Team Details

Soccer - MS B Boys

Overview

Middle School teams are more developmental in nature and playing on a team offers not only a chance to enjoy the sport, but also a valuable participatory experience for each athlete. This applies to all team members from standouts to substitutes who play a supporting role. In keeping with the Thayer philosophy that athletics are an integral part of a student’s curriculum, students should plan their participation with the help of their advisors – this discussion will help everyone gain a better understanding of each child’s overall school program. All Middle School participants are expected to receive fairly equal playing time over the course of the entire season. All team information is available via www.thayer.org/TeamSchedules.

Schedule

vs.
St. John's Prep
Home
Thayer - SAC – Turf Fields – Soccer/Lacrosse #2
Loss 0-8
vs.
Rivers School
Home
Thayer - SAC – Turf Fields – Soccer/Lacrosse #4
Loss 0-7
vs.
Park School
Home
Thayer - SAC – Turf Fields – Soccer/Lacrosse #4
Loss 1-5
vs.
Buckingham Browne & Nichols
Home
Thayer - Main Turf Field #1
Loss 0-4
vs.
Derby Academy
Home
Thayer - SAC – Turf Fields – Soccer/Lacrosse #2
vs.
Buckingham Browne & Nichols
Away
Buckingham Field - Buckingham Browne and Nichols
vs.
Derby Academy
Home
Thayer - SAC – Turf Fields – Soccer/Lacrosse #2
vs.
Milton Academy
Home
Thayer - Main Turf Field #1

Roster

# Name
Kyle Cedrone
Callum Dasco
Peter Fleck
Ryker Gibson
Anthony Graziano
Jayden Haggerty
Declan Hocker
Sebastian Keleher
William Kourafas
Chase Lukowski
Mason Lukowski
Ty Mainini
Ted Messerle
Jonah Rothman
Caleb Schuler
Jack Shepherd
Nolan Simmons
Jonah Torres
George Ubertalli
Eric Walsh
Kevin Want
Ka Hung Yuen

Coach Info

  • George Chatman
  • Brian Cibelli
    Brian Cibelli has been teaching middle school English at Thayer since 2014. Outside of the classroom, Brian coaches boys' 6th grade soccer in the fall; come winter, he is the head coach of the girls' varsity ice hockey team. Prior to his time at Thayer, Brian spent four years at Kent School where he taught English, served as a dorm head, and was an assistant coach for boys' varsity ice hockey and girls' varsity softball. He is currently working towards a MALS degree from Dartmouth College with a concentration in creative writing.
  • Aidan Rooney
    Upper School Teacher of French, English and History, Aidan is involved with curriculum development and administration for all grades. He is also a soccer coach, senior advisor, faculty mentor, founder and director of Model United Nations club, advisor to UNICEF and Hope for Haiti clubs, and director of Sister School relationship with Lycée Stanislas, Cannes. Selected awards for poetry include:Daniel Varoujan Award, New England Poetry Club, 2012  Hennessy Award for New Irish Poet, Ireland, 1997Guinness Literary Award for Poetry, NUI, Ireland, 1985Other Experiences include:French language and cultural experience gleaned from living in and traveling to Paris from an early age and, more recently, Québec, Haïti, Switzerland, CannesAnnual trip-leader for volunteer medical outreach programs to Saint Rock, Haïti; responsible for all aspects of program including: transport and security; medical and personnel assignments; interpreting and translation; finance and logisticsFrequent speaker and seminar instructor on the subjects of travel, poetry, teaching, diplomacy and humanitarian interventionSelected Publications:Day Release (2000) and Tightrope (2007), collections of poetry, ed. Peter Fallon, The Gallery Press, Loughcrew, Co. Meath, Ireland
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