Local roundup: McCann Tech baseball ends losing skid with win over Dean Tech


HOLYOKE >> The McCann Tech baseball team snapped a three-game losing skid with a 15-0 thumping of Dean Tech on Friday.

The Hornets (5-4, 4-2 Tri-County) put up five runs in the first inning to take command of the game. Austin Miller led the way at the plate, going 2 for 3 with two doubles and one RBI. Rob Pecor and Robert Matte each went 2 for 4 with an RBI.

Mason Field got the win, going the distance. He pitched six innings and struck out nine on two hits and a pair of walks.

"We are coming off a three-game losing streak, it's nice to get 11 hits," McCann coach Pat Ryan said. "It's always nice, a breath of fresh air, when you are scoring in the first inning and getting on top of your opponents."


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Mason Field and Logan Tower. Gonet (1/3), Guithemer (5 2/3) and Alicia. W—Field, L—Gonet. 2B— MT 2 (Austin Miller 2).


WILLIAMSTOWN >> Nick Rondeau entered in relief and helped Mount Greylock defeat Lee. Starter Adam Petricca suffered from control problems, walking four in three innings, but Rondeau had pinpoint command. He struck out three and did not issue a walk in four innings. Eli Osheimer and Josh Jezouit had RBI singles in the third, giving the Mounties the lead.

"Nick really shut the door," Greylock coach Steve Messina said. "He was all around the plate, low-pitch innings. ... He ate up innings in not a lot of pitches."



Tom Fraser and Hunter Roosa. Adam Petricca (3), Nick Rondeau (4) and Eli Osheimer. W — Rondeau. L — Fraser. 3B — MG 1 (Zack Condon).


LENOX >> Lenox scored four times in the sixth inning, earning a comeback win over Green Tech. Trailing by two runs heading into the sixth, the Millionaires used small-ball to close the gap. Mike Hurley reached on an error. Patrick Colvin moved him to second with a bunt. Luke Murphy followed with a two-RBI double. Pat Corcoran added a RBI bunt single and Mike Downer capped the rally with an RBI single. Connor Hanson earned the win in relief, striking out nine and allowing only one hit in five innings.



Isaiah Scott and T.J Roberson. Mike Downer (2), Connor Hanson (5) and Noah Hunter. 2B — L 1 (Luke Murphy).



SHEFFIELD >> Mount Everett scored early and often, leading to a win over Pioneer. Gwendolyn Carpenter led the Eagles with two hits and two RBI, helping starter Chandler DeGrenier overcome a three-run home run she surrendered the Alexus Vergobee in the third inning.



Gibson Kaylee and Shelby Avery. Chandler DeGrenier and Morgan DeGrenier. 2B — ME 2 (Gwendolyn Carpenter 2). 3B — P 1 (Gibson 1). HR — P 1 (Alexus Vergobbe).

Girls Lacrosse


GREAT BARRINGTON >> Sarah Stripp scored six goals and had two assists leading Mount Greylock to a win over Lee. Eleven Mounties scored during the game. They had 20 goals on eight assists. Emma Bartini led Lee with six goals. Julia Whitney had six saves for Greylock.



Lee goals — Emma Bartini 6, Annie Macchi 3, Meryl Phair 2, Mikayla DeSantis 3.

Lee assists — Phair 2, DeSantis 3.

Greylock goals — Sarah Stripp 6, Lauren Aliberti 2, Maggie Rorke 2, Emma Polumbo 3, Ada DeGooyer 1, Caroline Flynn 1, Kristin Alberti 1, Arianna Walden 1, Brook Masse 1, Emily Brown 1, Caroline Hadley 1.

Greylock assists — DeGooyer 1, Flynn 1, Rorke 1, Walden 1, Stripp 2, Polumbo 3, Karen McComish 1,

Saves — L: Bridey Nicotra 8. MG: Julia Whitney 6.


PITTSFIELD >> Lily Howes and Emmy Cote each scored three times for Wahconah in its victory over Pittsfield.

Hannah Rueger scored twice and registered two assists for the Warriors (6-2, 2-1 Berkshire League) while Jordan Budaj contributed two goals and three assists.

