Conard High School Class of 2023 students going on to continue their academic and athletic career at the collegiate level were recognized on Wednesday.
By Bridget Bronsdon
This past Wednesday, Conard High School hosted a ceremony to recognize their 24 student-athletes going on to compete at the collegiate level.
The ceremony began with Jason Siegal, director of Athletics, congratulating and offering best wishes to the student-athletes, all of whom have poured steadfast commitment and dedication into the programs throughout their time at Conard.
Fellow students, teachers, and family members proudly looked on as coaches were invited to say a few words to commemorate the athletes’ passionate and devoted time spent on the Conard fields, courts, and track. All around, the students were congratulated and applauded for their efforts and performances thus far.
The 24 student-athletes from Conard’s class of 2023 will continue on to play at the collegiate level within Division I, II and III programs. The students pictured above are as follows:
First row, from left: Ruby Czajkowski (Lacrosse) University of Redlands; Leah Williams (Lacrosse) University of Connecticut; Kevin Rivas (Soccer) University of Rhode Island; Ryan Bushnell (Football) Bryant University; Anthony Catanzaro (Soccer) University of Massachusetts at Amherst; CJ Nelson (Lacrosse) Bentley University; Huy Doan (Lacrosse) Clark University; Isaiah Cyr (Cross Country) University of New England; Giancarlo Fedolfi (Track and Field) Wesleyan University.
Middle row, from left: Maddie Campbell (Field Hockey) Colby College; Kaitlyn Thomas (Cheerleading) Nichols College; Audrey Kirkutis (Track and Field) Princeton University; Sydney Miranda (Softball) Ithaca College; Libby Zapata (Soccer) Gettysburg College; Gabby Niman (Soccer) Central Connecticut State University.
Back row, from left: Ali Colburn (Diving) University of San Diego; Anna Clark (Soccer) Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI); Bethany Kim (Soccer) Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI); Claire Dombrofski (Swimming) Roger Williams University; Sophia Pincince (Swimming) Central Connecticut State University; Rachel Giroux (Diving) Central Connecticut State University; Jacob Morren (Baseball) Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts; Ryan Smith (Baseball) Post University; Alex Moemeka (Basketball) Fitchburg State University.
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