Roundup: Pittsfield boys dish often in 1st lacrosse win

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Castleton-on-Hudson, N.Y. — Pittsfield got in the win column during a road trip across state lines, besting Maple Hill 15-4.

The Generals (1-2-1) got six goals from Jacob Brazeau, and well-balanced efforts from Jake LaBelle and Seamus Hayes to power through.

LaBelle scored one of his three goals just 15 seconds into play on a helper from Hayes. Maple Hill tied it up not long after, but the Generals then reeled off a 5-0 run to close the opening frame.

"Jacob had a good shooting day, found his spots well," said PHS coach Scott Aitken. "We moved the ball well, which led to a lot of assists, and we won the ground ball battle, which let us control the game."

Of Pittsfield's 15 goals, 12 were assisted on. Hayes posted a four-goal, four-assist day, while LaBelle went for three and three.

In net, Cody Houghtaling turned away eight tries.

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Pittsfield     6     5     5     0     —     15

Maple Hill     1     2     0     1     —     4

Goals — P: Jacob Brazeau 6, Seamus Hayes 4, Jake LaBelle 3, Shawn O'Shea 2; MH: Jack Smith 2, Nolan White, Ty Richards.

Assists — P: Hayes 4, LaBelle 3, James Kastrinzkis 2, O'Shea, Mueller, Billy Ellis.

Saves — P: Cody Houghtaling 8.

Fairfield Ludlowe 20, Mount Greylock 6

WILLIAMSTOWN — Visiting Fairfield Ludlowe of Connecticut jumped out to a 4-0 lead on Mount Greylock, before Michal Wellspeak connected with Taylor Cummings for a Mountie strike.

That only stemmed the tide for so long, though, as Greylock (2-4) fell behind 9-2 before the second quarter on Saturday.

The Falcons posted 16 first-half goals. Aiden Wycoff had a six-point afternoon.

For Greylock, Mac Waynick and Nick Belouin scored two goals a piece.

———

Fairfield     9     7     4     0     —     20

Greylock     2     1     1     2     —     6

Goals — FL: Oliver Lay 4, Aiden Wycoff 3, Jake Frat 3, Anders Kleinbeck 2, Jeff Myers 2, Cooper Carr 2, Charlie Goodrich, Brendan Larson, Matt Kelleher; MG: Mac Waynick 2, Nick Belouin 2, Taylor Cummings, Michael Wellspeak.

Assists — FL: Wycoff 3, Kleinbeck 2, Goodrich 2, Larson 2, Frat, Lay, Carr, Colin McCarthy; MG: Cummings, Wellspeak, Waynick, Max McAlister.

Saves — FL: Oscar Madzio 4, Michael Graney 4; MG: Cole Filson 7.

Baseball

Wahconah 5, Hoosac Valley 3

DALTON — The second game of the Wahconah tournament featured a Berkshire County showdown between the Warriors and Hurricanes.

Tanner Hill knocked in Wahconah's first run in the third inning and Zak Bernardo followed it up in the fourth inning with another RBI singe.

Hoosac Valley (0-1) had an answer in the top of the fifth as John Krol launched a 3-run home run over the left field wall to give the Hurricanes a 3-2 lead.

Caden Frazier and Chad Howes helped the Warriors (3-0) gain the lead for good with big hits in a 3-run fifth inning for Wahconah.

———

Hoosac     000     030     0     —     3     4     2

Wahconah     001     130     x     —     5     6     1

Henry Sniezek 4 1/3, John Krol 1 2/3 and Zack Swistak. Tanner Hill 4 1/3, Caden Frazier 2 2/3 and Joe Woronick. W — Frazier. L — Sniezek. 2B — W: Frazier, Howes. HR — HV: 1(Krol.)

Monument Mountain 10, Monson 1

DALTON — The Spartans started their 2019 campaign with a win in the first game of the Wahconah Tournament.

Kade Gruber went 3 for 4 from the leadoff spot and scored three runs in the win. Kyle Gochey also went 3 for 4 in the 2 spot and pitched the seventh inning for the Spartans.

Sam Cormier got the nod for Monument (1-1) and pitched six scoreless innings in the win.

———

Monument     001     303     3     —     10     11     2

Monson     000     000     1     —     1     6     1

Giestur and Sentue. Sam Cormier (6), Kyle Gochey (1) and Max Joyner. WP — Cormier. LP — Giestur.

2B — M: Hetspeth.

Softball

Mount Greylock 13, Lenox 1

LENOX — Lily Lesieur delivered a two-hitter for the Mounties on Saturday, powering through the Lenox batting order for 10 strikeouts over six innings.

Mount Greylock provided all the offense she would need in the opening innings, going in front 8-1 through three.

Brodi Rosier got the scoring started with a sacrifice fly in the first inning, before Lesieur tripled and came home. Marley Buffis then had a RBI single to make it 3-0. Jordyn Codding had a RBI single in the second. Rosier doubled home Codding and Anna Welch in the fifth and Kamryn Sweet had a RBI single in the sixth.

For Lenox, Claire Lynch reached on a walk and came home on a Anja Doherty bunt in the third. Camryn O'Dell and Juliana Johansen had singles for the hosts.

———

Greylock     332     023     x     —     13     10     1

Lenox     001     000     x     —     1     2     2

Juliana Johansen (3), Maddie Barenski (3) and Paige DiGrigoli. Lily Lesieur and Brodi Rosier. W — Lesieur. L — Johansen. 2B — MG: 2 (Rosier, Marley Buffis). 3B — MG: (Lesieur).

