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Athletics Week in Review

Week of 02/19

    • Stewart (pictured), Wilmore, and Verbanas earned podium finishes for WFS.

   
   
2024 Swimming States Recap: The WFS boys’ swim team continued to prove itself as one of the top programs in the State of Delaware this weekend, placing 5th overall in the DIAA Swimming State Championships with 152 points! 
 
Jalen Stewart ’24 led the team with two 2nd place finishes; Stewart earned silver in the 100 and 200 free, scoring a team-high 34 points.  Tyler Wilmore ’24, a three-time individual State Champion, closed out his excellent high school career with a 2nd place finish in the 500 free and a 4th place finish in the 200 free. Conner Verbanas ’25 took home bronze in the 500 free and added a 7th place finish in the 200 free. 
 
The 400 free relay (Wilmore, Theo Lawrence ’26, Verbanas, and Stewart) placed 5th overall while the 200 free relay (Stewart, Devin Wallace ’24, Verbanas, and Wilmore) took home 8th. The 200 medley relay (Lorne McDonnell ’25, Lawrence, Gavin Jefferson ’26, and Andrew McKenzie ’24) placed 13th to round out the results for WFS. 
 
The WFS girls’ swim team performed well against the top competition in the State of Delaware this weekend, placing 10th overall in the DIAA Swimming State Championships with 95 points!
 
Aubrey Ashman ’26 led the scoring for WFS with 21 points; Ashman finished 7th overall in the 100 breast and 9th in the 200 IM. Kylie Poole ’28 and Ellie Romano ’28 turned in two terrific performances to conclude their rookie campaigns as well; Poole finished 6th in the 100 back and 10th in the 200 free while Romano placed 14th in the 100 back and 16th in the 100 fly. Pamela Moore ’27 rounded out the individual performances for WFS on Saturday, earning a 15th place finish in the 200 free. 
 
The relay teams, consisting of Ashman, Moore, Poole, and Romano, performed well in the 400 free and 200 medley. They placed 6th in the 400 free after shaving over nine seconds off of their entry time and came home with an 8th place finish in the 200 medley. 
 
Wrestling: The WFS wrestling team traveled to St. Mark’s this weekend to compete in the 2024 Independent Qualifier. Kaeden Fleming ’24 (120-pound weight class) and Sloan Makoujy ’26 (138-pound weight class) each took home bronze, securing their place in the 2024 DIAA Individual Wrestling Championships next weekend. Fleming won three matches over the weekend while Makoujy earned four victories. Matthew Morrison ’25 (144-pound weight class) finished 7th while Liam Sullivan ’24 (113-pound weight class) and Kyler Fleming ’27  (106-pound weight class) each placed 8th. 

Once they become available, tickets can be purchased here.
 
Basketball: The WFS girls' basketball team, seeded #21 after their 12-win regular season campaign, will take on #12 Seaford on Wednesday (2/28) evening for their first-round matchup in the DIAA State Tournament. The game is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. and will be played at Seaford. 
 
When they become available, tickets can be purchased here. Go Blue!
   
   

Week in Review Archive

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  • Week of 02/12

    Good luck to our swimmers taking part in the DIAA Swimming State Championships taking place at Rawstrom Natatorium this week. The boys swimming preliminaries will be held at 6pm on Wednesday, February 21. The girls swimming preliminaries will take place at 6pm on Thursday, February 22. The finals will occur on Saturday, February 24; the boys begin at 11am while the girls follow at 6pm.
     
    Once they become available, tickets can be purchased here
     
    Basketball: The boys’ basketball team dropped two contests last week, falling to Sanford and Odessa HS. In their seven-point loss to Odessa, Ryan Tattersall ’25 scored a team-high 21 points. They will look for their 12th win of the season on Tuesday evening when they travel to Dickinson for a 4:45pm contest. 
     
    The girls’ basketball team dropped three contests last week, falling to three talented teams in Sanford, Odessa, and Tower Hill. In their matchup against the Hillers, Gianna Cottone ’26 led all WFS players with 13 points. They will look for their 11th and 12th wins in their final two contests of the season this week; the Quakers play St. Andrew’s on Monday (5:30pm) and Odyssey Charter on Tuesday (5:15pm).
  • Week of 02/05

    Basketball: The boys’ basketball team went 2-1 this week, improving their overall record to 11-6. In their victory over Archmere Academy on Monday, Steven Morris ’24 led WFS with 14 points while Joey Winchell ’25 added 11. Ryan Tattersall ’25 paced the Quakers offense the following evening against Wilmington Christian, scoring a game-high 21 points; Winchell netted 19 on seven made baskets. In their two-point defeat on Friday evening against Tower Hill, Cooper Strauss ’26 scored a team-high 12 points. 
     
    The girls’ basketball team went 1-1 this week, defeating Tower Hill and losing to Archmere Academy. In their 19-point victory over the Hillers, the Quakers outscored Tower Hill 23-9 in the second half (and held them scoreless in the third quarter). Ryan Weigand ’26 led all scorers with 17 points while Izzy Winchell ’26 netted ten. Gianna Cottone ’26 added eight. In their loss against the Auks of Archmere, Cottone scored a game-high 22 points. 
     
    Indoor Track & Field: It was an incredible DISC meet for the WFS indoor track & field team on Saturday afternoon as 11 personal records were set! In addition, four members of the team won their respective events.
    Christopher Princilus ’24: 1st in the long jump
    Zae Turman ’24: 1st in the triple jump
    Brina Abere ’25: 1st in high jump, 4th in the 200
    Cereniti Johnson ’26: 1st in the 400, 3rd in the 55
    Isabelle Bohner ’24: 5th in the shot put
    Hayden Land ’24: 5th in the 400, 5th in the 200
    Brian Gainer ’25: 4th in the 55, 4th in the 200
    Girls’ 4x200 (Micah Davenport ’27, Kayla Turman ’26, Daniela Cristanetti-Walker ’26, Bohner): 3rd place
     
    Swimming: It was another exciting evening for the WFS swim program as both teams secured victories in their final regular season meet against Delaware Military Academy. The boys’ team finished their regular season with an overall record of 10-1; the girls’ team finished their regular season with an overall record of 9-2-1. 
     
    We cannot wait to see what they accomplish during the DIAA State Championship meet, which begins on Wednesday, February 21 (and goes to Saturday, February 24). 
     
    Wrestling: It was another great weekend for WFS wrestling as they placed second at the DISC Championship meet on Saturday morning. Five wrestlers earned gold, three wrestlers earned silver, and one wrestler took home bronze.
     
    Kaeden Fleming ’24 (120-pound weight class): 1st place
    Liam Sullivan ’24 (113-pound weight class): 1st place
    Ethan Weiner ’24 (126-pound weight class): 1st place
    Matthew Morrison ’25 (144-pound weight class): 1st place
    Sloan Makoujy ’26 (138-pound weight class): 1st place
    Rayan Kashif ’24 (150-pound weight class): 2nd place
    Matthew Fineman ’26 (157-pound weight class): 2nd place
    Kyler Fleming ’27 (106-pound weight class): 2nd place
    Lincoln Illingworth ’26 (175-pound weight class): 3rd place
  • Week of 01/29

    Indoor Track & Field: The WFS indoor track & field team traveled to Prince George’s Sports Complex to compete in the 2024 DIAA State Championships this afternoon. Cereniti Johnson ’26 was outstanding for WFS, breaking the school record in the 400 meter dash and placing 5th overall. Declan Grubb ’24, Hayden Land ’24, Zae Turman ’24, and Brian Gainer ’25 set the boys' 4x400 school record. 

    Turman also finished 11th in the triple jump while Brina Abere ’25 placed 13th in the high jump.

    Swimming: It was another great DISC meet for the WFS swim program as both teams placed second! The boys’ team earned 76 points while the girls’ team posted 84 points. 

    The following swimmers earned gold in their respective individual events: Jalen Stewart ’24 (50 free), Conner Verbanas ’25 (500 free), Aubrey Ashman ’26 (100 breast), Kylie Poole ’28 (100 back), and Ellie Romano ’28 (100 fly).

    The following relays for the WFS girls’ team also earned first place: 200 medley relay (Poole, Ashman, Romano, and Pamela Moore ’27) and 200 free relay (Romano, Moore, Ashman, and Poole).

    The following WFS swimmers earned top-five finishes in their individual events DISC meet on Saturday:
    Jalen Stewart ’24: 50 free (1st), 100 free (2nd)
    Tyler Wilmore ’24: 200 IM (2nd), 100 breast (2nd)
    Jillian Farley ’25: 100 back (5th)
    Lorne McDonnell ’25: 100 back (3rd), 500 free (5th)
    Conner Verbanas ’25: 500 free (1st), 200 free (2nd)
    Aubrey Ashman ’26: 100 breast (1st), 200 IM (2nd)
    Theo Lawrence ’26: 200 IM (5th)
    Rose Mulveny ’26: 200 IM (5th), 100 breast (5th)
    Kenzie Wilson ’26: 50 free (5th)
    Pamela Moore ’27: 200 free (4th), 100 free (4th)
    Cael McDonnell ’28: 500 free (3rd)
    Kylie Poole ’28: 100 back (1st), 200 free (2nd)
    Ellie Romano ’28: 100 fly (1st), 100 back (3rd)

    The following relays secured top -three finishes at the DISC meet on Saturday:
    200 medley relay: 2nd place (Lorne McDonnell ’25, Theo Lawrence ’26, Gavin Jefferson ’26, and Andrew McKenzie ’24)
    200 free relay: 3rd place (Wilmore, Devin Wallace ’24, Verbanas, and Stewart)
    400 free relay: 2nd place (Stewart, Lawrence, Verbanas, and Wilmore)

    Wrestling: The WFS wrestling program hosted its second annual Quaker Round Robin Invitational yesterday. Competing against 11 schools, the Quakers performed well as nine WFS wrestlers placed among the top four in their respective weight classes. 

    Rayan Kashif ’24 (150-pound weight class): 1st place, 5-0
    Liam Sullivan ’24 (113-pound weight class): 1st place, 5-0 
    Pierce Burns ’26 (150-pound weight class): 2nd place, 4-1
    Brayden McLaughlin ’28 (113-pound weight class): 2nd place, 4-1
    John Ursomarso ’24 (165-pound weight class): 3rd place, 3-1
    Ethan Weiner ’24 (126-pound weight class): 3rd place, 3-1
    Matthew Morrison ’25 (144-pound weight class): 3rd place, 3-1
    Kyler Fleming ’27 (106-pound weight class): 3rd place, 4-1
    Sloan Makoujy ’26 (138-pound weight class): 4th place, 3-2

    Basketball: The WFS boys’ basketball team went 3-0 last week as they defeated AI DuPont, Tatnall, and St. Andrew’s. Joey Winchell ’25 reached double-figures in the scoring department for each game (13.3 ppg) while Ryan Tattersall ’25 averaged 12 points per contest over the three games. The Quakers, now 9-5, will look for win number ten on Monday evening when they host Archmere Academy at 6:30pm. 

    The WFS girls’ basketball team went 2-1 this week, defeating Tatnall and Newark Charter. Izzy Winchell ’26 averaged 14.6 points per game over the three contests, scoring a game-high 21 against Tatnall. Gianna Cottone ’26 scored a game-high 17 points in their lone loss to a talented St. Mark’s team. The Quakers, now 9-4, will look for win number ten on Tuesday evening when they travel to Archmere Academy for a 6:15pm contest.
  • Week of 01/22

    Basketball: The WFS boys’ and girls’ basketball teams played some of the toughest competition that the State of Delaware has to offer this week; the boys’ team fell to  #5 Sanford and #9 Seaford while the girls’ team fell to #3 Sanford and defeated Conrad. 

    In their 53-47 loss to the Bluejays of Seaford, Ryan Tattersall ’25 led all WFS scorers with 16 points. Steven Morris ’24 added seven. The Quakers, now 6-5, will look for win number seven on Monday evening when they travel to AI DuPont HS for a 6:15pm matchup. 

    In their 47-42 victory over the Red Wolves of Conrad, Ryan Weigand ’26 led all scorers with 18 points on eight made field goals. Gianna Cottone ’26 added fourteen points while Izzy Winchell netted nine, sinking three shots from deep. The Quakers, now 7-3, will look for win number eight on Tuesday afternoon when they travel to Tatnall for a 4:30pm contest. 

    Swimming: The boys’ swim team had another perfect week, improving their overall record to 8-1. They defeated AI DuPont, Christiana, Caravel, and Tower Hill. 
    The girls’ swim team continued their impressive season too; they defeated AI DuPont, Christiana, and Caravel. The Quakers suffered their first loss of the 2023-24 season on Friday, falling to #3 Tower Hill.

    Individual & Relay Winners vs AI DuPont and Christiana 
    100 free, 100 back: Jalen Stewart ’24
    200 IM, 500 free: Tyler Wilmore ’24
    50 free: Devin Wallace ’24
    200 free: Theo Lawrence ’26
    200 IM, 100 back: Aubrey Ashman ’26
    200 & 500 free: Pamela Moore ’27
    50 & 100 free: Kylie Poole ’28
    100 breast: Rose Mulveny ’26
    100 fly: Ellie Romano ’28
    200 free relay: Stewart, Wallace, Lawrence, and Wilmore
    400 free relay: Wilmore, Wallace, Lawrence, and Stewart
    200 medley relay: Ashman, Poole, Romano, and Moore
    200 free relay: Olivia Agne ’27, Avery Martinenza ’25, Mulveny, and Katie Bryan ’24
    400 free relay: Moore, Romano, Ashman, and Poole

    Individual & Relay Winners vs Caravel 
    100 & 200 free: Jalen Stewart ’24
    200 IM, 100 fly: Tyler Wilmore ’24
    100 breast: Harrison Burns ’24 
    50 free: Devin Wallace ’24
    100 back: Theo Lawrence ’26
    500 free: Cael McDonnell ’28
    200 free relay: Wilmore, Wallace, Lawrence, and Stewart 
    200 IM, 100 back: Kylie Poole ’28
    100 fly, 100 breast: Ellie Romano ’28
    500 free: Katie Bryan ’24
    200 free: Jillian Farley ’25 
    400 free relay: Wilmore, Lawrence, Wallace, and Stewart 
    200 medley relay: Lorne McDonnell ’25, Tauson Biggs ’24, Gavin Jefferson ’26, and Mason Montejo ’26
    200 free relay: Rose Mulveny ’26, Farley, Annabelle Huxtable ’26, and Poole

    Individual & Relay Winners vs Tower Hill
    100 & 200 free: Jalen Stewart ’24
    200 IM, 100 breast: Tyler Wilmore ’24
    50 free: Andrew McKenzie ’24
    100 fly: Theo Lawrence ’26
    500 free: Conner Verbanas ’25
    100 breast: Aubrey Ashman ’26
    200 free relay: Wilmore, Stewart, Verbanas, and McKenzie
    400 free relay: Wilmore, Stewart, Verbanas, and Lawrence
    200 medley relay: Lorne McDonnell ’25, Harrison Burns ’24, Gavin Jefferson ’26, and McKenzie

    Track and Field: The Quakers traveled to the Charter School of Wilmington to compete in their first Polar Bear meet of the season on Friday afternoon. Competing against the home team and Conrad, the Quakers performed well as five individuals won their respective events (and some WFS runners won multiple events). Individual results can be found below. 

    Christopher Princilus ‘24: 1st in the 55
    Brina Abere ‘25: 1st in the high jump
    Mia Davenport ‘25: 1st in the 1600
    Cereniti Johnson ‘26: 1st in the 55, 1st in the 200
    Jack McKelvey ‘26: 1st in the 1600, 1st in the 800, 2nd in the 3200

    Isabelle Bohner ‘24: 2nd in the shot put
    Hayden Land ‘24: 2nd in the 55, 2nd in the 400
    Brian Gainer ‘25: 2nd in the 55, 3rd in the 200
    Daniela Cristanetti-Walker ‘26: 2nd in the 200, 3rd in the 55

    Payton Williams ‘24: 3rd in the 200
  • Week of 01/15

    Wrestling: It was a wonderful Senior Night on Tuesday afternoon for the WFS wrestling program; all six members from the Class of 2024 were honored before the match and the Quakers defeated Odyssey Charter in their dual meet.
    The Quakers will remain busy this week; they will travel to Newark Charter to compete against Newark Charter and Sanford in a tri-meet on Wednesday evening (01/31) and will host another ten-team Quaker Classic tournament on Saturday (02/03).



    Basketball
    : The boys’ and girls’ basketball teams fell to two talented teams this week; the boys’ fell to Tower Hill (47-37) while the girls’ lost to #8 Padua. Against the Hillers, Ryan Tattersall ’25 led all scorers with 16 points while Andrew McKenzie ’24 chipped in seven. Izzy Winchel ’26 led the girls’ basketball team with six points against the Pandas. 

    Both teams will look for win number seven on Tuesday evening. The girls’ team will host Sanford at 5:30pm while the boys’ team will travel to Sanford for a 5:30pm contest. 

    Swimming: The WFS swim team earned two big wins over Archmere Academy on Thursday afternoon; the boys’ team won 105-65, the girls’ team won 97-73. Individual winners can be found below. 

    50 and 200 free: Jalen Stewart ’24
    100 free: Andrew McKenzie ’24
    100 back: Tyler Wilmore ’24
    500 free: Conner Verbanas ’25
    100 fly: Theo Lawrence ’26

    200 & 500 free: Kylie Poole ’28
    200 free, 100 fly: Ellie Romano ’28
    200 IM: Aubrey Ashman ’26

    200 free relay: Verbanas, Wilmore, Devin Wallace ’24, and Stewart
    400 free relay: Verbanas, Wilmore, Lawrence, and Stewart
    200 free relay: Romano, Poole, Pamela Moore ’27, and Ashman
    400 free relay: Jillian Farley ’25, Kenzie Wilson ’26, Habiba Abd El Kader ’26, and Katie Bryan ’24
    200 medley relay: Poole, Ashman, Romano, and Moore

    Wrestling: It was another great weekend for Quaker wrestling as five WFS wrestlers placed amongst the top-six in their respective weight classes at the Canal Classic!
    Sloan Makoujy ’26 (138-pound weight class) led the way for WFS, winning all eight of his matches en route to a 1st place finish. John Ursomarso ’24 (165-pound weight class) placed 2nd in his weight class, going an impressive 6-2 in his eight matches. Kaeden Fleming ’24 (120-pound weight class) and Kyler Fleming ’27 (106-pound weight class) each placed 4th; Kaeden went 6-3 while Kyler won three matches. Liam Sullivan ’24 (113-pound weight class) placed 6th, going 5-3 on the weekend.
  • Week of 01/08

    Basketball: The WFS girls’ basketball team defeated Tatnall and St. Andrew’s this week. In their 45-34 win over the Hornets on Tuesday, Gianna Cottone ’26 led all scorers with 20 points. Ellie Dealy ’24 and Anna Weiner ’26 each added eight points of their own. On Thursday, the Quakers defeated St. Andrew’s by a final score of 34-27. Cottone led all scorers once again, netting a game-high 24 points on seven made field-goals. Dealy and Izzy Winchell ’26 each added five to round out the scoring for WFS.

    The WFS boys’ basketball team also defeated Tatnall and St. Andrew’s this week. In their 55-44 win over the Hornets, Ryan Tattersall ’25 scored a game-high 15 points while Joey Winchell ’25 and Steven Morris ’24 added 11 and ten points, respectively. Stone Davis ’26 and Henry Winn ’26 each added five points. On Thursday, the Quakers defeated St. Andrew’s by a final score of 53-38. Andrew McKenzie ’24 led WFS in the scoring department, netting 13 points on five made field-goals. Tattersall reached double-figures with 12 points while Morris and Jackson Vernon ’27 added eight and seven points, respectively. 

    Swimming: The WFS swim program earned two big wins over Sanford School on Thursday afternoon! The boys' team won 97-69; the girls' team won 93-72. 

    Individual winners 
    200 free & 100 breast: Tyler Wilmore ’24
    200 IM & 500 free: Conner Verbanas ’25
    100 free: Jalen Stewart ’24

    200 IM and 100 breast: Aubrey Ashman ’26
    100 fly and 100 back: Ellie Romano ’28
    100 free: Pamela Moore ’27
    200 free: Kylie Poole ’28

    Relay winners 
    200 medley relay: Verbanas, Wilmore, Theo Lawrence ’26, and Stewart
    400 free relay: Wilmore, Stewart, Verbanas, and Lawrence

    200 medley relay: Poole, Ashman, Romano, and Moore
    400 free relay: Ashman, Romano, Moore, and Poole

    Track & Field: The WFS indoor track & field team traveled to Tower Hill School on Friday afternoon to compete in the Tower Hill Invitational.
     
    Girls’ track & field results: Cereniti Johnson ’26 put together two excellent performances, placing 5th in both the 55 meter (59 competitors) and 400 meter (47 competitors) dashes. Brina Abere ’25 placed 2nd overall in the high jump while Sawyer Rowland ’25 placed 6th in the 400. 

    Boys’ track & field results: Zae Turman ’24 turned in two 2nd place finishes, earning silver in the triple and long jump events. Chris Princilus ’24 earned bronze in the long jump. In the 400 meter dash (38 competitors), Mitchell Brenner ’24 and Hayden Land ’24 placed 4th and 5th overall, respectively. Declan Grubb ’24 finished two spots behind Land, good enough for 7th place. Competing against 44 runners in the 200 meter dash, Grubb earned a 7th place finish as well.  

    Wrestling: The WFS wrestling team hosted the second annual Quaker Duals on Saturday. Competing against eight teams from across the State of Delaware, the Quakers came in 4th place. 
    Kyler Fleming ’27 was perfect on the day, winning all five of his matches. Kaeden Fleming ’24, Liam Sullivan ’24, Sloan Makoujy ’26 and Brayden McLaughlin ’28 each won four matches while Ethan Weiner ’24 won three.
     

  • Week of 01/01

    Basketball: Saturday was a great day for both WFS basketball programs as the boys and girls teams won the Quaker Classic! 

    Girls recap: Down 13-7 after the first quarter on Saturday, the WFS girls' basketball team rallied and outscored Seaford HS 50-36 over the next three quarters to defeat the Blue Jays 57-49 and win the Quaker Classic! Izzy Winchell ’26 scored a team-high 19 points for WFS, sinking five three-point field goals. Gianna Cottone ’26 added 16 points while Anna Weiner ’26 netted a career-high ten points. Ryan Weigand ’26, after scoring 18 points against Red Lion on Friday evening, scored seven points and led the Quakers in assists. 

    The Quakers, sporting an overall record of 4-1, will look for win number five on Tuesday evening when they host Tatnall School at 4:30pm in the West Gym.  

    Boys recap: The boys' basketball team improved their overall record to 4-2 on Saturday afternoon, defeating the Glasgow Dragons 43-36 and winning the Quaker Classic! Joey Winchell ’25 scored a game-high 15 points to lead the WFS offense; Winchell made five field goals (one from deep) and went 4/5 from the foul line. After scoring a game-high 16 points on Thursday evening, Ryan Tattersall ’25 added 14 points and grabbed countless rebounds for WFS on the defensive end. Steven Morris ’24 added seven points. 

    Swimming: The WFS swim program continued its strong start to the 2023-24 season on Thursday afternoon; the boys defeated MOT Charter, 110-43 while the girls defeated MOT Charter, 104-50!

    Boys results
    500 free & 100 breast: Jalen Stewart ’24
    200 free: Cael McDonnell ’28
    200 IM: Harrison Burns ’24 
    50 free: Devin Wallace ’24
    100 fly: Theo Lawrence ’26
    100 free: Tauson Biggs ’24
    100 back: Gavin Jefferson ’26
    200 medley relay: Lorne McDonnell ’25, Jefferson, Biggs, Mason Montejo ’26
    200 free relay: Jefferson, Lawrence, Wallace, Stewart
    400 free: Wallace, Burns, Lawrence, Stewart 

    Girls Results
    100 fly & 100 breast: Aubrey Ashman ’26
    200 free & 100 back: Kylie Poole ’28
    200 IM & 500 free: Ellie Romano ’28 
    200 medley relay: Poole, Romano, Ashman, and Pamela Moore ’27
    200 free relay: Jillian Farley ’25, Kenzie Wilson ’26, Olivia Agne ’27, Katie Bryan ’24
    400 free relay: Poole, Ashman, Moore, and Romano

    Wrestling: The WFS wrestling team traveled to Delcastle Technical High School this weekend to compete amongst 25 programs in the Delcastle Invitational. Liam Sullivan ’24 (113-pound weight class) and Sloan Makoujy ’26 (138-pound weight class) each placed 4th in their respective weight classes; Sullivan went 4-2 while Makoujy went 3-2. 
    The Quakers are back in action on Wednesday afternoon when they host Tower Hill School at 4pm in the West Gym – Go Blue!
  • Week of 12/04

    Basketball: The WFS boys’ and girls’ basketball teams are both off to hot starts this season! The boys’ are 2-0 after defeating Odyssey Charter and First State Military by a combined score of 103-62 while the girls’ defeated Charter School of Wilmington on Thursday, 57-23. 

    In their win against Odyssey Charter, Ryan Tattersall ’25 led all scorers with 22 points. Andrew McKenzie ’24 scored eight points while Avery Gaines ’24 and Joey Winchell ’25 each added six. Against First State Military Academy, Tattersall netted a game-high 13 points and Winchell scored 12 points. Josh Ballou ’24 added seven. 

    In their season-opening victory over the Force on Thursday, Gianna Cottone ’26 scored a game-high 34 points. Cottone made 16 field goals and was 5/6 from the FT line. Izzy Winchell ’26 added nine points on three shots from beyond the arc while Ryan Weigand ’26 added seven.

    Swimming: The WFS girls’ swim team is off to a hot start this season; they defeated St. Andrew’s on Tuesday afternoon (107-60) and Conrad on Thursday (105-70). 

    Winners vs. St. Andrew’s 
    200 & 500 free: Kylie Poole ’28
    200 IM, 100 breast: Aubrey Ashman ’26
    100 fly, 100 back: Ellie Romano ’28
    100 free: Pamela Moore ’27
    200 medley relay: Poole, Ashman, Romano, Moore
    400 free relay: Ashman, Romano, Moore, and Poole

    Winners vs. Conrad 
    100 & 200 free: Pamela Moore ’27
    200 IM & 500 free: Kylie Poole ’28
    100 back: Ellie Romano ’28
    100 breast: Rose Mulveny ’26
    200 medley relay: Poole, Mulveny, Romano, and Moore 
    400 free relay: Romano, Kenzie Wilson ’26, Moore, and Poole 

    The WFS boys’ swim team fell to St. Andrew’s on Tuesday (90-80) and defeated Conrad on Thursday (110-50). 

    Winners vs. St. Andrew’s 
    200 free & 100 fly: Conner Verbanas ’25
    200 IM & 100 breast: Tyler Wilmore ’24
    100 free & 100 back: Jalen Stewart ’24
    200 free relay: Verbanas, Wallace ’24, Wilmore, Stewart
    400 free relay: Verbanas, Wilmore, Wallace, Stewart

    Winners vs. Conrad 
    200 free & 100 back: Tyler Wilmore ’24
    200 IM & 100 free: Jalen Stewart ’24
    500 free: Conner Verbanas ’25
    100 breast: Harrison Burns ’24
    200 free relay: Stewart, Verbanas, Devin Wallace ’24, and Wilmore 
    400 free relay: Wilmore, Verbanas, Wallace, and Stewart

    Track & Field: The WFS track & field team traveled to Tower Hill yesterday to compete in the Tower Hill Invitational. It was quite the performance for the Quakers; over 20 personal records were set and Cereniti Johnson ’26 set the school record in the 400. Zae Turman ’24 won the triple jump while Brian Gainer ’24 (200) and Johnson (400) placed 2nd in their respective events. More results below.

    Brian Gainer ’24: 10th in the 55
    Declain Grubb ’24: 10th in the 200
    Hayden Land ’24: 4th in the 200, 8th in the 400
    LT Alleyne ’26: 3rd in the long jump, 5th in the 200, and 6th in the 55
    Johnson: 3rd in the 55
    4x200 (Grubb, Land, Princilus, and Gainer): 3rd overall

    Wrestling: Last week, the WFS wrestling team earned their first win of the 2023-24 season by defeating Tatnall, 47-21. On the mat victories were led by Liam Sullivan ’24 (113), Ani Seidl ’26 (120), and Ethan Weiner ’24 (126). Next weekend (12/15 and 12/16), the Quakers will travel to William Penn HS to compete in the Howdy Duncan Invitational. 
  • All-DISC & All-State Athletes

    Field Hockey
    1st Team All-State: Sawyer Rowland ’25 and Ella Fontanazza ’26
    1st Team All-DISC: Joey Mayer ’24, Sawyer Rowland ’25, Molly Dolan ’26, and Ella Fontanazza ’26
    2nd Team All-DISC: Ella Morton ’25, Sara Clothier ’26, and Lila Rubano ’26
    Honorable Mention All-DISC: Gianna Cottone ’26 and Cora Lohkamp ’26
    Blue & Gold Senior Match: Joey Mayer ’24

    Football
    2nd Team All-State Offense: Andrew McKenzie ’24
    2nd Team All-State Defense: Tyler Maheshwari ’24 (LB), Andrew McKenzie ’24 (DB), and Ryan Tattersall ’25 (DB)
    2nd Team All-State Special Teams: Andrew McKenzie ’24 (RET) and Kato Connor ’25 (K)

    1st Team Offense: Andrew McKenzie ’24 (RB)
    1st Team Defense: Tyler Maheshwari ’24 (LB), Andrew McKenzie ’24 (DB), and Ryan Tattersall ’25 (DB)
    1st Team Special Teams: Andrew McKenzie ’24 (RET) and Kato Connor ’25 (K)

    2nd Team Offense: Avery Gaines ’24 (TE), Jason Hughes ’24 (WR), Andrew Huneycutt ’24 (OL), Myles Johnson ’24 (OL), and Ryan Tattersall ’25 (QB)
    2nd Team Defense: Avery Gaines ’24 (LB), Hayden Morrison ’25 (DE), and Antonios Tangalidis ’25 (DT)

    Honorable Mention Offense: Jaxon Black ’24 (WR)
    Honorable Mention Defense: Steven Morris ’24 (DB)

    Soccer
    1st Team All-State: Kato Connor ’25 (Top XI) and Robbie Lohkamp ’24
    2nd Team All-State: Kevin Dolan ’24
    1st Team All-DISC: Kevin Dolan ’24, Quinn Green ’24, Robbie Lohkamp ’24, Daniel Selekman ’24, and Kato Connor ’25
    2nd Team All-DISC: Zac Antao ’24, Kaeden Fleming ’24, and Connor Terribile ’25
    Honorable Mention All-DISC: George Rossi ’24 and Nate Bell ’26

    Volleyball
    3rd Team All-State & 1st Team All-DISC: Ellie Dealy ’24
    2nd Team All-DISC: Scarlett Burleigh ’25 and Pamela Moore ’27
    Honorable Mention All-DISC: Violet Perloff ’24 and Temi Lufadeju ’25
  • Week of 11/6

    Cross Country: The WFS girls’ XC team placed 8th overall at the 2023 DIAA Division II State Championship on Saturday afternoon! Aubrey Ashman ’26, Zoë Mooney-Doyle ’27, and Layli Katirai ’26 were the top three finishers for WFS and all placed within the top 32; Ashman came in 26th, Mooney-Doyle came in 27th, and Katirai came in 32nd. Ava Rubano ’24 and Bella Davis ’27 rounded out the top-five for WFS. 

    The WFS boys’ XC team placed 14th overall at the 2023 DIAA Division II State Championship on Saturday afternoon. Carter Fenimore ’25 was the first WFS runner to cross the finish line, placing 47th overall out of 181 runners. Ian McQuillan ‘26, Jack McKelvey ’26, Harrison Burns ’24, and Liam Sullivan ’24 rounded out the top-five for WFS. Great work!

    Field Hockey: The Quakers magical run came to an end on Wednesday as they fell to #1 Newark Charter in the State Semifinals, 1-0. They finish their 2023 campaign with an impressive overall record of 14-4.
    To the Class of 2024, thank you for your dedication, leadership, and leaving the program better than you found it. We’ll certainly miss watching you compete. So proud of this group.

    Football: The #4 ranked Quakers four-game win streak came to an end on Saturday afternoon as they fell to the #2 ranked Archmere Auks.

    Ryan Tattersall ’25 threw for a game-high 119 yards and one score, connecting with Avery Gaines ’24 for a 19-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter. Andrew McKenzie ’24 accounted for 132 total yards, rushing for a team-high 83 yards and throwing for another 39. McKenzie also scored the first touchdown of the game for WFS on a four-yard run. Jason Hughes ’24 had three receptions for a team-high 58 yards while Gaines added three catches for 51 yards.

    Tyler Maheshwari ’24 was all over the field from his linebacker spot, posting a game-high 16 tackles. Antonios Tangalidis ’25 added nine tackles while McKenzie recorded an interception.

    The Quakers, who finished their regular season campaign with an impressive overall record of 8-2, will compete in the Class 2A State Tournament beginning on November 18. We will provide more information once the brackets are released — Go Blue!

    Soccer: For the first time since 2019, the WFS boys’ soccer team is headed to the DIAA Division II State Semifinals!

    The #2 Quakers defeated #7 Conrad on Saturday, 4-1! Just four minutes into the contest, Ujay Bhuva ‘25 got the Quakers on the board after he scored off of an assist from Robbie Lohkamp ’24. Lohkamp would hand out two more assists in the first half for WFS, finding Connor Terribile ’25 in the tenth minute and Zac Antao ’24 in the 32nd. Antao would score the fourth and final Quaker goal in the 68th minute, scoring off of an assist from Kato Connor ’25. Daniel Selekman ’24 recorded a game-high five saves.

    The Quakers will play the winner of St. Mark’s vs Caravel on Wednesday, November 15 at Abessinio Stadium. The game is scheduled to begin at 6:30pm.
  • Week of 10/30

    Cross Country: It was a great day for both XC programs at the 2023 New Castle County Championships. On the girls side, 13 members of the team either set a lifetime personal record or a course personal record. Aubrey Ashman ’26 finished first for WFS, placing 27th overall out of 162 runners. Zoë Mooney-Doyle '27 finished two seconds behind Ashman, good enough for 27th. Layli Katirai ’26 rounded out the top-three for WFS, placing 34th. As a team, the girls placed 8th overall!

