Brunswick School’s crew team enjoyed a highly successful Sunday at the 2021 Head of the Charles Regatta, earning more medals than the program’s previous appearances at the competitive regatta.
Sam Subramaniam, a junior, started the day with an impressive performance in the single sculls. Sam won a special medal for being the top single sculler in the U-17 age group. He finished 13th out of 48 rowers overall and was the top sculler among those representing one’s school.
Brunswick’s four then finished an impressive fourth out of of 84 crews. Coming all the way from bow #41, the crew of senior Peter Kapp, Henry Andren (sophomore), Jimmy Cabot (junior) Ruffin Bryant (junior) and coxswain Max Konzerowsky, a senior, finished first among schools for the first time in school history.
Brunswick ended its day with two boats racing in the Youth Eights division. The crew of senior coxswain Teddy Elmlinger, senior Robert Jacobson, Campbell Officer (junior), Ben Packer (senior), Will Baxter (senior) Kiran Marsh (sophomore), Jake Murphy (sophomore), Jamie Gibbons (senior) and Lucas Tan (sophomore), placed 41st out of 80 crews and were second among New England schools.
The Bruins’ crew of senior coxswain Ashton Arjomand, junior Scott Raissis, sophomore Reed Gilbert, Colin Devine (sophomore), Tomas Jasson (junior), David Chavarria (junior), Adriel Resendiz (junior), Eric Lorenz (freshman) and Magnus O’Reilly (junior) finished 75th and gained great experience rowing down the famed course.
Up next for the Bruins’ rowers is Head of the Schuylkill Regatta on Sunday.
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