Lacrosse and tennis roundup: Hoosac Valley boys lacrosse qualifies for playoffs for first time in program history

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CHESHIRE — For the first time in program history, the Hoosac Valley boys lacrosse team will play in the postseason.

The Hurricanes (8-6, 4-5 Berkshire League) picked up a 13-1 win over Taconic on Thursday.

Vance Eugene had 3 goals and two assists in the win, while Brendon Ellsworth had two goals and three helpers.

Hoosac has two games remaining in the regular season to try and improve on its seeding.

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Taconic goals — N/A 1.

Hoosac Valley goals — Vance Eugene 3, Brendon Ellsworth 2, Tyler Jayko 2, Zac LaRocque 1, Brandon Kaczowski 1, Nick Waterman 1, Austin Mendel 1, Casey Meczyor 1, DAve Crittelli 1. Hoosac Valley assists — Ellsworth 3, Eugene 2, Waterman 1, Matt Hall 1.

Saves — T: Troy Schweitzer 4, HV: Cam Alibozek 3.

PITTSFIELD 17, WEST SPRINGFIELD 6

PITTSFIELD >> The Pittsfield boys made it two wins in two days by picking up a win over West Springfield.

The Generals (10-6) scored at least four goals in all four quarters to take the win.

"I was a little worried going in that we might be jet lagged or whatever after yesterday," Pittsfield coach Scott Aitken said. "But we came out playing hard and they took care of business. We needed these wins for the tournament seeding coming up."

Sean Baruch had four goals in the win, while Mason Papirio and Ryan Jacoby each added hat tricks. Papirio also had a pair of assists. Nikolai Pixley had 10 saves in the win.

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West Springfield goals — Christian Filler 2, Cam Menard 1, Mark Zadie 1, Owen Serafino 1, Zach Butler 1. West Springfield assists — Menard 2.

Pittsfield goals — Sean Baruch 4, Mason Papirio 3, Ryan Jacoby 3, Kevin Quinto 2, Cam Giardina 2, Josh Kozlowski 1, Andrew Moore 1, De'Shane Johnson 1. Pittsfield assists — Quinto 3, Papirio 2, Johnson 1.

Saves — WS: James Brawsay 8. P: Nikolai Pixley 10, Ethan Beach 2.

Girls Lacrosse

HOOSAC VALLEY 15, PITTSFIELD 14

PITTSFIELD >> The Hoosac Valley girls stormed back from a three-goal halftime deficit to top Pittsfield on Thursday.

The Hurricanes trailed 9-6 at the break, but turned it up in the second half to get the win. Aubrey Rumbolt scored the winning goal with just over four minutes to go in the game.

Alie Mendel led Hoosac with seven goals and an assist in the win, while Claudia Bresett added four goals.

For Pittsfield, Clare Sheedy had four goals and Lauren Curry and Jacey Salvie each had three.

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Hoosac Valley goals — Alie Mendel 7, Claudia Bresett 4, Aubrey Rumbolt 2, Chloe Martel 1, Faith Hall 1. Hoosac Valley assists — Martel 2, Bresett 1, Mendel 1, Hall 1.

Pittsfield goals — Clare Sheedy 4, Lauren Curry 3, Jacey Salvie 3, Ashley Rufo 2, Lis George 1, Cassidy Abbott 1. Pittsfield assists — Alicia Williamson 2, Salvie 1, Emily Kestyn 1.

Saves — HV: Angelica Tanguay N/A. P: Kristen Borelli 8.

WAHCONAH 13, LEE 2

DALTON >> The Wahconah girls lacrosse team capped Senior Night with a big win over Lee on Thursday.

The Warriors (12-3) got goals from eight different players in the win, and five of the team's seven seniors recorded a point in the win.

Senior Lily Howes led the way with a hat trick.

"Tonight was our senior night and the senior girls played a great game," Wahconah coach Kathy Budaj said in an email. "All seven of them played their hearts out. As their coach I am so happy to see how far they have come and the effort and composure they showed was truly admirable."

Emma Bartini scored both goals for Lee.

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Lee goals — Emma Bartini 2. Lee assists — Mikayla DeSantis 1.

Wahconah goals — Lily Howes 3, Hannah Rueger 2, Perin Genaway 2, Emmy Cote 2, Brittany Quinn 1, Jordan Budaj 1, Kenna McIlquham 1, Meg Francese 1. Wahconah assists — Genaway 3, Cote 2, Howes 1, Budaj 1.

Saves — L: Bridey Nicotra 8, Taryn Paul 4. W: Katie Bachli 9.

Tennis

LEE SWEEPS MOUNT EVERETT

LEE >> The Lee boys and girls tennis teams earned sweeps of Mount Everett.

