CLARKSBURG -- The Blue Devils got a balanced attack to overcome a fine round by medalist Chad Alibozek of Hoosac Valley to claim a 168-174 victory.
"We were able to overcome Chad Alibozek -- who had a great score -- that was the key," said Drury coach Don Dagnoli.
DALTON -- The Warriors took the last two sets after dropping an epic second set to win 3-1 over Mount Greylock on Wednesday evening, 25-16, 27-29, 25-18, 25-19.
Beth McBain had three aces, 16 kills and two blocks for Wahconah while Emily Jordan added an ace, nine kills and 14 digs. Ericka Unwin contributed eight aces, nine kills and 17 digs.
"[The second set] could have gone either way," said Warriors coach Dave Lussier. "After that, our girls settled down, started passing well. We had minimal service errors during those last two sets."
Greylock got seven kills and 13 digs from Kelsey Hadley while Meredith Dezieck had seven aces, five kills and five digs. Michala Dean finished with 15 kills, 12 digs and 19 assists. Celia Bote added 20 assists.
MCLA women’s soccer
CASTLETON, Vt. -- The Trailblazers dropped to 1-3 Wednesday night, falling 2-1 at Castleton State.
The Trailblazers opened the scoring in the 57th minute, as Jennifer Ferrari scored from the top of the box. Three minutes later, though, Castleton answered with the first of two Sami Ritter goals. She scored the game-winner in the 86th minute.
MCLA women’s tennis
SPRINGFIELD -- The Trailblazers lost 9-0 at Western New England, falling to 0-3 this season. Sarah Murphy took WNEU’s Linda Mustafa to three sets at No. 1 singles before losing 7-6 (5), 0-1 (8-10), 1-0 (10-5).
WILLIAMSTOWN -- The Ephs opened their home schedule with a solid 3-1 victory over visiting Vassar College, 25-20, 20-25, 25-20, 25-18.
The Ephs’ retooled lineup was able to avenge a 3-0 sweep to Vassar last year, despite the Brewers returning a similar lineup.
Catherine Egan registered 11 kills for Williams in only 16 attempts with no errors. Emily Doll led the team with five blocks.