St. Lawrence Women's Basketball Edges Williams

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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- The St. Lawrence women's basketball team held off a furious comeback by Williams to escape with a 65-64 win on Friday night in the Morin Memorial Tournament.
 
Katie Frederick and Sierra Sanson each scored 14 for St. Lawrence, which had a 55-42 lead going to the fourth quarter.
 
Maggie Meehan scored 25 points, and Maddy Mandyck had 13 rebounds for Williams (2-2), which hosts Framingham State on Saturday afternoon.
 
Men's Hockey
WATERVILLE, Maine -- Jacob Monroe scored midway through the second period to lead Williams to a 1-0 win over Colby in Friday's season-opener.
 
Evan Ruschil stopped 43 shots to earn the shutout in goal.
 
Williams (1-0) goes to Bowdoin on Saturday.
 
Women's Hockey
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Lexi Cafiero scored a pair of goals to lead Colby to a 3-0 win over Williams.
 
Chloe Heiting stopped 28 shots for Williams (0-1), which hosts the Mules again on Saturday.
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Medical Matters Weekly Welcomes Lorna Mattern

BENNINGTON, Vt. — Southwestern Vermont Health Care's (SVHC) Medical Matters Weekly with Dr. Trey Dobson welcomes Lorna Mattern at noon on Jan. 26. 
 
Mattern is the executive director of United Counseling Service (UCS) in Bennington.
 
The show is produced with cooperation from Catamount Access Television (CAT-TV). Viewers can see Medical Matters Weekly on facebook.com/svmedicalcenter and facebook.com/CATTVBennington. The show is also available to view or download a podcast on www.svhealthcare.org/medicalmatters.
 
Mattern directs program planning and development, staff supervision, financial planning, resource development, policy development, and contract negotiations for United Counseling Service. She joined UCS in 1990 in a role to expand the intensive and wrap-around services for children, youth, and families. In 2004 she became the director of the Youth and Family Services Division and was responsible for the clinical and administrative oversight of the agency's system of care for children and families. In 2016, Mattern was appointed executive director. She holds a bachelor's degree in Rehabilitation and Counseling and a M.Ed. in Rehabilitation and Counseling with a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study in Psychology. In addition to being a member of the Vermont Care Partners Centers of Excellence Committee and Project Catalyst, she serves as a member of the United Health Alliance Board. 
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