    On the boys side, five members set lifetime personal records and three set course personal records. Carter Fenimore ’25 was the first to finish for WFS, followed by Harrison Burns ’24 and Ian McQuillan ’26.

    Field Hockey: For the second consecutive year, WFS field hockey is headed to the State Semifinals! The #5 Quakers will travel to Rullo Stadium (University of Delaware) on Wednesday, November 8 to take on #1 Newark Charter. This Semifinal matchup is scheduled to begin at 6:00 p.m. 

    Quarterfinal recap vs. St. Mark’s: #5 WFS defeated #4 St. Mark’s 1-0 on Saturday afternoon in the Quarterfinals of the Division II DIAA State Tournament! Cora Lohkamp ‘26 netted the lone goal of the contest on a penalty corner, scoring off of an assist from Sara Clothier ‘26. Ella Morton ‘25 and the entire Quaker defense was phenomenal all afternoon, posting their 10th shutout of the season. Morton recorded a game-high six saves.

    1st round recap vs. Tatnall: Tied 1-1 entering the 4th quarter on Wednesday afternoon, Sara Clothier ’26 scored the game-winning goal for the Quakers off of an assist from Ella Fontanazza ’26 with 13:30 remaining! The Quakers defense held strong for the final stretch, limiting the Hornets scoring opportunities en route to their one-goal victory. Fontanazza also assisted on the first goal of the contest in the third quarter, finding Molly Dolan ’26. Ella Morton ’25 continued her excellent play in goal, recording two saves and surviving five Tatnall penalty corners.

    Football: WFS defeated Tower Hill on Saturday, 35-0. Ryan Tattersall ‘25 led the WFS offensive attack, rushing for 102 yards and throwing for another 91. Tattersall accounted for four out of the five WFS touchdowns (two passing, two rushing). Jaxon Black ‘24 led the Quakers with 44 receiving yards and two touchdown receptions. Andrew McKenzie ‘24 accounted for 99 total yards and scored on a 16-yard run.

    Tyler Maheshwari ‘24 led WFS on defense, posting ten tackles and one sack. Hayden Morrison ‘25 added seven tackles while Brandon Jones ‘25 recorded a sack. Kato Connor ‘25 connected on all five extra-points.

    Volleyball: On Thursday, WFS volleyball defeated #16 Sussex Academy in the 1st round of the DIAA State Tournament, 3-1! Ellie Dealy ’24 led the way for WFS, recording a triple-double; Dealy served up a school-record 14 aces, put away a team-high 14 kills, and recorded 11 digs.

    Pamela Moore ’27 posted a double-double for the Quakers, dishing out 29 assists and adding 12 digs. Scarlett Burleigh ’25 reached double-figures in kills with 11 while Violet Perloff ’24 added eight of her own. Temi Lufadeju ’25 recorded a team-high 15 digs.

    On Saturday, the WFS volleyball team fell to #1 St. Mark’s in the second round of the DIAA State Tournament, 3-0. They finish their 2023 campaign with an overall record of 10-6. To the Class of 2024, thank you for your dedication and leadership over the last four years — we’ll certainly miss watching you compete in the West Gym.
  • Week of 10/23

    Cross Country: The Quaker XC team traveled to Tatnall on Friday afternoon to compete in the DISC Championship! Zoë Mooney-Doyle '27, Aubrey Ashman ’26, Layli Katirai ’26, and  Bella Davis ’27 all finished in the top-20 on the girls side; Mooney-Doyle placed 16th, Ashman placed 17th, Katirai placed 18th, and Davis placed 19th. For the boys, Carter Fenimore ‘25 was the first WFS runner to cross the finish line as he came in 22nd place. Jack McKelvey ’26 and Harrison Burns ’24 cracked the top-30 as well; McKelvey finished 26th overall while Burns placed 27th.

    The Quakers will travel to Winterthur next Saturday to compete in the New Castle County Championships — Go Blue!

    Field Hockey: Quaker field hockey went 1-0 this week, defeating Sanford 6-1! Molly Dolan ’26 led the Quakers offensive attack, scoring two goals and dishing out one assist. Sawyer Rowland ’25 and Ella Fontanazza ’26 each scored one goal and one assist while Grace Terrell ’24 and Lila Rubano ’26 scored one goal apiece. Sara Clothier ’26 added an assist. Ella Morton ’25 recorded seven saves.

    The Quakers, winners of their last three contests, have an overall record of 11-3. Good luck to the entire squad as they finish up their regular season on Monday when they travel to Brandywine HS for a 3:30pm game. After their matchup against the Bulldogs, the Quakers will await their seeding in the DIAA State Tournament — Go Blue!

    Football: WFS football won their third straight game on Saturday afternoon, defeating Mount Pleasant 37-14! Andrew McKenzie did a little bit of everything for the Quakers on both sides of the ball; McKenzie accounted for 191 total yards of offense and three touchdowns while also recording seven tackles and an interception on defense. Ryan Tattersall ’25 continued to impress in the pocket, passing for 126 yards and two scores (he also added 62 yards on the ground). Jason Hughes ’24 caught four passes for 87 yards and a score as well.

    On defense, Tyler Maheshwari ’24 continued to lead the way as he posted 12 tackles and recovered a fumble. Hayden Morrison ’25 was in the Green Knights backfield all afternoon, posting eight tackles and a QB sack. Cooper Strauss ’26 posted a career-high eight tackles and recovered a fumble. Kato Connor ’25 connected on all of his FG and XP attempts for 13 points (3/3 FG, 4/4 XP); his long FG attempt was a 34-yard strike.

    Soccer: WFS soccer took care of business on Thursday afternoon, defeating Sanford 4-1! Kaeden Fleming ‘24, Connor Terribile ‘25, and Andres Quesada ‘27 all scored goals while Robbie Lohkamp ‘24, Kato Connor ‘25, and Ujay Bhuva ‘25 all dished out assists.

    The Quakers, winners of their last five contests, are currently ranked #3 in Division II and have an overall record of 11-2-1. Good luck to the entire squad as they finish up the regular season with a big conference matchup at St. Andrew’s (10/31, 4:00pm) before they await their seeding in the DIAA State Tournament. Go Blue!

    Volleyball: WFS volleyball went 1-2 this week, ending their regular season with an impressive 9-5 record. In their 3-0 victory over St. Andrew’s on Monday evening, Ellie Dealy ’24 posted a double-double with 11 digs and 11 kills. Pamela Moore dished out a game-high 28 assists while Scarlett Burleigh ’25 added another 11 kills. Leyla Medford ’26 served up a team-high four aces.
  • Homecoming 2023!

    It was an incredible Homecoming Weekend for WFS athletes as 14 members of the XC team set personal records at the Joe O’Neill Invitational on Thursday afternoon while volleyball, field hockey, soccer, and football all won exciting contests on Friday and Saturday! 

    Cross Country: The Quaker XC team traveled to Bellevue State Park on Thursday afternoon to compete in the Joe O’Neill Invitational. It was an impressive day for many WFS runners as 14 members of the team set lifetime personal records while eight set course personal records!
    Competing against 29 teams, the girls finished in 12th! Zoë Mooney-Doyle '27 was the first WFS runner to cross the finish line, placing 40th overall (out of 219 runners). Layli Katirai ’26 and Aubrey Ashman ’26 rounded out the top 3 for WFS; Katirai placed 53rd and Ashman placed 55th.

    The boys performed well too, placing 17th out of 38 teams! Jack McKelvey ’26, Ian McQuillan ’26, and Carter Fenimore ’25 were the top three finishers for the boys.

    Volleyball: The WFS volleyball team improved to 8-3 on Friday evening with a 3-0 victory over St. Elizabeth HS. Ellie Dealy ’24 put away a team-high 11 kills and served up four aces while Scarlett Burleigh ’25 added eight kills of her own. Temi Lufadeju ’25 recorded a team-high 11 digs and Pamela Moore ’27 dished out a team-high 27 assists.

    Field Hockey: The WFS field hockey team earned their 10th win on Saturday morning, defeating William Penn HS 9-0! Grace Terrell ’24, Sawyer Rowland ’25, and Molly Dolan ’26 each scored two goals while Joey Mayer ’24, Sara Clothier ’26, and Lila Rubano ’26 added one apiece. Dolan dished out a team-high three assists; Clothier, Rowland, and Rubano all dished out one. Goalkeepers Ella Morton ’25 (two saves) and Anna Weiner ’26 combined to pitch the Quakers 8th shutout of the season.

    Soccer: The WFS soccer team defeated #2 Caravel Academy on Saturday afternoon 2-0! Zac Antao ‘24 and Robbie Lohkamp ‘24 each netted goals while Kato Connor ‘25 dished out one assist. Daniel Selekman ‘24 and Ethan Lukach ‘26 pitched a shutout; Selekman recorded four saves while Lukach added two.

    Football: The WFS football team defeated Woodbridge yesterday, 28-12! Ryan Tattersall ’25 accounted for 125 total yards, throwing two touchdown passes and running for a third. Tattersall threw touchdown passes to Avery Gaines ’24 and Jason Hughes ’24; Gaines had one catch for 23 yards and added four tackles on defense while Hughes led the Quakers with 38 receiving yards on two catches. Andrew McKenzie ’24 continued to lead the Quakers on the ground, running for 116 yards and one score on 20 carries. McKenzie also added eight tackles on defense and recovered a fumble.

    After surrendering 12 points in the first half, the Quakers defense pitched a shutout in the second half. Tyler Maheshwari ’24 was all over the field, recording a game-high 15 tackles. Antonios Tangalidis ’25 and Stone Davis ’26 were incredible up front for the Blue and White as they each posted nine tackles, many of which were either at or behind the line of scrimmage. Hayden Morrison ’25 pitched in another eight tackles while Tattersall made an over-the-shoulder interception to seal the contest. Kato Connor ’25 connected on all of his XP attempts (4/4).
  • Week of 10/09

    Cross Country: In preparation for the Joe O'Neill Invitational next Thursday at Bellevue State Park, the WFS XC team traveled down to St. Andrew's School for a dual meet with a DISC opponent on Wednesday.
    We are so excited to watch this group compete on Thursday — Go Blue!

    Field Hockey: The WFS field hockey team went 2-1 this week, improving their overall record to 8-3.

    In their 5-0 victory over Concord, Ella Fontanazza ’26 led the Quakers with two goals while Joey Mayer ’24, Molly Dolan ’26, and Cora Lohkamp ’26 each added one. Sawyer Rowland ’25 and Sara Clothier ’26 each handed out a team-high two assists while Gianna Cottone ’26 dished out one. Ella Morton ’25 recorded one save and pitched her sixth shutout of the season.

    Against Tatnall, the Quakers defeated the Hornets 2-0. Dolan and Fontanazza led the Quakers offensive attack; Dolan scored the first and third goals for WFS while Fontanazza scored the second goal off of an assist from Joey Mayer. Fontanazza also assisted on Dolan’s second goal of the contest in the 3rd quarter. Ella Morton ’25 posted three saves as the WFS defense survived ten penalty corners from the Hornets.

    On Saturday, the Quakers eight-game win-streak came to an end as they fell to Tower Hill 2-0. Morton recorded four saves. The Quakers will look for win number nine on Wednesday afternoon when they travel to Serviam Field to take on Ursuline. The game is scheduled to begin at 3:45pm — Go Blue!

    Football: WFS improved their overall record to 5-1 on Friday evening, defeating Odessa HS 42-7.

    Ryan Tattersall ’25 completed 14 passes for 200 yards and threw three touchdown passes to three different receivers. Jason Hughes ’24 led all Quakers with six catches for 103 yards and one touchdown. Jaxon Black ’24 added three catches for 59 yards and one score while Avery Gaines ’24 scored on a ten-yard touchdown reception. Andrew McKenzie ’24 scored three times; Mckenzie ran for two scores on the ground and returned a punt for a score as well (65 yards).

    Tyler Maheshwari ’24 led the Quakers with eight tackles while Myles Johnson ’24 added seven.

    Soccer: The WFS soccer team went 2-1 this week, improving their record to 8-2-1 and remaining unbeaten in conference play. On Tuesday, the Quakers fell to #2 Charter School of Wilmington 4-1. Connor Terribile ‘25 scored the lone goal off of an assist from Andres Quesada ’27.

    Down 1-0 in the 73rd minute against Tatnall, Robbie Lohkamp ’24 scored a beautiful goal from way downtown off of an assist from Quesada. Quesada would hand out another dime in the 91st minute to Kato Connor ’25, securing the Quakers 7th win of the season (and 6th win in DISC play).

    On Saturday, WFS defeated Tower Hill 3-0! Connor netted the first two goals for WFS while Terribile scored the final goal off of a beautiful assist from Zac Antao ‘24. Terribile also assisted on Connor's second goal.

    Volleyball: WFS volleyball won their third straight match on Tuesday, defeating Tatnall 3-1! Ellie Dealy ’24 was sensational in every facet of the game for the Quakers, putting away 24 kills, recording 11 digs, and serving up seven aces. Temi Lufadeju ’25 led the Quakers with 18 digs while Pamela Moore ’27 dished out 35 assists. Scarlett Burleigh ’25 added eight kills and Piper Kendle ’25 served up five aces.
  • Week of 10/02

    Cross Country: The WFS XC squad traveled to Banning Park on Wednesday afternoon to compete against Caravel Academy, Conrad School, and Wilmington Christian. The girls’ defeated all three opponents as Zoë Mooney-Doyle ’27, Layli Katirai ’26, and Aubrey Ashman ’26 finished 2nd, 3rd, and 4th overall, respectively. Bella Davis ’27 was the fourth Quaker to crack the top ten, placing 7th.

    Led by Carter Fenimore’s ’25 6th place finish, the boys’ defeated Caravel and narrowly fell to Conrad and Wilmington Christian. Jack McKelvey ’26 came in five seconds after Fenimore, placing 8th overall.
    Furthermore, 11 WFS runners set personal records for the Banning Park course.

    Field Hockey: The WFS field hockey extended their winning streak to six games, defeating Sanford (2-0) and St. Andrew’s (2-0). In their victory over the Warriors on Tuesday, lla Fontanazza ’26 and Lila Rubano ’26 each scored one goal apiece while Sawyer Rowland ’25 and Molly Dolan ’26 handed out assists. Ella Morton ’25 pitched her fourth shutout in seven contests, making five saves on the afternoon.

    On Thursday against St. Andrew’s, Rowland and Dolan each scored goals to lead the WFS offensive attack. Rowland and Rubano also added assists while the Quaker defense posted their fifth shutout in eight contests.

    Football: The #2 ranked Quakers 17-game win streak came to an end on Saturday afternoon as they fell to the #4 ranked Howard Wildcats. Andrew McKenzie ’24 passed for 92 yards, ran for 139 yards, and accounted for all three touchdowns (two passing, one rushing). Jason Hughes ’24 had three receptions for 92 yards and one score while Avery Gaines hauled in a 27-yard pass for a score as well. Kato Connor ’25 connected on all three XPs.

    Myles Johnson ’24 and Tyler Maheshwari ’24 each recorded nine tackles from their linebacker position while Brandon Jones ’25 added seven tackles and one sack. Stone Davis ’26 took down a career-high seven Wildcats too.

    The Quakers, now 4-1, will look for win number five next Friday when they travel to Odessa HS for a 7:30pm contest against the Ducks.

    Soccer: The boys soccer team improved their record to 6-1-1 this week, defeating Sanford (4-0) and St. Andrew’s (3-0). Against the Warriors from Sanford, Robbie Lohkamp ’24, Kato Connor ’25, Jack Heckles ’25, and Andres Quesada ’27 all scored one goal apiece. George Rossi ’24 and Connor each handed out one helper. The Quaker defense was phenomenal, only allowing Sanford to fire one shot on goal.

    In their victory over St. Andrew’s, Connor Terribile ’25 netted two goals to lead the Quakers on offense while Lohkamp added one goal. Lohkamp, Aidan Patterson ’24, and Connor all handed out one assist. Daniel Selekman ’24 (eight saves) and Ethan Lukach ’26 (one save) were solid in goal and helped the Quakers defense pitch their fifth shutout.

    Volleyball: The WFS volleyball team improved their record to 6-2 this week, defeating Sanford (3-0) and St. Andrew’s (3-0). Against Sanford, Pamela Moore ’27 handed out a team-high 30 assists while Ellie Dealy ’24 put away a team-high 11 kills and added seven digs. Scarlett Burleigh ‘25 finished second on the team with eight digs and Ava Tabron ’24 added five of her own. Temi Lufadeju ’25 led all Quakers with nine digs. Sofia Gasta-Dominguez ’26 and Lufadeju each served up a team-high four aces as well.

    In their win against the Saints from St. Andrew’s, Dealy put away a match-high 15 kills and served up five aces. Violet Perloff ’24 and Burleigh added five kills apiece while Piper Kendle ’25 led the team with six aces. Moore dished out a team-high 28 assists and Tabron  added a team-high four blocks.
  • Week of 09/25

    Cross Country: The WFS XC team traveled to Brandywine Creek State Park to compete in the Salesianum Invitational on Saturday.

    It was an incredible day for WFS runners as three team members set season personal records while 16 team members set course personal records. In the Varsity Girls B race, Zoë Mooney-Doyle ’27 and Layli Katirai ’26 medaled as Mooney-Doyle placed 8th overall while Katirai finished 20th. Aubrey Ashman ’26 had an excellent race as well, finishing one second behind Katirai for 21st place. As a team, the girls placed 4th out of 29 teams with 133 points.

    Football: WFS football improved to 4-0 this weekend, defeating Brandywine HS 38-35 in two overtimes. Andrew McKenzie ’24 led the Quakers on offense as he pass for 159 yards and three touchdowns, ran for 108 yards and one touchdown, and took a kickoff return back 90 yards for a score. Jason Hughes ’24 led WFS in the receiving department, hauling in six passes for 90 yards and one score. Hughes also was instrumental on defense as he intercepted two passes, the latter one being the game-winning interception. Jaxon Black ’24 and Eamonn Grubb ’25 also caught touchdown passes from McKenzie.

    Kato Connor ’25 was excellent on the afternoon, drilling all five XP attempts and connecting on a 27-yard field goal to put the quakers up for good. Tyler Maheswari ’24 led the Quakers with 11 tackles on defense while Myles Johnson ’24 and Antonios Tangalidis added nine and eight, respectively.

    For a play by play recap, go to our Twitter/X account at: @WilmFriends.

    Field Hockey
    : The WFS field hockey team went 3-0 this week, defeating St. Andrew’s, Tower Hill, and Archmere by a combined score of 7-1. In their 4-1 victory over St. Andrew’s, Sawyer Rowland ’25, Molly Dolan ’26, Ella Fontanazza ’26, and Cora Lohkamp ’26 all netted on goal each. Rowland, Lohkamp, and Cecelia DiPrinzio ’27 added assists. In their 2-0 victory over Tower Hill, Fontanazza and Lila Rubano ’26 registered goals for WFS while Rowland and Dolan handed out helpers. Lastly, in their 1-0 win over Archmere, Dolan scored the lone goal off of an assist from DiPrinzio. Ella Morton ‘25 was fantastic in goal, posting seven saves against the Auks.

    The Quakers, winners of four games in a row, are now 4-2 and have posted three shutouts in six contests.

    Soccer: The boys soccer team improved to 4-1-1 this week, defeating Tower Hill 1-0. Kato Connor ‘25 scored the lone goal off of an assist from Nico Froio ‘26. Ethan Lukach ‘26 recorded four saves.

    Volleyball: The WFS volleyball team went 1-1 this week, defeating Concord (3-1) and falling to #5 Tower Hill (3-0). Ellie Dealy led the way for WFS in their win over the Raiders, posting a triple-double with 17 kills, ten aces, and ten digs. Scarlett Burleigh ’25 was second on the team with 13 kills while Violet Perloff ’24 added nine kills and four blocks. Temi Lufadeju ’25 recorded a team-high 17 digs and Pamela Moore ’27 handed out 40 assists.
  • Week of 09/18


    Cross Country
    : On Tuesday afternoon, the WFS XC team traveled to Bellevue State Park to compete in a Tri-Meet against Archmere Academy and Caravel Academy. Zoë Mooney-Doyle ’27 recorded a top-ten finish for the girls, placing 8th overall. Layli Katirai ’26 and Aubrey Ashman ’26 were right behind her, finishing in 11th and 12th place, respectively. Carter Fenimore ’25 was the first WFS boy to finish, placing 6th overall. Jack McKelvey ’26 also cracked the top-ten for WFS, finishing 9th overall.

    The Quakers will be back in action on September 30 when they travel to Brandywine Creek State Park to compete in the Salesianum Invitational.

    Field Hockey: The Quaker field hockey team won their first contest of the 2023 season on Thursday afternoon as they defeated Wilmington Christian, 4-0. Sawyer Rowland ‘25, Sara Clothier ‘26, Molly Dolan ‘26, and Ella Fontanazza ‘26 all scored one goal apiece. Joey Mayer ‘24 handed out a team-high two assists while Grace Terrell ‘24 and Rowland each recorded one.

    With the win, Head Coach Scott Clothier earned his 100th career win.

    Football: The varsity football team defeated Delmar on Saturday afternoon, 24-0! Andrew McKenzie did it all for the Quakers on offense, rushing for 208 yards and throwing for another 91 yards. McKenzie threw for two scores and ran for another. Avery Gaines ’24 and Jason Hughes ’24 each had touchdown receptions for WFS. Gaines also recovered a fumble.

    Tyler Maheshwari ’24 led the WFS defense with nine takedowns and recovered one fumble. Antonios Tangalidis ’25 recorded seven tackles (and one fumble recovery) while Myles Johnson ’24 added six tackles. Kato Connor ’25 connected on all three extra-points and buried a 30-yard field goal.

    Soccer: Varsity soccer went 1-1-1 this week as they defeated Wilmington Christian, played to a draw against Friends Central, and fell to a talented Delcastle HS team. In their 6-1 victory of Wilmington Christian, Zac Antao ‘24 scored two goals while Robbie Lohkamp ‘24, George Rossi ‘24, Connor Terribile ‘25, and Jack Heckles ‘25 each scored one. Kevin Dolan ‘24, Kato Connor ‘25, and Andres Quesada ‘27 all handed out assists. In their 3-2 loss to the Cougars of Delcastle, Connor netted two goals off of assists from Antao and Lohkamp.

    Volleyball: Quaker volleyball improved to 3-1 this week, defeating Brandywine HS and Wilmington Christian! In their 3-0 win over the Bulldogs from Brandywine, Scarlett Burleigh ’25 registered a team-high 12 kills while Ellie Dealy ’24 added nine kills and served up four aces. Temi Lufadeju ’25 filled up the stat sheet with five aces, seven digs, four assists, and three blocks. Pamela Moore ’27 dished out a team-high 23 assists.

    After falling down 2-1 to the Warriors of Wilmington Christian, Quaker volleyball battled back and won the final two sets to secure the comeback victory on Thursday evening. Burleigh put away a team-high 18 kills to lead the offensive attack. Dealy finished  second on the team with 16 kills while Violet Perloff ’24 added eight of her own. Lufadeju was all over the court for WFS, recording a match-high 34 digs. Moore dished out a match-high 38 assists; Ava Tabron ’24 was instrumental for the Quakers on defense as she recorded a match-high five blocks.
  • Week of 09/11

    Field Hockey: WFS, ranked #4 amongst Division II schools across the State, had two games this week against #1 Delmar and #3 Tatnall. In their matchup against the Wildcats of Delmar on Tuesday, Ella Morton ’25 was phenomenal in goal as she recorded a game-high 26 saves. In their 2-1 loss to Tatnall on Thursday, Lila Rubano ’26 scored the lone goal for WFS in the first quarter.

    They'll look for their first win on Thursday afternoon when they host Wilmington Christian at 4pm.

    Football: WFS defeated Dickinson on Thursday evening, 48-6! Jason Hughes ’24 led the way for WFS, accounting for 146 total yards and scoring four touchdowns. Ryan Tattersall ’25 accounted for four touchdowns, throwing three touchdowns to Hughes and running one in by himself.

    Tyler Maheshwari ’24 led the Quakers on defense with seven tackles; Avery Gaines ’24 and Brandon Jones ’25 each recorded sacks. Myles Johnson ’24 and Andrew McKenzie ’24 each returned interceptions for touchdowns.

    Soccer: WFS improved to 2-0 on Thursday, defeating Tatnall 4-1. Kato Connor ‘25 scored two goals while Zac Antao ‘24 and Collier Zug ‘24 each netted one. Robbie Lohkamp ‘24 added an assist and Daniel Selekman ‘24 recorded five saves.

    Volleyball: Quaker volleyball went 1-1 this week, defeating Tatnall and losing to St. Georges Tech HS. In their 3-0 victory over Tatnall, Ellie Dealy ‘24 did a little bit of everything for the Quakers as she recorded a team-high 13 kills and 11 digs. Pamela Moore ‘27 handed out a team-high 21 assists and served up four aces while Temi Lufadeju ‘25 recorded eight digs and five kills.

    Against the Hawks of St. Georges, Dealy recorded a team-high 11 kills while Scarlett Burleigh ’25 added nine of her own. Lufadeju put away four kills and added a team-high six digs. Moore handed out a team-high 23 assists.
  • Week of 09/04

    Cross Country: The boys and girls XC teams traveled to Unionville HS yesterday to compete in the Unionville Two Mile Bash. Zoë Mooney-Doyle ’27 led the way for WFS, finishing 13th overall in the Freshman Girls Heat. Layli Katirai ’26 and Aubrey Ashman ’26 each recorded top-20 finishes in the Sophomore Girls Heat, Katirai placing 16th overall while Ashman placed 19th.  As a team, the girls finished 19th overall and came in 3rd amongst schools from the State of Delaware.

    Carter Fenimore ’25, Jack McKelvey ’26, and Ian McQuillan ’26 were the top-three finishers for the boys.

    Field Hockey: The WFS field hockey team had their matchup against Archmere postponed on Friday afternoon due to inclement weather. This matchup, featuring two top-five teams in Division II, will be completed at a later date. 

    Football: The varsity football team won their season-opener on Friday evening, defeating Tatnall 22-8. Andrew McKenzie ‘24 accounted for 158 total yards and scored two touchdowns on the ground while Kato Connor ‘25 made three field goals and one PAT to lead the Quakers offensive charge. Ryan Tattersall ’25 rushed for 74 yards and completed 10 passes for 114 yards.

    Stone Davis ’26 led the team with two sacks while Tyler Maheshwari ’24 and Avery Gaines ’24 had one. Myles Johnson ’24 recorded a team-high six tackles.

    Soccer: The varsity soccer team won their season-opener on Saturday afternoon, defeating Dover HS 1-0 in overtime. Robbie Lohkamp ’24 scored the lone goal off a penalty kick in the 95th minute after Nico Froio ‘26 drew the penalty in the box. Daniel Selekman ’24 recorded six saves.
  • Spring Review

    It was an incredible spring for Quaker athletics as Aubrey Nisbet ’23 won her third tennis State Championship at 1st Singles and the 2nd Doubles team of Tess Wolf ’24 and Anya Agarwal ’25 finished as runner-ups; girls' soccer and boys' lacrosse won DISC Championships and advanced to the State Semifinals in their respective tournaments; WFS golf, girls' lacrosse, boys' tennis, and track & field all performed well in their State Tournaments; and Quaker baseball outscored their opponents 40-15 in their conference victories. We are extremely proud of our students’ continued dedication to their sports and thank our fans for their support! For 2023 spring sports photos, click here

    Baseball: The baseball team battled through one of the toughest schedules in the State, finishing the year with an overall record of 4-14. Jason Hughes ’24 earned Honorable Mention All-State and 1st Team All-DISC honors for his excellent play at the hot corner. The following players also earned All-DISC honors: Andrew Huff ’24 (2nd Team), Ryan Tattersall ’25 (2nd Team), Jaden Willie ’23 (Honorable Mention), Jack Heckles ’25 (Honorable Mention), and Braeden Pantano ’25 (Honorable Mention). 

    Golf: The WFS golf team continued to perform well this season, improving their win total by three from last season, and numerous players set personal bests. Helen Liu ’23, Josephine Wellons ’23, Zac Antao ’24, and Kemble Wellons ’27 all qualified for the DIAA State Tournament. Antao was the top finisher for WFS in the State Tournament, placing 4th overall in the Boys’ Individual Championship after shooting a two-day total of 153. J. Wellons placed 7th for the second consecutive year in the Girls’ Individual Championship, shooting a 168 over two days. Antao, J. Wellons, and K. Wellons all earned 2nd Team All-State honors for their outstanding play throughout the season.

    Boys' Lacrosse: The boys’ lacrosse team had an incredible season this spring, advancing to the State Semifinals for the first time since 2018. The Quakers, who finished the season with an impressive 15-3 record, won the DISC Championship as they outscored their conference foes 122-36. Jackson Redd ’23 (1st Team), Kevin Dolan ’24 (1st Team), Quinn Green ’24 (1st Team), and Tyler Maheshwari ’24 (2nd Team) all earned All-State and 1st Team All-DISC honors. The following members of the team also earned All-DISC honors: Andrew McKenzie ’24 (1st Team), Nick Winchell ’24 (1st Team), Braden Shipp ’24 (2nd Team), and Ethan Lukach ’26 (2nd Team).

    Girls' Lacrosse: The girls’ lacrosse team battled through one of the toughest schedules in the State of Delaware, finishing their season with an overall record of 7-9 and qualifying for the DIAA State Tournament for the third consecutive season. Madeline Rowland ’23 earned Honorable Mention All-State and 1st Team All-DISC Honors for her outstanding play. The following players also earned All-DISC honors: Molly Dolan ’26 (1st Team), Grace Terrell ’24 (2nd Team), Reese Bryson ’25 (2nd Team), Evie Rademaker ’25 (2nd Team), and Ella Morton ’25 (Honorable Mention).

    Soccer: For the first time since 2015, the girls’ soccer team advanced to the DIAA State Semifinals. The Quakers, who finished the season with an impressive 14-2-1 record and won the DISC Championship, outscored their opponents 56-5 in conference play and posted 11 shutouts. Giuliana DiPrinzio ’25 (1st Team, Top IX), Reagan Brady ’23 (1st Team), and Ryan Weigand ’26 (2nd Team) all earned All-State and 1st Team All-DISC honors. The following members of the team also earned All-DISC honors: Emma Slease ’23 (1st Team), Sofia Dattani ’27 (1st Team), Peri Mulveny ’23 (2nd Team), Simran Dattani ’24 (2nd Team), Gia Cottone ’26 (2nd Team), and Ellie Criscimagna ’23 (Honorable Mention).

    Boys' Tennis: Battling against some of the best teams in the State of Delaware, the boys’ tennis team went 6-6 this season and performed well in the DIAA State Tournament for the second consecutive year. In fact, three WFS players earned top-eight seeds in the DIAA State Tournament for the first time in a decade. Silas Montana ’25 (1st Singles) and Rasheed Bashir ’24 (2nd Singles) each advanced to the Quarterfinals in their respective brackets while Collier Zug ’24 (3rd Singles) won two matches after a first-round bye and appeared in the Semifinals. 

    Girls' Tennis: The defending State Champions had another outstanding season in 2023 as they finished the regular season with an overall record of 9-5. Aubrey Nisbet ’23 finished her career off with another State Championship at 1st Singles, her third State Championship in three high school seasons. The 2nd Doubles team of Tess Wolf ’24 and Anya Agarwal ’25, seeded 5th overall, upset numerous opponents en route to a 2nd place finish. Ava Steinberger ’23 (2nd Singles) advanced to the Semifinals, finishing her senior campaign with an overall record of 14-2. Sarah Levenson ’24 and Greta Vebeliunas ’25, competing at 1st Doubles, advanced to the Quarterfinals.

    Track & Field: WFS track & field was well-represented at the 2023 DIAA State Championship meet as three members of the team competed in the individual events, while four relays took part as well. Zae Turman ‘24 continued his impressive junior campaign, placing 8th in the triple jump. Cereniti Johnson ‘26 ended her outstanding first-year campaign on a high note as well, placing 8th in the 400 and 9th in the 200. Brina Abere ‘25 turned in another solid performance in the high jump, placing 12th overall. The girls’ 4x400 relay (Johnson, Abere, Payton Williams ‘24, and LT Alleyne ‘26) improved their seed time by 11 seconds in the final race of the season.
  • Week of 05/29

    Golf: It was an exciting day for Quaker golf on Wednesday as Josephine Wellons ’23 and Zac Antao ’24 competed in the 2nd round of the DIAA State Championship at Baywood Greens. 

    In her last match as a WFS golfer, Wellons turned in another strong performance and carded an 81. She finished 7th overall with a two-day total of 168, two strokes clear of 8th place. For her outstanding play, Wellons earned All-State honors for the second consecutive year. 

    Antao came out firing and did not let up, shooting an even par 72 for the second best score of the day. He finished 4th overall with a two-day total of 153, nine strokes clear of 5th place. For his excellent work, Antao earned All-State honors for the first time. 

    Helen Liu ’23 and Kemble Wellons ’27, who competed in the 1st round on Tuesday after their impressive regular seasons, narrowly missed the cut in a competitive field. K. Wellons, despite missing the cut on Tuesday, earned All-State honors due to numerous fantastic outings throughout the regular season. 

    Congratulations to all WFS golfers on a fantastic season! 

    Boys’ Lacrosse: The boys’ lacrosse season came to an end last night as they fell to #1 Salesianum in the State Semifinals, 13-3. The Quakers, who reached the State Semifinals for the first time since 2018, end their season ranked #4 in the State of Delaware with an impressive 15-3 record. 

    In just three seasons, the Class of 2023 won 33 games, made the DIAA State tournament each season, and took home the 2023 DISC Championship. To the Class of 2023, congratulations on an incredible run and we will certainly miss watching you compete on Mellor Field. 

