Local soccer roundup: McCann Tech boys defeat St. Joseph
NORTH ADAMS — Javen Reinhardt scored twice and added an assist for the McCann Tech boys in their win over St. Joseph.
Lucas Zelazo opened the scoring for the Hornets (4-5-2) before Reinhardt doubled the lead just before halftime.
For the Crusaders (0-8), Jack Perenick recorded 15 saves.
MT — Lucas Zelazo (Javen Reinhardt), 25:54. MT — Reinhardt (unassisted), 31:39.
MT — Reinhardt (Zelazo), 59:28.
Saves — SJ: Jack Perenick 15. MT — Nico Moreno 3.
LUDLOW 1, MOUNT GREYLOCK 0
LUDLOW >> Tiago Dias scored the only goal of the game for Ludlow in the eighth minute as the home side held off Mount Greylock.
Jacob Trajkowski assisted on the score. For the Mounties (6-4-1), Sam Edge registered eight saves.
"Ludlow's defending was very strong and they used an early counter-attack strike to earn the victory," Mount Greylock coach Blair Dils wrote in an email. "We were able to move the ball well against them throughout the game, but their organization in the back was too good today."
L — Tiago Dias (Jacob Trajkowski), 8:00.
Saves — MG: Sam Edge 8. L: Matt Jordan 5.
High School Girls
EASTHAMPTON 2, MOUNT GREYLOCK 1
EASTHAMPTON >> Maddie Grabowski scored twice for Easthampton in its win over Mount Greylock.
Grabowski scored in the eighth and 54th minutes for the home squad. For the Mounties (5-6-1), Caroline Flynn scored in the 16th minute while Charlotte Rauscher assisted.
Rachel Voller recorded seven saves for Greylock.
E — Maddie Grabowski (unassisted), 8:00. MG — Caroline Flynn (Charlotte Rauscher), 16:00.
E — Maddie Grabowski (unassisted), 54:00.
Saves — MG: Rachel Voller 7. E: Lili Pioli 13.
MCLA MEN 1, SUNY POLY 0
UTICA, N.Y. >> Edward Boateng's goal in the 71st minute lifted MCLA over SUNY Poly.
The goal was Boateng's team-leading sixth score of the campaign. Jesse Moore contributed the assist for the Trailblazers (6-5-1) while Kamron Anderson had two saves.
MCLA is back in action on Friday when it faces Mass. Maritime on the road.
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