High school roundup: Pittsfield softball tops Mount Everett


PITTSFIELD >> Emily Koldys allowed three hits and no earned runs while pitching a complete game for Pittsfield in its 10-1 victory over Mount Everett.

Erin Murphy went 4 for 4 with four runs scored for Pittsfield (8-1) while Allie Hunt was 3 for 4 with a home run, three RBI and two runs.

PHS led 2-0 after one inning and 4-1 after three. The Generals added two in the fifth and four in the sixth.

For Mount Everett (5-3), Chandler DeGrenier was 2 for 3 with a double and a run scored.



Chandler DeGrenier and Morgan DeGrenier. Emily Koldys and Hayley Tobin. W — Koldys. L — C. DeGrenier. HR — P 1 (Allie Hunt). 3B — P 1 (Erin Murphy). 2B — ME 1 (C. DeGrenier), P 1 (Hunt).


GRANBY >> The Rams rallied from a 4-3 deficit, outscoring the Hornets 6-2 over the final four innings to get the win.

"Unfortunately, we didn't take advantage of runners on base," McCann coach Robin Finnegan wrote in an email, as the Hornets stranded nine runners. "We need to improve on offense and execute better."

For the Hornets (3-4), Haley Malloy led the way with three hits, while Julia Esoldi had two.



Meg Goyette and Alanza Quinones. A. Beauregard and M. Beauregard. W—A. Beauregard. L—Goyette.

High School Baseball


SHEFFIELD >> Mount Everett walked off with a baseball win on Monday afternoon, keeping visiting Lee winless.

The Eagles (4-5, 2-2 South Division) got an RBI single from Cavan Brady with two outs in the bottom of the seventh to cap off a two-run rally and score a 6-5 victory over Lee (0-5, 0-3).

Nate Chase led off the home seventh with a single and took second on an errant throw. After Patrick Silk sacrificed the runner to third, Brendan Dempsey hit an RBI double down the left field line, plating Chase with the tying run. Then, with two outs, Brady singled in the hole between short and third, Dempsey coming around to score. Dempsey had two of Everett's six hits.

"It was nice in the seventh to work some hits out and find a way to win," said Eagles coach Jesse Carpenter.

Tim Robitaille pitched two scoreless innings for the win.



Two outs when winning run scored.

Patrick Finnegan and Bryce Whalen. Dan Litchfield (5), Tim Robitaille (2) and Patrick Silk. W—Robitaille. L—Finnegan. 2B—ME (Brendan Dempsey). 3B—ME (Nick Tomich).

High School Girls Lacrosse


PITTSFIELD >> On a soggy afternoon at Herberg Middle School, Sarah Stripp scored six goals and added an assist as Mount Greylock (9-0, 8-0) remained perfect.

Stripp scored just 26 seconds into the first half for Greylock. A goal by Jacey Salvie with 20:22 left in the first half cut Greylock's lead to 2-1, but the Mounties scored three straight goals and Pittsfield (0-8, 0-7) never got that close again.

Emma Polumbo added five goals for Greylock, while Salvie netted five for PHS.



Greylock goals —Sarah Stripp 6, Emma Polumbo 5, Maggie Rorke 2, Gabriella Orpin 1, Caroline Flynn, Kristen Aliberti 1, Karen McComish 1, Lauren Aliberti 1, Lauren Howard. Greylock assists — Haley Reinhard, Flynn, McComish, Stripp, Polumbo.

Pittsfield goals — Jacey Salvie 5, Lis George 1, Lauren Curry 1, Ali Williamson 1. Pittsfield assists — Mya Wiles 1.

Goalies — MG: Julia Whitney. P: Kristen Borelli 5.


DALTON >> Six unanswered goals in the first period broke open a close game and helped Wahconah (7-2, 3-1) score a win over Lee (2-5, 1-5).

"Today we had a balanced effort from the whole team," Wahconah coach Kathy Budaj wrote in an email. "It was nice to see the girls working together.'

Emmy Cote and Jordan Budaj had big games for Wahconah. Cote had four goals and four assists, while Budaj had five assists to go with two goals. Perin Genaway chipped in with four goals.



Lee goals — Meryl Phair 3, Emma Bartini 2, Annie Macchi 1, Mikayla DeSantis 1. Lee assists — Bartini, Phair, DeSantis.

Wahconah goals — Perin Genaway 4, Emmy Cote 4, Lily Howes 3, McKenna McIlquham 3, Jordan Budaj 2, Becky Steele 2. Wahconah assists — Budaj 5, Cote 4, Genaway 1, Hannah Rueger 1.

Saves — L: Taryn Paul 4. W: Katie Bachli 10.

High School Boys Lacrosse


NORTH ADAMS >> Nick Lincoln and Mike Moreno each scored twice for McCann Tech, but the Hornets fell to Pope Francis.

Justin Meczywor contributed two assists for McCann (0-9) while Jake Tower registered 12 saves.

Matt Deloria scored nine goals for Pope Francis while Cam Peritz recorded five goals and six assists.


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Pope Francis goals — Matt Deloria 9, Cam Peritz 5, Makem Demers 2, Trevor Crawford 2, Cole Foster 2, Tadju Ordrick 1, Brett Kas 1, Ian Kinsella 1, Owen Mastrionni 1. Pope Francis assists — Peritz 6, Ordrick 2, Robert Hollander 2, Demers 1, Deloria 1, Zach Ronsorati 1.

McCann Tech goals — Nick Lincoln 2, Mike Moreno 2. McCann Tech assists — Justin Meczywor 2.

Saves — MT: Jake Tower 12, Nico Romano 4.


GREAT BARRINGTON >> It was a wet afternoon at Monument, but the Spartans (6-3) battled through the slick conditions to beat Maple Hill (N.Y.).

The Parkinsons combined to score five of Monument's nine goals — Connor had three and Jake two. Joe LaBrasca also had three goals.

Jonah Swotes made 14 saves for the Spartans.


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Maple Hill goals — Ben Sherwood 2, Liam Danaher 1, Cole Ciaffi 1, Jacob Adler 1. Maple Hill assists — Danaher 1, Ciaffi 1.

Monument goals — Connor Parkinson 3, Joe LaBrasca 3, Jake Parkinson 2, Rob Carotenuto 1. Monument assists — J. Parkinson 2, C. Parkinson 1. Nigel Baldwin 1, Homer Winston 1, Adam Puntin 1.

Saves — MH: Kyler Randall 14. MM: Jonah Swotes 14.


CHESHIRE >> Visiting Mount Greylock (10-0, 6-0) outscored Hoosac Valley 15-1 in the first half, to hand the Hurricanes (3-4, 1-3) the defeat.

It was 5-0 after one quarter and then the Mounties erupted in a 10-1 second quarter.

Pat Storie had six goals and three assists to pace Greylock, while Reilly Parker had five goals and three assists.



Greylock goals — Pat Storie 6, Reilly Parker 5, Michael Wellspeak 1, John Pfister 1, Kyle Alvarez 1, Talor Cummings 1. Greylock assists — Storie 3, Parker 3, Owen Poplitis 2, Alvarez 2.

Hoosac goal — Tyler Jayko.

Saves — MG: Cal Filson 3. HV: Cam Alibozek 7, Brady Larkin 3.


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