PITTSFIELD -- Hoosac Valley scored three goals in the first half to grab a 3-0 win over St. Joseph's on Monday afternoon.
Shaun Knapp got the Hurricanes on the board 10 minutes in. Matt Bresett and Nick Ryan added a goal and an assist each for Hoosac.
The win distances the Hurricanes from the Crusaders, who entered the game just two points back in the South Division. Hoosac now has six points (3-0) in the division.
Hoosac girls' soccer
CHESHIRE -- The Hurricanes played tough defense and got a goal on their only shot of the game, but it wasn't enough against the Generals, as they lost 2-1.
Kara Alfonsi and Aleah Sangiovanni scored first-half goals to power Pittsfield to the win. Danielle Beauchemin's breakaway goal in the 45th minute broke the Generals' shutout streak of more than 500 minutes dating back to the season opener.
"We were thrilled with the way we played," said Hoosac coach Blair Mahar.
Drury girls' soccer
LENOX -- The host Millionaires (4-1) forced Drury keeper Ali Tatro to make 22 saves. The two Tatro didn't get did the Blue Devils in for a 2-0 loss.
Jen Delasco's 25-yard blast at the 15-minute mark put Lenox up 1-0. Eighth grader Tova Brown scored an insurance goal in the 72nd minute.
"I expected a slower start, to be honest," Lenox coach Matt Cote said of his team's early-season success. "Everyone gave me a good effort [Monday]. Our bench players are
Drury coach Molly Meczywor was thrilled with the way her team played.
PITTSFIELD -- At the Country Club of Pittsfield, Hoosac's Chad Alibozek was medalist with a 2-over-par 37. Pittsfield's Adam Brickle was one stroke back, but the rest of the Generals were better than the rest of the Hurricanes, giving Pittsfield a 170-188 win.
Alibozek and Brickle were tied on the ninth hole where Alibozek made a 10-foot birdie and Brickle lipped out his 10-footer and settled for par.
"I played my seniors [Brickle and Jake Matthews] with Alibozek. They wanted to play with him," said PHS coach Chris Polidoro. "It was competitive."
LANESBOROUGH -- At Skyline Country Club, Andy Cella and Danielle Lapierre shared medalist honors with 42s for the Crusaders in a 177-198 win over Mount Greylock, who is still searching for its first win.
"I was happy to see my team rise to the occasion and put up another solid score," St. Joseph's coach Fran Brilliant said. "We continue to gt contributions from a number of different players."
Cody Tynan was the third St. Joe's golfer to beat Greylock's top scorers. Aaron St. Martin and Matt Wiseman both had 48s for the Mounties, who played with only five.