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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.
On Wednesday at Worcester State, the Warriors finished their season by upending No. 1 Sandwich in the state title game.
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.
DALTON — On an overcast early evening in Pine Grove Park, Team Downer bested Team Belcher, 8-4, to win the Berkshire County Softball All-Star Game.
All good things must come to an end; on Wednesday, so too did Wahconah softball’s season.
A year later and the Warriors are right back in the state semifinals, with full intentions on finishing the job.
A number of Massachusetts high schools have placed multiple teams into the Final Four rounds of the MIAA state tournaments this year. Wahconah might be the only one to have one coach take two different teams into the Final Four. He did it with the Wahconah boys basketball team and is doing it with the softball team.
Avery Vale-Cruz threw a one-hit shutout, struck out 13 and got the game-winning hit with an RBI double in the sixth as the Warriors beat Abington at Pine Grove Park. Wahconah will play Amesbury on Wednesday in the state semifinals.