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Wednesday’s prep schools: Hatfield’s Matt Channell pins 3 for Williston wrestling



Wednesday, February 01, 2017

Hatfield’s Matt Channell pinned all three challengers at 170 pounds to help the Williston Northampton wrestling team go 2-1 at home Wednesday.

The Wildcats beat Salisbury 60-6 and Avon 42-34, but lost 45-21 to Choate Rosemary Hall.

Leeds’ Bina Sweet (132 pounds), Hunter Adams (145), Harrison Winrow (16) and Kevin O’Sullivan (182) also went 3-0 for Williston (13-6).

Boys basketball

Williston 53, Pomfret 43 — Duncan LeXander had 14 points, and the Wildcats won their ninth game in a row.

Mike Mahoney added 12 points, and Spencer Danforth scored 10 for Williston (11-4).

Girls basketball

Northfield Mount Hermon 56, Williston 45 — Sarah Sullivan scored 14 points in a home loss.

Sarah Marion hit three 3s and added 13 points, while Olivia Bonavita added 12 for Williston.

MacDuffie 45 Dexter, Southfield 35 — The Mustangs won their third game in a row at home on top of Jocelyn St. Onge’s 19 points and Florence Tshimanga’s 13 points.

Girls ice hockey

Williston 2, Taft School 0 — Gabby Jones and Kate Holmes found the net for the Wildcats in a road win.

Danielle Marquez picked up the shutout in goal for Williston (15-1-1).

Skiing

Mountain Institute Ski League Race No. 4 — Devin DeVerry took second in the boys giant slalom in 43.95 seconds. He led the Wildcats to a third-place finish with 206 points.

Williston was fifth on the girls side, but Sophie Carrelas made the top-10 of the girls giant slalom, finishing in 49.28 seconds.

Girls squash

Deerfield 6, Williston 1 — Lindsay Whipple of Easthampton won in straight sets for the Wildcats.

Boys swimming

Williston 96, Worcester Academy 77 — David Fitch set school and pool records, winning the 200-yard freestyle in 1 minute, 43.86 seconds. He also broke his own pool record in the 100 freestyle (47.25).

Sam Haddad won the 200 individual medley and 100 breaststroke to remain unbeaten in those events this season.

Girls swimming

Williston 94, Worcester Academy 80 — Gabby Mercier broke her own school record in diving. Sally Alrutz, Northampton’s Natalie Aquadro and Sydney Joyce each won two races.