Roundup: Potash's blast keeps Pittsfield baseball unbeaten

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PITTSFIELD — Hunter Potash slammed a two-run home run on the first pitch of his at bat in the third inning to send Pittsfield by Hoosac Valley on Tuesday, 3-2.

Potash's blast came as part of a three-run third, the only frame in which the host Generals (6-0) managed to tag home plate. It also broke a 1-1 tie and gave starter Ian Benoit just enough breathing room to finish out a complete game outing.

"Since he's been with the program we've been working with him to go the other way with it, he had a couple big hits out in Taunton," said PHS coach Seamus Morrison of Potash. "He got a hold of this one into the right-center field gap and it went out. It's a testament to the way he's worked."

Benoit struck out five, while walking none and allowing two earned runs on seven hits. Benoit threw 59 of his 81 pitches for strikes while stranding runners on second in the fifth and sixth innings. In the seventh, Hoosac Valley (1-3) got two-out singles by Joe Degere and Colby Rougeau to put the tying and winning run on the corners, but Benoit got Luc Trombley to ground out to seal the win.

"He did a great job, was around the plate all day, and they were aggressive swinging at a lot of first pitches, so he had to keep it away from them," said PHS coach Seamus Morrison.

Hoosac got six strong innings from crafty left-hander Devin Kogut, who gave up just two earned runs in six innings. Henry Sniezek doubled and scored in the first inning off a John Krol single to give the visitors an early lead. In the fifth, Rougeau doubled in Cole Desroches to cut into Pittsfield's lead.

For the Generals, Lamoureaux single to lead off the third, and came around to score the tying run on a Joe Traversa sacrifice fly. Jaden Coscia and Ryan Lapierre had two hits a piece. Rougeau had two hits for Hoosac.

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Hoosac     100     010     0     —     2     7     1

Pittsfield     003     000     x     —     3     7     1

Devin Kogut and Zach Swistak. Ian Benoit and Zack Zerbato. W — Benoit. L — Kogut. 2B — HV 2 (Colby Rougeau, Henry Sniezek). HR — P (Hunter Potash).

Wahconah 9, Mount Greylock 2

WILLIAMSTOWN — Chad Howes and Phil Guest had a pitchers' duel going through three innings, before visiting Wahconah got to Guest in the fourth, and a pair of relievers in the fifth.

The Warriors (4-0, 1-0 Berkshire North) plated seven runs over those two innings, turning a scoreless game into a 7-1 lead.

Howes, Jake Harte and Luke Hescock drove in a run a piece in the fourth, before Guest could get out of his final inning. From there, Wahconah went after the Mounties bullpen, tagging Evan Sheridan and Dom Paris for multiple hits and runs in the final frames. Zak Bernardo, Gabe Verdi and Hescock had 2 RBI a piece. Bernardo had two hits. Howes struck out five over four innings of one-run ball. Kyle Lee finished things off with three innings of solid relief work.

"We didn't put too much together. We weren't real sharp," Greylock coach Steve Messina said. "[Howes] was real solid. He was throwing strikes, and they made plays."

Sheridan had two doubles for the Mounties (1-2, 0-1), while Joe Jones and Jack Cangelosi had the RBI.

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Wahconah     000     340     2     —     9     8     0

Greylock     000     101     0     —     2     7     3

Chad Howes (4), Kyle Lee (3) and Joe Woronick. Phil Guest (4), Evan Sheridan (1/3), Dom Paris (2 1/3) and Derek Paris. W — Howes. L — Guest. 2B — W 2 (Luke Hescock, Gabe Verdi); MG 3 (Sheridan 2, Dan Buell).

Putnam 12, McCann Tech 7

NORTH ADAMS — McCann couldn't hang on to an early 3-0 in a home loss to Putnam.

The Hornets (4-3) benefit from three first-inning errors to plate three runs, but by the end of the third inning, Putnam had tied things back up. By the middle of the fifth, McCann was staring at an 11-3 hole.

Caleb Rondeau swatted a two-run double in the fifth and moved around to score himself, but it wasn't enough.

Rondeau was 2 for 3, reached base four times, scored three times and drove in two. Andrew Levesque had two hits as well, while Jared Blondin drove in two runs.

Matt Jette started and lasted just three innings, allowing five runs, though just two were earned. Keeghan Vidal three 2 2/3 innings of relief, allowing no earned runs.

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Putnam     003     351     0     —     12     8     4

McCann     300     003     1     —     7     6     3

Jovanni and Randy. Matt Jette (3), Jeremy Beany (1), Owen Gagne (1/3), Keeghan Vidal (2 2/3) and Andrew Koch. W — Jovanni. L — Jette. 2B — P (Andy); MT (Caleb Rondeau). 3B — P (Mikey).=

Tennis

Mount Greylock boys 3, Mount Everett 2

SHEFFIELD — Jacob Fink put down a pair of 6-1 sets to take first singles from Mount Everett and set the stage for a Mount Greylock (1-2) road win.

The host Eagles (0-2) got a win at second singles by Gray Duval, and another after a lengthy second doubles battle, but Nate Verter took third singles in straight sets and Ryan Narey and Finn Carothers secured the Mounties victory in the premiere doubles match.

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Singles — 1. Jacob Fink (MG) def. Cole Duval 6-1, 6-1; 2. Gray Duval (ME) def. Gabe Gerry 6-7 (4-7), 6-2, 6-2; 3. Nate Verter (MG) def. Ethan Benoit 6-3, 6-3.

Doubles — 1. Ryan Narey/Finn Carothers (MG) def. Matt Kane/Marc Gogel 6-0, 7-6 (7-3); 2. Isaiah Neski/Mickey Masters (ME) def. Troy Michalal/Ryan Keating 6-7 (3-7), 6-3, 7-6.

Mount Greylock girls 4, Mount Everett 1

SHEFFIELD — Mount Greylock's superior depth came though on Tuesday down south. The Mounties (4-0) got a straight-set win at first singles by Josie Dalsin and Olivia Winters, followed by victories at second and third singles to overcome a thrilling loss at first singles. Mount Everett's Madeline VonRuden dropped her first set to Mia Van Deurzen, but came back to win 6-4, 6-4 in the second and third sets to take a first singles victory for the Eagles (2-2).

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Singles — 1. Madeline VonRuden (ME) def. Mia Van Deurzen 3-6, 6-4, 6-4; 2. Hannah Gilooly (MG) def. Shelby Tinker 6-2, 0-6; 3. Charlotte Sanford (MG) def. Nadia Makuc 6-0, 6-0.

Doubles — 1. Josie Dalsin/Olivia Winters (MG) def. Madison Tinker/Rochele Worth 6-3, 6-1; 2. Ava Simon/Piper Schulman (MG) def. 6-0, 7-6 (7-4).

Boys Lacrosse

Mount Greylock 18, Lee 7

LEE — Mount Greylock got another pair of monster outings from Michael Wellspeak and Taylor Cummings to power by Lee on the road.

The Mounties lead 5-1 after one quarter, only to see the Wildcats pull back within two by halftime. The visitors lit up Lee goalie Theo Weidinger's zone from there, though, pulling away in a hurry.

Weidinger made 25 saves, but Cummings (seven goals) and Wellspeak (seven assists) combined for 18 points and were unstoppable in the second half.

David Faulk made 10 stops for Greylock (3-2). Curt Wilton had a hat trick for the Wildcats (2-3), while Home Winston dropped off three assists.

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Greylock     5     1     5     7     —     18

Lee     1     3     1     2     —     7

Goals — MG: Taylor Cummings 7, Michael Wellspeak 3, Kyle Trottier 2, Mac Waynick 2, Sean Malloy 2, Isiah Locklear, Tate Kuster; L: Curt Wilton 3, Caleb Kollmer 2, Brock Baumann, Tag Roosa.

Assists — MG: Wellspeak 7, Cummings, Alex Falk; L: Homer Winston 3, Baumann 2, Kollmer.

Saves — MG: David Falk 10; L: Theo Weidinger 25.

McCann Tech 19, Central 2

NORTH ADAMS — Darian Tovani and Colby Ghidotti netted four goals a piece, as McCann Tech ran away with a major home decision over Springfield Central.

The Hornets busted out to a 9-0 lead after one quarter and pushed it to double digits by halftime.

Coach Paul Lange was happy to get some newer players a bunch of experience in the contest. Youngster Liam Politis secured a four-point game, while Jason Knapp, Brandon Demers and Tadan Bolte scored their first varsity goals. Bolte, a senior defenseman, earned player of the game honors.

"Even though our regulars dominated the score sheet, today was a great opportunity to get our newer players a lot of experience, including some opportunities to earn some points," Lange wrote in an email. "This is a nice league win for us, a good statement to make to the other teams in the Suburban League."

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Central     0     1     1     0     —     2

McCann     9     4     3     3     —     19

Goals — C: Marcus Crawford 2; MT: Darian Tovani 4, Colby Ghidotti 4, Zavier Martin-Levesque 2, Liam Politis, Brandon Sargent, Jason Knapp, Jason Delisle, Tadan Bolte, Brandon Demers, Darius Tovani.

Assists — MT: Delisle 3, Politis 2, Darius Tovani 2, Evan McAllister.

Saves — C: Daniel Duke 5; MT: Keegan Dellaghelfa 2, Rylie Fortini 4.

College Baseball

Williams 11, Southern Vermont 0

BENNINGTON, Vt. — Five different Williams hitters had two hits each, and the Ephs routed Southern Vermont in the last game between the two schools. Southern Vermont is closing at the end of the year.

Charlie Carpenter and six Williams relievers combined to pitch a three-hit shutout. Carpenter went the first three innings, giving up two hits and three walks, while striking out four.

Nehemiah Wilson picked up his first win, throwing a 1-2-3 fourth, with a strikeout for Williams (17-7).

