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The Athletic program at Key is integral to the School’s commitment to
provide students with opportunities that broaden and deepen their
diverse talents and that instill in them the value of cooperative and
In the summer of 2014, sophomore Julia Mahoney submitted a proposal to Head of School Marcella Yedid and Upper School Division Head Brian Michaels detailing her vision for a series of student-led lacrosse clinics. “I love the sport of lacrosse,” Julia’s introduction explained, “and it has become a huge part of my life throughout the past few years. I would like to share my knowledge of and passion for the game with younger girls.”
The Obezags had a tremendous year, with over 60% of eligible teams making at least the league semifinals, three league championships, an impressive resurgence of the sailing program, and the Girls’ Varsity Indoor Soccer team producing one of the most dominant seasons for any Key School team in recent memory. The accomplishments of the spring sports teams provided a strong ending to 2014-2015.
The MIAA All-Conference selections include five Obezags. Congratulations to Matthew Jarriel '15 and Michael Jackson '17 (Lacrosse); and Oliver Holmes '16, Tomas Montenegro '16, and Keith Brockhurst '17 (Tennis).
Congratulations to Key's IAAM All-Conference lacrosse players Gabriela Beavers '15 and Megan Filter '18.