Pomfret, CT 06258
From eastern Massachusetts:Mass. Pike to Auburn, Exit 11. Follow Route 395 south to Exit 97, Route 44 east/west.At end of ramp, turn right onto Route 44 west. Travel through town of Putnam remaining on Route 44 to the town of Pomfret, approximately 5 miles west. The school is on the right.
From Providence and southeastern Massachusetts: Follow Route 195 east from Providence to Route 6 east in Johnston, RI. Remain on Route 6 east and bear right onto Route 101 at the 6/101 split. Follow Route 101 over the state line and through Dayville, CT (under I-395 in Dayville). Remain on Route 101 to junction with Route 169. Turn right (north). The school is 2 miles north on Route 169-44, on the left.
From the south: Follow I-395 north to Exit 93. At end of ramp turn left onto Route 101 west. Follow Route 101 west to junction with Route 169. Turn right (north). The school is 2 miles north on Route 169-44 on the left.
Varsity Wrestling 48-12 Worcester Academy; 24-58 Portsmouth Abbey; 12-52 Pomfret School
Marianapolis varsity wrestling went 1-2 at Pomfret School on Wednesday, picking up a 48-12 win against Worcester Academy, while succumbing to the hosts 12-52 and Portsmouth Abbey 24-58. The meet is the second straight for the Golden Knights with a team win.
Junior Brendan Donegan turned in a stellar performance with two pins against Portsmouth Abbey and Worcester Academy. Freshman Lucas Rhoades pinned his Pomfret opponent and picked up a forfeit against Worcester.
Despite the low pin totals, the Knights took 6 matches to the third period, losing 2 on decision. That toughness is something coaches Miller and Schäfer hope the Knights can build on as they turn the corner on the season.
The Knights will have a quick opportunity at payback as they visit Pomfret on Saturday in a tri-meet with Choate Rosemary Hall.