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Front row, from left: Marissa Long (Somers, Conn.), Serena Batacchi (Mount Everett), Maya Creamer (Miss Hallís School), Caraigan Green (Hoosac Valley), Brooke Masse (Mount Greylock), Faith Hall (Hoosac Valley), Karyssa Charon (Hoosac Valley), Elli Miles (Drury) and Sara Smithline (Somers, Conn.). Back row: Miriam Miller (Williston Northampton), Emily Figiela (Wahconah), Maci Wilcox (East Catholic High, Conn.), Brooke Phelps Mount Greylock), Liv Witter (Miss Hallís School), Clare Sheedy (Mount Greylock), Emma Stevens (Mount Greylock), Abbi McCallister (Hoosac Valley) and Sierra Murray (Pittsfield).

Berkshire Attack Competes at Northfield Mount Hermon Tourney

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NORTHFIELD, Mass. -- The Berkshire Attack girls lacrosse team last weekend competed in the Northern Rise Lacrosse Tourney at Northfield Mount Hermon School.
The team competed against squads from as far away as Florida, Virginia and Toronto, Ontario.
Offensively the team was led by Sierra Murray (Pittsfield), Maci Wilcox (East Catholic), Brook Masse and Clare Sheedy (both from Mount Greylock).
On defense Emily Figiela (Wahconah), Maya Creamer (Miss Hall’s) Caraigan Green (Hoosac Valley) and Brooke Phelps (Mount Greylock) stood out.
Newcomer Serena Batacchi from Mount Everett scored her first tourney goal versus Albany Power.

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