Friday's Boys Lacrosse

Brattleboro 9, McCann Tech 2

NORTH ADAMS — A shorthanded McCann Tech crew couldn't create much offense in a loss to Brattleboro on Friday.

The visitors built up a 3-0 halftime lead, and the Hornets (4-3) couldn't get the ball by goalie Dylan Carrasguilla (eight saves).

"Our depth was tested tonight. We gave it everything we had, but in the end we didn't take care of the ball, took too many penalties, and really only tested the Brattleboro goalie a few times," said McCann coach Paul Lange. "I was very pleased with our effort and how we are improving on the defensive side of the ball."

Lange noted strong play by Darius Tovani, Evan Knapp, Zavier Martin-Levesque and Jason Knapp. Colby Ghidotti led the attack, while Tadan Bolte, Justin Horn, Tyler Pettit and Lane Hughes were solid along the back line.

———

Brattleboro     2     1     3     3     —     9

McCann     0     0     1     1     —     2

Goals — B: Ryan Tyler 5, Austin Wood 2, Isaiah Clark, Eliott Bauer; MT:           Colby Ghidotti, Zavier Martin-Levesque.

Assists — B: Tanner Edson.

Saves — B: Dylan Carrasguilla 8; MT: Keegan Dellaghelfa 5, Rylie Fortini 3.

Maple Hill     1     2     0     1     —     4

Goals — P: Jacob Brazeau 6, Seamus Hayes 4, Jake LaBelle 3, Shawn O'Shea 2; MH: Jack Smith 2, Nolan White, Ty Richards.

Assists — P: Hayes 4, LaBelle 3, James Kastrinzkis 2, O'Shea, Mueller, Billy Ellis.

Saves — P: Cody Houghtaling 8.

Fairfield Ludlowe 20, Mount Greylock 6

WILLIAMSTOWN — Visiting Fairfield Ludlowe of Connecticut jumped out to a 4-0 lead on Mount Greylock, before Michal Wellspeak connected with Taylor Cummings for a Mountie strike.

That only stemmed the tide for so long, though, as Greylock (2-4) fell behind 9-2 before the second quarter on Saturday.

The Falcons posted 16 first-half goals. Aiden Wycoff had a six-point afternoon.

For Greylock, Mac Waynick and Nick Belouin scored two goals a piece.

———

Fairfield     9     7     4     0     —     20

Greylock     2     1     1     2     —     6

Goals — FL: Oliver Lay 4, Aiden Wycoff 3, Jake Frat 3, Anders Kleinbeck 2, Jeff Myers 2, Cooper Carr 2, Charlie Goodrich, Brendan Larson, Matt Kelleher; MG: Mac Waynick 2, Nick Belouin 2, Taylor Cummings, Michael Wellspeak.

Assists — FL: Wycoff 3, Kleinbeck 2, Goodrich 2, Larson 2, Frat, Lay, Carr, Colin McCarthy; MG: Cummings, Wellspeak, Waynick, Max McAlister.

Saves — FL: Oscar Madzio 4, Michael Graney 4; MG: Cole Filson 7.

Baseball

Wahconah 5, Hoosac Valley 3

DALTON — The second game of the Wahconah tournament featured a Berkshire County showdown between the Warriors and Hurricanes.

Tanner Hill knocked in Wahconah's first run in the third inning and Zak Bernardo followed it up in the fourth inning with another RBI singe.

Hoosac Valley (0-1) had an answer in the top of the fifth as John Krol launched a 3-run home run over the left field wall to give the Hurricanes a 3-2 lead.

Caden Frazier and Chad Howes helped the Warriors (3-0) gain the lead for good with big hits in a 3-run fifth inning for Wahconah.

———

Hoosac     000     030     0     —     3     4     2

Wahconah     001     130     x     —     5     6     1

Henry Sniezek 4 1/3, John Krol 1 2/3 and Zack Swistak. Tanner Hill 4 1/3, Caden Frazier 2 2/3 and Joe Woronick. W — Frazier. L — Sniezek. 2B — W: Frazier, Howes. HR — HV: 1(Krol.)

Monument Mountain 10, Monson 1

DALTON — The Spartans started their 2019 campaign with a win in the first game of the Wahconah Tournament.

Kade Gruber went 3 for 4 from the leadoff spot and scored three runs in the win. Kyle Gochey also went 3 for 4 in the 2 spot and pitched the seventh inning for the Spartans.

Sam Cormier got the nod for Monument (1-1) and pitched six scoreless innings in the win.

———

Monument     001     303     3     —     10     11     2

Monson     000     000     1     —     1     6     1

Giestur and Sentue. Sam Cormier (6), Kyle Gochey (1) and Max Joyner. WP — Cormier. LP — Giestur.

2B — M: Hetspeth.

Softball

Mount Greylock 13, Lenox 1

LENOX — Lily Lesieur delivered a two-hitter for the Mounties on Saturday, powering through the Lenox batting order for 10 strikeouts over six innings.

Mount Greylock provided all the offense she would need in the opening innings, going in front 8-1 through three.

Brodi Rosier got the scoring started with a sacrifice fly in the first inning, before Lesieur tripled and came home. Marley Buffis then had a RBI single to make it 3-0. Jordyn Codding had a RBI single in the second. Rosier doubled home Codding and Anna Welch in the fifth and Kamryn Sweet had a RBI single in the sixth.

For Lenox, Claire Lynch reached on a walk and came home on a Anja Doherty bunt in the third. Camryn O'Dell and Juliana Johansen had singles for the hosts.

