Greenwich High

Greenwich’s Bryce Metalios earns Academic All-America lacrosse honors; James Pilc, Matthew Trimmer, Charlie Zola, All-State Team selections

Photo by David Fierro: Bryce Metalios, who recently graduated, is a USA Lacrosse Academic All-America.

After producing an outstanding season for Greenwich High School’s boys lacrosse team, Bryce Metalios and a number of his Cardinals teammates received postseason honors.

Metalios, who will soon be heading to MIT, earned USA Lacrosse Academic All-America honors for his excellence in the classroom. A high-scoring attack, Metalios, who graduated from Greenwich High School last month, also excelled on the field throughout his impressive Cardinals career.

He scored more than 50 goals during his senior season this past spring and registered well more than 100 goals for his varsity career. Metalios powered Greenwich’s offensive attack throughout his career, rising to the occasion in numerous games. He also served as one of the squad’s senior captains.

Photo by David Fierro: Bryce Metalios (middle, No. 45), was a USA Lacrosse Academic All-America selection.

Several Greenwich athletes received CHSCA All-State Team accolades. James Pilc, a 2022 GHS graduate, earned All-State Class L Second Team honors. Pilc, a midfielder/attack, helped ignite the Cardinals’ offensively, scoring clutch goals throughout the season, while setting up his teammates for scoring opportunities.

Pilc, who also played on the schools’ basketball team, filled the role as both a lacrosse and basketball captain.

Photo by David Fierro: James Pilc, received Connecticut High School Coaches Association Class L Second Team All-State recognition.

Matthew Trimmer, a rising senior, earned CHSCA Class L Second Team All-State honors as well. Trimmer was one of the anchors of the Cardinals’ defense, which was also one of the team’s strengths.

Matthew Trimmer, a defender, was a CHSCA Class L Second Team All-State Team selection.

Charlie Zola, who also graduated last month, was a Class L All-State Second Team selection as well. Zola was a consistent force as a goalie for the Cardinals. He helped spearhead Greenwich’s defense with a wealth of key saves throughout the season.

Charlie Zola earned All-State Team honors for his fine performances as a goalie.

Zola also provided leadership as one of the Cards’ senior captains.

Greenwich was certainly well represented on the All-FCIAC Lacrosse Team. Metalios, Pilc, Quinn Warwick (2022 graduate/captain) and Trimmer each received All-FCIAC Second Team recognition.

Brian Collins, a rising senior, Flynn Milledge (2022 graduate, captain) and Wesley Zolin (2022 graduate) were All-FCIAC Third Team selections. Brendan Frost (2022 graduate), rising senior Adam Kim and John Scarlata, who also graduated last month, were each All-FCIAC Honorable Mention selections.

Quinn Warwick was an All-FCIAC Second Team honoree for his standout player as a FOGO/midfielder.
Flynn Milledge, who recently graduated, was a Third Team All-FCIAC selection, following a strong season.
Greenwich’s five 2022 senior captains, Charlie Zola, Quinn Warwick, Bryce Metalios, Flynn Milledge and James Pilc each received individual postseason awards for their impressive performances throughout the spring season.

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