WILIAMSTOWN -- The Mount Greylock boys' lacrosse team continued to show its dominance in Berkshire County.
With Thursday's 20-3 win over St. Joseph's the Mounties have now beaten every team in the county.
The Mounties jumped out to an 11-0 lead in the first quarter and were in control.
"We played with a lot of energy, which was good," said Greylok coach Jeff Stripp. "Sometimes. we come out a little sluggish."
It was once again the McCormack brothers who paced the offensive attack. Senior Brett had six goals and added three assists. His younger brother Michael had four goals and three assists.
Cal Filson stopped eight shots for the victory.
Hoosac boys lacrosse
PITTSFIELD -- Hoosac Valley's Mitch Carlow scored four times, but the rest of the offense fell silent against Taconic on Thursday.
Taconic's Jake Novik shut down the Hoosac offense in the second half, making 18 saves to lead his team to a 9-5 win.
With his team up by one, Novik turned away six shots in the third period to hold the Hurricanes scoreless. His play allowed the Braves offense to kick into high gear, scoring two in the third and putting the game out of reach in the fourth with three more.
Nick Pomeroy led the Braves with three goals in the contest, he also added an assist. Paul Green contributed two goals for the Braves, as well.
Greylock girls' tennis
WILLIAMSTOWN -- The Mount Greylock girls tennis team continued its hot start with a 3-2 win over Mohawk Trail.
It was the doubles teams who saved the day for the Mounties. Tyra Nurmi and Abby Tague won No. 1 doubles 6-0, 6-1 and then the combo of Mariza Sfakianaki and Charlotte Rand won their match 6-2, 6-0 to secure the match for the Mounties.
Tara Shastri also continued her hot start, winning in straight sets over Jen Field, 6-3, 6-3 at No. 2 singles. Sophia Gebera was forced to drop out of her match at No. 3 singles when she rolled her ankle. She won the first set, but couldn't continue about midway through the second.
"Tara is just improving each and every match for us," Jacobbe said. "She had a couple of lapses here and there, but was able to figure them out on her own."
The match of the afternoon belonged to Margot Besnard and Mohawks' Roz Lytle-Rich at No. 1 singles. Lytle-Rich pulled out the victory in a tie break.
SHEFFIELD -- Alicia Bazonski threw a three-hitter with 10 strikeouts to lead Mount Everett softball to its seventh win, a 6-2 victory over Hoosac Valley.
Natasha MacLeay homered for the Eagles in the sixth inning. Sam Hoover had a two-run double in the fourth.
Kassy Kazimierczak homered for Hoosac.
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WP -- Alicia Bazonski. LP -- Caroline Tomkowicz. 2B Everett 1 (Sam Hoover) HR Everett 1 (Natahsha MacLeay) Hoosac 1 (Kassy Kazimierczak)
PITTSFIELD -- Sarah Rayner threw a four-hitter and added two hits and three RBI to lead Pittsfield to a 9-2 win over Mount Greylock.
Trailing 1-0 on a ground out RBI by Meredith Dezieck the Generals scored three runs in the fourth and five in the fifth to take control.
Rayner had seven strikeouts and walked four for the Generals. She had a single and double at the plate, as did teammate Alissa Rosier. Libby White and Aoife Nester also had two hits for the winners.
Heather Tomkowicz struck out seven of the first nine PHS batters to open the game, but the Generals eventually solved her.
"We finally figured her out in the fourth, and we started hitting," said Pittsfield coach Greg Marchbank.
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Sarah Rayner and Aoife Nester. Heather Tomkowicz and Kendall Frye. WP -- Rayner. LP-- Tomkowicz 2B -- Pittsfield 2 (Rayner, Alissa Rosier)
DALTON -- The Warriors had a pair of five-run innings in the first and the fifth, to overwhelm Drury, 13-1.
Gabby Lavino's two run double and Shannon Lussier's two-run single were the big hits for the Warriors n the first.
Lussier went 3 for 4, as did teammate Beth McBain. Becca Grunow pitched the win, strking out two and walking one. It was Wahconah's seventh straight victory.
Laryssa LaPointe had a double for Drury.
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Becca Grunow and Bree Hereford. Cat Record and Ingrid Olsen. WP -- Grunow. LP -- Record. 2B -- Wahconah 1 (Gabby Lavinio) Drury 1 (Laryssa LaPoint) HR -- Wahconah 1 (Chloe Warren).
NORTH ADAMS -- The Hornets didn't let a two-run Pathfinder seventh derail them. They rallied with three of their own in the home half for a dramatic 6-5 win.
T.J. Therrien ripped an RBI triple to bring in the first run in the seventh for McCann. Justin Racine followed with a single to bring Therrien in to tie the game. A hit batsman and a walk to Dillon Carr later, and the Hornets had the bases loaded with one out. The suspense quickly changed to joy on the McCann sideline when the first offering to Dalton Nicholas found the backstop, allowing Racine to come across with the game-winning run.
"Today, we came out and played a great solid game," coach Pat Ryan said. "We held them scoreless for the first three.
"Gwozdz pitched a real gem today."
Therrien and Carr combined for a triple and double, respectively, to account for McCann's extra-base hits.
GRANBY -- It couldn't have been going better for the Hornets through 4 1/2 innings. They had a nice four-run lead and seemed to have everything under control. That's where the good news started.
The Hornets made five of their nine errors in the bottom of the fifth to aid Granby's six-run inning and send the Rams to a 10-4 win.
"We were cruising right along until the fifth inning, playing great defensively and capitalizing on everything we could offensively," coach Kate Galli said. "Then we couldn't get out of the fifth inning."
McCann had seven hits on the day and four went for extra bases. Olivia Esoldi, Jordan Prevey and Eileen Zajac all hit a double, while Kayla McNeice had the bigger hit, a triple. Prevey finished the day a perfect 3 for 3; Esoldi was 2 for 4 and scored.
Malloy took the loss for McCann. She pitched six innings, gave up 10 runs on seven hits and four walks while striking out three.