———

Greylock     332     023     x     —     13     10     1

Lenox     001     000     x     —     1     2     2

Juliana Johansen (3), Maddie Barenski (3) and Paige DiGrigoli. Lily Lesieur and Brodi Rosier. W — Lesieur. L — Johansen. 2B — MG: 2 (Rosier, Marley Buffis). 3B — MG: (Lesieur).

Friday's Boys Lacrosse

Brattleboro 9, McCann Tech 2

NORTH ADAMS — A shorthanded McCann Tech crew couldn't create much offense in a loss to Brattleboro on Friday.

The visitors built up a 3-0 halftime lead, and the Hornets (4-3) couldn't get the ball by goalie Dylan Carrasguilla (eight saves).

"Our depth was tested tonight. We gave it everything we had, but in the end we didn't take care of the ball, took too many penalties, and really only tested the Brattleboro goalie a few times," said McCann coach Paul Lange. "I was very pleased with our effort and how we are improving on the defensive side of the ball."

Lange noted strong play by Darius Tovani, Evan Knapp, Zavier Martin-Levesque and Jason Knapp. Colby Ghidotti led the attack, while Tadan Bolte, Justin Horn, Tyler Pettit and Lane Hughes were solid along the back line.

———

Brattleboro     2     1     3     3     —     9

McCann     0     0     1     1     —     2

Goals — B: Ryan Tyler 5, Austin Wood 2, Isaiah Clark, Eliott Bauer; MT:           Colby Ghidotti, Zavier Martin-Levesque.

Assists — B: Tanner Edson.

Saves — B: Dylan Carrasguilla 8; MT: Keegan Dellaghelfa 5, Rylie Fortini 3.

Goals — P: Jacob Brazeau 6, Seamus Hayes 4, Jake LaBelle 3, Shawn O'Shea 2; MH: Jack Smith 2, Nolan White, Ty Richards.

Assists — P: Hayes 4, LaBelle 3, James Kastrinzkis 2, O'Shea, Mueller, Billy Ellis.

Saves — P: Cody Houghtaling 8.

Fairfield Ludlowe 20, Mount Greylock 6

WILLIAMSTOWN — Visiting Fairfield Ludlowe of Connecticut jumped out to a 4-0 lead on Mount Greylock, before Michal Wellspeak connected with Taylor Cummings for a Mountie strike.

That only stemmed the tide for so long, though, as Greylock (2-4) fell behind 9-2 before the second quarter on Saturday.

The Falcons posted 16 first-half goals. Aiden Wycoff had a six-point afternoon.

For Greylock, Mac Waynick and Nick Belouin scored two goals a piece.

———

Fairfield     9     7     4     0     —     20

Greylock     2     1     1     2     —     6

Goals — FL: Oliver Lay 4, Aiden Wycoff 3, Jake Frat 3, Anders Kleinbeck 2, Jeff Myers 2, Cooper Carr 2, Charlie Goodrich, Brendan Larson, Matt Kelleher; MG: Mac Waynick 2, Nick Belouin 2, Taylor Cummings, Michael Wellspeak.

Assists — FL: Wycoff 3, Kleinbeck 2, Goodrich 2, Larson 2, Frat, Lay, Carr, Colin McCarthy; MG: Cummings, Wellspeak, Waynick, Max McAlister.

Saves — FL: Oscar Madzio 4, Michael Graney 4; MG: Cole Filson 7.

Baseball

Wahconah 5, Hoosac Valley 3

DALTON — The second game of the Wahconah tournament featured a Berkshire County showdown between the Warriors and Hurricanes.

Tanner Hill knocked in Wahconah's first run in the third inning and Zak Bernardo followed it up in the fourth inning with another RBI singe.

Hoosac Valley (0-1) had an answer in the top of the fifth as John Krol launched a 3-run home run over the left field wall to give the Hurricanes a 3-2 lead.

Caden Frazier and Chad Howes helped the Warriors (3-0) gain the lead for good with big hits in a 3-run fifth inning for Wahconah.

———

Hoosac     000     030     0     —     3     4     2

Wahconah     001     130     x     —     5     6     1

Henry Sniezek 4 1/3, John Krol 1 2/3 and Zack Swistak. Tanner Hill 4 1/3, Caden Frazier 2 2/3 and Joe Woronick. W — Frazier. L — Sniezek. 2B — W: Frazier, Howes. HR — HV: 1(Krol.)

Monument Mountain 10, Monson 1

DALTON — The Spartans started their 2019 campaign with a win in the first game of the Wahconah Tournament.

Kade Gruber went 3 for 4 from the leadoff spot and scored three runs in the win. Kyle Gochey also went 3 for 4 in the 2 spot and pitched the seventh inning for the Spartans.

Sam Cormier got the nod for Monument (1-1) and pitched six scoreless innings in the win.

———

Monument     001     303     3     —     10     11     2

Monson     000     000     1     —     1     6     1

Giestur and Sentue. Sam Cormier (6), Kyle Gochey (1) and Max Joyner. WP — Cormier. LP — Giestur.

2B — M: Hetspeth.

Softball

Mount Greylock 13, Lenox 1

LENOX — Lily Lesieur delivered a two-hitter for the Mounties on Saturday, powering through the Lenox batting order for 10 strikeouts over six innings.

Mount Greylock provided all the offense she would need in the opening innings, going in front 8-1 through three.

Brodi Rosier got the scoring started with a sacrifice fly in the first inning, before Lesieur tripled and came home. Marley Buffis then had a RBI single to make it 3-0. Jordyn Codding had a RBI single in the second. Rosier doubled home Codding and Anna Welch in the fifth and Kamryn Sweet had a RBI single in the sixth.

