St. Joe boys lacrosse beats Monument; Greylock rolls to victory


PITTSFIELD -- Monument Mountain's boys lacrosse team played strong defense in the first half, but St. Joe's offense heated up in the second half for an 8-3 win on Wednesday.

The Spartans used strong man-to-man defense to take a 2-0 lead into the half. But improved passing and lead to transition scores for St. Joe (4-4, 3-2).

With less than seven minutes left in the third quarter, Cody O'Neil put St. Joe ahead for good with an unassisted goal. Sam Thomason led St. Joe with three goals.

"It all seemed to come together in the second half," St. Joe coach Ben Kline said.


St. Joseph 0 0 5 3 -- 8

Monument 1 1 0 1 -- 3

Monument goals: John Bianco 1, Sam Capeless 2. Monument assists: Bianco 2. St. Joe goals: Sam Thomason 3, Cody O'Neil 3, Brendan Faas 2. St. Joe assists: Levi Lawson 2, Nick Lincoln 2, O'Neil 1.

Mount Greylock 25, Lee 8

LEE -- Michael McCormack scored 10 goals, and was backed up by five from Matt Malloy and four from Cole Jackson as the Mounties cruised to a win.

Cal Filson made 10 saves for Greylock, which led 15-6 at the half.

Emerson Wolski scored three goals for Lee, with Cav Wolski adding two more. Cam Forest made seven saves.


Greylock 6 9 6 4 -- 25

Lee 2 4 0 2 -- 8

Greylock goals: Michael McCormack 10, Matt Malloy 5, Cole Jackson 4, Cole Hughes 2, Sean McCormack 2, Jonah Kelley 1, Liam Chenail 1. Greylock assists: Malloy 4, Hughes 3, Jackson 3, M. McCormack 2, Sean McCormack 1, Matt Hogan 1. Lee goals: Emerson Wolski 3, Cav Wolski 2, Conor Parkinson 1, Jake Parkinson 1, Adam Finnegan 1. Lee assists: J. Parkinson 3, Finnegan 1, C. Parkinson 1, C. Wolski 1.

Saves: MG -- Cal Filson 10, Pat Storie 1. L -- Cam Forest 7.

Girls tennis: Marianapolis 5, Miss Hall's 2

PITTSFIELD -- On senior day, Marianapolis' singles play was too much for Miss Hall's, as the Hurricanes dropped the match.

Miss Hall's lost all of its singles matches in straight sets, but the Hurricanes had a strong showing in doubles play, taking two of three matches.

At No. 1 doubles, Celeste Ruan and Rosie Zhao won 6-2, 6-0. At No. 3 doubles, Sophia Zhu and Daisy Zhou won 6-2, 6-3.


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