Roundup: Wahconah girls soccer team hands Monument Mountain first loss

Berkshire Eagle staff

DALTON — As far as Berkshire County victories go, it doesn't get a whole lot better than what the Wahconah girls soccer team did Wednesday night.

Noelle Furlong broke a scoreless tie in the second half and goalkeeper Sage Howes had nine saves for the clean sheet as the Warriors beat the Spartans 1-0, handing Monument (7-1) its first loss of the year.

"They did a great job as a team," Wahconah coach Meg Smith said. "They worked the ball out of the back, they moved it forward, they were there for each other. The also won 50-50 balls."

After a scoreless first half, the Warriors (7-3-1) broke the shutout when Furlong converted a pass from Allison Washburn, and hit a low, hard shot from about 10 yards out that beat Monument keeper Helen Pajeski.

The Warriors are now 3-0-1 in their last four contests.


Monument Mountain     0     0     —     0

Wahconah     0     1     —     1

Second Half

W — Noelle Furlong (Allison Washburn), 47:17.

Saves — MM: Helen Pajeski 11. W: Sage Howes 9.

Lee 4, Taconic 1

LEE — Lena Simone had a hat trick for host Lee (3-7, 1-4 Berkshire South).

Simone scored her first goal at 16:05, and then scored her team's final two goals in the second half.

Ashlynn Healey had Taconic's (3-7, 2-2) goal.


Taconic     1     0     —     1

Lee     2     2     —     4

First Half

L — Ellie Miller (UA), 16:48. L — Lena Simone (UA), 26:05.

Second Half

L — Simone (Ann Macchi), 43:28. L — Simone (Emma Puleri), 52:44.

Saves — T: Leeyia Hoose 6. L: Halle Miller 8.

Lenox 5, Mount Everett 1

SHEFFIELD — The Millionaires (9-1-1, 5-0-0) got four goals from four different players in the first half to beat the Eagles (1-6-1, 1-3-0).

Nicole Gamberoni scored a pair — one in either half — while Abby Schilling had a goal and two assists.

Hudah Ngoy-Nkulu scored the lone goal for Mount Everett.

"Despite the score, we played well offensively, creating many goal-scoring opportunities," Eagles coach Jess Murtagh wrote in an emial. "We were mismatched defensively, Abby and Nicole both are very talented players."


Lenox     4     1     —     5

Everett     0     1     —     1

First Half

L — Abby Schilling (Mary Elliot), 9:00. L — Nicole Gamberoni (Schilling), 17:00. L — Shelby Lynch (Schilling), 30:00. L — Solia Herndon-Schmidt (UA), 37:00.

Second Half

ME — Hudah Ngoy-Nkulu (UA), 54:00. L — Gamberoni (UA), 76:00.

Saves — L: Taylor Knight 1, Abby Schilling 6. ME: Madison Ullrich 14.

Boys Soccer

Mount Greylock 4, Monument Mountain 1

WILLIAMSTOWN — After the Mounties and Spartans played to a first-half stalemate, the Mount Greylock offense exploded in the second half to drop its Berkshire North rival.

Four different players scored for Greylock in the win. Toby Foehl had a goal and an assist, and Finn Welch had a pair of assists for Greylock (3-5-1, 3-1-1 Berkshire North).

For Monument (6-3-1, 3-2-0), its lone goal came on an own goal.

Greylock outshot Monument 16-1 overall, and 8-1 on target in the win.


Monument     0     1     —     1

Greylock     0     4     —     4

Goals — MM: Own Goal. MG: Julius Munemo, Emi Soza-Foias, Leo Rossiter, Toby Foehl.

Assists — MG: Finn Welch 2, Will Reynolds, Foehl.

Saves — MM: Rhys Curtis 4. MG: David Falk 1.

Hoosac Valley 4, McCann Tech 1

ADAMS — Dan Pompi scored two goals as the Hurricanes (4-5) picked up their second win in as many days.

Pompi also added an assist, while Evan Norcross and Jake Halverson also found the back of the net.

Connor Griswold scored the lone goal for McCann (2-8-1).


Goals — MT: Connor Griswold. HV: Dan Pompi 2, Evan Norcross, Jake Halverson.

Assists — MT: Justin Chen. HV: Pompi, Ivan Liang, Aiden Maturski.

Sabis 2, Lenox 1

LENOX — Sabis won its fifth straight, knocking off Lenox (4-7-1). No other information was available at press time.

High School Golf

Lee 168, Mount Everett 197

GREAT BARRINGTON — Nine times, the Lee golf team has taken to the course. Nine times, Thomas Fraser has been medalist.

The Lee senior shot even-par 34 at Egremont Country Club as the Wildcats (6-3) got the better of host Mount Everett.

Fraser started his day with bogeys on two of the first three holes. But he responded nicely, getting a birdie on the par-5 fifth hole, the par-3 sixth and the par-3 ninth.

Lee's three other scoring golfers all shot within two strokes of each other.


