WILLIAMSTOWN -- Heather Tomkowicz tossed a no-hitter to lead the Mount Greylock softball team past Lee, 12-0 in five innings.
Greylock's big inning was the second, when the home side pushed across seven runs.
"I knew she had a no-hitter going in the fourth, but I didn't want to say anything," said coach June Blake. "The more important thing was that we got the ‘W'. But I was happy with the way she's been pitching."
Tomkowicz struck out 12 and didn't walk a batter. Miranda Voller had two hits for Greylock.
Lee 000 00 -- 0 0 4
Greylock 273 00 -- 12 7 1
SPRINGFIELD -- The Hornets found their first win in no-doubt fashion.
The Hornets slugged 15 hits, six for extra bases and clobbered Sabis 20-5 on Thursday afternoon.
"I think [Wednesday], we played great," coach Kate Galli said. "But they took that momentum and put the foot down on the pedal [Thursday].
"They were relaxed and confident at the plate. It's nice when you get a couple hits and a couple runs and everyone can relax."
McCann wasted little time putting runs on the scoreboard. It plated four in the first and followed it up with five in the second. Sabis scored all five of its runs in the bottom of the second, but McCann answered with a run in the third for a five-run lead and then broke the game open with four in the fifth and six in the sixth.
It was the heart of the McCann order that led the attack. Three-hitter Jordan Prevey was 2 for 3 with a pair of doubles, four runs scored and two RBI. Jessica Sunn, hitting in the cleanup spot, was 3 for 4 with a double, triple and three RBI. Eileen Zajac, the No. 5 hitter, was also 3 for 4. She had a pair of triples and scored four times.
Haley Malloy earned the win with a complete-game two-hitter. She had five strikeouts.
On Wednesday, the Hornets lost 10-7 to Ware. Prevey was 4 for 4 in the game with a double and a triple, and Sunn received the loss.
McCann Tech 20, Sabis, 5 (6 inn.)
McCann 451 046 -- 20 15 2
Sabis 050 000 -- 5 2 1
Haley Malloy and Danielle Gibeau; T. Earley (5), McCarthy and A. Dwarska.
2B -- MT 3 (Prevey 2, Sunn); 3B -- MT 3 (Zajac 2, Sunn).
Ware 10, McCann Tech 7
McCann 200 023 0 -- 7 12 2
Ware 104 302 x -- 10 5 1
Jessica Sunn (3 1/3), Haley Malloy (2 2/3) and Danielle Gibeau; S. Simon and unavailable.
2B -- MT 1(Prevey); 3B -- MT 1 (Prevey).
PITTSFIELD -- Sarah Raynor and Caroline Tomkowicz locked up in a pitchers' duel hat wasn't settled until late in the game. The Generals got an RBI single in the sixth inning from Alissa Rosier to score Tiffany Robinson with the only run of the afternoon, giving Pittsfield a 1-0 win.
Raynor tossed a five-hitter, striking out eight and walking two. Tomkowicz also allowed only five hits, with eight Ks and a walk.
"As a fan it was a great game to watch," said Pittsfield coach Greg Marchbank. "As a coach, it was tough. It was a great battle."
Pittsfield 1, Hoosac Valley 0
Hoosac 000 000 0 -- 0 5 2
Pittsfield 000 001 x -- 1 5 1
WP -- Sarah Raynor. LP -- Tomkowicz.
Mount Everett 5, Drury 1
NORTH ADAMS -- Alicia Bazonski struck out 14 batters and hit two triples to lead Mount Everett to a 5-1 win, handing the Blue Devils their first loss.
Bazonski threw a three-hitter and walked one.
After the Blue Devils scored an unearned run in the first, Everett came back with two scores in the fourth.
Eighth-grader Chandler DeGrenier had a pair of RBI bunts for the Eagles.
Drury's Cat Record, pitching her second game in two days, allowed five hits, struck out two and walked four.
Everett 000 201 2 -- 5 5 0
Drury 010 000 0 -- 1 3 0
Alicia Bazonski and Morgan DeGrensier. Cat Record and Ingrid Olsen. 3B Mount Everett 2 (Bazonski 2)
WILLIAMSTOWN -- The Ephs scored in each of its first six innings and went on to defeat Southern Vermont, 11-2, in a non-conference game.
Williams (10-16) led 3-0 before a six-run fourth blew the game open. With one run already in, the Taylor Mondshein and Darren Hartwell hit back-to-back, run-scoring doubles. Matt Kastner followed up with an RBI single and the rout was on.
Kastner and Hartwell led the offense with three hits apiece. Kastner had three RBI.