All-FCIAC honors for Wilton High athletes

Wilton High athletes were among those honored as the Fairfield County Interscholastic Athletic Conference announced its All-FCIAC teams for the 2013 fall sports season.

In football, Wilton senior offensive lineman Joe Fraccaroli and defensive back Brett Phillips were both named to the All-FCIAC team.

Senior defensive lineman John D’Elisa, junior linebacker TJ Savvaides and senior punter Dan Baird made the All-East Division squad, while senior defensive linemen Dan Holland and Peter Ciaccio, senior offensive lineman Chris Sanzero, and junior offensive lineman Tyler Mirabile received All-East Division honorable mention.

Six members of the Wilton High girls soccer team earned All-Conference honors. Lindsay Knutson, Annika Sheehan and Haley English were chosen to the All-FCIAC first team, and teammates Makenna Pearsall, Bridget Dwyer and Hannah Maatallah received honorable mention.

Six Wilton High boys soccer players also received All-FCIAC honors for the 2013 season. Chauncey Allers led the way for the Warriors by getting selected to the All-FCIAC first team. Teammates AJ Galimi, Troy Lamason, Will DeSantis, Matt Przybysz, and Oliver Quantock were all chosen to the All-East squad.

In girls volleyball, Wilton’s Megan Stanzione was selected to the All-FCIAC third team, while teammate Victoria DiPilato received honorable mention.

Seven Wilton High girls swim team members got FCIAC nods. Stephanie Moriarty and Kristen Moss made the All-FCIAC first team, with Hannah Armstrong, Emma Holmquist, Brooke Hendee, Katrina Trentos, and Emma Kauffeld all making the All-FCIAC second team.

In field hockey, seven Warriors received All-FCIAC honors. Madison Hendry, Jill Detrick-Yee and goalie Lizette Roman-Johnston all were selected to the All-FCIAC first team. Delaney Baxendale and Megan Cunningham were named to the All-East squad, while Emmie Arrix and Annie Cornbrooks received honorable mention.

The Warriors (21-2) lost to Darien, 1-0, in the FCIAC championship game before going on to win their third straight Class M state title with a 1-0 overtime victory over Lauralton Hall.

Four members of the Wilton High girls cross country team earned All-FCIAC honors. The awards were based on individual finishes at the conference meet, with the top-15 boys and girls runners making the All-FCIAC first team and those runners finishing 16th-30th making the second team.

Sarah Healy, Mary Lynch and Olivia Bernardini all made the All-FCIAC first team, while teammate Keiley Gaston received honorable mention.

No Wilton High boys cross country runners earned either All-FCIAC first- or second-team honors.