Varsity Farming at Trinity-Pawling School

Everyone on campus missed the exciting athletic visits from rival schools each Wednesday and Saturday, yet the boys still competed hard every day. Varsity farmers sowed cover crops and split wood for next season, disc golfers donned gloves for their final throw, and the mountain bikes have been stowed away.

As the fall season came to a close, winter sports suited up to play competitive intrasquad games with a small fan base of socially-distanced students and faculty. The varsity basketball boys played three Blue vs. Gold scrimmages, capping off the final Wednesday afternoon of the term with an overtime contest that showed a team with deep talent. The varsity hockey players kept on with weekly Saturday evening intrasquad scrimmages before disbanding for winter play off campus. Concurrently, a group of diverse talents improved and competed on the squash court each day under the tutelage of Coach Fritts, Coach Feeney, and new to the program, Coach Avis.

Heading into the 2021 winter season, Trinity-Pawling eagerly awaits more competition between athletes on campus, including the hottest ticket in Pawling: a new four-team lower basketball league that will host field house competitions every Wednesday and Friday.

by Cyrus Rothwell-Ferraris