Fall Sports Recap


Photo via Jen Sheppard

Championships were won and history was made this fall at West Morris. The football, girls soccer and boys cross country programs brought back titles to WMC.

Senior Sean Krentz dribbles the ball up field. (Jen Sheppard)

Boy’s Soccer

The WMC boy’s soccer team achieved a 6-9-1 record this season. The boys secured a key win over Warren Hills in their final match of the season, avenged an early season loss to Sparta and achieved a senior night win over Morristown Beard. They reached the first round of the Morris County Tournament but lost to Morristown in penalty kicks.




The boys cross country team poses with their sectional championship trophy (via WMCXC Facebook)

Cross Country 

Our boy’s cross country team brought back the first sectional championship in program history this fall. They won the North 2 Group 2 title after top ten performances by Ryan Weber and Christian Capello. They went on to place fourth in the Group 2 championships. The girls team placed sixth in the North 2 Group 2 sectional race. They return a lot of successful young talent next season. 


The field hockey team celebrates after a goal (Jen Sheppard).


Field Hockey

Seeing success yet again the field hockey team ended their season with a record of 13-5-2. They were ranked second in the conference securing key wins over Mendham and Morristown. The girls made it to the semifinals of the Morris County Tournament where they fell to Mountain Lakes 3-2 in overtime. In the state tournament they went on the road in the first round and upset eighth seeded Lakeland 1-0. In the quarterfinal round they took on West Essex but lost 8-0.


The Wolfpack seniors celebrate their sectional title win (Jen Sheppard)


The football team made history on multiple occasions this season. They became the first team in over 40 years to achieve an undefeated regular season. They dominated their way through sectionals and became the first team in school history to win back to back sectional titles. However, in the North Group 3 semifinal they fell 21-6 to Old Tappan. They finished their season as a one loss team with a record of 12-1.


The girls soccer seniors celebrate their Group 2 Section 2 win (Lizzie Rubright)

Girl’s Soccer

Another team at WMC that made history this fall was our girl’s soccer program. The girls had a record of 14-6-1 on the season. They reached the Morris County Tournament final but lost to Chatham 3-1. The girls defended their 2021 North Jersey Section 2 Group 3 title after beating Hanover Park 3-1 this season. They then went on to groups. In the semifinals they defeated Old Tappan 5-0 to bring them to the group final. The girls defeated Wall 1-0 to win the first out-right Group crown in school history.

The girls tennis team celebrates following a win. (via WMC G Tennis Instagram)

Girl’s Tennis

The girl’s tennis team ended their season with a record of 3-8. Before the state tournament they hit their stride and won the last three regular season matches. The girls fell to Ironia in the first round of states 4-1.





The volleyball team celebrates a win over cross-town rival, Mendham (Jen Sheppard)

Yet another historically successful team here at WMC who kept that going this season was the volleyball team. The girls finished their season being ranked second in the division. They reached the semifinals in both the Morris County Tournament and the Section 2 Group 2 playoffs. They finished with a 14-6 on the season.


Congratulations to all of our fall sports teams and athletes on your seasons!