PITTSFIELD -- The Mount Greylock volleyball team rolled into the Moynihan Field House and went home with a straight-set victory (25-22, 25-14, 25-23) over Pittsfield, revenging a PHS win in Williamstown last month.
"They played well. They did a really good job of getting the ball to the front," said PHS coach Brian Lawton. "We didn't pass well [Monday night]."
Michala Dean led Greylock with 22 kills, five aces and eight assists. Meredith Dezieck had 22 assists, seven aces and three kills, while Jenna Markland had 11 digs and three aces.
For Pittsfield, Tiffany Robinson had six kills, nine assists and three aces. The Generals' Jasmine Chapman had six kills, eight digs and three aces while Megan Bodnar chipped in with two kills, two aces and six digs.
CLARKSBURG -- Drury golf coach Don Dagnoli said that Matt Lawrence has been a real leader for the Blue Devils this year.
On Monday, Lawrence led the Blue Devils with a career round as Drury beat Wahconah Regional 159-186 at the North Adams Country Club.
Lawrence shot a 1-over-par 35 and birdied the ninth.
"He's been playing great all year," said Dagnoli. "He's leading our team and showing why he's No. 1."
Drury (7-3) needs one more win to qualify for the Western Massachusetts Division II tournament. Wahconah is now 5-4.
ADAMS -- At Forest Park Country Club, Chad Alibozek was medalist with a 2-over-par 36 as
Ty Clark had his best round of the year for the Hurricanes, shooting a 39 and getting the day's only birdie on the seventh hole.
With four matches left, the Hurricanes need to win three in order to qualify for Western Mass.
"We're playing decent now," Hoosac coach Jay Sniezek said. "It's going to be close."
Hoosac boys' soccer
PITTSFIELD -- It was a quick start for the Pittsfield boys soccer team on Monday afternoon. That led to a 2-0 win over the Hurricanes.
The Generals scored two goals in the first eight minutes of the opening half and made them stand up at Kirvin Park.
The Generals (2-4-1), who opened 0-4, are now unbeaten in three straight games.
"We came out strong, did all the little things we were supposed to do," PHS coach Andrew Antil said. "In the second half, our game wasn't as refined."
Claudio Velez and Caesar Miranda had the goals for PHS. Jake Farron made eight saves for the shutout.
Drury boys' soccer
GREAT BARRINGTON -- It seemed like the Blue Devils barely had time to get off the bus when they got behind to Monument.
In fact, the Spartans scored four times in the first 12 minutes to take all the suspense out of a 7-1 win.
Chris Piretti had two goals for Monument, while Lucas Wartella had a goal and two assists.
McCann girls' soccer
PITTSFIELD -- Keegan McCauley scored twice and assisted on an Emylee Carnevale goal in the Crusaders' 4-0 win over the Hornets.
St. Joe's scored all its goals with less than 5 minutes left in each half.
"I think we just held up longer at the end of each half," St. Joe's coach Betsy D'Agostino said. "We played a little bit harder and it paid off.
"It takes us a while to warm up, I must say. It takes us a while to get in there, and then we find our niche."