    Girls’ Soccer: The girls' soccer season came to an end yesterday afternoon as they fell to #2 Saint Mark's in the State Semifinals, 4-2. The Quakers, who reached the State Semifinals for the first time since 2015, end their season with an impressive 14-2-1 record. 

    In just three seasons, the Class of 2023 won 34 games, made the DIAA State Tournament each season, and claimed two DISC Championships. To the Class of 2023, congratulations on all that you accomplished during your time wearing the blue and white, we will certainly miss watching you compete with one another. 
  • Aubrey Nisbet ’23: 3X State Champion!

    Aubrey Nisbet ’23 captured her third State Championship at 1st Singles on Thursday afternoon! Congratulations on an incredible tennis career and we cannot wait to see all that you accomplish at Wake Forest.

    Congratulations to Tess Wolf ’24 and Anya Agarwal ‘25 on their 2nd place finish in the DIAA State Tournament at 2nd Doubles — great work! 

    Boys' Lacrosse: For the first time in 5 years, the boys' lacrosse team is headed to the State Semifinals after they defeated Tatnall on Saturday! 

    Goals: Winchell 4, Redd 3, Dolan 2, Gibbons, Butler, Bryson, Crock
    Assists: Redd 2, Winchell Dolan, Green, Bryson
    Saves: Lukach 10, Brêna 1

    Girls' Soccer: So much to celebrate as WFS soccer is moving on to the State Semifinals after their 3-0 win over Delaware Military Academy this afternoon!

    Giuliana DiPrinzio ’25 got the Quakers on the board ten minutes into the game, finding the back of the net off of an assist from Sofia Dattani ’27. So. Dattani would hand out another helper to start the second half, connecting with Peri Mulveny ’23 to put the Quakers up 2-0. The third and final goal came from Ryan Weigand ’26 who scored off of an assist from G. DiPrinzio.

    The Quaker defense posted their 11th shutout of the season, limiting the Seahawks to five shots on goal. Goalkeeper Ellie Driscoll ’25 continued her excellent play, posting 5 saves.

    Go Blue!
     
  • Week of 05/15

    The WFS track & field team traveled to Dover HS this weekend to compete in the DIAA State Championships! 
     
    Zae Turman ‘24 continued his impressive junior campaign, placing 8th in the triple jump. Cereniti Johnson ‘26 ended her outstanding first-year campaign on a high note as well, placing 8th in the 400 and 9th in the 200. Brina Abere ‘25 turned in another solid performance in the high jump, placing 12th overall. The girls’ 4x400 relay (Johnson, Abere, Payton Williams ‘24, and LT Alleyne ‘26) improved their seed time by 11 seconds in the final race of the season.
     
    Baseball: The varsity baseball team went 2-1 this week, defeating Brandywine (13-3) and St. Andrew’s (18-8) while losing to #5 Conrad (9-3). 
     
    In their final game of the season against the Saints from St. Andrew’s, the Quakers found themselves down 8-0 entering the 4th inning. They would go on score 18 unanswered runs, thanks to multi-RBI games by Jason Hughes ‘24 (4), Joseph Coppola ‘26 (3), Andrew Huff ‘24 (2), and Jaden Willie ‘23 (2). Avery Gaines ‘24 went 3-4 with a triple while Willie and Huff also collected multiple hits. Sloan Makoujy ‘26 earned his first varsity win, striking out six and walking none over five innings of relief work.
     
    Girls’ Lacrosse: The girls’ lacrosse team fell to #7 Caesar Rodney in the first round of the DIAA State Tournament this evening, 16-11. Madeline Rowland ’23 and Molly Dolan ’26 each scored three goals to lead the way for WFS. 
     
    In three seasons, the Class of 2023 won 31 games, made the DIAA State Tournament each season, and advanced all the way to the State Semifinals in 2021. To the Class of 2023, thank you for your dedication and leadership throughout this spring, we will certainly miss watching you compete on Mellor Field. 
     
    Boys’ Lacrosse: The boys’ lacrosse team, seeded #4 after their 13-2 regular season campaign, will host #13 Appoquinimink HS on May 23 for their first-round matchup in the DIAA State Tournament. The game will be played on Mellor Field at 4pm — Go Blue! 
     
    Girls’ Soccer: The girls’ soccer team earned the #3 seed in the DIAA Division II State Tournament. They will host the winner of DMA/Delmar at 4pm on May 25 — Go Blue! 
     
    Tennis: Due to the inclement weather on Saturday, the boys’ and girls’ tennis tournament will now begin on Monday, May 22. We are still waiting for more information regarding times/locations of the 1st and 2nd round matches.
  • Week of 05/08

    Baseball: The varsity baseball team fell to two talented teams this week, losing to Polytech and Concord. In their loss to the Raiders of Concord, Jason Hughes ’24 led the Quakers on offense with three hits while Andrew Huff ’24 added a double.

    Golf: On Wednesday, the golf team battled against #2 Caesar Rodney and Charter School of Wilmington, two of the premier programs in the State. Zac Antao ’24 continued to play well in his junior campaign, posting a 38 to earn Medalist Honors. Josephine Wellons ’23 placed 4th overall, carding a 41. Helen Liu ’23 and Josh Weigand ’24 rounded out the top-four for WFS; Liu finished 7th overall with a 44 while Weigand placed 8th with a 46.

    On Thursday, the Quakers competed against #3 Archmere at Radley Run. Zac Antao ’24 finished T-2 after carding a 42. Josephine Wellons ’23 continued her excellent play, finishing 5th overall with a score of 45.

    Monday is the start of a big week for Quaker golf as they host #2 Caesar Rodney at Bidermann Golf Club (3:30pm start), celebrate the amazing Class of 2023 on Wednesday against Charter School of Wilmington at DuPont Country Club (3:30pm start), and finish out their season against Concord and St. Mark’s on Thursday afternoon at DuPont (3:00pm start).

    Boys’ Lacrosse: The boys’ lacrosse team went 1-1 this week, defeating Charter School of Wilmington and losing to #3 Archmere. The 2023 DISC Champions finished their regular season campaign with an overall record of 13-2, the most regular season wins by a WFS team since 2017.
    The boys’ lacrosse State Tournament begins on May 23/24 and we will provide more information once the brackets are released — Go Blue!

    Girls’ Lacrosse: The girls’ lacrosse team won their final game of the 2023 regular season on Wednesday, defeating Delaware Military Academy 17-8. With that win, the girls’ lacrosse team earned the #10 seed in the DIAA State Tournament. They will take on #7 Caesar Rodney HS on Tuesday (05/16) for their first-round matchup. The game is scheduled to begin at 7pm and will be played at Caesar Rodney HS.

    Soccer: It was an incredible week for girls’ soccer as they defeated #1 St. Mark’s on Monday and Wilmington Christian on Wednesday! In their 3-0 upset win over the Spartans from St. Mark’s, Reagan Brady ’23 scored two goals while Gia Cottone ’26 added one. The Quakers were outstanding yet again on defense, posting their 10th shutout in 13 games.

    On Wednesday, they defeated the Warriors 4-1. Brady led the team once more with two goals while Giuliana DiPrinzio ’25 and Sofia Dattani ’27 each added one. Brady, DiPrinzio, Dattani, and Ryan Weigand ’26 all handed out helpers.

    Boys’ Tennis: The boys’ tennis team finished their regular season with an overall record of 6-6. They will look to make a splash in the State Tournament beginning on Saturday, May 20. More information will be posted shortly about time and location for all of the WFS student-athletes participating — Go Blue!

    Girls’ Tennis: The girls’ tennis team, who won the 2022 DIAA State Championship, finished the 2023 regular season with an overall record of 9-5 and ranked #5 in the State.

    They will look to defend their State Championship beginning next Saturday, May 20. More information will be posted shortly about time and location for all of the WFS student-athletes participating — Go Blue!

    Track & Field: The WFS track & field team traveled to Abessinio Stadium on Friday and Saturday to compete in the 2023 New Castle County Track & Field Championships. Cereniti Johnson ’26 had an outstanding weekend, placing 10th in the 400 and 19th in the 200. Zae Turman ’24, competing in the triple jump, placed 14th overall while LT Alleyne ’26 finished 14th overall in the long jump. Mitchell Brenner ’24 came in 20th in the 400.

    They will travel to Dover High School on Friday (May 19) to compete in the DIAA State Championship Meet — Go Blue!
  • Week of 05/01

    Baseball: The varsity baseball team went suffered three tough losses this week as they fell to Newark Charter, Tower Hill, and Wilmington Charter. Jason Hughes ’24 led the Quaker offense, recording multiple hits against the Patriots of Newark Charter and doubling against Charter. Jaden Willie ’23 and Ronald Berry ’27 recorded extra-base hits as well.

    Golf: The Quaker golf team defeated Brandywine on Tuesday, 162-221. Josephine Wellons ’23 earned Medalist honors, carding a 35 for 1st place and her personal best! Zac Antao ’24 earned 2nd place with a strong 36 (even par) while Josh Weigand ’24 shot a 45 (T-4).

    Boys’ Lacrosse: The boys’ lacrosse team went 1-1 this week, defeating Delaware Military Academy (13-0) and losing to Tower Hill (8-6). In their shutout victory over the Seahawks from DMA, Jackson Redd ’23 scored a team-high three goals while Finn Butler ’23, Jake Bryson ’23, and Nick Winchell ’24 each scored two goals. Winchell and Kevin Dolan ’24 handed out two helpers as well.

    Girls’ Lacrosse: With their win over Padua Academy on Saturday afternoon, the girls’ lacrosse team has now won three out of their last four contests. In their 16-7 win over the Pandas, Madeline Rowland ‘23 scored a team-high four goals while Lilly Zawadzkas ‘25 and Molly Dolan ‘26 each netted hat-tricks. Lila Rubano ‘26 added two goals and Ana Pardo ’24, Piper Kendle ‘25, Evie Rademaker ‘25, and Cora Lohkamp ‘26 each scored one goal to round out the scoring for WFS. Dolan led WFS with four assists and Ella Morton ‘25 recorded a game-high nine saves.

    Girls’ Soccer: The girls’ soccer team went 1-1 this week, losing to #3 Archmere and defeating Tower Hill. In their 1-0 victory over Tower Hill, Reagan Brady ’23 scored off of an assist from Sofia Dattani ’27. Ellie Driscoll ’25 recorded three saves as the Quakers posted their ninth shutout in 12 games.

    Boys’ Tennis: The boys’ tennis team went 1-1 this week, defeating AI duPont and falling to #1 Tower Hill. They will look for win number six on Monday afternoon when they travel to Mount Pleasant HS for a 3:30pm match — go blue!

    Girls’ Tennis: The girls’ tennis team went 1-1 this week, defeating AI duPont and falling to #2 Tower Hill. In their 4-1 loss to Tower, Ava Steinberger ’23 remained perfect on the season as she defeated her opponent in straight sets. They will look for win number nine when they host Mount Pleasant HS at 4:30pm on Monday afternoon — go blue!

    Track & Field: On Wednesday, the track & field team celebrated their seniors in their final regular season meet against Caravel — Thank you to Beck & Peter for always leading by example and being great role models for the underclassmen to look up to.

    The Quakers have already begun their preparation for the New Castle County Championships, held at Abessinio Stadium on May 12 and 13 — good luck and go blue!
  • Week of 04/24

    Baseball: The varsity baseball team went 1-1 last week, losing to Tatnall and defeating St. Andrew’s. In their 12-0 win over St. Andrew’s, Braeden Pantano ’25 surrendered only two hits, walked none, and struck out five on his way to a complete game win, his second of the season. Ryan Tattersall ’25 walked it off with a three-run blast in the bottom of the fifth. Jack Heckles ’25 had two hits including a double for the Quakers. Jaden Willie ’23 and Avery Gaines ’24 each drove in two runs on singles.

    Golf: During their Tri-Meet on Tuesday afternoon against Sanford and Tatnall, the WFS golf team honored and celebrated the life of the late Sam Hanna. In his honor, golfers from each team wore Play4Sam wristbands that were designed by his family after his lucky number four. Sam, who loved sports as much as anyone, modeled humility, team spirit, and integrity.

    Josephine Wellons ’23 continued her outstanding play, shooting a team-low 38 to earn 4th place. Zac Antao ’24 carded a 42 to finish T-8 while Josh Weigand ‘24 finished T-10 with a 44.

    Boys’ Lacrosse: The boys’ lacrosse team remained perfect, defeating Tatnall and St. Andrew’s to improve their record to 11-0. Nick Winchell ’24 scored a team-high four goals against the Hornets from Tatnall while Kevin Dolan ’24 netted a team-high four goals against St. Andrew’s. Dolan also scored a hat-trick against Tatnall while Finn Butler ’23 recorded a hat-trick against St. Andrew’s.

    The Quaker defense continues to be elite as they have only surrendered 28 goals in 11 games (2.5 goals against per contest).

    Girls’ Lacrosse: It was a big week for the girls’ lacrosse team as they defeated St. Mark’s (11-7) and St. Andrew’s (20-9). Molly Dolan ’26 scored a team-high four against St. Mark’s while Lilly Zawadzkas ’25 added three. In their win over St. Andrew’s, Madeline Rowland tallied 11 points (nine goals, two assists) while Dolan and Lila Rubano ’26 scored five goals apiece.

    Girls’ Soccer: Girls’ soccer remained unbeaten last week as they defeated Tatnall and St. Andrew’s by a combined scored of 13-0. In their 4-0 win against St. Andrew’s, Simran Dattani ’24 scored two goals while Reagan Brady ’23 and Ryan Weigand ’26 each added one. Giuliana DiPrinzio ’25 and Weigand each added assists as well. The Quakers defense posted their 8th shutout in ten games.

    Track & Field: It was a huge week for the WFS track and field team as eight members of the team traveled to the University of Pennsylvania on Thursday and Friday morning to compete in the Penn Relays, the largest relay meet in the world. Mitchell Brenner ’24, Zae Turman ’24, Rayan Kashif '24, and Brian Gainer ’25 represented WFS in the 4x100 on Thursday morning. Payton Williams ’24, Brina Abere ’25, LT Alleyne ’26, and Cereniti Johnson ’26 represented WFS in the 4x100 on Friday morning.

    On Saturday, the entire team traveled to Unionville HS and took part in the 19th annual Unionville Invitational. Zae Turman continued his impressive spring season, placing second overall in the triple jump to lead the way for WFS. Cereniti Johnson turned in another great performance in the 200, placing 8th overall.

    Boys’ Tennis: The boys tennis team improved their overall record to 4-3 last week, defeating Tatnall (5-0) and St. Andrew’s (3-2). In their upset win over #5 St. Andrew’s, Silas Montana '25 (1st singles) pulled off an astoundingly resilient victory, beating the same player he faced last year in two tense tiebreakers, 9-7 in the first and 10-8 in the second. Rasheed Bashir ’24 (2nd singles) regrouped after losing the first set 6-3 and tore through it to triumph 6-2, 6-1. Collier Zug ’24 (3rd singles) won his fourth consecutive match, defeating his opponent in straight sets (7-5, 6-3).

    Girls’ Tennis: The girls’ tennis team defeated Tatnall (4-1) and fell to St. Andrew’s (3-2) last week. Aubrey Nisbet ’23 and Ava Steinberger ’23 remained perfect on the year, defeating their opponents in straight sets in both matches. Against Tatnall, the 1st doubles team (Sarah Levenson ’24 and Greta Vebeliunas ’25) and 2nd doubles team (Tess Wolf ’24 and Anya Agarwal ’25) won in straight sets too.
  • Week of 04/17

    Baseball: The varsity baseball team went 0-3 this week, losing to three talented teams in Sanford, Archmere, and Tower Hill. In their 1-0 loss against Archmere, Sloan Makoujy ’26 was impressive on the mound as scattered four hits over seven innings of work. They will look to get back on track when they travel to Tatnall on Tuesday afternoon for a 3pm game. 

    Golf: The Quaker golf team defeated Sanford (175-176) and fell to Salesianum (175-168) in their Tri-Meet on Monday afternoon. Jake Bryson ’23 shot a 41 to lead the way for WFS (3rd overall). Thomas Weiler ’27 was 2nd for WFS with a 43 and Kemble Wellons ’27 was 3rd after carding a 44.

    On Tuesday, they will compete against Sanford and Tatnall in a Tri-Meet at DuPont Country Club. On Wednesday, they will travel to Delcastle Golf Club where they will compete against Caravel Academy and Conrad.

    Boys’ Lacrosse: The boys’ lacrosse team improved their record to 9-0 this week, defeating Sanford (14-1) and Wilmington Christian (18-3). Nick Winchell ’24 scored a game-high five goals against Sanford while Jackson Redd ’23 added four. In their win against the Warriors from Wilmington Christian, Redd and Rhys Butler ’26 each scored four goals while Noah Gibbons ’25 added three.

    The Quaker defense continues to be elite as they have only surrendered 22 goals in nine games (2.4 goals against per contest). They will look for win number ten on Tuesday afternoon when they travel to Tatnall for a 3pm contest.

    Girls’ Lacrosse: The girls’ lacrosse team went 1-2 this week, defeating Sanford (11-9) and falling to #2 Tatnall and Archmere. In their 11-9 win over Sanford, Molly Dolan ’26 and Cora Lohkamp ’26 each scored a team-high three goals while Lila Rubano ’26 added two. Madeline Rowland ’23 did a little bit of everything for the Quakers, scoring two goals and handing out four assists. Ella Morton ’25 continued her impressive play in goal, recording 20 saves in their three games.

    They will look for win number four on Wednesday afternoon when they travel to Saint Mark’s for a 4pm contest.

    Soccer: The girls’ soccer team went 3-0 this week, defeating Sanford, Wilmington Christian, and Dickinson by a combined score of 21-2. Sofia Dattani ’27 scored a team-high four goals during the week while Giuliana DiPrinzio ’25 added three to lead the balanced scoring attack. Reagan Brady ’23 handed out a team-high five assists, three of them coming against Wilmington Christian. The WFS defense continued their sharp play, posting their 5th and 6th shutouts of the season.

    The Quakers, now sporting a record of 7-0-1, will look for win number eight on Tuesday afternoon when they travel to Tatnall for a 3:45pm contest.

    Boys’ Tennis: The boys’ tennis team went 1-1 this week, losing to Sanford (3-2) and defeating Newark Charter (4-1). Silas Montana ’25 (1st singles) and Collier Zug ’24 (3rd singles) won both of their matches; Montana did not drop a single game in either of his matches. Rasheed Bashir ’24 (2nd singles) cruised to a win over his Newark Charter opponent (6-2, 6-2) and the combo of Chas Egoville ’24 and Eli Rahaim ’24 (2nd doubles) won their second match of the season.

    Girls’ Tennis: The girls’ tennis team went 2-0 this week, defeating Sanford (5-0) and Ursuline (3-2). Aubrey Nisbet ’23 (1st singles), Ava Steinberger ’23 (2nd singles), and the combo of Tess Wolf ’24 and Anya Agarwal ’25 won both of their matches (all in straight sets). In their 5-0 win over the Warriors from Sanford, Emma Larsen ’25 (3rd singles) and the team of Sarah Levenson ’24 and Greta Vebeliunas ’25 won in straight sets.

    Track & Field: It was a great day for the WFS track & field team at the Art Madric Hall of Fame Invitational on Saturday afternoon as eight personal records were set! Cereniti Johnson ’26 led the way for WFS, setting two personal records in the 100 and 400 meter dashes. Chris Princilus ’24, Brina Abere ’25, Brian Gainer ’25, and Jordyn Moore ’26 all achieved personal records in the 100 meter dash while John Ursomarso '24 and Seth Reisman '26 set personal bests in the 400.
  • Week of 04/10

    Baseball: The baseball team went 0-2 this week, losing contests to #2 Delaware Military Academy and Red Lion Christian Academy. In their game against Red Lion, both Avery Gaines ’24 and Ryan Tattersall ’25 recorded doubles for the Quakers.

    They’ll look to get back on track when they travel to Sanford School on Tuesday (04/18) for a 4:15pm contest.

    Golf: Quaker golf fell to #2 Tower Hill on Thursday, 165-156. Their team score of 165 is a season best. Zac Antao ’24 earned Medalist Honors after carding a 35, a personal best for the junior in a high school match. Josephine Wellons ’23 earned a 5th place finish with a 42 while Josh Weigand ’24 and Kemble Wellons ’27 tied for 7th (44). Weigand’s 44 is a personal best.

    They’ll look to get back on track tomorrow afternoon when they host Salesianum and Sanford in a Tri-Meet at DuPont Country Club. Matches begin at 3:30pm.

    Boys’ Lacrosse: The boys’ lacrosse team remained perfect last week, defeating St. Andrew’s School (11-6) and Tower Hill (8-4). The WFS defense has continued to prove itself as one of the top units in the State as they have only allowed 18 goals in seven games.

    Against St. Andrew’s, Jackson Redd ’23 and Nick Winchell ’24 each scored four goals while Kevin Dolan added three. Redd also handed out a team-high three assists. In their 8-4 win over the Hillers, Redd tallied four points (three goals, one assist) while Dolan added three points (two goals, one assist). Jake Bryson ’23, Andrew McKenzie ’24, and Noah Gibbons ’25 scored one goal apiece and Rhys Butler ’26 added an assist. Ethan Lukach ’26 posted five saves in both contests.

    Girls’ Lacrosse: The girls’ lacrosse team went 1-2 this week, defeating St. Andrew’s (11-10 in OT) and losing to Tower Hill (15-13) and Ursuline (13-11). Down 7-2 at halftime against St. Andrew’s, battled back and won the second half 8-3 in order to force overtime. Just seconds into overtime, Madeline Rowland ’23 scored off of a free shot to win the game for the Quakers!

    In their three games last week, Molly Dolan scored a team-high 13 goals while Rowland added nine. Lilly Zawadzkas ’25 netted four goals against Tower Hill and Lila Rubano ’26 scored a career-high four goals against Ursuline. Ella Morton ’25 was impressive in goal for the Quakers, recording a game-high ten saves against Tower Hill.

    Soccer: The girls’ soccer team improved to 4-0-1 this week, defeating Tower Hill 9-0.  Reagan Brady ’23, Ryan Weigand ’26, and Sofia Dattani ’27 each scored two goals to lead the way for WFS. Simran Dattani ’24, Gia Cottone ’26, and Daniela Cristanetti-Walker ’26 all scored one goal. Brady, Weigand, and So. Dattani all recorded an assist for WFS as well.
    The WFS defense continued their excellent play as they did not allow any shots on goal and posted their fourth shutout of the season.

    Boys’ Tennis: The boys’ tennis team fell to #1 Tower Hill on Wednesday. The boys fought hard in each match, battling until the very end. Rasheed Bashir ’24 (1st singles) and Tauson Biggs/Devin Wallace (1st doubles) were each able to take three games from their opponents in the first set.
    They will look to get back on track when they travel to Sanford School on Tuesday (04/18) fr a 4pm match.

    Girls’ Tennis: The girls’ tennis team fell to #2 Tower Hill on Wednesday, 3-2. After dropping the first set, Aubrey Nisbet ’23 (1st singles) came back to win the next two sets 6-0, 6-3. Ava Steinberger ’23 (2nd singles) remained perfect on the year as well, defeating her opponent 6-0, 6-1.
    The Quakers, ranked #4 in the State, will look to get back on track when they host Sanford next Tuesday (04/18) at 4pm.

    Track & Field: The track & field team competed at the Bob Behr Invitational on Saturday afternoon. Cereniti Johnson '26 continued her impressive start to the 2023 season, placing 8th overall in the 100 meter dash (out of 42 opponents). Mitchell Brenner ’24, competing in the 400 meter dash, placed 15th overall amongst 44 competitors.
    They’ll travel to Caravel Academy next weekend to compete in the Art Madric Hall of Fame Invitational.
  • Week of 04/03

    Baseball: The varsity baseball team won their first game of the season on Tuesday afternoon, defeating Tatnall 9-7. Jason Hughes ’24 and Ryan Tattersall ’25 led the Quakers with multiple hits. Braeden Pantano ’25 came on in relief during the 3rd inning and earned the win for WFS, striking out three and allowing one earned run. Jaden Willie ’23 sealed the game with a two-run single in the 6th!

    Golf: The WFS golf team defeated St. George’s on Monday. 173-176. Josephine Wellons ’23 and Zac Antao ’24 each shot 39, finishing in a T-2. Kemble Wellons ’27 rounded out the top 3 for WFS, carding a 44
    They’ll look for another win on Thursday afternoon when they host Tower Hill at the DuPont Country Club. The match is scheduled to begin at 3pm.

    Boys’ Lacrosse: The boy’s lacrosse team won their 5th straight contest, defeating Tatnall 11-1. Jackson Redd ’23 and Kevin Dolan ’24 each scored three goals while Noah Gibbons ’25 added two. Ethan Lukach ’26 was terrific in goal, recording a career-high ten saves.

    Through their first five games, the Quaker defense has only allowed their opponents to score ten goals. They will look for win number six on Tuesday afternoon when they travel to St. Andrew’s School for a 4:00pm contest.

    Girls’ Lacrosse: The girls’ lacrosse team fell to #2 Tatnall on Tuesday afternoon. Molly Dolan ’26 scored a team-high three goals while Madeline Rowland ’23, Lilly Zawadzkas ’25, and Lila Rubano ’26 each added one goal.

    They'll be back in action on Tuesday (04/11) when they host Tower Hill at 4:00pm.

    Soccer: The WFS soccer team went 2-0 this week, defeating Tatnall (8-0) and Conrad (2-0). They are now 3-0-1 on the season. In their win over Conrad, Reagan Brady ’23 scored the first goal of the contest off of a corner kick from Giuliana DiPrinzio ’25. In the 69th minute, Simran Dattani ’24 put the game away for the Quakers as she scored off of an assist from Sofia Dattani ’27.

    Against Tatnall, Brady scored two goals while Ellie Criscimagna ’23, Emma Slease ’23, Ava Vebeliunas ’23, G. DiPrinzio, Daniela Cristanetti-Walker ’26, and Ryan Weigand ’26 added one goal apiece. Si. Dattani handed out a team-high three assists while Brady, G. DiPrinzio, and Weigand all dished out one.

    Boys’ Tennis: The boys’ tennis team defeated Tatnall on Tuesday afternoon, improving their overall record to 1-1. In their 4-1 victory over the Hornets, Rasheed Bashir ’24 (1st Singles) and Collier Zug ’24 (2nd Singles) won their matches in straight sets. Bashir won 6-4, 6-2 while Zug won 6-1, 6-1.

    The 1st Doubles team of Tauson Biggs ’24 and Devin Wallace ’24 won their second match of the season in straight sets (6-2, 6-4). Chas Egoville ’24 and Eli Rahaim ’24 won an intense match at second doubles, defeating their opponents in two tiebreak sets (8-6, 8-6) to win their match 7-6, 7-6.

    Girls’ Tennis: The girls’ tennis team won two matches this week against St. Mark’s (3-2) and Tatnall (5-0). In their 5-0 victory over the Hornets from Tatnall, every WFS match was won in straight sets. Aubrey Nisbet ’23 and Ava Steinberger ’23 remained perfect at 1st and 2nd Singles, respectively. Nisbet won 6-1, 6-1 while Steinberger defeated her opponent 6-1, 6-0. Emma Larsen ’25 only dropped two games in her 3rd Singles matchup, winning 6-1, 6-1.

    Sarah Levenson ’24 and Tess Wolf ’24 won their 1st Doubles matchup (6-3, 6-0) while Kendall Law ’24 and Anya Agarwal ‘25 did not drop a single game in their 2nd Doubles victory (6-0, 6-0).

    Results against St. Mark’s:
    Steinberger ’23 (2nd Singles): win by forfeit
    Levenson ’24 and Agarwal (1st Doubles) : 6-4, 6-3
    Greta Vebeliunas ’25 and Wolf (2nd Doubles): 6-1, 6-3

    Baseball
    : The varsity baseball team went 0-2 this week, dropping contests to Sanford and Mount Pleasant. Jason Hughes ’24 led the offensive charge for the Quakers, recording multiple extra-base hits in both contests (two triples). The Quakers will look for their first win of the season on Tuesday afternoon when they host Tatnall at 4pm.

    Golf: In their DISC Quad-Meet on Tuesday afternoon, Zac Antao ’24 shot his personal best match score with a 36. Antao finished T-3 amongst 24 competitors.

    Josephine Wellons ’23 continued her strong senior campaign as she carded a 40, placing 8th overall. In her first match of the season, Helen Liu ’23 shot her new low of 45 while Robbie Lohkamp finished one stroke behind with a 46 (his season-best).
  • Week of 03/27

    Boys’ Lacrosse: The boys’ lacrosse team continued their hot start to the 2023 season, defeating #4 Sanford (13-3) and Caravel (16-2). In their win over Sanford, Nick Winchell ’24 and Kevin Dolan ’24 each scored a four goals while Jackson Redd ’23 added three. Jake Bryson ’23, Redd, and Dolan each handed out two assists to lead WFS.

    Against Caravel, Redd led the way with six points (five goals, one assist). Winchell and Noah Gibbons ’25 each recorded hat-tricks while Dolan handed out a team-high three assists. Ethan Lukach ’26 recorded a game-high seven saves and Z Breña ’26 added three saves.

    Girls’ Lacrosse: The girls’ lacrosse team went 1-1 this week, losing to Sanford (16-9) and defeating Middletown (15-14). In their 15-14 win over Middletown, Molly Dolan ‘26 scored a team-high six goals while Madeline Rowland ‘23 and Lilly Zawadzkas ‘25 netted three apiece. Cora Lohkamp ‘26 added two goals and Lila Rubano ‘26 scored once to round out the scoring for the Quakers.

    Zawadzkas handed out a team-high two assists while Rowland and Dolan dished out one apiece.

    Soccer: The girls’ soccer team went 1-0-1 this week, defeating Sanford (3-0) and playing Delaware Military Academy to a tie (1-1). In their victory over the Warriors from Sanford, Ryan Weigand ‘26 scored a game-high two goals while Reagan Brady ‘23 added one. Brady, Ellie Criscimagna ‘23, and Sofia Dattani ‘27 all handed out one assist. Ellie Driscoll ‘25 recorded four saves in goal.

    Down 1-0 against DMA with four minutes left, Brady took the game into her own hands and scored an unassisted goal to tie the game. From them, both teams remained strong on defense and the game resulted in a 1-1 tie. Driscoll made four saves for the second consecutive match.

    Boys’ Tennis: The boys’ tennis team dropped their first match of the season to Sanford, 4-1. Tauson Biggs ’24 and Devin Wallace ’24 (1st Doubles) won their match in straight sets (7-5, 6-2). Collier Zug ’24 (2nd singles) and Eli Rahaim ’24 and Josh Fung ’26 (2nd doubles) lost their matches in three sets.

    Girls’ Tennis: The girls’ tennis team went 2-0 this week, defeating Sanford (5-0) and Padua (3-2). Winners from both matches are listed below.

    5-0 win vs. Sanford
    Aubrey Nisbet ’23 (1st Singles): 6-0, 6-0
    Ava Steinberger ’23 (2nd Singles): 6-0, 6-0
    Emma Larsen ’25 (3rd Singles): 6-3, 6-1
    Sara Levenson ’24 and Greta Vebeliunas ’25 (1st Doubles): 6-2, 6-1
    Tess Wolf ’24 and Anya Agarwal ’25 (2nd Doubles): 6-1, 6-0

    3-2 win vs. Padua
    Nisbet: 6-1, 6-0
    Wolf & Agarwal (1st Doubles): 6-4, 6-3
    Levenson & Vebeliunas (2nd Doubles): 7-5, 6-3

    Track & Field: Last Wednesday, the WFS track & field squad hosted their first Tri-Meet of the season with Delaware Military Academy and St. Elizabeth HS. While the meet was not officially scored, 31 personal bests were set by 19 WFS runners!

    They will be back in action on Saturday, April 15 at the Bob Behr Invitational (hosted at Tower Hill).
  • Week of 03/20

    Golf: The WFS golf team fell to Salesianum in their first match of the season last week, 172-169. Josephine Wellons ’23 and Zac Antao ’24 performed well, finishing 1st and 2nd overall. Wellons earned Medalist Honors with her low-round 37 while Antao carded a 38. Josh Weigand ’24 came in third for the Quakers, shooting a 48.

    Boys Lacrosse: The boys lacrosse team went 2-0 this week, defeating Wilmington Christian and Polytech by a combined score of 35-4. Kevin Dolan ’24 tallied a team-high 13 points (five goals, eight assists) while Jackson Redd ’23 scored a team-high ten goals.

    The team will look for win number three when they host Sanford School on Mellor Field at 4pm on Tuesday.

    Girls Lacrosse: The girls lacrosse team fell to Wilmington Charter on Thursday afternoon, 17-7. Molly Dolan ’26 and Ana Pardo ’24 each scored two goals for the Quakers while Cora Lohkamp ’26 added one goal and one assist.

    The team will look for win number one on Tuesday afternoon when they travel to Sanford School for a 4pm game.
  • Week of 02/27

    It was an exciting weekend for WFS wrestling as Phil Crock ’23 and Sloan Makoujy ’26 proudly represented WFS at the 2023 DIAA Individual State Tournament!

    Makoujy ’26, competing in his second consecutive DIAA Individual State Tournament, went 3-2 on the weekend and placed 7th in the 126-pound weight class. In two of his three victories, Sloan avenged losses from earlier in the season and upset the number seven and eight seeds. Congrats on an incredible season, Sloan!

    After a first-round victory over the number eight seed, Crock (285-pound weight class) was forced to retire from the tournament due to a shoulder injury in the second round. Crock, a four-time qualifier for the DIAA Individual Championships, had an incredible 2022-23 campaign as he won 31 matches and four tournaments (Howdy Duncan Invitational, Canal Classic, Quaker Classic, and Delcastle Invitational). Congrats on an incredible career Phil — we are so proud of you and all that you have accomplished!

    Basketball: In the first round of the DIAA State Tournament, the #13 Quakers defeated #20 Delcastle Tech, 51-41. Robby Tattersall ’23 and Ryan Tattersall ’25 netted 14 points apiece to lead the Quakers to their first post-season win in ten years.

