Greens Farms Academy is a PreK-12, coed school in Westport, CT

Dragons Sweep Three Regular Season Openers

John Nash

Veterans and newcomers at the both the varsity and JV level shined on the official opening day of the fall sports regular season on Monday.

On campus, the GFA boys soccer team raced out to a four-goal lead in just 16 minutes and never looked back en route to a 7-3 win over Harvey on the plush natural grass of Field 5.

On the road, meanwhile, the GFA girls varsity soccer team got three goals from a freshman and two from a senior while posting a 6-0 win over Rye Country Day, and two juniors and a freshman led the JV Volleyball team to a 3-1 win over St. Luke’s.

In other words, a very good opening day for the Dragons.

Here’s a breakdown:


Mark Freeman ’24 struck first, scoring off an assist from Max Laferriere ’23 less than four minutes into the game. One minute later, Mat Timashev ’23 scored on a penalty kick to double the lead to 2-0.

Jackson McBean ’25 scored back to-back goals to push the advantage to 4-0, in favor of the Dragons with 29 minutes still left in the first half.

Bento Silva ’24 added two goals while Andrew Paiserb ’23 also scored for GFA.

Luke Laferriere ’23 also had two assists while Manny Bishay ’25 and Andrew Bellisimo ’23 also had assists.

Matt Maged ’23 and Oscar Nelson ’26 combined to make seven saves in the game.


Lauren DeLaurentiis ’26 made her varsity debut and scored two of her three goals in the second half, turning a one-goal halftime lead into a 6-0 win over Rye Country Day for the GFA girls soccer team.

Lauren Lior ’23 added two goals and Shannon Martin ’24 also found the back of the net for the Dragons, who improved to 1-0 to open the season.

Martin and Lior also notched assists.

Zoe Monschein stopped two shots to record the shutout.


Ella Bross ’24 had nine kills, four aces and three assists as the GFA JV volleyball team opened the season with a 3-1 win over St. Luke’s on the road.

The Dragons won the match 25-19, 27-25, 21-25, 25-8.

Olivia Smith ’24 had 10 assists while Delilah Johnson ’26 had four kills, an ace and a block.