Four Titans were recognized at their position when the list was released in early September.
Val played for the U19 national in July, helping Denmark to the bronze medal at the European U19 American Football Championship.
Arielle placed in 3 events at the New England Championship meet, and Michael Dorunda set a school record.
Jack Feltovic ’22 and Liam Shea-Gallagher ’24 were named to the NEPSAC All-League team for the Cleary Division.
The Titans claimed a number of postseason awards after posting arguably the best season in school history.
Jake Girhiny '22, Steven Holik ’22, Wooseung Oh '22, Askar Bakirdinov '24, Matthew Clark '24, Leopold Heiss '24, Samuel Jasmin '22 and Guo Yin '23 will be honored at a banquet May 19 for the 2022 Connecticut State Rifle and Revolver Association High School All-State Team.
Three students – Padraig Dunbar ’26, Dylan Shonack ’26 and Narayan Kalia ’26 – placed first in the state in the Middle School Division at the National Economic Challenge Division.
Ian signed his National Letter of Intent to attend and play soccer at the Division I program.
Gianna became the first female student at WMA to sign a National Letter of Intent to play collegiate rugby, committing to Sacred Heart University April 14 during a ceremony at the Athletic Center.
Sean signed his National Letter of Intent to attend and play basketball at the Division II program, which is located in his hometown of Albany, New York.
The Titans (22-1) earned the top seed of the NEPSAC tournament and will face #4 Bradford Christian Academy in a semifinal Saturday at home at 2 p.m.
After starting 1-5, WMA earned the No. 6 seed for the NEPSAC playoffs and will play at third-seeded Cushing Academy in a quarterfinal battle Wednesday.
WMA won both of its postseason competitions as the Titans finished the season undefeated for the fifth time in six years.
An aggressive second run landed Ben on the podium in the slalom.
Matt hit the magic number during a win at Cushing.
Maddie Hong '23, Megan Mark '23, Maddie Stoltz '23 and Abby Dorunda '24 received honors from various organizations following the season.
Keigo placed second at the Class A Championships in the 120-pound weight class, automatically qualifying him for the New England meet.
The Titans went 6-0 for the 2021-22 regular season, pushing their winning streak to 38 matches.
Brendan Herbert ’22 (Wingate University), Dylan Quigley ’22 (Southern New Hampshire University), Jacob Smith ’22 (Franklin Pierce University) and Evan Grobsmith (Utica College) signed their letters to play at their respective colleges next season.
WMA's Desmond Perezcastaneda ’23, Nick Pestrichello ’22 and Will Hardy ’22 were named to the All-Evergreen First Team, while teammates Enrique Rosado ’22, Dylan Quigley ’22 and Hudson Perham ’22 received Second Team honors.