Local roundup: Hoosac baseball tops Wahconah in extra innings

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CHESHIRE — Hoosac Valley's Jack Sniezek capitalized on one of the few miscues from either team on Thursday, sprinting home on a passed ball to score the winning run in extra innings during the Hurricanes' 2-1 victory over Wahconah baseball on Thursday.

Hoosac (3-4) starter Noah Matrigali showed great endurance, going eight innings, striking out eight and allowing only three hits. Wahconah (4-3) starter Will Genaway is credited with the tough-luck loss. He threw 124 pitches, striking out 10 and scattering nine hits.

Keagan McGrath led the 'Canes with three hits. He made a diving catch in center field in the eighth, taking away extra bases from the Warriors.

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Wahconah     000     001     00          1     4     0

Hoosac     001     000     01          2     9     0

Will Genaway (7 1/3) and Joe Woronick. Noah Matrigali and Zac Swistak. W — Matrigali. L — Genaway. 2B — W: 1 (Kyle Hopkins).

Softball

Lenox gets first win


LENOX — Lenox (1-2) played games against Commerce and Putnam.

After dropping their first game of the day to Commerce 9-7, the Millionaires earned their first win of the season with a 9-7 victory over Putnam.

Commerce scored four runs in the first inning and two insurance runs in the seventh to defeat Lenox. Aimee Green led the Millionaires with three hits. Maddie Barenski and Kasey Valle had two hits each.

Against Putnam, Camryn O'Dell started the scoring in the first with an RBI ground out. Green followed with a solo home run. The Millionaires scored five runs over the next two, but needed an RBI ground out from Valle and a sacrifice fly from Hannah Sibley to hold of the Beavers.

Green had three hits. Sibley and Molly O'Brien had two hits each.

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Game One

Commerce     401     020     2          9     9     1

Lenox     000     230     2          7     9     0

Brenna Marchena and Kellie Letendre. Hannah Sibley and Molly O'Brien. W — Marchena. L — Sibley. 2B — L 2 (Aimee Green 1, Kasey Valle). 3B — L 1 (Myah House).

Game Two

Putnam     004     120     0          7     9     1

Lenox     223     002     x          9     11     1

Elicia Vazquez and Lauryn Bethe. Hannah Sibley and Molly O'Brien. W — Sibley. L — Vazquez. 2B — P 2 (Vazquez). 3B — P 1 (Jessica Torres). L 1 (O'Brien). HR — 1 (Aimee Green).

Lee goes 1-1

LEE — Lee let its first game of the day slip away, before regrouping and earning a dominant win over Commerce in game number two.

Against Putnam, the Wildcats (1-3) jumped out to a 5-0 lead, before the Beavers scored four in third. The visitors tied the game at nine with four more runs in the sixth, and they took the lead for good with two runs in the seventh.

The Wildcats had an easier time against Commerce. The Red Raiders led 3-0 after two innings. However, the Wildcats responded with six runs in the third. They did not trail again.

Peyton Heath led the way with four hits. Kailynn Kingsley went 3 for 3. Sarah Cook and Katelyn Clark had two hits each.

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Game One

Putnam     004     014     2          11     10     5

Lee     231     021     0          9     12     6

E. Vazquez and L. Bethea. Katelyn Clark and Peyton Heath. 2B — P 1 (J. Torres). 3B — L (Alyssa Heath).

Game Two

Commerce     210     001     1          5     4     6

Lee     006     351     x          15     15     6

Brenna Marchena and Kellie Letendre. Katelyn Clark and Peyton Heath. 2B — L 1 (Sarah Cook)

Mount Greylock 8, Granby 1

GRANBY — Fiona Kelley held Granby to just one hit and got plenty of support from her offense in a strong all-around performance from the Mounties (2-3).

Kelley only struck out two, but she didn't walk any and her defense made the necessary plays behind her to stifle the Rams.

Hailey Guest led the offense with three hits and three RBI. Kayla Cerveira had three hits. Elena Cerviera went 2 for 4 with two RBI.

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Greylock     101     040     2          8     13     2

Granby     000     001          1     1     2

Fiona Kelley and Olivia DiNicola. Abi Beauregard and Mallory Beaureagrd. W — Kelley. L — A. Beauregard. 3B — MG 1 (Elena Cerveira).

Mount Everett sweeps Drury

NORTH ADAMS — Solid pitching from Chandler DeGrenier and Devan Galli's big bat lifted Mount Everett (5-1) over Drury (1-4) in a afternoon doubleheader. The Eagles won 13-0 and 9-2.

DeGrenier struck out 13 and allowed only four hits in a shutout victory in game number one. Galli led the offense, going 4 for 4 with five RBI. Kersten Cutlip had two hits and a RBI. Jaclyn Derwitsch and Allie Brassard had two hits each. Cassie Krosier and Caitlin Tatro had two hits each for Drury.

