Wahconah boys beat Lenox

Thursday September 20, 2012

DALTON -- Nick Montferret and Kevin Boino each had three points to lead Wahconah to a 5-0 victory over Lenox on Wednesday.

Montferret got the Warriors on the board in the 18th minute after Lenox had some early chances to score. His goal was set up by Boino, who scored himself off a Montferret assist 16 minutes later. Jeff Pullano made it 3-0 11 minutes into the second half before Montferret set up Boino again. Eric Klem added a goal with a minute left.

"Definitely a big win," said Wahconah coach John Kovacs. "The score is not indicative of the whole game. ... The second part of the first half we got going. Once we scored it gave us momentum."

The Warriors have another big North division battle on Friday when they travel to Monument Mountain on Friday. Kickoff is set for 6 p.m.


Wahconah 2 3 -- 5

Lenox 0 0 -- 0

First half

W -- Nick Montferret (Kevin Boino), 17:23.

W -- Boino (Montferret), 34:00.

Second half

W -- Jeff Pullano (UA), 51:22.

W -- Boino (Montferret), 61:04.

W -- Eric Klem (Collin Parrott), 79:00.

Saves -- W: Nick Tutela 6, Chris Dapson 1; L: Trevor Hathaway 9.

St. Joe’s 2, Lee 0

LEE -- Matt Begrowicz scored twice in the first half to lead the Crusaders to the shutout victory.

Shaun Parzick made 12 saves for the win.

"He’s big and strong up top," Lee coach Matt Kollmer said of Begrowicz. "When we played them in Berlin [N.Y.], they weren’t able to feed him like they did today. They just picked us apart."


St. Joe’s 2 0 -- 2

Lee 0 0 -- 0

First half

SJ -- Matt Begrowicz (UA), 26:00.

SJ -- Begrowicz (UA), 32:00.

Saves -- L: Heamon Williams 7; SJ: Shaun Parzick 12.

McCann 3, Everett 2

NORTH ADAMS -- The Hornets focused on improving defensively and earned the win.

Chad Raimer scored once in each half, both assisted from Shane Fuller.

Coach Adam Kozik said goalkeeper P.J. Laliberte was much more aggressive than he was in a loss to St. Joseph’s on Monday.

The team focused on tightening up defensively and eliminating scoring chances for its opponents. Kozik said his team won more fifty-fifty balls on its way to improve to a 3-2 record.


Everett 1 1 -- 2

McCann 2 1 -- 3

First Half

ME -- Jay Malisky (Sage Angell), 2:02.

MT -- Chad Raimer (Shane Fuller), 16:03.

MT -- Kevin Dowling (Unassisted), 33:11.

Second Half

ME-- Malisky (UA), 41:51.

MT -- Raimer (Fuller), 67:37.

Monument 173, Taconic 177

GREAT BARRINGTON -- Owen Hunter’s 39 led the Spartans to their fifth win in six starts at the par-36 Wyantenuck Country Club.

Hunter birdied the second and fourth holes, while teammate Jeff Spratt had a birdie at No. 8.


MONUMENT (173) -- Jeff Spratt 42, Owen Hunter 39, T.J. Shumsky 44, Dan Meandro 48, Christian Callahan 51, Olivia Grochmal 51.

TACONIC (177) -- Mitch Omelenchuck 44, Kyle Nutting 43, Matt Ferris 47, Liam Nolan 45, Matt Duane 45, Brian Bonacquisti 51.

Birdies -- Monument: Hunter 2 (No. 2, No. 4), Spratt (No. 8).

Lenox 168, St. Joe’s 177

LANESBOROUGH -- Kris Vahle and Cam Besse each shot 40s while Patrick Conlon fired a career-best 41 to lead Lenox to the win.

Danielle Lapierre led St. Joseph’s with a 41 on the par-35 front nine at Skyline Country Club. Andy Cella added a 42 for the Crusaders.


LENOX (168) -- Kris Vahle 40, Cam Besse 40, C.J. Meczywor 47, Patrick Conlon 41, Cam Sibley 48, Kevin Lonkley 47.

ST. JOSEPH’S (177) -- Andy Cella 42, Danielle Lapierre 41, Joey Bongini 49, Tim Wiles 45, Tim Jones 53, Christian Kelly 50.

Birdies -- Vahle (No. 8), Besse (No. 9), Conlon (No. 4).

Monument 3, Everett 0

SHEFFIELD -- Kelsey Marzotto’s 11 kills and a block led the Spartans to a 25-14, 25-19, 25-21 road win.

Nicole Keefner added nine assists, five kills and four aces for Monument, while Angela Russell picked up five kills and four aces. Meaghan Prince added six assists and five aces for the victors.

For Everett, Danielle Guidi had 10 aces and 10 assists, while Krista Reynolds added five aces and four digs.


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