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Brooklyn Tech Sports Wrap-Up

Several Varsity teams went undefeated this spring

The spring season has commenced for the Public Schools Athletic League, but Brooklyn Tech has stood out as one of the premiere schools in the city with their performances on the courts and fields throughout the five boroughs.

Five teams went undefeated this season, with several of them still alive in the city playoffs, and the majority of Brooklyn Tech's team finished with winning percentages. Check out our recap of some of the highlights in Brooklyn Tech sports this season, and get in-depth stats on how all the teams did this spring here.

 

Varsity Girls Handball-- 12-0

Junior Lili Su established herself as the top player in the league this season with 116 aces throughout 11 matches. All but one of the matches the girls had resulted in dominating 5-0 sweeps of their opponents, giving them top seeding in the city playoffs. After a convincing 5-0 win over Long Island City in their opening playoff match, they have their quarterfinal match this afternoon against the Bronx HS of Science at Van Voorhees Park.

 

Varsity Boys Handball-- 10-0

Senior Alexander Bukhta finished up third in the league with 104 aces throughout the season, while the team recorded 5-0 whitewashes of their opponents in eight out of 10 meets.  With a 5-0 sweep of the Leon M. Goldstein HS For Science in their opening playoff match, they square off against James Madison in the quarterfinals this afternoon at Van Voorhees Park

 

Varsity Boys Volleyball-- 12-0

With senior Alex Fevry leading the team in assists and senior Sang Hyun Ryu putting up high scores for Brooklyn Tech in kills and aces, the team shutout their opponents in all 12 season matches this year going into the playoffs. After convincing wins over Walton Campus, Richmond Hill and Seward Park, they lost 2-0 in the city championship at Hunter College to William C. Bryant.

 

Varsity Girls Fencing-- 10-0

The female fencing stars of Brooklyn Tech lost in the semis of the city playoffs to Hunter College High School, but they've set themselves up to become the best team in the city within the next two years. Led by Sophomore Annabelle Swain, she and three other sophomores and juniors on the team are ranked among the top 10 fencers in the city. All ten of their season matches this year were won with dominating scorelines.

 

Varsity Boys Tennis-- 10-0

After an early exit in the city playoff this year, the team responded with a dominating season throughout their 10 meets, winning 38 matches to just two losses. Junior Jake Sosonkin, Sophomore Sahi Chahi and Junior Mikolaj Borak went undefeated in singles play throughout the spring. After barely squeaking play Bronx HS of Science in their opening playoff match with a 3-2 win, they go up against Benjamin N. Cardozo High School in the quarterfinals this afternoon.

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