Sean Wildemann

Class of 2021 senior goodbye


The past four years have been full of great memories that I will carry with me for the rest of my life. I have met some of my best friends at Carroll who have made the experience even better. I have learned valuable lessons that have shaped me into who I am today. All of my siblings went to Carroll and even loved it more than I did. I would have never thought that my last two years would be during a global pandemic, though. It has taught me to appreciate the little things in life. 

My family and friends have been there by my side no matter what. They helped me get through the last four years with all the stress and work that school gives us. They have helped me become a better person through experiences and life lessons I have learned by their side. I will never forget my peers I have met at Carroll and teachers who have always taught me to do my best.  

From the first practice freshman year to my last game senior year, I have created a bond with my teammates that I’ll never forget. My coaches helped me grow as a player, on and off the field. Both Kendall Walkes and Blaze Santangelo gave me a great and fun experience at practice, games and even on bus rides to and from games. They each pushed me to be as good as I possibly could be and gave me the confidence to do so.  

As I move onto the next part of my life, I would like to thank everyone who has guided me along the way. Thank you to my family, friends, coaches, and teachers who never gave up on me. I am grateful for the memories and fun. Thank you, Carroll.