Friday, February 07, 2014
The Williston Northampton boys basketball team had four players in double figures as the Wildcats beat Pomfret, 80-65, in Easthampton Wednesday.
Joey O’Connell (Hatfield) had 25 points and six rebounds, while Adey Adams and Sam Blake each had 17 points.
Mat Sulda (Hatfield) had 15 points for Williston (7-8, 5-3 Class B).
Northfield Mount Hermon 55, Williston 48 — Natalie Baum had 22 points, while Gia Parker (Amherst) added seven but the Wildcats fell on the road.
Loomis Chaffee 5, Williston 4 — Tyler Scroggins scored twice, while Brandon Borges and Will Flynn each had one goal but the Wildcats fell on the road.
Williston 2, Taft 0 — Lizzie Sheline and Christina Zalewski each scored, while Gabby Jones had an assist and Morgan Fisher 16 saves as the Wildcats won at home.
Worcester 57, Williston 37 — David Fitch (Conway) won the 500 free, Wilder Denholm won the 50 free and Alex Li took the 100 back but the Wildcats fell on the road.
Williston 57, Worcester 37 — Maya Soley (South Hadley), Natalie Aquadro (Nortampton) and Emily Yeager (Easthampton) each won two events as the Wildcats (5-2) won on the road.
Soley won the 200 and 500 free, Aquadro won the 100 free and 100 breast, and Yeager won the 200 individual medley and 100 back.
Suffield 6, Williston 1 —Edwin Kim won 3-1 at No. 1 but the Wildcats (5-4) fell on the road.
Boys Alpine skiing
Deerfield Academy finished first with 327 points in the fourth race of the Mount Institute Ski League season at Berkshire East in Charlemont.
Williston finished fifth with 219 points.
Nick Bertrand, of Northfield Mount Hermon, won in a combined 88.15 seconds. Madison Baker, of Deerfield, was third in 90.51 seconds.
Girls Alpine skiing
Northfield Mount Hermon finished first with 261 points in the fourth race of the Mount Institute Ski League season at Berkshire East in Charlemont. Deerfield Academy was third (228) and Williston was fifth (143).
Camila Goclowski, of Northfield Mount Hermon, was first in a combined 92.70 seconds. Alaina Chen, of Deerfield, was fourth in 95.14. Jen Carellas, of Williston, was eighth in 100.46, while teammate Lucrezia Pessina was ninth in 100.96.