Lee boys lacrosse holds off St. Joe; big wins for PHS, Taconic, Greylock boys


LEE -- Cav Wolski, Connor Parkinson and Sean Baruch scored two goals each as the Lee boys lacrosse team held off St. Joseph 7-4 on Monday.

Adam Finnegan also scored for Lee (3-1), which got eight saves from Cam Forest in goal.

Wyatt Porter made 21 saves for St. Joe, impressing Lee coach Mike Snyder.

"He kept them right in the game," Snyder said. "If it wasn't for him, I think the score would have been a lot higher in our favor."

Lee held a 4-3 lead at the half and didn't pull away until the fourth. Finnegan and Tom Toomey had an assist each for the victors, who host Pittsfield on Thursday.


St. Joe 0 3 1 0--4

Lee 2 2 1 2--7

St. Joseph goals: Cody O'Dowd 2, Sam Thomason 1, Brendan Faas 1. St. Joseph assists: Cody O'Neil 1. Lee goals: Adam Finnegan 1, Sean Baruch 2, Cav Wolski 2, Connor Parkinson 2. Lee assists: A. Finnegan 1, Tom Toomey 1.

Saves -- SJ: Wyatt Porter 21. L: Cam Forest 8.

Pittsfield 11, Monument Mountain 3

GREAT BARRINGTON -- Alex Teichert's four goals led the way for the Generals in a road win.

Ryan Jacoby added three goals for PHS, with Teichert also notching three assists. Nikolai Pixley made eight saves in net.

Jack Vickery scored two of Monument's three goals, and assisted on Cooper Parker's goal. Jonah Swotes stopped 14 shots in the loss.


Pittsfield goals: Alex Teichert 4, Ryan Jacoby 3, Jack Salatino 1, Brenden Leary 1, Kevin Quinto 1, Dante Ortega 1. Pittsfield assists: Teichert 3, Andy Wright 2, Jacoby 1, Salatino 1, Quinto 1. Monument goals: Jack Vickery 2, Cooper Parker 1. Monument assists: Jack Vickery 1.

Saves: P -- Nikolai Pixley 8. MM -- Jonah Swotes 14.

Taconic 13, Hoosac 5

CHESHIRE -- Brad Cobb scored four goals and Mike Perkett had a hat trick as visiting Taconic outscored Hoosac 11-4 in the second half.

The Braves scored the only goal in the first quarter and never trailed.

Perkett had three assists to go with his three goals for Taconic (2-5, 1-2).

For Hoosac, Stephin Wallace scored three goals.


Taconic 1 1 3 8 -- 13

Hoosac 0 1 2 2 -- 5

Taconic goals: Mitchell Parise 2, Brad Cobb 4, Brandon Walton 1, Nick Pomeroy 2, Mike Perkett 3, Mark White 1. Hoosac goals: Stephin Wallace 3, Mike Lemanski 1, Brenden Ellsworth 1. Taconic assists: Parise 1, Nick Whittaker 3, Perkett 3.

Saves -- Taconic: Josh Tassone 8. Hoosac: Ryan Bartlett 13.

Mount Greylock 16, Wahconah 1

DALTON -- Mike McCormack scored eight of Mount Greylock's 16 goals in a big Tuesday win.

Cole Jackson scored three times and Jonah Kelley added two more for the victors, who dropped Wahconah to 3-3 (3-2 county).

Curran Pularo had the Warriors' only assist.

"They are a really, really top-notch team," said Wahconah coach Zach Sondrini of Greylock. "They were patient offensively, which was really important. They were good at the fundamental stuff. They picked up every ground ball the first time."


Greylock goals: Mike McCormack 8, Cole Jackson 3, Jonah Kelley 2, Chad Trottier 1, Liam Chenail 1, Cole Hughes 1. Greylock assists: M. McCormack 1, Chenail 1. Wahconah goals: Curran Pularo 1.

Saves -- MG: Cal Filson 10. W: Jake Wasilewski 6, Vinny Orlandi 5.

Girls: Wahconah 11, Holyoke Catholic 4

DALTON -- Perin Genaway had the hat trick and the Warriors remained undefeated (4-0-2) in 2014.

The Warriors led the Gaels 5-1 at halftime and the visitors never caught up.

"We're being more composed on offense and taking better shots," said Wahconah coach Kathy Budaj.

Paige Chiaretta and Emmy Cote each scored twice for Wahconah.


Holyoke Catholic 1 3 -- 4

Wahconah 5 6 -- 11

Holyoke Catholic goals: Cady Tyburski 2, Lydia Hojnonski 1, Taylor LeClaire 1. Holyoke Catholic assists: Lexi Messinger 2 assists. Wahconah goals: Paige Chiaretta 2 goals, Catherine Fusini 1 goal, Perin Genaway 3 goals, Morgan Francese 1 goal, Angela Colson 1 goal. Wahconah assists: Chiaretta 1 assist, Cote 3 assists, Nicole Desmarais 1 assist.

Saves -- Wahconah: Liz Culpepper 4, Michaela Defoe 1. Holyoke Catholic: Katie Klejna.


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