XC, Football & Water Polo WCAL All-League Teams Announced

Posted: December 4, 2017

Twenty-one Bells are included among the student-athletes included on the West Catholic Athletic League (WCAL) All-League teams for cross country, football and water polo.

Cross Country
Meika Beaudoin-Rousseau Senior First Team
Ross D'Orfani Junior Second Team
Alex Scales Senior Second Team
Luke Hammers Junior Second Team


Football
Austin Ajiake Senior RB / LB First Team
Brandon Bumanlag Senior FB / LB First Team
Claude Cole Senior OT / DT First Team
Cade Hall Senior TE / DT First Team
Tyson Garcia Junior RB / CB Second Team
Noah Laine Senior RB / CB Second Team
Griffin Nelson Senior OG / DT Second Team
Dillon Andrews Senior TE / LB Honorable Mention
Nick Del Biaggio Senior OT / DT Honorable Mention
Isaac Wegner Senior TE Honorable Mention
Xander Zell Senior OG / DT Honorable Mention


Water Polo
Gabe Discipulo Junior 2-Meter Offense First Team
Dominick Kirk Junior Attack First Team
Anthony Rethans Senior Goalkeeper First Team
Nicky Fontes Junior Attack Second Team
JT Kujawa Sophomore Utility Second Team
Thomas Rogers Senior 2-Meter Defender Honorable Mention


Congratulations Bells!



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