Williams broke open a 3-0 game with eight runs in the top of the ninth inning. Southern Vermont reliever Bryan Padilla gave up eight runs on eight hits in the ninth.

Eric Pappas, Kellen Hatheway, Erik Mini, doug Schaffer and Mike Stamas all had two hits each for Williams. Mini scored two runs and Schaffer drove in three.

Williams has a non-league home game with Union Wednesday, and then goes to Hamilton for three games starting Friday.

Williams, Middlebury and Wesleyan are all 3-3 in the NESCAC West Division, while division-leading Amherst is 5-4.

Anna Maria 10, MCLA 1

WORCESTER — The Trailblazers were kept off-balance all day by Anna Maria starter Colin Pipkin. Pipkin registered the complete game, scattering six hits and just one run over nine innings. He struck out eight. On the other side, MCLA (9-22) used eight pitchers to give up 10 hits and 10 earned runs. Tyler Wade got hit for three runs in his one frame, the fourth, and was saddled with the loss. Mike Urbanski started and threw two scoreless, but was removed after that. Jake Ferrara drove in Austin Rachiele in the sixth for MCLA's lone run.

College Softball

Bridgewater sweeps MCLA

BRIDGEWATER — Bridgewater State controlled the day, besting MCLA twice; 9-1 and 7-4.

In the day's first game, MCLA surrendered four runs in the third inning, watching a 2-1 lead turn into a deficit that it could not come back from. Erica Quackenbush drove in one of her two runs in the top of the third, bringing the Trailblazers from down a run into the lead. She finished with two RBI and reached base three times. Kaitlyn Berghela was 3 for 3 with a double and scored twice. Kaylyn Holliday and Alanza Quinones had two hits a piece. Samantha Feinstein was tagged for 12 hits and seven earned runs in six innings. She falls to 6-8.

In the nightcap, the Trailblazers were held off the board until the sixth inning.

Starter Kara Adams (2-10) was knocked around for 16 hits, including five doubles and eight earned runs.

Pittsfield     003     000     x     —     3     7     1

Devin Kogut and Zach Swistak. Ian Benoit and Zack Zerbato. W — Benoit. L — Kogut. 2B — HV 2 (Colby Rougeau, Henry Sniezek). HR — P (Hunter Potash).

Wahconah 9, Mount Greylock 2

WILLIAMSTOWN — Chad Howes and Phil Guest had a pitchers' duel going through three innings, before visiting Wahconah got to Guest in the fourth, and a pair of relievers in the fifth.

The Warriors (4-0, 1-0 Berkshire North) plated seven runs over those two innings, turning a scoreless game into a 7-1 lead.

Howes, Jake Harte and Luke Hescock drove in a run a piece in the fourth, before Guest could get out of his final inning. From there, Wahconah went after the Mounties bullpen, tagging Evan Sheridan and Dom Paris for multiple hits and runs in the final frames. Zak Bernardo, Gabe Verdi and Hescock had 2 RBI a piece. Bernardo had two hits. Howes struck out five over four innings of one-run ball. Kyle Lee finished things off with three innings of solid relief work.

"We didn't put too much together. We weren't real sharp," Greylock coach Steve Messina said. "[Howes] was real solid. He was throwing strikes, and they made plays."

Sheridan had two doubles for the Mounties (1-2, 0-1), while Joe Jones and Jack Cangelosi had the RBI.

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Wahconah     000     340     2     —     9     8     0

Greylock     000     101     0     —     2     7     3

Chad Howes (4), Kyle Lee (3) and Joe Woronick. Phil Guest (4), Evan Sheridan (1/3), Dom Paris (2 1/3) and Derek Paris. W — Howes. L — Guest. 2B — W 2 (Luke Hescock, Gabe Verdi); MG 3 (Sheridan 2, Dan Buell).

Putnam 12, McCann Tech 7

NORTH ADAMS — McCann couldn't hang on to an early 3-0 in a home loss to Putnam.

The Hornets (4-3) benefit from three first-inning errors to plate three runs, but by the end of the third inning, Putnam had tied things back up. By the middle of the fifth, McCann was staring at an 11-3 hole.

Caleb Rondeau swatted a two-run double in the fifth and moved around to score himself, but it wasn't enough.

Rondeau was 2 for 3, reached base four times, scored three times and drove in two. Andrew Levesque had two hits as well, while Jared Blondin drove in two runs.

Matt Jette started and lasted just three innings, allowing five runs, though just two were earned. Keeghan Vidal three 2 2/3 innings of relief, allowing no earned runs.

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Putnam     003     351     0     —     12     8     4

McCann     300     003     1     —     7     6     3

Jovanni and Randy. Matt Jette (3), Jeremy Beany (1), Owen Gagne (1/3), Keeghan Vidal (2 2/3) and Andrew Koch. W — Jovanni. L — Jette. 2B — P (Andy); MT (Caleb Rondeau). 3B — P (Mikey).=

Tennis

Mount Greylock boys 3, Mount Everett 2

SHEFFIELD — Jacob Fink put down a pair of 6-1 sets to take first singles from Mount Everett and set the stage for a Mount Greylock (1-2) road win.

The host Eagles (0-2) got a win at second singles by Gray Duval, and another after a lengthy second doubles battle, but Nate Verter took third singles in straight sets and Ryan Narey and Finn Carothers secured the Mounties victory in the premiere doubles match.

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Singles — 1. Jacob Fink (MG) def. Cole Duval 6-1, 6-1; 2. Gray Duval (ME) def. Gabe Gerry 6-7 (4-7), 6-2, 6-2; 3. Nate Verter (MG) def. Ethan Benoit 6-3, 6-3.

Doubles — 1. Ryan Narey/Finn Carothers (MG) def. Matt Kane/Marc Gogel 6-0, 7-6 (7-3); 2. Isaiah Neski/Mickey Masters (ME) def. Troy Michalal/Ryan Keating 6-7 (3-7), 6-3, 7-6.

Mount Greylock girls 4, Mount Everett 1

SHEFFIELD — Mount Greylock's superior depth came though on Tuesday down south. The Mounties (4-0) got a straight-set win at first singles by Josie Dalsin and Olivia Winters, followed by victories at second and third singles to overcome a thrilling loss at first singles. Mount Everett's Madeline VonRuden dropped her first set to Mia Van Deurzen, but came back to win 6-4, 6-4 in the second and third sets to take a first singles victory for the Eagles (2-2).

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Singles — 1. Madeline VonRuden (ME) def. Mia Van Deurzen 3-6, 6-4, 6-4; 2. Hannah Gilooly (MG) def. Shelby Tinker 6-2, 0-6; 3. Charlotte Sanford (MG) def. Nadia Makuc 6-0, 6-0.

Doubles — 1. Josie Dalsin/Olivia Winters (MG) def. Madison Tinker/Rochele Worth 6-3, 6-1; 2. Ava Simon/Piper Schulman (MG) def. 6-0, 7-6 (7-4).

Boys Lacrosse

Mount Greylock 18, Lee 7

LEE — Mount Greylock got another pair of monster outings from Michael Wellspeak and Taylor Cummings to power by Lee on the road.

The Mounties lead 5-1 after one quarter, only to see the Wildcats pull back within two by halftime. The visitors lit up Lee goalie Theo Weidinger's zone from there, though, pulling away in a hurry.

Weidinger made 25 saves, but Cummings (seven goals) and Wellspeak (seven assists) combined for 18 points and were unstoppable in the second half.

David Faulk made 10 stops for Greylock (3-2). Curt Wilton had a hat trick for the Wildcats (2-3), while Home Winston dropped off three assists.

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Greylock     5     1     5     7     —     18

Lee     1     3     1     2     —     7

Goals — MG: Taylor Cummings 7, Michael Wellspeak 3, Kyle Trottier 2, Mac Waynick 2, Sean Malloy 2, Isiah Locklear, Tate Kuster; L: Curt Wilton 3, Caleb Kollmer 2, Brock Baumann, Tag Roosa.

Assists — MG: Wellspeak 7, Cummings, Alex Falk; L: Homer Winston 3, Baumann 2, Kollmer.

Saves — MG: David Falk 10; L: Theo Weidinger 25.

McCann Tech 19, Central 2

NORTH ADAMS — Darian Tovani and Colby Ghidotti netted four goals a piece, as McCann Tech ran away with a major home decision over Springfield Central.

The Hornets busted out to a 9-0 lead after one quarter and pushed it to double digits by halftime.

Coach Paul Lange was happy to get some newer players a bunch of experience in the contest. Youngster Liam Politis secured a four-point game, while Jason Knapp, Brandon Demers and Tadan Bolte scored their first varsity goals. Bolte, a senior defenseman, earned player of the game honors.

"Even though our regulars dominated the score sheet, today was a great opportunity to get our newer players a lot of experience, including some opportunities to earn some points," Lange wrote in an email. "This is a nice league win for us, a good statement to make to the other teams in the Suburban League."

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Central     0     1     1     0     —     2

McCann     9     4     3     3     —     19

Goals — C: Marcus Crawford 2; MT: Darian Tovani 4, Colby Ghidotti 4, Zavier Martin-Levesque 2, Liam Politis, Brandon Sargent, Jason Knapp, Jason Delisle, Tadan Bolte, Brandon Demers, Darius Tovani.

Assists — MT: Delisle 3, Politis 2, Darius Tovani 2, Evan McAllister.

Saves — C: Daniel Duke 5; MT: Keegan Dellaghelfa 2, Rylie Fortini 4.

College Baseball

Williams 11, Southern Vermont 0

BENNINGTON, Vt. — Five different Williams hitters had two hits each, and the Ephs routed Southern Vermont in the last game between the two schools. Southern Vermont is closing at the end of the year.

