Lacrosse/tennis/golf roundup: Pittsfield girls lacrosse picks up first win of year

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PITTSFIELD — The Pittsfield girls picked up their first win of the season on Thursday, beating St. Mary's 18-5.

The Generals (1-14) scored 12 goals in the first half to take a commanding 12-2 lead into the break.

Rachel Tynan had five goals in the win, while Emily Kestyn had two goals and three assists.

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St. Mary's     2     3          5

Pittsfield     12     6          18

Goals — SM: Aisling 2. Mazza 2. Broderick 1. P: Rachel Tynan 5, Emily Kestyn 2, Sierra Murray 2, Riley Nichols 2, Paige Hinman 2, Drosen 1, Ally Rosehein 1, Jenna Bateman 1, Cierra Guinen 1, Sareen Sistrunk 1.

Assists — P: Kestyn 3, Nichols 1.

Saves — P: Anna Quinto 5.

Wahconah 13, Burr and Burton 10

DALTON — One day after clinching its first-ever Berkshire County title, Wahconah did not suffer a letdown as the Warriors (12-3) held off Burr and Burton.

"Our goalie Katie Bachli had a great night in net," Wahconah coach Kathy Budaj wrote in an email. "She made some key saves for us."

Bachli had 16 saves in the game.

Emmy Cote scored nine goals and had three assists. Cote scored three of her team's six second-half goals. Jordan Budaj and McKenna McIlquham each had hat tricks for Wahconah.

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Burr and Burton     6     4          10

Wahconah     7     6          13

Goals — B&B: Lydia Morgantini 4, Ava Marshall 2, Jessie Frostman 2, Nicole Schmid, Ana Garay. W: Emmy Cote 6, Jordan Budaj 3, McKenna McIlquham 3, Brianna Kasala.

Assists — B&B: Morgantini, Frostman, Shayla Heekin, Shea Linsort, Carly Goyda. W: Cote 3, Budaj.

Saves — B&B: Cassie Pearce 5. W: Katie Bachli 16.

Boys Lacrosse

Lee 16, McCann Tech 6


LEE — After dropping a game on Wednesday, Lee bounced back with a 10-goal win over McCann Tech on Thursday.

The Wildcats (7-7) were led by five different players with two goals each — Tag Roosa, Connor Parkinson, Jake Parkinson, Homer Winston and Brock Bulman.

For McCann (4-13), Justin Meczywor had four goals.

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McCann     1     1     2     2          6

Lee     5     6     5     0          16

Goals — MT: Justin Meczywor 4, Evan Knapp 2. L: Tag Roosa 2, Connor Parkinson 2, Jake Parkinson 2, Homer Winston 2, Brock Bulman 2, Robert Caranato 1, Jack Purcell 1, Curt Wilton 1, Brady Whalen 1, Caleb Kollmer 1, Matt DiSilva 1.

Assists — L: J. Parkinson 3, Roosa 2, Bulman 2, C. Parkinson 1, Winston 1, DiSilva 1, Will Consolati 1.

Saves — MT: Josh Pettit 5. L: Tighler Andrews 7.

Wahconah 11, Lee 3 (Wednesday)

LEE — Here is the box score from Wahconah's win over Lee on Wednesday.

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Wahconah     4     5     2     0          11

Lee     1     1     1     0          3

Goals — W: Dayton Kozlowski 3, Wyatt Schleicher 2, Jeremy Girard 2, Conner Noyes 2, Connor Washburn 1, Kyle Gazzillo 1. L: Brock Bulman 2, Homer Winston 1.

Assists — W: Girard 2, Schleicher 1, Washburn 1, Gazzillo 1, Cole Accardi 1. L: Winston 1.

Saves — W: Vinny Orlandi 6. L: Tighler Andrews 10.

Tennis

Monument Mountain sweeps Pittsfield


PITTSFIELD — Monument Mountain recorded a sweep over Pittsfield on Thursday, with the Spartan girls winning 5-0 while the boys won a close 3-2 decision.

For the boys, Pittsfield won at first and second singles while Monument won both doubles matches. Kevin Costello's win over Adam Quinto at third singles swung the match.

