Catherine Cook leads Titans


With stick in hand and mouth guard in place, Catherine Cook is ready to pass the ball to a teammate or to take a pass and head toward the goal. The senior captain has already proved her leadership, on and off the field.

The Titan field hockey team started the season strong and has a record of 3-1. One of the reasons for their success is Catherine Cook.

She gives 100 percent whether it is at practice or in a game. She is a good athlete and a good student and personifies leadership, on and off the field, said Head Field Hockey Coach Bob Eavenson.

Catherine has played field hockey for four years. She is a forward and has become a key to the Titans offense. We have played four games and Catherine has either had a goal or an assist in each of them, Eavenson said.

In fact, she has scored two goals and had five assists. She is an unselfish player and understands the meaning of team work, Eavenson said. She is truly a role model for our younger players. I wish I had more like her.

T.C. Results
Every Titan team was in action this week, some in Patriot District competition. Heres how they did:

Cross Country
The Cross Country team traveled to Monroe Parker for an invitational last Saturday. The teams had a good showing for their first outing of the 2007 season. The girls finished 9th overall and the boys were 13th.

Field Hockey
The field hockey team met the Edison Eagles at home and were defeated, 2-1. Their record is now 3-1.

The football team met mighty Centreville on Friday and were vanquished, 10-3. The Titans are now 1-1 on the season.

The golf team had two Patriot District matches this week. On Thursday, they met Hayfield at Greendale. The Hawks came up the winner, 196-175. On Tuesday, the Titans traveled to West Springfield. The Spartans were victorious, 198-171. The Titans are now 1-3 on the season.

The Titan volleyball team had two matches this week. On Monday night, they hosted JEB Stuart. The T. C. girls were victorious, 3-0. When the Titans traveled to Woodson on Tuesday night, the result was not as positive. The Titans lost, 3-1. This weekend, T. C. will host the all-city tournament, with teams from St. Stephens and St. Agnes, Bishop Ireton and Episcopal participating. The fun begins on Friday night at 5:30 for the opening round. The finals will be held on Saturday night and will begin at the same time with the consolation game, followed by the championship contest.