Roundup: Mount Greylock, McCann Tech softball teams advance to Western Mass. D-III semifinals

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WILLIAMSTOWN — The Mount Greylock softball team pounced on Hopkins Academy for four second-inning runs and are headed to the Western Massachusetts D-III semifinals after a 12-7 victory over the Golden Hawks.

The fourth-seeded Mounties saw a strong effort from their offense, specifically Alyssa Phelps and Kamryn Sweet.

Phelps finished the afternoon 4 for 5 with three RBI and a run while Sweet was 3 for 4 and scored three times.

"They settled in and played good softball," coach June Blake said. "They did a great job at swinging the bat. We'll use the next few days to sure up the defense and hopefully the bats stay where they are."

Brodi Rosier, Sam Trybus, and Emma Newberry all had doubles for the Mounties.

Next up for Greylock is a match-up with top-seeded Turners Falls, which defeated Gateway Regional 16-2 on Sunday. The semifinal bout between Turners Falls and Mount Greylock is Wednesday at UMass. First pitch is scheduled for 3 p.m. at Sortino Field.

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Hopkins     000     040     3     —     7     10     3

Mount Greylock     041     232     x     —     12     13     3

Maegan Quinlan and Olivia Brighenti. Lily Lesieur and Brodi Rosier. W — Lesieur. L — Quinlan. 2B — MG 4 (Rosier, Sam Trybus, Kamryn Sweet, Emma Newberry). HR — H 1 (Allison Markowski).

McCann 17, Smith Vocational 0

NORTH ADAMS — The Hornets only needed five innings to clinch a spot in the Western Mass. D-III semifinals.

A six-run second inning followed by a nine-run fourth inning was more than enough for Meg Goyette, McCann's ace.

Goyette pitched all five innings and struck out 10 of 20 batters faced and allowed just three hits.

She helped herself with a 3 for 4 performance at the plate that included a RBI and a run. Sarah Fortini crushed a triple and knocked in two runs while Mya Daigneault, Hailey Miller and Ayrian Quinones all had multiple hits on the afternoon.

The win earned the third-seeded Hornets a spot in the semifinals against second-seeded Mount Everett. The Berkshire County battle is scheduled for 5 p.m. Wednesday at UMass.

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Smith Vocational     000     00     —     0     3     0

McCann Tech     260     9x     —     17     12     0

Ashley Schabacker and Karlie Petlock. Meg Goyette and Aubrey Tetlow. W — Goyette. L — Schabacker. 3B — MT 1 (Sarah Fortini)

Futures League

Pittsfield Suns 18, Worcester 6

WORCESTER — The Suns scored at least a run in the first five innings, capped by a nine-run fifth to beat the Bravehearts (4-4).

Pittsfield (6-4) started with a four-run first to grab command of the contest.

Mark Coley went 2 for 4 with three RBI and two runs scored as the leadoff batter for Pittsfield, while cleanup hitter Jackson Petersen went 3 for 5 with five RBI, three runs scored and a solo home run in the fourth inning.

Dom Hughes also went yard for Pittsfield, hitting a solo shot in the second as he went 1 for 4 with two RBI and two runs scored. Jack Cooney went 1 for 4 with three runs scored and Jeff Boggess finished 2 for 3 with three RBI and two runs scored.

Jake Kodros took the win, going five innings and striking out four on six hits, two runs and one walk. Jakob Barker took the loss, going just one inning and giving up three hits and four runs on two walks.

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Pittsfield     411     190     011     —     18     15     0

Worcester     200     000     220     —     6     11     2

Jake Kodros (5), Michael Portela (3), Milton Vrionis (1) and Andrew Fernandez. Jakob Barker (1), Alex Rosario (3), Travis Owens (1/3), James Flahive (2 2/3), Jake Hamel (1), Ethan Teixeira (1) and Ben Rice. W — Kodros. L — Barker. 2B — P (Mark Coley, Jackson Peterson, Andrew Fernandez), W (Mariano Ricciardi, Jack Gardner, Paul Coumoulos). 3B — W (Ricciardi). HR — P (Dom Hughes, Petersen). T — 3:20. A — 2,291.

