WILLIAMSTOWN -- Mount Greylock's boys and girls tennis teams both swept their Mount Everett opponents on Tuesday, winning fairly quickly in both matchups.
The Mounties dropped four games on the afternoon en route to the 5-0 win. Four of the five Greylock boys matches were straight-set wins.
Greylock girls 5, Mount Everett 0
Singles -- 1. Margot Besnard (MG) def. Ashlee Shaw, 6-0, 6-0. 2. Tara Shastri (MG) def. Victoria Aldam, 6-0, 6-1. 3. Tyra Nurmi (MG) def. Maya Nesti, 6-1, 6-2.
Doubles -- 1. Melina Sfakianaki/Sophina Gebara (MG) def. Carina Alden/Samantha Twing, 6-0, 6-0. 2. Mariza Sfakianaki/Charlotte Rand (MG) def. Erica Sullivan/Julia Groeber, 6-0, 6-0.
Greylock boys 5, Mount Everett 0
Singles -- 1. Rohan Shastri (MG) def. Jacob Malicky, 6-0, 6-0. 2. Nyein Soe (MG) def. Mike Whitaker, 6-1, 6-2. 3. Jonah Majumder (MG) def. Costa Casivant, 6-0, 6-0.
Doubles -- 1. Alex White/Nate Majumder (MG) def. Andrew Krom/Patrick Hogelin 6-0, 6-0. 2. Will Nolan/Jake Foehl (MG) def. Max Lowenstien/Chris Whitbeck, 6-0, 6-0.
Greylock boys' lacrosse
BENNINGTON, Vt. -- Mount Greylock trailed by five at halftime before rallying to tie the score after the third, but lost 13-12 to Mount Anthony.
Damon Young's third goal of the game won it for the Patriots with 2:20 left. Ethan Ryan had four goals while Michael McCormack had two goals and four assists. Cal Filson made eight stops in the loss.
Greylock goals -- Ethan Ryan 4, Michael McCormack 2, Matt Malloy 3, Cole Hughes, Brett McCormack, Hank Barrett.
Greylock assists -- M. McCormack 4, Hughes 3, B. McCormack 3.
Saves -- MG: Cal Filson 8; MA: Ben Faller 21.
WILLIAMSTOWN -- The Mounties took advantage of Taconic's mistakes, scoring twice in the first inning off wild pitches and went on to win 6-2 on Tuesday afternoon.
Greylock tacked on two more runs in the next two innings to lead 4-1 after three. Kendal Frye finished 3 for 4 with three RBI while Miranda Voller had two hits and a double. Anna Penna had two hits and scored twice.
Heather Tomkowicz earned the win, striking out 12 and allowing six hits. Greylock was coming off a 5-0 loss to Mount Anthony on Monday.
Mount Greylock 6, Taconic 2
Taconic 001 100 0 -- 2 6 3
Greylock 211 002 x -- 6 7 1
Amanda Ely and Kadie Dixon; Heather Tomkowicz and Kendal Frye. W -- Tomkowicz. L -- Ely. 2B -- Greylock 1 (Miranda Voller).
CHESHIRE -- The Hurricanes broke open a close game with a six-run fourth and cruised to a 13-6 win over Lee. Alexis Bushika's two-run triple was the big hit in the inning.
Nikki Lauden cracked a home run for the Wildcats, and Stephanie Young was 2 for 3.
Bushika was 2 for 3 with three RBI for Hoosac, while teammates Caroline Tomkowicz, Carly Kondel and Jocelyn Duhamel all had two hits.
Hoosac Valley 13, Lee 6
Lee 013 000 2 -- 6 7 3
Hoosac 212 620 x -- 13 11 0
Alexis Bushika (3), Caroline Tomkowicz (4) and Jocelyn Duhamel (3) and Bushika (4). Nikki Lauden and Molly Carlotto. WP -- Tomkowicz LP -- Lauden. 3B Hoosac 1 (Bushika) HR Lee 1 (Lauden).
NORTH ADAMS -- The Blue Devils struggled through another slow start, and dropped a game to Brattleboro, 6-5.
Brattleboro jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the second inning and never looked back. Both teams had difficult defensive games, committing five errors each.
"We're not getting the timely hits, and we're not getting the early hits," coach Mary Ann Maroni said. "We're two different teams right now. The team that played Taconic [Monday], was not the same team that played Brattleboro today."
Cat Record struck out four and issued just three walks as she went the distance for the Blue Devils and suffered the loss.
Amanda Ramsdell had a double in the loss.
Brattleboro 6, Drury 5
Brattleboro 020 013 0 -- 6 7 5
Drury 001 003 1 -- 5 6 5
Rachel Smith (6), Becca Paige and Carpenter. Cat Record and Ingrid Olsen. W-- Smith. L-- Record.
2B: Drury 1 (Amanda Ramsdell). 3B -- Brattleboro (Paige).
MONSON -- Another big inning doomed the Hornets. This time it was a seven-run sixth that sunk them, 13-3 against Monson.
Monson loaded the bases in the inning and had a couple of hits that drove in runs to break open a 6-2 game.
Kaylee McNeice was 2 for 2 with a walk and a double and scored all three runs. Olivia Esoldi was 2 for 4 with a triple.
Despite the result, coach Kate Galli was happy with her young pitcher, Haley Malloy.
"Haley's doing a great job," she said. "We're putting a lot of pressure on this kid. Every game she's cutting down on the walks."
Malloy pitched all six innings, recording five strikeouts while giving up nine hits and three walks.
Monson 13, McCann Tech 3
McCann 001 010 1 -- 3 9 8
Monson 103 117 x -- 13 9 0
Haley Malloy and Danielle Gibeau; Carly Zielinski and Zoe Chevrette.
2B -- MT 1 (Kaylee McNeice), M 2 (Hannah Colling, Rachel Gordon); 3B -- MT 1 (Olivia Esoldi).
CHESHIRE -- Pittsfield snagged wins in 15 of the 17 events to run away with a big win over Hoosac Valley in girls' track, 113-28 on Tuesday.
Lauren Farry and Rachael Hunt each won two events for the Generals. Farry won the mile by nearly 30 seconds and also took a victory in the 800. Hunt took care of victories in the discus and shot put.
Megan Rodowicz was the only individual winner for the Hurricanes, winning the 200 and 400.
Mackenzi Powers took a narrow win in the 400 hurdles over Hoosac's Kayla Garabedien.
On the boys' side, the Generals swept the 110 hurdles, led by Ty Discoe's 17.5, and the shot put, led by Tajaye Davis' 41-2 throw. Dan Brien won the mile (4:38) and 2-mile (10:55) for PHS. They won the dual 74-67.
Trevor Ciempa won the 800 (2:13) and high jump (5-6) for Hoosac.
WILLIAMSTOWN -- The Ephs rallied from four runs down to top Union, 8-7.
Union took a 5-1 lead in the top of the third before Williams plated two in the home half to cut the deficit in half. In the fifth, Williams took a 7-6 lead. The big hit in the inning was Phil McGovern's bases-clearing double to right-center field. McGovern came in to score a groundout later in the inning for the lead.
The Ephs tacked on their final run in the sixth. Darren Hartwell doubled down the third-base line, and Taylor Mondshein singled him home.
Eddie Kelly received the win in relief for Williams. He threw scoreless fifth and sixth innings.