Charlie Carpenter and six Williams relievers combined to pitch a three-hit shutout. Carpenter went the first three innings, giving up two hits and three walks, while striking out four.

Nehemiah Wilson picked up his first win, throwing a 1-2-3 fourth, with a strikeout for Williams (17-7).

Williams broke open a 3-0 game with eight runs in the top of the ninth inning. Southern Vermont reliever Bryan Padilla gave up eight runs on eight hits in the ninth.

Eric Pappas, Kellen Hatheway, Erik Mini, doug Schaffer and Mike Stamas all had two hits each for Williams. Mini scored two runs and Schaffer drove in three.

Williams has a non-league home game with Union Wednesday, and then goes to Hamilton for three games starting Friday.

Williams, Middlebury and Wesleyan are all 3-3 in the NESCAC West Division, while division-leading Amherst is 5-4.

Anna Maria 10, MCLA 1

WORCESTER — The Trailblazers were kept off-balance all day by Anna Maria starter Colin Pipkin. Pipkin registered the complete game, scattering six hits and just one run over nine innings. He struck out eight. On the other side, MCLA (9-22) used eight pitchers to give up 10 hits and 10 earned runs. Tyler Wade got hit for three runs in his one frame, the fourth, and was saddled with the loss. Mike Urbanski started and threw two scoreless, but was removed after that. Jake Ferrara drove in Austin Rachiele in the sixth for MCLA's lone run.

College Softball

Bridgewater sweeps MCLA

BRIDGEWATER — Bridgewater State controlled the day, besting MCLA twice; 9-1 and 7-4.

In the day's first game, MCLA surrendered four runs in the third inning, watching a 2-1 lead turn into a deficit that it could not come back from. Erica Quackenbush drove in one of her two runs in the top of the third, bringing the Trailblazers from down a run into the lead. She finished with two RBI and reached base three times. Kaitlyn Berghela was 3 for 3 with a double and scored twice. Kaylyn Holliday and Alanza Quinones had two hits a piece. Samantha Feinstein was tagged for 12 hits and seven earned runs in six innings. She falls to 6-8.

In the nightcap, the Trailblazers were held off the board until the sixth inning.

Starter Kara Adams (2-10) was knocked around for 16 hits, including five doubles and eight earned runs.

Devin Kogut and Zach Swistak. Ian Benoit and Zack Zerbato. W — Benoit. L — Kogut. 2B — HV 2 (Colby Rougeau, Henry Sniezek). HR — P (Hunter Potash).

Wahconah 9, Mount Greylock 2

WILLIAMSTOWN — Chad Howes and Phil Guest had a pitchers' duel going through three innings, before visiting Wahconah got to Guest in the fourth, and a pair of relievers in the fifth.

The Warriors (4-0, 1-0 Berkshire North) plated seven runs over those two innings, turning a scoreless game into a 7-1 lead.

Howes, Jake Harte and Luke Hescock drove in a run a piece in the fourth, before Guest could get out of his final inning. From there, Wahconah went after the Mounties bullpen, tagging Evan Sheridan and Dom Paris for multiple hits and runs in the final frames. Zak Bernardo, Gabe Verdi and Hescock had 2 RBI a piece. Bernardo had two hits. Howes struck out five over four innings of one-run ball. Kyle Lee finished things off with three innings of solid relief work.

"We didn't put too much together. We weren't real sharp," Greylock coach Steve Messina said. "[Howes] was real solid. He was throwing strikes, and they made plays."

Sheridan had two doubles for the Mounties (1-2, 0-1), while Joe Jones and Jack Cangelosi had the RBI.

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Wahconah     000     340     2     —     9     8     0

Greylock     000     101     0     —     2     7     3

Chad Howes (4), Kyle Lee (3) and Joe Woronick. Phil Guest (4), Evan Sheridan (1/3), Dom Paris (2 1/3) and Derek Paris. W — Howes. L — Guest. 2B — W 2 (Luke Hescock, Gabe Verdi); MG 3 (Sheridan 2, Dan Buell).

Putnam 12, McCann Tech 7

NORTH ADAMS — McCann couldn't hang on to an early 3-0 in a home loss to Putnam.

The Hornets (4-3) benefit from three first-inning errors to plate three runs, but by the end of the third inning, Putnam had tied things back up. By the middle of the fifth, McCann was staring at an 11-3 hole.

Caleb Rondeau swatted a two-run double in the fifth and moved around to score himself, but it wasn't enough.

Rondeau was 2 for 3, reached base four times, scored three times and drove in two. Andrew Levesque had two hits as well, while Jared Blondin drove in two runs.

Matt Jette started and lasted just three innings, allowing five runs, though just two were earned. Keeghan Vidal three 2 2/3 innings of relief, allowing no earned runs.

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Putnam     003     351     0     —     12     8     4

McCann     300     003     1     —     7     6     3

Jovanni and Randy. Matt Jette (3), Jeremy Beany (1), Owen Gagne (1/3), Keeghan Vidal (2 2/3) and Andrew Koch. W — Jovanni. L — Jette. 2B — P (Andy); MT (Caleb Rondeau). 3B — P (Mikey).=

Tennis

Mount Greylock boys 3, Mount Everett 2

SHEFFIELD — Jacob Fink put down a pair of 6-1 sets to take first singles from Mount Everett and set the stage for a Mount Greylock (1-2) road win.

The host Eagles (0-2) got a win at second singles by Gray Duval, and another after a lengthy second doubles battle, but Nate Verter took third singles in straight sets and Ryan Narey and Finn Carothers secured the Mounties victory in the premiere doubles match.

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Singles — 1. Jacob Fink (MG) def. Cole Duval 6-1, 6-1; 2. Gray Duval (ME) def. Gabe Gerry 6-7 (4-7), 6-2, 6-2; 3. Nate Verter (MG) def. Ethan Benoit 6-3, 6-3.

Doubles — 1. Ryan Narey/Finn Carothers (MG) def. Matt Kane/Marc Gogel 6-0, 7-6 (7-3); 2. Isaiah Neski/Mickey Masters (ME) def. Troy Michalal/Ryan Keating 6-7 (3-7), 6-3, 7-6.

Mount Greylock girls 4, Mount Everett 1

SHEFFIELD — Mount Greylock's superior depth came though on Tuesday down south. The Mounties (4-0) got a straight-set win at first singles by Josie Dalsin and Olivia Winters, followed by victories at second and third singles to overcome a thrilling loss at first singles. Mount Everett's Madeline VonRuden dropped her first set to Mia Van Deurzen, but came back to win 6-4, 6-4 in the second and third sets to take a first singles victory for the Eagles (2-2).

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Singles — 1. Madeline VonRuden (ME) def. Mia Van Deurzen 3-6, 6-4, 6-4; 2. Hannah Gilooly (MG) def. Shelby Tinker 6-2, 0-6; 3. Charlotte Sanford (MG) def. Nadia Makuc 6-0, 6-0.

Doubles — 1. Josie Dalsin/Olivia Winters (MG) def. Madison Tinker/Rochele Worth 6-3, 6-1; 2. Ava Simon/Piper Schulman (MG) def. 6-0, 7-6 (7-4).

Boys Lacrosse

Mount Greylock 18, Lee 7

LEE — Mount Greylock got another pair of monster outings from Michael Wellspeak and Taylor Cummings to power by Lee on the road.

The Mounties lead 5-1 after one quarter, only to see the Wildcats pull back within two by halftime. The visitors lit up Lee goalie Theo Weidinger's zone from there, though, pulling away in a hurry.

Weidinger made 25 saves, but Cummings (seven goals) and Wellspeak (seven assists) combined for 18 points and were unstoppable in the second half.

David Faulk made 10 stops for Greylock (3-2). Curt Wilton had a hat trick for the Wildcats (2-3), while Home Winston dropped off three assists.

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Greylock     5     1     5     7     —     18

Lee     1     3     1     2     —     7

Goals — MG: Taylor Cummings 7, Michael Wellspeak 3, Kyle Trottier 2, Mac Waynick 2, Sean Malloy 2, Isiah Locklear, Tate Kuster; L: Curt Wilton 3, Caleb Kollmer 2, Brock Baumann, Tag Roosa.

Assists — MG: Wellspeak 7, Cummings, Alex Falk; L: Homer Winston 3, Baumann 2, Kollmer.

Saves — MG: David Falk 10; L: Theo Weidinger 25.

McCann Tech 19, Central 2

NORTH ADAMS — Darian Tovani and Colby Ghidotti netted four goals a piece, as McCann Tech ran away with a major home decision over Springfield Central.

The Hornets busted out to a 9-0 lead after one quarter and pushed it to double digits by halftime.

Coach Paul Lange was happy to get some newer players a bunch of experience in the contest. Youngster Liam Politis secured a four-point game, while Jason Knapp, Brandon Demers and Tadan Bolte scored their first varsity goals. Bolte, a senior defenseman, earned player of the game honors.

"Even though our regulars dominated the score sheet, today was a great opportunity to get our newer players a lot of experience, including some opportunities to earn some points," Lange wrote in an email. "This is a nice league win for us, a good statement to make to the other teams in the Suburban League."

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Central     0     1     1     0     —     2

McCann     9     4     3     3     —     19

Goals — C: Marcus Crawford 2; MT: Darian Tovani 4, Colby Ghidotti 4, Zavier Martin-Levesque 2, Liam Politis, Brandon Sargent, Jason Knapp, Jason Delisle, Tadan Bolte, Brandon Demers, Darius Tovani.

Assists — MT: Delisle 3, Politis 2, Darius Tovani 2, Evan McAllister.

Saves — C: Daniel Duke 5; MT: Keegan Dellaghelfa 2, Rylie Fortini 4.

