Roundup: Drury, Taconic tie in boys soccer, while Mount Greylock, Wahconah, Mount Everett pick up wins
NORTH ADAMS — Drury drew first blood on Tuesday against Taconic, but needed a 70th-minute strike from Jackson Sullivan Bol to secure a point in a 2-2 draw in the Blue Devils' season opener.
Bol's strike came off a feed from Hunter Sarkis after the Braves (0-1-1, 0-1-1 Berkshire South) had snared a 2-1 lead with a pair of goals over a five-minute stretch.
Carthy Milondo got the equalizer for the Braves in the 56th minute. Josh Meaney followed in the 61st with an unassisted tally to snare the lead.
Sarkis finished with two points, including the game's first goal in the 46th minute, after Drury (0-0-1, 0-0-1) and Taconic had battled to a scoreless stalemate through one half.
Ian McGrath was big for the Braves, stopping 10 tries, while Drury's Kevin Chen made four saves.
Taconic 0 2 — 2
Drury 0 2 — 2
D — Hunter Sarkis (Zach Davignon), 46:00; T — Carthy Milondo (Gavin Dourdon), 56:00; T — Josh Meaney (unassisted), 61:00; D — Jackson Sullivan Bol (Sarkis), 70:00.
Saves — T: Ian McGrath, 10; D: Kevin Chen, 4.
Wahconah 3, Pittsfield 1
DALTON — Under the lights, host Wahconah picked up its first win of the year, beating a team that has been a thorn in its side.
"We haven't beaten Pittsfield in years," Wahconah coach John Kovacs said. 'We're trying to get back to where we can play with everyone in the North [Division].
"It was a nice win for us."
The Warriors (1-1) scored 30 seconds into the game when Nick Astore converted a corner kick by Easton Eberwein. Eleven minutes later, Colby Lennon crossed the ball into the box, and Keegan finished, giving the Warriors a cushion they would not surrender.
Pittsfield falls to 1-2.
Pittsfield 0 1 — 1
Wahconah 2 1 — 3
W — Nick Astore (Easton Eberwein), :30. W — Donovan Keegan (Colby Lennon) 11:45.
P — Luke Peplowski (unassisted), 59:40. W — Kevin Huban (Brodie Calvert), 75:00.
Saves — P: Avi Snowise 11. W: Jack Perenick 12.
Mount Greylock 3, Monument Mountain 0
GREAT BARRINGTON — Oscar Low made three saves for his first shutout, as Mount Greylock (2-1) beat North Division rival Monument Mountain.
The Mounties gave up five goals in their season opener, but have given up only one goal in their last two games, both wins.
Emi Soza Foias had a goal and two assists to lead Greylock in the victory.
Monument drops to 1-2, and has gone 160 minutes without a goal.
Greylock goals — Finn Welch, Emi Soza Foias, Cedric Lemaire.
Greylock assists — Soza Foias, Welch.
Saves — MG: Oscar Low 3. MM: Eddie Boyko 8.
Mount Everett 2, Hoosac Valley 0
SHEFFIELD — Michael Devoti pitched a shutout in net and Jack Carpenter took care of everything else for the Eagles (2-0-0, 2-0-0 Berkshire South).
Carpenter scored the game's lone two goals to help Mount Everett by Hoosac Valley (0-2-0, 0-1-0) on Tuesday. Devoti made five saves to keep the Hurricanes off the board.
Everett 1 1 — 2
Hoosac 0 0 — 0
ME — Jack Carpenter (Nathaniel VonRuden).
ME — Jack Carpenter (Jacob TenBroeck).
Saves — HV: Lucas Waterman, 4; ME: Michael Devoti, 5.
Westfield Tech 1, McCann Tech 0
NORTH ADAMS — The Hornets couldn't get off the ground on Tuesday in a shutout loss to Westfield Tech.
The Tigers broke the scoreless tie midway through the second half, and McCann Tech (1-1-0) couldn't land an equalizer.
Westfield 0 1 — 1
McCann 0 0 — 0
WT — Ndayia Livingston (Simion Mocany), 62:02.
Saves — n/a
Mahar 6, Drury 2
MAHAR — Mahar's Delaney Parker scored all six of her team's goals, and scored the final five goals in the game as the Senators beat visiting Drury.
