Roundup: Albert assists on winner for Williams women's soccer in season opener

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WILLIAMSTOWN — It took the Williams College women's soccer team a little time to get on the scoreboard in its opener Wednesday afternoon. But once the Ephs scored, they could not be stopped.

Williams scored three unanswered goals to beat Hamilton 3-1 at Cole Field.

The game-winning goal came at 52:34, when Evan Gancedo shot floated over the outstretched hands of Continentals' goalkeeper Emily Dumont and under the crossbar. Freshman Ilana Albert, who played at Pittsfield High School last year, picked up her first varsity assist on the game winner.

Hamilton's Amanda Becker scored at 19:10, and the visitors held the lead until Erika Jung scored with 56 seconds left in the first half. It was Jung's first career goal. Sarah Scire also scored for the Ephs.

Goalkeeper Olivia Barnhill had four saves for Williams.

Cross-Country

Meet at Mount Everett

SHEFFIELD — Monument Mountain's Grace Phair and Taconic's Jacob Paris earned first-place finishes at Mount Everett.

Phair helped her Spartans beat Wahconah 24-31. The Taconic girls beat Everett 15-50. Paris' top finish helped Taconic beat Everett 15-48. Monument beat Wahconah 15-48.

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Boys Results

Team scores — Monument Mountain def. Wahconah 15-48; Taconic def. Mount Everett 15-50

Top 20 — 1. Jacob Paris (T) 17:21.34; 2. Branden Pelkey (T) 17:35.40; 3. Mike Lafreniere (T) 17:37.62; 4. Peter Larochelle (MM) 17:38.32; 5. Gabe Carrington (T) 17:40.52; 6. Sean Chicchetti (T) 17:43.13; 7. Mike Goreti (MM) 17:46.62; 8. Cole Duval (ME) 18:08.46; 9. Zabion Powell (T) 18:12.96; 10. Kevin Robertson (MM) 18:18.39; 11. John Broderick (MM) 18:18.70; 12. Thomas Rabasco (T) 18:38.53; 13. Casey McCarthy (MM) 18:40.58; 14. Grayson Duval (ME) 18:54.90; 15. Caleb Pollard (MM) 19:01.95; 16. Carlton Brooks (W) 19:04.37; 17. Zack McCain IV (W) 19:09.07; 18. Josh Tayi (T) 19:09.57; 19. Scott Larochelle (MM) 19:21.92; 20. Ryan Havill (MM) 19:34.20.

Girls Results

Team scores — Monument Mountain def. Wahconah 15-48; Taconic def. Mount Everett 15-48

1. Grace Phair (MM) 18:52.63; 2. Danielle Orlando (W) 20:43.63; 3. Haley Corosier (W) 20:45.79; 4. Jasmin Johannsdottir (MM) 20:51.40; 5. Mary Hayes (T) 21:10.93; 6. Hannah Flynn (MM) 21:42.13; 7. Eliza Philip (MM) 22:28.41; 8. Samantha Gladu (W) 22:29.02; 9. Sydni Viola (MM) 22:30.64; 10. Aubrey Lazits (T) 23:00.34; 11. Abby Mooney (T) 23:04.52; 12. Madelyn Wendling (W) 23:04.78; 13. Kaityln Olds (W) 23:08.62; 14. Ellie Clark (W) 23:22.47; 15. Emily Hart (W) 23:27.88; 16. Hadley Mielke (MM) 23:36.20; 17. Mary Decelles (T) 23:39.02; 18. Gracie O'Brien (MM) 23:42.59; 19. Elsie Dilisio (MM) 23:43.10; 20. Hannah Supranowicz (T) 24:01.18.

High School Golf

Hoosac 168, Wahconah 195


DALTON — Hoosac Valley improves to 2-0 with a road win against Wahconah (0-1).

Both teams navigated the wind and rain at the Wahconah Country Club. Wahconah's Nathan Dos Santos earned medalist honors, shooting a 37.

