NORTH ADAMS -- Lindsay Borbolla scored twice in the second half as the MCLA women’s soccer team broke open a close contest with three second-half goals, beating Lyndon State 4-0.
MCLA dominated play from the outset, outshooting Lyndon State 28-3. The Trailblazers forced Lyndon goalie Samantha Smith to make 12 saves.
Borbolla assisted on what proved to be the winning goal. She took a free kick at 26:18 and Jennifer Ferrari headed it home for her first goal of the season.
Rebecca Pike made it 2-0 in the 54th minute and Borbolla finished up with her two goals.
Danielle Heinsohn had one save to get the shutout.
CHICOPEE -- The Trailblazers (4-13) dropped a 3-1 decision at Elms College. The scores were 25-15, 25-19, 18-25, 25-22.
Julia Christian led the Trailblazers with 16 kills and Kelley Bryant had 32 digs. J.C. Pickett had 14 kills to pace Elms (2-14).
CLARKSBURG -- Alex Boulger shot his best round of the season and led his team to a 158-189 victory over Mount Greylock at North Adams Country Club.
"The match was played in very tough conditions," Drury coach Don Dagnoli said. "I’m very happy with how my team played and how well they played."
Boulger hit a birdie on the ninth hole, while Matt Lawrence birdied the fifth hole on his way to shooting a 38.
Dagnoli said both teams played in heavy wind and rains.
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McCann girls’ soccer
NORTH ADAMS -- McCann Tech recorded its ninth win of the year, qualifying for the Western Massachusetts Division III tournament by taking a 3-1 win over Pathfinder.
The Hornets (9-1) spotted the visitors a one-goal lead on an early score, but regained the lead with a pair of scores by Mary Nguyen and a goal from Alexa Durant.
"They came at us pretty hard," said Hornets coach Mike Downing. "They scored first, and it seemed to wake us up. But that was our ninth win, so we’re in the tournament."
Greylock girls’ soccer
PITTSIELD -- The Mounties picked up a much-needed victory over St. Joseph’s, 1-0.
Despite the loss, Crusaders’ coach Betsy D’Agostino was pleased with her team’s effort.
"The last time we played Greylock, we lost 4-0," she said. "So this is a big improvement. It’s one of those games where your team loses, but you know they left everything on the field."
Miranda Bucky scored the lone goal late in the second half. Margot Besnard recorded six saves for the shut out.
Greylock boys’ soccer
WILLIAMSTOWN -- The Majumder family accounted for all four goals against the Braves. Nathan scored three and brother Jonah scored the other in the 4-0 win.
"We were a little sluggish in the first half, but we picked it up in the second," said Greylock coach Blair Dils. "They packed it in, but we were able to get forward and get behind them."
The unbeaten (9-0) Mounties qualified for the postseason with the win.