NECBL

North Adams 5, Upper Valley 1

NORTH ADAMS — The SteepleCats have now won four-straight to start the 2019 season after a 5-1 win over the Upper Valley Nighthawks on Sunday.

Nicholas Payero earned the win by pitching five scoreless innings in relief for North Adams (4-0) while allowing just two hits and striking out five.

Right fielder Scout Knotts went 3 for 5 with a RBI and a run scored for the SteepleCats while Paul Komistek and Brian Picone finished with two hits each.

Anthony Quirion scored the lone run for Upper Valley (1-3) with a single in the top of the first inning.

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Upper Valley     100     000     000     —     1     4     1

North Adams     010     011     02x     —     5     11     0

William Carnley (4), Aaron Ernst (1), Devin Beckley (1), Aaron Haase (2), and Anthony Quirion. Mason Ronan (4), Nicholas Payero (5) and Sam Punzi. W — Payero. L — Ernst. 2B — NA 1 (Scout Knotts).

T — 2:58. A —358.

USL2 Soccer

Boston Bolts 2, Black Rock FC 1

NORTH ADAMS — Black Rock FC (4-3-0) dropped its second straight game, and third in four outings on Saturday at Shewcraft Field.

The visiting Bolts (3-3-1) got a pair of goals from Noam Kolakofsky in the win, with an assist each from Joseph Morrison and John Doran. Kolakofsky scored in both halves.

Komar Martinez-Paiz set up Ifunanyachi Achara for Black Rock FC's lone goal.

Samuel Clougher made one save in goal for Black Rock in the loss.

The team is back in action Saturday when Black Rock FC makes the trip over to New York to face the Westchester Flames.

Mount Greylock     041     232     x     —     12     13     3

Maegan Quinlan and Olivia Brighenti. Lily Lesieur and Brodi Rosier. W — Lesieur. L — Quinlan. 2B — MG 4 (Rosier, Sam Trybus, Kamryn Sweet, Emma Newberry). HR — H 1 (Allison Markowski).

McCann 17, Smith Vocational 0

NORTH ADAMS — The Hornets only needed five innings to clinch a spot in the Western Mass. D-III semifinals.

A six-run second inning followed by a nine-run fourth inning was more than enough for Meg Goyette, McCann's ace.

Goyette pitched all five innings and struck out 10 of 20 batters faced and allowed just three hits.

She helped herself with a 3 for 4 performance at the plate that included a RBI and a run. Sarah Fortini crushed a triple and knocked in two runs while Mya Daigneault, Hailey Miller and Ayrian Quinones all had multiple hits on the afternoon.

The win earned the third-seeded Hornets a spot in the semifinals against second-seeded Mount Everett. The Berkshire County battle is scheduled for 5 p.m. Wednesday at UMass.

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Smith Vocational     000     00     —     0     3     0

McCann Tech     260     9x     —     17     12     0

Ashley Schabacker and Karlie Petlock. Meg Goyette and Aubrey Tetlow. W — Goyette. L — Schabacker. 3B — MT 1 (Sarah Fortini)

Futures League

Pittsfield Suns 18, Worcester 6

WORCESTER — The Suns scored at least a run in the first five innings, capped by a nine-run fifth to beat the Bravehearts (4-4).

Pittsfield (6-4) started with a four-run first to grab command of the contest.

Mark Coley went 2 for 4 with three RBI and two runs scored as the leadoff batter for Pittsfield, while cleanup hitter Jackson Petersen went 3 for 5 with five RBI, three runs scored and a solo home run in the fourth inning.

Dom Hughes also went yard for Pittsfield, hitting a solo shot in the second as he went 1 for 4 with two RBI and two runs scored. Jack Cooney went 1 for 4 with three runs scored and Jeff Boggess finished 2 for 3 with three RBI and two runs scored.

Jake Kodros took the win, going five innings and striking out four on six hits, two runs and one walk. Jakob Barker took the loss, going just one inning and giving up three hits and four runs on two walks.