College Baseball

Williams 11, Southern Vermont 0

BENNINGTON, Vt. — Five different Williams hitters had two hits each, and the Ephs routed Southern Vermont in the last game between the two schools. Southern Vermont is closing at the end of the year.

Charlie Carpenter and six Williams relievers combined to pitch a three-hit shutout. Carpenter went the first three innings, giving up two hits and three walks, while striking out four.

Nehemiah Wilson picked up his first win, throwing a 1-2-3 fourth, with a strikeout for Williams (17-7).

Williams broke open a 3-0 game with eight runs in the top of the ninth inning. Southern Vermont reliever Bryan Padilla gave up eight runs on eight hits in the ninth.

Eric Pappas, Kellen Hatheway, Erik Mini, doug Schaffer and Mike Stamas all had two hits each for Williams. Mini scored two runs and Schaffer drove in three.

Williams has a non-league home game with Union Wednesday, and then goes to Hamilton for three games starting Friday.

Williams, Middlebury and Wesleyan are all 3-3 in the NESCAC West Division, while division-leading Amherst is 5-4.

Anna Maria 10, MCLA 1

WORCESTER — The Trailblazers were kept off-balance all day by Anna Maria starter Colin Pipkin. Pipkin registered the complete game, scattering six hits and just one run over nine innings. He struck out eight. On the other side, MCLA (9-22) used eight pitchers to give up 10 hits and 10 earned runs. Tyler Wade got hit for three runs in his one frame, the fourth, and was saddled with the loss. Mike Urbanski started and threw two scoreless, but was removed after that. Jake Ferrara drove in Austin Rachiele in the sixth for MCLA's lone run.

College Softball

Bridgewater sweeps MCLA

BRIDGEWATER — Bridgewater State controlled the day, besting MCLA twice; 9-1 and 7-4.

In the day's first game, MCLA surrendered four runs in the third inning, watching a 2-1 lead turn into a deficit that it could not come back from. Erica Quackenbush drove in one of her two runs in the top of the third, bringing the Trailblazers from down a run into the lead. She finished with two RBI and reached base three times. Kaitlyn Berghela was 3 for 3 with a double and scored twice. Kaylyn Holliday and Alanza Quinones had two hits a piece. Samantha Feinstein was tagged for 12 hits and seven earned runs in six innings. She falls to 6-8.

In the nightcap, the Trailblazers were held off the board until the sixth inning.

Starter Kara Adams (2-10) was knocked around for 16 hits, including five doubles and eight earned runs.

Greylock     000     101     0     —     2     7     3

Chad Howes (4), Kyle Lee (3) and Joe Woronick. Phil Guest (4), Evan Sheridan (1/3), Dom Paris (2 1/3) and Derek Paris. W — Howes. L — Guest. 2B — W 2 (Luke Hescock, Gabe Verdi); MG 3 (Sheridan 2, Dan Buell).

Putnam 12, McCann Tech 7

NORTH ADAMS — McCann couldn't hang on to an early 3-0 in a home loss to Putnam.

The Hornets (4-3) benefit from three first-inning errors to plate three runs, but by the end of the third inning, Putnam had tied things back up. By the middle of the fifth, McCann was staring at an 11-3 hole.

Caleb Rondeau swatted a two-run double in the fifth and moved around to score himself, but it wasn't enough.

Rondeau was 2 for 3, reached base four times, scored three times and drove in two. Andrew Levesque had two hits as well, while Jared Blondin drove in two runs.

Matt Jette started and lasted just three innings, allowing five runs, though just two were earned. Keeghan Vidal three 2 2/3 innings of relief, allowing no earned runs.

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Putnam     003     351     0     —     12     8     4

McCann     300     003     1     —     7     6     3

Jovanni and Randy. Matt Jette (3), Jeremy Beany (1), Owen Gagne (1/3), Keeghan Vidal (2 2/3) and Andrew Koch. W — Jovanni. L — Jette. 2B — P (Andy); MT (Caleb Rondeau). 3B — P (Mikey).=

Tennis

Mount Greylock boys 3, Mount Everett 2

SHEFFIELD — Jacob Fink put down a pair of 6-1 sets to take first singles from Mount Everett and set the stage for a Mount Greylock (1-2) road win.

The host Eagles (0-2) got a win at second singles by Gray Duval, and another after a lengthy second doubles battle, but Nate Verter took third singles in straight sets and Ryan Narey and Finn Carothers secured the Mounties victory in the premiere doubles match.

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Singles — 1. Jacob Fink (MG) def. Cole Duval 6-1, 6-1; 2. Gray Duval (ME) def. Gabe Gerry 6-7 (4-7), 6-2, 6-2; 3. Nate Verter (MG) def. Ethan Benoit 6-3, 6-3.

Doubles — 1. Ryan Narey/Finn Carothers (MG) def. Matt Kane/Marc Gogel 6-0, 7-6 (7-3); 2. Isaiah Neski/Mickey Masters (ME) def. Troy Michalal/Ryan Keating 6-7 (3-7), 6-3, 7-6.

Mount Greylock girls 4, Mount Everett 1

SHEFFIELD — Mount Greylock's superior depth came though on Tuesday down south. The Mounties (4-0) got a straight-set win at first singles by Josie Dalsin and Olivia Winters, followed by victories at second and third singles to overcome a thrilling loss at first singles. Mount Everett's Madeline VonRuden dropped her first set to Mia Van Deurzen, but came back to win 6-4, 6-4 in the second and third sets to take a first singles victory for the Eagles (2-2).

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Singles — 1. Madeline VonRuden (ME) def. Mia Van Deurzen 3-6, 6-4, 6-4; 2. Hannah Gilooly (MG) def. Shelby Tinker 6-2, 0-6; 3. Charlotte Sanford (MG) def. Nadia Makuc 6-0, 6-0.

Doubles — 1. Josie Dalsin/Olivia Winters (MG) def. Madison Tinker/Rochele Worth 6-3, 6-1; 2. Ava Simon/Piper Schulman (MG) def. 6-0, 7-6 (7-4).

Boys Lacrosse

Mount Greylock 18, Lee 7

LEE — Mount Greylock got another pair of monster outings from Michael Wellspeak and Taylor Cummings to power by Lee on the road.

The Mounties lead 5-1 after one quarter, only to see the Wildcats pull back within two by halftime. The visitors lit up Lee goalie Theo Weidinger's zone from there, though, pulling away in a hurry.

Weidinger made 25 saves, but Cummings (seven goals) and Wellspeak (seven assists) combined for 18 points and were unstoppable in the second half.

David Faulk made 10 stops for Greylock (3-2). Curt Wilton had a hat trick for the Wildcats (2-3), while Home Winston dropped off three assists.

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Greylock     5     1     5     7     —     18

Lee     1     3     1     2     —     7

Goals — MG: Taylor Cummings 7, Michael Wellspeak 3, Kyle Trottier 2, Mac Waynick 2, Sean Malloy 2, Isiah Locklear, Tate Kuster; L: Curt Wilton 3, Caleb Kollmer 2, Brock Baumann, Tag Roosa.

Assists — MG: Wellspeak 7, Cummings, Alex Falk; L: Homer Winston 3, Baumann 2, Kollmer.

Saves — MG: David Falk 10; L: Theo Weidinger 25.

McCann Tech 19, Central 2

NORTH ADAMS — Darian Tovani and Colby Ghidotti netted four goals a piece, as McCann Tech ran away with a major home decision over Springfield Central.

The Hornets busted out to a 9-0 lead after one quarter and pushed it to double digits by halftime.

Coach Paul Lange was happy to get some newer players a bunch of experience in the contest. Youngster Liam Politis secured a four-point game, while Jason Knapp, Brandon Demers and Tadan Bolte scored their first varsity goals. Bolte, a senior defenseman, earned player of the game honors.

"Even though our regulars dominated the score sheet, today was a great opportunity to get our newer players a lot of experience, including some opportunities to earn some points," Lange wrote in an email. "This is a nice league win for us, a good statement to make to the other teams in the Suburban League."

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Central     0     1     1     0     —     2

McCann     9     4     3     3     —     19

Goals — C: Marcus Crawford 2; MT: Darian Tovani 4, Colby Ghidotti 4, Zavier Martin-Levesque 2, Liam Politis, Brandon Sargent, Jason Knapp, Jason Delisle, Tadan Bolte, Brandon Demers, Darius Tovani.

Assists — MT: Delisle 3, Politis 2, Darius Tovani 2, Evan McAllister.

Saves — C: Daniel Duke 5; MT: Keegan Dellaghelfa 2, Rylie Fortini 4.

College Baseball

Williams 11, Southern Vermont 0

BENNINGTON, Vt. — Five different Williams hitters had two hits each, and the Ephs routed Southern Vermont in the last game between the two schools. Southern Vermont is closing at the end of the year.

Charlie Carpenter and six Williams relievers combined to pitch a three-hit shutout. Carpenter went the first three innings, giving up two hits and three walks, while striking out four.

Nehemiah Wilson picked up his first win, throwing a 1-2-3 fourth, with a strikeout for Williams (17-7).

Williams broke open a 3-0 game with eight runs in the top of the ninth inning. Southern Vermont reliever Bryan Padilla gave up eight runs on eight hits in the ninth.

Eric Pappas, Kellen Hatheway, Erik Mini, doug Schaffer and Mike Stamas all had two hits each for Williams. Mini scored two runs and Schaffer drove in three.

Williams has a non-league home game with Union Wednesday, and then goes to Hamilton for three games starting Friday.

Williams, Middlebury and Wesleyan are all 3-3 in the NESCAC West Division, while division-leading Amherst is 5-4.

