Bells Named WCAL Soccer, Basketball All League

Posted: April 1, 2016

Soccer players Marte Formico '16 and Connor Brady '17 were named as the West Catholic Athletic League's (WCAL) Defender of the Year and Midfielder of the Year respectively. They also received First Team honors, along with Dylan Carruba '16. Jake Wojcik '18 was selected First Team All League in basketball.

Soccer

2016 Defender of the Year: Marte Formico
2016 Midfielder of the Year: Connor Brady

First Team Marte Formico '16 Defender
Connor Brady '17 Midfielder
Dylan Carruba '16 Forward
Second Team Jacob Tan '16 Defender
Kobe Carr '17 Midfielder
Bennett Antes '17 Defender
Patrick Burke '16 Forward
Honorable Mention Andrew Song '18 Goalkeeper

Basketball

First Team Jake Wojcik '18
Second Team Angelo Athens '17
Honorable Mention Kieran Bradford '16

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