Sophomore Henry Krieble is the boys squash player of the moment. Krieble has been playing squash for the past five years and has developed his skills each year.
Even though Krieble is a sophomore, he has become a young leader on the team and a great example for his teammates.
Senior Captain Aidan Shea said that he has really enjoyed having Krieble as a teammate because he is so hard working and has a great attitude.
“Henry has played very well this year and always competes during tough matches,” Shea said.
Krieble said that his favorite match of the season was also one of the most challenging matches he competed in all season.
“My favorite match of the year was my finals match at New England’s,” Krieble said. “It was a really, really tough match ,and I lost the first game 21-19, which was really mentally and physically draining.” Krieble was able to push through and ended up winning the match.
Head Coach Robby Lingashi said that Krieble was a major asset to the team this season because of his great skills on the court and his demeanor off of it.
“He has been winning most of his matches even as a team event,” Coach Lingashi said. “He stays focused, works hard, and enjoys the game which helps lead to his success.”
Krieble has noticed his own development and growth as a player this season and understands all the responsibility he has on the team even as an underclassman.
“This year I played number three,” Krieble said. “In the end, I played really well this year with an overall strong winning record. I am really looking forward to continue being a leader on the team next year and guiding the younger players. With a really young team, even as a sophomore, some of the younger and older kids have looked up to me in some way or another.”