For the girls, first doubles was the closest match of the contest, with Lexi Shumsky and Emily Rada defeating Zhen Mei-Huang and Katrina Huang 6-1, 6-3.

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Monument Mountain boys 3, Pittsfield 2

Singles — 1. Evan Dempsey (P) def. Kadin Shafiroff 6-2, 6-3. 2. Brian Lavinio (P) def. Toby Gironas 7-5, 7-5. 3. Kevin Costello (MM) def. Adam Quinto 6-1, 6-1.

Doubles — 1. Jack White/Zach Goffin (MM) def. Dave Charland/Noah Beckwith 6-0, 6-0. 2. Wilson Sprague/Kaylo Maliki (MM) def. Tom Rindfuss/Liam Fitzgibbons 7-6 (3), 6-2.

Monument Mountain girls 5, Pittsfield 0

Singles — 1. Hailey Higgins (MM) def. Marie Butler 6-0, 6-1. 2. Ava Guidette (MM) def. Hailee Barber 6-1, 6-0. 3. Olivia Jaffe (MM) def. Mallory Northrup 6-0, 6-1.

Doubles — 1. Lexi Shumsky/Emily Rada def. Zhen Mei-Huang/Katrina Huang 6-1, 6-3. 2. Hannah Guanino/Savannah Nolan (MM) def. Shirley Napravnick/Brennah Brickle 6-1, 6-0.

Mount Greylock sweeps Lenox

WILLIAMSTOWN — It was a good day for the team in red and white, as Mount Greylock swept Lenox. The Greylock boys won 4-1, while the girls won 3-2.

The girls match came down to the No. 2 doubles contest between the Mounties' Mia Van Deurzen and Hannah Gilooly and Lenox's Shawna Pandell and Rose Pehlert. The Mounties dropped the first set, but came back to win 4-6, 6-2, 6-2. Greylock coach John Jacobbe was thrilled.

"Mia and Hannah have been the deciding point in three matches," he said, "and they pulled out two of them."

Lenox forfeited both doubles matches to give Greylock a leg up on Thursday, then Jacob Fink and Josh Narey won their singles matches to sew up the victory.

The Mounties improve to 9-0 both overall and in the Berkshire League. Lenox falls to 2-8, 1-8.

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Mount Greylock boys 4, Lenox 1

Singles — 1. Jacob Fink (MG) def. Ari Yantovsky 6-3, 6-1. 2. Josh Narey (MG) def. Herkus Rudzinskas 6-1, 6-1. 3. Joe Packard (L) def. Jonah Hane 6-1, 6-0.

Doubles — 1. Toby Foehl/Sam Dils (MG) win by forfeit. 2. Gio Cavalli/Gabe Gerry (MG) win by forfeit.

Mount Greylock girls 3, Lenox 2

Singles — 1. Isabel Northington (MG) def. Victoria Vittori 6-1, 6-0; 2. Alex Trousilek (L) def. Josie Dalsin 6-4, 6-2; 3. Morgan Hayden (L) def. Charlotte Sanford 6-2, 6-0.

Doubles — 1. Emma Stankiewicz/Oriana Van Slycke (MG) def. Sarah Baron/Isabelle Conlon 6-1, 6-2; 2. Mia VanDeurzen/Hannah Gilooly (MG) def. Shawna Pandell/Rose Pehlert 4-6, 6-2, 6-2.

NCAA Division III golf

Williams men now 16th


HOWEY-IN-THE-HILLS, Fla. — Williams made the cut Wednesday in the NCAA Division III golf tournament when the Ephs finished 14th. One day later, coach Josh Hillman's team has dropped two spots.

After three rounds, Williams is 16th. The Ephs shot 318 on Thursday for a three-day total of 931. Wittenberg is first at 887, followed by Guilford (889) and Huntingdon (890).

Williams is the first NESCAC men's team to make the cut at the tournament.

Sam Goldenring shot a 2-over-par 74 to be the low score for Williams Ross Hoffman finished up at 5-over 77. They were the only Ephs to shoot under 80.

Goldenring has shot a 223 over three days and is tied for 19th. He is six shots behind leaders Sam Hill of Texas at Tyler and Brad Lankler from Franklin and Marshall, who both shot 1-over 217 for three days. Hill, fired a 2-under 70 on Thursday.


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