Josh McGettigan ’18 – Boys Varsity Basketball
Josh has been a strong contributor to the success of the Wildcats all season. This past week, his strong play on both ends of the court helped the team earn a 2-1 record including road wins at Deerfield and Hotchkiss. Possessing a strong inside/outside skill set, Josh’s strong play was critical to our success in both games. Against Deerfield, he made a number of plays down the stretch that proved to be critical to our win. In the Hotchkiss game, he added 10 points including clutch free throw shooting late in the game. Josh is a great team player who brings an exceptional consistency of effort to his commitment to the team.
Amanda Shen ‘19– Girls Varsity Squash
A top returning player, Amanda earned the #2 spot this season on the team’s ladder. She plays beautiful squash by setting high standards and pushing herself to excel. This weekend she played an exceptional five-game match versus Porter’s losing 12-14 in the fourth before going on to a strong victory over Canterbury in three straight games. Amanda is dedicated to being her best and inspires all around her to raise their game with her positive attitude and strong work ethic.
Jordyn Meunier ‘21– Girls Varsity Basketball
Jordyn has been an asset for the Wildcats all season long. This weekend, her great play continued as she had a terrific afternoon against Westminster. She controlled the offense and was great on the defensive end as she managed to score 13 points and grab 2 steals. On Friday, against a tough squad from WMA, she helped keep her team in the game by putting up 17 pts including 5 three pointers. In addition to her stellar play on offense she was also superb defensively. Jordyn played with excellent composure and led her team by example with a gritty and confident mentality.
Oskar Lee ’18- Boys Varsity Squash
Oskar has been a strong competitor for the Wildcats all season. On Saturday, he put his teams needs first, as he played up a position on the ladder. Nevertheless, he was able to overcome a very determined opponent in a 5 set, back and forth, battle, including a fourth set tie-break win at 16-14! Oskar’s win sealed the overall victory for his team. Oskar comes to each practice and match with a positive, hardworking attitude and is consistently putting his team first. He proved to his teammates that hard work pays off!
Zoe Okaisabor ’19- Girls JV Squash
Zoe rose to the challenge this Saturday, playing higher on the ladder for the Wildcats. She was able to win her match against Choate after three games, proving to herself that she has the skill and the stamina to play a successful match. She integrated the shots she has been working on the past couple of weeks, which resulted in strong plays and winning shots. Zoe expresses sportsmanship with every opponent and encourages her teammates with great enthusiasm day in and day out.
Nate Kerr ’23- Coed 3rds Squash
Nate has had a remarkable last two weeks for the Wildcats. He has invested consistent effort and unwavering focus to every practice and match. He has exemplified emerging confidence with a firm grasp on his racket coupled with his honed agility on the squash court. Nate’s most recent signature move has been the drop-shot which has bolstered his confidence, left his opponents wondering what happened, and has helped him move up six spots on the ladder. Nate embodies the model of a great player and has risen on the ladder due to persistence and resolve. Nate will continue to be a positive part of the program for many years to come.
Sophia Schaefer ‘18– Girls JV Hockey
Sophia has had a great season for the Wildcats. Not only is she the anchor of the defense but she is always looking to set up her teammates and exemplifies team first play. She has been a member of the squad for six years and always leads by her example of hard work and positive attitude. Sophia earned the role of co-captain this year and has helped lead the team to a current 5-2-1 record. She scored two goals in our recent tie to Hotchkiss in an exciting come from behind effort. Sophia is a vital part of the squad and the team will continue to look towards her for her leadership.