Soccer roundup: Monument Mountain, Lenox girls teams record narrow wins

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GREAT BARRINGTON — The Monument Mountain girls soccer team utilized a pair of first-half goals to fend off Hoosac Valley, 2-1, on Tuesday night.

Both Monument goals came inside the final six minutes of the first half. Fiona Horan scored first, then set up Molly Flynn.

In the second half, Natalie Pompi scored on a pass from Sydney Jamross to halve the deficit, but the Hurricanes couldn't find an equalizer.

Monument is now 2-2-0 and 1-1-0 in the Berkshire North, while Hoosac is 1-2-0 and 0-1-0.

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Hoosac     0     1     —     1

Monument     2     0     —     2

First Half

MM — Fiona Horan (unassisted), 5:55. MM — Molly Flynn (Horan), 3:25.

Second Half

HV — Natalie Pompi (Sydney Jamross), 20:07.

Saves — HV: Gabby Billetz, N/A. MM: Helen Pajeski, N/A.

Lenox 1, Easthampton 0

LENOX — Under the lights at home, Erin Czelusniak scored in the 69th minute to lift her Lenox girls soccer team to a win over Easthampton.

Solia Herndon-Schmid assisted the goal, and Taylor Knight made it stand up by recording 10 saves to get the clean sheet.

"It was a competitive game with both teams getting some chances," Lenox coach Kyle Zinchuk wrote in an email. "Fortunately, we were able to convert on one of ours in the second half. I think we were able to put some more pressure on them in the second half and keep the ball in their end of the field, allowing us to generate more opportunities."

Lenox is now 4-1-0 after the victory.

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E'hampton     0     0     —     0

Lenox     0     1     —     1

Second Half

L — Erin Czelusniak (Solia Herndon-Schmid), 69:00.

Saves — E: Abby Coleman 10. L: Taylor Knight 10.

Lee 6, Greenfield 3

LEE — The Wildcats got two quick goals from Ellie Miller and Caroline Maloney to take a lead on Greenfield, then Maloney hit a penalty kick with 4:55 to go to seal up the win.

Bella Lovato had six saves for Lee (2-0-1).

Wahconah 8, Taconic 1

DALTON — The Warriors (2-1-1) broke open a one-goal game at halftime to roll to victory.

Noelle Furlong, Chloe Accardi and Jilly Cote each had two goals in the win, while Katie Roynane had two assists.

Taea Bramer hit a free kick for Taconic (0-6-0) that tied the game up at 1-1 in the first half, with Cote scoring right before the half to put Wahconah up 2-1.

"We talked about playing as a unit and playing with consistency and urgency, and just keeping a vibe up," Wahconah coach Meg Smith said of what changed in the second 40 minutes. "Playing for each other. They really turned it around in the second half."

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Taconic     1     0     —     1

Wahconah     2     6     —     8

First Half

W — Noelle Furlong (Katie Roynane), 21:12. T — Taea Bramer (free kick), 15:50. W — Jilly Cote (unassisted), 1:17.

Second Half

W — Chloe Accardi (Kate Matthews), 33:08. W — Morgan Marauszwski (UA), 31:34. W — Maria Gamberoni (Marauszwski), 23:41. W — Cote (Accardi), 13:28. W — Furlong (UA), 9:10. W — Accardi (Roynane), 7:11.

Saves — T: Leeyia Hoose, N/A. W: Kelly Anderson, 2.

West Springfield 6, Pittsfield 0

PITTSFIELD — Six different Terriers scored to take down the Generals (2-4-0).

Kate Bailey scored in the 28th minute for what proved to be the winner.

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West Side     2     4     —     6

Pittsfield     0     0     —     0

First Half

WS — Kate Bailey (Chelsea Hoey), 27:56. WS — Makenzie Paulo (unassisted), 37:35.

Second Half

WS — Hoey (Lauren Armstrong), 53:30. WS — Kyleigh Chapman (Haley Curtis), 55:26. WS — Lauren Canata (UA), 65:49. WS — Brooke Herlihy (UA), 74:34.

Boys Soccer

Putnam 3, McCann Tech 0

SPRINGFIELD — The Hornets had some chances in the game according to coach John Bresett, but couldn't get said opportunities into the net.

Andrew Levesque made six saves in the loss.

"It was a tough game considering they have much more experience and our team is still young," Bresett said in an email. "I look to use this as a learning curve and hope to develop more chemistry between our players."