Sam Polastri and Julian Nejaime regrouped after dropping the second set at No. 2 doubles, winning 6-1, 6-7, 6-4 for the boys.

The girls won all five matches in straight sets.

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Lee boys 5, Mount Everett 0

Singles — 1. Ibz Zia (L) def. Patrick Hogelin 6-4, 6-1. 2. Michael Comalli (L) def. Sam Webb 6-4, 6-4. 3. Jed Devarennes (L) def. Eduardo Rodriguez 6-0, 6-1. Doubles — 1. Sam Polastri/Julian Nejaime (L) def. Marc Gogel/Kenny Edwards 6-1, 6-7, 6-4. 2. Lukas Loeher/Dominic Bartini (L) def. Seth Ivas/Dominic Bartini 6-1, 6-3.

Lee girls 5, Mount Everett 0

Singles — 1. Suriana Lee (L) def. Maya Neski 4-6, 6-4, (12-10), 2. Ava Martin (L) Medeline VanRuden 6-4, 7-5. 3. Anna Wang (L) def. Julia Groeber 6-0, 6-0. Doubles — 1. Sarah Winston/Maddie DiSantis (L) def. Anna Dupont/Kaitlyn Dawson 6-4, 6-3. 2. Kate DelSignor/Sandra Ortega (L) def. Shelby Tinker/ Ashley Kerzner 6-4, 6-3.

LENOX, MOUNT GREYLOCK SPLIT

LENOX >> The Mount Greylock boys tennis team picked up its second win in as many days, sweeping Lenox, while the Lenox girls earned a sweep of Mount Greylock.

At No. 1 singles, Greylock's Gray Kaegi rebounded from a hard-fought three-set loss on Wednesday, to defeat Henrik Palmer in three sets 6-1, 2-6, 7-6(7-5). The Lenox girls won all five matches in straight sets.

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Mount Greylock boys 5, Lenox 0

Singles — 1. Gray Kaegi (MG) def. Henrik Palmer 6-1, 2-6, 7-6(7-5). 2. Jacob Fink (MG) def. Hugo Hale 6-1, 6-3. 3. Josh Narey (MG) def. Ryan Silverstein 6-0, 6-3. Doubles — 1. Matt Wiseman/Brady Foehl (MG) def. Kevin Coakley/Noah Kalischer-Coggins 6-2, 6-1. 2. Sam Dils/Toby Foehl (MG) def, Cam Abderhalden/Jackson Reis 6-2, 6-3.

Lenox girls 5, Mount Greylock 0

Singles — 1. Victoria Vittori (L) def. Josie Dalsin 6-2, 6-0. 2. Liz Jarck (L) def. Kate Pfister 6-3, 6-2. 3. Alex Trousilek (L) def. Charlotte Sanford 6-2, 6-0. Doubles — 1. Morgan Hayden/Hani Chung (L) def. Emma Stankiewicz/Oriana Van Slyke 6-1, 6-3.

MONUMENT SWEEPS PITTSFIELD

GREAT BARRINGTON >> The Monument Mountain tennis teams swept Pittsfield.

The Monument boys won 5-0, The Monument girls won 4-1.

Noel Powell hung on for a three-set win at No. 3 singles, beating Thomas Rindfuss 6-3, 5-7, 10-6 for the boys. Katylin Barcus earned the Pittsfield girls' lone win at No. 3 singles. The Spartans won their remaining matches in straight sets.

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Monument boys 5, Pittsfield 0

Singles — 1. Kadin Shafiroff (MM) def. Evan Dempsey 6-3, 6-2. 2. Kevin Costello (MM) def. Noah Beckwith 6-0, 6-2. 3. Noel Powell (MM) def. Thomas Rindfuss 6-3, 5-7, 10-6. Doubles — 1. Paolo Lichtenthal/Johnathan Mack (MM) def. Nick Sidmonds/Dave Charland 4-6, 6-1, 6-1.

Monument Mountain girls 4, Pittsfield 1

Singles — 1. Cara Freadman (MM) def Anna Hamel 6-0, 6-2. 2. Ava Gaudette (MM) def. Sharanya Genesh 6-1, 6-2. 3. Kaytlin Barcus (P) def. Daniella Defelice 6-1, 7-6. Doubles — 1. Carli Shafiroff/Hailey Higgins (MM) def. Zhen Mei Huang/Juliana Catalano 6-2, 6-1. 2. Kay Kelly/Emily Rada (M) def. Catrina Hould/Vallory Nothrup 6-1, 6-4.

Track

WAHCONAH, LENOX WRAP UP LEAGUE SEASON

DALTON >> On Wednesday, the Wahconah and Lenox track and field teams wrapped up their league season with a dual meet at Wahconah.