Anna Maria 10, MCLA 1

WORCESTER — The Trailblazers were kept off-balance all day by Anna Maria starter Colin Pipkin. Pipkin registered the complete game, scattering six hits and just one run over nine innings. He struck out eight. On the other side, MCLA (9-22) used eight pitchers to give up 10 hits and 10 earned runs. Tyler Wade got hit for three runs in his one frame, the fourth, and was saddled with the loss. Mike Urbanski started and threw two scoreless, but was removed after that. Jake Ferrara drove in Austin Rachiele in the sixth for MCLA's lone run.

College Softball

Bridgewater sweeps MCLA

BRIDGEWATER — Bridgewater State controlled the day, besting MCLA twice; 9-1 and 7-4.

In the day's first game, MCLA surrendered four runs in the third inning, watching a 2-1 lead turn into a deficit that it could not come back from. Erica Quackenbush drove in one of her two runs in the top of the third, bringing the Trailblazers from down a run into the lead. She finished with two RBI and reached base three times. Kaitlyn Berghela was 3 for 3 with a double and scored twice. Kaylyn Holliday and Alanza Quinones had two hits a piece. Samantha Feinstein was tagged for 12 hits and seven earned runs in six innings. She falls to 6-8.

In the nightcap, the Trailblazers were held off the board until the sixth inning.

Starter Kara Adams (2-10) was knocked around for 16 hits, including five doubles and eight earned runs.

Chad Howes (4), Kyle Lee (3) and Joe Woronick. Phil Guest (4), Evan Sheridan (1/3), Dom Paris (2 1/3) and Derek Paris. W — Howes. L — Guest. 2B — W 2 (Luke Hescock, Gabe Verdi); MG 3 (Sheridan 2, Dan Buell).

Putnam 12, McCann Tech 7

NORTH ADAMS — McCann couldn't hang on to an early 3-0 in a home loss to Putnam.

The Hornets (4-3) benefit from three first-inning errors to plate three runs, but by the end of the third inning, Putnam had tied things back up. By the middle of the fifth, McCann was staring at an 11-3 hole.

Caleb Rondeau swatted a two-run double in the fifth and moved around to score himself, but it wasn't enough.

Rondeau was 2 for 3, reached base four times, scored three times and drove in two. Andrew Levesque had two hits as well, while Jared Blondin drove in two runs.

Matt Jette started and lasted just three innings, allowing five runs, though just two were earned. Keeghan Vidal three 2 2/3 innings of relief, allowing no earned runs.

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Putnam     003     351     0     —     12     8     4

McCann     300     003     1     —     7     6     3

Jovanni and Randy. Matt Jette (3), Jeremy Beany (1), Owen Gagne (1/3), Keeghan Vidal (2 2/3) and Andrew Koch. W — Jovanni. L — Jette. 2B — P (Andy); MT (Caleb Rondeau). 3B — P (Mikey).=

Tennis

Mount Greylock boys 3, Mount Everett 2

SHEFFIELD — Jacob Fink put down a pair of 6-1 sets to take first singles from Mount Everett and set the stage for a Mount Greylock (1-2) road win.

The host Eagles (0-2) got a win at second singles by Gray Duval, and another after a lengthy second doubles battle, but Nate Verter took third singles in straight sets and Ryan Narey and Finn Carothers secured the Mounties victory in the premiere doubles match.

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Singles — 1. Jacob Fink (MG) def. Cole Duval 6-1, 6-1; 2. Gray Duval (ME) def. Gabe Gerry 6-7 (4-7), 6-2, 6-2; 3. Nate Verter (MG) def. Ethan Benoit 6-3, 6-3.

Doubles — 1. Ryan Narey/Finn Carothers (MG) def. Matt Kane/Marc Gogel 6-0, 7-6 (7-3); 2. Isaiah Neski/Mickey Masters (ME) def. Troy Michalal/Ryan Keating 6-7 (3-7), 6-3, 7-6.

Mount Greylock girls 4, Mount Everett 1

SHEFFIELD — Mount Greylock's superior depth came though on Tuesday down south. The Mounties (4-0) got a straight-set win at first singles by Josie Dalsin and Olivia Winters, followed by victories at second and third singles to overcome a thrilling loss at first singles. Mount Everett's Madeline VonRuden dropped her first set to Mia Van Deurzen, but came back to win 6-4, 6-4 in the second and third sets to take a first singles victory for the Eagles (2-2).

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Singles — 1. Madeline VonRuden (ME) def. Mia Van Deurzen 3-6, 6-4, 6-4; 2. Hannah Gilooly (MG) def. Shelby Tinker 6-2, 0-6; 3. Charlotte Sanford (MG) def. Nadia Makuc 6-0, 6-0.

Doubles — 1. Josie Dalsin/Olivia Winters (MG) def. Madison Tinker/Rochele Worth 6-3, 6-1; 2. Ava Simon/Piper Schulman (MG) def. 6-0, 7-6 (7-4).

Boys Lacrosse

Mount Greylock 18, Lee 7

LEE — Mount Greylock got another pair of monster outings from Michael Wellspeak and Taylor Cummings to power by Lee on the road.

The Mounties lead 5-1 after one quarter, only to see the Wildcats pull back within two by halftime. The visitors lit up Lee goalie Theo Weidinger's zone from there, though, pulling away in a hurry.

Weidinger made 25 saves, but Cummings (seven goals) and Wellspeak (seven assists) combined for 18 points and were unstoppable in the second half.

David Faulk made 10 stops for Greylock (3-2). Curt Wilton had a hat trick for the Wildcats (2-3), while Home Winston dropped off three assists.

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Greylock     5     1     5     7     —     18

Lee     1     3     1     2     —     7

Goals — MG: Taylor Cummings 7, Michael Wellspeak 3, Kyle Trottier 2, Mac Waynick 2, Sean Malloy 2, Isiah Locklear, Tate Kuster; L: Curt Wilton 3, Caleb Kollmer 2, Brock Baumann, Tag Roosa.

Assists — MG: Wellspeak 7, Cummings, Alex Falk; L: Homer Winston 3, Baumann 2, Kollmer.

Saves — MG: David Falk 10; L: Theo Weidinger 25.

McCann Tech 19, Central 2

NORTH ADAMS — Darian Tovani and Colby Ghidotti netted four goals a piece, as McCann Tech ran away with a major home decision over Springfield Central.

The Hornets busted out to a 9-0 lead after one quarter and pushed it to double digits by halftime.

Coach Paul Lange was happy to get some newer players a bunch of experience in the contest. Youngster Liam Politis secured a four-point game, while Jason Knapp, Brandon Demers and Tadan Bolte scored their first varsity goals. Bolte, a senior defenseman, earned player of the game honors.

"Even though our regulars dominated the score sheet, today was a great opportunity to get our newer players a lot of experience, including some opportunities to earn some points," Lange wrote in an email. "This is a nice league win for us, a good statement to make to the other teams in the Suburban League."

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Central     0     1     1     0     —     2

McCann     9     4     3     3     —     19

Goals — C: Marcus Crawford 2; MT: Darian Tovani 4, Colby Ghidotti 4, Zavier Martin-Levesque 2, Liam Politis, Brandon Sargent, Jason Knapp, Jason Delisle, Tadan Bolte, Brandon Demers, Darius Tovani.

Assists — MT: Delisle 3, Politis 2, Darius Tovani 2, Evan McAllister.

Saves — C: Daniel Duke 5; MT: Keegan Dellaghelfa 2, Rylie Fortini 4.

College Baseball

Williams 11, Southern Vermont 0

BENNINGTON, Vt. — Five different Williams hitters had two hits each, and the Ephs routed Southern Vermont in the last game between the two schools. Southern Vermont is closing at the end of the year.

Charlie Carpenter and six Williams relievers combined to pitch a three-hit shutout. Carpenter went the first three innings, giving up two hits and three walks, while striking out four.

Nehemiah Wilson picked up his first win, throwing a 1-2-3 fourth, with a strikeout for Williams (17-7).

Williams broke open a 3-0 game with eight runs in the top of the ninth inning. Southern Vermont reliever Bryan Padilla gave up eight runs on eight hits in the ninth.

Eric Pappas, Kellen Hatheway, Erik Mini, doug Schaffer and Mike Stamas all had two hits each for Williams. Mini scored two runs and Schaffer drove in three.

Williams has a non-league home game with Union Wednesday, and then goes to Hamilton for three games starting Friday.

Williams, Middlebury and Wesleyan are all 3-3 in the NESCAC West Division, while division-leading Amherst is 5-4.

Anna Maria 10, MCLA 1

WORCESTER — The Trailblazers were kept off-balance all day by Anna Maria starter Colin Pipkin. Pipkin registered the complete game, scattering six hits and just one run over nine innings. He struck out eight. On the other side, MCLA (9-22) used eight pitchers to give up 10 hits and 10 earned runs. Tyler Wade got hit for three runs in his one frame, the fourth, and was saddled with the loss. Mike Urbanski started and threw two scoreless, but was removed after that. Jake Ferrara drove in Austin Rachiele in the sixth for MCLA's lone run.

College Softball

Bridgewater sweeps MCLA

BRIDGEWATER — Bridgewater State controlled the day, besting MCLA twice; 9-1 and 7-4.

In the day's first game, MCLA surrendered four runs in the third inning, watching a 2-1 lead turn into a deficit that it could not come back from. Erica Quackenbush drove in one of her two runs in the top of the third, bringing the Trailblazers from down a run into the lead. She finished with two RBI and reached base three times. Kaitlyn Berghela was 3 for 3 with a double and scored twice. Kaylyn Holliday and Alanza Quinones had two hits a piece. Samantha Feinstein was tagged for 12 hits and seven earned runs in six innings. She falls to 6-8.

In the nightcap, the Trailblazers were held off the board until the sixth inning.

Starter Kara Adams (2-10) was knocked around for 16 hits, including five doubles and eight earned runs.

