High school roundup: Connor Hanson throws no-hitter for Lenox in win


LENOX >> Lenox coach Kevin Downer said by the time he realized starting pitcher Connor Hanson may be on the verge of a special performance, it was already the seventh inning and the Millionaires' starter had yet to allow a hit.

Hanson completed the no-hitter, shutting down Mount Everett for the 6-0 win on Wednesday. He struck out eight and did not walk a batter in 61 pitches. He was one error away from a perfect game.

Joe Bouvier led Lenox's offense with two hits and two RBI. Hanson and Mike Downer added an RBI each.

"Hanson was in total command of his fastball, curveball and change-up," Kevin Downer said. "He kept guys off balance and pitched a gem."



Birchfield and Silk. Connor Hanson and Noah Hunter (6), Mike Downer (1). W — Hansen. L — Birchfield. L — 2B 1 (Downer). 3B — 1 (Joe Bouvier).


NORTHAMPTON >> McCann Tech collected a season-high 11 hits and a big win over Smith Voc. The Hornets scored in five out of the seven innings, giving more than enough run support for starter Robert Matte III. He went the distance, striking out six and walking two.

Robert Pecor went 3 for 3 with three RBI. Austin Miller added three hits and two RBI. Charlie Bohl had two hits and one RBI.

"This win is coming off another big win for our guys," McCann Tech coach Pat Ryan said. "They showed up and played well. They really put their best foot forward."


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Robert Matte III and Charlie Bohl. Brooks (6), York (1) and Wendelowski. 2B — MT: 1 (Robert Pecor). 3B — MT 1 (Austin Miller).


GREAT BARRINGTON >> Taconic's Jake McNeice struck out 10 and allowed only six hits, leading the Braves to a win over Monument Mountain. Monument took a 2-1 lead after the first inning, but walks and an error led to a five-run fourth for Taconic. Jack Cooney had two hits for Taconic. Nate Cormier led Monument with three hits.

"We walked 12 batters and they didn't walk anybody," Monument coach Tom Hankey said. "We got to [McNeice] early, but he settled in. He kept us off balance and was around the plate all day. He threw well."



Jake McNeice and Brett Murphy. Graham Herrick (3) Dominic DeFelice (2), Ben Wyatt (2) and Branden Perry.



LEE >> Lee won the first game of its doubleheader 11-9 over Commerce, but dropped the second game to Putnam 16-10.

The Wildcats started quickly in game one, scoring six runs in the first inning. Commerce starter Alexus Anderson walked Kaylinn Kingsley and Shannon Finnegan to start the game. Kingsley advanced to second on a wild pitch, stole third and scored while Finnegan got tagged out at second. Jayle Spears also drew a walk and came around to score. After a Courtney Picard pop out, the next two Wildcats reached via walk and Anna Jeffries scored on a wild pitch. Kiahara Guzman plated two with a double and Molly Carlotto drove in Guzman with a single, capping the rally.

Lee added five more runs, before Commerce threatened with four runs in the sixth, but Picard closed out the game for the win.

Guzman led Lee with three RBI.

The Beavers scored 11 runs in the first two innings for the game-two victory. Jocelyn Enriquez led Putnam with two hits and four RBI. Picard, Guzman and Gabbi Bridagan had three hits each for Lee.


Game One


Alexus Anderson and J. Lopez. Courtney Picard and Shannon Finnegan. W — Picard. L — Anderson. 2B — L: Kiahara Guzman. HR — L: Picard.

Game Two


Elicia Vazquez and Rebecca Lacroix. Jill Artioli and Shannon Finnegan. W — Vazquez. L — Artioli. P — 2B: 2 (Enriquez 1, Vazquez 1). L: 1 (Guzman).


LENOX >> Lenox dropped a closed game in the first game of its doubleheader, losing 8-7 to Putnam, but the Millionaires regrouped and won their first game of the season, beating Commerce 15-3.

In the first game, Putnam broke a 7-7 tie in the sixth as Alicia Gilmore scored on an RBI single. Sierra Fernandez and Rebecca Lacroix had two RBI each for the Beavers. Morgan Levesque and Claire Lynch had two RBI each for Lenox. The Millionaires' offense carried them to their first win of the season in the second game. They scored in every inning as Levesque led the way with three hits and four RBI. Lynch had two hits and three RBI. Levesque earned the win, pitching six innings and allowing only two hits.


Game One


Elicia Vazquez and Rebecca Lacroix. Anna Lynch and Morgan Levesque (6 2/3), Myah House (1/3). W — Lynch. L — Vazquez. 2B — P (Vazquez). L — 1 (Claire Lynch). 3B — P 1 (Sierra Fernandez). L 1 (Morgan Levesque).

Game Two


Hernandez and J. Lopez. Morgan Levesque (5), Anna Lynch (1) and Anna Lynch (4 2/3), Levesque (1) Claire Lynch (1/3).

Girls Lacrosse


CHESHIRE >> Hoosac Valley's Aubrey Rumbolt netted the winning goal with 32 seconds left in regulation, leading the Hurricanes over Pittsfield. The win gives the 'Canes three on the season, setting a new season-high for the program. Rumbolt led Hoosac with three goals and an assist. Claudia Bresset had four goals and one assist. Emily Kestyn led Pittsfield with three goals.

"Pittsfield outplayed us in the first half, but we came back with a good amount of intensity in the second half," Hoosac coach Molly Meczywor said.


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Pittsfield goals — Emily Keston 3, Jacey Salvie 2, Alicia Willimason 1, Lauren Curry 1, Ashley Rufo 1, Lis George 1, Mya Wiles 1. Hoosac Goals — Claudia Bresett 4, Aubrey Rumbolt 3, Alie Mendel 2, Faith Hill 1, Chloe Martel 1. Hoosac assists: Mendel 2, Bresset 1, Rumbolt 1. Saves — P: Kristen Borelli 12. HV: Abi Disbrow 12.

Boys Lacrosse


CHESHIRE >> Reilly Parker led Mount Greylock with six goals and one assist. Sean McCormack and Pat Storie had six points each. Cal Filson made six saves. Ryan Jacoby led Pittsfield with two goals.



Pittsfield goals — Ryan Jacoby 2, Mitchell Stechmann 1, Andrew Moore 1. Pittsfield assists — Kevin Quinto 2, Markie Paris 1. Greylock goals — Reilly Parker 6, Pat Storie 4, Sean McCormack 3, Kyle Bazonski 2, Toby MacWhinnie 1, Taylor Cummings 1. Greylock assists: Thomas Astle 5, McCormack 3, Storie 2, Parker 1, Whit Ellingwood 1, Cam Hadley 1, Zach Armet 1.


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