    On Thursday, they fell to #4 Tower Hill in the 2nd Round of the DIAA State Tournament, 61-50. They end their 2022-23 campaign with an impressive record of 14-6, the most wins in a season since 2012-13.

    To the Class of 2023, thank you for an incredible four years of Quaker basketball. We will certainly miss watching you compete in the West Gym.
  • Week of 02/20

    The WFS swim team participated in the DIAA Swimming and Diving State Championships this weekend and two swimmers claimed State Championships!

    Kira Agne ‘23 won her second straight State Championship in the 200 IM, and Tyler Wilmore ‘24 won his second straight State Championship in the 500 free and also took home gold in the 200 free! Agne took third in the 500 free as well.

    Jalen Stewart ’24: 4th place in the 100 and 200 free
    Conner Verbanas ’25: 4th in the 500 free, 9th in the 200 free
    Aubrey Ashman ’26: 11th in the 200 IM, 11th in the 100 breast

    200 free relay | Stewart, Devin Wallace ’24, Verbanas, and Wilmore: 5th place
    400 free relay | Stewart, Verbanas, Theo Lawrence ’26, and Wilmore: 5th place
    200 medley relay | Jillian Farley ’25, Ashman, Agne, and Pamela Moore ’27 | 12th place
    200 free relay | Kenzie Wilson ’26, Farley, Katie Bryan ’24, and Peri Mulveny ’23 | 15th place
    400 free relay | Moore, Ashman, P. Mulveny, and Agne | 9th place

    As a team, the boys finished 4th with a total of 150 points while the girls placed 13th with 80 points. Go Blue!

    Wrestling: The WFS wrestling team participated (and hosted) the 2023 Independent Schools Qualifying Tournament this weekend and four WFS wrestlers earned spots on the podium! Sloan Makoujy ’26 (126-pound weight class) went 3-1 over the two-day tournament and automatically qualified for the 2023 DIAA Individual Championships.
     
    Liam Sullivan ’24 (113-pound weight class) won three matches en route to a 5th place finish. Kaeden Fleming ’24 (120-pound weight class) and Phil Crock ’23 (285-pound weight class) each earned 6th place. Sullivan, Fleming, and Crock are all eligible for at-large bids to the 2023 DIAA Individual Championships.

    Go Blue!
  • Week of 02/13

    The girls basketball team went 2-1 this week, improving their overall record to 8-10. Gia Cottone ’26 led the offensive attack in the two wins over Newark HS and St. Andrew’s, combining for 35 points over both contests. On Saturday afternoon, the Quakers fell to #3 Tatnall, 51-35. Ryan Weigand ’26 scored a game-high 18 points while Izzy Winchell ’26 added 12.

    They will look for win number nine on Wednesday evening when they host Newark Charter in the West Gym at 5:15pm.

    The boys basketball team went 1-1 this week, defeating Tatnall and losing to #5 Tower Hill. Robby Tattersall ’23 scored a game-high 17 points in their 59-52 victory over the Hornets. Andrew McKenzie ’24 added 12 points while Finn Butler ’23 and Colin Harron ’23 added 11 points apiece. In their 62-53 loss to the Hillers, Ryan Tattersall ’25 led all WFS scorers with 13 points.

    They will look for win number 13 on Tuesday evening when they host Newark Charter in the West Gym at 6:30pm.
  • Week of 02/06

    Basketball: The boys basketball team went 1-2 this week, defeating First State Military Academy and falling to #3 Sanford and Archmere. Ish Dobson ’23 scored a game-high 11 points against Sanford while Robby Tattersall ’23 netted a game-high 20 points against the Auks of Archmere. In their 52-25 win over First State Military Academy, Colin Harron ’23 scored 16 points.

    The girls basketball team went 0-2 this week, falling to #2 Sanford and Mount Pleasant. Gia Cottone ’26 scored 24 points over both contests, netting a team-high 17 points against the Green Knights of Mount Pleasant. Now 6-9, the girls will look for win number seven on Tuesday afternoon when they host Newark HS in the West Gym.

    Wrestling: The WFS wrestling team hosted the DISC Championships on Saturday morning. Congratulations to all of our wrestlers on their excellent work!

    Kaeden Fleming ’24: 1st Place
    Liam Sullivan ’24: 1st Place

    Matthew Morrison ’25: 2nd Place
    Michael Bohner ’26: 2nd Place
    Sloan Makoujy ’26: 2nd Place
    Kyler Fleming ’27: 2nd Place

    John Ursomarso ’24: 3rd Place
    Lincoln Illingworth ’26: 3rd Place
    Gavin Jefferson ’26: 3rd Place
    Vincent Ramunno ’26: 3rd Place

    Swimming: The boys swim team won both contests this week, defeating William Penn HS and Delaware Military Academy. They finish their regular season with an impressive record of 9-1. The girls swim team defeated William Penn on Tuesday, improving their record to 8-1.

    William Penn Winners:
    Conner Verbanas ’25: 200 free, 100 fly
    Jalen Stewart ’24: 200 IM, 100 back
    Devin Wallace ’24: 50 free, 100 free
    Tyler Wilmore ’24: 500 free, 100 breast

    200 medley: Lorne McDonnell ’25, Tauson Biggs ’24, Theo Lawrence ’26, and Seth Reisman ’26
    200 free: Wallace, Wilmore, Stewart, and Verbanas
    400 free: Stewart, Verbanas, Lawrence, and Wilmore

    Kira Agne ’23: 200 IM, 500 free
    Pamela Moore ’27: 200 free, 100 free
    Peri Mulveny ’23: 50 free
    Aubrey Ashman ’26: 100 fly, 100 breast
    Jillian Farley ’25: 100 back

    200 medley: Farley, Agne, Ashman, and Moore
    200 free: Kenzie Wilson ’26, Farley, P. Mulveny, and Rose Mulveny ’26
    400 free: Moore, Ashman, R. Mulveny, and Agne

    DMA Winners:
    Wilmore: 200 free, 100 breast
    Stewart: 200 IM, 100 back
    Wallace: 50 free
    Verbanas: 100 fly
    McDonnell: 500 free

    200 free: Wallace, Wilmore, Stewart, and Verbanas
    400 free: Stewart, Verbanas, Lawrence, and Wilmore
  • Week of 01/30

    It was a record-setting day for the WFS indoor track & field day at the 2023 DIAA State Championship meet on Saturday afternoon. Two WFS relay teams posted new school records and another four relay teams recorded season best times! 
     
    The following relays set new WFS school records with their strong performances:
    Girls 4x200 | Brina Abere ’25, Cereniti Johnson ’26, Sawyer Rowland ’25, and Madeline Rowland ’23
    Girls 4x400 | Ellie Criscimagna ’23, S. Rowland, Payton Williams ‘24, and Daniela Cristanetti-Walker ‘26
     
    The following relays set season best times with their performances yesterday: 
    Boys 4x200: Brian Gainer ’25, Carter Fenimore ’25, Zae Turman ’24, and Declan Grubb ’24 (improved by three seconds)
    Boys 4x400: Ian McQuillan ’26, Fenimore, Gainer, and Grubb (improved by ten seconds)
    Girls 4x800: Cristanetti-Walker, Beck Hartwick ’23, Criscimagna, and Mia Davenport ’25 (improved by 58 seconds)
    Boys 4x800: McQuillan, Jack McKelvey, Grubb, and Harrison Burns ’24 (improved by 19 seconds)
     
    Zae Turman ’24 continued to prove himself as one of the top triple jump performers in the State, finishing 5th overall. Madeline Rowland ’23 advanced to the finals in the 55 meter dash and finished 12th. 
     
    WFS Swimming: Congratulations to all of our WFS swimmers on their excellent work at the DISC Championships on Saturday!
     
    Kira Agne ’23: 1st in the 200 IM, 1st in the 100 fly
    Tyler Wilmore ’24: 1st in the 200 IM, 1st in the 100 breast
    Conner Verbanas ’25: 1st in the 500 free, 2nd in the 200 free
    Aubrey Ashman ’26: 1st in the 100 breast, 4th in the 200 IM
    Jalen Stewart ’24: 2nd in the 100 free, 4th in the 100 back
    Theo Lawrence ’26: 3rd in the 100 fly, 4th in the 200 IM
    Devin Wallace ’24: 4th in the 50 free, 4th in the 100 free
    Lorne McDonnell ’25: 4th in the 500 free
    Pamela Moore ’27: 5th in the 200 free, 5th in the 100 free
    Peri Mulveny ’23: 5th in the 50 free
    Jillian Farley ’25: 5th in the 100 breast
    Evelyn Bilek ’26: 5th in the 100 fly
     
    Relay Results
    Girls 200 free | 2nd place: Kenzie Wilson ’26, Farley, Rose Mulveny ’26, and P. Mulveny
    Boys 200 free | 2nd place: Wilmore, Wallace, Verbanas, and Stewart
    Girls 400 free | 2nd place: Ashman, Moore, P. Mulveny, and Agne
    Boys 400 free | 2nd place: Verbanas, Lawrence, Wilmore, and Stewart
     
    Team Results
    Girls | 2nd place with 60 points
    Boys | 2nd place with 76 points
     
    Basketball: The boys basketball team won all three contests this week, defeating Tatnall, Wilmington Christian, and MOT Charter. Robby Tattersall ’23 was the leading scorer in two of the three victories (14 against Tatnall, 27 against MOT Charter) while Andrew McKenzie ’24 (ten points) led the Quakers in scoring against the Warriors of Wilmington Christian. 
     
    The Quakers will look for win number eleven on Tuesday evening when they host Sanford at 5:30pm in the West Gym. 
     
    The girls basketball team fell to St. Mark’s on Tuesday evening, falling 49-36. Ryan Weigand ’26 scored a team-high 13 points while Gia Cottone ’26 added 11. 
     
    The Quakers, now 5-7, have two big contests this week. They will host Sanford tomorrow evening at 5:30pm in the West Gym and travel to Mount Pleasant on Saturday morning for an 11:00am tip.
  • Week of 01/23

    Boys Basketball: The boys basketball team went 1-1 this week, falling to #5 Sanford in OT and defeating St. Andrew’s 46-44. In their three-point OT loss to Sanford, Robby Tattersall ’23 led all scorers with 25 points. Ryan Tattersall ’25 and Steven Morris ’24 added 11 and ten points, respectively. In their two-point victory over the Saints of St. Andrew’s, Robby Tattersall ’23 and Ryan Tattersall ’25 led the scoring attack for WFS as they each netted 18 points. Robby scored ten of his 18 points from the free-throw line while Ryan sunk three shots from beyond the arc. Hudson Zawadzkas ’23 added nine points.

    Girls Basketball: The girls basketball team fell to #2 Sanford and #5 Archmere this week. In their loss against #5 Archmere, Gia Cottone ’26 scored a game-high 19 points on eight made FG. The girls will look for win number six when they travel to St. Mark’s on Tuesday evening for a 7:15pm showdown against the Spartans.

    Indoor Track & Field: On Saturday, the track and field team competed in their final meet before the DIAA State Championship meet! It was another tremendous day for the Quakers as Madeline Rowland ’23 took 1st place in the 200 meter dash and Ellie Criscimagna ’23 took 2nd in the 3200 meter run. Zae Turman ’24 continued to prove himself as one of the best triple jumpers in the State, placing 2nd overall. Other top-ten performers are listed below.

    Madeline Rowland ’23: 3rd in the 55
    Zae Turman ’24: 5th in the long jump
    Brian Gainer ’25: 3rd in the 200
    Cereniti Johnson ’26: 5th in the 200, 7th in the 55
    Sawyer Rowland ’25: 7th in the 200, 7th in the 400

    Swimming: Quaker swimming continued their impressive season as both the boys and girls teams’ defeated Christiana HS on Thursday evening. For the boys, Jalen Stewart ’24 (100 free, 100 back), Conner Verbanas ’25 (100 fly, 100 breast), and Lorne McDonnell ’25 (200 and 500 free) all won multiple individual events. Kira Agne ’23 (200 free, 100 fly) won multiple events to lead the charge for the girls while Peri Mulveny ’23 (50 free), Lily Rashkind ’23 (500 free), Katie Bryan ’24 (100 back), Aubrey Ashman ’26 (200 IM), and Pamela Moore ’27 (100 free) all won one event.

    Boys Individual winners:
    Theo Lawrence ’26: 200 IM
    Devin Wallace ’24: 50 free

    Boys relay winners:
    200 medley relay: McDonnell, Tauson Biggs ’24, Seth Reisman ’26, and Nife Shoyinka ’25
    200 free relay: Biggs, Wallace, Mason Montejo ’26, and Reisman
    400 free relay: Stewart, Lawrence, McDonnell, and Verbanas

    Girls relay winners:
    200 medley relay: Bryan, Agne, Ashman, and Moore
    200 free relay: Kenzie Wilson ’26, Jillian Farley ’25, Rose Mulveny ’26, and P. Mulveny
    400 free: Ashman, Moore, P. Mulveny, and Agne
    *no 100 breast winner was listed*

    Wrestling: The WFS wrestling team hosted the first Quaker Round Robin Invitational yesterday, competing against six teams from across the State of Delaware. Congrats to Liam Sullivan ’24 (113-pound weight class), Kaeden Fleming ’24 (120-pound weight class), and Sloan Makoujy ’26 (126-pound weight class) on their 1st place finishes in their respective weight classes!
  • Week of 01/16

    Boys Basketball: The boys basketball team improved to 5-0 this past week as they defeated Odessa HS, Wilmington Christian, and Odyssey Charter. In their 14 point win over Odessa, Robby Tattersall ’23 led all scorers with 23 points on nine made FG. Against their Warriors of Wilmington Christian, Ryan Tattersall ’25 netted a career-high 19 points on eight made FG, sinking two shots from beyond the arc. Ish Dobson ’23 scored 30 points in their wins against Wilmington Christian and Odyssey Charter, throwing down two monstrous dunks in the latter contest.

    Girls Basketball: The girls basketball team fell to Tower Hill, Wilmington Charter, and #3 Tatnall this week. Ryan Weigand ’26 averaged nine points per contest over the three matchups while Reagan Brady ’23 netted a team-high 15 points against the Hillers. WFS will look to get back to .500 when they host St. Andrew’s School in the West Gym at 4:00 pm on Tuesday.

    Indoor Track & Field: The indoor track and field team traveled to Tower Hill this weekend to compete in the Tower Hill Invitational. Madeline Rowland ’23 took home gold in the 55 meter run while the team of Ellie Criscimagna ’23, M.Rowland, Brina Abere ’25, and Payton Williams ’24 crossed the finish line first in the 4x200 relay. The Quakers had four more individuals place amongst the top ten in their respective events (see below).

    Sawyer Rowland ’25: 5th in the 200
    Brina Abere ’25: 9th in the 400
    Declan Grubb ’24: 8th in the 200
    Zae Turman ’24: 9th in the 200

    Swimming: The boys swim team went 1-1 this week as they defeated Tower Hill (85-72) and fell to Sanford (85-81). In their win over the Hillers, Tyler Wilmore ’24 (200 free, 100 breast) and Conner Verbanas ’25 (200 IM, 500 free) each won multiple events while Theo Lawrence ’26 took gold in the 100 fly. Against the Warriors, Wilmore (200 IM, 100 breast) and Jalen Stewart ’24 (200 & 100 free) led the charge with two individual victories while Devin Wallace ’24 (50 free) and Verbanas (500 free) notched one win apiece.

    The girls swim team went 1-1 this week as they fell to #1 Tower Hill (95-55) and defeated Sanford (93-79). In their 14-point victory over Sanford, Kira Agne ’23 (200 IM, 500 free) led WFS with two individual wins while Katie Bryan ’24 (200 free) and Aubrey Ashman ’26 (100 breast) each secured one individual victory. The WFS relay teams were outstanding as they won the 200 medley (Bryan, Agne, Ashman, and Pamela Moore ’27), the 200 free (Kenzie Wilson ’26, Avery Martinenza ’25, Jillian Farley ’25, and Peri Mulveny ’23), and the 400 free (Ashman, Moore, P. Mulveny, and Agne).

    Wrestling: The Quaker wrestling team hosted Dover, First State Military Academy, Howard, Mount Pleasant, and Woodbridge in their first Quaker Classic on Saturday. Phil Crock ’23 and Kaeden Fleming ’24 each went 5-0 while Liam Sullivan ’24, Sloan Makoujy ’26, and Kyler Fleming ’27 went 4-1.
  • Week of 01/09

    Boys Basketball: The boys basketball team went 1-1 this week, defeating St. Andrew’s and losing to #4 Tower Hill. In their incredible 50-48 come-from-behind win against St. Andrew’s (the Quakers were down 28-18 at the half), Ish Dobson ’23 scored the game-winning basket on an offensive putback with ten seconds remaining! Ryan Tattersall ’25 led the Quakers with 16 points while Dobson added 15.
    In their loss to the #4 Hillers, Robby Tattersall ’23 led the Quakers with 13 points, making four FG and converting 5/7 from foul line. Dobson scored nine points and Andrew McKenzie ’24 added eight points, sinking two triples.

    Girls Basketball: The girls basketball team improved their record to 5-4 this week as they defeated St. Andrew’s and William Penn. In their win over the Saints of St. Andrew’s, Gia Cottone ’26 scored a game-high 15 points on six made FG. Ryan Weigand ’26 added 12 points while Reagan Brady ’23 and Izzy Winchell ’26 each netted six points apiece.
    In their 49-31 victory over William Penn, Brady led all scorers with 15 points, sinking three shots from beyond the three-point line. Cottone added 12 points on five made FG while Winchell netted 11 points, sinking two three-point FG and making five foul shots.
     
    Indoor Track & Field: The indoor track and field team traveled to Tower Hill on Friday afternoon to compete against 15 schools from across the State. Ellie Criscimagna ’23 and Zae Turman ’24 led the way for WFS as Criscimagna won the 3200 meter run (broke her own school record) and Turman took home gold in the triple jump. Madeline Rowland ’23 took silver in the 200 meter dash while Brina Abere ’25 tied for second in the high jump.

    Top Ten Results:
    Ellie Criscimagna: 5th in the 1600 (broke the school record)
    Brina Abere: 10th in the 200
    Declan Grubb ’24: 10th in the 200
    Sawyer Rowland ’25: 7th in the 400 (broke the school record)
    Cereniti Johnson ’26: 7th in the 200

    Girls 4 x 200 placed 3rd (S. Rowland, M. Rowland, C. Johnson, and Payton Williams ’24).


    Swimming: It was an incredible week for WFS swimming as the boys and girls won both of their meets against Tatnall and AI duPont, improving their records to 5-1. The boys outscored their opponents 176-52 in their two victories while the girls outscored the opposition by a final of 205-52.

    Winners against AI duPont for the girls:
    Kira Agne ’23: 200 free, 100 fly
    Pamela Moore ’27: 100 free, 100 back
    Lily Rashkind ’23: 500 free
    Aubrey Ashman ’26: 100 breast
    Kenzie Wilson ’26: 50 free

    Relay Winners:
    200 medley: Katie Bryan ’24, Moore, Ashman, and Agne
    200 free: Avery Martinenza ’25, Jillian Farley ’25, Wilson, and Peri Mulveny ’23
    400 free: Ashman, Moore, Agne, and P. Mulveny

    *No winner for the 200 IM was listed for the girls*

    Winners against AI duPont for the boys:
    Jalen Stewart ’24: 100 fly, 100 free
    Tyler Wilmore ’24: 100 breast, 200 IM
    Devin Wallace ’24: 50 free
    Conner Verbanas ’25: 100 back
    Theo Lawrence ’26: 200 free

    Relay Winners:
    200 medley: Nife Shoyinka ’25, Tauson Biggs ’24, Seth Reisman ’26, and Lorne McDonnell ’25
    200 free relay: Lawrence, Mason Montejo ’26, Biggs, and Reisman
    400 free: Stewart, Lawrence, Wallace, and Wilmore

    *No winner for the 500 free was listed for the boys*

    Winners against Tatnall for the girls:
    Kira Agne ’23: 200 free, 100 fly
    Aubrey Ashman ’26: 200 IM, 100 breast
    Pamela Moore ’27: 100 free, 100 back
    Peri Mulveny ’23: 50 free

    Relay winners:
    200 medley: Katie Bryan ’24, Agne, Ashman, and Moore
    200 free: Kenzie Wilson ’26, Jillian Farley ’25, Avery Martinenza ’25, and P. Mulveny
    400 free: Ashman, Moore, P. Mulveny, and Agne

    Winners against Tatnall for the boys:
    Jalen Stewart ’24: 200 IM, 100 back
    Tyler Wilmore ’24: 100 free, 100 breast
    Devin Wallace ’24: 50 free
    Conner Verbanas ’25: 200 free
    Lorne McDonnell ’25: 500 free

    Relay winners:
    200 medley: Verbanas, Stewart, Wilmore, and Wallace
    200 free: Tauson Biggs ’24, Mason Montejo ’26, McDonnell ’25, and Seth Reisman ’26
    400 free: Stewart, Verbanas, Wallace, and Wilmore

    Wrestling: The Quakers traveled to Middletown this weekend to participate in the Canal Classic. Phil Crock ’23 continued to prove himself as one of the top wrestlers in the State; Crock went 9-0 over the two-day tournament and won the 285-pound weight class. This is Crock’s third tournament win of the 2022-23 campaign. Kaeden Fleming ’24 (120-pound weight class) and Sloan Makoujy ’26 (126-pound weight class) each went 6-3 and earned 6th place in their respective weight classes.
  • Week of 01/02

    Boys Basketball: The boys basketball team captured the Quaker Classic Championship this weekend, defeating both Glasgow HS and MOT Charter HS. Robby Tattersall ’23 led the Quakers in scoring, netting a team-high 14 points in both contests. Ryan Tattersall ’25 averaged 11 points per contest over the weekend while Hudson Zawadzkas (11 points versus MOT) and Andrew McKenzie (ten points against Glasgow) also reached double-figures. They will look for their third win of the season tonight as they host Odessa HS at 5:30pm in the West Gym.

    Girls Basketball: The girls basketball team went 1-1 in the Quaker Classic, defeating William Penn HS and falling to Padua Academy in the Championship game. In their victory against the Colonials, Ryan Weigand ’26 netted a game-high 15 points while Scarlett Burleigh ’25 chipped in 12. Against Padua, WFS refused to give in as they outscored the Pandas 23-11 in the fourth quarter and forced OT on a driving layup from Izzy Winchell ’26. In OT, the Quakers came up just short, losing 57-50. Reagan Brady ’23 scored a team-high 18 points while Weigand ’26 and Gia Cottone ’26 added 14 points apiece.

    Indoor Track: The Indoor Track & Field team traveled to Staten Island, NY on Saturday to compete in the Ocean Breeze Freedom Games. The trip was certainly worth it as 21 personal records were set and five school records were broken! Zae Turman ’24 set a new school record in the triple jump, advancing to the final and placing 6th overall (out of 54 participants). Ellie Criscimagna ’23 and Jack McKelvey ’26 set school records in the 1000 meter runs while Mia Davenport ’25 and Declan Grubb ’24 broke the school records in the 600 meter runs. Cereniti Johnson ’26 turned in a tremendous performance in the 55 meter run, placing 10th overall (out of 159 runners)!!

    Swimming: The boys and girls swim team remained undefeated as they both defeated MOT Charter on Thursday afternoon. Jalen Stewart ’24 (50 free, 100 breast), Tyler Wilmore ’24 (100 free, 100 back), and Conner Verbanas ’25 (200 free, 100 fly) all won multiple events to lead the boys to a 110-42 victory over the Mustangs. In the girls 112-49 victory, Aubrey Ashman ’26 (200 IM, 100 fly) and Pamela Moore ’27 (100 free, 100 back) each won multiple events.

    Wrestling: It was another fantastic weekend for Quaker wrestling as they competed in the Delcastle Invitational on Friday and Saturday. Phil Crock ’23 continued to prove himself as one of the top wrestlers in his weight class, defeating all of his opponents en route to a 1st place finish in the 285-pound weight class. For his performance, Crock was named the tournament’s Most Outstanding Wrestler by Delaware LIVE Sports. Liam Sullivan ’24 (113-pound weight class) and Sloan Makoujy ’26 (126-pound weight class) also had outstanding tournaments as they each placed 6th in their respective weight classes.
  • State Champions!

    With their 10-7 win over #1 Caravel Academy last night, the Quaker football team won their first State Championship since 1984!

    The Quakers got on the board during their first drive of the game, covering 86 yards on 11 plays. Robby Tattersall ’23 completed five passes on the drive, the final pass to Ish Dobson ’23 for a four-yard score. After forcing the Buccaneers to punt on their next possession, the Quakers offense got right back to work as they advanced the ball down the field to the Caravel 11-yard line on 18 plays. Unable to convert on a third-down, Alessio Cristanetti-Walker ’23 came on and buried a 29-yard field goal to give the Quakers a 10-0 lead.

    The lead would remain 10-0 until midway through the fourth quarter when Caravel scored on a six-yard run to cut the lead to 10-7 with 6:46 left to play. After a couple of first downs on their next possession, the Quakers offense stalled and Ro. Tattersall punted the ball down to the Caravel seven-yard line with 2:28 left on the clock.Two plays later, with 1:49 left on the clock, Andrew McKenzie ’24 intercepted Caravel’s final pass from his safety position to seal the game for the Quakers as they earned their second State Championship in school history!

    Ro. Tattersall ’23 accounted for 232 total yards and one touchdown to lead the Quakers on offense. Dobson did a little bit of everything for WFS as he caught the lone touchdown, recorded a team-high eight tackles, and recovered one fumble. Jason Hughes ’24 had a team-high 45 receiving yards on three catches while Jaden Willie ’23 added 27 yards on four catches. Hudson Zawadzkas ’23 recorded the lone sack of the evening while Colin Harron ’23 (seven tackles), Tyler Maheshwari ’24 (six tackles), and Phil Crock ’23 (five tackles) consistently made plays at the line of scrimmage all night for WFS.
  • Week of 11/27

    Quaker football is headed to the Class 2A State Championship as they defeated St. Mark's last night, 14-0!
     
    Scoreless at halftime, Ish Dobson ’23 put the Quakers on the board at the beginning of the third quarter when he caught a six-yard touchdown pass from Robby Tattersall ’23. Moments later, Tattersall found the end zone on a 20-yard scamper to put the Quakers up 14-0. Tattersall finished the contest with 205 total yards of offense and two touchdowns. Hudson Zawadzkas ’23 had 32 yards receiving on two catches and made a critical interception in the fourth quarter to stop a Spartan drive.
     
    Phil Crock ’23 and Tyler Maheshwari ’24 led the Quakers on defense as they each posted a team-high five tackles. Colin Harron ’23 posted three tackles and one sack while Alessio Cristanetti-Walker ’23 converted both of his PATs.
     
    The Quakers will travel to Delaware Stadium on Saturday, December 10 for the Class 2A State Championship against Caravel Academy. Kickoff will begin at 6 p.m
     
  • Week of 11/20

    WFS football defeated Lake Forest 49-12 in the Quarterfinals on Friday afternoon. Robby Tattersall ’23 led the way for the Quakers, accounting for 426 total yards of offense and five touchdowns. Jaden Willie ’23 recorded four catches for 86 yards and one touchdown while Jason Hughes ’23 added 77 receiving yards on two catches and one score. Andrew McKenzie ’24 rushed for two scores and Hudson Zawadzkas ’23 caught a 12-yard pass for six. Paul Beardell ’23 and Colin Harron ’23 posted a team-high eight tackles each. Phil Crock ’23 and Ish Dobson ’23 each added seven tackles, respectively. Willie also intercepted a pass from his cornerback position. Alessio Cristanetti-Walker ’23 was perfect on extra-point attempts as he converted all seven tries.
  • Week of 11/06

    Cross Country: The boys’ and girls’ cross country team traveled to Killens Pond State Park on Saturday afternoon to compete in the DIAA Division II State Championships. The girls’ placed 8th overall (out of 30 teams) while the boys’ placed 10th (out of 29 teams)!

    Ellie Criscimagna ’23 was the first WFS girl to finish, placing 20th overall. Aubrey Ashman ’26, Layli Katirai ’26, and Ava Rubano ’24 all recorded PRs. Thomas Ellis ’23 was the first WFS boy to finish, placing 32nd overall. Thomas and Carter Fenimore ’25 both recorded PRs. To the Class of 2023, thank you for your dedication to the cross country program! We’ll miss watching you compete each and every week!

    Field Hockey: The Quakers went 2-0 this week, defeating Tower Hill (3-2 in OT) in the first round of the State Tournament and then defeating DMA (2-0) in the Quarterfinals. In their 3-2 overtime victory over the Hillers on Wednesday, Madeline Rowland put the game away three minutes into extended time with an exciting breakaway goal. Sawyer Rowland ’25 and Molly Dolan ’26 also scored goals for WFS and M. Rowland added an assist. Peri Mulveny ’23 stopped a game-high 7 shots.

    Against DMA on Saturday, M. Rowland ‘23 scored both WFS goals  against the Seahawks. Josephine Mayer ‘24 assisted on Rowland’s 2nd goal. Mulveny ’23 recorded her 2nd shutout in her 4th postseason start in goal. The Quaker defense continued to prove itself as one of the top units in the State. Led by Emma Slease ’23, Sophie Brennan ’23, Giuliana DiPrinzio ’25, and Gia Cottone ’26, the Quakers limited the Seahwaks offensive attack all afternoon as they only allowed one shot on goal.

    They will now play #1 Delmar in the Division II semifinals on Wednesday at Rullo Stadium (University of Delaware). The game is scheduled to begin at 4:00pm. 

    Football: The varsity football team defeated St. Andrew’s School 33-14 on Saturday, capping off a perfect regular season in which they claimed the Class 2A-2 District Championship and the DISC Championship. Ryan Tattersall ’25 threw for four touchdowns to four different receivers (Jaden Willie ’23, Hudson Zawadzkas ’23, Ish Dobson ’23, and Avery Gaines ’24). Andrew McKenzie ran for over 90 yards and returned a punt for a touchdown.

    They earned the #3 seed in the DIAA Class 2A tournament and will receive a first-round bye.

    Soccer: The boys’ soccer team fell to Tower Hill in overtime of the Division II Quarterfinals on Saturday, 3-2. They finish their 2022 campaign with an impressive record of 12-4. To the Class of 2023, thank you for your dedication and leadership over the the last four years - we’ll certainly miss watching you play on Mellor Field.
  • Week of 10/31

    Good luck to cross country, field hockey, and soccer who will all compete in their respective Division II State Tournaments beginning this week!

    Field Hockey: vs Tower Hill | November 9 at 2pm on Mellor Field
    Soccer: vs Tower Hill/Delmar | November 12 at 1pm on Mellor Field
    Cross Country: DIAA Division II State Championship Meet | November 12 at Killens Pond State Park (time TBD)

    To purchase tickets for the field hockey and soccer contests, please go to: https://gofan.co/app/school/DE21523. As soon as we get the specifics for cross country, we will be sure to let you know.

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    Cross Country: It was a great day at Winterthur yesterday as the boys' and girls' cross country teams competed in the New Castle County Championships. The girls' placed 11th overall (out of 29 schools) while the boys' placed 13th overall (out of 30 schools)! Ellie Criscimagna ’23 (31st overall), Aubrey Ashman ’26 (34th overall), and Layli Katirai ’26 (41st overall) were the top three finishers for the WFS girls' (competing amongst 147 runners)! Harrison Burns ’24 and Thomas Ellis ’23 led the charge for the WFS boys', placing 46th and 53rd out of 186 runners!

    Field Hockey: The varsity field hockey team won both of their matchups this week, defeating Tower Hill and Mount Pleasant. With their two victories, the Quakers ended the regular season with 12-3 record and earned the #5 seed in the Division II State Tournament. Madeline Rowland ’23 scored the lone goal in their 1-0 victory against Tower Hill off of an assist from Sara Clothier ’26. In their win over Mount Pleasant, Madeline Rowland ’23 tallied her 100th career point in an impressive three goal, one assist performance. Other members of the team that recorded points against Mount Pleasant can be found below.

    Erin Wilhelm-McKinley ’23: two assists
    Grace Terrell ’24: one goal, one assist
    Sawyer Rowland ’25: one goal, one assist
    Sophie Brennan ’23: one goal
    Emma Please ’23: one goal
    Nora Hughes ’25: one goal
    Molly Dolan ’26: one goal
    Annabelle Huxtable ’26: one goal
    Giuliana DiPrinzio '25: one goal
    Lila Rubano ’26: one assist
    Lulu Cochran ’25: one assist
    Clothier: one assist

    Football: The varsity football team remained perfect on Saturday, defeating Mount Pleasant 28-0. Jaden Willie ’23 was all over the field for the Quakers as he intercepted two Green Knight passes and returned one of them back for a touchdown. Robby Tattersall ’23 accounted for 249 total yards of offense and scored one touchdown while Andrew McKenzie ran for 44 yards and one score. Ish Dobson ’23 recorded seven tackles and returned a fumble for another defensive score.

    Soccer: The boys’ soccer team went 1-1 this week, losing to Tower Hill (2-1 in OT) and defeating St. Andrew’s (2-1). With their win over St. Andrew’s this week, the Quakers ended their regular season with an overall record of 12-3 and earned the #4 seed in the Division II State Tournament. In their 2-1 win over St. Andrew’s, Alessio Cristanetti-Walker ’23 scored both goals off of assists from Kato Connor ’25 and Aidan Patterson ’24, respectively.
  • Week of 10/24

    Cross Country: The cross-country traveled to St. Andrew’s School to compete in the DISC Championship Meet on Thursday afternoon. WFS runners continued to impress as nine runners set personal records, two runners turned in season best performances, and Ellie Criscimagna ‘23 earned All-Conference honors for her 8th place finish!So excited for the New Castle County Championships next Saturday at Winterthur Estate!
     
    Field Hockey: Quaker field hockey improved to 10-3 on Saturday, defeating St. Andrew's 2-0! Madeline Rowland ’23 and Sara Clothier ’26 scored goals while Sawyer Rowland ’25 handed out one assist. Peri Mulveny ’23 and the WFS defense posted their 7th shutout of the season.
     
