TE Morning News - September 24, 2019 
  • Another congratulations goes out to the girls cross country team for their win against JFK yesterday.  Shennyn Giannelli was up front and all alone crossing the finish in just over 11 minutes.  Molly Caron pushed her way into the second position overall followed by Taylor Lord in third, both helping the team to their 15 to 47 win.  Two standout runs were made by 6th graders Sophia Gordon and Sophia Holovatska, who both moved up several positions within the team rankings.  The cougars look forward to the Harry Geraghty Invitational this Saturday at Nevers Park.  Good luck to all runners this weekend!  Just a reminder, there will be no cross country practice today, so please go home on your regular buses.

  • Attention all basketball fans! The 9th annual Kenny Offiaeli 3 on 3 tournament will be held on Friday November 8th in the main gym from 5:30-8:00. Forms are available in the girls and boys locker rooms.  All forms are due to the main office by Friday October 18th!  More information will be provided in your PE classes.  

  • Monday afternoon was hot and humid but it wasn't able to stifle the boys cross country team, as they traveled to Enfield to notch their second victory of the season.  Sean Habeeb ran a smart race to pull away for the overall victory and Carlo Papa ran a great race to secure a third place finish and help the Cougars to a 19 to 43 win over JFK.  Blake Wool went out fast and finished well with an 8th place finish and Junior Heredia cruised in for a top 15 placement.  Elijah Chaimovitch showed smooth finishing speed by passing a couple JFK runners in the final moments even with only one good eye.  The boys will be back in action Saturday morning at Nevers park for their first invitational meet of the season.

  • TE Field Hockey team played their first game of the season at JFK of Enfield. The Patriots first drive came up quick but the Cougars defense shut them down with leadership of goalie Angelina Bellizzi. TE took control of the game shortly after with a quick goal by Rachel Turrer.  Scoring second for the Cougars was Abby Bergstrom, her first of two on the day. Avery Yelle scored twice, including a beautiful one time rocket shot with an assist by Rachel Turrer. Also scoring was Hailey Deptula, Sarah Stoddard, Meredith Pinto and Jillian Yelle. TE finished with a score of 9-0, Angelina Bellizzi was credited with the shutout. In the second game TE came out with a 0-0 tie. Playing well for the cougars was Caroline Jacobs, Izzy Dzubin, Kaleigh Aparo and Grace Perkins. Elsa Gately was credited with the shutout in her first appearance in goal. TE plays Suffield at home on Thursday. Come out and support the cougars!!
  • Attention All TEMS Students, Parents, and Staff: The TEMS 2020 Yearbook is already on SALE right now!  Don't miss the Back to School price of $35.00! This Special Sale price of $35.00 only lasts until October 25th, so order your book today right from our TEMS webpage!

  • Today for lunch in the Create line you can have French Toast Sticks, in the Grill line you can have Philly Cheese Steak and in the So Deli line you can have your choice of deli sandwiches. Have a good day and do your best to strive for five!
Posted by dmatchett On 24 September, 2019 at 2:09 PM  

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