VICT’RY! Park School wins the 2022 Rivalry Cup! Final score: Bruins 5 – Quakers 2. Congratulations to our athletes and coaches — and hardworking mascot, Bruno!
Boys’ Cross Country, Girls’ Tennis, Girls’ Cross Country, Boys’ JV Soccer, Field Hockey, Girls’ Varsity Soccer, Boys’ Varsity Soccer
We had an amazing show of support from Lower, Middle, and Upper School families, faculty members, and alumni! We appreciate everyone coming out to cheer on our teams even though Rivalry Day weather conditions were not ideal.
It’s (always) a Great Day to be a Bruin!
Thank you, Friends School, for a great week of competition.
Click here to read the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland (IAAM) coverage of the day: “RAINY REVELRY AT RIVALRY DAY AS PARK TAKES BACK THE CUP FROM FRIENDS.”
About the Rivalry Day competition with Friends School: The terms are simple: we play a lineup of games with our longstanding rivals, keep track of the outcomes, and the school with the better record claims bragging rights until the next Rivalry Day.
While the rivalry has existed as long as anyone can remember, the Rivalry Day event was initiated in 2016 as a way to celebrate the competition and bring the two school communities together in a spirit of camaraderie and fun.
Park leads the Rivalry Day series, 4–2.
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2019 Friends School
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2022 Park School
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