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McCann     0     0     —     0

Putnam     2     1     —     3

Goals — P: Marchetti 3.

Assists — P: Henry.

Saves — MT: Andrew Levesque 6.

College Soccer

MCLA men 2, Rivier 1

NASHUA, N.H. — Rafael Castro scored a pair of goals to help the Trailblazers end their winless start to the year. The win also snaps a 22-game skid for the Trailblazers dating back to 2017.

Garrett DeRosia assisted the first to put MCLA up 1-0, then his unassisted tally put MCLA up 2-0.

Kelvin Cortez got one back for Rivier, but there would be no equalizer. MCLA is now 1-4 on the year.

Bay Path 2, MCLA women 1

LONGMEADOW — Joanna Feliciano scored in the 102nd minute to lift Bay Path to a win over MCLA in overtime.

Feliciano put Bay Path on the board first in the opening half, then Alyssa Porter tied things up on a pass from Hannah Van de Water in the 13th minute.

Meg Richardson stopped six shots in the loss. MCLA is now 1-5-0 on the year. Bay Path starting goalkeeper Caitlyn Esposito drew two yellow cards in the match and was sent off a minute before Feliciano ended the game.

Monument     2     0     —     2

First Half

MM — Fiona Horan (unassisted), 5:55. MM — Molly Flynn (Horan), 3:25.

Second Half

HV — Natalie Pompi (Sydney Jamross), 20:07.

Saves — HV: Gabby Billetz, N/A. MM: Helen Pajeski, N/A.

Lenox 1, Easthampton 0

LENOX — Under the lights at home, Erin Czelusniak scored in the 69th minute to lift her Lenox girls soccer team to a win over Easthampton.

Solia Herndon-Schmid assisted the goal, and Taylor Knight made it stand up by recording 10 saves to get the clean sheet.

"It was a competitive game with both teams getting some chances," Lenox coach Kyle Zinchuk wrote in an email. "Fortunately, we were able to convert on one of ours in the second half. I think we were able to put some more pressure on them in the second half and keep the ball in their end of the field, allowing us to generate more opportunities."

Lenox is now 4-1-0 after the victory.

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E'hampton     0     0     —     0

Lenox     0     1     —     1

Second Half

L — Erin Czelusniak (Solia Herndon-Schmid), 69:00.

Saves — E: Abby Coleman 10. L: Taylor Knight 10.

Lee 6, Greenfield 3

LEE — The Wildcats got two quick goals from Ellie Miller and Caroline Maloney to take a lead on Greenfield, then Maloney hit a penalty kick with 4:55 to go to seal up the win.

Bella Lovato had six saves for Lee (2-0-1).

Wahconah 8, Taconic 1

DALTON — The Warriors (2-1-1) broke open a one-goal game at halftime to roll to victory.

Noelle Furlong, Chloe Accardi and Jilly Cote each had two goals in the win, while Katie Roynane had two assists.

Taea Bramer hit a free kick for Taconic (0-6-0) that tied the game up at 1-1 in the first half, with Cote scoring right before the half to put Wahconah up 2-1.

"We talked about playing as a unit and playing with consistency and urgency, and just keeping a vibe up," Wahconah coach Meg Smith said of what changed in the second 40 minutes. "Playing for each other. They really turned it around in the second half."

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Taconic     1     0     —     1

Wahconah     2     6     —     8

First Half

W — Noelle Furlong (Katie Roynane), 21:12. T — Taea Bramer (free kick), 15:50. W — Jilly Cote (unassisted), 1:17.

Second Half

W — Chloe Accardi (Kate Matthews), 33:08. W — Morgan Marauszwski (UA), 31:34. W — Maria Gamberoni (Marauszwski), 23:41. W — Cote (Accardi), 13:28. W — Furlong (UA), 9:10. W — Accardi (Roynane), 7:11.

Saves — T: Leeyia Hoose, N/A. W: Kelly Anderson, 2.

West Springfield 6, Pittsfield 0

PITTSFIELD — Six different Terriers scored to take down the Generals (2-4-0).

Kate Bailey scored in the 28th minute for what proved to be the winner.

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West Side     2     4     —     6

Pittsfield     0     0     —     0

First Half

WS — Kate Bailey (Chelsea Hoey), 27:56. WS — Makenzie Paulo (unassisted), 37:35.

