WILTON \u2014 Dayo Garritano, a Wilton student who attends the Wooster School, was named best lead actor in a musical during this year\u2019s Halo Awards, presented June 23-25 on YouTube. Dayo, who competed against four other students, was recognized for his role as Archibald Craven in \u201cThe Secret Garden.\u201d He was also nominated as best male standout performance in an ensemble production for the school\u2019s presentation of \u201cThe Dining Room;\u201d and with his schoolmate Meghan Bourgeault for best performance by a couple or dynamic duo in a musical for \u201cThe Sceret Garden.\u201d The play, performed in late February and early March, tells the story of the gloomy Misselthwaite Manor, where Mary Lennox, recently orphaned in India by the cholera epidemic of 1906, now lives. With only ghosts for playmates, she sets out to unlock the secrets of both garden and hall. Along the way she discovers an unknown cousin, a magical boy who talks with animals, and the healing power of nature. The awards honor high school students\u2019 achievements in all aspects of theater. Awards are given for acting, choreography, lighting, design, stage management, special effects and more. Judges attend performances throughout the year and submit evaluations for each show. This year 83 high schools from Connecticut competed.