High school roundup: Jayko scores in overtime to lift Hoosac Valley boys lacrosse over Monument Mountain

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GREAT BARRINGTON >> Hoosac Valley's Tyler Jayko scooped up a loose ball in front of the goal and fired in the winning goal in the second overtime, giving the Hurricanes an 11-10 win over Monument Mountain.

The teams played a back-and-forth game in regulation, and neither team could find the net after one extra period. Nick Waterman led Hoosac (6-5, 3-4 Berkshire League) with four goals and one assist. Jake Parkinson had five goals and three assists for Monument (7-6, 2-5).

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Hoosac goals — Nick Waterman 4, Brenden Ellsworth 3, Tyler Jayko 2, Vance Eugene 1, Matt Hall 1. Hoosac assists — Waterman 1, Ellsworth 1, Eugene 1.

Monument goals — Jake Parkinson 5, Joe LaBrasca 3, Connor Parkinson 2, Monument assists — J. Parkinson 3, C. Parkinson 3, LaBrasca 1, Matt DiSilva 1.

Saves — HV: Cam Alibozek 6. MM: Jonah Swotes 13.

PITTSFIELD 13, TACONIC 1

PITTSFIELD >> Not even 24 hours after beating Wahconah, the Pittsfield boys lacrosse team returned to action and picked up a win over Taconic.

The Generals (8-6, 6-3 Berkshire League) put up four goals in the first to take command.

Taconic (2-10, 0-7) got its lone goal through Ez Stone in the third quarter.

Kevin Quinto led Pittsfield with four goals and two assists, while Ryan Jacoby and Cam Giardina each had hat trick. Giardina also added two assists

"[Last night] was in the back of my mind, that we might come out a little tired," Pittsfield coach Scott Aitken said. "But we didn't. It was a good win, we'll take it."

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Taconic goals — Ez Stone 1.

Pittsfield goals — Kevin Quinto 4, Ryan Jacoby 3, Cam Giardina 3, Mason Papirio 1, Sean Baruch 1, Jordan Hayes 1. Pittsfield assists — Quinto 2, Giardina 2, Baruch 1.

Saves — T: Troy Schweitzer 7. P: Nikolai Pixley 3, Ethan Beach 1.

Girls Lacrosse

WESTFIELD 12, MOUNT GREYLOCK 11

WILLIAMSTOWN >> Mount Greylock let its halftime lead slip away, losing a close match to Westfield.

Olivia Chaoush scored a game-high five goals for Westfield. Both team had five assists each and five different goal scorers. However, the Bombers goalkeeping duo of Yvonne Headley and Lexi Levere combined for 12 saves, besting Julia Whitney's six. Sarah Stripp led Greylock (12-3) with four goals.

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Westfield goals — Olivia Chaoush 5, Hannah Jarvis 2, Rachel Gelina 2, Sam Kane 2, Sydney Brady 1. Westfield assists — Gelina 2, Brooke Keeney 2, Jarvis 1.

Greylock goals — Lauren Howard 2, Caroline Flynn 2, Emma Polumbo 2, Sarah Stripp 2, Lauren Alberti 1. Greylock assists — Polumbo 2, Karen Alberti 1, Haley Reinhard 1, Karen McComish 1.

Saves — W: Yvonne Headley 7, Lexi Levere 5. MG: Julia Whitney 5.

Baseball

WAHCONAH 13, BURR AND BURTON 10

MANCHESTER, VT. >> Wahconah (7-5) built up a big lead early, giving more than enough cushion to support a late Burr and Burton rally and earn the win.

The Warriors had 13 total hits. Matt Schneider went 3 for 4. Shane Sinopoli and Gage Frazier had two hits each. Frazier earned the win, as well. He threw four innings and allowed three runs.

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Gage Frazier (4), Ben Schmitt (2), Trevor Salvini (1) and Matt Schneider. Jay McCoy (3), Cottrel (3), Hathaway (1) and Mooney.

2B — W 1 (Schneider). BB 2 (Kreling). 3B — W 1 (Schmitt).

Softball

MONSON 12, MOUNT GREYLOCK 0

WILLIAMSTOWN >> The Mount Greylock softball team gave up a run in the top of the first and never recovered in a loss to Monson on Saturday.

The Mounties (5-7) were led at the plate by Alyssa Burgess, who smacked a double in the loss

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Carly Zielinski and Garon. Fiona Kelley and Hailey Guest. W—Zielinski, L—Kelley. 2B — MG 1 (Alyssa Burgess), G 5 (Allie Zollo 2, Zielinski, Sam Laitinen, Amanda Hulbert). 3B: M 2 (Zielinski 2). HR: M 1 (Zollo).


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