Felix-Antoine Bouchard ’23- Boys Varsity Hockey
Missing all of pre-season as valuable member of our bowl bound football team, Felix-Antoine has made an immediate impact in the boys varsity hockey’s lineup. He has helped raise the level of competitiveness of the team, has added a spark to the lineup, and contributed a goal and 2 assists in the Wildcats’ opening games. Always leading by example, Felix-Antoine has helped set the tone for a positive season. His coaches and teammates will continue to rely on his leadership and impact play as they work through their highly competitive schedule this season.
Meghan Carey ‘24-Girls Varsity Basketball
Meghan has had a tremendous start to the season for the girls varsity basketball team. New to the squad this year, she has quickly emerged as a leader on the court, setting the tone defensively, while leading the charge on offense. Meghan comes to practice every day ready to work hard, pushing herself and her teammates to be competitive and improve day in and day out. The Wildcats will rely on Meghan for her team first mentality, leadership and competitiveness to provide a steady contribution to their success this winter.
Herrick Stevenson ’25- Boys Swimming
Herrick has had an outstanding start to the season for boys varsity swimming. He opened his sophomore campaign with 2 individual wins in the 200 IM & 500 Free and added a sensational anchor leg to win the 200 Free Relay posting a top-10 relay split in program history. In competition and in practice, Herrick is an incredible leader and is off to a great start this year. The Wildcats will rely on his leadership and point scoring ability as they move through the rest of the season.
Blue Meyerson ‘26- Girls Swimming
In her first varsity meet, Blue put forth incredible effort and displayed excellent team spirit and leadership on Saturday against NMH. She swam 2 relays and the 200 Individua!. Blue’s coaches and teammates look forward to more excellent contributions as the season progresses. Congratulations on a strong start to the season!
Sophie Edmunds ’23- Skiing
Sophie, a senior returner to the varsity ski team, will play an important role for the Wildcats this season. As expected, she has been a much needed veteran presence for the first week of dry land training. She was a leader and did an excellent job of being a mentor for many of the skiers new to the program. The Wildcats look forward to some excellent leadership and strong performances from Sophie this season.
Gunnar Tebo ’23- Boys Varsity Squash
In his first season with boys varsity squash, Gunnar has proven to be a valuable addition. Not only has he seamlessly fit into the team, but he has demonstrated a fabulous work ethic, showing up ahead of schedule, giving 100% effort, and even sacrificing some time on a Friday night to adjust his strokes. He also was one of two players to win a set in the team’s recent battle with St. Mark’s giving the squad a much-needed lift against a formidable opponent. His coaches and teammates look forward to watching Gunnar develop as a player and will count on him to lead by example with his work ethic and positivity.
Monique Lyons ’24- Girls Varsity Hockey
Monique has had an excellent start to girls varsity hockey’s season. As a veteran forward with a strong hockey IQ, she manages to create high quality scoring chances for herself and teammates. She contributed to the Wildcat’s offense at the Berkshire Jamboree last Wednesday and then scored our first three goals in a 5-2 win at St. Paul’s. Monique has worked hard on her defensive game over the past year and will be relied on in all situations this season. Her passion for hockey is contagious and she brings positive energy to the ice at practice and games. Monique’s coaches and teammates look forward to her continued contributions both on and off the ice this season.
Sean O´Donnell ‘24-Boys JV Squash
Sean has had a great start to the season for the boys JV squash team. He works hard during practice and is a natural squash player. In his match against Berkshire, Sean did an awesome job at positioning well on the court; attacking with his forehand and returning with his backhand. He placed the shots well in depth towards the back of the court and had a very consistent serve. He is an intelligent and dedicated squash player. Sean ended winning his match with a final score of 3-0. The Wildcats will rely on Sean for his steady and strong play as they move through this season.
Michael Saliba ‘25- Boys JV Hockey
Michael played back-up to our senior goalie all last season. He worked hard and always had a positive attitude. This season Michael is currently the starting goalie. He was eager to take on this role, and in our first game against a very strong Salisbury team, Michael made one great save after another for a total of 33 saves over two periods. Despite his excellent performance, the team was down 4-0, and he was replaced in goal for the third period to give a promising 7th grade goalie a chance to gain valuable experience. As a testament to Michael team first mentality, he totally agreed with the move and offered enthusiastic support and encouragement to the younger goalie. Michael’s team-oriented perspective, and his talent in goal, will play a key role in the overall success of the team going forward.
Will Chalfant ’23 – JV Basketball
Will played a big role on offense and defense in the first boys JV basketball game on Saturday against the Berkshire School. His high-energy play helped the team hold Berkshire to only 12 points during a 58-12 victory. He also sparked the scoring by going 3-for-3 on three-point attempts, scoring a total of 10 points during the game. Will is a respected leader on the team, having been voted captain by his teammates. His leadership has already helped build strong team camaraderie early in the season. Undoubtedly, he will continue to help the team work together to have a successful season. The coaches greatly appreciate all his efforts.