GREENWICH, Conn. – Greenwich High School fall sports athletes were awarded all-conference honors over the past week. A total of 24 Cardinals were named to an all-conference first team.
Athletes in each fall sport were revealed each day last week, ending with all-conference football honors on Monday. Below is a list of all Greenwich High athletes recognized by the Fairfield County Interscholastic Athletic Conference.
All-Conference West Division: Liam O'Neil (quarterback), Mark Bernstein (running back), Alex McMurray (running back), Vincent Ferraro (wide receiver), Jose Melo (wide receiver), Joe Kelly (tight end), Alex McGee (offensive lineman), Jack Wynne (defensive line), Dan Claromi (linebacker), Austin Longi (defensive back), Taylor Olmstead (defensive back)
First Team: Emmett Clarke (goal keeper), John Palmer (defense) and Pieter Zenner (forward)
All-Conference West Division: Will Gittings (defense), Mateo Gowland (midfield) and Matt Parron (midfield)
First Team: Naomi Leeds and Sara Mischanti
Second Team: Emma Haslun
Honorable Mention: Emma Christie and Emily Johnson
First Team: Emily Brash and Sydney Cole
All-Conference West Division: Liz Stillman and Lizzie Trotta
Honorable Mention: Freddie Bancroft and Emma Montgomery
First Team: Porter Carlsen (200-free relay), Maddie Dunn (50-free, 200-free relay, 400-free relay), Katie Evans (200-IM, 500-free, 400-free relay), Cristi Frias (100-fly, 200-free relay) andKim Hill (200-free relay, 400-free relay)
Second Team: Riley Ennis (100-breast, 200-medley relay), Megan Mahoney (diving) and Isobel Walker (200-medley relay)
First Team: Liza Johnson
Second Team: Ebba Mark
Third Team: Jenny Cespedes
Honorable Mention: Xanthis Katsigiannis
Girls Cross Country
Second Team: Jennifer Goggin and Sabrina Thurber
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