What's Happening at WMA
Jess became the second female in school history to sign an NLI to play collegiate women's rugby.
For the sixth time in seven years, WMA posted the top score at the Connecticut High School Championship.
Competing in a five-team field, the Titans finished with a season-high 953 points (out of 1,000), winning by 26 points.
The #5 Titans will play at fourth-seeded Cushing Academy of Ashburnham, Massachusetts, in a New England Prep School Athletic Council AA Conference quarterfinal Wednesday, March 1, at 5 p.m.
WMA will host Holderness in a New England Prep School Athletic Council Class C quarterfinal Wednesday, March 1, at 4 p.m.
Yumin “Yuna” Rho ’23 and Hanser Yoon ’24 were invited to participate in the 87th Annual National Prep Wrestling Championships.
Marghe raced to a gold-medal finish in the slalom at the New England Prep School Athletic Council Championship.
WMA beat Suffield Academy 752-740 to claim the Prep School Gallery Match and finish the regular season undefeated for the seventh year in a row.
Eight wrestlers earned medals by placing in the top six at the New England Class A Championships.
Ethan Kang '23 (gold key), Rilee Harris ’23 (silver) and Rachel Lyu ’23 placed in this year's Scholastic Art and Writing Awards Contest.
Marghe won the giant slalom race in a Mount Institute Ski League competition at Berkshire East on Feb. 8.
Arielle cleared 5 feet, 2 inches, which set a school record and tied the facility mark at Phillips Exeter Academy.
Abby joined a short list of top high school players from Massachusetts.
The Titans earned the David Coughlin Award, the top team sportsmanship honor presented in the Western New England Prep School Soccer Association.