NORTH ADAMS -- The Drury girls' soccer team had a bit of tough time scoring goals through the first two games, but that all changed Thursday afternoon.
Cori Ghidotti scored the first four goals, three in the first half, and the Blue Devils picked up their first victory, a 7-0 win over Mount Everett.
"She was fierce," coach Molly Meczywor said. "She had a fire in her belly."
In their second game, Drury had trouble playing balls to the corner and working down the sidelines. Against Everett, the Blue Devils played the ball on the ground to each other and worked well off the ball, said Meczywor.
The offense took 20 shots, forcing Everett keeper Samantha Hoover to make 14 saves. Ali Tatro had a quiet afternoon, as she didn't have to make a single save.
Hannah Collier, Chelsea DeGroff and Jenn Monyahan tallied Drury's final three goals in the second half.
"Everything was three, four , five passes," Meczywor said. "We found a lot of open spaces. We were patient and found the open player, and the open player just took really good placement shots."
Greylock girls' soccer
LEE -- Trailing 2-0 at the half, Mount Greylock got a pair of second-half scores to tie Lee, 2-2.
"It was a great game to watch," said Wildcat coach Lauren Finnegan. "We went back and forth with Greylock. I thought we came out firing, and they seemed a little flat. But they came back in the second half."
But Greylock came back in the second half on goals by Alexandra DeVeaux and Miranda Bucky.
Coach Tom Ostheimer said he hopes this game serves as a wake-up call to his Mounties.
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Drury cross country
SHEFFIELD -- Pittsfield's Lauren Farry was the first runner across the line in the girls' race on Friday, but Lenox countered with a second-place finish by Hannah McClusky, a third by Emily Tibbetts and a fifth by Emily Jarck. That was just enough to give the Millionaires the 27-30 win on Mount Everett's course. Tia Brown was the top Drury runner, finishing in 22nd with a time of 24 minutes, 5 seconds. Drury scored a 15-50 victory over Everett, but lost 15-50 to Pittsfield and 22-33 to St. Joseph's.
Scott Carpenter took first place in the boys' race by nearly a minute over teammate Tucker McNinch, and Lenox defeated Pittsfield 24-31. Carpenter finished the course at Mount Everett in 15:32, with McNinch checking in at 16:20.
The Mount Everett boys team defeated Drury 25-30, led by Todd Clay , Justin Makuc and Kenny Edwards, who were 31st, 32nd and 33rd overall respectively. Pittsfield also defeated Drury 15-50.