Derek Alizbozek, Hayden Grimes, Luc Trombley and Colby Lugeau shot 42s for Hoosac. Five of six Hurricanes shot under 50. Dos Santos was the lone Warrior under 50.

"Hoosac did an excellent job considering the tough and rainy conditions," Wahconah coach Pete Terpak said. "We have a lot of work to do, but the season is only getting started."

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HOOSAC (168)

1. Derek Alibozek 42; 2. Hayden Grimes 42; 3. Luc Trombley 42 4. Colby Lugeau 42; 5. Henry Sniezek 52; 6. Corbin Craig 49

WAHCONAH (195)

1. Nathan Dos Santos 37; 2. Daniel Wilson 50; 3. Cullen Harrington 56; 4. Caden Frazier 53; 5. Isaac Anello 55; 6. Victoria Orlandi 57.

Birdies — HV: (Trombley No. 2; Leageau No. 7). W: Dos Santos No. 7.

Franklin Tech 13, McCann Tech 12

ADAMS — McCann Tech opened its season with a heartbreaker. The Hornets lost in a tiebreaker.

The score was tied at 12, and the tiebreaker is the combined scores of the top four golfers from each team. Franklin Tech's top four shot 187 to 191 for McCann.

"I've been real happy with their practice rounds," said McCann coach Justin Kratz, who added he is looking forward to that translating to match rounds.

Three golfers shared medalist honors. McCann Tech's Ryan Baran and Franklin's Travis Cutting and Hunter Sessions all shot 45 at Forest Park.

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McCann Tech (12) — Cole Kratz 46 (1), Ryan Baran 45 (4), Dalton Tatro 47 (2), Logan Tower 58 (1), Max Jette 53 (1), Chris Rose 58 (3).

Franklin Tech (13) — Travis Cutting 45 (3), Mike Patnaude 50 (0), Nate Pelletier 47 (2), Mick McGoldrick 52 (3), Hunter Sessions 45 (3), Jacob Shaw 62 (1)

Boys Soccer

Mount Greylock 8, Taconic 0


WILLIAMSTOWN — Eight Mounties scored goals in Greylock's commanding victory over Taconic.

Of the eight scores, Julius Munemo, Jacob Adams, Gio Cavelli and Mitch Jezouit all recorded their first varsity goals.

Sam Edge did not need to make a save for the clean sheet.

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Greylock     4     4          8

Taconic     0     0          0

First Half

MG — Luke Swann (Toby Foehl), 5:00. MG — Foehl (Sam Dils), 10:00. MG — Jacob Adams (Julius Munemo), 13:00. MG — Gio Cavalli (Unassisted), 29:00.

Second Half

MG — Munemo (Adams) 47:00. MG — Quinn Johnstadt (Munemo), 59:00. MG — Dils (Brady Foehl), 74:00. MG — Mitch Jezouit (Alex Backiel), 76:00.

Saves — MG: Sam Edge 0. T: Colby Sherman 15.

Girls Soccer

Drury 5, Sci Tech 0 (Tuesday)


SPRINGFIELD — Alison Felix scored three goals, leading Drury to a season-opening road win on Tuesday.

Felix scored once in the first half, before scoring goals two and three for the hat trick. Newcomer Alyssa Russel earned the clean sheet making 22 saves. Caroline Cellana and Haley Shook also found the net.

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Drury     2     3          5

Sci Tech     0     0          0

First Half

D — Alison Felix (Laura Thomas). D — Caroline Cellana (Haley Shook).

Second Half

D — Felix (Ellie Miles). D — Shook (Felix). D — Felix (Cellana).

Saves — D: Alyssa Russel 22. ST: Olivia Goodrow 9.

College volleyball

Vassar 3, Williams 0


POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. — The curtain came up on the Williams volleyball season, and host Vassar brought it down with a 3-0 win. The set scores wee 25-19, 25-20, 27-25.

Ally Ostrow had 14 kills, two aces and 10 digs for Williams, while Alex Newton had 25 assists and three blocked shots.

For Vassar (3-2), Devan Gallagher had 15 kills, while Annie MacMillan had 30 assists.


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