Zachary Dunn ’12
Left: Nia Johnson. Right: Bertie Miller
and am a member of/help run a group for LBGTQ athletes at Williams. Go Cathedral!
is a Freshman at Bucknell and having a great time!
is a senior at Packer Collegiate. In 2016 he won the US U19 national title in squash and was also named an AllAmerican. He also qualified for the US Junior World Championship team, which competed in Poland in August 2016.
Sharde Johnson, a
Headmaster’s Cup recipient while at Cathedral, and a current junior at Emma Willard, took first place with a 5'4" high jump at the Dartmouth College Indoor Track Relays. That jump qualifies her to compete at the High School New Balance Indoor Track Nationals. Congratulations! Analiese Schwartz was featured on the CBS news program 60 Minutes in a segment on gender equality in professional soccer.
She also had the chance to meet and talk with four members of the Women’s National team who were being interviewed as well.
Jack McNulty: Thanks to Mr. Donaldson, and Mandarin classes at Cathedral, I’ve been doing really well in my second year of Mandarin at Columbia Grammar. This past summer, for six weeks I had the opportunity to work as a history tutor to rising 8th grade students. I was also happily surprised when the Saturday Night Lights Basketball Program presented me with the MVP award. Nia Johnson, a former Cathedral volleyball team captain, continues to enjoy playing volleyball at Miss Hall’s School. She joined the varsity team her freshman year.
Lucas NelsonMadore: A
freshman at Choate-Rosemary School, Lucas plays safety and wide receiver on the Junior Varsity Football team. The varsity football team is incredibly good. We have
Cathedral alumnus Zachary Dunn ’12 was tragically killed in a car accident a day before he was to leave for college in September, 2016. Many Cathedral alumni, parents, faculty and staff attended his memorial. Zachary was remembered as a bright, strongwilled young man with a contagious smile. The stories his stories his family, friends and teachers shared at the service reminded us how treasured Zachary was and what he gave and learned from our community. The whole Cathedral community mourns the loss of Zachary and extends their condolences to his parents, Sandra and James, and his brother Avery ’09.
not lost a game, and we won the All New England Championship the last two years in a row. Davis Robertson is really enjoying Packer! He is doing very well academically, and placed into Latin II. He came in 2nd running the varsity 5K at this fall’s cross country championship.
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W I N T E R 2017