Taconic nets a victory

Friday September 21, 2012

Berkshire Eagle Staff

PITTSFIELD -- Angela Panesco scored a goal five minutes into the second half, and the Taconic defense made sure it held up in a big 1-0 win over Wahconah Regional on Thursday afternoon.

"She ran through about 30 yards and took a shot from about 18 yards out," said Taconic coach John Flynn of his scorer. "It was a pretty good shot."

Kristina Walser had 10 saves for the shutout.

"Kristina had a great game for us," said Flynn.


Wahconah 0 0 -- 0

Taconic 0 1 -- 1

Second Half

T--Angela Panesco (Alyssa Latimore) 45:12

Saves:-- T Kristina Walser 10. W Kayla Kowalczyk 6.

St. Joe’s 2, Renaissance 0

PITTSFIELD -- he Crusaders (3-2) tallied once in each half to record this win.

"It was a very physical game," said Crusader coach Betsy D’Agastino. "But we came out very strong. we were passing very well and I thought we moved to the ball very well today.


Renaissance 0 0 -- 0

St. Joseph’s 1 1 -- 2

First Half

SJ -- Keegan McCauley (UA) 31:28

Second Half

SJ -- Emma Peplowski (UA) 54:58

Saves -- SJ Kendall Smith 4. Re Kaniyah Nash 9.

Pittsfield 5, Monument 0

PITTSFIELD -- At Kirvin Park, Aleah Sangiovanni had her first varsity goal and goalie Allie Hunt extended her shutout streak to 483 minutes for Pittsfield.

Amanda Wright scored twice in the first half for PHS, the first time she had multiple goals in a varsity game.

"It’s the [most] balanced scoring we’ve had," PHS coach Andy Waluszko said. "It’s a different person scoring every game, which is fantastic."

Hunt made four saves to notch her sixth shutout.


Monument 0 0 -- 0

Pittsfield 3 2 -- 5

First Half

P--Amanda Wright (Kara Alfonsi), 8:06.

P--Wright (UA), 9:54.

P--Aleah Sangiovanni (Allie Supranowicz), 20:32.

Second Half

P--Sydney Deluce (direct kick), 62:57.

P--Courtney McLaughlin (Trinity Cookis), 77:26.

Saves--MM: Iolani Deris 12. P: Allie Hunt 4.

Hoosac 7, Mount Everett 0

CHESHIRE -- Danielle Beauchemin initiated the scoring just 90 seconds into the game and the rest of the Hoosac Valley girls’ soccer team followed in rapid succession, as the Hurricanes built a four-goal lead before the game was 10 minutes old.

Meg Rodowicz scored Hoosac’s second tally and Courtney Hayer scored a pair before relieving Meg Richardson in goal. Lily Kronick rounded out the five-goal first half with her first varsity goal 19 minutes into the game.

Richardson also made the most of her time in the field, scoring Hoosac’s two second half goals about 5 minutes apart. She finished with one save. Hayer had none. It was quite the opposite for Eagles’ keeper Samantha Hoover, as she was called upon to turn away 17 Hurricane shots.

Boys soccer
Monument 1, Monson 0

MONSON -- Nick Masiero broke a scoreless tie in the 45th minute and the Spartans managed to keep the Mustangs off the board the rest of the way. The loss was Monson’s first (4-1-1) of the year.

Monument did it despite having two players receive red cards.

"We didn’t pack it in," said Monument coach Matt Naventi. "Bobby Kinne and Eitan Kiin in our central defense played really solid. If anything got past midfield, nothing got by them."

Aaron House notched the shutout with seven saves.

Monument (3-0) plays Wahconah Regional today.


Monument 0 1 -- 1

Monson 0 0 -- 0

Second Half

MM--Nick Masiero (Lucas Wartella), 45:00.

Saves--MM: Aaron House 7. M: Ben Murphy 6.

MCLA women 4,
Albany Pharmacy 0

ALBANY, N.Y. -- Keshia Devoe scored a pair of goals and Lindsay Borbotta addeD a goal and two assists as the MCLA women’s soccer team dominted Albany College of Pharmacy, 4-0 on Thursday.

Devoe got the scoring started with a goal 65 seconds into the game. But despite outshooting the hosts 9-6, the Trailblazers didn’t score again.

In the second half , Borbolla tallied at 54:35, and seven minutes later, Ashlee Scofield added another score. Devoe’s second goal came with three minutes left in the game. Danielle Heinsohn had seven saves for the shutout. MCLA is now 2-4, while Albany falls to 4-2.


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