Wednesday's roundup: Wahconah boys fall; Lee shuts out Berlin

Thursday September 27, 2012

SOUTHWICK -- Wahconah’s boys soccer team fell behind early and, despite Curran Doyle’s first varsity goal, couldn’t rally on the road in a 3-1 loss to Southwick.

Dillan Davignon had a hat trick for the hosts, including two goals in the first 10 minutes. The Warriors pressed in the second half, getting Doyle’s goal with 9:49 to play. Davignon sealed the win with a tally in the 74:00 minute on a counter.

"We played well in the field," said Wahconah coach John Kovacs. "We played a nice passing game in the second half. Just playing catch up took a lot out of us."

Chris Dapson made seven saves for the Warriors.


Wah 0 1 -- 1

South 2 1 -- 3

First half

S -- Dillan Davignon (UA), 7:00.

S -- Davignon (UA), 9:00.

Second half

W -- Curran Doyle (UA), 70:11.

S -- Davignon (Andrae Campbell), 74:00.

Saves -- W: Chris Dapson 7; S: Tim Reardon 6.

Lee 5, Berlin 0

BERLIN, N.Y. -- John Graziano had two goals and assisted on two others to lead Lee to the win.

Graziano scored twice in the first half before assisting on two second-half tallies. Heamon Williams earned the shutout with seven saves.

"The big thing about John is he can distribute the ball as well as he can shoot," said Lee coach Matt Kollmer. "He does a good job of finding open men."


Lee 3 2 -- 5

Berlin 0 0 -- 0

First half

L -- John Graziano (Luke Murphy), 21:00.

L -- Jose Mejia (Murphy), 24:00.

L -- Graziano (Nick Pow), 28:00.

Second half

L -- Gabriel Nogueira (Graziano), 61:00.

L -- Kenn Suerez (Graziano), 62:00.

Saves -- L: Heamon Williams 7; B:Andrew Zlotnick 15.

Greylock 5, Hampden 2

CHICOPEE -- John Pfister scored a hat trick for the Mounties, who led 3-1 at the half and got three saves each from Cal Filson and Alejandro Viquez-Salas.

"We played on a pretty narrow field, so most of the opportunities [Pfister] got were on balls coming in from the flank," Greylock coach Blair Dils said. "It was really that penetrating pass first that led directly to the goal or led to the cross that led to the goal."


Greylock 3 2--5

Hampden 1 1--2

First Half

H--Abbas Tamaradze (unassisted), 8:00

MG--John Pfister (UA), 18:00

MG--Ian Brink (Dan Flynn), 25:00

MG--Pfister (Sam Dils), 38:00

Second Half

MG--Felix Kershaw (Dils), 41:00

MG--Pfister (Brink), 58:00

H--Djenne Washington (UA), 60:00

Saves: H--Jordan Marren 8. MG--Cal Filson 3, Alejandro Viquez-Salas 3.

Lee 4, St. Joseph’s 0

LEE -- Megan Gaul opened the scoring in the 21st minute, and added a pair of second-half assists for the Wildcats.

"She played a little midfield and forward for us," Lee coach Lauren Finnegan said. "She wanted the ball today. You could tell. She was creating space for herself, too."


St. Joseph’s 0 0--0

Lee 1 3--4

First half

L--Megan Gaul (Victoria Murphy), 20:23

Second half

L--Kate Delsignor (Gaul), 54:25

L--Murphy (Eileen Dooley), 62:26

L--Samantha Brown (Gaul), 76:38

Saves: SJ--Kendall Smith 18. L--Sara Middleton 8.

Hoosac 166, Wahconah 178

ADAMS -- Hoosac earned the win on the par-34 layout at Forest Park Country Club. Chad Alibozek, who qualified for the Western Massachusetts tournament the day before, was the medalist for the Hurricanes, firing a 34.

The Warriors got a 41 from Andrew Beaudoin. Mike Barnes added a 41 for Hoosac. Hurricanes coach Jay Sniezek said he thought his team’s scores would be a little lower coming home following road matches at Taconic and Pittsfield. Hoosac gets another shot at home Monday vs. Mount Everett.


HOOSAC (166) -- Chad Alibozek 34, Mike Barnes 41, Ty Clark 46, Keith Pero 45, Matt Burdick 47, Eric Sniezek 57.

WAHCONAH (178) -- Cam Collins 46, Tyler Garrett 54, Nick Cervone 48, Andrew Beaudoin 41, Mitch Salvini 51, Joey Szczepaniak 43.

Birdies -- Alibozek (No. 1, No. 5), Szczepaniak (No. 1).

Taconic 160,
Mount Greylock 190

PITTSFIELD -- Mitchell Omelenchuck’s 36 -- with a pair of birdies on the par-35 front nine at Berkshire Hills Country Club -- led the Braves to the win.

"He struck the ball really well today," Taconic coach Mike Hillman said. "His irons [worked] very well today. I think, if he had his putting tuned in a little more, he could have been a few strokes lower."


TACONIC (160) -- Mitchell Omelenchuck 36, Matt Ferris 42, Liam Nolan 40, John Keegan 42, Kyle Nutting 43, Brandon Walton 46.

GREYLOCK (190) -- Aaron St. Martin 46, Matt Wiseman 42, Mike Strizzi 50, Lilly Crolius 53, Steve Jayko 52, Kyle Alvarez 59.

Birdies: Omelenchuck (Nos. 4, 8), Ferris (No. 7), Nolan (No. 4), Wiseman (No. 5).


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