For Lenox, Claire Lynch reached on a walk and came home on a Anja Doherty bunt in the third. Camryn O'Dell and Juliana Johansen had singles for the hosts.

———

Greylock     332     023     x     —     13     10     1

Lenox     001     000     x     —     1     2     2

Juliana Johansen (3), Maddie Barenski (3) and Paige DiGrigoli. Lily Lesieur and Brodi Rosier. W — Lesieur. L — Johansen. 2B — MG: 2 (Rosier, Marley Buffis). 3B — MG: (Lesieur).

Friday's Boys Lacrosse

Brattleboro 9, McCann Tech 2

NORTH ADAMS — A shorthanded McCann Tech crew couldn't create much offense in a loss to Brattleboro on Friday.

The visitors built up a 3-0 halftime lead, and the Hornets (4-3) couldn't get the ball by goalie Dylan Carrasguilla (eight saves).

"Our depth was tested tonight. We gave it everything we had, but in the end we didn't take care of the ball, took too many penalties, and really only tested the Brattleboro goalie a few times," said McCann coach Paul Lange. "I was very pleased with our effort and how we are improving on the defensive side of the ball."

Lange noted strong play by Darius Tovani, Evan Knapp, Zavier Martin-Levesque and Jason Knapp. Colby Ghidotti led the attack, while Tadan Bolte, Justin Horn, Tyler Pettit and Lane Hughes were solid along the back line.

———

Brattleboro     2     1     3     3     —     9

McCann     0     0     1     1     —     2

Goals — B: Ryan Tyler 5, Austin Wood 2, Isaiah Clark, Eliott Bauer; MT:           Colby Ghidotti, Zavier Martin-Levesque.

Assists — B: Tanner Edson.

Saves — B: Dylan Carrasguilla 8; MT: Keegan Dellaghelfa 5, Rylie Fortini 3.

Greylock     2     1     1     2     —     6

Goals — FL: Oliver Lay 4, Aiden Wycoff 3, Jake Frat 3, Anders Kleinbeck 2, Jeff Myers 2, Cooper Carr 2, Charlie Goodrich, Brendan Larson, Matt Kelleher; MG: Mac Waynick 2, Nick Belouin 2, Taylor Cummings, Michael Wellspeak.

Assists — FL: Wycoff 3, Kleinbeck 2, Goodrich 2, Larson 2, Frat, Lay, Carr, Colin McCarthy; MG: Cummings, Wellspeak, Waynick, Max McAlister.

Saves — FL: Oscar Madzio 4, Michael Graney 4; MG: Cole Filson 7.

Baseball

Wahconah 5, Hoosac Valley 3

DALTON — The second game of the Wahconah tournament featured a Berkshire County showdown between the Warriors and Hurricanes.

Tanner Hill knocked in Wahconah's first run in the third inning and Zak Bernardo followed it up in the fourth inning with another RBI singe.

Hoosac Valley (0-1) had an answer in the top of the fifth as John Krol launched a 3-run home run over the left field wall to give the Hurricanes a 3-2 lead.

Caden Frazier and Chad Howes helped the Warriors (3-0) gain the lead for good with big hits in a 3-run fifth inning for Wahconah.

———

Hoosac     000     030     0     —     3     4     2

Wahconah     001     130     x     —     5     6     1

Henry Sniezek 4 1/3, John Krol 1 2/3 and Zack Swistak. Tanner Hill 4 1/3, Caden Frazier 2 2/3 and Joe Woronick. W — Frazier. L — Sniezek. 2B — W: Frazier, Howes. HR — HV: 1(Krol.)

Monument Mountain 10, Monson 1

DALTON — The Spartans started their 2019 campaign with a win in the first game of the Wahconah Tournament.

Kade Gruber went 3 for 4 from the leadoff spot and scored three runs in the win. Kyle Gochey also went 3 for 4 in the 2 spot and pitched the seventh inning for the Spartans.

Sam Cormier got the nod for Monument (1-1) and pitched six scoreless innings in the win.

———

Monument     001     303     3     —     10     11     2

Monson     000     000     1     —     1     6     1

Giestur and Sentue. Sam Cormier (6), Kyle Gochey (1) and Max Joyner. WP — Cormier. LP — Giestur.

2B — M: Hetspeth.

Softball

Mount Greylock 13, Lenox 1

LENOX — Lily Lesieur delivered a two-hitter for the Mounties on Saturday, powering through the Lenox batting order for 10 strikeouts over six innings.

Mount Greylock provided all the offense she would need in the opening innings, going in front 8-1 through three.

Brodi Rosier got the scoring started with a sacrifice fly in the first inning, before Lesieur tripled and came home. Marley Buffis then had a RBI single to make it 3-0. Jordyn Codding had a RBI single in the second. Rosier doubled home Codding and Anna Welch in the fifth and Kamryn Sweet had a RBI single in the sixth.

For Lenox, Claire Lynch reached on a walk and came home on a Anja Doherty bunt in the third. Camryn O'Dell and Juliana Johansen had singles for the hosts.

———

Greylock     332     023     x     —     13     10     1

Lenox     001     000     x     —     1     2     2

Juliana Johansen (3), Maddie Barenski (3) and Paige DiGrigoli. Lily Lesieur and Brodi Rosier. W — Lesieur. L — Johansen. 2B — MG: 2 (Rosier, Marley Buffis). 3B — MG: (Lesieur).

Friday's Boys Lacrosse

Brattleboro 9, McCann Tech 2

NORTH ADAMS — A shorthanded McCann Tech crew couldn't create much offense in a loss to Brattleboro on Friday.