Anna Quinto recorded nine saves for Pittsfield (0-7, 0-6).


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

Pittsfield goals — Lauren Curry 1, Jacey Salvie 1.

Saves — W: Katie Bachli 7. P: Anna Quinto 9.

Boys Lacrosse


CHICOPEE >> McCann Tech took a 2-0 lead early in the first quarter, but Chicopee Comp answered with a 15-0 run pulling away from the Hornets. Dan Vazquez led the Colts with six goals. Nick Lincoln led McCann Tech with two goals.

"They're quick, sharp with passes and they played to their strengths," McCann Tech Paul Lange said. "They have kids that could dodge and had kids that were shooters. ... We went up 2-0, but they came storming back and killed our momentum."



Chicopee goals: Dan Vazquez 6, John Baker 2 goals, Julio Morales 2 goals, Dominic Gallant 1 goals, Josh Provost 1 goals, Mike Doyle 2 goals, Andre Gallant 1 goals.

Chicopee assists: Vazquez 1, Baker 2, Provost 2, Doyle 2, Joe Gardner 1 assist.

McCann goals — Nick Lincoln 2, Mike Moreno 1,

McCann assists — Evan Knapp 1.

Saves — C: Zack Isham 6 MT: Jake Tower 9 saves.



SHEFFIELD >> The Lenox boys defeated Mount Everett 4-1, and the Lenox girls used its strong singles play to win 3-2.

The Eagles won both of their matches at No. 1 singles. Patrick Hogelin defeated Henrik Palmer 2-6, 6-3, 6-4. Maya Neski defeated Victoria Vittori 6-2, 6-3.

At No. 2 singles, Hugo Hale needed three sets to defeat Jonas Malicky 6-7, 6-2, 10-6. At No. 2 doubles Rosemary Pehler and Shauna Pandell won in three sets winning 4-6, 6-4, 10-7, but Morgan Hayden and Ella King earned wins at No. 2 and No. 3 singles, respectively.


Lenox 4, Mount Everett 1

Singles — 1. Patrick Hogelin (ME) def. Henrik Palmer 2-6, 6-3, 6-4. 2. Hugo Hale (L) def. Jonas Malicky 6-7, 6-2, 10-6. 3. Cam

Abderhalden (L) def. Sam Webb 6-2, 6-1.

Doubles — 1. Kevin Coakley/Noah Kalischer-Coggins (L) def. Eduardo Roriguez/Graham Collopy. 2. Ryan Silverstein/Alec Jordan def. Marc Gogel/Kenny Edwards.

Lenox girls 3, Mount Everett 2

Singles — 1. Maya Neski (ME) def. Victoria Vittori 6-2, 6-3. 2. Morgan Hayden (L) def. Julia Groeber 6-0, 6-3. 3. Ella King (L) def. Michaela Loring 6-1, 6-0.

Doubles — 1. Sarah Baron/Alex Trousilek (L) def. Anna Dupont/Katelyn Dawson. 2. Ashley Kerzner/Shelby Tink (ME) def. Rosemary Pehlert/Shauna Pandell.

College Baseball


WILLIAMSTOWN >> Jack Cloud and Adam Regensburg produced timely hits, helping Williams defeat Hamilton. Cloud plated one with an RBI triple in the first inning, he scored on the play off a Hamilton error. After Hamilton took the lead in the top of the fourth inning, Regensburg put the Ephs on top with a double down the left field line.

Williams looks to extend its winning streak with a doubleheader against Hamilton starting today at noon.

College Softball


WILLIAMSTOWN >> Kacey Cramer hit a walk-off single with the bases loaded for Williams, giving the Ephs their third win in a row. Sarah Freyre's two-run home run tied the game at 3-3 for Middlebury in the sixth, setting up Cramer's winning hit. MacKenzie Murphy had two hits and an RBI for Williams. She earned the win in relief as well, pitching one and one-third scoreless innings.

The Ephs conclude their regular season with a doubleheader against Middlebury, starting today at noon.


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