NORTHAMPTON -- The McCann Tech boys' soccer team showed it was the superior team throughout much of Friday's contest against Smith Vocational, scoring another four goals to win 4-1.
Damon Couture scored McCann's second and third goals, spanning halftime, to take McCann from a 1-0 lead to a 3-1 advantage.
"Really good passing and ball control," coach Adam Kozik said. "We still didn't finish the way we should have finished. We should have had more goals."
After a 6-1 loss to open the year, McCann has come back with nine goals in its last two games.
Smith Voc's only goal came on a penalty kick in the 31st minute. P.J. Laliberte made four saves to earn the win.
Greylock boys' soccer
WILLIAMSTOWN -- The Mounties continued their strong defensive play against St. Joseph's, holding the Crusaders to just three shots. The offense was equally as good, putting away seven goals for a 7-0 win.
Nathan Majumder continued his torrid start to the season with two goals and two assists. Benni McComish was right behind with one goal and two helpers.
Sean Houston was in goal for just the first half, making one save. Cal Filson made his varsity debut in the second half and made two saves.
Hoosac boys' soccer
LENOX -- The Lenox boys lost their season opener to Mount Greylock. Since then, it's been pretty smooth sailing.
Take Friday night's game with Hoosac Valley for example. The
"At halftime, we just talked abouit attacking the flank and that gave us more room in the middle of the field," Lenox coach Scott Chadwick said.
Abdul Al Henaidi got credit for the game winner, scoring in the 24th minute. Seamus Ryan had a goal and an assist while Alex Bennett assisted on Al Henaidi's and Ryan's goals.
Trevor Hathaway notched the shutout.
Drury boys' soccer
DALTON -- Once Wahconah showed coach John Kovacs more consistency in the second half, the goals came quickly in a 6-2 win over the Blue Devils.
The Warriors scored three times in a 9-minute span of the second half, turning a 2-1 game into a blowout. Jeff Pullano scored twice and had an assist for the victors, opening the scoring on his own corner kick 9 minutes into the game.
"When we were able to cross the ball in, getting it down to the corners and crossing it in got us some of the goals," Kovacs said. "It was a matter of trying to get in our rhythm, and that took a while."
Ryan Park scored twice for Wahconah, with Connor Meehan scoring both Drury goals. Wahconah outshot Drury 23-8.
McCann girls' soccer
NORTH ADAMS -- Alex Lincoln scored a pair of goals on her birthday and Jordan Reinherdt tallied her first career varsity goal in an 8-0 win over Commerce.
The win pushes the Hornets to 3-0 overall and 2-0 in the Tri-County league.
"It was a nice passing game," coach Mike Dowling said. "We played a lot minutes. "Some of [the reserves] are getting some quality time, so I'm getting a good look at them."
Lincoln opened the scoring just 5:34 into the game, and after an own goal, Mary Nguyen picked up her 94th and 95th points with consecutive goals before the game was 20 minutes old to give the Hornets a commanding 4-0 lead.
"We did a lot of work," Dowling said. "[We need to] have a nice practice on Monday, keep the momentum going [into Tuesday's game against Renaissance]."
ADAMS -- Chad Alibozek's 37 led the way in Hoosac's 160-181 win over St. Joseph's. The individual medalist birdied No. 9 at the par-34 Forest Park Country Club, as did teammate Keith Pero.
"He's just rock steady," Hoosac coach Jay Sniezek said of Alibozek. "Had one little blip on the seventh hole and ended up with a double bogey. Other than that, he was on par."
Joey Bongini, who birdied No. 4, led St. Joe's with a 41.
WILLIAMSTOWN -- At Waubeeka Golf Links, Wahconah's Cam Collins was medalist with a 46 as the Warriors handed Greylock (0-6) a 188-210 defeat.
"The attitudes are still great," Greylock coach Luke Polidoro said. "It would be good to get a win for morale sake."
Collins also had the only birdie of the day, getting it on the par-4 ninth hole.
NEW LONDON, Conn. -- The Ephs earned a 3-1 win over Connecticut College.
Claire Mills and Emily Baratta had eight kills each for Williams. Catherine Egan added seven kills and eight block. Ryan Farley had 37 assists for Williams, now 5-1.