    Football: The varsity football team improved to 8-0 on Friday evening, defeating Brandywine HS 42-9! Robby Tattersall ’23 accounted for 179 total yards and three touchdowns to lead the Quakers on offense while Andrew McKenzie ’24 added 65 yards and two touchdowns. Jason Hughes ’24, Avery Gaines ’24, and Ryan Tattersall ’25 had one receiving touchdown apiece. Colin Harron ’23 recorded a team-high 12 tackles and recovered a fumble in the end zone for a Quaker touchdown. Alessio Cristanetti-Walker ’23 converted on all six PATs.
     
    Soccer: The boys’ soccer team improved to 11-2 this week, defeating Wilmington Christian, St. Andrew’s, and Conrad by a combined score of 16-1. In these three victories, Alessio Cristanetti-Walker ’23 scored nine goals. Kato Connor ’25 scored three goals in their 5-1 victory over St. Andrew’s School. Carter Ross ’23 and the Quakers defense continued their dominance, posting their 5th and 6th shutouts against Wilmington Christian and Conrad. 
     
    Volleyball: In their last game of the regular season on Saturday, the WFS volleyball team defeated St. Andrew’s 3-0! Jocelyn Nathan ’23 recorded a match-high 27 digs while Temi Lufadeju ’25 added 22. Elizabeth Pisano ’25 dished out 13 assists and Scarlett Burleigh ’25 put away a match-high nine kills!
  • Week of 10/17

    Cross Country: The boys' and girls' cross country teams had so much fun competing in their first Tri-Meet of the season against Conrad and DMA on Tuesday afternoon! The boys' defeated Conrad while the girls' defeated DMA. In addition, eight WFS runners posted PRs! Good luck to all WFS runners competing in the DISC Tournament on Thursday (10/27)  at St. Andrew’s School. Races are set to begin at 3:00 pm.

    Field Hockey: The varsity field hockey team went 1-1 this week, defeating William Penn and losing to #4 Tatnall. In their win over William Penn, Madeline Rowland ’23 and Molly Dolan ’26 each scored three goals and dished out one assist. Gia Cottone ’26 and Cora Lohkamp ’26 added one goal apiece while Grace Terrell ’24, Sara Clotheir ’26, and Lila Rubano ’26 all added assists. In their 1-0 loss to Tatnall, Peri Peri Mulveny ’23 continued to prove herself as one of the top goalkeepers in the State, recording a game-high 20 saves.

    Football: The varsity football team improved to 7-0 on Friday evening, defeating #2 Howard 34-8. Robby Tattersall ’23 led the offensive charge as he accounted for 293 total yards of offense and scored a touchdown. Andrew McKenzie ’24 ran for 55 yards and punched in three scores while Hudson Zawadzkas ’23 hauled in three catches for 88 yards. On defense, Phil Crock ’23 recorded a team-high nine tackles while Jason Hughes ’24 and Ryan Tattersall ’25 each intercepted passes from the Wildcats quarterback. Ish Dobson ’23 and Ro. Tattersall each blocked punts as well. Alessio Cristanetti-Walker ’23 made all four extra-point attempts and drilled two field goals. 

    Soccer: In an incredible match, the boys’ soccer team fell to #1 Caravel Academy 2-1 in overtime on Tuesday evening. Alessio Cristanetti-Walker ’23 scored the lone goal for WFS off of a Zac Antao ’24 assist. The Quaker defense was incredible all evening, limiting the Buccaneers scoring chances. Carter Ross ’23 recorded a match-high six saves.

    Volleyball: The varsity volleyball team went 1-2 this week, defeating Wilmington Christian and dropping matches to Padua and #5 Tower Hill. Down 0-2 to Wilmington Christian, the Quakers refused to give in and earned their fourth straight win on Tuesday evening. Jocelyn Nathan ’23 recorded 30 digs and served up eight aces to lead WFS. Elizabeth Pisano ’25 dished out 34 assists and served up seven aces. Ellie Dealy ’24 put away 12 kills while Violet Perloff ’24 added 10.
  • Homecoming Weekend

    It was an exciting Homecoming Weekend for WFS Athletics as volleyball, field hockey, soccer, and football all extended their win streaks and 19 WFS runners set personal records on the XC trails! Recaps are below. 

    Volleyball won their 3rd straight match, defeating St. Andrew’s 3-0 on Friday! Jocelyn Nathan ’23 recorded a match-high 21 digs, handed out eight assists, and served up six aces. Violet Perloff ’24 put away a team-high eight kills while Ellie Dealy ’24 added five kills. Elizabeth Pisano ’25 dished out a team-high ten assists.

    19 WFS runners set PRs at the Joe O'Neill XC Invitational on Friday afternoon! Ellie Criscimagna ’23 turned in a terrific performance, placing 27th overall out of 176 runners! Aubrey Ashman ’26 and Layli Katirai ’26 placed 2nd and 3rd for the WFS girls, respectively. On the boys’ side, Thomas Ellis ’23, Harrison Burns ’24, and Jack McKelvey ’26 were the top 3 finishers!

    Field Hockey won their 5th game in a row on Saturday as they defeated St. Andrew’s 5-0! Madeline Rowland ’23 scored three goals and handed out two assists to lead WFS while Cora Lohkamp ’26 and Gia Cottone ’26 scored one goal apiece. Lohkamp also added an assist. Peri Mulveny ’23 and the Quaker defense posted their 5th shutout of the season!

    Soccer won their 3rd straight match on Saturday, defeating Tatnall 5-1. Alessio Cristanetti-Walker ’23 netted three goals while Robbie Lohkamp ’24 and Josh Weigand ’24 scored one goal apiece. Rohan Mandayam ’23 assisted on two goals while Lohkamp and Kato Connor ’25 each handed out one.

    Football improved to 6-0 on Saturday, defeating Mt. Zion Preparatory Academy 34-0. Jaden Willie ’23 intercepted two passes and returned one for a TD. Paul Beardell ’23 recorded an interception and caught a 15-yard TD pass. Robby Tattersall ’23 accounted for 138 total yards and three TDs (two passing, one rushing) while Jason Hughes ’24 added two catches for 15 yards and one TD. Alessio Cristanetti-Walker ’23 went 2/2 on PATs and belted two FGs.
  • Week of 10/03

    Field Hockey: The varsity field hockey team improved to 5-2 last week, defeating Sanford 3-0. Madeline Rowland ‘23 scored one goal and handed out one assist to lead the offensive charge. Sawyer Rowland ‘25 and Lila Rubano ‘26 netted one goal apiece while Sara Clothier ‘26 dished out one assist. Peri Mulveny ‘23 made three saves on the afternoon as the Quaker defense held their opponent scoreless for the fourth time this season.

    Football: The Quakers improved to 5-0 this weekend, defeating Glasgow 44-6. Robby Tattersall ’23 accounted for 129 total yards and threw for three scores. Andrew McKenzie ’24 ran for 70 yards, tallied another 54 receiving yards, and scored three touchdowns. Jaden Willie ’23 and Hudson Zawadzkas ’23 each had touchdown receptions and Steven Morris ’24 scored one on the ground. Alessio Cristanetti-Walker ’23 buried all five PATs and made a 35-yard field goal. Phil Crock ’23 led the defensive charge with nine tackles while Colin Harron ’23 and Tyler Maheshwari ’24 added seven and six tackles, respectively.

    Volleyball: The varsity volleyball team went 1-1 this week, falling to #4 Tower Hill and defeating Sanford. In their 3-1 victory over Sanford, Jocelyn Nathan ’23 did a little bit of everything in the Quakers victory as she handed out 31 assists, recorded 11 digs, put away nine kills, and served up six aces. Temi Lufadeju ’25 recorded a team-high 22 digs and put away six kills while Violet Perloff ’24 and Scarlett Burleigh ’25 led WFS with 12 kills each.
  • Week of 09/26


    Field Hockey: The varsity field hockey team won in exciting fashion on Wednesday afternoon as Cora Lohkamp ’26 scored the game-winning goal in overtime off of a beautiful assist from Sawyer Rowland ’25! Peri Mulveny ’23 and the Quaker defense pitched their 3rd shutout in four games. 
     
    Football: The varsity football team improved to 4-0 on Saturday, defeating Archmere 34-9. Robby Tattersall ’23 accounted for 267 yards of total offense and three touchdowns (two rushing, one passing). Ryan Tattersall ’25 intercepted an Auks pass and returned it 29 yards for six. Jaden Willie ’23 and Andrew McKenzie ’24 each scored touchdowns for WFS while Alessio Cristanetti-Walker ’23 converted 4/5 PATs and forced one fumble. Phil Crock ’23 and Colin Harron ’23 each led the team with six tackles; Harron also recorded a strip sack of the Archmere quarterback. Tyler Maheshwari ’24 recovered two fumbles. 
     
    Soccer: #4 WFS fell to #5 Tower Hill on Wednesday afternoon, 2-0. The boys, now 5-1, will look to get back on track when they travel to Sanford School on October 11. 
  • Week of 09/19

    Cross Country: It was a huge day for the boys’ and girl’s XC teams at the Salesianum Invitational on Saturday afternoon! The girls’ placed 3rd in the Small School Division while the boys’ placed 4th in the Small School Division! Individually, six WFS runners earned medals.
     
    Medal Winners 
    Ellie Criscimagna ’23 - 8th overall in the Girls’ Varsity race.
    Aubrey Ashman ’26 - 9th overall in the Girls’ Varsity race.
    Layli Katirai ’26 - 15th overall  in the Girls’ Varsity race.
    Harrison Burns ’24 - 10th overall in the Boys’ Varsity race.
    Thomas Ellis ’23 - 19th overall in the Boys’ Varsity race.
    Max Rosenthal ’23 - 13th overall in the Boys JV A race.
     
    Football: The varsity football team improved to 3-0, defeating Tower Hill 43-7 on Friday evening. Robby Tattersall ’23 had 290 total yards of offense and accounted for five touchdowns. Hudson Zawadzkas ’23 hauled in five receptions for 80 yards and a score while Ish Dobson ’23 ran an interception back for a Quaker touchdown. Alessio Cristanetti-Walker ’23 made four PATs and booted a field-goal from 34-yards out. 
     
    Field Hockey: The girls’ field hockey team went 1-1 this week, defeating MOT Charter, 6-0 and losing to Tatnall, 2-1. In their win over MOT, Madeline Rowland ‘23 and Gia Cottone ‘26 each scored two goals while Sawyer Rowland ‘25 and Molly Dolan ‘26 added one apiece. M. Rowland, S. Rowland, Reese Bryson ‘25, Dolan, and Cora Lohkamp ‘26 all handed out assists. The Quaker defense posted their second shutout of the season, not allowing any shots on goal! 
     
    In their 2-1 loss against Tatnall, Mulveny recorded a game-high ten saves. S. Rowland ’25 scored the lone goal off of an assist from M. Rowland. 
     
    Soccer: The varsity soccer team went 2-0 this week, defeating Concord and Tatnall by a combined score of 12-0. In their 5-0 win over Concord, Alessio Cristanetti-Walker ’23 found the back of the net four times and Chaz Manolakos ’23 added one goal and one assist. Kato Connor ’25 continued to set his teammates up for success, handing out a team-high two assists while Robbie Lohkamp ’24 and George Rossi ’24 each handed out one. 
     
    In their 7-0 win over Tatnall, Manolakos ‘23 scored three goals and had three assists. Cristanetti-Walker ‘23 scored two goals and had two assists. Rohan Mandayam ‘23 and Collier Zug ‘24 rounded out the scoring for WFS while Aidan Patterson ‘24 and Connor ‘25 added assists.
     
    Volleyball: The varsity volleyball team fell to the Charter School of Wilmington and Tatnall this week. Jocelyn Nathan ’23 continued her impressive senior campaign, recording a combined 43 digs over both matches. Scarlett Burleigh ’25 put away a team-high six kills in their loss against Tatnall while Temi Lufadeju ’25 led the team will six against Charter School of Wilmington. Elizabeth Pisano ’25 handed out a combined 23 assists during their two matches.
  • Week of 09/12

    Cross Country: It was a great day for WFS XC on Friday as 13 runners set PR’s at the 2022 White Clay Creek Classic. Some notable performances: 
     
    Ellie Criscimagna ’23 placed 10th amongst senior girls. 
    Aubrey Ashman ’26 placed 12th amongst first-year girls (PR). 
    Jack McKelvey ’26 placed 12th amongst first-year boys (PR).
    Carter Fenimore ’25 placed 13th amongst sophomore boys (PR).
    Harrison Burns ’24 placed 14th amongst junior boys (PR).
    Layli Katirai ’26 placed 14th amongst first-year girls (PR).
     
    Avery Krasulja ’26, Seth Reisman ’26, Jov Levin ’26, Ian McQuillan ’26, Ellie Driscoll ’25, Anna Maansson ’25, Liam Sullivan ’24, and Francis Murphy ’24 all set PR’s for WFS as well!
     
    Field Hockey: The field hockey team went 1-1 this week, losing to #1 Delmar and defeating Wilmington Christian. In their loss to #1 Delmar, Peri Mulveny ’23 was sensational in goal as she made 28 stops on the afternoon. In their 1-0 victory against the Warriors of Wilmington Christian, Madeline Rowland ’23 fed Cora Lohkamp ’26 for a beautiful goal in the first period. 
     
    Football: The WFS football team defeated Tatnall on Saturday, 44-0. Robby Tattersall ’23 accounted for 233 yards and three TDs (two passing, one rushing). Hudson Zawadzkas ’23 had 114 receiving yards on six receptions while Andrew McKenzie ’24 had 102 total yards (77 rushing, 25 receiving). Both Zawadzkas and McKenzie scored once. Paul Beardell ’23 scored twice, scoring one from six yards out on the ground and catching a 13-yard pass from Tattersall. Steven Morris ’24 rounded out the scoring for the Quakers when he scored on the ground from five yards out. 
     
    Avery Gaines ’24 and Ryan Tattersall ’25 intercepted passes for WFS while Phil Crock ’23 recorded a tackle-for-loss that resulted in a safety. 
     
    Soccer: WFS soccer remained perfect on Friday, defeating Wilmington Christian 10-0. Alessio Cristanetti-Walker ’23 netted four goals while Chaz Manolakos ’23, Rohan Mandayam ’23, Collier Zug ’24, Aidan Patterson ’24, Kato Connor ’25, Ujay Bhuva ’25, and Nico Froio ’26 added one each. 
     
    Volleyball: Quaker volleyball fell to #1 St. Mark’s and Wilmington Christian this week. Jocelyn Nathan ’23 tallied 66 digs over two matches, recording a match-high 48 digs in their five-set loss against Wilmington Christian. Scarlett Burleigh ’25 recorded a team-high eight kills against St. Mark’s; Temi Lufadeju ’25 and Violet Perloff ’24 recorded a team-high 8 kills against Wilmington Christian. Elizabeth Pisano ’25 handed out 43 assists over two matches, dishing out a match-high 30 assists against the Warriors of Wilmington Christian.
  • Week of 09/05

    Cross Country: The boys’ and girls’ XC teams traveled to Unionville HS on Saturday to compete in the Unionville Two Mile Bash. It was an extremely successful day as 22 runners improved from their time trials three weeks ago. 
     
    Aubrey Ashman ’26 and Layli Katirai ’26 each medaled in the Freshman Girls Heat, placing 21st and 25th amongst their stiff competition! Ellie Criscimagna ’23 placed 36th out of 134 runners in the Senior Girls Heat. Thomas Ellis ’23, Harrison Burns ’24, and Carter Fernimore ’25 were the top-three finishers for the boys.
     
    Field Hockey: The Quaker field hockey team won their season opener against Sanford, 7-2. Madeline Rowland ’23, Sawyer Rowland ’25, and Molly Dolan ’26 each netted two goals while Cora Lohkamp ’26 added one. M. Rowland and Sara Clothier ’26 each dished out two assists and Sophie Brennan ’23 added one. Peri Mulveny ’23 posted four saves. 
     
    Football: The football team took care of business against Delmar on Friday night, defeating the Wildcats 31-6. Robby Tattersall ’23 threw for 108 yards, ran for another 99, and accounted for three TD’s (two rushing, one passing). Andrew McKenzie ’24 ran for 81 yards and one touchdown on 16 carries. Jaden Willie ’23 recorded four catches for 37 yards and one TD. Alessio Cristanetti-Walker ’23 converted on all four PATs and booted a 28-yard field goal. 
     
    The Quakers defense and special teams units created havoc all evening as they blocked two kicks (one punt, one PAT), intercepted a pass courtesy of McKenzie, and sacked the Delmar QB once for a 12-yard loss on a great rush by Hudson Zawadzkas ’23. 
     
    Soccer: The boys soccer team went 2-0 this week, defeating both Sanford and Dover by final scores of 2-1. In their victory over Sanford, Kato Connor ’25 and Robbie Lohkamp ’24 each scored one goal apiece to lead the scoring charge. Chaz Manolakos ’23 and Connor handed out assists. 
     
    In an exciting 2-1 overtime victory on Saturday against Dover, Lohkamp found the back off of a nice assist from Connor to win the match! Rohan Mandayam ‘23 netted the other Quaker goal off of another Connor assist.
     
    Volleyball: The Quaker volleyball team opened up the 2022 campaign with a victory, defeating Sanford 3-0! Jocelyn Nathan ’23 led the way with a team-high 15 digs and five aces. Violet Perloff ’24 recorded a team-high six kills while Ellie Dealy ’24 added five kills and nine digs. Elizabeth Pisano ’25 handed out a team-high 14 assists.
  • Spring Review



    Boys’ Tennis
    : The boys’ tennis team had an incredible year this spring, capturing their first winning season since 2014 with an overall record of 9-4. The highlight of the season was defeating perennial power and #5 ranked St. Andrew’s School for the first time since 2015!

    Congrats to the following members of the boys' tennis team who made it to the Quarterfinals in their respective DIAA State Tournament brackets!

    Silas Montana ’25, 1st Singles
    Collier Zug ’24/Rasheed Bashir ’24, 1st Doubles
    Tauson Biggs ’24/Devin Wallace ’24, 2nd Doubles

    Girls’ Tennis: For the first time in school history, the girls’ tennis team won the DIAA Team State Championship with 19 total points! Aubrey Nisbet ’23 and Alexis Montana ’22 led the way for WFS as they each won Individual State Championships at 1st and 2nd singles!

    In a total team effort, the Doubles teams' of Macy Volp ’22/Sarah Levenson ’24 (1st) and Tess Wolf ’24/Jamie Feldman ’24 (2nd) earned two key points apiece in the DIAA State Tournament, advancing to the Quarterfinals in their respective brackets. At 3rd Singles, Ava Rubano ’24 won multiple matches and made her way to the Semifinals.

    In addition to winning the State Championship, the girls' went undefeated against all conference opponents en route to securing the DISC championship. 

    Golf: The golf team, competing against all of the best teams that Delaware has to offer, went 3-11-2 this spring. Jake Bryson ’23, Josephine Wellons ’23, and Zac Antao ’24 all qualified for the DIAA State Tournament. Wellons, who shot a two-day total of 166, finished 7th overall in the Girls’ Individual Championship. Antao finished 20th overall in the Boys’ Individual Championship with a two-day total of 165. 

    Post-Season Honors
    Josephine Wellons ’23: 2nd Team All-State

    Baseball: The baseball team battled through one of the toughest schedules in the State, finishing with an overall record of 8-10. The Quakers went 6-2 in the Delaware Independent Schools Conference, beating Sanford, St. Andrew's, and Tatnall two times apiece. Moreover, WFS defeated two teams that qualified for the DIAA State Tournament. 

    Post-Season Honors
    Corey Silberglied ’22: Honorable Mention All-State, 1st Team All-Conference
    Nathaniel Huxtable ’22: 1st Team All-Conference, Blue-Gold All-Star Game participant, selected to the Delaware North Carpenter Cup team
    Adin Shweiki ’22: 1st Team All-Conference
    Jason Hughes ’24: 2nd Team All-Conference 
    Avery Gaines ’24: Honorable Mention All-Conference
    Braeden Pantano ’25: Honorable Mention All-Conference

    Girls’ Soccer: The girls’ soccer team finished their 2022 campaign with a regular season record of 10-4-1, going 8-2 in the challenging Delaware Independent Schools Conference. The girls’, who earned the #7 seed in the DIAA Division 2 State Tournament, were well-balanced throughout the year as they outscored their opponents 54-28 and posted seven shutouts.

    Post-Season Honors
    Reagan Brady ’23: 1st Team All-State, 1st Team All-Conference
    Giuliana DiPrinzio ’25: 1st Team All-Conference
    Ryan Weigand ’26: 1st Team All-Conference
    Peri Mulveny ’23: 1st Team All-Conference
    Ellie Criscimagna ’23: 2nd Team All-Conference
    Gianna Cottone ’25: 2nd Team All-Conference
    Simran Dattani ’24: 2nd Team All-Conference
    Ellie Driscoll ’25: 2nd Team All-Conference
    Emma Slease ’23: 2nd Team All-Conference
    Maddie Osbourn ’22: Blue-White Senior Game participant 

    Outdoor Track & Field: The Quaker track & field team had a strong showing at the 2022 DIAA State Championship meet. Margo Gramiak ’22 finished 2nd in the 300 meter hurdles, 6th in the long jump, 7th in the 100 meter hurdles, and 10th in the 200. Max Leffler ’22 capped off his excellent career with three strong performances as he placed 3rd in the 800, 3rd in the 1600, and 4th in the 3200. Shiloh Connor ’22 placed 5th in the long jump and Zae Turman ’24 finished 7th in the triple jump. Marcel Stewart ’22 placed 10th in the 400 and 11th in the 800 to round out the WFS individual performances.

    The following relay teams (see below) also recorded season bests’ at the State Championship Meet as well!

    Boys’ 4x800: Matt Renzulli ’22, Liam Sullivan ’24, Jalen Stewart ’24, M. Stewart
    Boys’ 4x200: Alex Brennan ’23, Mitchell Brenner ’24, J. Stewart, Turman
    Boys’ 4x100: Brenner, Turman, Brennan, J. Stewart

    Girls’ 4x100: Brina Abere ’25, Mimi Terranova ’22, Greta Munch ’25, Payton Williams ’24

    Post-Season Honors
    Max Leffler ’22: All-County 
    Margo Gramiak ’22: All-County 

    Girls’ Lacrosse: The girls’ lacrosse team continued to prove themselves as one of the top programs in the State of Delaware this season, advancing to the DIAA State Tournament for the second year in a row. After their 9-6 regular season campaign, the Quakers earned the #10 seed and a matchup with Ursuline Academy in the First Round. In an exciting contest, the girls’ avenged an early season loss to Ursuline and defeated the Raiders 10-9!

    Post-Season Honors
    Alexa Donahue ’22: Honorable Mention All-State, 1st Team All-Conference
    Kaely Tornek ’22: Honorable Mention All-State, 1st Team All-Conference
    Lucy Wood ’22: Honorable Mention All-State, 1st Team All-Conference
    Madeline Rowland ’23: Honorable Mention All-State, 1st Team All-Conference
    Allie Saber ’22: 2nd Team All-Conference
    Grace Terrell ’24: 2nd Team All-Conference
    Lilly Hebert ’25: 2nd Team All-Conference
    Molly Dolan ’26: Honorable Mention All-Conference

    Boys’ Lacrosse: The boys’ lacrosse team had another terrific year this spring, advancing to the DIAA State Tournament for the second consecutive season. After going 9-6 in the regular season and outsourcing their opponents 167-109, the boys’ earned the #9 seed and faced off against Tower Hill in the First Round. In their matchup against the Hillers, the Quakers led throughout and defeated them 16-9; their second win against Tower Hill this season and their first win in the DIAA State Tournament since 2018!

    Post-Season Honors
    Jackson Redd ’23: 2nd Team All-State, 1st Team All-Conference
    Kevin Dolan ’24: 1st Team All-Conference
    Nick Winchell ’24: 1st Team All-Conference
    Cole Morris ’22: 2nd Team All-Conference, Blue-White Senior Game participant 
    Andrew McKenzie ’24: 2nd Team All-Conference
    Donnie Morton ’22: Blue-White Senior Game participant 
    A.P. Rossi ’22: Blue-White Senior Game participant 
    RJ Toogood ’22: Blue-White Senior Game participant
  • Week of 05/23

    Girls’ Tennis: For the first time in school history on Wednesday afternoon, the girls’ tennis team won the DIAA Team State Championship with 19 total points! Aubrey Nisbet ’23 and Alexis Montana ’22 led the way for WFS as they each won Individual State Championships at 1st and 2nd singles!

    After dropping the first set 6-7 in her Championship Match, Nisbet came back firing to win the next two sets (6-0, 6-4) and won her second DIAA First Singles State Championship. Montana wrapped up her WFS tennis career on a high note yesterday, capturing the DIAA Second Singles State Championship in straight sets.

    In a total team effort, the Doubles teams' of  Macy Volp ’22/Sarah Levenson ’24 (1st) and Tess Wolf ’24/Jamie Feldman ’24 (2nd) earned two key points apiece in the DIAA State Tournament, advancing to the Quarterfinals in their respective brackets. At 3rd Singles, Ava Rubano ’24 won multiple matches and made her way all the way to the Semifinals!

    Congrats to this incredible group for making school history! 

    Boys’ Lacrosse: On Wednesday evening, #9 WFS toppled Tower Hill 16-9 in the First Round of the DIAA STate Tournament! Cole Morris ’22 scored a game-high six goals while A.P. Rossi ’22 and Kevin Dolan ’24 each recorded hat tricks to lead the Quakers in the scoring department! Jackson Redd ’23 and Nick Winchell ’24 combined for four goals and seven helpers as Redd dished out a game-high four assists.

    In the Quarterfinals on Saturday, WFS fell to #1 Archmere, 14-7. Nick Winchell ’24 led the way, scoring a team-high two goals and handing out two assists. Jackson Redd ’23 added two goals while Cole Morris ’22, RJ Toogood ’22, and Kevin Dolan ’24 each scored one.

    Track & Field: Last Wednesday, Margo Gramiak ‘22 and Max Leffler ‘22 competed in the DIAA Meet of Champions. Gramiak finished 4th in the 300 hurdles while Leffler placed 6th in the 800 (both results were personal bests)!!
  • Week of 05/16

    Track & Field: The track and field team competed in the DIAA State Championships this past weekend at Dover HS. Margo Gramiak ’22 finished 2nd in the 300 meter hurdles, 6th in the long jump, 7th in the 100 meter hurdles, and 10th in the 200. Max Leffler ’22 capped off his excellent career with three strong performances as he placed 3rd in the 800, 3rd in the 1600, and 4th in the 3200. Shiloh Connor ’22 placed 5th in the long jump and Zae Turman ’24 finished 7th in the triple jump. Marcel Stewart ’22 placed 10th in the 400 and 11th in the 800 to round out the WFS individual performances.

    The following relay teams (see below) also recorded season bests’ this weekend as well!

    Boys’ 4x800: Matt Renzulli ’22, Liam Sullivan ’24, Jalen Stewart ’24, M. Stewart
    Boys’ 4x200: Alex Brennan ’23, Mitchell Brenner ’24, J. Stewart, Turman
    Boys’ 4x100: Brenner, Turman, Brennan, J. Stewart
    Girls’ 4x100: Brina Abere ’25, Mimi Terranova ’22, Greta Munch ’25, Payton Williams ’24

    For their efforts, Leffler and Gramiak will be named to their respective All-State teams.

    Baseball: Quaker baseball ended their 2022 campaign with two big wins, defeating St. Andrew’s and Charter. In their 21-3 win over St. Andrew’s, Braedan Pantano ’25 threw a complete five-inning game on the Quakers' Senior Day striking out three and walking one on 62 pitches. Senior Corey Silberglied ’22 drove in four on a grand slam home run while fellow seniors Adin Shweiki ’22 (4) and Nathaniel Huxtable ’22 (2) each drove in multiple runs. Sophomore Jason Hughes ’24 paced the Quaker attack one a 4-4 day with three RBI. First-year players Jack Heckles ’25 and Ryan Tattersall ’25 each recorded three hits and scored four runs apiece.

    On Friday, the Quakers defeated Charter 7-6! Silberglied picked up his final win as a senior starter, lasting five innings, striking out three and surrendering two earned runs. Silberglied also tripled and drove in two runs. Avery Gaines ’24 drove in two in the first on a two-out, two-strike pitch. Huxtable, Shweiki, and Osi Chukwuocha ’22 also delivered RBI for the Quakers. Shweiki surrendered one earned run in relief.

    Girls’ Lacrosse: In an exciting First Round game of the DIAA State Tournament, the girls’ lacrosse team upset #7 Ursuline Academy 10-9! Lilly Hebert ’25 scored a game-high four goals while Alexa Donahue ’22 dished out a game-high three assists. Lucy Wood ’22 continued her stellar play in goal, posting ten saves. 

    On Saturday, their season came to an end as they fell to #2 Sussex Academy in the Quarterfinals, 15-5. Lucy Wood ‘22 was incredible in goal, recording a game-high 16 saves.

    Girls’ Soccer: The Quakers fell to Ursuline Academy in the First Round of the DIAA State Tournament this morning, 2-0. Ellie Driscoll ‘25 made a game-high seven saves.

    Golf: The golf team lost both of their matches this week, losing to Caesar Rodney and Charter. Josephine Wellons ’23 earned Medalist Honors against Charter, carding a low-round of 39 (+3) on the afternoon. Against Caesar Rodney, Jake Bryson ’23 fired a team-best 42.

    Tennis: Good luck to all WFS tennis players competing in the 2nd and 3rd Rounds tomorrow afternoon - go blue!

    Girls’ Tennis Locations for Monday, May 23 (2nd & 3rd Round)

    1st Singles: #1 Aubrey Nisbet ’23 @ Caesar Rodney HS, 1:00 pm
    2nd Singles: #1 Alexis Montana ’22 @ Caesar Rodney HS, 2:00 pm
    3rd Singles: #3 Ava Rubano ’24 @ Dover HS, 1:00 pm
    1st Doubles: #7 Volp ’22/Levenson ’24 @ Smyrna HS, 1:00 pm
    2nd Doubles: #7 Wolf ’24/Feldman ’24 @ Smyrna HS, 2:00 pm

    Boys’ Tennis Locations for Monday, May 23 (2nd & 3rd Round)

    1st Singles: #6 Silas Montana ’25 @ St. Andrew’s, 1:00 pm
    2nd Singles: #7 Jakob Middlebrooks ’22 @ St. Andrew’s, 1:00 pm
    3rd Singles: #5 Ethan Shilling ’22 @ Odessa HS, 1:00 pm
    1st Doubles: #6 Zug ’24/Bashir ’24 @ Middletown HS, 1:00 pm
    2nd Doubles: #7 Biggs ’24/Wallace ’24 @ Appoquinimink HS, 1:00 pm

    Boys’ Lacrosse: The boys' lacrosse team, seeded #9 after their 9-6 regular season, will travel to #8 Tower Hill on Wednesday, May 25 to compete against the Hillers in the First Round of the DIAA State Tournament. The game is scheduled to begin at 7:00 pm at DeGroat Field and tickets can be purchased here.
  • Week of 05/09


    Boys’ Tennis
    : With their win over Mount Pleasant on Monday afternoon, the boys’ tennis team captured their first winning season since 2014! So proud of this group and cannot wait to see what they accomplish at States!

    Girls’ Tennis: With their wins over Mount Pleasant (4-1 on Monday) and St. Andrew’s (3-2 today), the girls’ finished their regular season with a 13-1 record and captured the DISC Championship! Excited to see how this group performs at States!

    Baseball: The varsity baseball team lost both of their matchups this week, falling to PolyTech and Concord. In their 5-4 loss to PolyTech, Adin Shweiki ’22 scattered four hits over seven innings of work. In their 11-0 loss to Concord, Osi Chukwuocha ’22 belted a double.

    Boys’ Lacrosse: The boys’ lacrosse team went 1-1 this week, finishing their regular season with an overall record of 9-6. In their 12-6 loss against #3 Archmere, RJ Toogood ’22 and Nick Winchell ’24 each scored two goals and added one assist.

    Girls’ Lacrosse: The girls’ lacrosse team went 2-1 this week, finishing their regular season with an overall record of 9-6. In their two wins against DMA and Sanford, the girls’ outscored their opponents 43-12. Alexa Donahue ’22 and Lilly Hebert ’25 led WFS in the scoring department, each scoring nine goals in their two victories. Kaely Tornek ’22 was right behind them, netting eight goals in their wins over the Seahawks and Warriors.

    Golf: The WFS golf team battled against #1 Archmere this week. Josephine Wellons ’23 (40), Zac Antao ’24 (42), and Jake Bryson ’23 (45) were the top 3 finishers for WFS. They will have two final matches this week against Caesar Rodney and Charter before they participate in the DIAA Golf State Championships.

    Girls’ Soccer: After a tough loss against #3 St. Mark’s on Monday, the girls’ bounced back and defeated Wilmington Christian 5-0 to improve their record to 10-3-1. In their victory over the Warriors, the Quakers posted their 7th shutout of the season! They will look for win number 11 on Monday afternoon when they host St. Andrew’s on Tattersall Field at 4:00 pm. Go Blue!

    Track & Field: The track & field team competed at the New Castle County Championships this weekend! Max Leffler ’22 placed 2nd in the 3200, 5th in the 1600, and 6th in the 800. Margo Gramiak ’22 earned bronze in the 300 hurdles and finished 4th in the long jump. Marcel Stewart ’22 earned an 8th place finish in the 1600 while Zae Turman ’24 finished 9th in the triple jump.
  • Week of 05/02

    Baseball: The varsity baseball team fell to two talented squads this week, losing to both Newark Charter and Tower Hill. In their 7-3 loss against the Patriots of Newark Charter, Corey Silberglied ’22 recorded three hits and drove in a run for WFS. Against Tower, Avery Gaines ’24 led the offensive attack with two hits. They’ll look to get back on track this upcoming Tuesday afternoon when they play PolyTech at Frawley. First pitch is scheduled for 3:30 pm.

