High school roundup: Wahconah girls lacrosse picks up overtime victory

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MANCHESTER, VT. — Emmy Cote scored 10 times, including the game-winning goal in overtime, for the Wahconah girls lacrosse team in its 17-16 victory over Burr and Burton.

Jordan Budaj scored four goals for the Warriors (8-2) while Kenna McIlquham added two scores.

Burr and Burton led 11-7 at halftime and eventually held a 15-12 lead with 9:27 remaining. But Cote scored four times down the stretch while the Bulldogs only scored once to send the game into overtime.

Cote finally ended it with 1:07 remaining in the extra frame. Shayla Heekin and Lydia Morgantini each scored four times for Burr and Burton.

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Wahconah goals — Emmy Cote 10, Jordan Budaj 4, Kenna McIlquham 2, Lily Howes 1. Wahconah assists — Cote 1, Budaj 1, Howes 1.

Burr and Burton goals — Shayla Heekin 4, Lydia Morgantini 4, Agnes Bisselle 2, Jessie Forstmann 2, Catharine Granniaz 1, Ana Garay 1, Carly Gayda 1, Isabella Dwarkin 1. Burr and Burton assists — Bisselle 5, Heekin 1, Dwarkin 1, Forstmann 1.

Saves — W: Katie Bachli 5. BBA: Miranda Cully 3.

LEE 12, PITTSFIELD 10

LEE >> Meryl Phair scored seven goals for Lee as the Wildcats held off Pittsfield.

Mikayla DeSantis added a hat trick and two assists for Lee (3-5, 2-5 Berkshire League). Jacey Salvie scored six goals for Pittsfield (0-9, 0-8) while Lauren Curry contributed four.

Lee led 8-3 at halftime, but Pittsfield outscored the Wildcats 7-4 in the second half to make it closer.

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Pittsfield goals — Jacey Salvie 6, Lauren Curry 4. Pittsfield assists — Riley Nichols 1.

Lee goals — Meryl Phair 7, Mikayla DeSantis 3, Emma Bartini 1, Annie Macchi 1. Lee assists — Bartini 2, DeSantis 2.

Saves — P: Kristen Borelli 5. L: Bridey Nicotra 5, Taryn Paul 3.

Baseball

GATEWAY 5, LEE 4

HUNTINGTON >> Riley Thomas, Devyn Olds and Alex Donovan each registered a hit for Lee, but the Wildcats came up just short against Gateway.

Olds pitched a complete game for Lee (0-6). The Wildcats held a 4-1 lead through four innings, but Gators tied it in the bottom of the fifth.

Gateway then scored the winning run in the bottom of the seventh. Josh Webster, Brett Turban and Joe Jones each had two hits for the Gators.

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Devyn Olds. Brett Turban (2 1/3), Joe Jones (4 2/3). W — Jones. L — Olds.

MCCANN TECH 4, FRANKLIN TECH 1

NORTH ADAMS >> Mike Ferrara pitched a complete game, allowing one run for McCann Tech in its victory over Franklin Tech.

Charlie Bohl went 2 for 3 with an RBI for the Hornets (6-4, 5-2 Tri-County) while Ryan Meehan was also 2 for 3 with an RBI. McCann fell behind when Franklin scored in the top of the first, but the Hornets answered with two in the bottom of the inning and one run in each of the next two innings to extend the lead.

Kyle Johnson pitched a complete game for Franklin Tech while also contributing a double at the plate.

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Kyle Johnson and Tim Momaney. Mike Ferrara and Charlie Bohl. W — Ferrara. L — Johnson. 2B — Johnson.

Softball

LEE 14, LENOX 11

LEE >> Molly Carlotto contributed three RBI for Lee in its victory over Lenox.

Amy Goss, Courtney Picard and Gabbi Bridagan each added two RBI for the Wildcats (5-5, 2-3 Berkshire South) while Kendra Williams pitched a complete game, allowing four hits, no earned runs, striking out 14 and walking four.

Riley Burke scored three times for the Millionaires (2-8, 1-3) while Kasey Valle recorded two RBI.

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Hannah Sibley and Anna Lynch (3), Maddie Barenski (3). Kendra Williams and Shannon Finnegan. W — Williams. L — Sibley. 2B — Lenox 2 (Kate Arace 2), Lee 1 (Molly Carlotto).

MONUMENT MOUNTAIN 19, ST. JOSEPH 6

GREAT BARRINGTON >> Monument Mountain is now over .500 in the division after a win over St. Joseph.

Emily Shaw went 3 for 4 with two triples for the Spartans (3-4, 3-2 Berkshire South) while Alexa Troiano was 3 for 4 with a home run. Addie McFarland went 2 for 2 and registered a grand slam for Monument.

For St. Joseph (1-3, 0-3), Olivia Mazzeo and Colleen each went 3 for 3.

WAHCONAH 12, DRURY 0

DALTON >> Allie Borowsky pitched a complete game shutout for Wahconah in its victory over Drury.

Jess Warren went 2 for 2 with three RBI for the Warriors (7-2, 4-0 Berkshire North) while Emma Parkington was 2 for 3 with three RBI.

Drury is 3-5, 0-4.

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Maya Howland (2 1/3), Alli Brassard (2 1/3) and Kacey Sondrini. Allie Borowsky and Jess Warren. W — Borowsky. L — Howland. 3B — Warren. 2B — Emma Parkington.

Boys Lacrosse

WAHCONAH 14, MCCANN TECH 1

DALTON >> Wahconah picked up its sixth win of the season with a win over McCann Tech on Tuesday.

The Warriors (6-4) built up an 11-0 lead at halftime to see off the game. McCann Tech (0-10) scored its lone goal in the fourth quarter.

But despite the lopsided scoreline, Wahconah coach Zach Sondrini said he was impressed with the effort out of the Hornets in their first year as a program.

"They fought really hard and I think they are going to come a long way in the next couple of years," Sondrini said. "I was impressed with them, impressed with their effort.

"Our defense and goalie play has been very solid this year. That's where our upperclassmen leadership is impacting our team. They put pressure on McCann's top offensive players and made it difficult to score."

Wyatt Schliecher had five goals in the win and Connor Washburn chipped in with four goals and three assists. Mike Moreno scored for McCann.

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McCann Tech goals — Mike Moreno 1. McCann Tech assists — Nick Lincoln.

Wahconah goals — Wyatt Schliecher 5, Connor Washburn 4, Dart Jaggi 3, Cullen Harrington 1, Jackson Coyne 1. Wahconah assists — Harrington 3, Washburn 3, Matt Mathers 1.

Saves — MT: Nico Romano 10. W: Vinnie Orlandi 7, Joe Whitaker 1.


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