WILLIAMSTOWN -- Kendal Frye doubled and Meredith Dezieck tripled in the first inning to get the Mounties off on the right foot in a 7-1 win over Rutland (Vt.) on Saturday.
Both hits came with two outs, helping the Mounties take control after an inning.
That got us off to a good two-run lead," said Greylock coach June Blake. "We were able to build on that."
Greylock plated a pair of runs again in the fourth and fifth innings to extend its lead.
Heather Tomkowicz earned the win, finishing with eight strikeouts and allowing one unearned run. She added a two-run homer at the plate. Miranda Voller was 2 for 3 while Frye had two hits as well. Dezieck had two RBI.
Mount Greylock 7, Rutland 1
Rutland 000 001 0 -- 1 5 2
Greylock 201 220 x -- 7 8 2
L. Laplante and E. O’Rouke; Heather Tomkowicz and Kendal Frye. W -- Tomkowicz. L -- Laplante. 2B -- Greylock 1 (Frye). 3B -- Greylock 2 (Meredith Dezieck). HR -- Greylock 1 (Tomkowicz).
NORTH ADAMS -- Frontier scored in each of the first four innings, en route to a 10-5 win over the Blue Devils on Saturday.
"They had Cat’s number," said Blue Devils coach Mary Ann Maroni. "[Catcher] Ingrid [Olsen] at one point said to me, ‘No matter what I’m calling, they’re hitting.’ "
Record gave up six hits and six runs over five innings. She had a double at the plate. Katie Hancock was 2 for 3 for Drury with a double of her own.
Frontier 10, Drury 5
Frontier 122 104 0 -- 10 11 1
Drury 000 210 2 -- 5 8 4
Enko and Newsome; Cat Record (5), Haleigh Hazzard and Ingrid Olsen. W -- Enko. L -- Record. 2B -- Drury 2 (Record, Hancock). 3B -- Frontier 1 (Stankowski). HR -- Frontier 1 (Stankowski).
AMHERST -- The Williams College tennis teams claimed their respective NESCAC championships on Sunday.
The Williams women beat Amherst 5-2 at Amherst to claim their second title in the last three years and hand the top-ranked Jeffs their first loss of 2013.
The men needed to play their match out to the end, and beat the Lord Jeffs 5-4. It was the Ephs’ first NESCAC title since 2003.
Both Williams teams will now wait to see who they will play in the NCAA Division III tournament. The Williams women will be after their sixth consecutive Division III national title.
Three-set wins by Matt Mitchell and Bryan Chow gave sixth-ranked Williams the deciding points over No. 3 Amherst.
The Williams women, who entered the tournament ranked No. 3 in the nation, took two of the three doubles points, and won four singles matches in straight sets.
The deciding singles match came at No. 4 singles, as Nancy Worley beat Caroline Richman 6-1, 6-2.
WATERVILLE, Maine -- Both Williams track teams finished fourth in the New England Division III meets, held over the weekend at Colby College.
Bates won its first-ever men’s title with 144 points. MIT was second with 143, followed by NESCAC champion Tufts and Williams.
MIT earned the women’s title with 128.5 points, followed by Tufts with 93, Colby 78 and Williams had 75.
Williams highlights included wins by Tanasia Hoffler in the triple jump and Brianne Mirecki in the 3,000-meter steeplechase.
WILLIAMSTOWN -- Visiting Bates swept Williams 12-4 and 11-7.
The Bobcats took all the suspense out of the first game early, jumping out to a 10-0 lead after three inning. Six Williams pitchers threw in the first game, and four of them gave up runs. Starter Steve Marino surrendered eight earned runs on six hits in two innings.
Things weren’t much better in the nightcap as the Bobcats chased starter Pat Blizzard by scoring five runs in the top of the third inning to break a 3-3 tie.
PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Providence College’s 4x400 meter relay team, which features former Drury standout Nik Andrews, finished 10th in 3 minutes, 22.24 seconds at the conference championships meet on Sunday.
BETHLEHEM, Pa. -- Former Mount Greylock runner Oona Wood crossed the line in 57.34 seconds to take fifth in the women’s 400-meter dash.
Fellow North County graduate Liz Provost finished eighth in the women’s discus with a throw of 140 feet (42.68 meters).
Both compete for Holy Cross.