The visitors built up a 3-0 halftime lead, and the Hornets (4-3) couldn't get the ball by goalie Dylan Carrasguilla (eight saves).

"Our depth was tested tonight. We gave it everything we had, but in the end we didn't take care of the ball, took too many penalties, and really only tested the Brattleboro goalie a few times," said McCann coach Paul Lange. "I was very pleased with our effort and how we are improving on the defensive side of the ball."

Lange noted strong play by Darius Tovani, Evan Knapp, Zavier Martin-Levesque and Jason Knapp. Colby Ghidotti led the attack, while Tadan Bolte, Justin Horn, Tyler Pettit and Lane Hughes were solid along the back line.

———

Brattleboro     2     1     3     3     —     9

McCann     0     0     1     1     —     2

Goals — B: Ryan Tyler 5, Austin Wood 2, Isaiah Clark, Eliott Bauer; MT:           Colby Ghidotti, Zavier Martin-Levesque.

Assists — B: Tanner Edson.

Saves — B: Dylan Carrasguilla 8; MT: Keegan Dellaghelfa 5, Rylie Fortini 3.

Goals — FL: Oliver Lay 4, Aiden Wycoff 3, Jake Frat 3, Anders Kleinbeck 2, Jeff Myers 2, Cooper Carr 2, Charlie Goodrich, Brendan Larson, Matt Kelleher; MG: Mac Waynick 2, Nick Belouin 2, Taylor Cummings, Michael Wellspeak.

Assists — FL: Wycoff 3, Kleinbeck 2, Goodrich 2, Larson 2, Frat, Lay, Carr, Colin McCarthy; MG: Cummings, Wellspeak, Waynick, Max McAlister.

Saves — FL: Oscar Madzio 4, Michael Graney 4; MG: Cole Filson 7.

Baseball

Wahconah 5, Hoosac Valley 3

DALTON — The second game of the Wahconah tournament featured a Berkshire County showdown between the Warriors and Hurricanes.

Tanner Hill knocked in Wahconah's first run in the third inning and Zak Bernardo followed it up in the fourth inning with another RBI singe.

Hoosac Valley (0-1) had an answer in the top of the fifth as John Krol launched a 3-run home run over the left field wall to give the Hurricanes a 3-2 lead.

Caden Frazier and Chad Howes helped the Warriors (3-0) gain the lead for good with big hits in a 3-run fifth inning for Wahconah.

———

Hoosac     000     030     0     —     3     4     2

Wahconah     001     130     x     —     5     6     1

Henry Sniezek 4 1/3, John Krol 1 2/3 and Zack Swistak. Tanner Hill 4 1/3, Caden Frazier 2 2/3 and Joe Woronick. W — Frazier. L — Sniezek. 2B — W: Frazier, Howes. HR — HV: 1(Krol.)

Monument Mountain 10, Monson 1

DALTON — The Spartans started their 2019 campaign with a win in the first game of the Wahconah Tournament.

Kade Gruber went 3 for 4 from the leadoff spot and scored three runs in the win. Kyle Gochey also went 3 for 4 in the 2 spot and pitched the seventh inning for the Spartans.

Sam Cormier got the nod for Monument (1-1) and pitched six scoreless innings in the win.

———

Monument     001     303     3     —     10     11     2

Monson     000     000     1     —     1     6     1

Giestur and Sentue. Sam Cormier (6), Kyle Gochey (1) and Max Joyner. WP — Cormier. LP — Giestur.

2B — M: Hetspeth.

Softball

Mount Greylock 13, Lenox 1

LENOX — Lily Lesieur delivered a two-hitter for the Mounties on Saturday, powering through the Lenox batting order for 10 strikeouts over six innings.

Mount Greylock provided all the offense she would need in the opening innings, going in front 8-1 through three.

Brodi Rosier got the scoring started with a sacrifice fly in the first inning, before Lesieur tripled and came home. Marley Buffis then had a RBI single to make it 3-0. Jordyn Codding had a RBI single in the second. Rosier doubled home Codding and Anna Welch in the fifth and Kamryn Sweet had a RBI single in the sixth.

For Lenox, Claire Lynch reached on a walk and came home on a Anja Doherty bunt in the third. Camryn O'Dell and Juliana Johansen had singles for the hosts.

———

Greylock     332     023     x     —     13     10     1

Lenox     001     000     x     —     1     2     2

Juliana Johansen (3), Maddie Barenski (3) and Paige DiGrigoli. Lily Lesieur and Brodi Rosier. W — Lesieur. L — Johansen. 2B — MG: 2 (Rosier, Marley Buffis). 3B — MG: (Lesieur).

Friday's Boys Lacrosse

Brattleboro 9, McCann Tech 2

NORTH ADAMS — A shorthanded McCann Tech crew couldn't create much offense in a loss to Brattleboro on Friday.

The visitors built up a 3-0 halftime lead, and the Hornets (4-3) couldn't get the ball by goalie Dylan Carrasguilla (eight saves).

"Our depth was tested tonight. We gave it everything we had, but in the end we didn't take care of the ball, took too many penalties, and really only tested the Brattleboro goalie a few times," said McCann coach Paul Lange. "I was very pleased with our effort and how we are improving on the defensive side of the ball."

Lange noted strong play by Darius Tovani, Evan Knapp, Zavier Martin-Levesque and Jason Knapp. Colby Ghidotti led the attack, while Tadan Bolte, Justin Horn, Tyler Pettit and Lane Hughes were solid along the back line.

