Athletes of the Week

Madison Fulcher-Melendy ’18 – Girls Varsity Soccer

Madison has had a fantastic start to the season for the Wildcats. She scored 2 goals and had one assist against Williams College JV on Wednesday, and continued her great play in the big win over Kingswood-Oxford on Saturday. She created many dangerous opportunities on offense and played outstanding defense helping to stop a dangerous KO team. Madison has been a great leader on and off the field for the Wildcats this season leading by example.  She consistently works to make her teammates as well as herself better in every aspect of the game.

Oliver Lawrence ’18 – Boys Varsity Cross Country

Oliver came to the race on Saturday at Worcester ready to run. He spent the second half of the race moving up and came barreling down a hill with 800 meters left, flying all the way to the finish. His hard work paid off for him and the Wildcats as he finished 19th overall and 4th for the team.  This is the first time Oliver has earned a spot in the top 7.  As a senior captain, Oliver’s leadership has been second to none as he gives 100% every day.  He’s been a strong role model to the younger runners as he pushes himself and his teammates to be better every day.

Maddy Cardaci ’20 – Varsity Field Hockey

Maddy has quickly become an integral part of the Wildcats defensive line-up this fall.  Playing every minute of the game, shifting positions due to injury on the team, and leading our defensive squad during corners, she has been very consistent and reliable.  Her judgement and field vision make her so valuable on defense and her teammates rely on her in every game to slow down the attack and transition the ball back up the field.  The Wildcats will continue to look to Maddy’s stellar play for the remainder of the season!

Noah Clack ’18 – Varsity Football

Noah had an outstanding game in the Wildcats season opener. Playing at home on Saturday, he was a big part of the team’s 28-14 win over Kent. Defensively he produced 11 tackles, 5 for a loss, a sack, and a pass break up. In addition to his stellar play, he has filled his role as captain extremely well. His work ethic this summer has continued into the early part of the season and has become contagious for the younger players on the squad. Noah consistently works to perfect not only his craft, but does his best to encourage every player on the squad to perform at their best.

Abigail Touhey ‘22– Girls Varsity Cross Country

Abigail has had a tremendous start to the season for the Wildcats. On Saturday, she placed 3rd out of 50 runners in the race against Worcester and Northfield Mount Hermon.  On an extremely difficult course, Abigail passed four opponents in the middle and last mile, finishing first for Williston for the second week in a row.  Abigail continues to set the pace for the entire team with her work ethic during practices and her tremendous competitive spirit in races.

Noah Brooks ‘20 – Boys JVB Soccer

Noah has started the season for the Wildcats with a bang!  On Saturday at Cushing, he managed to get 2 breakaway opportunities, capitalizing on both by putting the ball in the back of the net.  Since the first practice, he has been extremely committed to honing his ball control skills and shooting technique. His work ethic has clearly been at the root of his success!


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