Eight Wilton field hockey players named all-FCIAC

Eight members of the Class L state champion Wilton High field hockey team received All-Fairfield County Interscholastic Athletic Conference honors for the fall season, the most of any Wilton High team.

Making first-team all-FCIAC were senior goalie Amanda Hendry, senior midfielder Jillian Mahon, junior defender Meredith Rappaport and junior midfielder/forward Bridget Ward.

It is the second year in a row that Hendry and Rappaport earned first-team FCIAC honors.

Two Warriors were named to the all-East Division team — sophomore forward Emma Rosen and sophomore midfielder Sophia Kaplan.

Earning honorable mention all-FCIAC recognition were sophomore defenders Jess Hendry and Molly Thomas.

Mahon led Wilton in scoring with about 17 goals this past season. Ward knocked in about seven goals and Rosen had about six goals in addition to leading the team in assists.

Amanda Hendry, Rappaport, Jess Hendry, Thomas and Kaplan anchored a Wilton defense that allowed only 15 goals in 23 games, with 15 shutouts.


Six members of the Wilton High football team received All-FCIAC honors.

Leading the way was senior RJ Romeo, who was selected to the All-FCIAC second team defense as a defensive back (Romeo was also Wilton’s starting quarterback). In addition to tight pass coverage, Romeo contributed 25 tackles (13 solo, 12 assisted) for the Warriors.

Junior running back Joe McFadden was chosen to the All-FCIAC East Division offense, and senior defensive lineman Brennen Ryan made the All-FCIAC East Division defense.

Receiving All-East honorable mention were senior offensive lineman Nick Pica, senior defensive lineman Jack Ciaccio, and sophomore running back Will Litton.

Boys soccer

Three members of the Wilton High boys soccer team earned first-team All-FCIAC honors — senior forwards Harry Allers and Jack Brandt, and senior defender Patrick Prinner. It is the second year in a row that Brandt has been first-team all-FCIAC.

Earning honorable mention all-FCIAC recognition were seniors Jordan Lord, Matt Ravichandran and Dan Jensen.

Girls soccer

Six members of the Wilton High girls soccer team won all-FCIAC accolades.

Sophomore Paisley Eagan was named first-team all-FCIAC, while seniors Jillian Lauricella and Rebecca Hersch were both second-team all-FCIAC.

Senior Hana Previte, junior Brady Faria and freshman Alex Brichkowski all earned honorable mention recognition.


For the Wilton High volleyball team, senior Julia Schiavone earned all-FCIAC honorable mention recognition.

Cross country

For the Wilton High girls cross country team, senior Mary Lynch and sophomore Morgan McCormick both earned first-team all-FCIAC honors. Lynch placed second at the FCIAC championship and McCormick finished 11th.

Juniors Meaghan Downey and Erika Bonnist both were second-team all-FCIAC.

Earning first-team all-FCIAC honors for the WHS boys cross country team were senior Justin Hoelzl and junior Aaron Breene. Hoelzl finished fourth at FCIACs while Breene placed 12th.

Girls swimming

For the Wilton High girls swimming team, first-team all-FCIAC honors went to Emma Holmquist (200-yard individual medley, 100-yard breaststroke), Katrina Trentos (500 freestyle) and Emma Kauffeld (500 freestyle).