    Golf: The WFS golf team competed against Brandywine HS last week in Match Play. Josephine Wellons ’23 and Zac Antao ’24 continued their impressive 2022 campaigns, each defeating their opponent. Wellons defeated her opponent 3 and 2 while Antao took care of business in similar fashion, defeating his opponent 4 and 3.

    Boys’ Lacrosse: After a tough 11-10 loss against Delaware Military Academy on Tuesday evening, the boys’ lacrosse team got back on track with a 15-11 win over Tower Hill on Friday evening. Jackson Redd ’23 led the offensive attack, scoring a team-high four goals and adding another four assists. RJ Toogood ’22 netted a hat trick while A.P. Rossi ’22 added two goals. Nick Winchell ’24 finished second on the team with three assists.

    Girls’ Lacrosse: The girls lacrosse team went 1-1 this week, losing to Tower Hill 18-17 and defeating Padua 15-6. In their matchup with the Hillers, Alexa Donahue ’22 accounted for a game-high 11 points (4 goals, 7 assists) while Lily Hebert ’25 netted a game-high five goals. Lucy Wood ’22 continued to prove herself as one of the top goalies in the State, recorded a game-high 18 saves. In their 15-6 win over Padua, Donahue, Hebert, Kaely Tornek ’22, and Lily Zawadzkas ’25 all recorded hat tricks to lead WFS in scoring.

    Girls’ Soccer: After a tough loss against Archmere on Monday afternoon, the WFS soccer team battled back and improved their record to 9-2-1 with a huge 2-0 victory over Tower Hill on Thursday afternoon. The Quakers, who outshot the Hillers nine to two, were led by Ryan Weigand ’26 in the scoring department as she netted both goals. Ellie Criscimagna ’23 recorded one assist and Ellie Driscoll ’25 recorded two saves. The Quaker defense continued their strong play, helping the squad post their 6th shutout.

    Boys’ Tennis: The boys’ tennis team went 1-1 this week, defeating AI DuPont (4-1) and losing to #2 Tower Hill (5-0). In their 4-1 victory over AI, Silas Montana ’25 and Ethan Shilling ’22 both won their matches in convincing fashion at 1st and 2nd singles and neither player dropped a single game. Tauson Biggs ’24 and Devin Wallace ’24 cruised to a straight-set victory at 1st doubles (6-2, 6-2) as did the 2nd doubles team of Pier-Paolo Ergueta ’22 and William Medford ’22 (6-1, 6-0).

    Girls’ Tennis: It was another clean sweep for girls’ tennis this week as they went a perfect 3-0, extending their win-streak to eight matches. After their 5-0 victory over AI DuPont on Monday, the girls’ won two close matches against Ursuline (3-2) and Tower Hill (3-2). In both matches, Aubrey Nisbet ’23, Alexis Montana ’22, and Ava Rubano ’24 won their matchups at 1st, 2nd, and 3rd singles.

    Track and Field: In their final meet of the regular season, the track & field team traveled to Caravel Academy where they had a wildly successful afternoon. In this dual-meet, 15 WFS athletes set personal bests!

    Zae Turman ’24(100)
    Shiloh Connor ’22 (100)
    Greta Munch ’25 (100, 400, open 200)
    Liam Sullivan ’24(800 split, 3200, 400 split)
    Margo Gramiak ’22 (200)
    Caelen Grubb ’22 (200)
    Payton Williams ’24 (200, 400)
    Jalen Stewart ’24 (800, 1600)
    Brina Abere ’25 (200, 400 split)
    Sameer Vidwans ’23 (1600, 400 split)
    Harrison Burns ’24 (1600, 800, 400 split)
    Alex Brennan ’23 (800 split, 100 split)
    Max Rosenthal ’23 (1600, 400)
    Max Leffler ’22 (400, 3200)
    Marcel Stewart ’22 (400, 200)
  • Week of 04/25

    Boys’ Lacrosse: The boys’ lacrosse team went 1-1 last week, defeating Tatnall 15-6 and falling to St. Andrew’s, 6-5. In their 15-6 victory, Jackson Redd ’23 scored a game-high six goals while Kevin Dolan ’24 netted four. Cole Morris ’22 added three goals and Nick Winchell ’24 led the team with four assists.

    Baseball: The baseball team went 2-0 last week, defeating Tatnall and St. Andrew's school by a combined score of 28-10. In their 21-6 victory over St. Andrew's, Avery Gaines ‘24 and Nathaniel Huxtable ‘22 each recorded four RBI for the Quakers with Huxtable tallying his on two doubles and a home run while Gaines got his on a grand slam. Braedan Pantano ‘25 pitched a complete five-inning game, striking out four and walking none on 76 pitches to record his first varsity win as a starter. Jason Hughes ‘24, Ryan Tattersall ‘25, and Carter Ross ‘23 each tallied multiple hits for the Quakers. Andrew Huff ‘24, Hughes, Corey Silberglied ‘22, and Tattersall all added doubles to the effort.

    Girls’ Lacrosse: After two tough losses to start the week against Tatnall and St. Mark’s, the girls’ lacrosse team got back to their winning ways on Friday afternoon against St. Andrew’s. In their 20-3 victory over the Saints from St. Andrew’s,  Madeline Rowland ’23 tallied a game-high nine points (five goals, four assists) while Lily Hebert ’25 scored four goals. Lily Zawadzkas ’25 and Molly Dolan ’26 each scored hat tricks for the Quakers as well.

    Girls’ Tennis: Girls’ tennis continued to roll, defeating Tatnall (5-0) and St. Andrew’s (3-2) last week. In their matchup against the Saints from St. Andrew’s, Aubrey Nisbet ’23, Alexis Montana ’22, and Ava Rubano ’24 all won their matches at 1st, 2nd, and 3rd singles to secure the win!

    Girls’ Soccer: The girls’ soccer team won two huge conference matchups last week, defeating Tatnall and St. Andrew’s by a combined score of 12-1. In their 4-1 win over St. Andrew’s, Maddie Osbourn ’22 scored two goals and dished out two assists. Peri Mulveny ’23 and Reagan Brady ’23 scored the other two goals for the Quakers. Ava Vebeliunas ’23 and Simran Dattani ’24 added assists.

    Golf: Zac Antao ’24 earned Medalist honors last week against Sanford School, shooting a low-round 41. Josephine Wellons ’23 finished one stroke back with a 42.

    Boys’ Tennis: The boys’ tennis team went 1-1 last week, defeating Tatnall (5-0) and losing to St. Andrew’s. In their 5-0 victory over Tatnall, Silas Montana ’25 managed to turn the tables from the previous match with Tatnall's No.1 and beat him decisively, with a solid 6-0 second set. Then at second doubles, Eli Rahaim ’24 & Chas Egoville ’24 had an epic match with three straight tiebreakers, including dashing out to a 7-0 lead in the third-set tiebreaker to seal the win. In their match against St. Andrew’s, Montana was the lone winner at 1st Singles, defeating his opponent in straight sets (6-1, 6-1).

    Track & Field: The track & field team had an exciting weekend, competing in the Bob Behr Invitational on Saturday morning! Numerous WFS athletes won medals and ten WFS athletes set personal bests in various events.

    Medal Winners
    Max Leffler ’22: 1st in the 800 and 1600
    Margo Gramiak ’22: 1st in the 100 hurdles and long jump. 2nd in the 400 (new school record)
    Marcel Stewart ’22: 3rd in the 400
    Zae Turman ’24: 2nd in the triple jump
    Harrison Burns ’24, Matt Renzulli ’22, Liam Sullivan ’24, and Sameer Vidwans ’23: 3rd in the distance medley relay

    PR’s
    Zae Turman ’24 (200 and triple jump)
    Alex Brennan ’23 (Triple and long jump)
    Mitchell Brenner ’24 (200)
    Liam Sullivan ’24 (1600)
    Margo Gramiak ’22 (100 hurdles and 400)
    Mia Davenport ’25 (800 and 1600)
    Greta Munch ’25 (400)
    Marcel Stewart ’22 (400)
    Sameer Vidwans ’23 (200)
    Max Rosenthal ’23 (400)
  • Week of 04/18

    Boys’ Tennis: The boys’ tennis team won all three of their matches this week, defeating Sanford, Newark Charter, and #5 St. Andrew’s! In their wins over Sanford and Newark Charter, the Quakers did not drop a single match (5-0, 5-0). In their 3-2 victory over St. Andrew’s, Silas Montana ’25, Jakob Middlebrooks ’22, and the doubles team of Rasheed Bashir ’24 and Collier Zug ’24 won their matches to secure the upset.

    Golf: Josephine Wellons ’23 earned Medalist Honors on Thursday in their match against Tower Hill, carding an impressive 37 (+1). Zac Antao ’24 fired a 47 to finish 2nd for WFS.

    Girls’ Tennis: The girls’ tennis team continued to prove themselves as one of the best teams in the State, defeating Sanford (5-0) and Tower Hill (4-1). Aubrey Nisbet ’23, Alexis Montana ’22, and Ava Rubano ’24 all won both of their matches in straight sets. They’ll look for two more wins this week when they take on Tatnall and St. Andrew’s!

    Girls’ Lacrosse: The girls’ lacrosse team upset Archmere Academy on Saturday, defeating the #5 Auks 15-14. Kaely Tornek ’22 netted a game-high six goals while Lily Hebert ’25 and Molly Dolan ’26 added four and three, respectively. Madeline Rowland ’23 did a little bit of everything, scoring two goals and handing out a game-high three assists. In a total team effort, Lucy Wood ’22 continued to be impressive in goal as she stopped 12 Archmere shots.

    Boys’ Lacrosse: The boys’ lacrosse team went 1-1 this week, losing to #3 Sanford and defeating Wilmington Christian. Against Sanford, the Quaker defense stepped up and limited the Sanford offense to 11 goals, the lowest amount of goals that they have scored in a game all season. Xingyu Wang ’24 played well in goal, recording a game-high 14 saves. In their 16-3 victory of Wilmington Christian, Jackson Redd ’23 scored a game-high four goals while RJ Toogood added a hat-trick. Cole Morris ’22 and Nick Winchell ’24 each handed out three assists.

    Soccer: Girls’ soccer went 1-1 this week, falling to Sanford 4-2 and defeating Wilmington Christian 6-0. In their 6-0 victory against Wilmington Christian, the Quakers posted their fourth shutout of the 2022 campaign. Maddie Osbourn ’22 and Ava Vebeliunas ’23 each scored two goals while Reagan Brady ’23 and Nora Hughes ’25 added one apiece. Brady dished out a game-high three assists while Osbourn and Peri Mulveny ’23 each had one.

    Baseball: On Tuesday afternoon, the baseball team defeated Sanford with a walk-off single from Nathaniel Huxtable ’22. Down 7-5 entering the bottom of the 7th, the Quakers loaded the bases with a single and two walks. Then, Osi Chukwuocha ’22 hit a huge two-run single to tie the game at 7-7. After a Jason Hughes ’24 sacrifice bunt, Huxtable stepped up to the plate and hit a walk-off single to win it for WFS! Over the weekend, the Quakers fell to two talented squads, losing to Archmere 9-2 (Friday) and Tower Hill 5-0 (Saturday). Against Archmere, Avery Gaines ’24 belted a 2-run HR, Chukwuocha went 2-3, and Huxtable doubled. In their contest against Tower, Corey Silberglied ’22 recorded 2 hits while Huxtable and Jack Heckles ’25 singled.
  • Week of 04/11

    Baseball: The varsity baseball team dropped their lone contest this week, falling to Red Lion Christian Academy 6-5 on a walk-off double. Braden Pantano ’25 allowed two runs over six innings, striking out five in an impressive start. Corey Silberglied ’22 hit a two-run HR to lead the Quaker offense while Nathaniel Huxtable ’22, Avery Gaines ’24, Andrew Huff ’24, & Jason Hughes ’24 all doubled.
     
    Soccer: The girls soccer team went 2-0-1 this week, improving their overall record to 5-0-1! In their two victories, the Quakers outscored their opponents 13-1. In their huge 3-1 conference victory over Tower Hill, Reagan Brady ’23 netted a hat-trick while Giuliana DiPrinzio ‘25 added an assist. 
     
    Golf: The golf squad went 1-1 this week, defeating St. Mark's and falling to #1 Tatnall in a tri-meet. Zac Antao ’24 shot a team-best 41 while Jake Bryson ’23 was one shot behind him with a 42. Josephine Wellons ’23 carded a 44 to round out the top 3 for WFS.
     
    Boys’ Lacrosse: The boys’ lacrosse team went 1-1 this week, defeating St. Andrew’s 11-6 and falling to #5 Tower Hill by a final score of 13-12. In their 11-6 victory over St. Andrew’s, Kevin Dolan ’24 and Nick Winchell ’24 each recorded hat-tricks while Jackson Redd ’23 added four points (2 goals, 2 assists). In their tough battle against the Hillers, RJ Toogood ’22 netted a team-high four goals and Winchell added another hat-trick. Redd handed out a game-high four assists. 
     
    Girls’ Lacrosse: The girls’ lacrosse team fell to #4 Tower Hill on Tuesday, 18-12. Lucy Wood ’22 was excellent in goal, stopping nine shots. Lily Hebert ’25 scored a team-high 4 goals while Alexa Donahue ’22 added 5 points (3 goals, 2 assists). 
     
    Boys’ Tennis: The boys’ tennis team lost both contests this week, falling #2 Tower Hill and #4 Archmere. The boys will look to get back on track when they host Sanford School on Tuesday at 4:00 pm.
     
    Girls’ Tennis: The girls’ tennis team went 1-1 this week, defeating St. Mark’s and falling to Archmere. In their 5-0 win over St. Mark’s, the girls’ only dropped ten games across five matches! Aubrey Nisbet ’23 (first singles) and the Second Doubles team of Tess Wolf ’24 and Anya Agarwal ’25 won their matches 6-0, 6-0.
     
    Track & Field: The Quakers performed well at the Twi-Light Relays on Wednesday afternoon as three school records were broken! The records were set in the following events: Girls’ Swedish Medley: Mimi Terranova ‘22, Payton Williams ‘24, Caroline Vanderloo ‘22, and Margo Gramiak ‘22; Boys' Sprint Medley: Zae Turman ’24, Max Leffler ‘22, Marcel Stewart ‘22, and Shiloh Connor ‘22; Boys’ 4x1600: M. Stewart, Matt Renzulli ‘22, Jalen Stewart ‘24, and Leffler. Gramiak also took home a gold medal in the 300 hurdles!
  • Week of 04/04

    Baseball: The baseball team defeated Tatnall 11-0 on Tuesday, improving their record to 3-2. Adin Shweiki ’22 (1-0) pitched a complete game shutout with 8 strikeouts while also driving in four runs for the Quakers. Ryan Tattersall ’25 went 3-for-3 with 2 RBI. Jason Hughes ’24, Corey Silberglied ’22, and Shweiki each doubled for Friends.

    Girls’ Lacrosse
    : The girls’ lacrosse team went 1-1 this week, losing to #2 Tatnall and defeating St. Andrew’s School. In their 21-9 victory over St. Andrew’s, Alexa Donahue ’22 scored six goals while Madeline Rowland ’23 added five.

    Boys’ Tennis
    : The boys’ tennis team remained undefeated this week, defeating Tatnall and Brandywine! In each contest, the boys’ won their matches 4-1.

    Girls’ Tennis
    : Th girls’ tennis team improved to 3-0 this week, defeating Tatnall 5-0. In their five wins, the girls’ dropped four total games.

    Girls’ Soccer
    : The girls’ soccer team improved to 3-0 on Tuesday, defeating Tatnall 4-0. Ryan Weigand ‘26 led the way with two goals while Peri Mulveny ‘23 and Reagan Brady ‘23 each added one. Weigand, Maddie Osbourn ‘22, and Simran Dattani ‘24 all recorded assists.

    Boys’ Lacrosse
    : The boys’ lacrosse team won their second straight contest on Tuesday, defeating Tatnall 12-9! Jackson Redd ’23 led the way with 7 points (3 goals, 4 helpers) while Cole Morris ’22 added a hat-trick.

    Golf
    : The golf team continued to battle the elements, losing close matches to Conrad and St. Georges. Zac Antao ’24 earned Medalist honors with a strong 43 on Tuesday against Conrad while Josephine Wellons ’23 took home Medalist honors with a 7-over 43 on Wednesday against St. Georges.

    Track & Field: The track & field team hosted their first Tri-Meet of the season this week against DMA and St. Elizabeth’s. Margo Gramiak ’22 won the 300 hurdles, Marcel Stewart ’22 took home gold in the 3200, and Shiloh Connor ’22 won the long jump. The girls' 4x200 (Gramiak, Caelen Grubb ’22, Payton Williams ’24, and Greta Munch ’25) and 4x400 (Gramiak, Williams, Munch, and Mimi Terranova ’22) relay teams were also victorious.
  • Week of 03/28


    Track & Field
    : The track & field team competed in the Diamond State Invitational on Saturday morning! It was a day full of incredible performances as many people set PR’s. 
     
    Margo Gramiak ’22: 2nd in the 300 hurdles, 6th in the long jump
    Max Leffler ’22: 2nd in the 800 (PR)
    Marcel Stewart ’22: 6th in the 800, 9th in the 400 (PR)
    Shiloh Connor ’22: 10th in the long jump (PR) and a PR in the 200
    Mia Davenport ’25: PR in the 800
    Greta Munch ’25: PR in the 200 and 400
    Max Rosenthal ’23 & Liam Sullivan ’24: PR's in the 2 mile
    Jalen Stewart ’24: PR in the 400
    Zae Turman ’24: PR in the long jump and the 200 
    Harrison Burns ‘24: PR in the 800
    Zaire Nicholson ‘22: PR in the discus 
    Dennis Iancic ’23: PR in the 100
     
    School record in the Distance Medley Relay: Leffler, M. Stewart, Matt Renzulli ’22, & Mitchell Brenner ’24
     
    Golf: The WFS golf team went 2-2-1 during the week, earning victories over Tower Hill (177-180) and Sanford School (177-184). In their conference quad-meet on Thursday, Zac Antao ’24 carded the low-round for the Quakers, posting a 37. Josephine Wellons ’23 was three strokes behind with a 40 while Jake Bryson ’23 posted a 43. On Tuesday, Antao earned medalist honors for the second time this season when he shot a 42 (+7).
     
    Baseball: The varsity baseball team went 2-1 this week, defeating Sanford School and Brandywine HS. In their 6-5 victory of the Warriors of Sanford, WFS scored on a Corey Silberglied ‘22 single in the top of the seventh to break a 5-5 tie! Adin Shweiki ‘22 pitched five innings for the Quakers striking out three and surrendering one earned run. Ryan Tattersall ‘25 earned the win in relief. Nathaniel Huxtable ‘22 went 2-3 with a double, one rbi, and three runs scored. Shweiki doubled and went 2-3 with three rbi. 
     
    In their 5-4 win over Brandywine, Huxtable walked off the win for the Quakers with a run-scoring double in the bottom of the eighth. Silberglied homered and pitched four strong innings as the starter for the Quakers. Huxtable and Silberglied each notched two hits apiece. Tattersall threw three innings in relief and Shweiki earned the win with his 8th inning relief appearance. Shweiki and Avery Gaines ’24 also recorded hits for the Quakers.
     
    Boys Lacrosse: The boys lacrosse team went 1-1 this week, losing to #3 Sanford School and defeating Caravel Academy. In their 15-5 win over the Buccaneers from Caravel, Jackson Redd ’23 tallied five goals and dished out four assists. Cole Morris ’22 and Kevin Dolan ’24 each netted four goals apiece while RJ Toogood ’22 and Tyler Maheshwari ’24 each scored one. Nick Winchell ’24 finished second on the team in assists in their victory, handing out three. 
     
    Girls Lacrosse: The #5 ranked Quakers remained undefeated this week, defeating Sanford School and Middletown HS by a combined score of 30-13. In their 16-8 win over Sanford, Alexa Donahue ’22 tallied a team-high six goals while Lily Hebert ’25 netted a hat-trick and dished out three assists. Madeline Rowland ’23 recorded a team-high five helpers. 
     
    In their victory over Middletown, the Quakers defense was impressive as they held the Cavaliers scoreless in the first half. Hebert scored a team-high four goals while Donahue and Kaely Tornek ’22 each recorded hat-tricks. 
     
    Boys Tennis: The boys tennis squad defeated Sanford School 5-0 in their season-opener on Tuesday. In their five matches, the Quakers only dropped one set. 
     
    Silas Montana ’25: 6-0, 6-1
    Jakob Middlebrooks ’22: 6-0, 6-1
    Ethan Shilling ’22: 7-5, 7-6 (7-1)
    Rasheed Bashir ’24 & Collier Zug ’24: 6-0, 6-0
    Tauson Biggs ’24 & Devin Wallace ’24: 4-6, 6-4, 1-0 (10-3)
     
    Girls Tennis: The girls tennis team improved to 2-0 this week, defeating Sanford School and Padua Academy. In their four victories over Sanford, WFS did not drop a single game. 
     
    Sanford Results
    Aubrey Nisbet ’23: 6-0, 6-0
    Alexis Montana ’22: 6-0, 6-0
    Ava Rubano ’24 : 6-0, 6-0
    Macy Volp ’22 & Sarah Levenson ’24: 6-0, 6-0
     
    Padua Results
    Nisbet: 6-1, 6-1
    Montana: 6-0, 6-0
    Rubano: 6-0, 6-0
    Volp & Levenson: 6-4, 4-6, 1-0 (10-4)
  • Week of 03/21

    Boys Lacrosse: The boys lacrosse team went 2-0 this week, defeating Wilmington Christian and PolyTech by a combined score of 28-5. In their 15-1 win over the Warriors of Wilmington Christian, Jackson Redd ’23 scored a team-high three goals while RJ Toogood ’22, A.P. Rossi ’22, Nick Winchell ’24 and Noah Gibbons ’25 all added two. Kevin Dolan ’24 and Winchell dished out a team-high three assists.
     
    Redd led the way in the Quakers 13-4 win over the Panthers of PolyTech, scoring five goals and handing out two helpers. Cole Morris ’22 netted a hat-trick and Kevin Dolan scored twice. Xingyu Wang ’24 was impressive in goal, stopping seven shots. For the complete box score, go to https://www.quakerssports.com.
     
    Next up: 03/29 @ Sanford School, 4:00 pm
     
    Girls Lacrosse: Tied 5-5 at the beginning of the 3rd quarter against the Charter School of Wilmington, the Quakers lacrosse team turned it on and outscored the Force 9-6 in the second half to earn the win. Lily Hebert ’25 netted a game-high seven goals while Alexa Donahue ’22 dished out a team-high six assists (she scored two goals as well). Kaely Tornek ’22 recorded a hat-trick and Lucy Wood ’22 stopped four shots in goal. For the complete box score, go to https://www.quakerssports.com.
     
    Next up: 03/29 vs Sanford School, 4:00 pm 
     
    Baseball: Baseball fell to #1 DMA on Saturday afternoon, 13-3. Nathaniel Huxtable ’22 had a 2 run single in the 3rd inning and Avery Gaines ’24 blasted a double. For the complete box score, go to https://www.quakerssports.com.
     
    Next up: 03/29 @ Sanford School, 4:15 pm
     
    Golf: The WFS golf team competed against Salesianum on Wednesday afternoon in their first match of the season. Zac Antao ’24 was +2 on the day, shooting a 38 and finishing 1st overall. Josephine Wellons ’23 came in 3 strokes behind him, carding a 41 to place 3rd overall. Helen Liu ’23 rounded out the top 3 for WFS with a strong performance as well! For the complete box score, go to https://www.quakerssports.com.
     
    Next up: 03/28 @ Wilmington Country Club, 3:00 pm
     
    Track & Field: 20 PR's were set and Margo Gramiak ’22 set the school record in the long jump at the AI duPont Invitational on Friday! Max Leffler ’22 finished 3rd in the 800 and 1600 while Gramiak earned silver in the 300 hurdles. Marcel Stewart ’22 finished 7th in the 1600 (out of 71 runners) and Shiloh Connor ’22 placed 12th in the long jump.
     
    Next up: 04/02 @ AI duPont HS, 10:00 am
  • Week of 02/28

    On Wednesday, the WFS girls basketball team traveled to St. Georges to compete in the first round of the DIAA State Tournament. The Quakers, seeded #22, took down the #11 Hawks 39-30! In a total team effort, Margo Gramiak ’22 led the Quakers in the scoring column, scoring 12 points.  Reagan Brady ’23 added ten points, sinking a team-high five field-goals. 
     
    They played the #6 seed Ursuline Academy on Friday evening, losing to a tough and talented squad. This group has so much to be proud of as they recorded 11 wins and upset the #11 team in the 1st round of the State Tournament. 
     
    To the Class of 2022 - thank you for dedication and leadership to the program, we’ll certainly miss watching you compete in the West Gym.
  • Week of 02/21

    Swimming: The boys and girls swim teams had an exciting week as they both traveled to the University of Delaware and competed in the DIAA State Championships.

    The boys, who finished the regular season with a perfect 10-0 record, capped off their season with a 3rd place finish on Saturday afternoon with 169 points! Tyler Wilmore led the charge, winning the State Championship in the 500 free and placing second in the 200 free. Conner Verbanas ’25 also placed in the 500 free, earning a bronze medal with a strong time of 4:51.97. The 200 medley relay team (Ameer Bashir ’22, Wilmore, Marcel Stewart ’22, and Jalen Stewart ’24) earned bronze and the 400 free relay squad (Bashir, J. Stewart, M. Stewart, Wilmore) claimed silver).

    Bashir placed 6th overall in the 50 free and won the consolation final in the 100 back, earning a 9th place finish to cap off his WFS career. M. Stewart finished his career with a strong performance in the 200 free, placing 16th overall. J. Stewart performed well in his two championship heats, placing 8th in both the 100 and 200 free.

    The girls swim team had an incredible successful weekend as well, placing 14th overall. Kira Agne ’23 continued her stellar junior campaign, winning the State Championship in the 200 IM! Agne also placed 4th overall in the 500 free. Aubrey Ashman ’26, competing in her first State Tournament, performed well in the prelims on Thursday evening as she finished 21st overall in the 100 fly and 32nd in the 100 breast.

    The 200 free relay team (Aubrey Ashman ’26, Zarina Stone ’22, Katie Bryan ’24, and Kira Agne ’23) raced to a 14th place finish while the 400 free relay (Anna Maansson ’25, Bryan, Ashman, and Agne) placed 15th.

    To the Class of 2022, thank you for your incredible leadership and elevating the WFS swim program to new heights!

    Wrestling: Five WFS wrestlers traveled down to Cape Henlopen HS on Friday afternoon to compete in the DIAA Individual State Championships.Donnie Morton ‘22 capped off his outstanding career with a 6th place finish in the very competitive 138 lb weight class. In his second round matchup, Donnie defeated the #2 seed in an impressive come from behind victory!

    Phil Crock ‘23 battled all weekend as well, wrestling to an 8th place finish in the 220 lb weight class. Liam Sullivan ‘24 (106), Sloan Makoujy ‘26 (120), and Kaeden Fleming ‘24 (126) got their first taste of tournament experience as they all wrestled in two matches on Friday afternoon.

    Huge thanks to the Class of 2022 for the example that you all set each and every day you stepped onto the mat.

    Girls Basketball: Needing to win their last two games to make the DIAA State Tournament, girls basketball did exactly that this week as they defeated Mount Pleasant and Newark Charter! In their regular season finale against Newark Charter, Margo Gramiak ’22 scored a team-high 16 points while Caelen Grubb, Reagan Brady ’23, and Gia Cottone ’26 combined for 27 points.

    The girls, seeded #22 after their ten-win regular season campaign, will travel to St. George’s Technical HS on Wednesday, March 2 for their first-round matchup in the DIAA State Tournament. The game is scheduled to tip-off at 7:00 pm and tickets go on sale Monday morning at 7:00 am. Good luck and go blue! 

    Boys Basketball: The boys basketball team dropped both of their contests this week and finished their regular season with an overall record of 9-11, narrowly missing the DIAA State Tournament. Robby Tattersall ’23 averaged a team-high 18 points in both contests. Special thanks to Aiden Borst ’22 and RJ Toogood ’22 for your leadership and commitment to the squad during this past winter - both of you will be missed!!

  • Week of 02/14

    Wrestling: The wrestling quad spent the weekend at Salesianum HS competing in the Independent Qualifier. Wrestling against 17 Independent Schools from across the State of Delaware, WFS finished 7th overall with 85.5 points. Individually, Donnie Morton ’22, Phil Crock ’23, and Sloan Makoujy ’26 automatically qualified for the DIAA State Championships next weekend with top-four finishes in their respective weight-classes. Additionally, Liam Sullivan ’24, Kaeden Fleming ’24, Thomas Ellis ’23, and Cole Morris ’22 all earned medals as they finished in the top-eight of their weight-classes.
     
    Morton, Crock, and Makoujy will travel to Cape Henlopen HS on Friday afternoon to compete in the DIAA Championships. Matches begin at 4:00 pm.
     
    Boys Basketball: The boys basketball team now stands at 9-9, going 1-2 this week over a five-day stretch. In their victory against Wilmington Christian School on Wednesday, three players reached double-figures in the scoring column. Robby Tattersall ’23 led the way with 23 points on 11 made FG while Colin Harron ’23 added 17 of his own. Hudson Zawadzkas ’23 added 12, throwing down two monstrous dunks. 
     
    They will look for number ten on Tuesday evening when they travel to Newark Charter for a 6:15 pm contest. 
     
    Girls Basketball: The girls basketball team now sports a record of 8-10, going 2-1 this week with victories over Brandywine (by forfeit) and St. Andrew’s School. In their victory over St. Andrew’s, Margo Gramiak ’22 led all scorers with 14 points on four made FG (and six from the charity stripe). Reagan Brady ’23 scored nine and Naomi Allen ’26 added eight. Caelen Grubb ’22 sunk a game-high two three-point FG.
     
    They will look for win number nine on Monday afternoon when they host Mount Pleasant HS in the West Gym at 4:00 pm.
     
    Indoor Track: The indoor track team traveled to the University of Maryland Eastern Shore on Saturday afternoon to compete in the DIAA State Championships. Madeline Rowland ’23, competing in the 55 and 200, set two school records with her strong times! In both events, Rowland finished in 11th place. Max Leffler ‘22 continued his fantastic indoor season as well, setting two season bests in the 800 and 1600. In both events, Leffler finished 6th overall.
     
    There were also three season bests set in the WFS relays (see below).
     
    Girls 4x400: Caroline Vanderloo ‘22, Mia Davenport ‘25, Ellie Criscimagna ‘23, and Payton Williams ‘24
     
    Boys 4x400: Declan Grubb ‘24, Zae Turman ‘24, Carter Fenimore ‘25, and Rohan Mandayam ‘23
     
    Boys 4x800: Mandayam, Fenimore, Matt Renzulli ’22, and Silas Montana ‘25
  • Week of 02/07

    Girls Basketball: The Quaker basketball team went 1-2 this week, falling to #1 Sanford and Delmarva Christian. In their victory over Wilmington Christian, Caelen Grubb ’22 led all WFS scorers with 13 points on five made FG (three of which were from long range). Margo Gramiak ’22 added 11 of her own and did an incredible job of controlling the game from her point guard position, spreading the ball around to everyone. Gia Cottone ’26 and Naomi Allen ’26 added nine and eight points, respectively. The Quakers, now 6-9, will look for win number seven on Thursday evening when they host St. Andrew’s School in the West Gym at 6:30 pm. 
     
    Boys Basketball: After losing to #4 Sanford 43-34 on Tuesday evening, the boys battled back and reeled off two consecutive wins against Archmere and First State Military Academy (FSMA). In their win over nine-win Archmere, Andrew McKenzie led the way with 14 points on two made three-point FG (and six from the charity stripe). Robby Tattersall ’23 added nine of his own, making a game-high four FG. In their victory of FSMA, Aiden Borst ’22 and Tattersall each led the way with 14 points. Now 8-7, they’ll look for win number nine on Tuesday evening when they host Tatnall at 5:30 pm in the West Gym. 
     
    Wrestling: After defeating Archmere and St. Andrew’s in a tri-meet on Thursday afternoon, the wrestling squad traveled to Tower Hill on Friday evening to participate in the Delaware Independent Schools Conference (DISC) Championships. Sloan Makoujy ’26 (120), Kaeden Fleming ’24 (126), Donnie Morton ’22 (138), Cole Morris ’22 (160), and Phil Crock ’23 (220) all won their respective weight-classes and helped lead the Quakers to a second place team finish. They will participate in the Independent Conference Championships next weekend at Salesianum HS.

    In addition to winning the DISC Championship at 138 pounds, Donnie Morton ’22 also earned his 100th career victory with his first-round win - congrats, Donnie!
     
    2nd Place Finishers: Max Leffler ’22 at 145, Maxwell Brown ’24 at 113
     
    3rd Place Finishers: Liam Sullivan ’24 at 106, Thomas Ellis ’23 at 132, Mason Jones ’23 at 170, Xavier McElderry ’22 at 182, Antonios Tangalidis ’25 at 195, Brandon Jones ’25 at 285
     
    Indoor Track: The indoor track team traveled to Tower Hill on Saturday morning to compete in the Tower Hill Invitational. Some top performances from WFS runners are below!
     
    Zae Turman ’24 - 16th in the 200 (out of 51 runners)
     
    Declan Grubb ’24 - 11th in the 400 (out of 43 runners)
     
    Ellie Criscimagna ’23 - 6th in the 1600
     
    The team is extremely excited to travel to the University of Maryland Eastern Shore next weekend to compete in the DIAA State Championship Meet. Go Blue!
     
    Swimming: The boys swim team capped off their undefeated season this week, defeating William Penn HS and Delaware Military Academy! The girls finished their season with an impressive 6-4 record, defeating William Penn and narrowly losing to Delaware Military Academy. Both teams will work tirelessly over the next ten days to prepare for the DIAA Championships that begin on February 23rd. 
     
