Greylock boys’ soccer
Look back: The Mounties ruined Monument Mountain’s perfect season with a 2-1 win on Oct. 15. The victory puts them in pretty good shape to take the North Division title. The two teams will battle again on Oct. 29.
Greylock also beat Drury this week, 4-0.
Look ahead: The final full week of the regular season gets under way on Oct. 20 against Pittsfield. The Mounties will also square off with Wahconah and Taconic this week.
Drury boys soccer
Look back: The Blue Devils picked up one point this week with a tie against Mount Everett, 3-3. They were also beaten by Greylock 4-0. Jacob Groves, Stephin Wallace and Ryan Ouimet had the goals for Drury.
Look ahead: The Blue Devils will close out a difficult season this week. Drury will be at Renfrew Park to take on rival Hoosac Valley at 7 p.m. on Oct. 22. The season will close with a visit from St. Joseph’s on Oct. 26.
Hoosac boys’ soccer
Look back: The Hurricanes tightened up the race for the South title this week with wins over St. Joseph’s and Mount Everett. They started the week with a big win over a North Division opponent Wahconah, 3-0.
Tom Galisa got credit for two shut outs and recorded 29 saves in the three games. Nick Ryan recorded five goals in the week and Sean Ryan-Kut added four tallies.
Look ahead: Hoosac Valley sits just one
Hoosac will finish the regular season with three games this week, starting with a game against Drury at Renfrew Park on Oct. 22. Lee comes to town on Oct. 25 and the season wraps up at Taconic on Oct. 27.
McCann boys’ soccer
Look back: The Hornets split two games this week. They beat Ware 4-3 on Oct. 16 and then lost to Putnam 2-1 on a miserable rain-soaked day.
Look ahead: With just three games remaining on the season for McCann, it needs four points to get into the postseason.
Drury cross country
Look back: The Blue Devils closed out the regular season at Mount Greylock on Oct. 19. The boys were swept in the meet, losing to Hoosac 15-49 and to BART 23-32.
The girls snagged two victories and lost once. The loss came to Hoosac Valley, while Drury beat BART and Mount Everett.
Tia Brown was the first Blue Devil across the line, she finished 13th overall in a time of 19:09 on the rainy course.
Look ahead: The Blue Devils will run two final meets to wrap up the year. The Berkshire County meet on Nov. 3 and then Western Mass. on Nov. 10.
Hoosac cross country
Look back: The girls beat Drury 17-46 on Oct. 19, but lost to Greylock 22-39 in the final regular season meet.
Kalyn Alibozek won the race by five seconds over Greylock’s Emily Kaegi. Sydnee Gallup grabbed a fifth-place finish for the Hurricanes and Hannah Folino finished in 11th.
The boys were also beaten by Greylock, 26-31, and beat Drury, 15-59.
Travis Ciempa won the race, covering the 4K track in 13:50. Austin Poulton took fourth place and Jared Haley took fifth. Trevor Ciempa ran to a ninth-place finish for the Hurricanes.
Look ahead: The Hurricanes will have plenty of time to rest as they prepare for the Berkshire County meet on Nov. 3. The following meet is Western Mass. on Nov. 10.
McCann cross country
Look back: Justin Schneider won his first race on Oct. 17 at Windsor Lake, but the Hornets were topped by Chicopee, 28-34. Schneider won in a time of 18 minutes and 19 seconds. Teammate Nick Kordana was third in 18:49 and Mitchell Garner took seventh in 19:35.
The girls also lost to Chicopee, 20-39. Zoe Loughman took third in 24:10, Sarah Purcelli was fifth and Laura Netti took eighth.
Look ahead: The Hornets will put a close to the season on Oct. 23 at West Springfield. Both teams will be facing West Springfield and Putnam in the meet.
Greylock cross country
Look back: The Mounties finished the season at home and both teams got a win over Hoosac Valley to close it out.
On the girls’ side, Emily Kaegi was the first Mountie to finish as she took second place. Kat Chenail followed her and Jenna Phelps took fourth. Molly Haskins recorded a sixth-place finish, Stephanie Adamczyk took seventh, Sophia Dastoli was eighth, Laura Galib ninth and Niku Darafshi took 10th.
For the boys, Carter Stripp took seconds overall, finishing two second behind the winner. Will Kirby crossed the line third for the Mounties in a time of 14:24. Archer Greenhalgh, Will Nolan and Sam Kobrin took sixth through eighth. John Driver, Tommy Kirby, Jack Kobrin and Thomas Schoorlemmer were 10th through 13th in the race.
Look ahead: The Mounties will now have a little bit of a layoff as they prepare for the Berkshire County meet on Nov. 3.
Drury girls’ soccer
Look back: It was a quiet week for the Blue Devils. They played just one game against Wahconah, losing 3-0. Coach Molly Meczywor was happy with her team’s effort in the tough contest.
Look ahead: If Drury is going to get into the postseason it has to have a great final week of the season.
The Blue Devils will play South opponents Hoosac Valley, Greylock, St. Joseph’s and round the week and season out with Pittsfield. Three wins against South teams and a lot of help could get them in the postseason.
Hoosac girls soccer
Look back: The Hurricanes played just one game on the week, losing to Lenox 3-1. The only other scheduled game -- against Mount Greylock -- was called after four minutes due to weather conditions.
Look ahead: The postponed game just means the Hurricanes have an even bigger week. They sit tied atop the South with Greylock and will play Drury, Everett and Lee this week. Hoosac closes the year with Greylock in what could be a battle for the South title on Oct. 30.
McCann girls’ soccer
Look back: Another week, another dominate performance from Mary Nguyen and the McCann Tech Hornets. The Hornets stayed unbeaten in Tri-County play with a 5-0 win over Putnam on Oct. 17. Nguyen scored her sixth hat trick of the season in the win.
Look ahead: The Hornets will have a busy final week of the regular season with a game against St. Mary’s being postponed until Oct. 22. The Hornets will play Pathfinder and close the season with Franklin Tech before starting the postseason.
Greylock girls’ soccer
Look back: Sophie Leamon had two goals to power the Mounties past Monument, 2-0 in the only game of the week for Greylock.
Look ahead: Greylock had two games postponed this week, one against Mohawk and one against Hoosac. They will play Drury on Oct. 23 and then Mount Everett on Oct. 26.
Look back: Matt Lawrence finished sixth in the Berkshire County Classic on Oct. 14 with a score of 83 at Stockbridge Golf Club.
Look ahead: The Blue Devils were the only North County team to qualify for the Western Mass. tournament. The contest will be held at Stockbridge Golf Club on Oct. 22 with a shotgun start at 10 a.m.
Look back: Chad Alibozek claimed his third Berkshire County Classic title when he shot a 78 at Stockbridge Golf Club on Oct. 14.
Look ahead: Alibozek is the only golfer remaining for the Hurricanes. He will play as an individual in the Division II Western Mass. tournament.
Season overview: The Hornets finish a rebuilding season at 0-10. Four of six starters will return to Matt Barlin’s team next year.
Season overview: It was a tough year for the Mounties, but there is hope on the horizon. First-year coach Luke Polidoro returns his entire team next year. Aaron St. Martin, Steve Jayko, Mike Strizzi, Matt Wiseman, Lily Croluis and Kyle Alveraz will all be back on the course after finishing this year as the starters.
Season overview: The Mounties finish a rebuilding season with a 6-10 mark. Michala Dean, Brianna Jones and Emily Greb were the only seniors on the team this season.