Second Half

WS — Hoey (Lauren Armstrong), 53:30. WS — Kyleigh Chapman (Haley Curtis), 55:26. WS — Lauren Canata (UA), 65:49. WS — Brooke Herlihy (UA), 74:34.

Boys Soccer

Putnam 3, McCann Tech 0

SPRINGFIELD — The Hornets had some chances in the game according to coach John Bresett, but couldn't get said opportunities into the net.

Andrew Levesque made six saves in the loss.

"It was a tough game considering they have much more experience and our team is still young," Bresett said in an email. "I look to use this as a learning curve and hope to develop more chemistry between our players."

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McCann     0     0     —     0

Putnam     2     1     —     3

Goals — P: Marchetti 3.

Assists — P: Henry.

Saves — MT: Andrew Levesque 6.

College Soccer

MCLA men 2, Rivier 1

NASHUA, N.H. — Rafael Castro scored a pair of goals to help the Trailblazers end their winless start to the year. The win also snaps a 22-game skid for the Trailblazers dating back to 2017.

Garrett DeRosia assisted the first to put MCLA up 1-0, then his unassisted tally put MCLA up 2-0.

Kelvin Cortez got one back for Rivier, but there would be no equalizer. MCLA is now 1-4 on the year.

Bay Path 2, MCLA women 1

LONGMEADOW — Joanna Feliciano scored in the 102nd minute to lift Bay Path to a win over MCLA in overtime.

Feliciano put Bay Path on the board first in the opening half, then Alyssa Porter tied things up on a pass from Hannah Van de Water in the 13th minute.

Meg Richardson stopped six shots in the loss. MCLA is now 1-5-0 on the year. Bay Path starting goalkeeper Caitlyn Esposito drew two yellow cards in the match and was sent off a minute before Feliciano ended the game.

First Half

MM — Fiona Horan (unassisted), 5:55. MM — Molly Flynn (Horan), 3:25.

Second Half

HV — Natalie Pompi (Sydney Jamross), 20:07.

Saves — HV: Gabby Billetz, N/A. MM: Helen Pajeski, N/A.

Lenox 1, Easthampton 0

LENOX — Under the lights at home, Erin Czelusniak scored in the 69th minute to lift her Lenox girls soccer team to a win over Easthampton.

Solia Herndon-Schmid assisted the goal, and Taylor Knight made it stand up by recording 10 saves to get the clean sheet.

"It was a competitive game with both teams getting some chances," Lenox coach Kyle Zinchuk wrote in an email. "Fortunately, we were able to convert on one of ours in the second half. I think we were able to put some more pressure on them in the second half and keep the ball in their end of the field, allowing us to generate more opportunities."

Lenox is now 4-1-0 after the victory.

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E'hampton     0     0     —     0

Lenox     0     1     —     1

Second Half

L — Erin Czelusniak (Solia Herndon-Schmid), 69:00.

Saves — E: Abby Coleman 10. L: Taylor Knight 10.

Lee 6, Greenfield 3

LEE — The Wildcats got two quick goals from Ellie Miller and Caroline Maloney to take a lead on Greenfield, then Maloney hit a penalty kick with 4:55 to go to seal up the win.

Bella Lovato had six saves for Lee (2-0-1).

Wahconah 8, Taconic 1

DALTON — The Warriors (2-1-1) broke open a one-goal game at halftime to roll to victory.

Noelle Furlong, Chloe Accardi and Jilly Cote each had two goals in the win, while Katie Roynane had two assists.

Taea Bramer hit a free kick for Taconic (0-6-0) that tied the game up at 1-1 in the first half, with Cote scoring right before the half to put Wahconah up 2-1.

"We talked about playing as a unit and playing with consistency and urgency, and just keeping a vibe up," Wahconah coach Meg Smith said of what changed in the second 40 minutes. "Playing for each other. They really turned it around in the second half."

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Taconic     1     0     —     1

Wahconah     2     6     —     8

First Half

W — Noelle Furlong (Katie Roynane), 21:12. T — Taea Bramer (free kick), 15:50. W — Jilly Cote (unassisted), 1:17.

Second Half

W — Chloe Accardi (Kate Matthews), 33:08. W — Morgan Marauszwski (UA), 31:34. W — Maria Gamberoni (Marauszwski), 23:41. W — Cote (Accardi), 13:28. W — Furlong (UA), 9:10. W — Accardi (Roynane), 7:11.

