WCAL All League Teams for Fall Sports Announced

Posted: December 12, 2018

The West Catholic Athletic League (WCAL) recognized 22 Bells as all-league athletes in a fall sport—cross country, football or water polo.

Cross Country

Colin Peattie '21 First Team
Ross D'Orfani '19 First Team
Clem Welsh '21 Second Team
Galen Topper '21 Second Team


Football

Tyson Garcia '19 RB/CB First Team
Luke Splaine '19 FB/LB First Team
Aizon Henry '20 RB/CB First Team
Hayden Laccabue '19 OG/DT First Team
Harry Mingrone '19 QB Second Team
Marcus Mifsud '20 OT/DT Second Team
Anthony Magri '19 WR/S Second Team
Ben Bigelow '19 LB Second Team
Joey Leiker '19 RB/LB Honorable Mention
Matt Pinelli '19 WR/S Honorable Mention
Isaac Katcher '19 OLB Honorable Mention
Casey Jaeb '19 P Honorable Mention
Andrew Schaffer '20 K Honorable Mention


Water Polo

Gabe Discipulo '19 Center First Team
Dominick Kirk '19 Attacker First Team
Nicholas Fontes '19 LH Attack Second Team
Matt McKim '20 Attack Second Team
Cole McKim '19 Attack Honorable Mention


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