ADAMS — The Wahconah girls soccer team stormed back from a three-goal deficit to defeat Hoosac Valley 4-3 at Renfrew Park on Monday.
Trailing 3-0, Arden McKnight got one back for Wahconah (6-4, 2-1 Berkshire North) in the 53rd minute. Amelia Dougherty then scored twice for the Warriors — in the 56th and 58th minutes — to tie the game.
Emmy Cote, who assisted McKnight's goal, gave Wahconah its first lead in the 64th minute. It was the Warriors' fourth goal in an 11-minute span.
"We played a solid 52 minutes of soccer," Hoosac Valley coach Kathy Budaj wrote in an email. "Unfortunately, if you don't play 80, it is hard to win games."
McKnight finished with two assists to go along with her goal. For Hoosac (5-3-1, 2-2), Ellie Field scored twice and Olivia Bresett connected on a penalty kick.
H — Ellie Field (Madison Vigna), 28:00.
H — Field (Ashlee Meczywor), 45:00. H — Olivia Bresett (PK), 51:00. W — Arden McKnight (Emmy Cote), 53:00. W — Amelia Dougherty (McKnight), 56:00. W — Amelia Dougherty (McKnight), 58:00. W — Cote (PK).
Saves — W: Sages Howes 7. H: Kailynne Frederick 2.
DRURY 4, DUGGAN 0
NORTH ADAMS >> Mackenzie Dobbert, Kelsey Haley, Tessa Zoito and Allison Felix scored for Drury in its win over Duggan.
Dobbert and Haley scored in the first frame to give the Blue Devils (2-9) a 2-0 lead at the break. Zoito and Felix scored in the second half.
"Drury girls came out strong to get the lead in the first half," Drury coach Maryjane Rumbolt wrote in an email. "We were then able to put our younger players in defense and net to get some varsity experience."
Kelly Makenna registered 20 saves for Duggan.
Drury — Mackenzie Dobbert (unassisted), 4:14. Drury — Kelsey Haley (Hayley Shook), 22:59.
Drury — Tessa Zoito (unassisted), 62:29. Drury — Allison Felix (Maya Howland), 74:28.
Saves — Duggan: Kelly Makenna 20. Drury — Mackenzie Dobbert 1.
MCCANN TECH 5, FRANKLIN TECH 0
MONTAGUE >> Julia Esoldi scored twice for McCann Tech in its road win over Franklin Tech.
Jayna Civella, Jordan Budaj and Aimee Dowling also scored for the Hornets (7-4, 7-2 Tri-County). Dowling contributed two assists while Budaj and Allie Gibeau each registered one helper.
For Franklin Tech, Tabi Hamilton registered 18 saves.
Goals — M: Julia Esoldi 2, Jayna Civella, Jordan Budaj, Aimee Dowling.
Assists — M: Dowling 2, Budaj, Allie Gibeau.
Saves — M: Alanza Quinones 2. F: Tabi Hamilton 18.
DRURY 6, DUGGAN 1
SPRINGFIELD >> Reece Racette scored twice and added an assist for Drury in its win over Duggan.
Jon Boland also scored twice for the Blue Devils (10-0-1) while Connor Clark had one goal and two assists. Danny Alvarez also scored for Drury.
For Duggan, Sigence Rejouis scored to give the hosts a 1-0 early lead while Josh Figueroa finished with 11 saves.
Duggan — Sigence Rejouis (unassisted), 5:00. Drury — Jon Boland (Reece Racette), 8:00. Drury — Boland (Racette),12:00.
Drury — Racette (Connor Clark), 44:00. Drury — Racette (Clark), 48:00. Drury — Clark (unassisted), 56:00. Drury — Danny Alvarez (Jack Demayo), 68:00.
Saves — Drury: Brian Christian 3, Corbin Rumbolt 2. Duggan: Josh Figueroa 11.
LEE 3, MAHAR 0
LEE >> Kendra Williams recorded 28 assists and three aces for Lee in its victory over Mahar. The scores were 25-9, 25-8 and 25-13.
Haleigh Richardson had seven kills for the Wildcats (11-1) while Shenna Tyer added seven kills, three aces and two assists. Anna Wang contributed six digs and an ace for Lee.
"The team is really jelling right now," Lee coach John Warner said of his squad. "We're coming at teams with a lot of offense. I like where we're at, at this point."
MCCANN TECH 23, MOHAWK 1
ADAMS >> McCann Tech improved to 6-2 overall and 5-2 in the Bi-County North with its win over Mohawk at Forest Park Country Club.
Brad Tatro, Cole Kratz, Ryan Baran, Jake Tower and Dalton Tatro scored 4-0 victories for the Hornets while Brian Boudreau won his match 3-1.
Mohawk — Will Guyette 55 (0), Riley Dupree (0), Tristan LaCross 54 (0), Andy Robertson 58 (1), Sam Nelson 63 (0), Danny White 64 (0),
McCann Tech — Brad Tatro 39 (4), Cole Kratz 42 (4), Ryan Baran 41 (4), Brian Boudreau 47 (3), Jake Tower 47 (4), Dalton Tatro 54 (4).