Saves — T: Leeyia Hoose, N/A. W: Kelly Anderson, 2.

West Springfield 6, Pittsfield 0

PITTSFIELD — Six different Terriers scored to take down the Generals (2-4-0).

Kate Bailey scored in the 28th minute for what proved to be the winner.

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West Side     2     4     —     6

Pittsfield     0     0     —     0

First Half

WS — Kate Bailey (Chelsea Hoey), 27:56. WS — Makenzie Paulo (unassisted), 37:35.

Second Half

WS — Hoey (Lauren Armstrong), 53:30. WS — Kyleigh Chapman (Haley Curtis), 55:26. WS — Lauren Canata (UA), 65:49. WS — Brooke Herlihy (UA), 74:34.

Boys Soccer

Putnam 3, McCann Tech 0

SPRINGFIELD — The Hornets had some chances in the game according to coach John Bresett, but couldn't get said opportunities into the net.

Andrew Levesque made six saves in the loss.

"It was a tough game considering they have much more experience and our team is still young," Bresett said in an email. "I look to use this as a learning curve and hope to develop more chemistry between our players."

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McCann     0     0     —     0

Putnam     2     1     —     3

Goals — P: Marchetti 3.

Assists — P: Henry.

Saves — MT: Andrew Levesque 6.

College Soccer

MCLA men 2, Rivier 1

NASHUA, N.H. — Rafael Castro scored a pair of goals to help the Trailblazers end their winless start to the year. The win also snaps a 22-game skid for the Trailblazers dating back to 2017.

Garrett DeRosia assisted the first to put MCLA up 1-0, then his unassisted tally put MCLA up 2-0.

Kelvin Cortez got one back for Rivier, but there would be no equalizer. MCLA is now 1-4 on the year.

Bay Path 2, MCLA women 1

LONGMEADOW — Joanna Feliciano scored in the 102nd minute to lift Bay Path to a win over MCLA in overtime.

Feliciano put Bay Path on the board first in the opening half, then Alyssa Porter tied things up on a pass from Hannah Van de Water in the 13th minute.

Meg Richardson stopped six shots in the loss. MCLA is now 1-5-0 on the year. Bay Path starting goalkeeper Caitlyn Esposito drew two yellow cards in the match and was sent off a minute before Feliciano ended the game.

Lenox     0     1     —     1

Second Half

L — Erin Czelusniak (Solia Herndon-Schmid), 69:00.

Saves — E: Abby Coleman 10. L: Taylor Knight 10.

Lee 6, Greenfield 3

LEE — The Wildcats got two quick goals from Ellie Miller and Caroline Maloney to take a lead on Greenfield, then Maloney hit a penalty kick with 4:55 to go to seal up the win.

Bella Lovato had six saves for Lee (2-0-1).

Wahconah 8, Taconic 1

DALTON — The Warriors (2-1-1) broke open a one-goal game at halftime to roll to victory.

Noelle Furlong, Chloe Accardi and Jilly Cote each had two goals in the win, while Katie Roynane had two assists.

Taea Bramer hit a free kick for Taconic (0-6-0) that tied the game up at 1-1 in the first half, with Cote scoring right before the half to put Wahconah up 2-1.

"We talked about playing as a unit and playing with consistency and urgency, and just keeping a vibe up," Wahconah coach Meg Smith said of what changed in the second 40 minutes. "Playing for each other. They really turned it around in the second half."

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Taconic     1     0     —     1

Wahconah     2     6     —     8

First Half

W — Noelle Furlong (Katie Roynane), 21:12. T — Taea Bramer (free kick), 15:50. W — Jilly Cote (unassisted), 1:17.

Second Half

W — Chloe Accardi (Kate Matthews), 33:08. W — Morgan Marauszwski (UA), 31:34. W — Maria Gamberoni (Marauszwski), 23:41. W — Cote (Accardi), 13:28. W — Furlong (UA), 9:10. W — Accardi (Roynane), 7:11.

Saves — T: Leeyia Hoose, N/A. W: Kelly Anderson, 2.

West Springfield 6, Pittsfield 0

PITTSFIELD — Six different Terriers scored to take down the Generals (2-4-0).

Kate Bailey scored in the 28th minute for what proved to be the winner.

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West Side     2     4     —     6

Pittsfield     0     0     —     0

First Half

WS — Kate Bailey (Chelsea Hoey), 27:56. WS — Makenzie Paulo (unassisted), 37:35.

