All-WCAL Teams Named for Fall Sports

Posted: December 5, 2016

The West Catholic Athletic League (WCAL) has named their All-League teams for cross country, football and water polo. Congratulations are extended to the following student-athletes:

Cross Country
First Team Meika Beaudoin-Rousseau '18
Neerav Gade '18
Luke Pinkel '19
Alex Scales '18
Second Team Joseph Deck '17
Dylan Doblar '17


Football
Most Valuable Defensive Lineman Cade Hall '18
First Team Jackson Burrill '17
Bobby Facchino '17
Tyler Gallis '17
Cade Hall '18
Justin Malone '17
Brendan Manigo '17
Ike Ogbogu '17
Second Team Austin Ajiake '18
Scott Baumel '17
Jack Geiger '17
Honorable Mention Peter Ciari '17
Dimitris Tsatalos '17


Water Polo
First Team Anthony Rethans '18 (goalie)
Phillip Wang '17 (driver)
Aaron White '17 (2 meter defender)
Second Team Gabe Discipulo '19 (2 meter offense)
Dominick Kirk '19 (driver)


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