Preps: Williston girls soccer blanks Wilbraham & Monson 1-0

Published: 9/29/2019 7:35:56 PM

Seniors Sahnet Ramirez and Louisa Weed connected for the only score as the Williston Northampton girls soccer team beat rival Wilbraham & Monson, 1-0, Saturday in Easthampton.

Ramirez scored on a header off a corner by Weed (Holyoke) as the Wildcats picked up a victory in a NEPSAC Class B matchup.

Selena Negron (Easthampton) grabbed the shutout in goal.


Taft 55, Williston 28 — Cal Messina rushed for over 100 yards, but the Wildcats (1-1) fell Saturday in Watertown, Connecticut.

Messina finished with 109 yards and a touchdown on 13 carries. The Wildcats’ offensive line paved the way for 176 yards rushing (5.5 per attempt) against a stout defense.

Will Strout had six tackles, while Tristan Marois added four tackles, including two for losses, for Williston.

Boys soccer

Williston 4, Hopkins 2 — Nick Heafey (Florence) and Martin Machon (assist) each scored, while Marco Cerezo had two goals as the Wildcats won in Easthampton, Saturday.

Hector Samayoa and Hakeem Morgan had one assist each.

Girls volleyball

Williston 3, Stoneleigh Burnham 1 — The Wildcats were missing several players due to injuries but pulled out the road win on Saturday.

Dylan Fulcher-Melendy (Easthampton), Grace Bean (South Hadley), Aimie Wipulakorn, Erin Chai and Praghya Athavan Raja all played well throughout the match for the Wildcats.

Field hockey

Williston 5, Millbrook 1 — The Wildcats pulled away with three goals in the first eight minutes of the second half.

Maeve Reynolds and Bryn Saarela each scored twice with two assists apiece, while Aidan Bourbonnais added one goal. Lauren O’Donald had two saves.

Girls cross country

Westminster Invitational — Williston placed second, Saturday.

Boys cross country

Westminster Invitational — Nat Markey (second) and Oscar Defrancis (third) led the way for runner-up Williston, Saturday.

Boys water polo

Andover 9, Williston 8; Williston 13, Hotchkiss 6 — Sam Haddad scored five goals in the loss for the Wildcats, while adding four in the win, Saturday. Shogo Kamei netted three against Hotchkiss, while Jack Haddad and Nathan Shatz each had two. Gavin Kline and Rayyan Al Romaih split time in the cage in the victory.

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