- The Boys’ Varsity Lacrosse team won yesterday at Blue Hills 16-6. The Rams attack combined for a total of 11 goals and 5 assists, while the midfielders and defense tallied 5 goals and 5 assists. They will return to action Thursday afternoon at home against Sacred Heart.
- The Varsity Baseball team defeated Norfolk Aggie 3-1 yesterday. Eric Singleton and Nick Gagner combined forces for the win. Jason Shell, David Coakley and Jared Westgate all had RBI hits.
- The JV Softball team traveled to Norfolk Aggie yesterday which ended in an 8-8 tie. Zoe Janicki pitched well striking out 10 and had a double, a single earning 3 RBIs. Zoe Jackson-Laro was stellar behind the plate while Ruby Pelagio, Makayla Lorance, Emily McCarthy and Cassie Fleck all played well offensively and defensively. Great job Ladies.
- The Boys’ JV Lacrosse defeated Blue Hills 5-2 for their first win of the season. The team was led by Charlie Nee with 2 goals, while Jason Brazil, Will Hanly, and John Michael Ballard each had 1 goal. It was a great team effort.
- The Girls’ Lacrosse team played a tough game against Abington last night at home, trailing then by 6 with a final score of 11 - 5. The girls fought hard and never gave up both offensively or defensively. Lillian Tenney had her first goal of the season and Hannah Grassi was a standout offensively. The backfield was anchored by a resilient defense who worked together as one body to push back the cuts. The girls play again tomorrow, away against Sacred Heart.
Ice Cream Party
Once again, congratulations to Horticulture for winning the UCT Penny Wars. The ice cream party will be held tomorrow at 1:30 p.m. in the cafeteria.
Students of the Class of 2019 will be handing out information during lunches today and tomorrow for orders for a Chocolate Sale for Mother’s Day.
Any sophomore or junior interested in dual enrollment for the summer or fall should sign up to see Mrs. McGuire prior to April vacation.
There is still an opportunity to enroll in the April Accelerated Driver's Education Class. Classes will be held from April 18th to the 22nd. A Parent/Guardian will be required to attend a mandatory class on April 19th from 6-8 p.m. To register please contact the Adult Education Office at 508-759-7711, ext. 211.
Attention Seniors: Guest Request forms for the Senior Prom are now available in the Dean of Students’ Office. If you wish to bring a guest to the Senior Prom that is not currently a student at UCT, you must submit a Guest Request to the Dean of Students for approval prior to purchasing tickets. Prom tickets will go on sale Monday, April 24th in the Library. Tickets are $70 each.
Seniors interested in the Senior Class trip to see the Boston Red Sox on May 27th, may now pick up your permission slips in the cafeteria during lunch. Permission slips along with the $40 cost to participate must be submitted to Ms. Edwards no later than April 13th.
Also, tomorrow is the day that you must order your cap and gown for graduation if you have not yet done so. Please see Mrs. Rogers in the Main Office to place your order.
World Autism Awareness Month
The UCT Culinary Arts Program will be selling brownies cut into puzzle pieces and decorated with the theme Light It Up Blue frosting throughout the month in the Canalside Restaurant. All proceeds will go to the Autism Speaks Foundation. Puzzle pieces will be on sale 3 for $2.
To learn more, please visit the Autism Speaks website: https://www.autismspeaks.org/ or on their social media facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/autismspeaks.
Take some time and visit UCT’s School Library in recognition of School Library Month. We guarantee you will find something interesting in a library book!