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On Sunday night, 2021 spring sports seniors and their families gathered for the end-of-the-season awards assembly in the K Family Commons while their teammates tuned in via livestream. There was much to celebrate: four conference champion teams (boys lacrosse, girls lacrosse, boys tennis and girls track and field), three state semifinalist teams (boys lacrosse, girls lacrosse and boys tennis), 32 All-Conference selections across eight sports, three conference players of the year and one state champion. 

Read More about Cavs Corner: Spring Sports Wrap Up

Durham Academy spring teams are wrapping up the regular season and looking ahead to Sunday’s state tournament seeding. The boys golf team, which placed third in the Triangle Independent Schools Athletic Conference Championship on Tuesday, has already qualified for the N.C. Independent Schools Athletic Association state tournament on May 10, while DA boys tennis and girls lacrosse both clinched TISAC regular season titles with their wins late last week!

Read More about Cavs Corner: Final Week of the Regular Season

There are just over three weeks remaining in the Durham Academy spring sports regular season, and five out of our eight teams have amassed a winning record. However, one team in particular has had a remarkable start to the season: the varsity boys tennis team. DA tennis is now 5–0 on the season, and all five wins have been 9–0 victories over their opponents. 

Read More about Cavs Corner: Spring Teams Show Progress Through a Busy April Stretch

Over the last week, Durham Academy spring sports have had some impressive outings, including two 10-run wins by the baseball team, a 16-save performance by boys lacrosse senior goalkeeper John Donovan, a girls lacrosse win over Ravenscroft School for the first time since April 2017, seven first-place finishes by the girls track and field team that contributed to an overall first-place win and a 4–0 start to the boys tennis season with all four wins exclusively shutouts. 

Read More about Cavs Corner: Cavaliers Head Into a Busy April

On a springlike day perfectly suited for an outdoor, socially distanced college signing ceremony, five Durham Academy seniors put pen to paper on Feb. 25 to formally commit to compete in college athletics next year. John Donovan will play lacrosse at Gettysburg College; Toby Harris will play basketball at Brandeis University; Katherine Lantzy will play field hockey at Middlebury College; Gavin Schulz will play lacrosse at Franklin & Marshall College; and Scott West will play baseball at Worcester Polytechnic Institute.

Read More about Five Cavs Commit to Continuing Athletic Careers in College