles Champions Carolyn Ward and Abby Podolsky 6-3, 6-1 and 2nd Doubles Champions Alex Churchwell and Taylor Reese 4-6, 6-0, 6-2. 1st & 2nd Singles Jamie Tigani and Sydney Butler also had strong tournaments and were very instrumental in the overall team victory. http://www.usatodayhss.com/delaware/article/hillers-on-top-again--2013305230058
In boys' tennis 1st Singles Chris Martinez was the runner-up in championship round 6-2, 6-3 and had a very strong tournament. 2nd Singles Ryan Bosse lost in the quarterfinals, and 3rd Singles Andrew Minkovitz lost in the semifinals. Tower Hill's 1st Doubles team of Zach Rosen and Kitchel Chilton were upset in the semifinals by the eventual champions from St.Andrew's. The 2nd Doubles team of Spencer Johnson and James Fleming were defeated in a thrilling championship match 6-1, 7-5, 7-5. The boys had a great 14-1 season and a very strong 2nd place finish in the DIAA tournament.
Boy's lacrosse competed in the DIAA quarterfinals and were upsest by St.Mark's 7-6 in overtime.
Girls' lacrosse had a great come from behind 12 - 8 win over Archmere in the state semifinals and played Cape Henlopen in a close game in the state finals but were defeated 12-10.
Baseball was eliminated in the 1st Round of the DIAA Tournament in an extra inning thriller 4-3 by Milford.
The golf team placed fourth in the state with freshman Matthew Cleary winning the championship in the state competition -- a first for Tower Hill.
For track, Ireland Gibson and Zion Thomas both competed in the 400 at the Meet of Champs at Dover High School. Ireland ran a personal record, breaking the school record and placing third. Zion ran a person record and placed fourth.