MOUNT EVERETT (197) — Colby Stevens 60, Spencer Broderick 48, Cooper Rothvoss 43, Tucker Wilkinson 60, Jack Seward 53, Kolby Bleau 53.

LEE (168) — Thomas Fraser 34, Dylan Boomsma 52, Dylan Ely 46, Camden Redstone 44, Colin Durken 44, Adam Dingman 49.

Birdies — Fraser, No. 5, No. 6, No. 9

Hoosac Valley 162, Pittsfield 198

ADAMS — The Hoosac Valley golf team (12-1) keeps rolling right along.

Derek Alibozek shot a 2-over-par 37 at Forest Park Country Club to earn medalist honors as the host Hurricanes beat Pittsfield.

Alibozek birdied the par-4 third hole, while teammate Hayden Grimes birdied the par-4 fifth.

Hoosac had all four of its scoring golfers finish within seven shots of each other. Two of the other three were within four shots of Alibozek.


HOOSAC VALLEY (162) — Henry Sniezek 40, Derek Alibozek 37, Hayden Grimes 44, Luc Trombley 41, Corben Craig 45, Zach Swistak 54.

PITTSFIELD (198) — Liam Fitzgibbons 42, Lucien Lamoureaux 56, Quinn Kearns 56, Hayden Plouffe 48, Jeff Werhan 52.

Birdies — Alibozek, No. 3; Grimes, No. 5.

Taconic 171, Mount Greylock 205

PITTSFIELD — Host Taconic beat Mount Greylock at Berkshire Hills Country Club.

Connor Champoux was the medalist with a 39 on the day, while teammate Nate Murphy fired a 43 with a birdie on No. 5 and Andrew King shot a 44.

For Greylock, Ben Prescott shot a 48.

Taconic is now 7-6.



Brayden Smith 50, Ben Prescott 48, Owen Potropolus 57, Caden Conry 58, Lily Defreitas 50, Nicole Overbaugh 59.


Connor Champoux 39, Nate Murphy 43, Nick Slocik 60, Seamus Hayes 45, Derek Wurtemburger 55, Andrew King 44.

Birdies — T: Murphy on No. 5.


Mount Greylock 3, Mount Everett 0

WILLIAMSTOWN — Ten different Mounties recorded an ace and 11 had at least one kill as the Mounties rolled to a 25-11, 25-14 and 25-8 win over the Eagles.

Marley Buffis had eight kills, eight digs and five aces, Lucy Sheppard had seven kills and four aces, Gabby Alvarez had two aces and nine assists, and Maddie Albert had five kills, four aces and nine assists for the Mounties (10-3).

"Mount Greylock, with [eight] Seniors, used its experience to take the match against a young Mount Everett squad," Greylock coach Greg Geyer wrote in an email.

For Everett (2-8), Lizzy Sarnacki had an ace and three digs, Ashley Atwood had an ace, a dig and two kills, and Laynie Mullen had two digs and an assist.

Lee 3, Taconic 0

LEE — For the second time in as many days, the host Wildcats (11-1) swept their opponent. The scores against Taconic were 25-9, 25-21, 25-14.

Suriana Lee led the wildcats with 24 assists and a block, while Bailey Thomas had 16 kills and two blocks and Anna Wang chipped in with 14 digs.

"We turned it on when we had to," Lee coach John Warner said.

Taconic (1-10) was paced by Delaney Ivas, who had 10 digs, four blocks and three kills. Ava Sinopoli had 14 service points and Julianna Huxtable had two kills.

Tuesday's late results

Mount Everett 169, Monument Mountain 177

GREAT BARRINGTON — Visiting Monument Mountain turned in a season-low score on Tuesday afternoon. Unfortunately for the Spartans, so did the Eagles.

"They had one really spectacular score," Monument coach Ed Locke said. "Their No. 1 and 2 players played very well."

Colby Stevens was medalist, shooting a 3-over-par 37 at Egremont Country Club. Stevens birdied the seventh hole.


MONUMENT MOUNTAIN (177) — Curt Wilton 44, Brady Whalen 45, Peter Free 59, Ben Shultis 46, Max Joyner 42, Bradley Mead 56.

MOUNT EVERETT (169) — Colby Stevens 37, Spencer Broderick 42, Cooper Rothvoss 44, Tucker Wilkinson 47, Jack Seward 46, Kolby Bleau 50.

Birdies — Stevens, No. 7; Wilkinson, No. 9.

McCann Tech 19, Mohawk 5

ADAMS — At Forest Park on Tuesday, host McCann won five of the six matches against Mohawk. Four of them ended 4-0 for the Hornets.

Ryan Baran was medalist, shooting a 42.


MT — Ryan Baran (42) def. Will Guyette (53) 4-0.

MT — Matt Jette (47) def. Tristan Lacrosse (48) 3-1.

MT — Chris Rose (45) def. Andy Robertson (57) 4-0.

Moh — Ben Thompson (53) def. Nash Morin (60) 4-0

MT — Dalton Tatro (49) def. Aiden Drury (80) 4-0.

MT — Sam Ingalls (47) def. Gage Patenaude (78) 4-0.


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