Weston HS Student-Athletes Should Be Committed…And 12 Actually Are
Well, here’s the news, Weston. Twelve Weston High School seniors have been committed, and the event entirely sanctioned by Weston High School. Oh wait, sports commitments. That’s better. I worry–it’s been a long high school experience with all that pandemic stuff.
On Thursday, May 11th in the WHS Media Center, the Athletic Department celebrated senior student-athletes who have committed to play their sport at a D1, D2 or D3 college or university this fall. What is surprising to this Owl is that she was not invited as an esteemed member of the local media (arguably the only hyper-local media) to take photos and ask lots of questions of these folks. Dear Athletic Director McGrath, I shall remember this snub and totally tack the Gator tires.
The ceremony recognized and honored those Wildcats who will be taking their athletic skill to the next level at their D1, D2 and D3 colleges and universities. The following 12 athletes were so honored (unfortunately, Dana was unable to attend so the Owl had to thieve another photo.)
Here are our student-athletes who committed:
Kaitlyn Ewald – Colby College (Track)
Olivia Jackson – New York University (XC/Track)
Sofia Moukaddem – Endicott College (XC/Track)
Julia Barber – University of Rochester (Soccer)
Julia Hanson – Macalester College (Soccer)
Max Nelson – Babson College (Swimming)
Mack McManus – Union College (Football)
Chase Hinton – Bowdoin College (Football)
Maddie Schiller – Union College (Lacrosse)
Zachary Regelman – Connecticut College (Tennis)
JP Noone – Tufts University (Golf)
Dana Williams – Fitchburg State (Basketball)
Once a ‘cat, always a ‘cat! Go ‘cats!