LEE — The Lee girls soccer team defended its home field with a 3-2 win over New Lebanon, N.Y. on Tuesday.
Lee scored all three of its goals in the first half, with a pair of Shannon Finnegan goals sandwiching a strike from Karli Retzel. Ann Macchi had two assists.
Brianna Hawley made five saves for Lee (5-7).
"Much better offensively this game," Lee coach Lauren Finnegan said in an email, "creating many scoring opportunities, just not capitalizing on all of them."
L — Shannon Finnegan (Ann Macchi), 2:01. L — Karli Retzel (Macchi), 5:23. NL — Sydney Smith (unassisted), 11:42. L — Finnegan (UA), 39:47.
NL — Smith (UA), 56:46.
Saves — NL: Brianna Shuhart 10. L: Brianna Hawley 5.
HOOSAC VALLEY 5, DRURY 0
ADAMS >> Hoosac Valley shut out its northern rival on Tuesday night at Renfrew Field.
The Hurricanes (8-3-1) led just 1-0 at halftime, but three goals in the first 15 minutes of the second half help put the game away.
Carah Cote scored two goals and had an assist for Hoosac in the win. Drury (2-11-1) goalkeeper Alli Brassard made 11 saves in the loss.
HV — Carah Cote (Skylar Case), 2:00.
HV — Maddie Vigna (Cote), 43:00. HV — Cote (unassisted), 52:00. HV — Claudia Bresett (UA), 54:00. HV — Shaleigh Levesque (Madison Graves), 74:00.
Saves — D: Alli Brassard 11. HV: Kailynne Frederick 0.
TACONIC 1, DUGGAN 0
SPRINGFIELD >> Brooke Mangiardi scored in the 28th minute as Taconic shut out Duggan.
The Braves are now 5-7-1 overall.
T — Brooke Mangiardi (unassisted), 28:00.
Saves — T: Jackie Boateng, N/A. D: Makenna Kelly, N/A.
SMITH VOCATIONAL 3, MCCANN TECH 2
NORTHAMPTON >> McCann Tech gave up two goals in the second half to fall to Smith Vocational on Tuesday.
Jordan Budaj and Allie Gibeau scored for McCann (7-5, 7-3 Tri-County) in the loss.
MT goal — Jordan Budaj (Allie Gibeau). SV goal — Gabby Petlock.
MT goal — Gibeau (Aimee Dowling). SV goals — Petlock, Mayhew.
Saves — MT: Alanza Quinones 3. SV: Maddison Atkinson 8.
SMITH VOCATIONAL 5, MCCANN TECH 1
NORTHAMPTON >> McCann Tech goalkeeper Nico Moreno was injured making a save early on Tuesday against Smith Vocational, and his absence hurt the Hornets in a loss.
Smith Vocational scored its first goal of the game when Moreno went down, then the second came on an own goal.
In the second half, Josh Favre scored McCann's lone goal to ensure there would not be a shutout. McCann falls to 4-6-3 with the loss.
McCann Tech goal — Josh Favre.
Saves — MT: Nico Moreno 1, Devon Griswold 7.
PIONEER VALLEY 3, ST. JOSEPH 1
PITTSFIELD >> Hugo Chioderoli converted a penalty kick in the fourth minute for St. Joseph, but the Crusaders fell to Pioneer Valley.
Eli Koester, Dana McRae and Jacob Quinn scored for Pioneer Valley.
For St. Joseph (0-9), Ryan Perenick registered 10 saves.
SJ — Hugo Chioderoli (PK), 3:53. PV — Eli Koester (Dana McRae), 29:32.
PV — McRae (unassisted), 56:43. PV — Jacob Quinn (unassisted), 79:00.
Saves — PV: Ryan Underwood 2. SJ: Ryan Perenick 10.
WAHCONAH 5, TACONIC 2
DALTON >> Chad Howes recorded a hat trick, giving the Wahconah boys soccer team its second win of the season.
Howes scored twice in the first half and once in the second half. Coach John Kovacs said the Warriors (2-6) did a good of sending crosses into the box. Howes' second goal was a header off a well-placed cross from Matt Lighten. Lighten had two assists.
Ryan Abel and Nick Donahue added goals for Taconic (2-8-1) in the 72nd and 74th minutes, respectively.
"The first half we put a lot of pressure on them, especially with our crosses," Kovacs said.
W — Cole Accardi (unassisted), 3:00. W — Chad Howes (Matt Lighten), 15. Howes (unassisted), 24.
W — Nick Schneider (Lighten) 42. W — Howes (Schneider), 54. T — Ryan Abel (Jason Peprah), 72. T — Nick Donahue (Abel), 74.
Saves — T: Cody Latimer 12. W: Anthony DonDiego 2, Kyle Brogan 3.
WILLIAMS MEN 1, SKIDMORE 1 2OT
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. >> Williams and Skidmore played to a one-goal draw on Tuesday evening in New York.
Williams scored in the first half through Malcolm Singleton, who scored on a throw in by Malcolm Moutenot. The 1-0 advantage held through halftime.
But in the second half, Skidmore leveled things up when Kevin Santos scored in the 66th minute.
The game was not filled with a ton of chances. While Williams outshot Skidmore 14-10, the Ephs (6-2-2) only put three shots on frame, two of which were stopped by Derrick Yam. Skidmore, meanwhile, put four shots on frame and forced three saves out of Williams 'keeper Christian Alcorn.