SHEFFIELD -- McCann Tech girls' soccer team took advantage of an early own goal by Mount Everett and beat the Eagles for the first time in two seasons, 5-0.
McCann took a 5-0 lead by halftime on the strength of Mary Nguyen's hat trick.
This was the second of a four-game-in-five-day stretch for Mount Everett.
"I don't think Mount Everett is a slack team by any means," McCann coach Mike Dowling said. "I just think we caught them on a bad day.
Sam Hoover made nine saves in goal for the Eagles, while Alex Wood stopped eight shots for the Hornets.
Martel's assist on Nguyen's first goal was Martel's first varsity point. She then added a goal in the second half. Alex Lincoln also scored unassisted goals for McCann.
It was a solid defensive outing for the Hornets. Dowling's main concern entering the season was defense and goaltending. A shutout by Wood has the coach breathing a little easier heading into league games next week.
CLARKSBURG -- A double-bogey on the par-4 first hole at North Adams Country Club couldn't slow Drury's Matt Lawrence on Friday, as he helped his team to a 161-172 win over St. Joseph's.
Lawrence recovered to shoot 38 on the par-34 course at North Adams Country Club, earning medalist honors for the victorious Blue Devils.
Lawrence birdied the par-5 ninth hole during his round, one of three birdies for Drury. Alex Boulger, who birdied the par-3
"He [Lawrence] is my No. 1 player, and he's got a lot of experience," Drury coach Don Dagnoli said. "He knows if things go wrong, he can right the ship pretty quickly."
Andy Cella led St. Joe's with a 38. Tim Wiles shot a 41 for the Crusaders, with a birdie on No. 1.
Dagnoli, at this early point in the season, is pleased with the Devils' consistency in scoring.
"We had some penalty strokes with some guys, and they still managed some pretty good scores," he said. "My 5 and 6 guys are shooting 42. I can't complain about that."
Hoosac Valley golf
DALTON -- Hoosac's Chad Alibozek took medalist honors with a 42 on the par-36 back nine at Wahconah Country Club, but it was Cam Collins (43) and the Warriors who earned the victory, 185-203.
Joe Szczepaniak shot 44 for Wahconah, with the only birdie of the day (No. 14) on a course that had quick greens Friday.
"Happy with the victory, but overall, it's a work in progress," Wahconah coach Pete Terpak said. "Our benchmark would be the 160s, so we've got a lot of work to do."
Mount Greylock golf
LEE -- Jared Fadding birdied the par-4 fifth and par-5 sixth holes at Greenock Country Club, en route to a medalist-earning 38 to help the Wildcats down Mount Greylock, 165-188.
Andy Consolati and J.T. Brown each shot 41 on the par-35 course for Lee.
"We worked a lot on the short game yesterday for practice, and our scores dropped unbelievably since our last match," Lee coach Tom McDarby said. "It's just chipping and putting."
Matt Wiseman led Greylock with a 43. Mike Strizzi hit a 47 and Steve Jayko shot a 48.
Drury Cross Country
PITTSFIELD -- The Generals started the cross country season in dominant fashion on Friday.
Both the PHS boys and girls teams earned dual victories, and General runners swept the individual races on the 2 1/2-mile course at Taconic High School. Dan Brien won the boys race in 14 minutes, 22 seconds, while Lauren Farry's winning time of 16:30 beat the next-best finisher -- her teammate, Mackenzi Powers -- by more than a minute.
Pittsfield's girls beat Mount Everett 15-50, and the boys earned 15-50 wins over both Drury and Mount Everett.
Drury's Tia Brown took 20th place with a time of 19:58.
Other winners on the boys side were Monument Mountain over Taconic (19-42) and BArT (15-50); and Taconic over Drury (15-50). Taconic's girls beat both Drury (16-46) and Everett (15-48), while Monument earned 15-50 wins over BArT, Drury and Mount Everett.
For the boys, Drury's top finisher was Austin Pedercini with a time of 19:23.
Dylan Cole-Kink of Monument ran a 14:27 to take second place overall, followed by teammate Logan Morton (14:46). Taconic's Matt Rabasco and Monument's Mike Kotleski rounded out the top five. On the girls side, Mackenzi Powers finished in 17:41, followed closely by Monument's Heather Hassett (17:42). The Spartans' Jordan Begley (17:54) was fourth, and Pittsfield's Makayla Powers (18:09) was fifth.
KEUKA PARK, N.Y. -- The MCLA volleyball team dropped to 0-4 on the season, falling to SUNY-Canton 3-0.
The match was the first of the Keuka College Invitational.
Canton stole a tight first set, 25-20, but dominated play in the second set, winning 25-13 in both. Trailblazers then dropped the third set 25-17.
The Trailblazers will play host to Kueka at 1 p.m. on Saturday as part of the tournament.
Williams College volleyball
BEVERLEY -- The Ephs started their season with a trip to Endicott for the Endicott Invitational. Williams split the opening day of matches, beating Plymouth State 3-2 and then losing to UMass Boston 3-0.
Against Plymouth State the Ephs dropped the first set 20-25, then won the second and third sets, 25-17 and 25-20. Plymouth forced a fifth set with a 25-22 win and the Ephs pulled out a close 15-13 win in set five.
Emily Baratta led the team with 15 kills off of the bench. Claire Miller had 13 kills.
Against UMass, Emily Doll and Catherin Egan each has seven kills.