ADAMS -- Caroline Tomkowicz allowed just four hits and struck out 12 to lead the Hoosac Valley softball team to an 8-0 win over Monument Mountain on Thursday afternoon.
"She just dominated today," coach Morgan Shafer said. "She really knew where to throw her pitches."
Tomkowicz also was 2 for 3 at the plate. Teammate Jocelyn Duhamel had a double, two hits and three RBI. Erin Girard drove in a run and had two hits.
Aanisah Taylor led Monument with three singles.
Hoosac Valley 8, Monument 0
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Aspen Sawyer and Alexa Nejaime; Caroline Tomkowicz and Alexis Bushika. W -- Tomkowicz. L -- Sawyer. 2B -- Hoosac 1 (Jocelyn Duhamel).
WILLIAMSTOWN -- Wahconah scored two runs in each of the last four innings to cruise to a 14-0 win over the Mounties.
Gabby Lavinio was 2 for 5 with three runs and four RBI -- including a three-run homer -- while Chloe Warren was 2 for 2 with two runs and an RBI. Bizzy King had two hits and three RBI.
"I thought we played real well in those first three innings," said Mounties coach June Blake. "They opened it up in the fourth."
Kendall Frye had two hits for Greylock.
Wahconah 14, Mount Greylock 0
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Becca Grunow and Erin Grogan; Heather Tomkowicz and Kendall Frye. W -- Grunow. L -- Tomkowicz. 3B -- Wahconah 1 (Chloe Warren). HR -- Wahconah 1 (Gabby Lavinio).
Hoosac boys’ lacrosse
LEE -- The Hurricanes withstood a fierce Wilcat rally in the fourth quarter and held on for a slim 9-8 victory.
Stephin Wallace had two goals and four assists to lead the Hurricanes. Mitch Carlow added three goals in the win.
"I would say, my team realized they were down, decided to pick it up and played their hearts out," said Lee coach Michael Snyder. "The other team played well. They deserved to win today."
Cav Wolski had three goals for Lee while Cam Abderhalden scored twice in the final four minutes.
TURNERS FALLS -- A three-run third inning erased an early deficit and sent the Hornets on their way to an 11-4 win over Franklin Tech.
Chad Raimer reached on a fielder’s choice and T.J. Therrien, playing in his first game of the season, doubled to give the Hornets runners on second and third with one out. Dillon Carr cleared the bases with a three-run homer in the next at-bat to put the Hornets on top, 5-3.
"We tell them they can hit," coach Pat Ryan said. "They have to learn to have confidence on their own."
That may be sooner than later if their offense continues. In the last two games, McCann has scored 21 runs. It’s scored 30 in four games on the season.
Therrien led the way in this one. He was a perfect 4 for 4 with a pair of doubles. McCann hit five two-baggers on the day. Raimer, Justin Racine and Sean Davis had the other three.
McCann Tech 11, Franklin Tech 4
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T.J. Therrien (5 1/3), Tim DeBlois and Dillon Carr; Cody Booska (4), Joey Barcomb and C. Grace.
2B -- MT 5 (T.J. Therrien 2, Chad Raimer, Justin Racine, Sean Davis); HR -- MT 1 (Dillon Carr).
Greylock 14, Brattleboro 6
WILLIAMSTOWN -- The Mounties outscored their guests 5-1 in the second period to pull away before the weather turned the game sloppy in the second half.
Michael McCormack, Brett McCormack and Cole Hughes had three goals each. Matt Malloy added two tallies.
"Second quarter was really big for us," said Greylock coach Jeff Stripp. "I’m very excited about the way they played. Certainly the first half was very impressive. We were moving the ball well."