McCann     300     003     1     —     7     6     3

Jovanni and Randy. Matt Jette (3), Jeremy Beany (1), Owen Gagne (1/3), Keeghan Vidal (2 2/3) and Andrew Koch. W — Jovanni. L — Jette. 2B — P (Andy); MT (Caleb Rondeau). 3B — P (Mikey).=

Tennis

Mount Greylock boys 3, Mount Everett 2

SHEFFIELD — Jacob Fink put down a pair of 6-1 sets to take first singles from Mount Everett and set the stage for a Mount Greylock (1-2) road win.

The host Eagles (0-2) got a win at second singles by Gray Duval, and another after a lengthy second doubles battle, but Nate Verter took third singles in straight sets and Ryan Narey and Finn Carothers secured the Mounties victory in the premiere doubles match.

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Singles — 1. Jacob Fink (MG) def. Cole Duval 6-1, 6-1; 2. Gray Duval (ME) def. Gabe Gerry 6-7 (4-7), 6-2, 6-2; 3. Nate Verter (MG) def. Ethan Benoit 6-3, 6-3.

Doubles — 1. Ryan Narey/Finn Carothers (MG) def. Matt Kane/Marc Gogel 6-0, 7-6 (7-3); 2. Isaiah Neski/Mickey Masters (ME) def. Troy Michalal/Ryan Keating 6-7 (3-7), 6-3, 7-6.

Mount Greylock girls 4, Mount Everett 1

SHEFFIELD — Mount Greylock's superior depth came though on Tuesday down south. The Mounties (4-0) got a straight-set win at first singles by Josie Dalsin and Olivia Winters, followed by victories at second and third singles to overcome a thrilling loss at first singles. Mount Everett's Madeline VonRuden dropped her first set to Mia Van Deurzen, but came back to win 6-4, 6-4 in the second and third sets to take a first singles victory for the Eagles (2-2).

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Singles — 1. Madeline VonRuden (ME) def. Mia Van Deurzen 3-6, 6-4, 6-4; 2. Hannah Gilooly (MG) def. Shelby Tinker 6-2, 0-6; 3. Charlotte Sanford (MG) def. Nadia Makuc 6-0, 6-0.

Doubles — 1. Josie Dalsin/Olivia Winters (MG) def. Madison Tinker/Rochele Worth 6-3, 6-1; 2. Ava Simon/Piper Schulman (MG) def. 6-0, 7-6 (7-4).

Boys Lacrosse

Mount Greylock 18, Lee 7

LEE — Mount Greylock got another pair of monster outings from Michael Wellspeak and Taylor Cummings to power by Lee on the road.

The Mounties lead 5-1 after one quarter, only to see the Wildcats pull back within two by halftime. The visitors lit up Lee goalie Theo Weidinger's zone from there, though, pulling away in a hurry.

Weidinger made 25 saves, but Cummings (seven goals) and Wellspeak (seven assists) combined for 18 points and were unstoppable in the second half.

David Faulk made 10 stops for Greylock (3-2). Curt Wilton had a hat trick for the Wildcats (2-3), while Home Winston dropped off three assists.

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Greylock     5     1     5     7     —     18

Lee     1     3     1     2     —     7

Goals — MG: Taylor Cummings 7, Michael Wellspeak 3, Kyle Trottier 2, Mac Waynick 2, Sean Malloy 2, Isiah Locklear, Tate Kuster; L: Curt Wilton 3, Caleb Kollmer 2, Brock Baumann, Tag Roosa.

Assists — MG: Wellspeak 7, Cummings, Alex Falk; L: Homer Winston 3, Baumann 2, Kollmer.

Saves — MG: David Falk 10; L: Theo Weidinger 25.

McCann Tech 19, Central 2

NORTH ADAMS — Darian Tovani and Colby Ghidotti netted four goals a piece, as McCann Tech ran away with a major home decision over Springfield Central.

The Hornets busted out to a 9-0 lead after one quarter and pushed it to double digits by halftime.

Coach Paul Lange was happy to get some newer players a bunch of experience in the contest. Youngster Liam Politis secured a four-point game, while Jason Knapp, Brandon Demers and Tadan Bolte scored their first varsity goals. Bolte, a senior defenseman, earned player of the game honors.

"Even though our regulars dominated the score sheet, today was a great opportunity to get our newer players a lot of experience, including some opportunities to earn some points," Lange wrote in an email. "This is a nice league win for us, a good statement to make to the other teams in the Suburban League."

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Central     0     1     1     0     —     2

McCann     9     4     3     3     —     19

Goals — C: Marcus Crawford 2; MT: Darian Tovani 4, Colby Ghidotti 4, Zavier Martin-Levesque 2, Liam Politis, Brandon Sargent, Jason Knapp, Jason Delisle, Tadan Bolte, Brandon Demers, Darius Tovani.

Assists — MT: Delisle 3, Politis 2, Darius Tovani 2, Evan McAllister.

Saves — C: Daniel Duke 5; MT: Keegan Dellaghelfa 2, Rylie Fortini 4.

College Baseball

Williams 11, Southern Vermont 0

BENNINGTON, Vt. — Five different Williams hitters had two hits each, and the Ephs routed Southern Vermont in the last game between the two schools. Southern Vermont is closing at the end of the year.

Charlie Carpenter and six Williams relievers combined to pitch a three-hit shutout. Carpenter went the first three innings, giving up two hits and three walks, while striking out four.

Nehemiah Wilson picked up his first win, throwing a 1-2-3 fourth, with a strikeout for Williams (17-7).

Williams broke open a 3-0 game with eight runs in the top of the ninth inning. Southern Vermont reliever Bryan Padilla gave up eight runs on eight hits in the ninth.

Eric Pappas, Kellen Hatheway, Erik Mini, doug Schaffer and Mike Stamas all had two hits each for Williams. Mini scored two runs and Schaffer drove in three.

Williams has a non-league home game with Union Wednesday, and then goes to Hamilton for three games starting Friday.

Williams, Middlebury and Wesleyan are all 3-3 in the NESCAC West Division, while division-leading Amherst is 5-4.

Anna Maria 10, MCLA 1

WORCESTER — The Trailblazers were kept off-balance all day by Anna Maria starter Colin Pipkin. Pipkin registered the complete game, scattering six hits and just one run over nine innings. He struck out eight. On the other side, MCLA (9-22) used eight pitchers to give up 10 hits and 10 earned runs. Tyler Wade got hit for three runs in his one frame, the fourth, and was saddled with the loss. Mike Urbanski started and threw two scoreless, but was removed after that. Jake Ferrara drove in Austin Rachiele in the sixth for MCLA's lone run.

College Softball

Bridgewater sweeps MCLA

BRIDGEWATER — Bridgewater State controlled the day, besting MCLA twice; 9-1 and 7-4.

In the day's first game, MCLA surrendered four runs in the third inning, watching a 2-1 lead turn into a deficit that it could not come back from. Erica Quackenbush drove in one of her two runs in the top of the third, bringing the Trailblazers from down a run into the lead. She finished with two RBI and reached base three times. Kaitlyn Berghela was 3 for 3 with a double and scored twice. Kaylyn Holliday and Alanza Quinones had two hits a piece. Samantha Feinstein was tagged for 12 hits and seven earned runs in six innings. She falls to 6-8.

In the nightcap, the Trailblazers were held off the board until the sixth inning.

Starter Kara Adams (2-10) was knocked around for 16 hits, including five doubles and eight earned runs.

Jovanni and Randy. Matt Jette (3), Jeremy Beany (1), Owen Gagne (1/3), Keeghan Vidal (2 2/3) and Andrew Koch. W — Jovanni. L — Jette. 2B — P (Andy); MT (Caleb Rondeau). 3B — P (Mikey).=

Tennis

Mount Greylock boys 3, Mount Everett 2

SHEFFIELD — Jacob Fink put down a pair of 6-1 sets to take first singles from Mount Everett and set the stage for a Mount Greylock (1-2) road win.

The host Eagles (0-2) got a win at second singles by Gray Duval, and another after a lengthy second doubles battle, but Nate Verter took third singles in straight sets and Ryan Narey and Finn Carothers secured the Mounties victory in the premiere doubles match.

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Singles — 1. Jacob Fink (MG) def. Cole Duval 6-1, 6-1; 2. Gray Duval (ME) def. Gabe Gerry 6-7 (4-7), 6-2, 6-2; 3. Nate Verter (MG) def. Ethan Benoit 6-3, 6-3.

Doubles — 1. Ryan Narey/Finn Carothers (MG) def. Matt Kane/Marc Gogel 6-0, 7-6 (7-3); 2. Isaiah Neski/Mickey Masters (ME) def. Troy Michalal/Ryan Keating 6-7 (3-7), 6-3, 7-6.

Mount Greylock girls 4, Mount Everett 1

SHEFFIELD — Mount Greylock's superior depth came though on Tuesday down south. The Mounties (4-0) got a straight-set win at first singles by Josie Dalsin and Olivia Winters, followed by victories at second and third singles to overcome a thrilling loss at first singles. Mount Everett's Madeline VonRuden dropped her first set to Mia Van Deurzen, but came back to win 6-4, 6-4 in the second and third sets to take a first singles victory for the Eagles (2-2).

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Singles — 1. Madeline VonRuden (ME) def. Mia Van Deurzen 3-6, 6-4, 6-4; 2. Hannah Gilooly (MG) def. Shelby Tinker 6-2, 0-6; 3. Charlotte Sanford (MG) def. Nadia Makuc 6-0, 6-0.

Doubles — 1. Josie Dalsin/Olivia Winters (MG) def. Madison Tinker/Rochele Worth 6-3, 6-1; 2. Ava Simon/Piper Schulman (MG) def. 6-0, 7-6 (7-4).

