McCann Tech girls' soccer
Look back: Alex Lincoln celebrated her birthday in style on Sept. 14, scoring two goals to lead her team past Commerce and improve to a 3-0 on the season. Jordan Reinherdt picked up her first varsity point with a goal in the 8-0 win over Commerce. Nguyen scored six goals in two games this week. The Hornets have yet to give up a goal on the year.
Look ahead: It could be a big week for Nguyen and the McCann Tech Hornets. Nguyen is just five points away from 100 for her career. The team plays Renaissance at home on Sept. 18 and then hits the road for two straight games. Nguyen would like to hit the milestone at home.
Drury boys' soccer
Look back: It wasn't an easy week for the Blue Devils. Lenox handed them a 7-0 loss on Sept. 11 and Wahconah gave them a 6-2 loss on Sept. 14. Connor Meehan had both the goals for Drury this week.
Look ahead: The Blue Devils take on Mount Everett on Sept. 18 and host Lee on Sept. 21.
Hoosac Valley boys' soccer
Look back: The Hurricanes pushed 12 goals across the line in the first week of the season, but didn't see nearly the same success this week. Hoosac lost to Greylock, 1-0, and Lenox, 5-0, this week.
Look ahead: After a tough week Hoosac will relax this week with just one game. The Hurricanes challenge a tough Mount Everett squad on Sept. 21.
Look back: Chad Raimer scored five goals this week in two games to lead his team to a 2-0 record and improve to 2-1 on the season. The Hornets downed St. Mary's on Sept. 11 and beat Smith Vocational on Sept. 14. Damon Couture had two goals in the win over Smith.
Look ahead: It's a busy week for the Hornets. They start with St. Joseph's on Sept. 18 then host Mount Everett on Sept. 19 before challenging Putnam on Sept. 21.
Mount Greylock boys' soccer
Look back: The Mounties improved to 3-0 on the season and have yet to surrender a goal this year. In two games this week, against Hoosac Valley and St. Joseph's, Greylock allowed just five shots on goal. Nathan Majumder had five points in the two games.
Look ahead: The Mounties start this week with a rematch of last year's Western Massachusetts Division II semifinal against Monument Mountain. The Mounties won 1-0 in overtime last year. Greylock rounds out the week against Pittsfield.
Drury cross country
Look back: On the heels of Tia Brown's 22nd place finish, the Blue Devil girls picked up their first win of the season against Everett on Sept. 13, 15-50. In the same meet however, they lost to Pittsfield and St. Joseph's.
The boys sank to 0-4 in the Sept. 14 meet. They lost to Mount Everett 25-30 and to Pittsfield 15-50.
Look ahead: The Drury boys will take on Monument on Sept. 19 at Mount Everett, the same course they ran on this past week.
The girls will also be at Mount Everett and they'll be taking on both Monument Mountain and Hoosac Valley.
Hoosac Valley cross country
Look back: Travis Ciempa picked up his first win of the season for the boys team, but Hoosac only grabbed one win this week. The Hurricanes beat Bart 15-50, but lost to Monument, 22-37.
On the girls side, Kalyn Alibozek finished in third place for the first time on the year. She led the Sept. 12 race but took a wrong turn on the course. Her team split the meet, beating Wahconah to improve to 2-2 on the year.
Look ahead: The girls will take to the course at Mount Everett on Sept. 19 to face two programs in a rebuilding mode. The young Hurricanes will take on Everett and Drury.
The boys have a relaxing week with just one meet against Mount Everett, at Mount Everett.
McCann Tech cross country
Look back: Both the boys and girls teams kicked the season off on Sept. 11 against Gateway. The boys lost 19-43. Justin Schneider was the top finisher for McCann, finishing second in a time of 19:47.
The girls were also beaten by Gateway, 28-29.
Zoe Loughman finished third overall with a time of 25:29. Sophia Oliveria, Sarah Puricelli, Laura Netti, Olvia Esoldi and Erica Peavey finished fifth through ninth in the race.
Look ahead: Both teams will look to redeem themselves on Sept. 18 when they take on both Pioneer and Granby at McCann.
