DANBURY, Conn. — Four student athletes at Immaculate High School in Danbury recently announced their college decisions.
Sean Fahey and Will Hatcher of Danbury, Kayla Lanza of New Milford and Danielle Marcone of Bethel signed National Letters of Intent to attend the colleges and compete in their respective sports.
Fahey will compete for the track and field team at Mount Saint Mary's University in Maryland. Hatcher will attend Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in New York, where he plans to compete in the college’s football and lacrosse programs. Lanza will attend Concordia College in New York and play girls soccer and golf while Marcone chose Quinnipiac University, where she will participate in cross country and track and field.
“These outstanding student-athletes have much in common, as they are all Honor Roll students, superb competitors who are able to rise to the occasion when needed and excellent role models among their peers,” said Jeff Castaldi, Immaculate Athletic Director. “Additionally, they are all members of All Conference teams in their respective sports, captains of multiple teams, members of state championship teams and have managed to do hundreds of hours of community service as well,” he added.
Fahey has been a member of conference and state championship teams in Indoor track, a state champion in the triple jump and an IHS school record holder in the triple jump, as well as a captain of the team.
Hatcher was captain of three sports teams as well named All Conference in football, basketball and boys lacrosse, and is a member of the boys basketball Class S State Championship team.
Marcone has been a member of three state championship teams in cross Country, and was named to All State in cross country, indoor and outdoor track. She was a captain of the IHS teams.
Lanza has been a member of two state championship teams and named All Conference and All State in girls soccer and All Conference in girls golf, and was a captain of the IHS teams.
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