WAC Junior of the Month: Connor Riley

WAC Junior of the Month: Connor Riley.

November 2016

Fifteen-year-old Connor Riley recently started his high school career as a football and baseball player for Seattle Preparatory School. Connor has played baseball since he was 8 and football since he was 12. He credits conditioning and agility training at the WAC for helping him build strength and speed on the football field. His favorite part of playing football is tackling and blocking. Connor hopes to play varsity football next fall and to improve his baseball batting average this coming spring. In addition to being a student athlete, Connor excels in the classroom. At the beginning of the school year he was awarded the Jesuit Excellence Scholarship, an honor reserved for incoming Seattle Prep freshman who have exhibited leadership and service skills as well as notable academic performance. Connor wants to be a computer engineer when he grows up.

—Posted November 10, 2016

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