———

Brattleboro     2     1     3     3     —     9

McCann     0     0     1     1     —     2

Goals — B: Ryan Tyler 5, Austin Wood 2, Isaiah Clark, Eliott Bauer; MT:           Colby Ghidotti, Zavier Martin-Levesque.

Assists — B: Tanner Edson.

Saves — B: Dylan Carrasguilla 8; MT: Keegan Dellaghelfa 5, Rylie Fortini 3.

Wahconah     001     130     x     —     5     6     1

Henry Sniezek 4 1/3, John Krol 1 2/3 and Zack Swistak. Tanner Hill 4 1/3, Caden Frazier 2 2/3 and Joe Woronick. W — Frazier. L — Sniezek. 2B — W: Frazier, Howes. HR — HV: 1(Krol.)

Monument Mountain 10, Monson 1

DALTON — The Spartans started their 2019 campaign with a win in the first game of the Wahconah Tournament.

Kade Gruber went 3 for 4 from the leadoff spot and scored three runs in the win. Kyle Gochey also went 3 for 4 in the 2 spot and pitched the seventh inning for the Spartans.

Sam Cormier got the nod for Monument (1-1) and pitched six scoreless innings in the win.

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Monument     001     303     3     —     10     11     2

Monson     000     000     1     —     1     6     1

Giestur and Sentue. Sam Cormier (6), Kyle Gochey (1) and Max Joyner. WP — Cormier. LP — Giestur.

2B — M: Hetspeth.

Softball

Mount Greylock 13, Lenox 1

LENOX — Lily Lesieur delivered a two-hitter for the Mounties on Saturday, powering through the Lenox batting order for 10 strikeouts over six innings.

Mount Greylock provided all the offense she would need in the opening innings, going in front 8-1 through three.

Brodi Rosier got the scoring started with a sacrifice fly in the first inning, before Lesieur tripled and came home. Marley Buffis then had a RBI single to make it 3-0. Jordyn Codding had a RBI single in the second. Rosier doubled home Codding and Anna Welch in the fifth and Kamryn Sweet had a RBI single in the sixth.

For Lenox, Claire Lynch reached on a walk and came home on a Anja Doherty bunt in the third. Camryn O'Dell and Juliana Johansen had singles for the hosts.

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Greylock     332     023     x     —     13     10     1

Lenox     001     000     x     —     1     2     2

Juliana Johansen (3), Maddie Barenski (3) and Paige DiGrigoli. Lily Lesieur and Brodi Rosier. W — Lesieur. L — Johansen. 2B — MG: 2 (Rosier, Marley Buffis). 3B — MG: (Lesieur).

Friday's Boys Lacrosse

Brattleboro 9, McCann Tech 2

NORTH ADAMS — A shorthanded McCann Tech crew couldn't create much offense in a loss to Brattleboro on Friday.

The visitors built up a 3-0 halftime lead, and the Hornets (4-3) couldn't get the ball by goalie Dylan Carrasguilla (eight saves).

"Our depth was tested tonight. We gave it everything we had, but in the end we didn't take care of the ball, took too many penalties, and really only tested the Brattleboro goalie a few times," said McCann coach Paul Lange. "I was very pleased with our effort and how we are improving on the defensive side of the ball."

Lange noted strong play by Darius Tovani, Evan Knapp, Zavier Martin-Levesque and Jason Knapp. Colby Ghidotti led the attack, while Tadan Bolte, Justin Horn, Tyler Pettit and Lane Hughes were solid along the back line.

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Brattleboro     2     1     3     3     —     9

McCann     0     0     1     1     —     2

Goals — B: Ryan Tyler 5, Austin Wood 2, Isaiah Clark, Eliott Bauer; MT:           Colby Ghidotti, Zavier Martin-Levesque.

Assists — B: Tanner Edson.

Saves — B: Dylan Carrasguilla 8; MT: Keegan Dellaghelfa 5, Rylie Fortini 3.

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Henry Sniezek 4 1/3, John Krol 1 2/3 and Zack Swistak. Tanner Hill 4 1/3, Caden Frazier 2 2/3 and Joe Woronick. W — Frazier. L — Sniezek. 2B — W: Frazier, Howes. HR — HV: 1(Krol.)

Monument Mountain 10, Monson 1

DALTON — The Spartans started their 2019 campaign with a win in the first game of the Wahconah Tournament.

Kade Gruber went 3 for 4 from the leadoff spot and scored three runs in the win. Kyle Gochey also went 3 for 4 in the 2 spot and pitched the seventh inning for the Spartans.

Sam Cormier got the nod for Monument (1-1) and pitched six scoreless innings in the win.

———

Monument     001     303     3     —     10     11     2

Monson     000     000     1     —     1     6     1

Giestur and Sentue. Sam Cormier (6), Kyle Gochey (1) and Max Joyner. WP — Cormier. LP — Giestur.

2B — M: Hetspeth.

Softball

Mount Greylock 13, Lenox 1

LENOX — Lily Lesieur delivered a two-hitter for the Mounties on Saturday, powering through the Lenox batting order for 10 strikeouts over six innings.

Mount Greylock provided all the offense she would need in the opening innings, going in front 8-1 through three.

Brodi Rosier got the scoring started with a sacrifice fly in the first inning, before Lesieur tripled and came home. Marley Buffis then had a RBI single to make it 3-0. Jordyn Codding had a RBI single in the second. Rosier doubled home Codding and Anna Welch in the fifth and Kamryn Sweet had a RBI single in the sixth.

