Roundup: Hoosac Valley golf team holds off Wahconah

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DALTON — The Hoosac Valley golf team pulled out a close win over Wahconah at Wahconah Country Club on Tuesday, winning 192-198.

Henry Sniezek was the medalist with a 41 on the day, as golfers played on "a wet and tough back nine," according to Wahconah coach Pete Terpak.

Pat McLaughlin shot a 45 to lead Wahconah.

"With the Hurricanes shooting 192, the young Warriors could not capitalize on the opportunity that was presented to them," Terpak wrote in an email. "The kids are disappointed but hats off to Hoosac for hanging in there and grinding out a win."

Hoosac is now 11-1 and 6-0 in the Berkshire North, while Wahconah is 10-3 and 5-2.

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HOOSAC VALLEY (192) — Henry Sniezek 41, Corben Craig 48, Luc Trombley 51, Justyn Cowell 52, Colby Rougeau 53, Zach Swistak 62.

WAHCONAH (198) — Pat McLaughlin 45, Caden Frazer 48, Dan Wilson 52, Kristina Cusson 53, Mike Cullett 57, Emily Figiela 63.

Lenox 161, Mount Everett 176

GREAT BARRINGTON — The Lenox golfers topped host Mount Everett at Egremont Country Club.

Max DiGrigoli shot a 38 to take medalist honors, while Max Shepardson shot a 39 for the Millionaires (10-1, 4-0 Berkshire South).

Mount Everett (1-11, 0-5) had a steady day from its four scoring golfers, who all shot a 44.

"They played well," Lenox coach Dick Salinetti said of the Eagles. "They have improved, I'm impressed. They gave us a good match."

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LENOX (161) — Max DiGrigoli 38, Brendan Hayden 41, Max Shepardson 39, Cliff Flynn 43, Ben Hayden 46, Devan Patel 43.

MOUNT EVERETT (176) — Colby Stevens 44, Spencer Broderick 44, Cooper Rothvoss 44, Jack Seward-Dailey 44, Kai LaRose 47, Tucker Wilkinson 56.

Birdies — L: DiGrigoli on No. 1; Br. Hayden on No. 3; Shepardson on No. 6; Be. Hayden No. 2. ME: Seward-Dailey on No. 5.

Lee 180, Monument Mountain 191, Pittsfield 216

GREAT BARRINGTON — The Wildcats (6-4, 4-1) held of the Spartans (3-8, 1-3) and Generals (0-11) to pick up a road win at Wyantenuck Country Club on a windy Tuesday afternoon. Lee's Camden Redstone and Dylan Ely shared medalist honors with scores of 42 on the afternoon. Pittsfield's Liam Fitzgibbons finished on their tail with a 45, the second-best score on the afternoon. Lee's Caleb Kollmer and Mason Mihlek each shot a 48 to secure the win. Monument locked up second place on the shoulders of Bradley Danyluk, Curt Wilton, Andrew Churchhill.

"We keep getting beat close," second-year Monument mountain coach Ed Locke said. "Danyluk has been remarkable and Shultis is coming along."

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LEE (180) — Camden Redstone 42, Dylan Ely 42, Caleb Kollmer 48, Mason Mihlek 48, Dylan Boomsma 50, Adam Dingman 52.

MONUMENT MOUNTAIN (191) — Bradley Danyluk 46, Curt Wilton 47, Ben Shultis 48, Andrew Churchill 50, Brady Whalen 51, Shea Hull 57.

PITTSFIELD (216) — Liam Fitzgibbons 45, Lucien Lamoureaux 49, Eddie Mullen 54, Marty Myrick 68, Chris Sanonds 95.

Franklin County Tech 13, McCann Tech 11

ADAMS — The Hornets (7-2) suffered a home loss to Franklin Tech as Alex Sulda was the day's medalist with a score of 43 while Anthony Zager added a 44 and Mike McGoldrick shot a 45.

"This was one of our most competitive matches and our Senior Day as well," McCann coach Chris Carr wrote in an email. "There was a lot of energy out on the course today. Despite the close loss, I know the team put in their best, and their attitude coming off the 9th hole showed that they can find the balance of playing competitive golf and still enjoying themselves."

Nash Morin had a 44, McCann's best score on the afternoon. Chris Rose was right behind him with a 45. The Hornets hit the road for a match at Sabis later today.

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Franklin Tech's Mike McGoldrick (45) def. Ryan Baran (48), 3.5-.5.

Franklin Tech's Alex Sulda (43) def. Dalton Tatro (48), 4-0.

McCann Tech's Nash Morin (44) tied Anthony Zager (44), 2.5-1.5.

McCann Tech's Chris Rose (45) def. Ryan Artus (49), 2.5-1.5

McCann Tech's Sam Ingalls (48) tied Jacob Shaw (48), 2-2.