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Pittsfield     411     190     011     —     18     15     0

Worcester     200     000     220     —     6     11     2

Jake Kodros (5), Michael Portela (3), Milton Vrionis (1) and Andrew Fernandez. Jakob Barker (1), Alex Rosario (3), Travis Owens (1/3), James Flahive (2 2/3), Jake Hamel (1), Ethan Teixeira (1) and Ben Rice. W — Kodros. L — Barker. 2B — P (Mark Coley, Jackson Peterson, Andrew Fernandez), W (Mariano Ricciardi, Jack Gardner, Paul Coumoulos). 3B — W (Ricciardi). HR — P (Dom Hughes, Petersen). T — 3:20. A — 2,291.

NECBL

North Adams 5, Upper Valley 1

NORTH ADAMS — The SteepleCats have now won four-straight to start the 2019 season after a 5-1 win over the Upper Valley Nighthawks on Sunday.

Nicholas Payero earned the win by pitching five scoreless innings in relief for North Adams (4-0) while allowing just two hits and striking out five.

Right fielder Scout Knotts went 3 for 5 with a RBI and a run scored for the SteepleCats while Paul Komistek and Brian Picone finished with two hits each.

Anthony Quirion scored the lone run for Upper Valley (1-3) with a single in the top of the first inning.

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Upper Valley     100     000     000     —     1     4     1

North Adams     010     011     02x     —     5     11     0

William Carnley (4), Aaron Ernst (1), Devin Beckley (1), Aaron Haase (2), and Anthony Quirion. Mason Ronan (4), Nicholas Payero (5) and Sam Punzi. W — Payero. L — Ernst. 2B — NA 1 (Scout Knotts).

T — 2:58. A —358.

USL2 Soccer

Boston Bolts 2, Black Rock FC 1

NORTH ADAMS — Black Rock FC (4-3-0) dropped its second straight game, and third in four outings on Saturday at Shewcraft Field.

The visiting Bolts (3-3-1) got a pair of goals from Noam Kolakofsky in the win, with an assist each from Joseph Morrison and John Doran. Kolakofsky scored in both halves.

Komar Martinez-Paiz set up Ifunanyachi Achara for Black Rock FC's lone goal.

Samuel Clougher made one save in goal for Black Rock in the loss.

The team is back in action Saturday when Black Rock FC makes the trip over to New York to face the Westchester Flames.

Maegan Quinlan and Olivia Brighenti. Lily Lesieur and Brodi Rosier. W — Lesieur. L — Quinlan. 2B — MG 4 (Rosier, Sam Trybus, Kamryn Sweet, Emma Newberry). HR — H 1 (Allison Markowski).

McCann 17, Smith Vocational 0

NORTH ADAMS — The Hornets only needed five innings to clinch a spot in the Western Mass. D-III semifinals.

A six-run second inning followed by a nine-run fourth inning was more than enough for Meg Goyette, McCann's ace.

Goyette pitched all five innings and struck out 10 of 20 batters faced and allowed just three hits.

She helped herself with a 3 for 4 performance at the plate that included a RBI and a run. Sarah Fortini crushed a triple and knocked in two runs while Mya Daigneault, Hailey Miller and Ayrian Quinones all had multiple hits on the afternoon.

The win earned the third-seeded Hornets a spot in the semifinals against second-seeded Mount Everett. The Berkshire County battle is scheduled for 5 p.m. Wednesday at UMass.

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Smith Vocational     000     00     —     0     3     0

McCann Tech     260     9x     —     17     12     0

Ashley Schabacker and Karlie Petlock. Meg Goyette and Aubrey Tetlow. W — Goyette. L — Schabacker. 3B — MT 1 (Sarah Fortini)

Futures League

Pittsfield Suns 18, Worcester 6

WORCESTER — The Suns scored at least a run in the first five innings, capped by a nine-run fifth to beat the Bravehearts (4-4).

Pittsfield (6-4) started with a four-run first to grab command of the contest.

Mark Coley went 2 for 4 with three RBI and two runs scored as the leadoff batter for Pittsfield, while cleanup hitter Jackson Petersen went 3 for 5 with five RBI, three runs scored and a solo home run in the fourth inning.

