Waring will send both the boys and girls soccer teams into the Semi-Finals of their respected leagues this Wednesday, November 1. The girls will take on the number two seed, Brimmer and May at Brimmer. The girls split with Brimmer during the regular season, and lost out on home field advantage for the Semi-Finals on goal differential. Kickoff is set for 3:30. The boys, who knocked off Newman 3-1 in their Quarter-Final win last Thursday will take on Gann Academy, the number one seed in the tournament. The game is set to kickoff for 3:15 at Gann Academy.
The cross country team will run in their final meet this Wednesday, November 1, at Chapel Hill Chauncey Hall School. Senior Ella Bellin, who is undefeated this year in league races will lead the way for Waring. There is potential to bring home individual honors on both the boys and girls side, while the team will be vying for their best team finish of the year.
The Waring School offers a highly demanding college-preparatory education, for grades 6-12, which stresses liberal arts in the setting of a supportive school community. The Waring atmosphere is one in which both teachers and students want to learn and believe that school is not an end in itself but is the beginning of a lifelong learning process.