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Taconic boys soccer grabs stranglehold on Bi-County with win over budding rival Westfield Tech

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Taconic's Eric Quaidoo skies for a header that he redirected around the Westfield Tech keeper for the Thunder's first goal on Thursday.

PITTSFIELD — Head coach Luke Chambers said it was a matter of belief.

And at this point, it’s getting hard not to believe in the Taconic boys soccer team.

The Thunder kept their unbeaten record in tact on Thursday night, and righted the lone blemish on their fall slate by besting Westfield Tech 6-3 on the Valentine Road campus.

The Tigers and Thunder previously played to a 1-1 draw in Westfield on Sept.


Mike Walsh can be reached at mwalsh@berkshireeagle.com or 413-496-6240. On Twitter: @WalshWrites89.

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Mike Walsh is sports editor at The Berkshire Eagle. He's been with The Eagle since 2017. Walsh also authors the NENPA-winning Powder Report column. He's an avid snowboarder, runner, homebrewer, and he used to play a pretty mean sousaphone.

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