Delasco leads Lenox to win
Berkshire Eagle Staff
LENOX -- Jen Delasco scored two goals and Kathy Prescott made nine saves as Lenox held off Monument Mountain 3-1 on Thursday night.
Delasco got her first goal at the 22-minute mark, with eighth grader Tova Brown assisting. Delasco then scored midway through the second half, and the visiting Spartans could not catch up.
"This is a really good game for Jen Delasco," Lenox coach Matt Cote said. "Not just for the scoring, but she showed a lot of aggressiveness."
Lenox 3, Monument 1
Monument 1 0 -- 1
Lenox 1 2 -- 3
L--Jen Delasco (Tova Brown), 22:00.
L--Jen Delasco (Josie Marshall), 63:00.
MM--Erica Broderick (UA), 69:00.
L--Grace Fitzgerald (UA), 76:00.
Saves--L: Kathy Prescott 9. MM: Iolani DeRis 11.
Greylock 2, Lee 2
LEE -- Trailing 2-0 at intermission, Mount Greylock got a pair of second-half scores to tie Lee.
"It was a great game to watch," said Wildcat coach Lauren Finnegan. "We went back and forth with Greylock. I thought we came out firing, and they seemed a little flat. But they came back in the second half.
Unassisted tallies from Stephanie Young and Megan Gaul gave Lee the first half advantage,
But Greylock came back in the second half on goals by Alexandra DeVaux and Miranda Buckey.
Mount Greylock 0 2 -- 2
Lee 2 0 -- 2
L-- Stephanie Young (UA) 2:09
L-- Megan Gaul (OA) 38:01
G--Alexandra DeVaux (Chelsea Orpin) 42:52
G --Miranda Buckey (Alex Majetich) 57:12
Saves--Lee: Sarah Middlebrook 14. Greylock: Margot Besnard 11.
Hoosac 3, St. Joseph’s 1
PITTSFIELD -- The Crusaders scored first, but Hoosac bounced back with three scores in a row to take this one.
"We came out really strong, and we had several more chances in the first half," said St. Joseph’s coach Betsy D’Agostino. "But we didn’t connect. And Hoosac was a little stronger in the second half. We played a game [Wednesday], and I think that hurt us, too."
Hoosac Valley 1 2 -- 3
St. Joseph’s 1 0 -- 1
SJ -- Cate Bean (Hannah Dargie (2:03
H -- Cecily Malloy (UA) 7:40
H -- Megan Rodowicz (UA) 51:00
H-- Malloy (UA) 68-16
Saves--St. Joseph’s: Kendall Smith 12. Hoosac: Megan Richardson 9
Drury 7, Mount Everett 0
NORTH ADAMS -- The Drury girls’ soccer team had a bit of tough time scoring goals through the first two games, but that all changed Thursday afternoon.
Cori Ghidotti scored the first four goals, three in the first half, and the Blue Devils picked up their first victory, a 7-0 win over Mount Everett.
In their second game, Drury had trouble playing balls to the corner and working down the sidelines. Against Everett, the Blue Devils played the ball on the ground to each other and worked well off the ball, said Meczywor.
The offense took 20 shots, forcing Everett keeper Samantha Hoover to make 14 saves. Ali Tatro had a quiet afternoon, as she didn’t have to make a single save.
"Everything was three, four , five passes," Meczywor said. "We found a lot of open spaces. We were patient and found the open player, and the open player just took really good placement shots."
Mount Everett 0 0 -- 0
Drury 3 4 -- 7
D--Cori Ghidotti (UA), 6:43.
D--Ghidotti (Alison Tassone), 24:19.
D--Ghidotti (Tassone), 32:59.
D--Ghidotti (Jen Monyahan), 62:04.
D--Hannah Collier (UA), 65:05.
D--Chelsea DeGRoff (Alyssa Marceau), 69:00.
D--Monyahan (UA), 76:12.
Saves -- Drury: Ali Tatro 0. ME: Samantha Hoover 14.
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