Students from West Hartford’s Conard High School who plan to continue their athletic careers at the college level gathered for a photo Tuesday.
By Ronni Newton
West Hartford Athletic Director Jason Siegal met recently with seniors from Hall High School who plan to continue participating in sports at the collegiate level.
This year there are 23 Hall students who plan to become student-athletes in college, attending Division I, II, and III schools, Siegal said.
Several students are missing from the photo above, but the complete list of students along with the school they plan to attend and the sport they plan to play is as follows:
- Zoe Baker, diving, Central Connecticut State University
- Da’Jaun Banks, football, Southern Connecticut State University
- Aidan Cattelan, cross country and track and field, Fitchburg State University
- Sarah DeSanto, golf, Hamilton College
- Kobe Dominguez, swimming, Southern Connecticut State University
- Divine Edwards, football and track and field, Southern Connecticut State University
- Seth Ehrlich, baseball, Nichols College
- Chase Gengras, lacrosse, Keene State College
- Matthew Glassman, tennis, Roger Williams University
- Sydney Golas, track and field, Bryant University
- Izzy Henriques, track and field, Central Connecticut State University
- Max Jacobsen, volleyball, Sacred Heart University
- Jessica Johanson, gymnastics, Penn State University
- Evan Jones, soccer, College of the Holy Cross
- Isaiah Lizardi, football and track and field, Middlebury College
- Emma Nordquist, swimming, Hamilton College
- Emma Rogorzenski, soccer, Merrimack College
- Abe Ruelas, football, University of New England
- Drew Seguro, soccer, Quinnipiac University
- Lola Smith, lacrosse, Keene State College
- Maeve Stone, field hockey, Skidmore College
- Drew Taylor, cross country and track and field, Ithaca College
- Matt Walker, basketball, University of Saint Joseph
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