Second Half

WS — Hoey (Lauren Armstrong), 53:30. WS — Kyleigh Chapman (Haley Curtis), 55:26. WS — Lauren Canata (UA), 65:49. WS — Brooke Herlihy (UA), 74:34.

Boys Soccer

Putnam 3, McCann Tech 0

SPRINGFIELD — The Hornets had some chances in the game according to coach John Bresett, but couldn't get said opportunities into the net.

Andrew Levesque made six saves in the loss.

"It was a tough game considering they have much more experience and our team is still young," Bresett said in an email. "I look to use this as a learning curve and hope to develop more chemistry between our players."

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McCann     0     0     —     0

Putnam     2     1     —     3

Goals — P: Marchetti 3.

Assists — P: Henry.

Saves — MT: Andrew Levesque 6.

College Soccer

MCLA men 2, Rivier 1

NASHUA, N.H. — Rafael Castro scored a pair of goals to help the Trailblazers end their winless start to the year. The win also snaps a 22-game skid for the Trailblazers dating back to 2017.

Garrett DeRosia assisted the first to put MCLA up 1-0, then his unassisted tally put MCLA up 2-0.

Kelvin Cortez got one back for Rivier, but there would be no equalizer. MCLA is now 1-4 on the year.

Bay Path 2, MCLA women 1

LONGMEADOW — Joanna Feliciano scored in the 102nd minute to lift Bay Path to a win over MCLA in overtime.

Feliciano put Bay Path on the board first in the opening half, then Alyssa Porter tied things up on a pass from Hannah Van de Water in the 13th minute.

Meg Richardson stopped six shots in the loss. MCLA is now 1-5-0 on the year. Bay Path starting goalkeeper Caitlyn Esposito drew two yellow cards in the match and was sent off a minute before Feliciano ended the game.

Second Half

L — Erin Czelusniak (Solia Herndon-Schmid), 69:00.

Saves — E: Abby Coleman 10. L: Taylor Knight 10.

Lee 6, Greenfield 3

LEE — The Wildcats got two quick goals from Ellie Miller and Caroline Maloney to take a lead on Greenfield, then Maloney hit a penalty kick with 4:55 to go to seal up the win.

Bella Lovato had six saves for Lee (2-0-1).

Wahconah 8, Taconic 1

DALTON — The Warriors (2-1-1) broke open a one-goal game at halftime to roll to victory.

Noelle Furlong, Chloe Accardi and Jilly Cote each had two goals in the win, while Katie Roynane had two assists.

Taea Bramer hit a free kick for Taconic (0-6-0) that tied the game up at 1-1 in the first half, with Cote scoring right before the half to put Wahconah up 2-1.

"We talked about playing as a unit and playing with consistency and urgency, and just keeping a vibe up," Wahconah coach Meg Smith said of what changed in the second 40 minutes. "Playing for each other. They really turned it around in the second half."

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Taconic     1     0     —     1

Wahconah     2     6     —     8

First Half

W — Noelle Furlong (Katie Roynane), 21:12. T — Taea Bramer (free kick), 15:50. W — Jilly Cote (unassisted), 1:17.

Second Half

W — Chloe Accardi (Kate Matthews), 33:08. W — Morgan Marauszwski (UA), 31:34. W — Maria Gamberoni (Marauszwski), 23:41. W — Cote (Accardi), 13:28. W — Furlong (UA), 9:10. W — Accardi (Roynane), 7:11.

Saves — T: Leeyia Hoose, N/A. W: Kelly Anderson, 2.

West Springfield 6, Pittsfield 0

PITTSFIELD — Six different Terriers scored to take down the Generals (2-4-0).

Kate Bailey scored in the 28th minute for what proved to be the winner.

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West Side     2     4     —     6

Pittsfield     0     0     —     0

First Half

WS — Kate Bailey (Chelsea Hoey), 27:56. WS — Makenzie Paulo (unassisted), 37:35.

Second Half

WS — Hoey (Lauren Armstrong), 53:30. WS — Kyleigh Chapman (Haley Curtis), 55:26. WS — Lauren Canata (UA), 65:49. WS — Brooke Herlihy (UA), 74:34.

Boys Soccer

Putnam 3, McCann Tech 0

SPRINGFIELD — The Hornets had some chances in the game according to coach John Bresett, but couldn't get said opportunities into the net.

