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Players from Mount Greylock baseball and Wahconah boys lacrosse, two Berkshire County state champions, lead the list of spring sport PVIAC All-Star teams.
Of the 78 championships handed out in the new MIAA state tournament format, some two-thirds of them did not go to No. 1 seeds. Two of those champions, Mount Greylock baseball and Wahconah boys lacrosse, were No. 3 seeds.
The Wahconah boys lacrosse team made history on Wednesday night. The third-seeded Warriors held off No. 1 Sandwich to win the first MIAA Division IV state championship in program history.
Wahconah boys lacrosse practiced for the final time on Tuesday in Dalton. The Warriors will suit up once more for Wednesday's State Championship game against Sandwich.
Wahconah scored the final two goals on Saturday, with 7 seconds left in regulation, and then Billy O'Neill's game-winner in OT to beat Cohasset and advance to the title round.
A year later and the Warriors are right back in the state semifinals, with full intentions on finishing the job.
A slow start was overcome with strong ball movement for the Warriors, as they moved on to the Elite Eight with a Saturday win in Dalton.
Devin Lampron and Billy O'Neill had eight goals a piece as the Warriors rolled into Round 2.
After three decades playing and coaching lacrosse in Berkshire County, Pittsfield High's Scott Aitken is retiring.
The MIAA has released its brackets for the boys and girls state lacrosse tournments. The Wahconah boys are the highest Berkshire County seed, No. 3 in Division IV. On the girls side, Mount Greylock earned the No. 9 seed in the D-IV field. In all four boys and four girls teams will play in the state tournaments.