High school and college soccer roundup: Mount Greylock boys top Lenox 4-1
WILLIAMSTOWN — In a game that went scoreless in the first 40 minutes, the Mount Greylock boys soccer team found its offense in the second half, leading to a 4-1 win over Lenox on Tuesday.
Lenox was playing without its go-to scorer Nic Baruch, and the Mounties' depth wore down the Millionaires (4-2-1, 2-1-1) in the second half.
Sam Dils found Aaron Kleiner for the first goal in the 47th minute. Dils added the winning goal in the 54th minute off a feed from Kleiner. The Mounties (3-1-1, 3-1-0) added two more goals before Alec Jordan finally got Lenox on the board late in the game.
"On a hot day we had a deep bench. We worked hard and kept attacking, and eventually in the second half the defense broke down," Greylock coach Blair Dils said.
The win is nice rebound for Greylock after dropping a North Division match against Pittsfield last Tuesday.
"We have a nice rivalry with Lenox and to come out on top at home is what we're looking to do," Dils said. "It's nice to get convincing win, but we've got a long way to go and a lot of work do to improve."
MG — Aaron Kleiner (Sam Dils), 47. MG — Dils (Kleiner), 54. MG — Tyler Marten (Crow Brennan), 62. MG — Jeffrey Bath (unassisted), 73. L — Alec Jordan (Luke Murphy), 76.
Saves — Lenox: Matt Tibbetts 5. Greylock: David Falk 1, Sam Edge 2.
MOUNT EVERETT 3, WESTFIELD TECH 0
SHEFFIELD >> The Mount Everett boys soccer team used its stingy defense to earn a shutout win over Westfield Tech.
The Eagles limited Westfield Tech to just three shots on goal. David Bautista-Cruz scored the winning goal in the 12th minute off a feed from Jimmy Gulotta. Bautista-Cruz added another goal on a penalty kick in the 56th minute.
"The defense was playing a lot better than we have recently," Everett coach Josh King said. "Better communication, better team effort. ... We're starting to make strides in the right direction."
ME — David Bautista-Cruz (Jimmy Gulotta), 12
ME — Dan Litchfield (Alex Waldman), 59. ME — Bautista-Cruz (penalty kick), 68
Saves — Patrick Silk 3, WT: Anotoly Suprunchuk 11.
WAHCONAH 9, DRURY 0
NORTH ADAMS >> Wahconah's Arden McKnight and Victoria Gamberoni both recorded hat tricks in a dominant win over Drury.
McKnight helped the Warriors jump out to a quick lead with goals in the fourth and fifth minutes, respectively. Gamberoni put Wahconah up 4-0 midway through the first half, with two goals about 30 seconds apart. McKnight added her third goal in the 30th minute. Gamberoni followed with her third in the 33rd minute. Sage Howes made four saves in the shutout.
W — Arden McKnight (unassisted), 3:53. W — McKnight (UA), 4:40. W — Victoria Gamberoni (UA), 23:48. W — Gamberoni (UA), 24:09. W — McKnight (UA), 29:19. W — Gamberoni (UA), 32.55. W — Allison Washburn (Isabelle Viner), 34:55. W — Viner (Gamberoni), 39:11.
W — Johanna Esko (UA), 52:50
Saves — Wahconah: Sage Howes 4. Drury: Ali Brassard 14.
MCCANN TECH 4, PUTNAM 0
SPRINGFIELD >> McCann Tech's strong defense earned it a shutout road win over Putnam.
The Hornets (4-2-0, 4-1-0) scored twice in each half, and Alanza Quinones made eight saves for the clean sheet.
Allie Gibeau and Julia Esoldi had first-half goal. Aimee Dowling scored twice in the second half.
Goals — McCann: Allie Gibeau 1, Julia Esoldi 1, Aimee Dowling 2. Assists — McCann: Katie Gigliotti 1, Dowling 1, Gibeau 2.
Saves — MT: Alanza Quinones 8. P: Olivia Goodrow 11.
SKIDMORE 1, MCLA 0
NORTH ADAMS >> Bryan Langeran's cross into box found Kevin Santos, and Santos fired home the first-half goal giving Skidmore the win over MCLA. Derrick Yam made three saves in the shutout. Kamron Anderson made 13 saves for MCLA.
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