Landmark Athletes Notch Career Milestones
Each high school sport has a benchmark that athletes strive to attain. Two Landmark High School students reached the standard of excellence in early February.
On February 2 at the Hyde School, Isaiah Castellucci '19 landed his 100th varsity wrestling win. Isaiah was honored with a plaque on February 6, and his brother and fellow wrestler, Josiah '21, shared a few words to mark the occasion.
"Throughout the eight years my brother and I have wrestled, I have seen him through his ups and his downs. I have seen him win and I have seen him lose, believe it or not," Josiah said. "I would not be the same wrestler I am today without the constant nagging and pushing of my brother."
Pat Sullivan '19 notched the 1,000-point plateau in the boys varsity basketball game against Brewster Academy, also on February 6. He entered the game needing 24 points to achieve the milestone. During the second half, after a strong drive to the rim, Pat was fouled and then knocked down his first free throw attempt—and his 1,000th varsity point.
Years of hard work and commitment paid off for these two student-athletes. Congratulations!