Andrew Levesque made six saves in the loss.

"It was a tough game considering they have much more experience and our team is still young," Bresett said in an email. "I look to use this as a learning curve and hope to develop more chemistry between our players."

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McCann     0     0     —     0

Putnam     2     1     —     3

Goals — P: Marchetti 3.

Assists — P: Henry.

Saves — MT: Andrew Levesque 6.

College Soccer

MCLA men 2, Rivier 1

NASHUA, N.H. — Rafael Castro scored a pair of goals to help the Trailblazers end their winless start to the year. The win also snaps a 22-game skid for the Trailblazers dating back to 2017.

Garrett DeRosia assisted the first to put MCLA up 1-0, then his unassisted tally put MCLA up 2-0.

Kelvin Cortez got one back for Rivier, but there would be no equalizer. MCLA is now 1-4 on the year.

Bay Path 2, MCLA women 1

LONGMEADOW — Joanna Feliciano scored in the 102nd minute to lift Bay Path to a win over MCLA in overtime.

Feliciano put Bay Path on the board first in the opening half, then Alyssa Porter tied things up on a pass from Hannah Van de Water in the 13th minute.

Meg Richardson stopped six shots in the loss. MCLA is now 1-5-0 on the year. Bay Path starting goalkeeper Caitlyn Esposito drew two yellow cards in the match and was sent off a minute before Feliciano ended the game.

Wahconah     2     6     —     8

First Half

W — Noelle Furlong (Katie Roynane), 21:12. T — Taea Bramer (free kick), 15:50. W — Jilly Cote (unassisted), 1:17.

Second Half

W — Chloe Accardi (Kate Matthews), 33:08. W — Morgan Marauszwski (UA), 31:34. W — Maria Gamberoni (Marauszwski), 23:41. W — Cote (Accardi), 13:28. W — Furlong (UA), 9:10. W — Accardi (Roynane), 7:11.

Saves — T: Leeyia Hoose, N/A. W: Kelly Anderson, 2.

West Springfield 6, Pittsfield 0

PITTSFIELD — Six different Terriers scored to take down the Generals (2-4-0).

Kate Bailey scored in the 28th minute for what proved to be the winner.

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West Side     2     4     —     6

Pittsfield     0     0     —     0

First Half

WS — Kate Bailey (Chelsea Hoey), 27:56. WS — Makenzie Paulo (unassisted), 37:35.

Second Half

WS — Hoey (Lauren Armstrong), 53:30. WS — Kyleigh Chapman (Haley Curtis), 55:26. WS — Lauren Canata (UA), 65:49. WS — Brooke Herlihy (UA), 74:34.

Boys Soccer

Putnam 3, McCann Tech 0

SPRINGFIELD — The Hornets had some chances in the game according to coach John Bresett, but couldn't get said opportunities into the net.

Andrew Levesque made six saves in the loss.

"It was a tough game considering they have much more experience and our team is still young," Bresett said in an email. "I look to use this as a learning curve and hope to develop more chemistry between our players."

——

McCann     0     0     —     0

Putnam     2     1     —     3

Goals — P: Marchetti 3.

Assists — P: Henry.

Saves — MT: Andrew Levesque 6.

College Soccer

MCLA men 2, Rivier 1

NASHUA, N.H. — Rafael Castro scored a pair of goals to help the Trailblazers end their winless start to the year. The win also snaps a 22-game skid for the Trailblazers dating back to 2017.

Garrett DeRosia assisted the first to put MCLA up 1-0, then his unassisted tally put MCLA up 2-0.

Kelvin Cortez got one back for Rivier, but there would be no equalizer. MCLA is now 1-4 on the year.

Bay Path 2, MCLA women 1

LONGMEADOW — Joanna Feliciano scored in the 102nd minute to lift Bay Path to a win over MCLA in overtime.

Feliciano put Bay Path on the board first in the opening half, then Alyssa Porter tied things up on a pass from Hannah Van de Water in the 13th minute.

Meg Richardson stopped six shots in the loss. MCLA is now 1-5-0 on the year. Bay Path starting goalkeeper Caitlyn Esposito drew two yellow cards in the match and was sent off a minute before Feliciano ended the game.

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First Half

W — Noelle Furlong (Katie Roynane), 21:12. T — Taea Bramer (free kick), 15:50. W — Jilly Cote (unassisted), 1:17.