    William Penn Winners
    200 Medley Relay : Bashir ’22, Wilmore ’24, M. Stewart ’22, J. Stewart ’24
    200 Freestyle: M. Stewart
    200 Individual Medley: Wilmore
    50 Freestyle: Bashir
    100 Butterfly: Wilmore
    100 Freestyle: J. Stewart
    500 Freestyle: Verbanas ’25
    200 Free Relay: Lawerence ’26, Wallace ’24, Nicholson ’22, Verbanas
    100 Backstroke: Bashir
    100 Breaststroke: M. Stewart
    400 Free Relay: Bashir, Wilmore, M. Stewart, J. Stewart
     
    200 Medley Relay : Bryan ’24, Farley ’25, Maansson ’25, Stone ’22
    200 Freestyle: Maansson
    200 Individual Medley: Agne ’23 
    50 Freestyle: Ashman ’26
    100 Butterfly: Ashman
    100 Freestyle: Maansson
    500 Freestyle : Rashkind ’23
    200 Free Relay: Ashman, Stone, Farley, Agne
    100 Backstroke: Bryan
    100 Breaststroke: Agne
    400 Free Relay: Ashman, Maannsson, Bryan, Agne
     
    DMA Winners
    200 Medley Relay: Bashir, Wilmore, M. Stewart, J. Stewart
    200 Freestyle: M. Stewart
    50 Freestyle: J. Stewart
    100 Butterfly: Wilmore
    100 Freestyle: Bashir
    500 Freestyle: M. Stewart
    200 Free Relay: Lawrence, Wallace, Nicholson, T. Biggs ’24
    100 Backstroke: J. Stewart
    100 Breaststroke: Bashir
    400 Free Relay: Bashir, Wilmore, M. Stewart, J. Stewart
     
    200 Individual Medley: Ashman, WFS, 2:26.00
    50 Freestyle: Bryan
    100 Butterfly: Ashman
    100 Freestyle: Agne
    500 Freestyle: Maannson
    200 Free Relay: Ashman, Stone, Farley, Agne
    100 Breaststroke: Agne
  • Week of 01/31

    Swimming: After their victories over AI DuPont HS on Thursday afternoon, the Quaker swim teams traveled to St. Andrew’s School on Saturday afternoon to compete in the DISC Championships. The boys, who entered the meet 8-0 and ranked #3 in the State of Delaware, won the DISC Championship for the first time in school history! 

    Tyler Wilmore ’24 led the charge, setting two DISC records in the 200 IM and 500 free. In his 500 free victory, Wilmore shattered the DISC record by more than ten seconds with a strong time of 4:39.16. Ameer Bashir ’22 and Jalen Stewart ’24 each won one individual event apiece; Bashir took home gold in the 100 back while Stewart was the first to touch the wall in the 200 free. Conner Verbanas ’25 claimed two silver medals in the 200 and 500 free events and Marcel Stewart ’22 earned bronze in the 100 breast. 

    Kira Agne ’23 led the way for the WFS girls, earning gold in the 100 fly and silver in the 500 free. Aubrey Ashman ’26 and Anna Maansson ’25 each performed admirably in their respective events as well; Ashman placed 5th in the 100 fly and 100 breast while Anna Maansson ’25 swam to a 5th place finish in the 200 and 500 free. 
    Led by Bashir, M. Stewart, J. Stewart, and Wilmore, the boys were victorious in the 200 medley and 400 free relay events! The girls earned essential points in the relays as well, earning bronze medals in all three relay events. 

    If you would like to see all of our individual and relay winners, check out the Wilmington Friends School YouTube page!

    Girls Basketball: The girls basketball team battled against St. Mark’s HS, Tower Hill, and Charter School of Wilmington this week, going 1-2 in their three contests. Margo Gramiak ’22 continued her excellent play in each game, averaging just over ten points per contest and leading the team in assists. In their 37-22 victory over Tower Hill on Thursday, Gia Cottone ’26 and Reagan Brady ’23 each scored a team-high nine points while Caelen Grubb ’22 added eight. Grubb also scored a team-high 11 points in their loss against Charter School of Wilmington, sinking three shots from beyond the arc.  They’ll look for their sixth win of the season on Monday afternoon when they host Sanford School in the West Gym at 5:30 pm.

    Indoor Track: The indoor track team traveled to St. Mark’s HS on Wednesday afternoon to compete in a “Polar Bear” meet against eight teams from across the State of Delaware! Max Leffler ’22, continuing to prove himself as one of the best runners in the State, took home gold in the 800 while Madeline Rowland ’23 placed second in the 200. They will travel to Tower Hill on Saturday morning to compete in the Tower Hill Invitational. 

    Boys Basketball: After suffering a defeat to Delaware Military Academy to start the week on Tuesday, the boys basketball team battled back and improved their overall record to 6-6 with two big victories over Wilmington Christian and MOT Charter. Robby Tattersall ’23 averaged 24 points in their two wins, netting a game-high 25 points against the Warriors of Wilmington Christian. Hudson Zawadzkas ’23 threw down three monster dunks in their two wins as well, averaging 12 points per contest. The Quakers will look for win number seven on Tuesday afternoon when they host Sanford School in the West Gym at 5:30 pm.

    Wrestling: Quaker wrestling won all four of their matches this week, defeating Mount Pleasant HS, Odessa HS, St. Mark’s HS, and Newark Charter School! The Quakers, now 6-3, will travel to Archmere Academy on Thursday afternoon to compete against the Auks at 4:00 pm.

    WFS wins over Mount Pleasant 
    106: Sullivan, WFS WBFF
    113: Weiner, WFS WBFF
    126: Makoujy, WFS WBD over Ahmed 4-2
    132: Ellis, WFS WBFF
    138: Morton, WFS WBF over Richardson 1:50
    145: Rossi, WFS WBFF
    152: Ursomarso, WFS WBFF
    170: Morris, WFS WBFF
    182: McElderry, WFS WBF over Burr 5:00
    285: Crock, WFS WBF over Berry 1:15

    WFS wins over Odessa
    106: Sullivan, WFS WBFF
    113: Brown, WFS WBFF
    120: Fleming, WFS WBFF
    126: Makoujy, WFS WBF over Oldaker-Baker, 2:45
    132: Ellis, WFS WBF over Hewlett 1:41
    138: Morton, WFS WBF over O'hop 3:41
    145: Rossi, WFS WBD over Deck, 9-4
    160: Kashif, WFS WBFF
    170: Morris, WFS WBF over Thorton 2:58
    182: McElderry, WFS WBF over Williams 2:16
    195: Tangalides, WFS WBD over Lee 8-3
    220: Crock, WFS WBF over Bellamy 1:56

    WFS winners against Newark Charter 
    106: Sullivan, WFS WBD over Ritterback 7-5
    113: Brown, WFS WBD over Till 1-0
    120: Fleming, WFS WBFF
    126: Makoujy, WFS WBFF
    132: Ellis, WFS WBFF
    138: Leffler, WFS WBF over Bonis 2:40
    145: Morton, WFS WBTF over Mathias 17-2, 3:00
    152: Ursomarso, WFS WBF over Soyer, 2:15
    160: Morris, WFS WBFF
    220: B. Jones, WFS WBFF
    285: Crock, WFS WBF over Zeigler 1:24

    WFS winners against St. Mark’s
    106: Sullivan, WFS WBD over McDonald 4-2
    113: Weiner, WFS WBF over Holmes 1:51
    126: Fleming, WFS WBFF
    138: Morton, WFS WBFF
    145: Leffler, WFS WBD over Bracalenti 5-4
    160: Morris, WFS WBD over Louie 11-4
    195: Tangalides, WFS WBFF
    220: Crock, WFS WBFF
  • Week of 01/24

    Boys Basketball: The boys basketball team lost both of their conference matchups this week, falling to Sanford and St. Andrew’s. Robby Tattersall ’23 led the scoring effort in both contests, scoring 22 points over both contests. Hudson Zawadzkas ’22 netted nine points against St. Andrew’s, making three field goals and three free-throws.
     
    Now 4-5, the Quakers will look to get back on track this Tuesday when they host Delaware Military Academy at 5:30 pm in the West Gym.
     
    Girls Basketball: The girls basketball team lost both of their contests this week, falling to #1 Sanford School and Archmere Academy. In their 55-47 loss to the Auks of Archmere, Margo Gramiak ’22 led WFS with 13 points (and sinking this 3/4 court shot!). Ryan Weigand ’26 added ten points, sinking two three-point field goals. 
     
    They will look for their 5th win of the season on Tuesday afternoon when the host St. Mark’s HS at 4:00 pm in the West Gym.
     
    Wrestling: On Wednesday evening, the wrestling team fell to Tower Hill in their first home match of the season, 51-24. Despite the loss, it was a terrific evening as our four seniors were honored and students filled the West Gym to cheer on their classmates! Max Leffler ’22 won his match (138 lb weight class) by technical fall, outscoring his opponent 15-0. Phil Crock ’23 (220 lb weight class) and Thomas Ellis ’23 (132 lb weight class) continued their stellar junior campaigns, defeating both of their opponents by pin.
     
    They will travel to Mount Pleasant HS on Wednesday afternoon to compete against Mount Pleasant and Odessa in a tri-meet. 
     
    Swimming: On Thursday afternoon, the boys and girls swim teams each extended their winning streaks against Christiana HS. The boys, now 6-0, won every event en route to a 44-4 victory. Marcel Stewart ’22, Ameer Bashir ’22, Tyler Wilmore ’24, and Jalen Stewart ’24 each won two individual events to lead the Quakers. The girls, now 4-2, also won every event en route to a 94-50 victory. Kira Agne ’23, Katie Bryan ’24, Aubrey Ashman ’26 all won two individual events while Zarina Stone ’22 and Anna Maansson ’25 each won one. 
     
    They will look to keep the momentum rolling on Monday afternoon when they travel south to take on Caravel Academy. The meet begins at 3:00 pm and will be held at the Boys & Girls Club right off of route 40 (109 Glasgow Drive).
     
    WFS Winners 
    100 fly & 100 back: M. Stewart ’22
    50 free & 500 free: Bashir ’22
    100 & 200 free: Wilmore ’24
    200 IM & 100 breast: J. Stewart ’24
     
    400 free relay: M. Stewart, Nicholson ’22, Lawrence ’26, Wilmore
    200 medley relay: Bashir, J. Stewart, Wilmore, M. Stewart
    200 free relay: Nicholson, Lawrence, T Biggs ’24, Wallace ’24
     
    100 fly & 100 breast: Agne ’23
    200 free & 500 free: Bryan ’24
    200 IM & 100 free: Ashman ’26
    50 free: Stone ’22
    100 back: Maansson ’25
     
    400 free relay: Ashman, Maansson, Bryan, Agne
    200 medley relay: Bryan, Farley ’25, Maansson, Stone
    200 free relay: Ashman, Agne, Farley, Stone
  • Week of 01/17

    Girls Basketball: The girls basketball team went 3-0 this week, defeating St. Andrew’s, Wilmington Christian, and William Penn. In their three victories, the Quakers outscored their opponents 148-94 and won each contest by double figures. Margo Gramiak ’22 averaged 15.3 points per game during their win-streak, scoring a season-high 19 points against William Penn on Saturday. Gia Cottone ’26 continued to impress as well, scoring baskets in a variety of ways and averaging 8.6 points per contest throughout the week. Caelen Grubb ’22 sunk a team-high five three-point field goals, making a game-high three against William Penn. Reagan Brady ’23, Lily Hebert ’25, Ryan Weigand ’26, and Naomi Allen ’26 proved to be defensive anchors for the Quakers, helping the team limit the opposition to 31.3 points per game. 
     
    They will look to extend their winning streak to four games on Tuesday afternoon when they host Sanford School at 4:00 pm in the West Gym. 
     
    Boys Basketball: The boys basketball team went 0-3 this week, falling to St. Andrew’s, Tatnall, and Tower Hill. Robby Tattersall ’23 continued to prove himself as one of the top scorers in the State of Delaware, averaging 16.6 points per game in their three losses. Colin Harron ’23 scored 30 total points over their three contests, reaching double figures against St. Andrew’s and Tatnall. Hudson Zawadzkas ’23 also reached double figures in two of their three contests, scoring ten against St. Andrew’s and Tower Hill. 
     
    Now 4-3 on the season, the boys will travel to Sanford School on Tuesday evening for a 5:30 pm contest. 
     
    Wrestling: The wrestling squad traveled down to Middletown High School on Friday and Saturday to compete in the Canal Classic. Phil Crock ’23 continued his stellar season, placing third in the 220 lb weight class. On the weekend, Phil went 6-2 and won all of his matches by pin. Donnie Morton ’22, one week after being named the Most Outstanding Wrester at the Appo Team Dual Tournament, placed fourth in the 138 lb bracket. Sloan Makoujy ’26 turned in his best performance of the season, placing 5th in the 120 lb bracket. After losing two of his first three matches, he battled back to win three straight matches (two by pin, one by decision). Thomas Ellis ’23 (132 lb bracket) and Liam Sullivan (106 lb bracket) each placed 7th in their respective weight classes. 
     
    The Quakers are back in action on Wednesday afternoon when they host Tower Hill in a dual meet at 4:00 pm. 
     
    Swimming: The swim teams had a successful week as both squads defeated Tatnall. The boys, who improved to 5-0 with their 93-52 win, were led by Marcel Stewart ’22 as he won the 100 and 200 free. Jalen Stewart ’24 also won two individual events, taking home gold in the 50 and 500 free. Ameer Bashir ’22 and Conner Verbanas ’25 each won one individual event as Bashir won the 100 breast while Verbanas won the 100 back. 
     
    The girls, defeating Tatnall by a final score of 81-44, improved their record to 3-2. Kira Agne ’23 and Aubrey Ashman ’26 each won multiple individual events. Agne won the 200 IM and the 100 free while Ashman won the 50 free and the 100 breast. Anna Maansson ’25 and Katie Bryan ’24 each won individual events as well; Maansson placing first in the 200 free while Bryan was the first to touch the wall in the 500 free. 
     
    Both teams will look to extend their winning streaks on Thursday afternoon when they host Christiana at 3:45 pm. The meet will take place at the Hicks Community Center in Wilmington, Delaware.
     
    Relay Winners
    200 medley relay: Verbanas, Theo Lawrence ’26, Zaire Nicholson ’22, Devin Wallace ’24
    200 free relay: Bashir, M. Stewart, Wallace, J. Stewart
    400 free relay: J. Stewart, M. Stewart, Verbanas, Bashir
     
    200 free relay: Maansson, Ashman, Zarina Stone ’22, Agne
    400 free relay: Maansson, Bryan, Ashman, Agne 
     
    Indoor Track: The indoor track team traveled right down the road to compete in the Tower Hill School Invitational on Saturday morning. Max Leffler ’22 won two individual events, finishing first in the 800 and 1600. Ellie Criscimagna ’23, competing against 23 runners, finished fourth in the 1600. Madeline Rowland ’23 finished sixth in the 55 while Sawyer Rowland ’25 placed 11th out of 40 runners in the 400. Declan Grubb ’24, running in a crowded field of 37 runners, finished 16th overall in the 400.
  • Week of 01/10

    Girls Basketball: The Girls basketball team went 1-1 this week, defeating Tower Hill and falling to Tatnall. In their 47-30 victory over Tower Hill on Tuesday, the Quakers scored in a variety of ways as six members of the team recorded baskets and three members scored in double figures. Gia Cottone ’26 led all scorers with 11 points while Margo Gramiak ’22 and Naomi Allen ’26 each netted ten. Reagan Brady ’23 added eight points while Caelen Grubb ’22 sunk two three-point field goals in a total team effort! 
     
    On Saturday, the team battled against a tough and talented Tatnall team, falling 58-39. In the second half, the Quakers refused to give in and outscored the Hornets 30-24. Gramiak ‘22 led the way with 13 points while Brady ‘23 added eight. They’ll look to get back to their winning ways on Tuesday afternoon when they travel to St. Andrew’s for a 4:00 pm tip-off. 
     
    Boys basketball: The boys basketball team won their fourth straight game on Monday evening, defeating Odessa HS 45-28. Robby Tattersall ’23 led all scorers with 23 points while Ish Dobson ’23 and Colin Harron added eight and six points, respectively. 
     
    Now 4-0, the boys will look for win number five on Monday evening when they travel to St. Andrew’s School for a 5:30 tip-off. 
     
    Indoor Track: On Thursday afternoon, WFS indoor track hosted an outdoor Polar Bear Meet where they competed against six schools from across the State of Delaware. Max Leffler ’22 earned gold in the 1600 while Madeline Rowland ‘23 was the first to cross the finish line in the 55. Zae Turman ’24 finished second in the 55 and earned bronze in the 400.
     
    On Sunday, the team traveled to Ursinus College to compete in the Bears High School Invitational. Max Leffler ’22 continued to shine, placing second in the 1 mile run. In the 200, Sawyer Rowland ’25 placed 24th out of 61 runners! Ellie Criscimagna ’23 turned in another solid performance in the 800 as she was the 20th runner to cross the finish line. 
     
    Next Saturday, they will travel to Tower Hill to compete against some of the top competition in the State of Delaware!
     
    Wrestling: It was an exciting weekend for WFS wrestling as they defeated two conference opponents on Friday afternoon in a Tri-Meet and took home 3rd place at the Appo Team Dual Tournament on Saturday!! 
     
    In their Tri-Meet on Friday afternoon, WFS defeated Sanford (60-12) and Wilmington Christian (55-23) to earn their first two conference wins of the season. In the Appo Team Dual Tournament on Saturday, the Quakers defeated Dover, Christiana, and Newark Charter in dual meets to take home 3rd place!
     
    Donnie Morton ’22 earned Outstanding Wrestler of the Tournament honors as he went 5-0 in the 138 lb weight class, winning four matches by pin and one by forfeit. Phil Crock ’23 continued his excellent season in the 220 lb weight class, going 6-0 on the afternoon (five wins by pin, one by forfeit). Thomas Ellis ’23, competing in the 132 lb weight class, went undefeated as well (5-0) and won four matches by pin. 
     
    They’ll get back to work on the mat this week in preparation for the Canal Classic at Middletown High School next weekend. The Canal Classic begins on Friday afternoon and will conclude on Saturday.
     
    Swimming: It was another busy week for Quaker swimming as they competed against Tower Hill and Sanford. The boys, entering the week 2-0, remained perfect as they defeated Tower Hill 89-81 and Sanford 91-79. Tyler Wilmore ’24 won multiple individual events at both meets while Ameer Bashir ’22 and Jalen Stewart ’24 each earned gold in one individual event against Tower Hill and Sanford. 
     
    The girls went 1-1, losing to Tower Hill 97-66 and defeating Sanford 91-69. Kira Agne ’23 won multiple individual events at both meets while Aubrey Ashman ’26 won two individual events against Sanford and one against Tower Hill. Against Sanford, the relay teams performed extremely well as WFS won the 200 medley relay, 200 free relay, and the 400 free relay. 
     
    Both teams are back in action on Tuesday afternoon when they compete against Tatnall at 3:45 pm. The meet will take place at the Hicks Anderson Community Center. 
     
     
    Individual Winners against Tower Hill:
     
    Tyler Wilmore ’24: 500 free & 100 breast 
    Ameer Bashir ’22: 100 back
    Jalen Stewart ’24: 200 free
    Marcel Stewart ’22: 200 IM
    Aubrey Ashman ’26: 200 IM 
    Kira Agne ’23: 500 free & 100 breast
     
    Individual Winners against Sanford:
     
    Wilmore ’24: 100 fly & 100 breast
    Bashir ’22: 100 back
    Conner Verbanas ’25: 500 free
    J. Stewart ’24: 200 free
    Agne ’23: 200 IM & 100 free
    Ashman ’26: 100 fly & 100 breast
    Zarina Stone ’22: 50 free
    Anna Maansson ’25: 500 free
  • Week of 01/03

    Wrestling: Quaker wrestling had a successful weekend competing in the Delcastle Invitational! Donnie Morton ’22 (138 lb weight class) and Phil Crock ’23 (220 lb weight class) each placed 4th as they went 3-2 on the weekend! Thomas Ellis ’23 (132 lb weight class) battled his way to a 6th place finish!
     
    They will travel to Wilmington Christian on Friday, January 14 to compete in a Quad-Meet against Wilmington Christian, Sanford, and St. Andrew's School.
     
    Boys Basketball: The boys basketball team went 2-0 this week, defeating Glasgow HS and Charter School of Wilmington. In their 57-45 win over the Dragons on Thursday evening, Robby Tattersall ’22 led the team with a game-high 22 points. RJ Toogood ’22 and Colin Harron ’23 reached double-figures, each netting ten points. Andrew McKenzie ’24 chipped in with eight points while Jackson Redd ’23 played stellar defense throughout the night. 
     
    On Saturday, they defeated the Charter School of Wilmington 61-49. Tattersall continued to lead the way, scoring a game-high 30 points on 13 made field-goals. Toogood, Harron, and Jackson Clough ’26 each added seven points. Now 3-0, the boys will look for their fourth win of the season on Monday evening when they travel to Odessa HS for a 5:00 pm tip-off. 
     
    Girls Basketball: The girls basketball fell to Padua Academy on Saturday afternoon, 47-36. Caelen Grubb ’22 was on fire from deep throughout the contest, netting a game-high five three-point baskets to give her a team-high 15 points. Margo Gramiak ’22 did a little bit of everything from her point guard position, recording multiple steals and finishing with nine points. Naomi Allen ’26 and Gia Cottone ’26 chipped in with five points apiece. 
     
    Now 0-2, the Quakers will look for win number one on Tuesday afternoon when they travel to Tower Hill for a 4:00 pm contest. 
     
    Indoor Track: The indoor track team traveled right down the road on Saturday morning to compete in the Tower Hill Invitational. Max Leffler ’22 continued to prove himself as one of the top runners in the State of Delaware, winning the 1600 with ease. Madeline Rowland ’23 defeated all of her opponents in the 200, coming in first-place by one-tenth of a second. Ellie Criscimagna ’23 placed third in the 1600 and Harrison Burns ’24 earned bronze in the 3200. 
     
    Next Sunday, they will travel to Ursinus College to compete in the 2022 Bears High School Invitational.

    If you would like to view some more photos and video highlights this past week, check out our Facebook and Instagram pages!
     
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  • Week of 12/13

    Indoor Track: Quaker indoor track competed in the Ursinus College Holiday High School Invitational yesterday! Madeline Rowland ’23 turned in two impressive performances, placing 14th in the 55 meter dash and 20th in the 200 meter dash. Ellie Criscimagna ’23 finished 22nd overall in the 800 meter run while Caroline Vanderloo ’22 placed 26th in the same race. 

    For all race results, check out this webpage.

    Wrestling:
    Quaker wrestling traveled to William Penn HS this weekend to participate in the Howdy Duncan Invitational. Donnie Morton ’22 and Phil Crock ’23, wrestling for the first time this season, placed third overall in their respective weight classes! Morton, competing in the 145 lb weight class, went 4-1 on the weekend. In his third-place match to end the day, he defeated William Cadden from Sun Valley HS by a final score of 6-2.

    Crock, competing in the 220 lb weight class, earned five victories this weekend. After falling to a tough opponent from Lake Forest HS in his Quarterfinal match early this afternoon, Phil reeled off three consecutive wins in the consolation bracket and advanced to the third-place match. In this match, he would earn his fourth consecutive victory when he defeated Laurel’s Brayden Hearn, 7-2.

    Thomas Ellis ’23 (138 lb weight class) earned three victories while Ethan Weiner ’24 (106 lb weight class) and Maxwell Brown ’24 (113 lb weight class) each recorded one victory.

    Basketball: Boys basketball won their season-opener on Friday evening, defeating Odyssey Charter 60-40!  Robby Tattersall ’23 scored a game-high 21 points, sinking a game-high nine field-goals. Ish Dobson ’23 and Hudson Zawadzkas ’23 added 13 and ten points, respectively. Finn Butler ’23 and Andrew McKenzie ’24 each added seven of their own.

    If you would like to view some more photos and video highlights this past week, check out our Facebook and Instagram pages!
     
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  • Week of 12/06

    Swimming: The boys swim team improved to 2-0 on Tuesday afternoon, defeating Conrad 100-57! Jalen Stewart ’24 and Tyler Wilmore ’24 led the way for the Quakers, each winning multiple individual events.  J. Stewart earned gold in the 200 and 500 free while Wilmore came home victorious in the 100 free and 100 back. Ameer Bashir ’22 won the 100 breast and Marcel Stewart ’22 was the first to touch the wall in the 200 IM to round out the remaining individual winners for WFS. 
     
    The girls fell to 1-1 on Tuesday, losing to Conrad 100-64. Anna Maansson ’25 continued her strong first-year campaign, winning the 500 free and placing 2nd in the 200 IM. Katie Bryan ’24 placed 2nd in the 200 free and 100 back while Jillian Farley ’25 earned silver in the 100 free. Aubrey Ashman ’26 qualified for States in the 100 fly and 100 breast with two 2nd place finishes in the 100 fly and 100 breast. 
     
    Girls Basketball: The Quaker basketball team battled against Conrad on Thursday evening, losing 47-46 in overtime. Margo Gramiak ’22 led all Quakers with 13 points, making five field-goals and one three-point basket. Caelen Grubb ’22 sunk a game-high four three-point field goals, netting 12 total points. Naomi Allen ’26 chipped in with eight of her own and controlled the glass all night for WFS.
     
    Wrestling: Quaker wrestling started things off on Saturday morning at the Milford Invitational! Thomas Ellis ‘23 led the way for WFS, placing 8th overall in the 138 lb weight class. Ellis went 2-2 in his four matches. 
     
    The entire squad will be back in action next Friday when they compete in the Howdy Duncan Invitational at William Penn HS. Matches will begin at 4:15 pm


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  • Week of 11/29

    Football: Quaker football fell in the Class 2A Semifinals on Friday evening to Woodbridge, 24-14. Down 24-0 entering the fourth quarter, WFS refused to give in as Robby Tattersall ’23 found Osi Chukwuocha ’22 for a 15-yard touchdown pass on the first play of the quarter. Minutes later, Chukwuocha blocked a punt and returned it to the three-yard line. Three plays after this, Chukwuocha punched it in from one-yard out to pull the Quakers within ten points with 6:52 left. 

    While the Quakers were able to get three consecutive stops against the Blue Raiders in the fourth after pulling within ten points, they were unable to capitalize on any of these opportunities and their comeback fell short. 

    It was an incredible run with an amazing group. Thank you, Class of 2022, for a special four seasons of Quaker football!

    Swimming: The Quaker swim program started their season off strong on Friday afternoon as both teams defeated MOT Charter! In the boys 81-51 win, Marcel Stewart ’22, Tyler Wilmore ’24, and Jalen Stewart ’24 each recorded first-place finishes in multiple individual events to lead the way. M. Stewart won the 200 IM with a strong time of 2:14.69 and was the first swimmer to touch the wall in the 100 back. Wilmore took home gold in the 100 fly and 500 free while J. Stewart won the 50 and 100 free. Conner Verbanas ’25 and Tauson Biggs ’24 rounded out the remaining WFS winners; Verbanas won the 200 free while Biggs won the 100 breast.

    In the girls 77-41 win, Anna Maansson ’25, Kira Agne ’23, Zarina Stone ’22, and Katie Bryan ’22 all won multiple individual events. Maansson took care of business in the 200 and 500 free events, posting times of 2:23.69 (200) and 6:30.56 (500), respectively. Agne won the 200 IM early in the meet with a time of 2:16.54 and added another victory in the 100 fly (1:03.47). Stone and Bryan turned in strong performances as well; Bryan won both the 100 free and 100 back while Stone came home victorious in the 50 free and 100 breast. 

    Both teams, now 1-0, will look for win number two on Tuesday afternoon when they host Conrad on Tuesday afternoon at the Hicks Anderson Community Center. The meet will begin at 3:45 pm. 


    Boys win, 81-51!
    200 Freestyle: Conner Verbanas ’25, 2:01.59
    200 Individual Medley: Marcel Stewart ’22, 2:14.69
    50 Freestyle: Jalen Stewart ’24,  24.49
    100 Butterfly: Tyler Wilmore ’24, 57.78
    100 Freestyle: J. Stewart, 53.95
    500 Freestyle: Wilmore, 4:52.44
    100 Backstroke: M. Stewart, 1:03.03
    100 Breaststroke: Tauson Biggs ’24, 1:28.19 

    200 Medley Relay: Biggs, Wilmore, M. Stewart, J. Stewart, 1:56.56
    200 Free Relay: Devin Wallace ’24, Biggs, Theo Lawrence ’26,  Verbanas, 1:49.97
    400 Free Relay: WFS, 4:01.01


    Girls win, 77-41!
    200 Freestyle: Anna Maansson ’25, 2:23.69
    200 Individual Medley: Kira Agne ’23, 2:16.54
    50 Freestyle: Zarina Stone ’22, 31.56
    100 Butterfly: Agne, 1:03.47
    100 Freestyle: Katie Bryan ’24,  1:05.09
    500 Freestyle: Maansson, 6:30.56
    100 Backstroke: Bryan, 1:14.53
    100 Breaststroke: Stone, 1:42.78

    200 Medley Relay: Bryan, Agne, Maansson, Stone, 2:11.35
    200 Free Relay: Lily Rashkind ’23, Kai Heister ’23, Gianna Martinelli ’22, Finola Mimnagh ’22, 2:19.19
    400 Free Relay: Maansson, Agne, Bryan, Stone, 4:29.31 

    #delhs 
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  • Week of 11/22

    Down 20-14 in overtime, Robby Tattersall ’23 rolled out to his right and connected with Avery Gaines ’24 in the corner of the end zone to tie things up at 20-20. Immediately following the score, Alessio Cristanetti-Walker ’23 calmly stepped up and booted the winning extra-point as WFS rallied past Delmar in a Class 2A Quarterfinal matchup on Saturday afternoon at Abessinio Stadium!
     
    After going up 7-0 in the first quarter on a one-yard run by Osi Chukwuocha ’22, WFS found themselves trailing 14-7 entering the fourth quarter. With just over nine minutes left in the contest, R.Tattersall fired a 15-yard touchdown pass to Gaines, and Cristanetti-Walker drilled the extra-point to tie things up at 14. 
     
    On the afternoon, R.Tattersall went 9 for 20 for 142 yards, throwing two touchdowns, and ran for 62 yards. Chukwuocha ran for 29 yards and a score while Gaines caught two passes, both of which were game-tying scores. Cristanetti-Walker drilled all three of his extra-points. 
     
    The Quakers, now 10-1, will travel to Woodbridge on December 3 for a Class 2A Semifinal showdown. Kickoff will begin at 7:00 p.m. 
  • Week of 11/08

    Football: WFS became conference champions on Saturday when they defeated St. Andrew's, 48-8! Osi Chukwuocha ’22 led the offensive attack, running for 139 yards and four touchdowns. Donnie Morton ’22 ran for two touchdowns while Paul Beardell ’23 added 81 yards on the ground. Robby Tattersall ’23 threw for 139 yards and one score. Jaden Willie ’23 led the Quakers in the receiving department, catching two passes for 47 yards. Ish Dobson ’23 added two catches for 40 yards and one touchdown. Willie also led the Quakers on defense, intercepting the Saints quarterback twice. 
     
    The Quakers, who finished the regular season with an impressive 9-1 record, earned the #3 seed in the DIAA Class 2A tournament and will receive a first-round bye. 
     
    Cross Country: The cross country team traveled to Brandywine Creek State Park on Saturday to compete in the DIAA Division II State Championship! Despite the tough conditions, all runners turned in terrific performances. Max Leffler ’22 led the way, placing 4th overall and earning All-State honors. Ellie Criscimagna ’23 was the top WFS girl to finish, placing 44th overall. 
     
    To the Class of 2022, thank you for your dedication to the running program! We’ll miss watching you compete each and every week.
     
    Field Hockey: Quaker field hockey competed in the DIAA Division II State tournament this week, advancing to the Quarterfinals before losing to Newark Charter. In their first round victory over Brandywine HS, the Quakers fired 17 shots on goal and were awarded 15 penalty corners. Madeline Rowland ’23 led the scoring attack with two goals, scoring both goals in the second half. Eden Cottone ’22, Margo Gramiak ’22, Alexa Donahue ’22, Kaely Tornek ’22, and Lucy Wood ’22 all added one goal apiece to complete the scoring for the blue and white. Wood led the team in assists with two while M. Rowland, Donahue, and Zoe Rahaim ’22 each handed out one.  
     
    In their Quarterfinal matchup against the Patriots, WFS battled all afternoon and came up just short, falling 2-1. Down 1-0 midway through the third quarter, M. Rowland went coast to coast and snuck the ball right past the keeper to tie it up at one. After a scoreless fourth quarter, the teams battled it out for 12 minutes in overtime before Newark Charter scored the game-winning goal. Peri Mulveny ’23 was absolutely incredible all afternoon, recording a game-high eight saves. 
     
    The Quakers finished their 2021 campaign with an impressive overall record of 12-3-2. 
     
    To the Class of 2022, thank you for your dedication, leadership, and leaving the program better than you found it. We’ll miss you.
     
    Soccer: After an impressive regular season, the Quakers earned a first-round bye in the DIAA Division II State tournament. On Saturday, they took on conference rival St. Andrew’s in the Quarterfinals and came up just short, falling 1-0. WFS finished their 2021 campaign with an impressive overall record of 12-2-2.
     
    To the Class of 2022, thank you for an incredible four years. You led by example, demonstrated class, and helped the program reach new heights by winning four straight conference titles. We’ll miss you. 
     
    Volleyball: In the Quarterfinals on Tuesday evening, Quaker volleyball defeated #14 Ursuline 3-0. Reena Robinson ’22 led the way, posting another double-double with 14 kills and 15 digs. Abby Carian ’22 recorded a double-double too, tallying 11 kills and 11 digs. Jocelyn Nathan ’23 was all over the court, preventing numerous Raider attacks with a match-high 31 digs. Nat Bush ’22 dished out a match-high 27 assists and added eight digs. Violet Perloff ’24 added 6 kills while Ellie Dealy ’24 posted four of her own. 
     
    On Thursday, the Quakers battled against #2 Padua in the State Semifinals and came up short, falling 3-0. Nathan continued her stellar play, stopping numerous Panda attacks en route to recording a match-high 30 digs. Robinson posted her second consecutive double-double with 16 digs to go along with 12 kills. Carian led all Quakers with 13 kills while Bush dished out 22 assists. 
     
