DALTON -- Lucy Barrett scored five goals and Mount Greylock pulled away in the second half to beat Wahconah Regional 11-6 in a girls lacrosse game on Monday.

The Warriors trailed only 4-2 at halftime, but were outscored 7-4 in the second half.

Alex Keator and Paige Chiaretta led Wahconah with two goals each.

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Greylock 4 7 -- 11

Wahconah 2 4 -- 6

Greylock goals -- Lucy Barrett 5, Sarah Wong 2, Sarah Stripp 2, Maggie Rorke 1, Haley Reinhard 1.

Greylock assists -- Stripp 1, Kelsey Orpin 1.

Wahconah goals -- Alex Keator 2, Paige Chiaretta 2, Perin Genaway 1, Megan Francese 1.

Saves -- Wahconah: Ella Sears 9. Greylock: Sam MacWhinnie 9.

Pittsfield 9, Hoosac 4

CHESHIRE -- A strong second half sent Pittsfield to a 9-4 win over the Hurricanes.

Mackenzi Astore scored three times in the six-goal second half for the Generals, as they scored all six goals before Hoosac netted its first. The surge took a slim 3-2 lead to a commanding 9-2 advantage with 8 minutes, 41 seconds left. Molly Barbarotta complimented the offense with solid goalkeeping.

The Hurricanes had four different players register a goal.

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Pittsfield 3 6 -- 9

Hoosac 2 2 -- 4

Pittsfield goals -- Mackenzi Astore 3, Lindsey Curry 2, Tori Symanski, Cara Partridge, Maria Giacolletto, Prudy Whalen.

Pittsfield assists -- Astore, Symanski.


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Hoosac goals -- Molly O'Dowd, Sydnee Gallup, Maeve Denning, Jaci Aubin.

Hoosac assists -- O'Dowd.

Boys lacrosse
St. Joseph 6, Taconic 5

PITTSFIELD -- Cody O'Neil fired an overhand bounce shot in the overtime to snap a 5-5 tie and give the host Crusaders this win.

St. Joseph rallied from a 3-1 halftime hole to tie the game at 5 at the end of regulation.

"I told them at halftime they needed to work a little more on their ball control," said St. Joseph coach Ben Kline. "Plus, I think they woke up when they realized they were behind at halftime."

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Taconic 2 1 0 2 0-- 5

St. Joe 0 1 3 1 1-- 6

Taconic goals -- Matt Duane 2, Paul Green 1, Mike Perkett 1, Dylan Moody 1.

Taconic assists -- Moody 1, Kevin Harris 1.

St. Joseph goals -- Sam Thomason 3, Cody O'Dowd 1, Austin Larabee 1, Cody O'Neil 1.

Taconic assist -- Brendan Faas 1.

Saves -- T: Jake Novik 13 saves. SJ: 17.

Pittsfield 12, Lee 7

PITTSFIELD -- Allen Chague scored five goals on senior day, leading the way for the Generals.

PHS coach Scott Aitken has asked his team to focus on playing a full game, and he was happy with Monday's effort -- especially from Chague.

"[Alex Teichert] did a nice job of getting the ball to Allen, who had one of his better days of finishing for us," Aitken said. "We've been looking for that out of him."

Teichert scored two goals for PHS, tallying five assists.

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Lee 0 3 2 2--7

Pittsfield 2 5 4 1--12

Lee goals: Cav Wolski 3, Emerson 3, Toomey 1.

Lee assists: Toomey 1, Cam (No. 10) 1.

Pittsfield goals: Allen Chague 5, Mark Amuso 1, Andy Wright 1, Cam Giardina 1, Ryan Jacoby 1, Alex Teichert 2, Dan Tagliaferro 1.

Pittsfield assists: Amuso 2, Cody Ramsey 1, Jacoby 1, Teichert 5, Tagliaferro 1.

Saves: Lee -- Cam Forest 9. Pittsfield -- Zach Rahilly 13.

Tennis
Lenox boys 4, Everett 1

SHEFFIELD -- The visiting Millionaires won all four of their matches in straight sets.

The lone win for the Eagles came at No. 1 singles as Jacob Malicky rebounded from a first-set loss to beat Andrew Vickery in a third-set tiebreaker. The scores were 4-6, 6-3, 7-6 (1).

"He persevered and then he got him in the tiebreaker," Everett coach Gary Worthington said of Malicky.

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Singles -- 1. Jacob Malicky (ME) def. Andrew Vickery 4-6, 6-3, 7-6 (1); 2. Seamus Ryan (L) def. Mike Whitaker 6-2, 6-1; 3. Will Palmer (L) def. Jake Smerechniak 6-2, 6-0.

Doubles -- 1. Tom Villetto/Liam Gennari (L) def. Andrew Krom/Patrick Hogelin 6-1, 6-1; 2. Noah Tebben/Alex Pratt (L) def. Kosta Casivant/Raymond Li 6-2, 6-2.

Lee girls 4, PHS 1

LEE -- The Wildcats (9-4) won all four of their matches in straight sets. Eileen Dooley set the tone at No. 3 singles, by shutting out Clara Quitman 6-0, 6-0.

"At this point in the season, we just have to keep them sharp," said Lee coach Jeff Forget, whose team still has matches with Monument Mountain and Lenox to play. "We're in a pretty good place."

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Singles -- 1. Caitlyn Briggs (L) def. Micaela Goodrich 6-2, 6-0; 2. Emma Forget (L) def. Taylor Turner 6-1, 6-0; 3. Eileen Dooley (L) def. Clara Quitman 6-0, 6-0.

Doubles -- 1. Emily Deaso/Amanda Miller (P) def. Maddie Salice/Julie LePrevost 6-2, 6-1; 2. Hadley Cook/Victoria Murphy (L) def. Anna Worley/Anna Black 6-0, 6-2.

Lee boys 5, PHS 0

LEE -- The host Wildcats won all three singles matches right off the bat to claim the victory.

The win was clinched when Matty Kelley bounced back from a first-set loss at No. 3 singles to beat Kaleb Hould 3-6, 6-2, 6-4.

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Singles -- 1. Tanner DeVarennes (L) def. Tom Cimini 6-1, 6-3; 2. Andy Consolati (L) def. Conor Dempsey 7-5, 6-4; 3. Matty Kelley (L) def. Kaleb Hould 3-6, 6-2, 6-4.

Doubles -- 1. Joe Winston/Jack Harding (L) def. Matt Nesti/Garrett Dempsey 6-3, 1-6, 6-1; 2. Mike Eckert/Jordan Williamson (L) def. Peter Desrosiers/Austin Pedercini 7-5, 7-5.