Drury earns first win

Thursday October 4, 2012

NORTH ADAMS -- Ryan Ouimet scored two second-half goals to fuel the Drury's first win of the season, a 4-2 victory over Mount Everett.

Ouimet scored in the 47th minute off a pass from Cam Lesure (who scored the next goal) and again 25 minutes later for some extra insurance with the assist credited to Jacob Groves (who scored the game's first goal).

"The kids are really starting to come together," coach Greg Caproni said.

He added that his message to the team before the game was to put its efforts from the last three games together. It did and it proved successful.


Drury 4, Mount Everett 2

Everett 1 1 -- 2

Drury 1 3 -- 4

First Half

D -- Jacob Groves (Sully Boland),11:00.

ME -- Nikos Casivant (Unassisted) 29:00.

Second Half

D -- Ryan Ouimet (Cam Lesure), 47:00.

D -- Lesure (Boland) 66:00.

D -- Ouimet (Groves) 72:00.

ME -- Nick Tomich (PK) 77:00.

Saves -- D: Joe Liporace 9; ME: Blake Ferrara 3.

Commerce 9, McCann Tech 4

SPRINGFIELD -- It started out well for the Hornets, but once Commerce scored its first goal, it was downhill from there.

Josh Budaj and Chad Raimer combined to give the Hornets a two-goal lead just 10:49 into the game. But Commerce scored three times in 7:13 and four total in the first half en route to a 9-4 rout.

McCann answered the three quick Commerce goals with a tally by Shane Fuller to tie the game, but Commerce went ahead for good just 2:09 later.


McCann Tech 3 1 -- 4

Commerce 4 5 -- 9

First Half

MT -- Josh Budaj (Damon Couture), 4:26.

MT -- Chad Raimer (Jon Leal), 10:49.

C -- Melfin Agueda (Eyasu Michael), 22:21.

C -- Michael (Mahat Diriye), 27:54.

C -- Michael (Adegoriola Thomas), 29:39.

MT -- Shane Fuller (Raimer), 32:09.

C -- Agueda (Diriye), 34:18.

Second Half

C -- Michael (Lionel Bonet), 42:58.

C -- Michael (Agueda), 60:27.

C -- Diriye (Unassisted), 71:36.

C -- Diriye (Agueda), 74:38.

MT -- Ian Grimaldi (Fuller), 78th minute.

C -- Scorer unavailable, 79th minute.

Saves -- MT: P.J. Laliberte 8; C: Daniel Jones 6.

Everett 4, Putnam 0

SHEFFIELD -- The Eagles scored three goals over a 5-minute stretch in the opening half to pull away for the convincing win.

Hannah Joyce had a goal and an assist while India Ward, Deseraye Conaway and Madison Ryan all added

"We started off a little slow," said Everett coach Jess Tomich. "We're working with a new formation, so I knew it would be a little shaky. ... They played really well and took to the new formation better than I thought they would."


Everett 3 1 -- 4

Putnam 0 0 -- 0

First Half

E -- Hannah Joyce (UA), 10:00.

E -- India Ward (Joyce), 12:00.

E -- Deseraye Conaway (UA), 15:00.

Second Half

E -- Madison Ryan (UA), 50:00.

Saves -- E: Sam Hoover 1, Natasha MacLeay 2; P: Brittney Spaulding 3, Vanessa McCaskill 6.

Lee 2, Sabis 1

SPRINGFIELD -- The Wildcats (4-3-1) rebounded from a pair of tough losses with a big road win, thanks to a pair of goals from Victoria Murphy.

"We had a great practice [Tuesday] and turned a lot of things around," Lee coach Lauren Finnegan said. ‘We needed this win."

The Wildcats tied the score on the first of Murphy's goals. The Lee striker took a nice pass from right wing Stephanie Young four minutes into the second half and scored the game-winning goal. Murphy was just inside the box and tucked the ball inside the lower-left post.


Lee 1 1 -- 2

Sabis 1 0 -- 1

First Half

S -- Kelsie Jacobs (Madison Finkfeld), 16:39.

L -- Victoria Murphy (Stephanie Young), 38:10.

Second Half

L -- Murphy (Young), 44:20.

Saves -- L: Sara Middleton 11; S: Amelia Rivera 12.


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