jordyn meunier

Athletes of the Week (Week of February 6, 2020)


Alex Latkovski ’21- Boys Varsity Hockey

Alex has been a leader on the ice for the boys varsity hockey team all season long. Blending physical play and a scoring touch he has been a big part of the Cats’ success this season.  In the team’s 5-2 win over Westminster on Monday, Alex scored 3 goals and had 2 assists for 5 points.  Aside from scoring, Alex has had timely blocked shots and a competitive spirit that motivates his teammates. The team will continue to look towards Alex for his strong play and innate leadership ability as they move through the final stretch of the season.

Jordyn Meunier ’21 – Girls Varsity Basketball

Jordyn has been a remarkably consistent contributor to the success of the girls varsity basketball team’s season thus far. This past week she led her team to two wins over Westminster and WMA. Against Westminster on Wednesday, she drained 5 threes on her way to 23 points. This past Friday, she scored 17 second half points to help thwart a Titan comeback.  In addition to her 19 points against WMA, she also had 8 rebounds and 4 steals. The combination of her scoring prowess and her strong overall floor game was pivotal in leading the Wildcats to victory. The team will continue to look to Jordyn to provide strong and steady leadership as the season unfolds.

Luke Grabowski ‘25- Boys Swimming and Diving

Luke has had a great season on the board for the boys varsity swimming and diving team. In the team’s last two meets he finished in second place in both contests, earning valuable points for the Wildcats. On the road at Kingswood-Oxford Saturday, he was a major factor in the team’s victory. In fact, without his second place finish the team would have been unable to secure the win. In addition to his strong performances, he has shown that he is the consummate teammate as he provides encouraging and enthusiastic support for each and every member of the team. Luke works incredibly hard day in and day out to improve his skills during practice and his work ethic has paid dividends. The team looks forward to his continued growth and success on the board and will need him as they move through the back half of their season.

Louisa Weed ’20-Girls Varsity Squash

As one of the varsity squash team’s captains, the Cats look to Louisa for inspiration and find it in her dedicated effort to improvement. Playing #1 means Louisa faces the best squash players in New England. In the past week, Louisa played excellent squash in three close matches with top players from Kent, Porter’s and Canterbury.  In the first two matches Louisa lost 1-3, but averaged 7 and 8 points per game, respectively. Against Canterbury, Louisa prevailed 11-5, 12-10, 11-8 to earn a great win for her team.  What’s most important is the impact that Louisa makes as a leader who brings intensity, hard work and vocal support for her teammates. The team will continue to rely on Louisa for her leadership and inspiring play.

Tom Tebo ’21- Varsity Wrestling

Tom has had a great season for the varsity wrestling team this year. His strong performances continued this week as he had an exceptional win in the quarterfinals of the Class A tournament on Saturday at Hyde School in Maine. Competing in the 152-pound weight class, he beat the 4th seed and made it to the semifinals. Tom worked incredibly hard during the past off season to set himself up for success. This has continued as he had another great week of preparation and has maintained a positive and supportive attitude all year. Tom is a great teammate as his positivity and work ethic has rubbed off on everyone on the team, helping each individual improve. The team looks forward to seeing what Tom can do at the upcoming NEPSAC tournament.

Connor Touhey ’20-Boys Varsity Squash

As a senior captain for the boys varsity squash team, Connor has brought a forceful presence to the courts all season. With his keen instincts and swift moves, he can be seen pushing the limits of every rally. At last weekend’s matchup against Loomis, he stepped into his leadership role as he invigorated his team with an encouraging speech. A true man of action, Connor backed up his words with a stellar performance against his Loomis counterpart, and ultimately won an amazing extra-point game. Connor consistently provides excellent leadership through example for his teammates as he is one of the hardest workers in the room. He brings an intense drive to better himself and his teammates in everything he does, whether it be during a strength and conditioning session or on the courts, he works hard to raise the bar daily. The team will continue to lean on Connor for his strong play and leadership ability as they move throughout the remainder of the season.

Olivia Lawry ‘22 -Girls JV Hockey

Olivia has been a critical piece to the puzzle of success for the girls’ JV hockey team this season. She works hard day in and day out to improve her skills on the ice as well as the skills of her teammates as she cares deeply about the success of the whole team. She is a consistent goal scorer for the Cat’s, who shows her team first mentality daily as she is quick to set up her line mates with a pass or some positive words of encouragement. In a recent win against Pomfret, Olivia led the team with three goals and an assist, helping the team pick up a win. With 12 goals and 7 assists in just 7 games she is one of the top point scorers on the team. She can and will play any position she is asked and welcomes the opportunity to play on any line with any of her teammates. Olivia’s leadership and work ethic have been instrumental in helping the Wildcats earn their undefeated season to date. The team will continue to rely on Olivia as they move through the remainder of their season.

Liam Barry ’25- Thirds Squash

Liam has shown tremendous growth this season for the thirds squash team. This was exemplified on Wednesday against a tough squad from Eaglebrook as he clinched Williston’s lone win in commanding 3-0 fashion. Making his opponent run all around the court he showed what he is truly capable of as his endurance and shot making ability was on full display. Playing at #7 on the ladder, Liam’s win was made more impressive by his playing up three slots this week. Liam has been a great contributor to the team this year with a strong focus on always improving and executing a smart game plan every match. The future is bright for Liam and the team will look towards his light as they move through the last part of their season.

Liza Hampson ‘25-Girls JV Basketball

Liza had a great performance this week for the girls JV basketball team. Against a competitive Miss Hall’s team, she used her speed, agility and determination to come up with great defensive stops and key rebounds on both ends of the court for the Wildcats. She has shown tremendous growth since the beginning of the season and works hard each day to improve her skills and the skills of her teammates. She has a positive impact on the team as she comes to practice each day enthusiastic and ready to go. Her teammates will continue to look to her to use her quick feet and hustle, and the team and her coaches are excited to watch her continued growth for the rest of the season.