Roundup: Mount Everett girls soccer team beats McCann Tech

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SHEFFIELD — Madeline VonRuden's two first-half goals led Mount Everett to a 4-0 win over McCann Tech on Thursday.

VonRuden's goals came seven minutes apart. The first came off a feed from Logan Rathbun in the 20th minute. Ashley Kerzner found Von Ruden for her second goal. VonRuden added an assist to Hannah Race in the second half.

"The girls continued their momentum from the game on Tuesday vs. Drury," Everett (3-6) coach Jess Murtagh said via email. "I think we really have turned the corner offensively. But today I saw them finally play with confidence — they have it in them to play good soccer, they just needed to believe it."

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McCann     0     0          0

Everett     2     2          4

First Half

ME — 20:00 Madeline VonRuden (Logan Rathbun), 20:00.

ME — 27:00 Madeline VonRuden (Ashley Kerzner), 27:00.

Second Half

ME — 70:00 Hannah Race (VonRuden), 70:00.

ME — 76:00 Madison Ullrich (Serena Batacchi), 76:00.

Saves — MC: Sarah Fortini 13. ME: Madison Ullrich 7, Madeleine Soudant 2.

Wahconah 0, Monson 0

DALTON — The Wahconah (4-5-3) girls soccer team played to a scoreless tie with Monson.

The Warriors could not generate a goal, but Sage Howes was stout in net, making 10 saves for the clean sheet.

"I thought overall we played very strong," Wahconah coach Meghan Smith said. "Very proud of the team. We did a lot of good things."

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Monson     0     0          0

Wahconah     0     0          0

Saves — W: Sage Howes 10

South Hadley 1, Lenox 0

LENOX — With just 40 seconds remaining in the game, South Hadley's Teagan Garwon made a run back post, received a cross from Lindsey Marjanski and sent the ball home at the near post for the winning goal.

Abby Schilling had a last-ditch attempt at an equalizer, but her shot was just wide left.

Sophie Patella made 24 saves. South Hadley's Bridget Sears made eight saves for the clean sheet.

"This was a tough pill to swallow, to give up the winning goal with only 40 seconds left in the game after seeing the team give everything they had for 79 minutes," Lenox (4-5-2) coach Kyle Zinchuk said via email. "However, as much as it stings now, there were way more positives for us to take out of this game than negatives."

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S. Hadley     0     1          1

Lenox     0     0          0

Second Half

S — Teagan Garwon (Lindsey Marjanski), 79:20.

Saves — S: Bridget Sears 8. L: Sophie Patella 24.

Volleyball

Wahconah 3, Taconic 0


PITTSFIELD — Wahconah (11-3) rebounded after being swept by Lenox on Wednesday, returning the favor to Taconic (1-10).

The Warriors won the match 25-19, 25-11 and 26-15. Lauren Cornwell L'Hote led Wahconah with 11 kills and two aces. Francesca Gigliotti had 22 assists and four aces. Emma Parkington added 10 kills and five aces.

Rachel Williams led Taconic with four aces and eight kills. Delaney Ivas had five kills, two blocks, two aces and three digs. Mikayla Moss added two kills.

Golf

Hoosac Valley 172, Taconic 178


PITTSFIELD — A strong team effort sent the Hoosac Valley golf team to victory over Taconic at Berkshire Hills.

Taconic's Mike Kays earned medalist honors with a 35. He came in five strokes lower than Hoosac's Derek Alibozek, but the Hurricanes had four players shoot under 50.

"I knew Mike was playing well. ... I knew it was going to be close," Taconic coach Mike Hillman said. "You hope to beat a team after they beat you. Unfortunately, they got the best of us."

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HOOSAC (172)

Henry Sniezek 46, Derek Alibozek 40, Luc Trombley 42, Hayden Grimes 44, Corbin Craig 50, Colby Rougeau 54.

TACONIC (178)

Mike Kays 35, Connor Champaux 45, Derek Wurtenberger 52, Andrew King 53. Brent Arseneau 46, Nick Slocik 68

Birdies — T: Kays on No. 8.

Mount Everett 167, Drury 188

STAMFORD, Vt. — Luke Bleau shot a 3-over 39 at Stamford Valley, earning medalist honors and giving Mount Everett the win over Drury.

Bleau was the lone player to shoot under 40. Drury's Connor Kelly led the Blue Devils with a 43.

"Pretty competitive match," Drury coach Don Dagnoli said. "Our guys are working hard. We're a young team and we're gaining experience day by day."

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EVERETT (167)

Cooper Rothvoss 44, Kolby Bleau 45, Tucker Wilkinson 48, Colby Stevens 48, Luke Bleau 39, Spencer Broderick 48.

DRURY (188)

Connor Kelly 43, Justyn Cowell 48, Seth Dupee 52, Jonathan Cornell 45, Owen Vareschi 53, Aidan Roberts 70.

Birdies — D: Cowell (No. 1)

Lee 162, Lenox 176

LEE — Lee's Thomas Fraser continues his domination on the links, leading the Wildcats to victory over Lenox.

Fraser earned medalist honors with a 33. He recorded birdies on holes five and nine. Teammate Hunter Roosa was close behind with a 39.

Noah Hunter led Lenox with a 38.

"[Thomas] swung it great," Lee coach Matt Carlino said. "Just a very solid round. The first group gave us a good start."

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LENOX (176)

Max Digrigoli 46, Brenden Hayden 48, Noah Hunter 38, Ricky Armstrong 46, Ben Haddad 46, Cliff Flynn 49.

LEE (162)

Thomas Fraser 33, Hunter Roosa 39, Colin Finnegan 44, Camden Redstone 49, Dylan Ely 46, Lucas Bombardier 53.

Birdies — LEN: Hayden (No. 2). LEE: Fraser (No. 5, No. 9).

McCann Tech finishes fifth at State Vocational Golf Tournament

ACUSHNET — McCann Tech placed fifth overall in the Vocational Golf Tournament at Acushnet River Valley Golf Course on Wednesday.

Cole Kratz placed fourth overall with an 83 on the par-72 course. Ryan Baran shot a 91. Dalton Tatro shot a 93 and Logan Tower shot an 110.


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