Boys Lacrosse

Mount Greylock 18, Lee 7

LEE — Mount Greylock got another pair of monster outings from Michael Wellspeak and Taylor Cummings to power by Lee on the road.

The Mounties lead 5-1 after one quarter, only to see the Wildcats pull back within two by halftime. The visitors lit up Lee goalie Theo Weidinger's zone from there, though, pulling away in a hurry.

Weidinger made 25 saves, but Cummings (seven goals) and Wellspeak (seven assists) combined for 18 points and were unstoppable in the second half.

David Faulk made 10 stops for Greylock (3-2). Curt Wilton had a hat trick for the Wildcats (2-3), while Home Winston dropped off three assists.

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Greylock     5     1     5     7     —     18

Lee     1     3     1     2     —     7

Goals — MG: Taylor Cummings 7, Michael Wellspeak 3, Kyle Trottier 2, Mac Waynick 2, Sean Malloy 2, Isiah Locklear, Tate Kuster; L: Curt Wilton 3, Caleb Kollmer 2, Brock Baumann, Tag Roosa.

Assists — MG: Wellspeak 7, Cummings, Alex Falk; L: Homer Winston 3, Baumann 2, Kollmer.

Saves — MG: David Falk 10; L: Theo Weidinger 25.

McCann Tech 19, Central 2

NORTH ADAMS — Darian Tovani and Colby Ghidotti netted four goals a piece, as McCann Tech ran away with a major home decision over Springfield Central.

The Hornets busted out to a 9-0 lead after one quarter and pushed it to double digits by halftime.

Coach Paul Lange was happy to get some newer players a bunch of experience in the contest. Youngster Liam Politis secured a four-point game, while Jason Knapp, Brandon Demers and Tadan Bolte scored their first varsity goals. Bolte, a senior defenseman, earned player of the game honors.

"Even though our regulars dominated the score sheet, today was a great opportunity to get our newer players a lot of experience, including some opportunities to earn some points," Lange wrote in an email. "This is a nice league win for us, a good statement to make to the other teams in the Suburban League."

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Central     0     1     1     0     —     2

McCann     9     4     3     3     —     19

Goals — C: Marcus Crawford 2; MT: Darian Tovani 4, Colby Ghidotti 4, Zavier Martin-Levesque 2, Liam Politis, Brandon Sargent, Jason Knapp, Jason Delisle, Tadan Bolte, Brandon Demers, Darius Tovani.

Assists — MT: Delisle 3, Politis 2, Darius Tovani 2, Evan McAllister.

Saves — C: Daniel Duke 5; MT: Keegan Dellaghelfa 2, Rylie Fortini 4.

College Baseball

Williams 11, Southern Vermont 0

BENNINGTON, Vt. — Five different Williams hitters had two hits each, and the Ephs routed Southern Vermont in the last game between the two schools. Southern Vermont is closing at the end of the year.

Charlie Carpenter and six Williams relievers combined to pitch a three-hit shutout. Carpenter went the first three innings, giving up two hits and three walks, while striking out four.

Nehemiah Wilson picked up his first win, throwing a 1-2-3 fourth, with a strikeout for Williams (17-7).

Williams broke open a 3-0 game with eight runs in the top of the ninth inning. Southern Vermont reliever Bryan Padilla gave up eight runs on eight hits in the ninth.

Eric Pappas, Kellen Hatheway, Erik Mini, doug Schaffer and Mike Stamas all had two hits each for Williams. Mini scored two runs and Schaffer drove in three.

Williams has a non-league home game with Union Wednesday, and then goes to Hamilton for three games starting Friday.

Williams, Middlebury and Wesleyan are all 3-3 in the NESCAC West Division, while division-leading Amherst is 5-4.

Anna Maria 10, MCLA 1

WORCESTER — The Trailblazers were kept off-balance all day by Anna Maria starter Colin Pipkin. Pipkin registered the complete game, scattering six hits and just one run over nine innings. He struck out eight. On the other side, MCLA (9-22) used eight pitchers to give up 10 hits and 10 earned runs. Tyler Wade got hit for three runs in his one frame, the fourth, and was saddled with the loss. Mike Urbanski started and threw two scoreless, but was removed after that. Jake Ferrara drove in Austin Rachiele in the sixth for MCLA's lone run.

College Softball

Bridgewater sweeps MCLA

BRIDGEWATER — Bridgewater State controlled the day, besting MCLA twice; 9-1 and 7-4.

In the day's first game, MCLA surrendered four runs in the third inning, watching a 2-1 lead turn into a deficit that it could not come back from. Erica Quackenbush drove in one of her two runs in the top of the third, bringing the Trailblazers from down a run into the lead. She finished with two RBI and reached base three times. Kaitlyn Berghela was 3 for 3 with a double and scored twice. Kaylyn Holliday and Alanza Quinones had two hits a piece. Samantha Feinstein was tagged for 12 hits and seven earned runs in six innings. She falls to 6-8.

In the nightcap, the Trailblazers were held off the board until the sixth inning.

Starter Kara Adams (2-10) was knocked around for 16 hits, including five doubles and eight earned runs.

Lee     1     3     1     2     —     7

Goals — MG: Taylor Cummings 7, Michael Wellspeak 3, Kyle Trottier 2, Mac Waynick 2, Sean Malloy 2, Isiah Locklear, Tate Kuster; L: Curt Wilton 3, Caleb Kollmer 2, Brock Baumann, Tag Roosa.

Assists — MG: Wellspeak 7, Cummings, Alex Falk; L: Homer Winston 3, Baumann 2, Kollmer.

Saves — MG: David Falk 10; L: Theo Weidinger 25.

McCann Tech 19, Central 2

NORTH ADAMS — Darian Tovani and Colby Ghidotti netted four goals a piece, as McCann Tech ran away with a major home decision over Springfield Central.

The Hornets busted out to a 9-0 lead after one quarter and pushed it to double digits by halftime.

Coach Paul Lange was happy to get some newer players a bunch of experience in the contest. Youngster Liam Politis secured a four-point game, while Jason Knapp, Brandon Demers and Tadan Bolte scored their first varsity goals. Bolte, a senior defenseman, earned player of the game honors.

"Even though our regulars dominated the score sheet, today was a great opportunity to get our newer players a lot of experience, including some opportunities to earn some points," Lange wrote in an email. "This is a nice league win for us, a good statement to make to the other teams in the Suburban League."

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Central     0     1     1     0     —     2

McCann     9     4     3     3     —     19

Goals — C: Marcus Crawford 2; MT: Darian Tovani 4, Colby Ghidotti 4, Zavier Martin-Levesque 2, Liam Politis, Brandon Sargent, Jason Knapp, Jason Delisle, Tadan Bolte, Brandon Demers, Darius Tovani.

Assists — MT: Delisle 3, Politis 2, Darius Tovani 2, Evan McAllister.

Saves — C: Daniel Duke 5; MT: Keegan Dellaghelfa 2, Rylie Fortini 4.

College Baseball

Williams 11, Southern Vermont 0

BENNINGTON, Vt. — Five different Williams hitters had two hits each, and the Ephs routed Southern Vermont in the last game between the two schools. Southern Vermont is closing at the end of the year.

Charlie Carpenter and six Williams relievers combined to pitch a three-hit shutout. Carpenter went the first three innings, giving up two hits and three walks, while striking out four.

Nehemiah Wilson picked up his first win, throwing a 1-2-3 fourth, with a strikeout for Williams (17-7).

Williams broke open a 3-0 game with eight runs in the top of the ninth inning. Southern Vermont reliever Bryan Padilla gave up eight runs on eight hits in the ninth.

Eric Pappas, Kellen Hatheway, Erik Mini, doug Schaffer and Mike Stamas all had two hits each for Williams. Mini scored two runs and Schaffer drove in three.

Williams has a non-league home game with Union Wednesday, and then goes to Hamilton for three games starting Friday.

Williams, Middlebury and Wesleyan are all 3-3 in the NESCAC West Division, while division-leading Amherst is 5-4.

Anna Maria 10, MCLA 1

WORCESTER — The Trailblazers were kept off-balance all day by Anna Maria starter Colin Pipkin. Pipkin registered the complete game, scattering six hits and just one run over nine innings. He struck out eight. On the other side, MCLA (9-22) used eight pitchers to give up 10 hits and 10 earned runs. Tyler Wade got hit for three runs in his one frame, the fourth, and was saddled with the loss. Mike Urbanski started and threw two scoreless, but was removed after that. Jake Ferrara drove in Austin Rachiele in the sixth for MCLA's lone run.

College Softball

Bridgewater sweeps MCLA

BRIDGEWATER — Bridgewater State controlled the day, besting MCLA twice; 9-1 and 7-4.

In the day's first game, MCLA surrendered four runs in the third inning, watching a 2-1 lead turn into a deficit that it could not come back from. Erica Quackenbush drove in one of her two runs in the top of the third, bringing the Trailblazers from down a run into the lead. She finished with two RBI and reached base three times. Kaitlyn Berghela was 3 for 3 with a double and scored twice. Kaylyn Holliday and Alanza Quinones had two hits a piece. Samantha Feinstein was tagged for 12 hits and seven earned runs in six innings. She falls to 6-8.

In the nightcap, the Trailblazers were held off the board until the sixth inning.

Starter Kara Adams (2-10) was knocked around for 16 hits, including five doubles and eight earned runs.

Goals — MG: Taylor Cummings 7, Michael Wellspeak 3, Kyle Trottier 2, Mac Waynick 2, Sean Malloy 2, Isiah Locklear, Tate Kuster; L: Curt Wilton 3, Caleb Kollmer 2, Brock Baumann, Tag Roosa.

Assists — MG: Wellspeak 7, Cummings, Alex Falk; L: Homer Winston 3, Baumann 2, Kollmer.