The Warriors swept the meet, with the boys topping Lenox 111-26 while the girls won 85-54.

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Boys

Wahconah 111, Lenox 26

3200 METER RELAY — 1. Wahconah, 9:32.6; 2. Lenox, 10:14.6.

110 METER HURDLES — 1. Harvey (W), 15.8; 2. Villinski (L), 17.1; 3. Olds (W), 20.6.

100 METER DASH — 1. Lighten (W), 11.0; 2. Shepard (L), 11.7; 3. Gach (W), 11.8.

1600 METER RUN — 1. Brainerd (W), 4:55; 2. Hruby (W), 5:14; 3. Campos, Contini, Voltoline, Harris (W), 5:15.

400 METER RELAY — 1. Wahconah, 53.7.

400 METER RUN — 1. Lighten (W), 51.8; 2. Harvey (W), 53.1; 3. Collino (L), 57.7.

400 METER HURDLES — 1. Harvey (W), 66.6; 2. Villinski (L), 68.6; 3. Cantoni (W), 69.8.

800 METER RUN — 1. Massaro (W), 2:12; 2. Pharmer (W), 2:14.9; 3. Collier (W), 69.8.

200 METER DASH — 1. Delgado (L), 26.8; 2. Nelson (W), 28.1; 3. Free (L), 28.4.

3200 METER RUN — 1. Campos (W), 12:12.

1600 METER RELAY — 1. Wahconah, 3:58.8; 2. Lenox, 4:11.5.

SHOT PUT — 1. Donnely (W), 38-3; 2. Gonzales (W), 36-0; 3. Henderson (W), 32-10.

DISCUS — 1. Skidmore (W), 82-6; 2. Sullivan (W), 81-6; 3. gonzales (W), 70-5.

JAVELIN — 1. Gach (W), 122-9; 2. Dean (W), 121-8; 3. Henderson (W), 121-8.

LONG JUMP — 1. Shepard (L), 19-5; 2. Mikaniewicz (W), 17-8 1/2; 3. Donnely (W).

TRIPLE JUMP — 1. Mikaniewicz (W), 39-1; 2. Voltoline (W), 34-0 1/2; 3. Dean (W), 33-7.

HIGH JUMP — 1. Shepard (L), 5-4; 2. Nguyen (W), 4-8; 3. Goonan (W), 4-8.

Girls

Wahconah 85, Lenox 54

3200 METER RELAY — 1. Lenox, 10:20; 2. Wahconah, 11:14.6.

100 METER HURDLES — 1. Meisberger (L), 16.2; 2. Hart (W), 21.0; 3. Passetto (L), 22.3.

100 METER DASH — 1. Viner (W), 13.4; 2. Brown (L), 13.7; 3. Graham (W), 13.9.

1600 METER RUN — 1. V. Gamberoni (W), 5:25; 2. Bruce (W), 5:53; 3. Huth (L), 5:55.

400 METER RELAY — 1. Wahconah, 54.9; 2. Lenox, 56.3.

400 METER RUN — 1. McKnight (W), 65.3; 2. Grogan (W), 66.1; 3. Morrison (L), 67.9.

400 METER HURDLES — 1. Meisberger (L), 65.2; 2. Morrison (L), 79.7.

800 METER RUN — 1. D. Orlando (W), 2:40.9; 2. Huth (L), 2:43.5; 3. Moncecchi (W), 2:44.8.

200 METER DASH — 1. Viner (W), 27.9; 2. Brown (L), 28.2; 3. Graham (W), 29.0.

3200 METER RUN — 1. Houle (W), 14:33; 2. G. Orlando (W), 14.34.

1600 METER RELAY — 1. Wahconah, 4:43.8; 2. Lenox, 4:47.8.

SHOT PUT — 1. Moncecchi (W), 25-8; 2. Tyre (L), 25-4 1/2; 3. Haftl (L), 24-2.

DISCUS — 1. Haftl (L), 79-3; 2. Cornwell-L'Hote (W), 74-0; 3. Mikaniewicz (W), 64-0.

JAVELIN — 1. Graham (W), 79-11; 2. Wilmot (W), 71-2; 3. Sears (W), 67-7.

LONG JUMP — 1. Meisberger (L), 16-9; 2. Moncecchi (W), 15-8 1/2; 3. Pudlo (W), 14-5.

TRIPLE JUMP — 1. N. Gamberoni (L), 30-2; 2. Sears (W), 28-9; 3. Washburn (W), 28-5.

HIGH JUMP — 1. Meisberger (L), 4-10; 2. Moncecchi (W), 4-6; 3. Hart (W), 4-4.


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