Preps: Williston falls short in NEPSAC Girls Water Polo Tournament championship

Published: 5/19/2019 7:33:48 PM

The Williston Northampton girls water polo team fell 12-9, to four-time defending champion Greenwich in the NEPSAC Tournament championship, Sunday at Phillips Exeter.

Abbie Coscia, Ella Mattocks (Shutesbury) and Dylan Fulcher-Melendy (Easthampton) each earned first-team All-NEPSAC honors.

On Saturday, Williston defeated Exeter, 9-8, in the semifinals.

Coscia (Holyoke) led the way with five goals. Louisa Weed (Holyoke) and Mattocks (Shutesbury) added two goals each. Fulcher-Melendy (Easthampton) had nine saves.

Girls track & field

NEPSTA Division 2 championships — Williston finished ninth with 23 points, Saturday in Easthampton.

Gates MacPherson won the discus with a loss of 100 feet, 4 inches.

Boys track & field

NEPSTA Division 2 championships — Williston finished sixth with 43 points, Saturday in Easthampton.

Cole Drugotch, Insoo Kang, Henri Bourque and Gabe Liu won the 4x100-meter relay in 43.55 seconds.

Liu won the 100 (11.24) and 200 (22.68).


Berkshire 6 Williston 4 — Kyle Grabowski has two hits, Matt Pimental (two RBIs) doubled and Cal Messina (hit, RBI) scored twice but the Wildcats fell, Saturday.

Girls lacrosse

Western New England Tournament — Williston fell to Canterbury, 10-5, in the Class B Tournament, Sunday.

On Saturday, the Wildcats beat Berkshire, 19-0.

Nancy Harrington, Emily Whipple, Maddy Cardaci, Kate McDermott and Emily Zambarano led the defense.

Teaghan Hall scored a goal, and had five ground balls and two draw controls. Maeve Reynolds had a goal, three ground balls and three draw controls. Emma Merrill added two draw controls. Megan Ward and Grace Bean each added a goal.

Boys tennis

Middlesex 4, Williston 0 — The Wildcats were shutout in their NEITA Class B quarterfinals, Saturday at Choate.

Girls tennis

Suffield Tournament — Praghya Athavan Raja went 3-0 to win first singles, Saturday.

Boys golf

Williston 404, Northfield Mount Hermon 417 — Owen Randolph shot a 78 to earn co-medalist honors, Saturday at Taconic.

Boys ultimate

NEPSUL Tournament — Williston went 2-2 with wins against Choate JV, 11-10, and Covenant Christian Academy JV, 11-3, and losses to Hotchkiss JV, 10-8, and Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall, 10-8.

Nathan Shatz (catches, defense), Stephen Wang, Chris Ramirez (throws) and Conrad Kang (throws) played well for the Wildcats.

Williston trailed Choate JV 10-6 but scored five straight for the win.

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