Weekend prep schools: Williston blanks Millbrook in field hockey

Last modified: Friday, October 10, 2014

Hannah Touzos, Delaney Belinskas (assist), Meg Szawlowski (Leeds) and Julia Lustenader each scored as the Williston-Northampton field hockey team shut out Millbrook, 4-0, in Easthampton on Saturday.

Morgan Fogleman made two saves for the Wildcats (3-2).

Boys soccer

Berkshire 8, Williston 0 — Terry O’Brien made 14 saves but the Wildcats (1-2-1) fell on the road Saturday.

Girls soccer

Wilbraham & Monson 3, Williston 0 — The Wildcats (0-2-2) were shut out on the road Saturday despite getting 10 saves from Olivia Berk Krauss.

Girls volleyball

Williston 3, Stoneleigh Burnham 0 — The Wildcats (1-3) won in straight sets Saturday.

Boys water polo

Phillips Academy 18, Williston 11 — Calvin Frye scored eight goals as the Wildcats (2-4) fell at home on Saturday.

Hotchkiss 12, Williston 11 (OT) — Frye (six goals) and James Haleh combined for nine goals but the Wildcats (2-5) fell in overtime Saturday.

Girls cross country

Williston placed third out of nine teams in the annual Richard Miller Invitational at Westminister Saturday. Sam Madden led the way, finishing ninth.

Boys cross country

Williston placed fifth out of nine teams in the Westminister Invitational on Saturday.


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