Second Half

W — Chloe Accardi (Kate Matthews), 33:08. W — Morgan Marauszwski (UA), 31:34. W — Maria Gamberoni (Marauszwski), 23:41. W — Cote (Accardi), 13:28. W — Furlong (UA), 9:10. W — Accardi (Roynane), 7:11.

Saves — T: Leeyia Hoose, N/A. W: Kelly Anderson, 2.

West Springfield 6, Pittsfield 0

PITTSFIELD — Six different Terriers scored to take down the Generals (2-4-0).

Kate Bailey scored in the 28th minute for what proved to be the winner.

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West Side     2     4     —     6

Pittsfield     0     0     —     0

First Half

WS — Kate Bailey (Chelsea Hoey), 27:56. WS — Makenzie Paulo (unassisted), 37:35.

Second Half

WS — Hoey (Lauren Armstrong), 53:30. WS — Kyleigh Chapman (Haley Curtis), 55:26. WS — Lauren Canata (UA), 65:49. WS — Brooke Herlihy (UA), 74:34.

Boys Soccer

Putnam 3, McCann Tech 0

SPRINGFIELD — The Hornets had some chances in the game according to coach John Bresett, but couldn't get said opportunities into the net.

Andrew Levesque made six saves in the loss.

"It was a tough game considering they have much more experience and our team is still young," Bresett said in an email. "I look to use this as a learning curve and hope to develop more chemistry between our players."

——

McCann     0     0     —     0

Putnam     2     1     —     3

Goals — P: Marchetti 3.

Assists — P: Henry.

Saves — MT: Andrew Levesque 6.

College Soccer

MCLA men 2, Rivier 1

NASHUA, N.H. — Rafael Castro scored a pair of goals to help the Trailblazers end their winless start to the year. The win also snaps a 22-game skid for the Trailblazers dating back to 2017.

Garrett DeRosia assisted the first to put MCLA up 1-0, then his unassisted tally put MCLA up 2-0.

Kelvin Cortez got one back for Rivier, but there would be no equalizer. MCLA is now 1-4 on the year.

Bay Path 2, MCLA women 1

LONGMEADOW — Joanna Feliciano scored in the 102nd minute to lift Bay Path to a win over MCLA in overtime.

Feliciano put Bay Path on the board first in the opening half, then Alyssa Porter tied things up on a pass from Hannah Van de Water in the 13th minute.

Meg Richardson stopped six shots in the loss. MCLA is now 1-5-0 on the year. Bay Path starting goalkeeper Caitlyn Esposito drew two yellow cards in the match and was sent off a minute before Feliciano ended the game.

Pittsfield     0     0     —     0

First Half

WS — Kate Bailey (Chelsea Hoey), 27:56. WS — Makenzie Paulo (unassisted), 37:35.

Second Half

WS — Hoey (Lauren Armstrong), 53:30. WS — Kyleigh Chapman (Haley Curtis), 55:26. WS — Lauren Canata (UA), 65:49. WS — Brooke Herlihy (UA), 74:34.

Boys Soccer

Putnam 3, McCann Tech 0

SPRINGFIELD — The Hornets had some chances in the game according to coach John Bresett, but couldn't get said opportunities into the net.

Andrew Levesque made six saves in the loss.

"It was a tough game considering they have much more experience and our team is still young," Bresett said in an email. "I look to use this as a learning curve and hope to develop more chemistry between our players."

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McCann     0     0     —     0

Putnam     2     1     —     3

Goals — P: Marchetti 3.

Assists — P: Henry.

Saves — MT: Andrew Levesque 6.

College Soccer

MCLA men 2, Rivier 1

NASHUA, N.H. — Rafael Castro scored a pair of goals to help the Trailblazers end their winless start to the year. The win also snaps a 22-game skid for the Trailblazers dating back to 2017.

Garrett DeRosia assisted the first to put MCLA up 1-0, then his unassisted tally put MCLA up 2-0.

Kelvin Cortez got one back for Rivier, but there would be no equalizer. MCLA is now 1-4 on the year.

Bay Path 2, MCLA women 1

LONGMEADOW — Joanna Feliciano scored in the 102nd minute to lift Bay Path to a win over MCLA in overtime.

Feliciano put Bay Path on the board first in the opening half, then Alyssa Porter tied things up on a pass from Hannah Van de Water in the 13th minute.