McCann Tech's Dylynn Hardee (48) def. Bathan Sciandra (54), 3.5 to .5.

Girls Soccer

Pathfinder 3, McCann Tech 2

PALMERPathfinder pounced for three second-half goals and defended home turf in a win over the Hornets.

Izzy LaCasse started the scoring with a goal in the first half on an assist from Addie Hayer, giving the Hornets (8-2-3, 7-1-3) a 1-0 lead at the half. Hayer was not done, as she added a goal in the second half, but the rest of the game belonged to Pathfinder. Christina Pereira, Hannah Montanez and Savannah Ranzie all scored for the Pioneers (5-6, 3-3).

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McCann     1     1     —     2

Pathfinder     0     3     —     3

First Half

MT — Izzy LaCasse (Addie Hayer).

Second Half

MT — Addie Hayer (unassisted).

P — Christina Pereira (N/A)

P — Hannah Montanez (N/A)

P — Savannah Ranzie (N/A)

Saves — MT: Keira Lennon 5, Savanah Reynolds 4. P: Mackayla Weldon 14.

Cross-Country

McCann Tech hosts meet

NORTH ADAMS — The McCann Tech cross-country teams hosted a meet at Windsor Lake, with the boys going 1-1 while the girls dropped both duals.

The boys defeated Mohawk 28-31 and lost to Greenfield 21-36. The girls lost to Greenfield (17-40) and Mohawk (15-50).

Jadon Hartley was the top McCann finisher on the boys side, coming in fourth overall in 18 minutes, 30 seconds. Christopher Sunn finished in ninth overall, followed by Braedon Delmolino and Daniel McGrory, respectively.

The Mohawk girls swept the top 7 positions in the race. McCann's Lily Marceau was the top Hornet, finishing in 13th overall.

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Boys

Team scores — Greenfield def. McCann Tech 21-36; Greenfield def. Mohawk 22-37; McCann Tech def. Mohawk 28-31.

Top 10 — 1. Simmons (M), 17:28; 2. Tirrell (G), 18:24; 3. Bostrom (G), 18:29; 4. Hartley (MT), 18:30; 5. Badillo (G), 18:45; 6. Passiglia (G), 18:46; 7. O'Day (M), 18:56; 8. Romer (M), 19:07; 9. Sunn (MT), 19:08; 10. Delmolino (MT), 19:10.

Girls

Team scores — Greenfield def. McCann Tech 17-40; Mohawk def. Greenfield 15-50; Mohawk def. McCann Tech 15-50.

Top 10 — 1. Szewczyk (M), 20:25; 2. Poplawski (M), 20:25; 3. Looman (M), 20:41; 4. Cusimano (M), 21:44; 5. Simmons (M), 21:49; 6. S. Upton (M), 21:50; 7. C. Upton (M), 21:56; 8. Heath (G), 22:10; 9. Gioud (G), 23:32; 10. Lu (G), 24:04.

College Soccer

Williams men 2, Skidmore 0

WILLIAMSTOWN — Demian Gass scored the eventual winner in the sixth minute, and Andrew Mathew added the insurance tally in the second half for the Ephs (4-3-3).

Michael Davis made two saves to get the clean sheet. He is now 4-0-0 on the year when he starts for Williams.

Eli Petrik and Will Felitto set up Gass' opener.

MCLA men 3, Northern Vermont-Lyndon 0

NORTH ADAMS — Colin Rousseau, Garrett Derosia and Rafael Castro all found the back of the net as the Trailblazers (2-8-0) defended their home turf.

All three goals came in the second half, with Castro's goal in the 47th minute proving to be the winner.

Sam Edge made zero saves to get the clean sheet.

College Volleyball

MCLA 3, Sage 0

NORTH ADAMS — The Trailblazers (12-6) won by set scores of 27-25, 25-16 and 25-23.

Kelly Moczulski had 15 kills and 15 digs in the win. Natasha Stewart had 19 digs, Ahna Schlaefer had 13 digs and eight kills, while Tessa Sestito had 36 assists in the sweep.

College Field Hockey

Williams 5, Skidmore 0

WILLIAMSTOWN — Simone Veale scored twice, both on assists from Emily Batchelor, while Batchelor scored one herself as the Ephs (10-1) picked up another win.

Abby Lloyd made three saves in the shutout victory.

The win is the 10th straight for Williams, tying the program total for longest winning streak. The 2007 team also won 10 straight.

Monday Scores

Westfield Tech 2, McCann Tech boys 1

WESTFIELD — The Hornets (7-5-0) were on the wrong end of a few bounces in a narrow loss to Westfield Tech.

The hosts scored twice in the first half, then Nick LaForest hit a penalty kick in the second to cut the deficit in half.