Dom Hughes also went yard for Pittsfield, hitting a solo shot in the second as he went 1 for 4 with two RBI and two runs scored. Jack Cooney went 1 for 4 with three runs scored and Jeff Boggess finished 2 for 3 with three RBI and two runs scored.

Jake Kodros took the win, going five innings and striking out four on six hits, two runs and one walk. Jakob Barker took the loss, going just one inning and giving up three hits and four runs on two walks.

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Pittsfield     411     190     011     —     18     15     0

Worcester     200     000     220     —     6     11     2

Jake Kodros (5), Michael Portela (3), Milton Vrionis (1) and Andrew Fernandez. Jakob Barker (1), Alex Rosario (3), Travis Owens (1/3), James Flahive (2 2/3), Jake Hamel (1), Ethan Teixeira (1) and Ben Rice. W — Kodros. L — Barker. 2B — P (Mark Coley, Jackson Peterson, Andrew Fernandez), W (Mariano Ricciardi, Jack Gardner, Paul Coumoulos). 3B — W (Ricciardi). HR — P (Dom Hughes, Petersen). T — 3:20. A — 2,291.

NECBL

North Adams 5, Upper Valley 1

NORTH ADAMS — The SteepleCats have now won four-straight to start the 2019 season after a 5-1 win over the Upper Valley Nighthawks on Sunday.

Nicholas Payero earned the win by pitching five scoreless innings in relief for North Adams (4-0) while allowing just two hits and striking out five.

Right fielder Scout Knotts went 3 for 5 with a RBI and a run scored for the SteepleCats while Paul Komistek and Brian Picone finished with two hits each.

Anthony Quirion scored the lone run for Upper Valley (1-3) with a single in the top of the first inning.

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Upper Valley     100     000     000     —     1     4     1

North Adams     010     011     02x     —     5     11     0

William Carnley (4), Aaron Ernst (1), Devin Beckley (1), Aaron Haase (2), and Anthony Quirion. Mason Ronan (4), Nicholas Payero (5) and Sam Punzi. W — Payero. L — Ernst. 2B — NA 1 (Scout Knotts).

T — 2:58. A —358.

USL2 Soccer

Boston Bolts 2, Black Rock FC 1

NORTH ADAMS — Black Rock FC (4-3-0) dropped its second straight game, and third in four outings on Saturday at Shewcraft Field.

The visiting Bolts (3-3-1) got a pair of goals from Noam Kolakofsky in the win, with an assist each from Joseph Morrison and John Doran. Kolakofsky scored in both halves.

Komar Martinez-Paiz set up Ifunanyachi Achara for Black Rock FC's lone goal.

Samuel Clougher made one save in goal for Black Rock in the loss.

The team is back in action Saturday when Black Rock FC makes the trip over to New York to face the Westchester Flames.

McCann Tech     260     9x     —     17     12     0

Ashley Schabacker and Karlie Petlock. Meg Goyette and Aubrey Tetlow. W — Goyette. L — Schabacker. 3B — MT 1 (Sarah Fortini)

Futures League

Pittsfield Suns 18, Worcester 6

WORCESTER — The Suns scored at least a run in the first five innings, capped by a nine-run fifth to beat the Bravehearts (4-4).

Pittsfield (6-4) started with a four-run first to grab command of the contest.

Mark Coley went 2 for 4 with three RBI and two runs scored as the leadoff batter for Pittsfield, while cleanup hitter Jackson Petersen went 3 for 5 with five RBI, three runs scored and a solo home run in the fourth inning.

Dom Hughes also went yard for Pittsfield, hitting a solo shot in the second as he went 1 for 4 with two RBI and two runs scored. Jack Cooney went 1 for 4 with three runs scored and Jeff Boggess finished 2 for 3 with three RBI and two runs scored.

Jake Kodros took the win, going five innings and striking out four on six hits, two runs and one walk. Jakob Barker took the loss, going just one inning and giving up three hits and four runs on two walks.