Meg Richardson stopped six shots in the loss. MCLA is now 1-5-0 on the year. Bay Path starting goalkeeper Caitlyn Esposito drew two yellow cards in the match and was sent off a minute before Feliciano ended the game.

First Half

WS — Kate Bailey (Chelsea Hoey), 27:56. WS — Makenzie Paulo (unassisted), 37:35.

Second Half

WS — Hoey (Lauren Armstrong), 53:30. WS — Kyleigh Chapman (Haley Curtis), 55:26. WS — Lauren Canata (UA), 65:49. WS — Brooke Herlihy (UA), 74:34.

Boys Soccer

Putnam 3, McCann Tech 0

SPRINGFIELD — The Hornets had some chances in the game according to coach John Bresett, but couldn't get said opportunities into the net.

Andrew Levesque made six saves in the loss.

"It was a tough game considering they have much more experience and our team is still young," Bresett said in an email. "I look to use this as a learning curve and hope to develop more chemistry between our players."

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McCann     0     0     —     0

Putnam     2     1     —     3

Goals — P: Marchetti 3.

Assists — P: Henry.

Saves — MT: Andrew Levesque 6.

College Soccer

MCLA men 2, Rivier 1

NASHUA, N.H. — Rafael Castro scored a pair of goals to help the Trailblazers end their winless start to the year. The win also snaps a 22-game skid for the Trailblazers dating back to 2017.

Garrett DeRosia assisted the first to put MCLA up 1-0, then his unassisted tally put MCLA up 2-0.

Kelvin Cortez got one back for Rivier, but there would be no equalizer. MCLA is now 1-4 on the year.

Bay Path 2, MCLA women 1

LONGMEADOW — Joanna Feliciano scored in the 102nd minute to lift Bay Path to a win over MCLA in overtime.

Feliciano put Bay Path on the board first in the opening half, then Alyssa Porter tied things up on a pass from Hannah Van de Water in the 13th minute.

Meg Richardson stopped six shots in the loss. MCLA is now 1-5-0 on the year. Bay Path starting goalkeeper Caitlyn Esposito drew two yellow cards in the match and was sent off a minute before Feliciano ended the game.

Putnam     2     1     —     3

Goals — P: Marchetti 3.

Assists — P: Henry.

Saves — MT: Andrew Levesque 6.

College Soccer

MCLA men 2, Rivier 1

NASHUA, N.H. — Rafael Castro scored a pair of goals to help the Trailblazers end their winless start to the year. The win also snaps a 22-game skid for the Trailblazers dating back to 2017.

Garrett DeRosia assisted the first to put MCLA up 1-0, then his unassisted tally put MCLA up 2-0.

Kelvin Cortez got one back for Rivier, but there would be no equalizer. MCLA is now 1-4 on the year.

Bay Path 2, MCLA women 1

LONGMEADOW — Joanna Feliciano scored in the 102nd minute to lift Bay Path to a win over MCLA in overtime.

Feliciano put Bay Path on the board first in the opening half, then Alyssa Porter tied things up on a pass from Hannah Van de Water in the 13th minute.

Meg Richardson stopped six shots in the loss. MCLA is now 1-5-0 on the year. Bay Path starting goalkeeper Caitlyn Esposito drew two yellow cards in the match and was sent off a minute before Feliciano ended the game.

Goals — P: Marchetti 3.

Assists — P: Henry.

Saves — MT: Andrew Levesque 6.

College Soccer

MCLA men 2, Rivier 1

NASHUA, N.H. — Rafael Castro scored a pair of goals to help the Trailblazers end their winless start to the year. The win also snaps a 22-game skid for the Trailblazers dating back to 2017.

Garrett DeRosia assisted the first to put MCLA up 1-0, then his unassisted tally put MCLA up 2-0.

Kelvin Cortez got one back for Rivier, but there would be no equalizer. MCLA is now 1-4 on the year.

Bay Path 2, MCLA women 1

LONGMEADOW — Joanna Feliciano scored in the 102nd minute to lift Bay Path to a win over MCLA in overtime.

Feliciano put Bay Path on the board first in the opening half, then Alyssa Porter tied things up on a pass from Hannah Van de Water in the 13th minute.

Meg Richardson stopped six shots in the loss. MCLA is now 1-5-0 on the year. Bay Path starting goalkeeper Caitlyn Esposito drew two yellow cards in the match and was sent off a minute before Feliciano ended the game.


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