Andrew Levesque made 11 saves.

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McCann     0     1     —     1

Westfield     2     0     —     2

First Half

WT — Adam Strycharz (Hall), 9:00. WT — Own Goal, 25:00.

Second Half

MT — Nick LaForest (penalty kick), 69:00.

Saves — MT: Andrew Levesque 11.

Pathfinder     0     3     —     3

First Half

MT — Izzy LaCasse (Addie Hayer).

Second Half

MT — Addie Hayer (unassisted).

P — Christina Pereira (N/A)

P — Hannah Montanez (N/A)

P — Savannah Ranzie (N/A)

Saves — MT: Keira Lennon 5, Savanah Reynolds 4. P: Mackayla Weldon 14.

Cross-Country

McCann Tech hosts meet

NORTH ADAMS — The McCann Tech cross-country teams hosted a meet at Windsor Lake, with the boys going 1-1 while the girls dropped both duals.

The boys defeated Mohawk 28-31 and lost to Greenfield 21-36. The girls lost to Greenfield (17-40) and Mohawk (15-50).

Jadon Hartley was the top McCann finisher on the boys side, coming in fourth overall in 18 minutes, 30 seconds. Christopher Sunn finished in ninth overall, followed by Braedon Delmolino and Daniel McGrory, respectively.

The Mohawk girls swept the top 7 positions in the race. McCann's Lily Marceau was the top Hornet, finishing in 13th overall.

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Boys

Team scores — Greenfield def. McCann Tech 21-36; Greenfield def. Mohawk 22-37; McCann Tech def. Mohawk 28-31.

Top 10 — 1. Simmons (M), 17:28; 2. Tirrell (G), 18:24; 3. Bostrom (G), 18:29; 4. Hartley (MT), 18:30; 5. Badillo (G), 18:45; 6. Passiglia (G), 18:46; 7. O'Day (M), 18:56; 8. Romer (M), 19:07; 9. Sunn (MT), 19:08; 10. Delmolino (MT), 19:10.

Girls

Team scores — Greenfield def. McCann Tech 17-40; Mohawk def. Greenfield 15-50; Mohawk def. McCann Tech 15-50.

Top 10 — 1. Szewczyk (M), 20:25; 2. Poplawski (M), 20:25; 3. Looman (M), 20:41; 4. Cusimano (M), 21:44; 5. Simmons (M), 21:49; 6. S. Upton (M), 21:50; 7. C. Upton (M), 21:56; 8. Heath (G), 22:10; 9. Gioud (G), 23:32; 10. Lu (G), 24:04.

College Soccer

Williams men 2, Skidmore 0

WILLIAMSTOWN — Demian Gass scored the eventual winner in the sixth minute, and Andrew Mathew added the insurance tally in the second half for the Ephs (4-3-3).

Michael Davis made two saves to get the clean sheet. He is now 4-0-0 on the year when he starts for Williams.

Eli Petrik and Will Felitto set up Gass' opener.

MCLA men 3, Northern Vermont-Lyndon 0

NORTH ADAMS — Colin Rousseau, Garrett Derosia and Rafael Castro all found the back of the net as the Trailblazers (2-8-0) defended their home turf.

All three goals came in the second half, with Castro's goal in the 47th minute proving to be the winner.

Sam Edge made zero saves to get the clean sheet.

College Volleyball

MCLA 3, Sage 0

NORTH ADAMS — The Trailblazers (12-6) won by set scores of 27-25, 25-16 and 25-23.

Kelly Moczulski had 15 kills and 15 digs in the win. Natasha Stewart had 19 digs, Ahna Schlaefer had 13 digs and eight kills, while Tessa Sestito had 36 assists in the sweep.

College Field Hockey

Williams 5, Skidmore 0

WILLIAMSTOWN — Simone Veale scored twice, both on assists from Emily Batchelor, while Batchelor scored one herself as the Ephs (10-1) picked up another win.

Abby Lloyd made three saves in the shutout victory.

The win is the 10th straight for Williams, tying the program total for longest winning streak. The 2007 team also won 10 straight.

Monday Scores

Westfield Tech 2, McCann Tech boys 1

WESTFIELD — The Hornets (7-5-0) were on the wrong end of a few bounces in a narrow loss to Westfield Tech.

The hosts scored twice in the first half, then Nick LaForest hit a penalty kick in the second to cut the deficit in half.

Andrew Levesque made 11 saves.

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McCann     0     1     —     1

Westfield     2     0     —     2

First Half

WT — Adam Strycharz (Hall), 9:00. WT — Own Goal, 25:00.

Second Half

MT — Nick LaForest (penalty kick), 69:00.

Saves — MT: Andrew Levesque 11.

First Half

MT — Izzy LaCasse (Addie Hayer).