In the second game, Drury held a 2-1 lead after five, but the Eagles put the game away with eight runs over the next two innings.

Brassard went 3 for 3 with two RBI. Galli went 2 for 4 with two RBI.

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Game One

Mount Everett     330     000     7          13     13     1

Drury     000     000     0          0     4     6

Chandler DeGrenier and Madison Ullirch. Maya Howland and Anna Dix. 2B — ME 2 (Devan Galli 1, Kersten Cutlip 1).

Game Two

Drury     000     110     0          2     3     4

Everett     100     026     x          9     8     1

Maya Howland and Anna Dix. Chandler DeGrenier and Madison Ullrich. 2B — D 1 (Dix). 3B — ME 1(Tessa Zoito).

Boys Lacrosse

Chicopee 17, McCann Tech 2


NORTH ADAMS — McCann Tech (2-4) could generate much offense against a stout Chicopee defense.

The Pacers outscored the Hornets 11-1 after two quarters. Jason Delisle had both goals for McCann.

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Chicopee     7     4     5     1          17

McCann     0     1     0     1          2

Goals — C: D. Vazquez 4, J. Provost 4, J. Baker 3, J. Conzalzez 2, J. Morlaes 2, I Jackson 1, Gilles-Murphy 1. MT: Jason Delisle 2. Assists — C: Vazquez 3, J. Shirely 2, Gonzalez 1, Morales 1, R. Heredia 1. MT: Xavier Martin-Levesque 1, Dakota Bolte 1.

Saves — C: Z. Isham 1. MT: Josh Petit 7, Taden Bolte 8.

Lee 14, St. Mary's 4

WESTFIELD — Connor Parkinson and Tag Roosa led Lee (2-2) to an easy road win over St. Mary's.

Parkinson scored two goals and dished out nine assists. Roosa scored a team-high three goals. The Saints did not find the net until the third quarter.

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Lee     6     2     1     4          14

St. Mary's     0     0     3     1          4

Goals — L: Tag Roosa 3, Homer Winston 3, Connor Parkinson 2, Adam Puntin 2, Curt Wilson 1, Robert Corando 1, Peter Romeo 1. SM: Aaron Blanchard 3, Sam LaBombard 1. Assists — L: Parkinson 9, Roosa 2, Caleb Kollmer. SM: Ed Towers 1, Padraig Smith 1, Zach Smith 1, LaBombard 1. Saves — L: Tighler Andrews 13. SM: Jeremy Hoar 17.

Boys Tennis

Lee 3, Mount Everett 2


LEE — The Lee (1-1, 1-1) boys tennis team used its strong doubles play to defeat Mount Everett (0-2, 0-2).

Lee's Lukas Loehr and Dom Bartini swept Andrew Haiss and Gray Duval 6-1, 6-1 at No. 1 doubles. Elias Keiderling and David Kilmer also won in straight sets at No. 2 doubles.

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Singles — 1. Sam Webb (M) def. Michael Comalli 0-6, 6-3, 7-6. 2. Christopher Petrescu (LEE) def. Marc Gogel 3-6, 6-1, 6-4. 3. Cole Duval (M) def. Sammy Banga 6-4, 6-3.

Doubles — 1. Lukas Loehr/Dom Bartini (LEE) def. Adrew Haiss/Gray Duval 6-1, 6-1. 2. Elias Keiderling/David Kilmer (LEE) def. Eduardo Rodriguez/Jake Martin 6-2, 6-1.

Girls Tennis

Lee 3, Mount Everett 2


LEE — The Lee (3-0, 2-0) singles players swept Mount Everett (0-2, 0-2) on Thursday afternoon to help the team to a close 3-2 win.

All five matches finished up in two sets on the day. In singles action, Anna Wang and Ang Nejaime won their matches 6-1, 6-0 and 6-2, 6-3, respectively.

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Singles — 1. Ava Martin (LEE) def. Maya Neski 6-1, 7-5. 2. Anna Wang (LEE) def. Madeline VonRuden 6-1, 6-0. 3. Ang Nejaime (Lee) def. Julia Groeber 6-2, 6-3.

Doubles — 1. Anna Dupont/Ashley Kerzner (ME) def. Erin Brisebois/Rachel Wendling 6-4, 6-2. 2. Shelby Tinker/Madison Tinker (ME) def. Michele Belliveau/Halle Miller 6-3, 6-0.

College Baseball

Williams 14, MCLA 4


WILLIAMSTOWN — Williams' offense carried it to a win over MCLA.

The Ephs scored all 14 of their runs in the first seven innings. MCLA's Joe DiMassimo added a RBI double in a three-run fourth, cutting the Trailblazers deficit to 9-4, but starter Tyler Duff but Joe Toledo to ground out, ending the threat.

Duff got the win. Adam Regensburg led Williams with three hits and three RBI. Kellen Hatheway and Jackson Parese had two hits each. Christian Seariac led MCLA with two hits.


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