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Pittsfield     411     190     011     —     18     15     0

Worcester     200     000     220     —     6     11     2

Jake Kodros (5), Michael Portela (3), Milton Vrionis (1) and Andrew Fernandez. Jakob Barker (1), Alex Rosario (3), Travis Owens (1/3), James Flahive (2 2/3), Jake Hamel (1), Ethan Teixeira (1) and Ben Rice. W — Kodros. L — Barker. 2B — P (Mark Coley, Jackson Peterson, Andrew Fernandez), W (Mariano Ricciardi, Jack Gardner, Paul Coumoulos). 3B — W (Ricciardi). HR — P (Dom Hughes, Petersen). T — 3:20. A — 2,291.

NECBL

North Adams 5, Upper Valley 1

NORTH ADAMS — The SteepleCats have now won four-straight to start the 2019 season after a 5-1 win over the Upper Valley Nighthawks on Sunday.

Nicholas Payero earned the win by pitching five scoreless innings in relief for North Adams (4-0) while allowing just two hits and striking out five.

Right fielder Scout Knotts went 3 for 5 with a RBI and a run scored for the SteepleCats while Paul Komistek and Brian Picone finished with two hits each.

Anthony Quirion scored the lone run for Upper Valley (1-3) with a single in the top of the first inning.

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Upper Valley     100     000     000     —     1     4     1

North Adams     010     011     02x     —     5     11     0

William Carnley (4), Aaron Ernst (1), Devin Beckley (1), Aaron Haase (2), and Anthony Quirion. Mason Ronan (4), Nicholas Payero (5) and Sam Punzi. W — Payero. L — Ernst. 2B — NA 1 (Scout Knotts).

T — 2:58. A —358.

USL2 Soccer

Boston Bolts 2, Black Rock FC 1

NORTH ADAMS — Black Rock FC (4-3-0) dropped its second straight game, and third in four outings on Saturday at Shewcraft Field.

The visiting Bolts (3-3-1) got a pair of goals from Noam Kolakofsky in the win, with an assist each from Joseph Morrison and John Doran. Kolakofsky scored in both halves.

Komar Martinez-Paiz set up Ifunanyachi Achara for Black Rock FC's lone goal.

Samuel Clougher made one save in goal for Black Rock in the loss.

The team is back in action Saturday when Black Rock FC makes the trip over to New York to face the Westchester Flames.

Ashley Schabacker and Karlie Petlock. Meg Goyette and Aubrey Tetlow. W — Goyette. L — Schabacker. 3B — MT 1 (Sarah Fortini)

Futures League

Pittsfield Suns 18, Worcester 6

WORCESTER — The Suns scored at least a run in the first five innings, capped by a nine-run fifth to beat the Bravehearts (4-4).

Pittsfield (6-4) started with a four-run first to grab command of the contest.

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Mark Coley went 2 for 4 with three RBI and two runs scored as the leadoff batter for Pittsfield, while cleanup hitter Jackson Petersen went 3 for 5 with five RBI, three runs scored and a solo home run in the fourth inning.

Dom Hughes also went yard for Pittsfield, hitting a solo shot in the second as he went 1 for 4 with two RBI and two runs scored. Jack Cooney went 1 for 4 with three runs scored and Jeff Boggess finished 2 for 3 with three RBI and two runs scored.

Jake Kodros took the win, going five innings and striking out four on six hits, two runs and one walk. Jakob Barker took the loss, going just one inning and giving up three hits and four runs on two walks.

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Pittsfield     411     190     011     —     18     15     0

Worcester     200     000     220     —     6     11     2

Jake Kodros (5), Michael Portela (3), Milton Vrionis (1) and Andrew Fernandez. Jakob Barker (1), Alex Rosario (3), Travis Owens (1/3), James Flahive (2 2/3), Jake Hamel (1), Ethan Teixeira (1) and Ben Rice. W — Kodros. L — Barker. 2B — P (Mark Coley, Jackson Peterson, Andrew Fernandez), W (Mariano Ricciardi, Jack Gardner, Paul Coumoulos). 3B — W (Ricciardi). HR — P (Dom Hughes, Petersen). T — 3:20. A — 2,291.