For Lenox, Claire Lynch reached on a walk and came home on a Anja Doherty bunt in the third. Camryn O'Dell and Juliana Johansen had singles for the hosts.

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Greylock     332     023     x     —     13     10     1

Lenox     001     000     x     —     1     2     2

Juliana Johansen (3), Maddie Barenski (3) and Paige DiGrigoli. Lily Lesieur and Brodi Rosier. W — Lesieur. L — Johansen. 2B — MG: 2 (Rosier, Marley Buffis). 3B — MG: (Lesieur).

Friday's Boys Lacrosse

Brattleboro 9, McCann Tech 2

NORTH ADAMS — A shorthanded McCann Tech crew couldn't create much offense in a loss to Brattleboro on Friday.

The visitors built up a 3-0 halftime lead, and the Hornets (4-3) couldn't get the ball by goalie Dylan Carrasguilla (eight saves).

"Our depth was tested tonight. We gave it everything we had, but in the end we didn't take care of the ball, took too many penalties, and really only tested the Brattleboro goalie a few times," said McCann coach Paul Lange. "I was very pleased with our effort and how we are improving on the defensive side of the ball."

Lange noted strong play by Darius Tovani, Evan Knapp, Zavier Martin-Levesque and Jason Knapp. Colby Ghidotti led the attack, while Tadan Bolte, Justin Horn, Tyler Pettit and Lane Hughes were solid along the back line.

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Brattleboro     2     1     3     3     —     9

McCann     0     0     1     1     —     2

Goals — B: Ryan Tyler 5, Austin Wood 2, Isaiah Clark, Eliott Bauer; MT:           Colby Ghidotti, Zavier Martin-Levesque.

Assists — B: Tanner Edson.

Saves — B: Dylan Carrasguilla 8; MT: Keegan Dellaghelfa 5, Rylie Fortini 3.

Monson     000     000     1     —     1     6     1

Giestur and Sentue. Sam Cormier (6), Kyle Gochey (1) and Max Joyner. WP — Cormier. LP — Giestur.

2B — M: Hetspeth.

Softball

Mount Greylock 13, Lenox 1

LENOX — Lily Lesieur delivered a two-hitter for the Mounties on Saturday, powering through the Lenox batting order for 10 strikeouts over six innings.

Mount Greylock provided all the offense she would need in the opening innings, going in front 8-1 through three.

Brodi Rosier got the scoring started with a sacrifice fly in the first inning, before Lesieur tripled and came home. Marley Buffis then had a RBI single to make it 3-0. Jordyn Codding had a RBI single in the second. Rosier doubled home Codding and Anna Welch in the fifth and Kamryn Sweet had a RBI single in the sixth.

For Lenox, Claire Lynch reached on a walk and came home on a Anja Doherty bunt in the third. Camryn O'Dell and Juliana Johansen had singles for the hosts.

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Greylock     332     023     x     —     13     10     1

Lenox     001     000     x     —     1     2     2

Juliana Johansen (3), Maddie Barenski (3) and Paige DiGrigoli. Lily Lesieur and Brodi Rosier. W — Lesieur. L — Johansen. 2B — MG: 2 (Rosier, Marley Buffis). 3B — MG: (Lesieur).

Friday's Boys Lacrosse

Brattleboro 9, McCann Tech 2

NORTH ADAMS — A shorthanded McCann Tech crew couldn't create much offense in a loss to Brattleboro on Friday.

The visitors built up a 3-0 halftime lead, and the Hornets (4-3) couldn't get the ball by goalie Dylan Carrasguilla (eight saves).

"Our depth was tested tonight. We gave it everything we had, but in the end we didn't take care of the ball, took too many penalties, and really only tested the Brattleboro goalie a few times," said McCann coach Paul Lange. "I was very pleased with our effort and how we are improving on the defensive side of the ball."

Lange noted strong play by Darius Tovani, Evan Knapp, Zavier Martin-Levesque and Jason Knapp. Colby Ghidotti led the attack, while Tadan Bolte, Justin Horn, Tyler Pettit and Lane Hughes were solid along the back line.

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Brattleboro     2     1     3     3     —     9

McCann     0     0     1     1     —     2

Goals — B: Ryan Tyler 5, Austin Wood 2, Isaiah Clark, Eliott Bauer; MT:           Colby Ghidotti, Zavier Martin-Levesque.

Assists — B: Tanner Edson.

Saves — B: Dylan Carrasguilla 8; MT: Keegan Dellaghelfa 5, Rylie Fortini 3.

Giestur and Sentue. Sam Cormier (6), Kyle Gochey (1) and Max Joyner. WP — Cormier. LP — Giestur.

2B — M: Hetspeth.

Softball

Mount Greylock 13, Lenox 1

LENOX — Lily Lesieur delivered a two-hitter for the Mounties on Saturday, powering through the Lenox batting order for 10 strikeouts over six innings.

Mount Greylock provided all the offense she would need in the opening innings, going in front 8-1 through three.

Brodi Rosier got the scoring started with a sacrifice fly in the first inning, before Lesieur tripled and came home. Marley Buffis then had a RBI single to make it 3-0. Jordyn Codding had a RBI single in the second. Rosier doubled home Codding and Anna Welch in the fifth and Kamryn Sweet had a RBI single in the sixth.

For Lenox, Claire Lynch reached on a walk and came home on a Anja Doherty bunt in the third. Camryn O'Dell and Juliana Johansen had singles for the hosts.

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Greylock     332     023     x     —     13     10     1

Lenox     001     000     x     —     1     2     2

Juliana Johansen (3), Maddie Barenski (3) and Paige DiGrigoli. Lily Lesieur and Brodi Rosier. W — Lesieur. L — Johansen. 2B — MG: 2 (Rosier, Marley Buffis). 3B — MG: (Lesieur).

