Kathryn Tomaselli ‘12
Kathryn has been an outstanding leader and consistent contributor for the girls’ hockey team. Last week in the team’s game against Kimball Union Kathryn scored 2 goals and 3 assists in the team’s 5-2 win. During that game she scored the 100th point of her career becoming only the second girl to reach that milestone in the program’s history.
Tim Keegan ‘13
A goalkeeper for the boys’ varsity hockey team, Tim has been instrumental to the team’s success during the past two weeks. Tim recently averaged 30 saves per game as the team beat Milbrook 2-1, Loomis 6-2, and tied Northfield Mt. Hermon 3-3.
Nick Hill ‘17
Nick made an incredible comeback in his match against Eaglebrook last week to win in the fifth game. Nick has shown a tremendous amount of perseverance in his matches throughout the season, while displaying positive energy and consistency in his leadership.
Senior Kathryn Tomaselli became the second Williston girls’ hockey player to reach the career 100 point mark in the team’s 5-2 win over Kimball Union Academy on Saturday. Tomaselli entered the KUA game with 96 points and finished the day with 101 as she had a hand in each of the Williston goals, scoring twice and assisting on the other three. Tomaselli has reached that plateau in just three years, while MacKenzie Lee ’08 reached the mark in four years and finished her career with 118 points. Tomaselli plans to attend Union College and will continue her hockey career there.
Kathryn Tomaselli ‘12
Kathryn had a great week for the Wildcats with hat tricks in two games against Kents Hill and the Connecticut Polar Bears. She also chipped in with a goal and two assists against Tabor on Saturday. Kathryn is always a hard worker and has been a significant contributor to the team both on and off the ice.
Walter McLaughlin ‘12
Walter has quietly gone 7-1 over his last 8 matches for the varsity wrestling team. Walter performed very well for the Wildcats during the Doug Parker Tournament, including being the team’s highest placer at the tournament (5th) despite wrestling up a weight class at 285lbs. He is a hard worker and a great example to all the guys on the team.
Ledell Robinson ‘14
Ledell led the thirds boys’ basketball team in their opening game at Berkshire. Despite the team’s loss Ledell contributed 10 points and 8 rebounds. His heady play and leadership have been instrumental to the team’s efforts thus far.