November 15, 2022: WHS Post-Season Sports Photos by Gretchen McMahon Photography

photo: Gretchen McMahon Photography

Several falls Wilton High School sports teams headed into postseason play. Below are some recent photos taken by Gretchen McMahon Photography.

Field hockey

Wilton Varsity Field Hockey Team is still in the running for a CIAC Class L State Championship Title. The No. 2-seeded Warriors, who finished the regular season with a stellar 16-1-1 record, will face the sixth seed New Canaan in the semi-finals tonight Tuesday, November 15 at Norwalk High School.

To get here, Wilton mastered Trumbull 7-1 in the first round, and excluded Ridgefield 5-0 in the quarter-finals. If they make it to the final, they will take the top seed You’re welcome or fourth seed Glastonbury at Weathersfield on Saturday November 19.

Below in the WHS field hockey team’s win over Trumbull in the CIAC first round is Sammy’s Swamp.

photo: Gretchen McMahon Photography


The Wilton Girls’ Football Team was ranked 27th in CIAC Class LL State Tournament support, but defeated the top ranked Enfield 1-0 in the first round as well as Room 1-0, who was also seeded above WHS, in the second round. But this past Saturday November 12Wilton fell to the third seed Staples 3-0 in the quarter-finals.

Below, the main captain Heather Plowright, who scored Wilton’s only goal in the 1-0 win over Hall last Thursday evening November 10 in West Hartford.

photo: Gretchen McMahon Photography

Goalkeeper Addison Dobson made several saves like the one below in Wilton’s win over Hall.

photo: Gretchen McMahon Photography


Wilton’s varsity volleyball team had a very good year, ending 14-6 and ranked 13th in CIAC’s LL class. But the team’s regular season ended on a shocking and emotional note – both senior captains were injured. Center Caitlin Allen (second team fully FCIAC) badly sprained his ankle in practice just a day before the team’s final game, and outside hitter Kendall Scholz (first team All-FCIAC) broke his hand in that same game. The team had to adjust to the FCIACs with two junior college players called up and some on-court position adjustments to face FCIAC second-placed Trumbull – a team Wilton beat for the first time in years earlier in the season. This year. Their level of play was extraordinary considering their two best players were out and there was a whole other flow on the court, but they were down 0-3 sets. Allen returned to the court for the first round of the CIAC State Championships on Tuesday, November 8, where Wilton faced Staples, another team they had beaten in the regular season. Despite winning the first set, Wilton’s 2022 season ended with a 1-3 finish in the game.

Bottom left, senior setter Aly Rappaport and junior libero Poppy Hervé in the game against Staples.

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