Second Half

MT — Addie Hayer (unassisted).

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P — Christina Pereira (N/A)

P — Hannah Montanez (N/A)

P — Savannah Ranzie (N/A)

Saves — MT: Keira Lennon 5, Savanah Reynolds 4. P: Mackayla Weldon 14.

Cross-Country

McCann Tech hosts meet

NORTH ADAMS — The McCann Tech cross-country teams hosted a meet at Windsor Lake, with the boys going 1-1 while the girls dropped both duals.

The boys defeated Mohawk 28-31 and lost to Greenfield 21-36. The girls lost to Greenfield (17-40) and Mohawk (15-50).

Jadon Hartley was the top McCann finisher on the boys side, coming in fourth overall in 18 minutes, 30 seconds. Christopher Sunn finished in ninth overall, followed by Braedon Delmolino and Daniel McGrory, respectively.

The Mohawk girls swept the top 7 positions in the race. McCann's Lily Marceau was the top Hornet, finishing in 13th overall.

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Boys

Team scores — Greenfield def. McCann Tech 21-36; Greenfield def. Mohawk 22-37; McCann Tech def. Mohawk 28-31.

Top 10 — 1. Simmons (M), 17:28; 2. Tirrell (G), 18:24; 3. Bostrom (G), 18:29; 4. Hartley (MT), 18:30; 5. Badillo (G), 18:45; 6. Passiglia (G), 18:46; 7. O'Day (M), 18:56; 8. Romer (M), 19:07; 9. Sunn (MT), 19:08; 10. Delmolino (MT), 19:10.

Girls

Team scores — Greenfield def. McCann Tech 17-40; Mohawk def. Greenfield 15-50; Mohawk def. McCann Tech 15-50.

Top 10 — 1. Szewczyk (M), 20:25; 2. Poplawski (M), 20:25; 3. Looman (M), 20:41; 4. Cusimano (M), 21:44; 5. Simmons (M), 21:49; 6. S. Upton (M), 21:50; 7. C. Upton (M), 21:56; 8. Heath (G), 22:10; 9. Gioud (G), 23:32; 10. Lu (G), 24:04.

College Soccer

Williams men 2, Skidmore 0

WILLIAMSTOWN — Demian Gass scored the eventual winner in the sixth minute, and Andrew Mathew added the insurance tally in the second half for the Ephs (4-3-3).

Michael Davis made two saves to get the clean sheet. He is now 4-0-0 on the year when he starts for Williams.

Eli Petrik and Will Felitto set up Gass' opener.

MCLA men 3, Northern Vermont-Lyndon 0

NORTH ADAMS — Colin Rousseau, Garrett Derosia and Rafael Castro all found the back of the net as the Trailblazers (2-8-0) defended their home turf.

All three goals came in the second half, with Castro's goal in the 47th minute proving to be the winner.

Sam Edge made zero saves to get the clean sheet.

College Volleyball

MCLA 3, Sage 0

NORTH ADAMS — The Trailblazers (12-6) won by set scores of 27-25, 25-16 and 25-23.

Kelly Moczulski had 15 kills and 15 digs in the win. Natasha Stewart had 19 digs, Ahna Schlaefer had 13 digs and eight kills, while Tessa Sestito had 36 assists in the sweep.

College Field Hockey

Williams 5, Skidmore 0

WILLIAMSTOWN — Simone Veale scored twice, both on assists from Emily Batchelor, while Batchelor scored one herself as the Ephs (10-1) picked up another win.

Abby Lloyd made three saves in the shutout victory.

The win is the 10th straight for Williams, tying the program total for longest winning streak. The 2007 team also won 10 straight.

Monday Scores

Westfield Tech 2, McCann Tech boys 1

WESTFIELD — The Hornets (7-5-0) were on the wrong end of a few bounces in a narrow loss to Westfield Tech.

The hosts scored twice in the first half, then Nick LaForest hit a penalty kick in the second to cut the deficit in half.

Andrew Levesque made 11 saves.

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McCann     0     1     —     1

Westfield     2     0     —     2

First Half

WT — Adam Strycharz (Hall), 9:00. WT — Own Goal, 25:00.

Second Half

MT — Nick LaForest (penalty kick), 69:00.

Saves — MT: Andrew Levesque 11.

Westfield     2     0     —     2

First Half

WT — Adam Strycharz (Hall), 9:00. WT — Own Goal, 25:00.

Second Half

MT — Nick LaForest (penalty kick), 69:00.

Saves — MT: Andrew Levesque 11.

First Half

WT — Adam Strycharz (Hall), 9:00. WT — Own Goal, 25:00.

Second Half

MT — Nick LaForest (penalty kick), 69:00.

Saves — MT: Andrew Levesque 11.


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