Mount Greylock cross country
Look back: After having its two-year long win streak snapped in the first race of the year, the Mount Greylock boys got back on track in a Sept. 12 meet, beating Taconic, BART and Wahconah. Carter Stripp finished second overall.
For the girls, Emily Kaegi and Kat Chenail led the charge as the Mounties swept BART and Wahconah to remain unbeaten on the season.
Look ahead: The girls get back on the course with a tough meet on Sept. 19 at Mount Everett. The Mounties will run against Monument and Lenox.
The boys will also be at Mount Everett and will take a shot at getting a little revenge on Lenox. They will also run against Monument.
Drury girls' soccer
Look back: Led by Cori Ghidotti's four goal performance on Sept. 13 the Blue Devils broke into the win column, beating Mount Everett 7-0. Earlier in the week, Drury dropped a match to rival Hoosac, 2-0. They are now 1-1 in the South Division.
Look ahead: The Blue Devils have two important divisional games this week. They play at Lee on Sept. 18 and then will play at Greylock on Sept. 20. Both games will have large divisional implications.
Hoosac Valley girls' soccer
Look back: Cecily Malloy pushed two goals across for the Hurricanes against St. Joseph's on Sept. 13 for the win, 3-1. The Hurricanes beat rival Drury 2-0 earlier in the week. Meg Rodowicz scored a goal in each game.
Look ahead: Hoosac puts its unbeaten record on the line against Mount Greylock on Sept. 18. The Hurricanes then continue a string of four straight South Division games on Sept. 20 against Mount Everett.
Mount Greylock girls' soccer
Look back: The Mounties rallied in the second half against Lee to earn a 2-2 tie on Sept. 13. DeVeaux scored her second goal of the season against Lee. Earlier in the week Kelsey Orpin netted two goals to help the Mounties beat St. Joseph's, 5-0.
Look ahead: The Mounties host Mount Anthony on Sept. 15 before hosting back-to-back early season South Division showdowns with Hoosac Valley on Sept. 18 and Drury on Sept. 20.
Look back: The Blue Devils matched last season's win total with victories over Hoosac (168-174 on Sept. 12) and Wahconah (187-193 on Sept. 11).
Look ahead: The upstart Blue Devils will square off against a young Mount Greylock team on Sept. 17 and another rebuilding team in Mount Everett on Sept. 18. The real tests will come on Sept. 20 and 21 when the Blue Devils take on Lenox and then Monument.
Hoosac Valley golf
Look back: The Hurricanes picked up two wins this week, their first two of the season. Hoosac downed Greylock 168-185 on Sept. 10 and then defeated St. Joseph's 160-181. Chad Alibozek had his team's low score in both matches. In between the two wins the Hurricanes fell to Drury on Sept. 12, 168-174.
Look ahead: Hoosac will travel to Pittsfield on Sept. 17 and then host Lee and Mount Everett on consecutive days.
McCann Tech golf
Look back: The Hornets notched their first points of the season, but dropped two matches to fall to 0-3 on the young season. McCann lost to Pioneer on Sept. 11 and then was beaten on its home course by Mohawk, 22.5-2.5.
Look ahead: The Hornets will get three chances at their first win this week, all at home. Greenfield visits on Sept. 17, followed by Frontier the next day. Franklin Tech rounds out the Hornets week on Sept. 20.
Mount Greylock golf
Look back: On Sept. 11, the Mounties played Hoosac and lost 168-185. They then fell to Wahconah on Sept. 14, 188-210. The young Mounties are now 0-6 on the season, but have seen improvement in every match. The 185 was the lowest score of the season for the Mounties.
Look ahead: The Mounties will take on a team similar to themselves in Mount Everett on Sept. 20. Before then however, they'll take on Drury and a tough Pittsfield team.
Mount Greylock volleyball
Look back: The Mounties picked up their first run win of the season on Sept. 10 against Taconic, 3-2. Michala Dean led the way in the victory getting 16 kills and eight digs.
Look ahead: The Mounties will face a tough Lenox team on Sept. 18. They will round out the week with a game against Monument.