Peter Sposito (left) with fellow volleyball captain Liam Scales
Sposito is a team captain for the GHS volleyball team that defeated Fairfield Ludlowe in the first round and upset Southington in the quarterfinals of the Class L tournament. During the regular season, the senior led the team in sets played and was second on the team in kills, along with top-three in blocks and aces.
Sposito, who also starred for the Guardians basketball team, recently decided to attend Choate Rosemary Hall for post-graduate year next fall as he expands his educational and hoops horizons.
“My goal is to play basketball at the best academic and athletic school possible, and I felt Choate would give me the best opportunity to do that. I’m really excited to jump in with the Choate community and prepare to win a NEPSAC Class A title as a Wild Boar,” he said.
After spending his early years in West Hartford, Sposito and his family moved to Glastonbury a decade ago.
“I’m really going to miss the GHS community. I have great relationships with many of my peers and teachers/coaches, so leaving these great people will be a tough, new change,” stated Sposito, whose older sister, Mary, is currently at Penn State and older brother, Matthew, attends Loyola University in Maryland, “I’m very excited for my opportunity next year at Choate and will try and get home to support Glastonbury athletics as much as possible.”
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