Kayla McGrath's goal in the 22nd minute gave the Blue Devils a 2-1 lead, but two minutes later, Parker tied the contest and that's how the first half ended.
Parker scored four straight and the Senators got the win.
McGrath had a goal and an assist to lead the Blue Devils (0-1).
Drury 2 0 — 2
Mahar 2 4 — 6
D — Jacqueline Moulton (Kayla McGrath), 10:00. M — Delaney Parker (Micalyn Mailloux), 16:00. D — McGrath (Elli Miles), 22:00. Parker (Sienna Moore), 24:00.
M — Parker (Mary Ann Prescott), 57:00. M — Parker (Moore), 69:00. M — Parker (unassisted), 70:00. M — Parker (UA), 77:00.
Saves — D: Mackenzie Dobbert 13. M: Blattenberger 4.
Hoosac Valley wins Patriot Classic
BENNINGTON, Vt. — Hoosac Valley golfers spent the day Tuesday in Vermont, and returned home with an early-season championship trophy.
The Hurricanes took the Patriot Classic Invitational at Mount Anthony Country Club with a team score of 354. It was a thrilling finish for Hoosac, which beat out Burr and Burton Academy by one stroke. Henry Sniezek tackled the fast greens better than anyone, coming away with medalist honors by shooting an 81.
Hartford (Vt.) was third with a 379 total, while Rutland finished with 380. Host Mount Anthony shot 445.
HOOSAC (354) — Henry Sniezek 81, Luc Trombley 90, Corben Craig 91, Justyn Cowell 111, Colby Rougeau 92.
Lenox 148, Mount Everett 176
LENOX — The Millionaires had five golfers card under 40 on the back nine at their home course of Cranwell to best visiting Mount Everett.
Lenox (2-1, 1-0 Berkshire South) got a shared-medalist round of 36 from Brendan Hayden and Max Shepardson. Shepardson scored back-to-back birdies on the 10th and 11th, while Hayden birdied the 16th.
Cooper Rothvoss led the Eagles (0-3, 0-3) with a 41.
MOUNT EVERETT (176) — Colby Stevens 42, Spencer Broderick 44, Cooper Rothvoss 41, Jack Seward-Dailey 49, Tucker Wilkinson 50, Kali LaRose 64.
LENOX (148) — Max DiGrigoli 37, Brendan Hayden 36, Max Shepardson 36, Cliff Flynn 39, Ben Haddad 39, Devan Patel 43.
Birdies — ME: Broderick No. 11; L: Shepardson Nos. 10, 11, Hayden No. 16.
Lee 166, Monument Mountain 203
LEE — Dylan Ely and Camden Redstone got off to a fast start, earning birdie on the first hole at Greenock Country Club on Monday, to help Lee (2-1, 2-0 Berkshire South) top Monument Mountain.
Ely finished as medalist with a 39, with Dylan Boomsma right behind him at 40. Curt Wilton and Brady Whalen came in at 40 and 41, respectively, for the Spartans (1-2, 1-1), but it wasn't enough.
"[We] had a good bounce back in our second home match," wrote Lee coach Shane Sullivan in an email, "with solid rounds from the top two, and another strong finish from Dylan Ely."
MONUMENT (203) — Brady Whalen 41, Curt Wilton 40, Shea Hill 69, Ben Shultis 53, Noah Kisiel 69.
LEE (166) — Dylan Boomsma 40, Camden Redstone 42 , Colin Durken 46, Adam Dingman 45, Dylan Ely 39, Caleb Kollmer 47.
Birdies — MM: Whalen No. 8; L: Redstone No. 1, Ely No. 1.
Williams women still No. 1 in soccer
WILLIAMSTOWN — Williams is the No. 1 women's soccer team in the country, according to both national Division III polls.
In the United Soccer Coaches Top 25, Williams is followed by William Smith and Messiah. Two other NESCAC schools are in the Top 25, Middlebury is fifth and Amherst is 12th.
In the D3soccer.com poll, Williams recieved 21 of 23 first-place votes. The Ephs are followed by The College of New Jersey and William Smith. TCNJ is ranked seventh in the USC poll. Middlebury is fourth, Amherst is 10th and Tufts is 23rd in the D3soccer.com poll.
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