GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY | 1ST PLACE
The Greenhill girls cross country captured its first SPC championship since the 1985 season this past weekend. The Hornets finished with 64 points while Episcopal High School (96), St. John's School (108), John Cooper School (114), and Kinkaid School (120) rounded out the top five.
Senior Maddie Hatfield won the individual conference title after posting a time of 18:54, which was almost 10 seconds faster than the conference runner-up. Kaiti Ness finished fifth overall with a time of 15:19.9 while Kendall Hashimoto posted a time of 19:52.3 en route to finishing 12th overall. Sophomore Ella Dzialowski finished 18th overall with a time of 20:12.2.
BOYS VOLLEYBALL | 4TH PLACE
The Greenhill boys volleyball team finished fourth overall at the 2019 SPC Fall Championships this past weekend in Houston. The Hornets finished the season with a 14-18 overall record, including a 2-6 mark in SPC regular-season play.
Match #1: Greenhill 3, The Awty International School 0
Match #2: Greenhill 3, Episcopal High School 2
Match #3: St. Mark's School of Texas 3, Greenhill 0
Match #4: Casady School 3, Greenhill 2
FIELD HOCKEY | 6TH PLACE
The Greenhill field hockey team finished sixth overall at the SPC Fall Championships. The Hornets concluded their 2019 season with a 9-9-1 overall record, including a 4-2 mark in SPC regular-season action.
Game #1: Greenhill 6, Houston Christian High School 0
Game #2: Kinkaid School 3, Greenhill 1
Game #3: Episcopal High School 3, Greenhill 1
GIRLS VOLLEYBALL | 9TH PLACE
The Greenhill girls volleyball team finished ninth overall at the SPC Fall Championships this past weekend. The Hornets wrapped up the season with a 17-15 overall record, including a 3-3 mark in regular-season SPC Counter action.
Match #1: Houston Christian High School 3, Greenhill 2
Match #2: Greenhill 3, Fort Worth Country Day 0
Match #3: Greenhill 3, St. Stephen's Episcopal School 1
BOYS CROSS COUNTRY | 10TH PLACE
The Greenhill boys cross country team finished 10th overall at the 2019 SPC Fall Championships on Saturday morning. Junior Pressley Wilson was the Hornets' top finisher after posting a time of 16:51.4, which was good for 13th place. Senior Mohan Desai finished with a time of 17:34.6 en route to finishing 36th overall, and sophomore Ravi Ingle finished 62nd overall with a time of 18:16.5. Sophomore Jonah Yaffe finished 77th overall with a time of 18:45.3.