The girls lacrosse team played tough in what was a 5-2 game with about 10 minutes left to play before Miss Hall's reeled off 3 unanswered goals to pull away late. Taylor Schnoop received player of the game - honors for her efforts on the field and her continued encouragement of her teammates.
Joyce Wang, Freddy Desgagnes, Tiffany Ray and Eve Dagenais also scored for the ladies.
Both lacrosse teams battled in defeat vs Dublin School in New Hampshire on Wednesday. The girls lost 10-0 as Freddy Desgagnes received player of the game honors. The boys dropped a 10-1 decision after beating Dublin earlier in the season.
Next up for both teams is Saturday. The girls host Miss Halls School at 2:30, and the boys host Greens Farms School at 2:00.
The Owls hosted Stratton Mountain School from Vermont on Tuesday, and came up with an exciting 8-7 win. Big stars for Hoosac were Trevor Farrell, Atrael Pineiro, Drew Flynn, Eddy Franz, and Gregg Brathwaite in goal. The Owls will go on the road to play Dublin School in New Hampshire today for a 3:00 start.
The baseball team hosted Mt. Anthony Union High School from Bennington on Friday afternoon, and lost a well-played 5-3 game.
The team put together a solid game, both fielding and hitting, as they commited only one error, and strung together six hits in the defeat.
Blair Manners pitched five strong innings in his first start of the season. Tyler Proctor, Adam Desgagnes, Alex Anderson, Danny Lepage, and Mitch Holdsworth all came up with hits on the afternoon for the Owls.
Next up - Storm King School on Saturday the 18th at home.
The baseball team traveled to New Lebanon, NY to take on Darrow School in a rain soaked game on Wednesday. Conor Thomson pitched three strong innings to keep Darrow at bay long enough for the Hoosac bats to get fired up. It was a big inning in the sixth as they scored six runs to blow it open.
The boys lax team hosted Northwood School on Wednesday as they played a solid game, but came up just short in a 7-6 defeat. Drew Flynn and Atrael Pineiro each had a pair of goals as Trevor Farrell and Danny Newman added one apiece.
Next up for the Owls - Masters School on Saturday in Dobbs Ferry, NY
The girls lacrosse team hosted Emma Willard School from Troy, NY on a rainy afternoon. They were gracious in defeat, losing 11-1.
Miranda Du was awarded Player of the Game by the other team. Bailey Foster did the scoring, and Mary Kate Whitesell played stellar in goal. Those players also having a solid game were Julia Kopala, Joyce Huang and Eve Dagenais.
Next up for the girls is Dublin School in New Hampshire on Wednesday the 15th.
The boys baseball team pounded out 11 hits and 13 runs on the afternoon. Fire players who scored multiple runs were: Adam Desgagnes (3-for-3 walk, 2 runs scored); Alex Atsaidis (1-for-2, 2 runs scored); Marc-Anthony Lacharite (2-for-3, walk, 2 runs scored); Nolan Porcelli (1-for-2, 2 runs scored); Danny Lepage (2-for-3, run scored, walk); and Eric Pai (1-for-2, walk, 2 runs scored).
Nolan Porcelli and Blair Manners shared the pitching duties for the Owls who now go to 2-2 on the season.
Next up - Winchendon School on May 4 at home at 4:00.
on Thursday April 25 at 10:07AM