Friday's Boys Lacrosse

Brattleboro 9, McCann Tech 2

NORTH ADAMS — A shorthanded McCann Tech crew couldn't create much offense in a loss to Brattleboro on Friday.

The visitors built up a 3-0 halftime lead, and the Hornets (4-3) couldn't get the ball by goalie Dylan Carrasguilla (eight saves).

"Our depth was tested tonight. We gave it everything we had, but in the end we didn't take care of the ball, took too many penalties, and really only tested the Brattleboro goalie a few times," said McCann coach Paul Lange. "I was very pleased with our effort and how we are improving on the defensive side of the ball."

Lange noted strong play by Darius Tovani, Evan Knapp, Zavier Martin-Levesque and Jason Knapp. Colby Ghidotti led the attack, while Tadan Bolte, Justin Horn, Tyler Pettit and Lane Hughes were solid along the back line.

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Brattleboro     2     1     3     3     —     9

McCann     0     0     1     1     —     2

Goals — B: Ryan Tyler 5, Austin Wood 2, Isaiah Clark, Eliott Bauer; MT:           Colby Ghidotti, Zavier Martin-Levesque.

Assists — B: Tanner Edson.

Saves — B: Dylan Carrasguilla 8; MT: Keegan Dellaghelfa 5, Rylie Fortini 3.

Lenox     001     000     x     —     1     2     2

Juliana Johansen (3), Maddie Barenski (3) and Paige DiGrigoli. Lily Lesieur and Brodi Rosier. W — Lesieur. L — Johansen. 2B — MG: 2 (Rosier, Marley Buffis). 3B — MG: (Lesieur).

Friday's Boys Lacrosse

Brattleboro 9, McCann Tech 2

NORTH ADAMS — A shorthanded McCann Tech crew couldn't create much offense in a loss to Brattleboro on Friday.

The visitors built up a 3-0 halftime lead, and the Hornets (4-3) couldn't get the ball by goalie Dylan Carrasguilla (eight saves).

"Our depth was tested tonight. We gave it everything we had, but in the end we didn't take care of the ball, took too many penalties, and really only tested the Brattleboro goalie a few times," said McCann coach Paul Lange. "I was very pleased with our effort and how we are improving on the defensive side of the ball."

Lange noted strong play by Darius Tovani, Evan Knapp, Zavier Martin-Levesque and Jason Knapp. Colby Ghidotti led the attack, while Tadan Bolte, Justin Horn, Tyler Pettit and Lane Hughes were solid along the back line.

———

Brattleboro     2     1     3     3     —     9

McCann     0     0     1     1     —     2

Goals — B: Ryan Tyler 5, Austin Wood 2, Isaiah Clark, Eliott Bauer; MT:           Colby Ghidotti, Zavier Martin-Levesque.

Assists — B: Tanner Edson.

Saves — B: Dylan Carrasguilla 8; MT: Keegan Dellaghelfa 5, Rylie Fortini 3.

Juliana Johansen (3), Maddie Barenski (3) and Paige DiGrigoli. Lily Lesieur and Brodi Rosier. W — Lesieur. L — Johansen. 2B — MG: 2 (Rosier, Marley Buffis). 3B — MG: (Lesieur).

Friday's Boys Lacrosse

Brattleboro 9, McCann Tech 2

NORTH ADAMS — A shorthanded McCann Tech crew couldn't create much offense in a loss to Brattleboro on Friday.

The visitors built up a 3-0 halftime lead, and the Hornets (4-3) couldn't get the ball by goalie Dylan Carrasguilla (eight saves).

"Our depth was tested tonight. We gave it everything we had, but in the end we didn't take care of the ball, took too many penalties, and really only tested the Brattleboro goalie a few times," said McCann coach Paul Lange. "I was very pleased with our effort and how we are improving on the defensive side of the ball."

Lange noted strong play by Darius Tovani, Evan Knapp, Zavier Martin-Levesque and Jason Knapp. Colby Ghidotti led the attack, while Tadan Bolte, Justin Horn, Tyler Pettit and Lane Hughes were solid along the back line.

———

Brattleboro     2     1     3     3     —     9

McCann     0     0     1     1     —     2

Goals — B: Ryan Tyler 5, Austin Wood 2, Isaiah Clark, Eliott Bauer; MT:           Colby Ghidotti, Zavier Martin-Levesque.

Assists — B: Tanner Edson.

Saves — B: Dylan Carrasguilla 8; MT: Keegan Dellaghelfa 5, Rylie Fortini 3.

McCann     0     0     1     1     —     2

Goals — B: Ryan Tyler 5, Austin Wood 2, Isaiah Clark, Eliott Bauer; MT:           Colby Ghidotti, Zavier Martin-Levesque.

Assists — B: Tanner Edson.

Saves — B: Dylan Carrasguilla 8; MT: Keegan Dellaghelfa 5, Rylie Fortini 3.

Goals — B: Ryan Tyler 5, Austin Wood 2, Isaiah Clark, Eliott Bauer; MT:           Colby Ghidotti, Zavier Martin-Levesque.

Assists — B: Tanner Edson.

Saves — B: Dylan Carrasguilla 8; MT: Keegan Dellaghelfa 5, Rylie Fortini 3.

Assists — B: Tanner Edson.

Saves — B: Dylan Carrasguilla 8; MT: Keegan Dellaghelfa 5, Rylie Fortini 3.


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