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Published on September 25th, 2021 | by Staples Soccer


Car Wash Wipes Out Previous Record

Last year, COVID knocked out Staples boys soccer’s annual car wash fundraiser.

This year, it was back. And the Wreckers blew the previous record out of the water.

The reserves team started things off in the morning at Christ & Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, before heading off to Stamford (where they defeated Westhill 6-2).

The varsity took the all-important middle shift, ramping things up even more with a tremendous team effort.

The freshmen — fresh off their 3-0 victory against Ridgefield — completed the day with their own very energetic 2-hour stint.

Andy and Nikki Laskin P’23 headed up the effort. They enlisted a horde of parent volunteers, who made the day run smoothly.

The event drew scores of Westport residents — and politicians. First Selectman Jim Marpe and Second Selectman Jen Tooker (running now for the top spot) stopped by. So did challengers State Representative Jonathan Steinberg and Board of Education Chair Candice Savin. The Wreckers cleaned their cars in a non-partisan way.

And invited them all to the next game: at Staples on Tuesday, vs. Wilton (4 p.m.).

Varsity players (from left in front) Reese Watkins, Bruno Guiduli, Ryan Thomas, Ben Douglas and Spencer Levine and (in the truck) Jack Foster, Jackson Hochhauser and Hunter Smith sit with Robbie Guimond’s youngsters, in his sparkling clean truck.


Artist Miggs Burroughs and reserves player/musician Josh Deitch compare hairstyles.


Jackson Hochhauser gives Spencer Levine’s sister Kenzie some pointers. (Photo/Amy Hochhauser)


1st Selectman Jim Marpe and 2nd Selectwoman Jen Tooker (center) stopped by …


…. as did State Representative Jonathan Steinberg (far left) and Board of Education chair Candice Savin (2nd from right).





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