Wahconah’s Kevin Boino, left, gets ready to let loose with a successful shot on goal during the first half of a boys’ soccer game Tuesday night
Wahconah’s Kevin Boino, left, gets ready to let loose with a successful shot on goal during the first half of a boys’ soccer game Tuesday night at Lenox. Boino scored a goal and the Warriors beat the Millionaires 5-0. (Stephanie Zollshan / Berkshire Eagle Staff)

LENOX -- Wahconah Regional jumped out to a quick lead against Lenox, and held the Millionaires off for a 5-0 victory on Tuesday night.

The game saw Wahconah score three goals within the first 13 minutes of the game.


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Jeff Pullano scored the first two goals for Wahconah. The first coming 4:00 into the game, while the second followed eight minutes later. Vinnie Dondiego added another goal a minute later putting the Warriors up 3-0.

Lenox co-head coach David Pugh said he felt his team did a good job of possesing the ball. He added aside from the first 12 minutes of the game, his team hung tough against a tough opponent.

"For 12 minutes we weren't in the game," Pugh said. "We gave up four quickies, then we played good soccer for the rest of the game."

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Lenox 0, Wahconah 5

Wahconah 4 1 -- 5

Lenox 0 0 -- 0

First half

W -- Jeff Pullano (Pat Jamross), 4:00

W -- Jeff Pullano (Collin Parrott), 11:32

W -- Vinnie Dondiego (unassisted), 12:30

W -- Kevin Boino (unassisted), 25:00

Second half

W -- Pat Jamross (unassisted), 76:00

Saves -- W: Chris Dapson 2, L: Trevor Hathaway 4.

Everett 2, Drury 1

SHEFFIELD -- After playing a scoreless first half, Mount Everett scored two goals late in the game.

Everett hosted the Blue Devils in a game that did not see a goal until nine minutes into the second half. Michael Boland fed Jonah Miles for the opening score.

But the Eagles answered with a Dan Litchfield goal with 19 minutes left in the game off an assist from Nick Tomich. With nine minutes left in the game Alec Blume fired in the game winner from 30 yards out, the shot bounced off the back of a Drury defender.

"Both teams battled really hard," Everett coach Carpenter said. "It was a good game between two evenly matched team. We found a way to win."

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Drury 0 1 -- 1

Everett 0 2 -- 2

Second Half

D -- Jonah Miles (Michael Boland), 49:00.

E -- Dan Litchfield (Nick Tomich), 61:00.

E -- Alex Blume (unassisted), 71:00.

Saves: D -- Joe Liporace 6. E -- Ryan Meyer 4.

Hoosac 7, St. Joseph 0

PITTSFIELD -- Visiting Hoosac Valley scored three times in first half and added four more goals in the second.

Sean Ryan-Kut, Shuan Knapp and David Haley scored two goals each for the Hurricanes. Ryan Cerrone also scored for Hoosac.

St. Joe coach Rick Kovacs said his team was outplayed during the game.

"We came out flat, but credit to Hoosac Valley," Kovacs said. "They came ready to play and beat us to every ball."

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Hoosac Valley 3 4 -- 7

St. Joe 0 0 -- 0

First Half

HV -- David Haley (Sean Ryan-Kut)

HV -- David Haley (unassisted)

HV -- Shaun Knapp (David Haley)

Second Half

HV -- Shaun Knapp (David Haley)

HV -- Sean Ryan-Kut (unassisted)

HV -- Sean Ryan-Kut (Lucas Bourdon)

HV -- Ryan Cherrone (unassisted)

Monday's game
Monument 2, Greylock 1

GREAT BARRINGTON -- The Spartans took a 2-0 lead at haltime and held on to hand the Mounties their first loss of the year on Monday night.

Lucas Wartella and Jason Laramee scored for Monument. Grant Raphael scored nine minutes into the second half for Greylock.

Monument 2 0 -- 2

Greylock 0 1 -- 1