New England Newspapers
LEE -- Nathan Majumder scored a goal for Mount Greylock boys’ soccer in the 13th minute against Lee on Friday. The visiting Mounties were forced to make that goal stand up in a 1-0 win over the Wildcats.
"They’re a powerhouse. To come out of it 1-0 was good," Lee coach Matt Kollmer said. "It wasn’t a situation where we had to pack it in. We played them hard in the midfield."
On a rainy afternoon, both goalkeepers were more than solid. Sean Houston had eight saves for the shutout while Lee’s Heamon Williams made 11 saves.
CHESHIRE -- Nick Ryan scored in the 23rd minute to give the Hurricanes a slim one-goal lead over Wahconah. It held up until the 75th minute when Wahconah leveled the game off a corner kick. It ended in a 1-1 tie.
"A tie against a northern division team is always respectable," Hoosac coach Camilo Bermudez said.
The tying goal was an inward-swinging corner that Hoosac keeper Tom Galisa went to catch. He "semi-slipped" and the ball redirected of his foot and into the net.
"They controlled the game in the second half and eventually got their goal," Bermudez said. "Tom really kept us in the game."
Galisa finished with 11 saves, while his counterpart, Chris Dapson, made three.
Drury cross country
LENOX -- In a rainstorm, Lenox’s Scott Carpenter and Hannah McClusky earned individual wins on the
The Lenox boys won their race with Taconic 16-44, and took the girls race 15-50. In other boys’ scores, Taconic beat Mount Everett 15-50 and Wahconah beat Everett 15-50. On the girls side, it was Taconic 15, Everett 50 and Wahconah 15, Everett 50. BART did not show and forfeited its meets with Drury and Lenox.
Tia Brown was the highest Drury finisher on the girls’ side with a 13th-place finish in 23 minutes, 53 seconds. Mike Schmidt finished 47th in 24:00.
Carpenter covered the 3-mile course in 17:27, six seconds faster than teammate Tucker McNinch. Jackson Alberti was third. Five of the top 10 boys were Lenox runners.
The girls were even more dominant. Led by McClusky, eight of the top 10 runners wore the maroon and gold of Lenox. McClusky’s winning time was 21:13, and she slogged through the mud 20 seconds faster than runner-up Emily Tibbetts. Lenox’s Liz Jarck, Grace Ellrodt and Ella King rounded out the top five.