Saves — MG: David Falk 10; L: Theo Weidinger 25.

McCann Tech 19, Central 2

NORTH ADAMS — Darian Tovani and Colby Ghidotti netted four goals a piece, as McCann Tech ran away with a major home decision over Springfield Central.

The Hornets busted out to a 9-0 lead after one quarter and pushed it to double digits by halftime.

Coach Paul Lange was happy to get some newer players a bunch of experience in the contest. Youngster Liam Politis secured a four-point game, while Jason Knapp, Brandon Demers and Tadan Bolte scored their first varsity goals. Bolte, a senior defenseman, earned player of the game honors.

"Even though our regulars dominated the score sheet, today was a great opportunity to get our newer players a lot of experience, including some opportunities to earn some points," Lange wrote in an email. "This is a nice league win for us, a good statement to make to the other teams in the Suburban League."

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Central     0     1     1     0     —     2

McCann     9     4     3     3     —     19

Goals — C: Marcus Crawford 2; MT: Darian Tovani 4, Colby Ghidotti 4, Zavier Martin-Levesque 2, Liam Politis, Brandon Sargent, Jason Knapp, Jason Delisle, Tadan Bolte, Brandon Demers, Darius Tovani.

Assists — MT: Delisle 3, Politis 2, Darius Tovani 2, Evan McAllister.

Saves — C: Daniel Duke 5; MT: Keegan Dellaghelfa 2, Rylie Fortini 4.

College Baseball

Williams 11, Southern Vermont 0

BENNINGTON, Vt. — Five different Williams hitters had two hits each, and the Ephs routed Southern Vermont in the last game between the two schools. Southern Vermont is closing at the end of the year.

Charlie Carpenter and six Williams relievers combined to pitch a three-hit shutout. Carpenter went the first three innings, giving up two hits and three walks, while striking out four.

Nehemiah Wilson picked up his first win, throwing a 1-2-3 fourth, with a strikeout for Williams (17-7).

Williams broke open a 3-0 game with eight runs in the top of the ninth inning. Southern Vermont reliever Bryan Padilla gave up eight runs on eight hits in the ninth.

Eric Pappas, Kellen Hatheway, Erik Mini, doug Schaffer and Mike Stamas all had two hits each for Williams. Mini scored two runs and Schaffer drove in three.

Williams has a non-league home game with Union Wednesday, and then goes to Hamilton for three games starting Friday.

Williams, Middlebury and Wesleyan are all 3-3 in the NESCAC West Division, while division-leading Amherst is 5-4.

Anna Maria 10, MCLA 1

WORCESTER — The Trailblazers were kept off-balance all day by Anna Maria starter Colin Pipkin. Pipkin registered the complete game, scattering six hits and just one run over nine innings. He struck out eight. On the other side, MCLA (9-22) used eight pitchers to give up 10 hits and 10 earned runs. Tyler Wade got hit for three runs in his one frame, the fourth, and was saddled with the loss. Mike Urbanski started and threw two scoreless, but was removed after that. Jake Ferrara drove in Austin Rachiele in the sixth for MCLA's lone run.

College Softball

Bridgewater sweeps MCLA

BRIDGEWATER — Bridgewater State controlled the day, besting MCLA twice; 9-1 and 7-4.

In the day's first game, MCLA surrendered four runs in the third inning, watching a 2-1 lead turn into a deficit that it could not come back from. Erica Quackenbush drove in one of her two runs in the top of the third, bringing the Trailblazers from down a run into the lead. She finished with two RBI and reached base three times. Kaitlyn Berghela was 3 for 3 with a double and scored twice. Kaylyn Holliday and Alanza Quinones had two hits a piece. Samantha Feinstein was tagged for 12 hits and seven earned runs in six innings. She falls to 6-8.

In the nightcap, the Trailblazers were held off the board until the sixth inning.

Starter Kara Adams (2-10) was knocked around for 16 hits, including five doubles and eight earned runs.

McCann     9     4     3     3     —     19

Goals — C: Marcus Crawford 2; MT: Darian Tovani 4, Colby Ghidotti 4, Zavier Martin-Levesque 2, Liam Politis, Brandon Sargent, Jason Knapp, Jason Delisle, Tadan Bolte, Brandon Demers, Darius Tovani.

Assists — MT: Delisle 3, Politis 2, Darius Tovani 2, Evan McAllister.

Saves — C: Daniel Duke 5; MT: Keegan Dellaghelfa 2, Rylie Fortini 4.

College Baseball

Williams 11, Southern Vermont 0

BENNINGTON, Vt. — Five different Williams hitters had two hits each, and the Ephs routed Southern Vermont in the last game between the two schools. Southern Vermont is closing at the end of the year.

Charlie Carpenter and six Williams relievers combined to pitch a three-hit shutout. Carpenter went the first three innings, giving up two hits and three walks, while striking out four.

Nehemiah Wilson picked up his first win, throwing a 1-2-3 fourth, with a strikeout for Williams (17-7).

Williams broke open a 3-0 game with eight runs in the top of the ninth inning. Southern Vermont reliever Bryan Padilla gave up eight runs on eight hits in the ninth.

Eric Pappas, Kellen Hatheway, Erik Mini, doug Schaffer and Mike Stamas all had two hits each for Williams. Mini scored two runs and Schaffer drove in three.

Williams has a non-league home game with Union Wednesday, and then goes to Hamilton for three games starting Friday.

Williams, Middlebury and Wesleyan are all 3-3 in the NESCAC West Division, while division-leading Amherst is 5-4.

Anna Maria 10, MCLA 1

WORCESTER — The Trailblazers were kept off-balance all day by Anna Maria starter Colin Pipkin. Pipkin registered the complete game, scattering six hits and just one run over nine innings. He struck out eight. On the other side, MCLA (9-22) used eight pitchers to give up 10 hits and 10 earned runs. Tyler Wade got hit for three runs in his one frame, the fourth, and was saddled with the loss. Mike Urbanski started and threw two scoreless, but was removed after that. Jake Ferrara drove in Austin Rachiele in the sixth for MCLA's lone run.

College Softball

Bridgewater sweeps MCLA

BRIDGEWATER — Bridgewater State controlled the day, besting MCLA twice; 9-1 and 7-4.

In the day's first game, MCLA surrendered four runs in the third inning, watching a 2-1 lead turn into a deficit that it could not come back from. Erica Quackenbush drove in one of her two runs in the top of the third, bringing the Trailblazers from down a run into the lead. She finished with two RBI and reached base three times. Kaitlyn Berghela was 3 for 3 with a double and scored twice. Kaylyn Holliday and Alanza Quinones had two hits a piece. Samantha Feinstein was tagged for 12 hits and seven earned runs in six innings. She falls to 6-8.

In the nightcap, the Trailblazers were held off the board until the sixth inning.

Starter Kara Adams (2-10) was knocked around for 16 hits, including five doubles and eight earned runs.

Goals — C: Marcus Crawford 2; MT: Darian Tovani 4, Colby Ghidotti 4, Zavier Martin-Levesque 2, Liam Politis, Brandon Sargent, Jason Knapp, Jason Delisle, Tadan Bolte, Brandon Demers, Darius Tovani.

Assists — MT: Delisle 3, Politis 2, Darius Tovani 2, Evan McAllister.

Saves — C: Daniel Duke 5; MT: Keegan Dellaghelfa 2, Rylie Fortini 4.

College Baseball

Williams 11, Southern Vermont 0

BENNINGTON, Vt. — Five different Williams hitters had two hits each, and the Ephs routed Southern Vermont in the last game between the two schools. Southern Vermont is closing at the end of the year.

Charlie Carpenter and six Williams relievers combined to pitch a three-hit shutout. Carpenter went the first three innings, giving up two hits and three walks, while striking out four.

Nehemiah Wilson picked up his first win, throwing a 1-2-3 fourth, with a strikeout for Williams (17-7).

Williams broke open a 3-0 game with eight runs in the top of the ninth inning. Southern Vermont reliever Bryan Padilla gave up eight runs on eight hits in the ninth.

Eric Pappas, Kellen Hatheway, Erik Mini, doug Schaffer and Mike Stamas all had two hits each for Williams. Mini scored two runs and Schaffer drove in three.

Williams has a non-league home game with Union Wednesday, and then goes to Hamilton for three games starting Friday.

Williams, Middlebury and Wesleyan are all 3-3 in the NESCAC West Division, while division-leading Amherst is 5-4.

Anna Maria 10, MCLA 1

WORCESTER — The Trailblazers were kept off-balance all day by Anna Maria starter Colin Pipkin. Pipkin registered the complete game, scattering six hits and just one run over nine innings. He struck out eight. On the other side, MCLA (9-22) used eight pitchers to give up 10 hits and 10 earned runs. Tyler Wade got hit for three runs in his one frame, the fourth, and was saddled with the loss. Mike Urbanski started and threw two scoreless, but was removed after that. Jake Ferrara drove in Austin Rachiele in the sixth for MCLA's lone run.

College Softball

Bridgewater sweeps MCLA

BRIDGEWATER — Bridgewater State controlled the day, besting MCLA twice; 9-1 and 7-4.

In the day's first game, MCLA surrendered four runs in the third inning, watching a 2-1 lead turn into a deficit that it could not come back from. Erica Quackenbush drove in one of her two runs in the top of the third, bringing the Trailblazers from down a run into the lead. She finished with two RBI and reached base three times. Kaitlyn Berghela was 3 for 3 with a double and scored twice. Kaylyn Holliday and Alanza Quinones had two hits a piece. Samantha Feinstein was tagged for 12 hits and seven earned runs in six innings. She falls to 6-8.

In the nightcap, the Trailblazers were held off the board until the sixth inning.

Starter Kara Adams (2-10) was knocked around for 16 hits, including five doubles and eight earned runs.


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