PITTSFIELD -- Katie Toomey scored twice as the Blue Devils had a five-goal lead at halftime to breeze past St. Joseph 6-0 on Tuesday afternoon.
Photo Gallery: Drury girls' soccer vs. St. Joe's
"They start seven seniors. We're just a young team, really," St. Joe coach Gordie Roberts said. "We have trouble with skills and our ball control."
Cori Ghidotti, Alison Tassone and Molly Moulton added first-half goals while Brianna Simard scored in the second half.
Hoosac girls' soccer
LEE -- The Hoosac Valley girls' soccer team used a strong team effort with four different players scoring goals to defeat Lee, 4-0.
The game was tied at 0-0 for most of the first half until Alyssa Bush scored off a pass from Cecily Malloy with 10 minutes left in the half. Meg Rodowicz followed with a goal off a feed from McKenzie Robinson four minutes later, putting her team ahead by two.
In the second half, two strong individual plays ballooned the lead. Lily Kronick scored off a corner kick, and Abby Chaput fired a shot from about 25 yards out to complete the scoring.
Hoosac coach Blair Mahar said it's good to start out the week with a division win.
"We came off a big week against the North. Coming back to face Lee in the South was a good way to start off the week," Mahar said. "Played nice possession soccer, stringing nice passes together all the down the field and creating some nice scoring."
STAMFORD, Vt. -- The Blue Devils picked up their ninth win of the season despite a strong effort from Lenox's Kris Vahle. Drury won 155-171.
Drury's Nick Bator and Vahle tied for the low scores of the round with even-par 36s. Drury's Matt Lawrence shot the next-lowest score with a 37. The 155 team score for Drury was its lowest all season.
Drury coach Don Dagnoli said he was happy with the strong round from his team.
"I'm really proud of my team, especially the top two guys. Kris Vahle shot really well. I give him credit for shooting well on an unfamiliar course," Dagnoli said. "Best score we've had all year. I hope we can continue the momentum."
Drury 155, Lenox 171
DRURY (155) -- Matt Lawrence 37, Nick Bator 36, Nick Boulger 41, Nick Trombley 41, Doug Sigsbury 45, Joe Levanos 45.
LENOX (171) -- Kris Vahle 36, Ben Epstein 48, Cam Sibley 51, Zach Levesque 44, Kevin Coakley 44, Lucy Schwartz 47.
Birdies -- Lawerence (No. 1,4, 9), Bator (No. 1,9), Sigsbury (No 4), Vahle (No. 1,4,8), Epstein (No. 2,4), Coakley (No. 9), Schwartz (No. 9).
ADAMS -- The Hornets dropped matches at seeds one, four and five Tuesday at Forest Park Country Club, which didn't help McCann in a narrow defeat to Mohawk, 13-11.
Austin Miller scored the most points for the Hornets earning three and a half points out of the number six spot.
Mohawk 13, McCann Tech 11
MCCANN (11) -- Robert Ferriter 61 (1), Charles Bohl 54 (2 1/2), Brad Tatro 49 (2), Ryan Meehan 56 (1 1/2), Brian Boudreau 56 (1.5), Austin Miller 67 (3 1/2).
MOHAWK (13) -- Rowan Jones 44 (3), Aaron Nelson 54 (1 1/2), Thomas Aurigemma 54 (2), Hunter Sessions 50 (3.5), Levin Finch 54 (2.5), Brian Allen 69 (1/2).
McCann cross country
NORTH ADAMS -- Both the boys and girls split their duals with Sci Tech and Greenfield with both victories coming against Sci Tech. The boys won 18-41, while losing 21-37 to Greenfield. The girls came away with a 19-36 win and a 22-34 loss to the Green Wave.
Zoe Loughman and Justin Schneider finished second in their respective races, but the story was the team's depth. Chris Santella and Cameron Anderson -- both running up a spot -- ran personal bests. Santella finished 17th in 21 minutes, 28 seconds. Anderson was 1 second behind in 18th.
Coach Todd Hamilton credited their fast times to chasing someone new. Usually they chase the Hornets' No. 4 runner, but he wasn't running, so eyes were set on No. 3 Billy Rivard.
"They're really good at holding a pace, excellent at pace," he said.
The girls had a trio finish within a second of each other to grab spots six through eight with Laura Netti edging Amanda Rancourt and Sarah McCarthy. Hamilton said Rancourt gained confidence in her ability to keep up with Netti from practicing with her during the week.
"Amanda Rancourt had run 2 full minutes faster than a week ago," he said. Confidence is huge in endurance sports. When you lose that confidence, you lose the will to run faster.
McCann has its final home meet of the year next week. It hosts Franklin Tech on Oct. 8.
Greylock girls' soccer
WILLIAMSTOWN -- A goal in each half gave the Mounties just enough to overcome a late own goal and hang on for a 2-1 win over Monument Mountain.
Sophie Leamon muscled a shot past Emily Shaw midway through the second half, giving Greylock a 2-0 lead. Less than seven minutes later, a Monument corner caromed off a Greylock head and into the Mounties' goal. That was all Monument got against a stingy Greylock defense.
As much as Greylock needed the second goal, it was the first one -- scored by Lucy Barrett -- that gave Greylock coach Tom Ostheimer a little sigh of relief.
"Great run on right by Barrett down the right side and she hit a rocket from 25 yards out to the far corner. That was a key moment in the game," he said. "Soccer's a matter of a few plays and Lucy converted on that one."
McCann girls' soccer
NORTH ADAMS -- The Hornets went with an unorthodox lineup for this tune-up, moving outside fullbacks Kaylee McNeice and Danielle Gibeau, as well as regular goalie Alex Wood, to the front line.
All three scored in the first half of a 5-1 win over Commerce for McCann (6-2-1, 5-1-1 Tri-County).
"We gave the fullbacks a different perspective," McCann coach Mike Dowling said. "They're all seniors ... and this was one of the games to do it."
Lexi Andrews and Cheyanne Alcombright added goals for the Hornets, who play Renaissance on Friday.