Roundup: Fraser medals for Lee golf team in win over Monument

Berkshire Eagle staff

GREAT BARRINGTON — The Lee High School golf team got off to a bit of a slow start this fall. That slow start seems to be in the Wildcats' rear-view mirror now.

Thomas Fraser earned medalist honors for the third consecutive match and the Wildcats finally got under 180, as they beat host Monument Mountain 176-193 in the rain Thursday at Wyantenuck Country Club.

Fraser shot a 38, his third sub-40 score in as many matches. He also picked up a pair of birdies for Lee (2-1).

It was a bit of a milestone for the Spartans (1-3), who cracked the 200-stroke line for the first time. Max Joyner led the Spartans with a 42. It was nine strokes better than the Spartans' score from Wednesday.

"We're happy with" the score, first-year Monument coach Ed Locke said. "A couple of more matches and we'll be looking okay."


LEE (176)

Thomas Fraser 38, Caleb Kollmer 55, Dylan Ely 49, Dylan Boomsma 42, Camden Redstone 47, Colin Durkin 50.


Max Joyner 42, Curt Wilton 54, Peter Free 50, Ben Shultis 47, Shea Hull 58, Callan Huff 61.

Birdies — Fraser No. 2, 6; Shultis No. 3.

Taconic 180, Mount Everett 182

GREAT BARRINGTON — At Egremont Country Club, Taconic's Connor Champoux shot a 40 to beat Mount Everett's Colby Stevens by a stroke as the visiting Braves (3-1) scored a two-shot win over the host Eagles (0-4).

Despite the defeat, Everett coach Tony Bleau said his team has made major improvements since the start of the season. The Eagles team score was 33 strokes lower than their first result.

"We had one practice before our first match," the coach said. "I was really happy with their performance [on Thursday]."



Connor Champoux 40, Nate Murphy 43, Seamus Hayes 45, Derek Wurtenberger 52, Nick Slocik 54.


Colby Stevens 41, Kolby Bleau 45, Jack Seward 47, Tucker Wilkinson 49, Spencer Broderick 50, Nick LeGeyt 57.

Birdies — Slocik No. 6; Stevens No. 1; Seward No. 2 and 6.

Boys Soccer

PVCA 6, McCann Tech 1

NORTH ADAMS — The McCann Tech boys soccer team dropped its first game under new head coach John Bressett, falling behind 4-0 at halftime.

No more information from the game was available at press deadline.


PVCA     4     2     —     6

McCann     0     1     —     1

Thursday's late soccer

Lenox girls 4, Drury 0

NORTH ADAMS — Lenox's Nicole Gamberoni netted the game-winning goal and assisted on a second-half goal as the Millionaires beat host Drury.

Mary Elliot had both goals in the second half for Lenox, as the Millionaires attempted 27 shots at the net compared to nine for Drury.

Sophie Patella registered the shutout, making six saves.


Lenox     2     2     —     4

Drury     0     0     —     0

First Half

L — Nicole Gamberoni (UA), 19:00. L — Abbie Schilling (UA), 30:00.

Second Half

L — Mary Elliot (Gamberoni), 44:00. L — Elliot (UA), 69:00.

Saves — L: Sophie Patella 6. D: MacKenzie Dobbert 11.


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