NECBL

North Adams 5, Upper Valley 1

NORTH ADAMS — The SteepleCats have now won four-straight to start the 2019 season after a 5-1 win over the Upper Valley Nighthawks on Sunday.

Nicholas Payero earned the win by pitching five scoreless innings in relief for North Adams (4-0) while allowing just two hits and striking out five.

Right fielder Scout Knotts went 3 for 5 with a RBI and a run scored for the SteepleCats while Paul Komistek and Brian Picone finished with two hits each.

Anthony Quirion scored the lone run for Upper Valley (1-3) with a single in the top of the first inning.

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Upper Valley     100     000     000     —     1     4     1

North Adams     010     011     02x     —     5     11     0

William Carnley (4), Aaron Ernst (1), Devin Beckley (1), Aaron Haase (2), and Anthony Quirion. Mason Ronan (4), Nicholas Payero (5) and Sam Punzi. W — Payero. L — Ernst. 2B — NA 1 (Scout Knotts).

T — 2:58. A —358.

USL2 Soccer

Boston Bolts 2, Black Rock FC 1

NORTH ADAMS — Black Rock FC (4-3-0) dropped its second straight game, and third in four outings on Saturday at Shewcraft Field.

The visiting Bolts (3-3-1) got a pair of goals from Noam Kolakofsky in the win, with an assist each from Joseph Morrison and John Doran. Kolakofsky scored in both halves.

Komar Martinez-Paiz set up Ifunanyachi Achara for Black Rock FC's lone goal.

Samuel Clougher made one save in goal for Black Rock in the loss.

The team is back in action Saturday when Black Rock FC makes the trip over to New York to face the Westchester Flames.

Worcester     200     000     220     —     6     11     2

Jake Kodros (5), Michael Portela (3), Milton Vrionis (1) and Andrew Fernandez. Jakob Barker (1), Alex Rosario (3), Travis Owens (1/3), James Flahive (2 2/3), Jake Hamel (1), Ethan Teixeira (1) and Ben Rice. W — Kodros. L — Barker. 2B — P (Mark Coley, Jackson Peterson, Andrew Fernandez), W (Mariano Ricciardi, Jack Gardner, Paul Coumoulos). 3B — W (Ricciardi). HR — P (Dom Hughes, Petersen). T — 3:20. A — 2,291.

NECBL

North Adams 5, Upper Valley 1

NORTH ADAMS — The SteepleCats have now won four-straight to start the 2019 season after a 5-1 win over the Upper Valley Nighthawks on Sunday.

Nicholas Payero earned the win by pitching five scoreless innings in relief for North Adams (4-0) while allowing just two hits and striking out five.

Right fielder Scout Knotts went 3 for 5 with a RBI and a run scored for the SteepleCats while Paul Komistek and Brian Picone finished with two hits each.

Anthony Quirion scored the lone run for Upper Valley (1-3) with a single in the top of the first inning.

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Upper Valley     100     000     000     —     1     4     1

North Adams     010     011     02x     —     5     11     0

William Carnley (4), Aaron Ernst (1), Devin Beckley (1), Aaron Haase (2), and Anthony Quirion. Mason Ronan (4), Nicholas Payero (5) and Sam Punzi. W — Payero. L — Ernst. 2B — NA 1 (Scout Knotts).

T — 2:58. A —358.

USL2 Soccer

Boston Bolts 2, Black Rock FC 1

NORTH ADAMS — Black Rock FC (4-3-0) dropped its second straight game, and third in four outings on Saturday at Shewcraft Field.

The visiting Bolts (3-3-1) got a pair of goals from Noam Kolakofsky in the win, with an assist each from Joseph Morrison and John Doran. Kolakofsky scored in both halves.

Komar Martinez-Paiz set up Ifunanyachi Achara for Black Rock FC's lone goal.

Samuel Clougher made one save in goal for Black Rock in the loss.

The team is back in action Saturday when Black Rock FC makes the trip over to New York to face the Westchester Flames.

