Roundup: Wahconah girls soccer team holds off Weston in 2-1 win
Allison Washburn gave the Warriors (5-5-3) the lead in the first half, scoring on a corner from Sarah Houle.
To start the second, Furlong converted on a pass from Sadie Anderson to put the Warriors up two. That goal, plus the work of Michaella Moncecchi in goal proved vital in getting the result.
Weston's Carenna Groff scored with just over four minutes to play in the second half, and according to Wahconah coach Meg Smith, the work of Moncecchi in goal was vital.
"We came out very strong in the first half. I was very proud of them," Smith said. "We were doing some great things. Then we fell apart for a little bit at the end and they were able to dominate. Michaella came up big today, she had a ton of big, big saves."
Weston 0 1 — 1
Wahconah 1 1 — 2
WRHS — Allison Washburn (Sarah Houle), 18:00.
WRHS — Noelle Furlong (Sadie Anderson), 41:21.
WEST — Carenna Groff (Ellie Flory), 75:54.
Saves — WRHS: Michaella Moncecchi 14. WEST: Rachel Garasoll 13.
Hoosac Valley 2, Swampscott 2
CHESHIRE — Hoosac Valley (4-2-3) scored a pair of second-half goals to draw with Swampscott.
Sydni Jamros scored the first seven minutes into the second half to level the game up at 1-1.
Swampscott's Haley Bernhardt scored with six minutes to go to put her team back ahead, but a minute later Shaleigh Levesque scored.
Grace Kronick had seven saves for the Hurricanes.
"Tonight's game was well played by both teams," Hoosac coach Kathy Budaj said in an email. "It was exciting. Coming back from behind both times ... not giving up is a great mental win for us. Both teams made great plays offensively and defensively."
Swampscott 1 1 — 2
Hoosac 0 2 — 2
S — Mackenzie Kearney (unassisted), 4:28.
HV — Sydni Jamros (Alie Mendel), 47:03.
S — Haley Bernhardt (UA), 74:02.
HV — Shaleigh Levesque (UA), 75:15.
Saves — S: Fiona Herring 6. HV: Grace Kronick 7.
Lenox 4, Wahconah 0 (Friday)
LENOX — On Friday, the Millionaires got back in action after more than a week off since their last game, a loss at Mount Greylock. Lenox unloaded 16 shots on the Warriors, ultimately finding the back of the net four times in a shutout win. Six different Millionaires registered a point in the contest, with Nic Baruch coming away with a goal and assist. Matt Tibbetts had a light day in net, needing to make just one save as Lenox controlled play throughout.
"We have been working hard this week on finishing and on creative play in the final third, and I think it paid off today," wrote Lenox coach Matt Cote in an email. "I continue to see some very strong play from my seniors, and I am happy to see that our hard work this week paid dividends. We are showing that we are a truly multidimensional team."
Lenox 3 1 — 4
Wahconah 0 0 — 0
L — Andre Collins (Zach Suffish), 0:16. L — Mike Abdalla (Nic Baruch), 8:10. L — Baruch (unassisted), 22:20.
L — Harrison Keator (Keveen Delgado), 44:21.
Saves — L: Matt Tibbetts, 1. W: Anthony DonDiego, 7, Kyle Brogan, 2.
Williams women's soccer 2, Farmingdale State 0
WILLIAMSTOWN — Natalie Turner-Wyatt scored a goal in both halves as the Williams women shut out the Rams at Cole Field.
Turner-Wyatt scored the winner after 4 minutes, 29 seconds of play in the first half on an unassisted effort.
She followed it up with a goal at the 48:07 mark, finishing off a sequence of passes from Liz Webber and Alison Lu.
The Williams (9-0-1) defense allowed only two shots on target for the Rams, and Olivia Barnhill stopped both of them.
Danielle Ford had five saves for Farmingdale.
Williams men's soccer 3, Curry 0
WILLIAMSTOWN — The Ephs (5-1-3) scored a pair of goals in the first half to beat Curry at Cole Field.
Demian Gass scored both of the first-half strikes, converting the first on a pass from Milan Jones while the second was an unassisted effort.
Paul Griffith scored late in the second half to seal the win.
Bobby Schneiderman made just one save to get the clean sheet, while Paul DeMaio had seven saves for Curry.
MCLA women's soccer 2, Framingham State 1
NORTH ADAMS — After giving up an own goal with 75 minutes, 27 seconds played, the Trailblazers rallied to top the Rams at Shewcraft Field.
MCLA (2-8, 1-3 MASCAC) tied the game up on a goal from Kaylyn Holliday at the 76:41 mark. She scored on a pass from Lauren Mangiardi.
Kayla Baker tallied the winner at the 82:41 mark, scoring on an unassisted effort.
The win was a smash-and-grab for MCLA, as they were outshot 32-6 in the contest.
Megan Richardson did her part in goal, stopping 11 shots. Jennifer Stevens recorded two for Framingham.
Framingham State men's soccer 3, MCLA 0
FRAMINGHAM — Isaac De Souza scored a pair of goals to help his Rams to a win over MCLA (3-9-0, 1-1-0 MASCAC).
De Souza scored his first with just under four minutes to play in the first half, then scored his second five minutes after Ken Stahovish gave Framingham a 2-0 lead.
Kamron Anderson had 10 saves for MCLA.
Williams volleyball 3, Bates 2
LEWISTON, Maine — Down by two sets, the Ephs (7-9, 3-4 NESCAC) came all the way back to beat the Bobcats (7-8, 1-5).
The set scores were 19-25, 17-25, 25-18, 25-22 and 15-10.
Erin Denham had 20 kills and two digs for Williams. Ally Ostrow had 19 kills and 23 digs, Daiana Takashima had 28 digs and five assists, and Alex Newton finished with 57 assists, six digs and five kills.
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