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victory bell winter athletics Celebrating Winter Athletes

[This is the script that Mr. Conroy would have delivered at the Phillips Stevens Chapel for our Winter Athletic Assembly. Yes, Mr. Conroy used *four* exclamation marks!] Hello Williston!!!! First, I should start by wishing everyone well during this extraordinarily unsettling time.  While it is certainly not most important in the grand scheme of things,...

winter athletic signing 24 Student-Athletes Commit to Play College Sports

Twenty-four members of the class of 2020 who have committed to continue playing sports in college participated in a signing ceremony on February 10 in the Sabina Cain Family Athletic Center. The strength of the Williston student-athlete experience was well represented in the number and breadth of colleges represented at the signing ceremony. Director of...

Christina Negron WNS basketball team undefeated Girls Basketball Starts off Undefeated

Though they’ve changed personnel-wise, the Williston Girls Basketball squad embodies true team spirit. The team, coached by Liam McMahon and Mark Conroy, started their season off strong, with a 60 to 55 win against Kingswood-Oxford on December 7, 2019. They won again on Wednesday, Dec. 11, against St. Marks, 50 to 47. To go 3-0,...

caroline-o-connor New Senior Caroline O’Connor Shines on Field, in AP Classrooms

In her first few weeks on campus, Caroline O’Connor is already making a mark on this school both on and off the field. A first-year senior Caroline attended Hampshire Regional for her first three years of high school, then repeated her junior year at Northfield Mount Hermon. Tired of enduring hour-long rides to campus, Caroline...

sally-alrutz-williston-award-athletic-swim Williston Honors Winter Athletes

At Assembly on March 20, Director of Athletics Mark Conroy reflected on Willisotn’s winter athletic program by sharing a few highlights of each team and recognizing award winners. See photos here. “What another awesome winter it was for Wildcat Athletics!” he said. Here is the list of winter sports and highlights associated with each. Wrestling...

NEPSAC-squash-williston-champ 20 Wildcats Earn All-NEPSAC Honors

It’s been a great winter for the Williston Wildcat teams. This year, 20 Williston Northampton School scholar-athletes, 12 of them local, earned individual postseason all-star recognition for their outstanding performances. The following students earned All-NEPSAC recognition. NEPSAC stands for the New England Preparatory School Athletic Council, the athletic association made up of 167 independent schools throughout New England....

Girls Basketball Team Scores Big Win

The gym was filled with people wearing black to support the spirit of the girls basketball game against Hotchkiss on January 19. The game started at 2:30 p.m. At first we weren’t expecting many people to come to the game because there was a snowstorm on its way and most of the games were cancelled...

Committed College Athletes Prepare for Next Level

College is coming quickly, and some Williston Wildcats are planning on keeping their athletic careers going at the next level. Ryan Fitzpatrick ’19 is committed to play Division I lacrosse at the University of Massachusetts and is very pumped to put on for his home state. Ryan’s already had a good mind set going into...

Girls Basketball off to a Stellar Start

The girls varsity basketball team has started off the season with an incredible record of 3-0, and even though half the team is new, they’re winning like they’ve been playing together for years. The team boasts a 3-0 record after victories against Kingswood-Oxford, St. Mark’s, and Suffield. The varsity team consists of six new players:...

Seven Seniors Celebrate College Athletic Commitments

[To see photos of the signing, click here.] The athletic center lobby was buzzing with excitement and anticipation – and more than 100 eager students, coaches, and family members with cameras – for Williston’s Fall Student-Athlete Signing Ceremony on Monday, November 12. Following a brief introduction by Mark Conroy, Director of Athletics, during which he...

Sportsmanship the Foundation of Wildcat Pride

Editor’s note: Director of Athletics Mark Conroy made these remarks at Assembly on September 26, 2018. Good morning everyone. If we haven’t had a chance to meet, I am Mr. Conroy and the school’s Director of Athletics. I wanted to take just a moment this morning to speak to you briefly about a topic that...

Recap of Outstanding Winter Sports Season

Director of Athletics Mark Conroy shared highlights of the winter sports season at an all-school assembly on March 23. “Let me start off by saying what an incredible winter it was for Wildcat Athletics!” Conroy said. “While I have never measured the success of a season based solely on a win-loss record, we certainly won...

Wildcats Shine in Postseason Play

In a wonderful end to a very successful winter season, three different teams competed on the last weekend of the season for NEPSAC championships. On Saturday, the swim teams competed at Roger Williams University in the NEPSAC Division 2 championships in Rhode Island. Both the boys and girls teams managed to exceed their lofty expectations with...

Home Court Advantage

In the gym lobby an hour before a lifting session with her basketball team, Sarah Sullivan checked her Fitbit. Her heart rate was 64 beats per minute. She was surprised, she said, because it had been 82 on the way in for our interview. “I get anxious and nervous sometimes.” The fitness tracker, she said,...