    Now 15-3, the Quakers will compete in the 3rd place match against Newark Charter on Monday evening. The match is scheduled to begin at 5:30 pm and will be played at the Bob Carpenter Center in Newark, Delaware. 
  • Week of 11/01

    Cross Country: On Saturday afternoon, the WFS cross country team traveled to Winterthur Estate to compete in the New Castle County Championships! The varsity boys placed 9th out of 24 teams! Max Leffler led the way, placing 7th overall and earning All-County honors for his strong performance. Ellie Criscimagna ’23, Caroline Vanderloo ’22, and Mia Davenport ’25 continued to impress with their strong performances in the varsity girls race. 
     
    Winterthur, known as a challenging course, proved no match for WFS runners as 12 members of the team set personal records!!!
     
    Top 5 varsity boys runners:
    1. Leffler
    2. Livy Zug ’22
    3. Sameer Vidwans ’23
    4. Thomas Ellis ’23 
    5. Peter Connelly ’23
     
    Volleyball: Quaker volleyball defeated Sussex Central in the second-round of the DIAA State Tournament on Saturday evening, 3-0! Reena Robinson ’22 led the way for WFS with 17 kills, six digs, and two aces. Abby Carian ’22 added 16 kills, seven digs, and served up a team-high three aces. Nat Bush ’22 handed out a match-high 34 assists while Jocelyn Nathan ’23 recorded a match-high 22 digs.
     
    WFS will now play #14 Ursuline Academy in the Quarterfinals on Tuesday evening at 7:30 pm. The match will be played at St. Mark's HS
     
    Field Hockey: The field hockey team went 1-0-1 last week and earned the #6 seed in the DIAA Division II State Tournament! In their 0-0 tie against the Hillers of Tower Hill, the Quakers fired four shots on goal and earned a game-high five penalty corners. Peri Mulveny ’23 recorded four saves in another strong performance in goal. On Thursday, the Quakers cruised to a 9-0 victory over Mount Pleasant. Lucy Wood ’22, Sawyer Rowland ’25, Madeline Rowland ’23, Aniyah Barnett ’22, Maddie Osbourn ’22, Lily Anderson ’22, Margo Gramiak ’22, Greta Vebeliunas ’25, and Nora Hughes all recorded goals. M. Rowland, Gramiak, Osbourn, Eden Cottone ’22, Grace Morrison ’22, Sophia Brennan ’23, and Grace Terrell ’24 all handed out assists. 
     
    The Quakers will host #11 Brandywine HS in the first-round of the State Tournament on Tuesday afternoon at 2:00 pm. The game will be played on Mellor Field. 
     
    Soccer: The soccer team finished the regular season undefeated in conference play when they defeated Tower Hill 1-0 on Tuesday afternoon! Tied midway through the second half, Bruno Yeh ’22 was able to find Alessio Cristanetti-Walker ’23 in transition for the lone goal to secure the win for the Quakers. The defense, led by A.P. Rossi ’22, Rhys Rademaker ’22, Aiden Borst ’22, Kevin Dolan ’24, and goalkeeper Carter Ross ’23, posted their tenth shutout in 15 games.
     
    With their strong 12-1-2 record, WFS earned a first-round bye in the DIAA Division II State Tournament and will host the winner of Delaware Military Academy vs. St. Andrew’s on Saturday, November 13. The game is scheduled to begin at 11:00 am on Mellor Field. 
     
    Football: The Quakers improved to 8-1 on Saturday afternoon as they snuck by Mount Pleasant, 22-20! Down 20-19 with just over five minutes left, WFS drove down the length of the field to set up a field-goal try. Alessio Cristanetti-Walker ’23, from 27 yards away, calmly stepped up and drilled the kick to put the Quakers ahead for good with only ten seconds remaining. On the afternoon, Cristanetti-Walker made both PAT’s and two field goals (32 yards, 27 yards). Osi Chukwuocha ’22 rushed for 111 yards on 29 carries and had one reception for 18 yards and a touchdown. Robby Tattersall ’23 threw for two touchdowns, one to Chukwuocha and one to Hudson Zawadzkas ’23 (17 yards). 
     
    The Quakers will look for their 6th straight win in their regular season finale next Saturday afternoon when they host St. Andrew’s at 2:00 pm. 
  • Week of 10/25

    Volleyball: Quaker volleyball continued to take care of business this week as they won both contests to finish the regular season 13-2! On Monday, WFS defeated Caravel Academy 3-1 behind the strong play of the Class of 2022. Reena Robinson ’22 (15 kills, 11 digs) and Abby Carian ’22 (13 kills, 11 digs) each recorded double-doubles. Nat Bush ’22 dished out a match-high 38 assists while Jocelyn Nathan ’23 tallied 27 digs. Violet Perloff ’24 reached double-digit kills as well, posting ten for the evening. 
     
    On Friday evening, the Quakers blanked St. Andrew’s 3-0. Robinson continued her terrific play at the net, accumulating 14 kills. Carian served up nine aces to go along with nine digs while Bush handed out 24 helpers to go along with four aces. 
     
    The Quakers, seeded #6 in the DIAA State Tournament, will host the winner of Sussex Central vs. Lake Forest on November 6. The time of the match is to be determined. 
     
    Cross Country: It was another great week for the cross country team as they competed in the DISC meet on Thursday afternoon and eight team members set personal records! The varsity boys placed third overall, led by Max Leffler ’22 who earned All-Conference honors with his third-place finish. Ellie Criscimagna ’23 continued her incredible junior campaign as she earned All-Conference honors by placing eighth! 
     
    They will compete in the New Castle County Championships at Winterthur Estate on November 6. More info on the start times of each race will be posted shortly.
     
    Field Hockey: In their lone match of the week, Quaker field hockey defeated St. Andrew’s 1-0! Tied 0-0 in the third quarter, Eden Cottone ’22  sent a beautiful pass to Aniyah Barnett ’22 who was able to push the ball right past the Saints goalkeeper. The defense posted their seventh shutout of the 2021 campaign as they limited the Saints to one shot on goal and held them to zero penalty corners. 
     
    Now 10-2-1, the Quakers will head to Richardson Field on Tuesday afternoon to compete against Tower Hill. The game is scheduled to begin at 3:45 pm. 
     
    Soccer: WFS soccer claimed their fourth straight conference title on Thursday evening when they tied St. Andrew’s 1-1! Carter Ross was simply incredible all afternoon against the Saints, stopping 11 shots that were sent his way. Kato Connor ’25 scored the lone goal of the match off of a beautiful assist from Rohan Mandayam ’23. 
     
    On Saturday, the boys defeated Conrad 4-0. Alessio Cristanetti-Walker ’23 recorded a hat-trick and K.Connor scored off of a corner. Mandayam and Quinn Green ’24 each recorded assists. Now 11-1-2, the Quakers will look for win number 12 when they host Tower Hill at 3:00 pm on Tuesday afternoon.
     
    Football: The varsity football team defeated Brandywine High School 35-14 on Saturday afternoon! Andrew McKenzie ’24 found the endzone three times, rushing for two scores on the ground and hauling in a 43-yard reception for six. Robby Tattersall ’23 continued his excellent play, throwing touchdown passes to McKenzie, Jaden Willie ’23, and Hudson Zawadzkas ’23. Defensively, the Quakers were sharp the entire afternoon and forced two turnovers as Donnie Morton ’22 and Willie intercepted the Bulldogs quarterback.
     
    Now 7-1, the Quakers will travel to Mount Pleasant HS next Saturday afternoon for a 2:00 pm kickoff.
     
  • Week of 10/18

    Volleyball: It was quite an impressive week for Quaker volleyball as they upset #2 ranked Padua on Thursday evening and claimed their third straight DISC championship on Saturday afternoon with their victory over Tower Hill!
     
    On Thursday, the Quakers won a five-set thriller over Padua! Up 14-13 in the 5th set, Reena Robinson ’22 ended the match with an attack down the left side of the floor to secure the win for the Quakers! Robinson, Abby Carian ’22, and Nat Bush ’22 led the way as they all recorded double-doubles. Robinson tallied 23 kills and 19 digs while Carian had a match-high 30 kills and 12 digs. Bush handed out a match-high 56 assists and added 16 digs. Jocelyn Nathan ’23 was all over the floor from her libero spot, stopping numerous Panda attacks and notching a match-high 39 digs. 
     
    On Saturday, the Quakers defeated Tower Hill 3-0 and claimed their third straight DISC championship! Carian continued her outstanding play, recording a match-high 21 kills to go alone with nine digs. Robinson was second on the team with 11 kills while Bush dished out a match-high 33 assists. Nathan tallied 19 digs and served up four aces.
     
    Now 11-2, the Quakers will look for win number 12 on Monday evening when they host Caravel Academy at 5:15 p.m. 
     
    Football: Football extended their winning-streak to three games on Saturday, defeating Howard 35-0. Osi Chukwuocha ’22 rushed for 151 yards and three TDs to lead the Quaker offense. Robby Tattersall ’23 threw for 89 yards and scored on a 21 yard run. Colin Harron ’23 and Jaden Willie ’23 each recorded interceptions for the Quakers to lead their defensive efforts. Harron returned his interception for a touchdown, putting the Quakers up 28-0 in the third quarter!
     
    Now 6-1, WFS will look for win number seven on Homecoming weekend as they host Brandywine HS. Kickoff is set for 2:30 pm.
     
    Field Hockey: Field hockey suffered their first conference loss on Saturday, falling to a talented Tatnall team 4-0. Now 9-2-1, the Quakers will look for win number ten on Saturday afternoon when they host St. Andrew’s. The game is scheduled to begin at 12:00 p.m.
     
    Soccer: #4 ranked boys soccer went 1-1 this week, losing to #2 ranked Caravel 3-1 on Tuesday afternoon and defeating Tatnall 2-0 on Saturday. In their loss to Caravel, Kato Connor ’25 scored the lone goal for the Quakers when he slid the ball past the the keeper off of an assist from Alessio Cristanetti-Walker ’23 in the 56th minute. While this goal tied the game up at one goal apiece, the Buccaneers answered late, scoring on a penalty kick in the 74th minute and adding an insurance goal in extra time. 
     
    In their 2-0 win over Tatnall, Aiden Borst ’22 and Cristanetti-Walker ’23 each scored for the Quakers while Bruno Yeh ’22 and A.P. Rossi ’22 handed out assists. The squad will look for their 11th win on Thursday afternoon when they host St. Andrew's at 4:00 p.m. 
     
  • Week of 10/11

    Football: The varsity football team improved to 5-1 on Friday evening, defeating AI DuPont 36-6. Osi Chukwuocha ’22 accounted for 162 total yards of offense and scored two touchdowns. Robby Tattersall ’23 threw for three touchdowns and used his legs to account for another one. Paul Beardell ’23 and Jaden Willie ’23 each caught one touchdown pass from Tattersall. 
     
    The Quakers, now 5-1, will look for win number six next Saturday when they host Howard High School. Kickoff is set for 2:00 pm. 
     
    Cross Country: The cross country team competed in the Joe O’Neill Invitational on Friday afternoon at Bellevue State Park. The team performed well as 15 WFS runners posted season-best performances on a rather humid afternoon. Max Leffler ’22 continued his outstanding senior campaign, placing 14th overall out of 223 competitors.
     
    Soccer: The boys soccer team outscored their opponents 11-0 this week, defeating both Sanford and Wilmington Christian. In their matchup against Sanford, Alessio Cristanetti-Walker ’23 found the back of the net three times. Chaz Manolakos ’23 led WFS with two assists while Rohan Mandayam ’23 added one. 
     
    On Saturday, the boys defeated Wilmington Christian 8-0. Shiloh Connor ’22 led the way for WFS, scoring three goals in the first half and adding a fourth in the second. Cristanetti-Walker, Zac Antao ’24, Kato Connor ’25, and Ujay Bhuva ’25 each scored one to round out the scoring. S. Connor, Bhuva, Cole Morris ’22, Pier-Paolo Ergueta ’22, Kevin Dolan ’24, and Quinn Green ’24 all handed out one helper apiece. 
     
    The Quakers, now 9-0-1, will look for win number ten on Tuesday afternoon when they host a very talented Caravel team at 4:00 pm. 
     
    Field Hockey: The Quaker field hockey team continued their solid play this week, playing to a 0-0 tie against Concord HS and defeating Wilmington Christian 8-0.  In their 0-0 tie, the Quakers fired a game-high eight shots on goal and earned seven penalty corners. Peri Mulveny ’23 recorded six saves in her shutout and was aided by the strong defensive play of Margo Gramiak ’22, Emma Slease ’23, Giuliana DiPrinzio ’25, and Sawyer Rowland ’25.
     
    In their 8-0 win against the Warriors, the WFS offensive attack was explosive as they fired 18 shots on goal and earned 12 penalty corners. Lucy Wood ’22, Lily Anderson ’22, and Gramiak led the scoring outburst with two goals apiece! Alexa Donahue ’22 and Madeline Rowland ’22 each added one. Donahue also handed out a game-high two helpers while Maddie Osbourn ’22, Sophia Brennan ’23, and M. Rowland all dished out one. The Quakers defense earned their 6th shutout of the 2021 campaign as they limited the Warriors to two shots on goal. 
     
    They will look for win number ten when they travel to Tatnall next Saturday afternoon. The game is scheduled to begin at 11:00 am.
     
    Volleyball: The varsity volleyball team improved their record to 9-2 this week, defeating both Tatnall and Wilmington Christian in straight sets. In their 3-0 win over Tatnall, Jocelyn Nathan ’23 surpassed the 1,000 dig milestone in the second set! Nathan would go on to record a match-high 21 digs while Abby Carian ’22 led the way with 15 kills. Reena Robinson ’22 did a little bit of everything on her way to a near double-double, tallying 11 kills and nine digs. 
     
    On Friday, the Quakers remained undefeated in conference play with their victory over Wilmington Christian. Carian continued her dominance at the net, posting a match-high 15 kills. Robinson added 13 kills, served up eight aces and tallied seven digs. Nat Bush ’22 handed out 36 assists and Nathan recorded 22 digs. 
     
    They will look for win number ten on Thursday evening when they travel to Padua for a showdown against the Pandas. The match is scheduled to begin at 6:15 pm.
  • Week of 10/04

    Field Hockey: Quaker field hockey continued their winning ways this week, posting wins against conference opponents Tower Hill and Sanford! Down 1-0 with six minutes to play in the 4th quarter on Tuesday afternoon, Giuliana DiPrinzio ’25 fired a pass to Aniyah Barnett ’22 who was able to slide it right past the Hillers goalkeeper to tie the score up at one goal apiece. The Quakers would secure the win in overtime when Margo Gramiak ’22 found Alexa Donahue ’22 for the game-winning goal to extend their winning streak to six games!
     
    On Thursday, they made it seven in a row when they defeated Sanford 2-1. The Quakers scored both goals in the first quarter, as Madeline Rowland ’23 scored on an unassisted goal while Aniyah Barnett ’22 fired one right past the goalkeeper off of an assist from Alexa Donahue ’22. WFS fired six shots on goal and they were awarded five penalty corners throughout the afternoon. Peri Mulveny ’23 recorded three saves. Now sporting an 8-1 record, the Quakers will look for their 9th win tomorrow afternoon when they host Concord HS at 4:00 p.m. 

    * If you would like to check out the game-winning goal, click here! *
     
    Cross Country: The cross country team headed to Banning Park on Thursday afternoon to compete against Delaware Military Academy in a dual meet. It was a strong meet for WFS as ten runners set season-best performances with strong times! Max Leffler ‘22 placed 2nd amongst all boys and Ellie Criscimagna ‘23 was the 2nd girl to finish. On Friday, October 15, the cross country squad will head to Bellevue State Park to compete in the Joe O’Neill Invitational. Races begin at 3:00 p.m. 
     
    Football: The varsity football team notched another victory this weekend, defeating Glasgow HS 28-16 on Saturday afternoon! Andrew McKenzie ’24, in his first extended action at running back, ran for a team-high 116 yards and one touchdown. Paul Beardell ’23 did a little bit of everything, hauling in three passes for 25 yards and punching in two touchdowns on the ground. Robby Tattersall ’23 continued to impact both sides of the ball, throwing a 29-yard touchdown pass to Avery Gaines ’24 and recording a critical sack. 
     
    Now 4-1, the Quakers will look for win number five next Friday evening when they travel to AI DuPont HS. Kickoff is set for 6:00 p.m.
     
    Soccer: In their lone matchup this week, boys varsity soccer defeated Tower Hill 3-1! Shiloh Connor scored two goals while Alessio Cristanetti-Walker ’23 netted one goal and handed out on assist to Connor. Now 7-0-1 and ranked #5 in the State, the boys have two critical conference matchups this week against Sanford and Wilmington Christian. They will look for win number eight when they host Sanford on Tuesday afternoon at 4:00 p.m. 

    * If you would like to check out some game highlights from their win against Tower, click here! *
     
    Volleyball: After a tough loss to Newark Charter last week, the Quaker volleyball team got back on track with two big wins over Tower Hill and Sanford this week! In their 3-0 win against Tower, Nat Bush ’22 recorded a double-double, dishing out 31 assists and tallying 12 digs. Abby Carian ’22 led the team with 17 kills while Reena Robinson ’22 added 13. Jocelyn Nathan ’23 continued her outstanding junior campaign, recording a match-high 22 digs.
     
    On Thursday, they defeated Sanford 3-0. Robinson nearly recorded a double-double as she tallied ten digs and nine kills while Nathan added a match-high 25 digs. Carian led all Quakers with 15 kills and Bush served up four aces to go along with 23 dimes. They will look for win number eight on Tuesday evening when they host Tatnall at 5:15 p.m.
  • Week of 09/27

    Field Hockey: The Quakers went 2-0 this week, extending their winning streak to five games! On Tuesday, WFS beat William Penn HS 7-0. Aniyah Barnett ’22 and Grace Morrison ’22 led the team with two goals apiece. Eden Cottone ’22, Kaely Tornek ’22, and Zoe Rahaim ’22 all netted one.  Madeline Rowland ’23 handed out a game-high two assists while Barnett, Tornek, Lucy Wood ’22, Lily Anderson ’22, and Sawyer Rowland ’25 dished out one. 
     
    On Thursday, the Quakers traveled to Middletown and took care of business against St. Andrew’s. Cottone, Wood, and Rahaim all netted goals for the Quakers. Barnett, Margo Gramiak ’22, and Alexa Donahue ’22 each recorded one assist. The Quaker defense pitched their 4th shutout of the season against the Saints as Gramiak, Rahaim, Emma Slease ’23, Giuliana DiPrinzio ’25, and S. Rowland limited St. Andrew's to three shots. Peri Mulveny ’23 continued to impress in goal, recording three saves. 
     
    Now 6-1, the Quakers will look for win number seven on Tuesday afternoon when they host Tower Hill at 4:00 p.m.
     
    Volleyball: The Quakers went 1-1 this week, defeating St. Andrew’s School on Thursday and losing to a talented Newark Charter team on Saturday. Against St. Andrew’s, WFS came out strong and never let up, winning the match in straight sets (25-14, 25-16, 25-16). Abby Carian ’22 led the way with a double-double (a match-high 18 kills, ten aces) while Reena Robinson added 12 kills. Nat Bush ’22 facilitated early and often, handing out a match-high 27 assists. 
     
    On Saturday, the Quakers fell to 4-2, falling to Newark Charter 3-0. Jocelyn Nathan ’23 tallied a match-high 32 digs while Carian and Robinson nearly recorded double-doubles. Carian led the match with 16 kills and nine digs while Robinson added nine kills and 11 digs of her own. Bush continued to impress, dishing out a match-high 28 assists.
     
    The Quakers will look to get back in the win column on Tuesday afternoon when they host Tower Hill. The match is scheduled to begin at 5:15 p.m.
     
    Football: #7 ranked WFS fell to #2 Archmere Academy on Saturday afternoon, 24-21. Down 24-7 heading into the 4th quarter, the Quakers refused to give in and narrowly came back, scoring 14 unanswered points in the final period. 
     
    Robby Tattersall ’23 led the offensive attack for WFS, throwing three touchdown passes to three different receivers. Osi Chukwuocha ’22, Hudson Zawadzkas ’23, and Jaden Willie ’23 all caught touchdown passes from Tattersall. Willie also recorded an interception from his cornerback spot. 
     
    Now 3-1, the Quakers will look to get back on track next Saturday afternoon when they travel to Glasgow HS for a 12:00 pm kickoff.
     
    Soccer: In their lone match this week, the boys played to a 0-0 tie against #3 ranked Newark Charter on Saturday afternoon. The Quakers created plenty of scoring opportunities throughout the day, but were unable to convert on any of their chances on goal (10 shots). Defensively, the squad pitched their third straight shutout (5th overall) and only allowed four shots on goal. 
     
    Now 6-0-1, they will look for win number seven on Tuesday evening when they travel to Tower Hill for a 6:00 p.m. contest. 
     
    Cross Country: It was an exciting day for the XC squad on Saturday afternoon as they competed in the Salesianum Invitational! Max Leffler ‘22 continued to prove himself as one of the top runners in the State, winning the Boys Varsity B race! Livy Zug ‘22 placed 25th overall while Thomas Ellis ‘23 and Peter Connelly ‘23 came in 33rd and 38th place, respectively. Sameer Vidwans ‘23 rounded out the top five for WFS varsity runners, crossing the finish line in 55th place. Carter Fenimore ’25 placed 8th amongst 88 runners the Freshman boys race!
     
    In the Girls Varsity B Race, Ellie Criscimagna ‘22 led the way with an 11th place finish!! Ellie Driscoll ‘25 was the second WFS runner to cross the finish line while Mia Davenport ‘25 and Beck Hartwick ‘23 rounded out the top four.

    This week, the cross country team will head to Banning Park to compete against DE Military Academy on Thursday afternoon at 4:00 p.m.
  • Week of 09/20

    Volleyball: The volleyball team went 2-0 this week, defeating Charter School in a five-set thriller and beating Tatnall 3-0! In their showdown against #5 ranked Charter on Tuesday evening, Abby Carian ’22 recorded a team-high 27 kills while Reena Robinson ’22 was 2nd on the team with 16. Jocelyn Nathan ’23 tallied 22 digs and served up five aces. Nat Bush ’22 dished out a team-high 46 assists and Violet Perloff ’24 added five kills and ten digs of her own.
     
    On Thursday, the girls traveled to Tatnall and defeated the Hornets 25-11, 25-14, and 25-19. Bush dished out a match-high 37 assists and recorded five digs. Robinson recorded a double-double with 15 kills and 11 digs. Carian continued her outstanding play and nearly matched Robinson in the double-double category as she tallied a match-high 18 kills and nine digs.
     
    The #3 ranked Quakers, now 4-1, will look for win number five on Thursday evening when they travel to Middletown to take on St. Andrew’s. The match is scheduled to begin at 5:15 p.m.
     
    Football: The Quakers defeated Tower Hill School 28-7 on Saturday in the 103rd meeting between the two! The offensive line, led by Colin Harron ’23, Jackson Baynes ’23, Phil Crock ’23, Jack Hebert ’23, Ish Dobson ’23, and Myles Johnson ’24, opened up massive running lanes for Osi Chukwuocha ’22, Robby Tattersall ’23, and Paul Beardell ’23 all afternoon. Chukwuocha continued his outstanding play, running for a game-high 140 yards and two touchdowns. Tattersall threw for 55 yards and ran for 62 yards and two scores. On defense, the Quakers picked off the Hillers four times as Chukwuocha, Harron, Jaden Willie ’23, and Andrew McKenzie ’24 each recorded interceptions.
     
    Now 3-0, the Quakers will host Archmere Academy at 3:00 p.m. next Saturday! 
     
    Soccer: The boys soccer team played well this week, defeating Concord HS, Tatnall, and St. Andrew’s. In their 6-1 victory over Concord HS, Alessio Cristanetti-Walker ’23 netted five goals and Shiloh Connor ’22 added one. S.Connor also recorded two assists while Cristanetti-Walker, Chaz Manolakos ’23 and Kato Connor ’25 each handed out 1 helper. In a total team effort, the Quakers controlled the possession battle for the entire contest and completed 183 total passes (183/267).
     
    On Friday, the Quakers improved to 5-0 as they defeated Tatnall 3-0. Cristanetti-Walker scored two goals and Cole Morris ’22 added one. S. Connor ’22 and Bruno Yeh ’22 each recorded an assist while the back end pitched their third shutout of the season. 
     
    Much like Friday, the Quakers took care of business on Saturday afternoon when they traveled to Middletown and defeated St. Andrew’s 3-0. Manolakos, Cristanetti-Walker, and S.Connor all found the back of the net for the Quakers balanced scoring attack. Rhys Rademaker ’22 handed out the lone assist on Cristanetti-Walker’s goal. The defense, proving itself to be one of the best units in the State, pitched its second shutout in as many days (and fourth of the season!). Now 6-0, the Quakers will look for win number seven on October 2 when they travel to Newark Charter for an 11:00 a.m. match. 
     
    Field Hockey: The field hockey team went a perfect 2-0 this past week, defeating MOT Charter and Tatnall! In their 8-2 victory over MOT Charter, Alexa Donahue ’22 recorded a hat-trick! Eden Cottone ’22, Aniyah Barnett ’22, Maddie Osbourn ’22, Madeline Rowland ’23, and Erin Wilhelm-McKinley ’23 each scored one goal. M. Rowland handed out a match-high four assists while Margo Gramiak ‘22 added one.
     
    In a battle between Tatnall on Friday afternoon, the Quakers came out victorious with an exciting 2-1 victory! Peri Mulveny ’23 was simply sensational in goal, recording a game-high 24 saves! Osbourn scored the Quakers first goal off of an assist from Barnett while Joey Mayer ’24 scored the go-ahead goal in the second quarter off of a beautiful assist from Gramiak. The Quakers, now 4-1, will look for win number five on Tuesday afternoon when they host William Penn HS at 4:00 p.m.
     
    Cross Country: Quaker XC competed in their first 5k of the 2021 season on Wednesday afternoon at Lums Pond against Tower Hill and Caravel Academy. Max Leffler ’22 won the entire race while Livy Zug ’22 came in 6th! Thomas Ellis ’23 was right behind Zug, placing 7th while Peter Connelly ’23 came in 9th. Ellie Criscimagna ’23 was the 2nd female to finish, placing 18th overall! Caroline Vanderloo ’22 and Ellie Driscoll ’25 rounded out the top 3 for WFS on the girls side, finishing 12th and 13th, respectively.
     
    They will travel to Brandywine Creek State Park on Saturday afternoon to compete in the Salesianum Invitational. Races begin at 1:00 p.m.
     
    If you would like to view some more photos and video highlights this past week, check out our Facebook and Instagram pages!
     
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  • Week of 09/13

    Field Hockey: The varsity field hockey team went 1-1 this week, losing to Delmar HS and defeating Wilmington Christian. In their loss to #1 ranked Delmar on Tuesday, Peri Mulveny ’23 performed well in goal and recorded a game-high 14 saves. 

    On Friday, the Quakers defeated Wilmington Christian 4-0! Alexa Donahue ‘22 started the scoring for the Quakers in the 1st quarter, ripping a shot right past the goalkeeper off of a beautiful assist from Margo Gramiak ‘22. Minutes later, Madeline Rowland ‘23 put the Quakers up 2-0 with an unassisted shot that found the back of the net. Lucy Wood ‘22 scored her second goal of the 2021 campaign in the 2nd quarter when she finished off an assist from Sophia Brennan ‘23. Gramiak rounded out the scoring for WFS in the 3rd quarter, blasting a shot past the goalie off of an assist from Donahue. Mulveny posted her second shutout of the season, saving both shots that came her way.  

    Now 2-1, the Quakers will look for win number three on Monday afternoon when they host MOT Charter at 4:00 p.m.

    Volleyball: The varsity volleyball team went 1-1 this week, falling to #1 ranked St. Mark’s and defeating Wilmington Christian. In their loss to the #1 Spartans on Tuesday afternoon, the Quakers fought hard and won the first set (the only team to take a set off of St.Mark’s all season). The Spartans rallied back after that, taking the next three sets en route to a 3-1 win. Reena Robinson ’22 smashed a team-high 16 kills and added four digs. Jocelyn Nathan ’23 recorded a team-high 21 digs while Nat Bush ’22 handed out a match-high 30 assists. 

    On Friday, the Quakers got back to their winning ways and defeated Wilmington Christian 3-0! Abby Carian ‘22 recorded a match-high 17 kills. Nathan tallied 14 digs and served up 11 aces while Bush dished out a match-high 28 assists.

    The Quakers, now 2-1, will look for win number three on Tuesday afternoon when they host Wilmington Charter at 4:30 p.m.

    Soccer: The Quaker soccer team defeated Wilmington Christian 8-0 in their only match of the week on Friday afternoon! Alessio Cristanetti-Walker ’23 scored a team-high four goals in the first half, giving him ten total in the team’s first three games. Shiloh Connor ’22, Johnny Finizio ’22, Chaz Manolakos ’23, and Rohan Mandayam ’23 rounded out the scoring for the Quakers as they each scored one goal. 

    Quinn Green ’24 led the team with two assists while S. Connor, Mandayam, Manolakos, and Kato Connor ‘25 each handed out one helper. The back end, led by A.P. Rossi ’22, Aiden Borst ’22, Rhys Rademaker ’22, and Kevin Dolan ’24, limited the Warriors to three shots. Carter Ross ’23, making one save, posted his second shutout of the season.

    The Quakers, now 3-0, are back in action next Tuesday when they host Concord HS at 4:00 p.m.

    Football: The varsity football team improved to 2-0 on Friday night, defeating Tatnall 35-0! Robby Tattersall ’23 accounted for three touchdowns (1 passing, 1 rushing, & 1 blocked punt return). The offensive line paved massive running lanes all night which allowed Osi Chukwuocha ’22 to rush for a game-high 262 yards on 28 carries. Chukwuocha also scored two touchdowns, giving him three on the season. Jaden Willie ’23 was on the receiving end of Tattersall’s touchdown pass.

    On defense, the Quakers posted their second straight shutout as they prevented Tatnall from making any big plays all night. In addition to Tattersall’s blocked punt that he returned for a touchdown, Chukwuocha recorded his first interception of the 2021 season in the 2nd quarter.

    The Quakers are back in action next Saturday afternoon when they host Tower Hill. Kickoff is set for 2:30 p.m.
  • Week of 09/06

    Cross CountryThe cross country team traveled to Unionville HS on Saturday morning to participate in the Unionville 2 Mile Bash. Max Leffler ’22 turned in a terrific performance, placing 5th overall in the Senior Boys race with a time of 10:20. Livy Zug ’22 performed well too, finishing his two mile race in 11:53.

    Caroline Vanderloo ’22 clocked in at 15:03 in the Senior Girls race while Ellie Criscimagna ’23 finished 33rd overall in the Junior Girls heat. Criscimagna’s final time was 13:36.

    The team will participate in the White Clay Creek Classic on Friday afternoon. The race will take place at White Clay Creek State Park at 3:00 pm.

    Football: The Quaker football team defeated Delmar HS by a final score of 28-0 on Saturday afternoon. Robby Tattersall ’23 led the offensive charge, throwing two touchdown passes to Hudson Zawadzkas ’23 (25 yards, 5 yards). Behind their impressive offensive line, the Quakers were able to control the football and run for a game-high 147 yards. Paul Beardell ’23 ripped off a 50-yard run while Osi Chukwuocha ’22 punched one in from four yards out.

    Defensively, Wilmington Friends caused Delmar to turn the football over five times, recovering three fumbles and picking off two passes. Tattersall recovered the first Delmar fumble in the end zone for the first Quaker touchdown of the 2021 season while Jaden Willie ’23 and Zawadzkas each recorded interceptions.

    WFS, now 1-0, will travel to Tatnall next Friday for their second contest. Kickoff is scheduled for 7:00 pm.

    Soccer: The boys varsity soccer team won both games this week, defeating Sanford School and Dover HS. The Quakers offensive attack was quite impressive on Thursday afternoon against Sanford, scoring nine goals. Alessio Cristanetti-Walker ’23 could not be stopped all afternoon, scoring four goals in the first half and adding another in the second. Shiloh Connor ’22 found the back of the net twice while Collier Zug ‘24 and Kato Connor ’25 added one goal apiece. Chaz Manolakos ‘23 led WFS in the assists department, recording two on Cristanetti-Walker’s second and fifth goals. Rohan Mandayam ’23 and Kato Connor also dished out one assist apiece.

    On Saturday, the boys took on Dover HS in a tough matchup. Tied 0-0 after regulation, the teams headed into overtime. In the fourth minute of overtime, the Quakers were able to capitalize on a counter-attack as Bruno Yeh ’22 sent a beautiful pass that found the foot of Cristanetti-Walker for the game-winning goal.

    The Quakers, now 2-0, will look to make it three in-a-row when they host Wilmington Christian on Friday afternoon. The match is set to begin at 4:00 pm.

    Volleyball:  #3 ranked volleyball defeated Sanford School 3-0 on Thursday afternoon! Jocelyn Nathan ’23 did a little bit of everything for the Quakers, as she served up six aces, recorded a team-high 12 digs, and dished out four assists. Abby Carian ‘22 recorded match-high 15 kills while Reena Robinson ‘22 added 13 of her own to go along with six digs. Nat Bush ’22 handed out a match-high 27 assists and had four aces as well. The volleyball team is back in action next Tuesday when they host the defending State Champions, St. Mark’s HS. The match is scheduled to begin at 5:15 pm.

    Field HockeyThe girls varsity field hockey team won their first conference matchup on Thursday afternoon, defeating Sanford School 1-0. Tied 0-0 midway through the fourth quarter, Lucy Wood ’22 found the back of the net off of a beautiful assist from Joey Mayer ’24. The defense was phenomenal all afternoon, holding the Warriors to two shots on goal. Peri Mulveny ’23 recorded two saves in the shutout. The Quakers, now 1-0, will travel down to the the DE Turf Sports Complex to compete against Delmar HS on Tuesday afternoon. The match is scheduled to begin at 4:00 pm.

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