Roundup: Lee's Fraser finishes 15th at state D-III golf tournament

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GREAT BARRINGTON — Lee's Thomas Fraser placed 15th at the Division III State Championship on Tuesday at the Wyantenuck Country Club.

Fraser finished with a 7-over par 77. The Wildcat junior was eight shots off first-placer finisher Christian Emmerich of St. Mary's of Lynn (69).

Curtis Merritt (71) of Sturgis West and Nick Cummings (72) of Weston round out the top three.

Fraser shot a 5-over 40 on the front nine, but closed strongly, shooting 2-over on the back nine. Fraser competed in the tournament as in individual.

St. Mary's of Lynn won the team title with a 292. Weston finished second with a 300. Austin Prep placed third with a 308.

Girls Soccer

Lenox 5, Taconic 1


PITTSFIELD — Nicole Gamberoni's hat trick gave Lenox (10-5-3, 8-0 Berkshire South) a commanding win over Taconic (7-11, 5-3).

All three goals were unassisted, highlighting Gamberoni's strong one-on-one skills. Jenna Bateman scored Taconic's lone goal in the 21st minute. The visitors responded with three unanswered goals. Gamberoni added an assist to Abby Schilling in the second half.

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Lenox     2     3          5

Taconic     1     0          1

First Half

L — Nicole Gamberoni (unassisted), 1:00. L — Gamberoni (UA), 20:00. T — Jenna Bateman (UA), 21:00.

Second Half

L — Gamberoni (UA), 75:00. L — Abby Schilling (Gamberoni), 76:00. L — Mary Elliot (UA), 78:40.

Mount Everett 3, Drury 1

SHEFFIELD — While the Eagles will be making a rare appearance on the outside of the Western Massachusetts tournament field this season, they did end 2017 on a high note with a Senior Night win over Drury. Three different goal scorers staked Everett to a 3-0 lead in the first half and Madeleine Soudant made five saves in a scoreless second half to solidify the victory.

"It was certainly bittersweet to not be going on into the tournament," said Eagles coach Jess Murtagh in an email. "But I am very proud of the way the girls brought it together and finished the season."

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Drury     1     0          1

Mount Everett     3     0          3

First Half

ME — Hannah Seuernagle (Sarah Beckwith), 5:00. ME — Logan Rathbun (Emma Nardi), 18:00. ME — Madeline VonRuden (unassisted), 21:00. D — Alison Feliz (UA), 39:00.

Saves — D: Hannah Singer, 1 and Olivia Witter-O'Neil, 9. ME: Madeleine Soudant, 5.

Boys Soccer

Mount Greylock 5, Lenox 0


LENOX — The Foehl brothers sent Mount Greylock (10-4-2, 7-0-1 Berkshire North) into the Western Mass Division III tournament on a high note Tuesday night, as Brady and Toby Foehl scored two goals each in a blowout win over Lenox (10-5-3, 2-5-1). The Millionaires, who also await their tournament seeding in the Division IV field on Wednesday, were blitzed out of the gate by Brady Foehl and Sam Dils, who connected twice in the first 14 minutes of play. The Mounties led 3-0 at halftime and finished things off with David Falk making four saves to secure the shutout.

"We were hoping to roll into the tournament with a positive result against Greylock, a clear D3 contender for a Western Mass. championship this year," said Lenox coach Matt Cote in an email. "It gives us something to chew on during this long week of practice, and it reminds us that nothing comes easy. If we are to achieve our goal of a Western Mass. championship ourselves, we need to find a way to beat tough teams like Greylock, by staying positive, sticking to our game plan and trusting each other."

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Mount Greylock     3     2          5

Lenox     0     0          0

First Half

MG — Brady Foehl (Sam Dils), 3:08. MG —Brady Foehl (Dils), 13:41. MG —Toby Foehl (Quinn Johnstadt), 20:11.

Second Half

MG — Dils (unassisted), 49:00. MG — Toby Foehl (Luke Swann), 57:00.

Saves — MG: David Falk, 4. L: Matt Tibbetts, 4.


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