Head Coach: Herb Haller '85
Per coach and recap author Diccon Ong, victory continues to elude the boys, but seems to draw increasingly near.
The host entered the game confidently with a 5-1 record, while the Pioneers were determined to continue their own series of wins.
Thank you, once again, to Diccon Ong for the wonderful game recap.
This was a very good performance and it gave the boys confidence for the upcoming games.
The WRA Boys Soccer team took its first weekend trip to the Mainline Jamboree near Philadelphia, PA
On Tuesday, September 13th, the Boys JV soccer team fell to 2-4 on the season as they lost a tough game 1-0 against Archbishop Hoban High School.
Even though WRA gave up 4 goals, they were led by excellent performances
Congratulations to our C-Squad Soccer team for facing a tough opponent with courage and grit. A special thank you to Assistant Coach Diccon Ong for a colorful and exceptional recap.
A special shoutout to those competing in their very first game for WRA including Thomas Casey ’26, Grant Adams ’26, Pol Miguel Collado ’25, Alex Lee ’26, Evan Williams ’26 and Sanam Mody ’26.
The team fought back from 2-0 and 3-1 deficits, but they ran out of time as the comeback effort fell just short.
Congratulations to the Varsity Boys Soccer team for facing their toughest opponent yet and bringing home a W.
On a hot and humid afternoon the Pioneers faced a determined and athletic opponent.
The game was fast-paced and competitive from the opening minutes up to the final whistle of veteran referee Mike Porpora.
Our JV Boys Soccer dropped to 2-1 as they fell to a strong Medina team.
JV Boys Soccer is now 2-0!
Led by Buddington's four-goal night, WRA defeats Solon handily.
The school gathered to commend honored athletes who demonstrated great spirit, talent and hard work, including two Gold Medal Award recipients, Kelly R. Jannsen '23 and Sydney G. Grossman '23.
Saturday and Sunday each played host to tournaments for many of our fencers in various events.
The Pioneers faced tough competition and medaled in each event.
Behind solid performances from many players, the Pioneers start the season strong in Willoughby.
A decorated athlete and coach, Collis looks forward to taking the program's helm.