Jake Kodros (5), Michael Portela (3), Milton Vrionis (1) and Andrew Fernandez. Jakob Barker (1), Alex Rosario (3), Travis Owens (1/3), James Flahive (2 2/3), Jake Hamel (1), Ethan Teixeira (1) and Ben Rice. W — Kodros. L — Barker. 2B — P (Mark Coley, Jackson Peterson, Andrew Fernandez), W (Mariano Ricciardi, Jack Gardner, Paul Coumoulos). 3B — W (Ricciardi). HR — P (Dom Hughes, Petersen). T — 3:20. A — 2,291.

NECBL

North Adams 5, Upper Valley 1

NORTH ADAMS — The SteepleCats have now won four-straight to start the 2019 season after a 5-1 win over the Upper Valley Nighthawks on Sunday.

Nicholas Payero earned the win by pitching five scoreless innings in relief for North Adams (4-0) while allowing just two hits and striking out five.

Right fielder Scout Knotts went 3 for 5 with a RBI and a run scored for the SteepleCats while Paul Komistek and Brian Picone finished with two hits each.

Anthony Quirion scored the lone run for Upper Valley (1-3) with a single in the top of the first inning.

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Upper Valley     100     000     000     —     1     4     1

North Adams     010     011     02x     —     5     11     0

William Carnley (4), Aaron Ernst (1), Devin Beckley (1), Aaron Haase (2), and Anthony Quirion. Mason Ronan (4), Nicholas Payero (5) and Sam Punzi. W — Payero. L — Ernst. 2B — NA 1 (Scout Knotts).

T — 2:58. A —358.

USL2 Soccer

Boston Bolts 2, Black Rock FC 1

NORTH ADAMS — Black Rock FC (4-3-0) dropped its second straight game, and third in four outings on Saturday at Shewcraft Field.

The visiting Bolts (3-3-1) got a pair of goals from Noam Kolakofsky in the win, with an assist each from Joseph Morrison and John Doran. Kolakofsky scored in both halves.

Komar Martinez-Paiz set up Ifunanyachi Achara for Black Rock FC's lone goal.

Samuel Clougher made one save in goal for Black Rock in the loss.

The team is back in action Saturday when Black Rock FC makes the trip over to New York to face the Westchester Flames.

North Adams     010     011     02x     —     5     11     0

William Carnley (4), Aaron Ernst (1), Devin Beckley (1), Aaron Haase (2), and Anthony Quirion. Mason Ronan (4), Nicholas Payero (5) and Sam Punzi. W — Payero. L — Ernst. 2B — NA 1 (Scout Knotts).

T — 2:58. A —358.

USL2 Soccer

Boston Bolts 2, Black Rock FC 1

NORTH ADAMS — Black Rock FC (4-3-0) dropped its second straight game, and third in four outings on Saturday at Shewcraft Field.

The visiting Bolts (3-3-1) got a pair of goals from Noam Kolakofsky in the win, with an assist each from Joseph Morrison and John Doran. Kolakofsky scored in both halves.

Komar Martinez-Paiz set up Ifunanyachi Achara for Black Rock FC's lone goal.

Samuel Clougher made one save in goal for Black Rock in the loss.

The team is back in action Saturday when Black Rock FC makes the trip over to New York to face the Westchester Flames.

William Carnley (4), Aaron Ernst (1), Devin Beckley (1), Aaron Haase (2), and Anthony Quirion. Mason Ronan (4), Nicholas Payero (5) and Sam Punzi. W — Payero. L — Ernst. 2B — NA 1 (Scout Knotts).

T — 2:58. A —358.

USL2 Soccer

Boston Bolts 2, Black Rock FC 1

NORTH ADAMS — Black Rock FC (4-3-0) dropped its second straight game, and third in four outings on Saturday at Shewcraft Field.

The visiting Bolts (3-3-1) got a pair of goals from Noam Kolakofsky in the win, with an assist each from Joseph Morrison and John Doran. Kolakofsky scored in both halves.

Komar Martinez-Paiz set up Ifunanyachi Achara for Black Rock FC's lone goal.

Samuel Clougher made one save in goal for Black Rock in the loss.

The team is back in action Saturday when Black Rock FC makes the trip over to New York to face the Westchester Flames.


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