The notebook is back for the spring season. The weather has already pushed a handful of games back, but there was still plenty of action at the end of the week.
Highlights: Stephin Wallace and Chaise LaBrie each scored twice for the Hoosac Valley boys' lacrosse team in a 9-8 come-from-behind overtime win. ... McCann Tech's Eli Holland tossed a one-hitter against Mount Everett in a 5-0 win. ... Maggie Rorke and Emily Sabin each recorded a hat trick for the Mount Greylock girls' lacrosse team.
Look back: It was a tough opening day for the Blue Devils on Friday. The Spartans squeezed out a close 7-6 win to start the season. Logan Rumbolt and Ryan Ouimet each had two hits. Rumbolt had a triple.
Look ahead: It's another quiet week for the Blue Devils. Drury heads to Monument Mountain for the second time this season on April 13. This time it will challenge St. Joseph's in the opening game of the Monument Tournament. The championship game and consolation game are scheduled for Monday.
The Hurricanes' game with St. Joseph's on Friday was postponed. The game was rescheduled to April 27. The cancellation gave the Hurricanes a little more time to rest, and they'll need it, as they jump right into a three-game week. Hoosac opens the season on April 8 at home with a game against Mohawk. It will also challenge Mount Greylock on April 10 and Lee on April 12.
Look back: Eli Holland tossed a complete game one-hitter for the Hornets in the first game of the season. They topped Mount Everett 5-0 to open the season. On Friday, the Hornets dropped a game to Dean Tech, 6-4. Dean grabbed five runs off starter Joe Gwozdz in the first inning and never looked back. The Hornets also had a game with Smith Vocational postponed.
Look ahead: McCann will try to kick off its home schedule on April 9 against Westfield Vocational. The Hornets then travel to Franklin Tech on April 11.
The Mounties will open the season on April 8. The Mounties travel to Hoosac Valley on April 10 and host Mount Everett on April 12.
Hoosac boys' lacrosse
Look back: Better late than never. Chaise LaBrie scored with just 3 seconds left in regulation and his older brother Cody won the game for Hoosac in overtime on Friday. The 9-8 win over Wahconah was the first game of the year for the Hurricanes. Chaise had two goals and Stephin Wallace notched two goals and an assist.
Look ahead: Hoosac will host Monument on April 9 and travel to Lee on April 11.
Greylock boys' lacrosse
Look back: The Mounties opened the season with a huge 21-1 win over first-year program Monument Mountain on Friday. No other details were available at press time.
Look ahead: The Mounties play Cambridge on April 6 and Wahconah on April 9.
Hoosac girls' lacrosse
Look back: Maeve Denning scored three times, but it wasn't enough for the Hoosac Valley girls to earn a win. The Hurricanes fell 12-4 on Friday to Lee.
Look ahead: The Hurricanes hit the turf again on April 8 against Wahconah. Hoosac then hosts Mount Greylock on April 10.
Greylock girls' lacrosse
Look back: Eight different players found the back of the net for the Mounties in a season-opening win against Chicopee Comp on Friday. Maggie Rorke and Emily Sabin each notched three tallies.
Look ahead: Greylock kicks off its Berkshire County season with a game at Lee on April 8. The Mounties also play Hoosac Valley on April 10.
The Blue Devils had their season opener against Lee postponed. No makeup date has been announced. They'll now open at home against Monument on April 8.
Look back: Caroline Tomkowicz allowed just four hits in the season opener against Mount Greylock, but the Hurricanes couldn't capitalize on their chances. Hoosac fell to 0-1 on the year with a 3-1 loss to Greylock on April 4.
Look ahead: The Hurricanes will try to bounce back when they host Monument Mountain on April 11. They also get a rematch with Mount Greylock on April 13.
Look back: It was a tough start to the season for the Hornets. Mount Everett's Alicia Bazonski tossed a no-hitter to open the season, and the Hornets fell 15-0 on opening day. Their only other game of the week was scheduled for April 4 against Gateway, but it was postponed. No makeup date has been announced.
Look ahead: The Hornets have a busy second week. They travel to Easthampton on April 8, head to Smith Academy on April 10 and round out the busy week at Ware on April 12.
Look back: Heather Tomkowicz turned into an escape artist on opening day, leading the Mounties to a 3-1 victory over Hoosac Valley. Hoosac Valley loaded the bases twice with less than two outs and twice the junior pitcher found a way out of the jam without allowing a run. Miranda Voller had the big hit of the day, an RBI triple in the first inning. Kendal Frye went 2 for 3 with an RBI.
Look ahead: Three games are on the schedule for the Mounties this week. They will challenge Taconic on April 8 and host Wahconah on April 11. The Mounties then travel to Cheshire for a rematch with Hoosac Valley on April 13.
The Mounties open the season on April 9 against Monument Mountain. For the girls, it's a chance at some revenge from last season. Monument eliminated them from the Western Massachusetts tournament in 2012.
The Blue Devils will start the season with a meet at Pittsfield on April 10.
Hoosac will start the year by hosting Wahconah on April 11. It will be the Hurricanes first home meet since 2011.
The Mounties open the season with a meet against Taconic on April 12 at Williams College.