Katelyn Kennedy Garvey amassed 16 letters in soccer, skiing, and softball during her Williston career. On the soccer field, she won five varsity letters during one of the most successful stretches in Williston girls soccer history. She captained the first Williston girls soccer team to compete in a NEPSAC championship final. Katelyn was a six-time letter winner for the ski team during the single most successful era of Williston girls skiing, winning our first NEPSAC championship in 2001. She captained the squad while earning both MVP and All-League recognition. On the softball diamond in the spring, she won five letters. She had a terrific senior year, leading the team to the Western New England tournament while serving as team captain, earning MVP and All-League recognition. At the culmination of Katelyn’s career, she was awarded the Alumnae Bowl in recognition of her outstanding contribution to the athletic program. After Williston, she had a successful career at Skidmore in softball and skiing. As a starting pitcher, Katelyn pitched a total of 322.2 innings, and didn’t miss a single game, since she played third base when not on the mound. At the plate, she had one of the top batting averages and slugging percentages in the league and was named to the All-Conference Liberty League team in 2004 and 2005. Katelyn currently lives with her family in Maryland.