DALTON -- Lucy Barrett scored five goals and the Mount Greylock girls' lacrosse team pulled away in the second half to beat Wahconah 11-6 on Monday.
The Mounties only had a two-goal advantage at the half, but outscored Wahconah 7-4 in the second half.
Alex Keator and Paige Chiaretta led Wahconah with two goals each.
Sarah Wong and Sarah Stripp each scored twice for the Mounties, Stripp added an assist. Sam MacWhinnie had nine saves for the Mounties to earn the win in goal.
Mount Greylock 11, Wahconah 6
Greylock 4 7 -- 11
Wahconah 2 4 -- 6
Greylock goals -- Lucy Barrett 5, Sarah Wong 2, Sarah Stripp 2, Maggie Rorke, Haley Reinhard.
Greylock assists -- Stripp 1, Kelsey Orpin 1.
Wahconah goals -- Alex Keator 2, Paige Chiaretta 2, Perin Genaway, Megan Francese.
Saves -- Wahconah: Ella Sears 9. Greylock: Sam MacWhinnie 9.
Hoosac girls' lacrosse
CHESHIRE -- A strong second half sent Pittsfield to a 9-4 win over the Hurricanes.
Mackenzi Astore scored three times in the six-goal second half for the Generals, as they scored all six second-half goals before Hoosac netted its first. The surge turned a slim 3-2 lead to a commanding 9-2 advantage with 8 minutes, 41 seconds left. Molly Barbarotta complimented the offense with solid goalkeeping.
The Hurricanes had four different players register a goal in the loss.
NORTH ADAMS -- The Blue Devils plated three in the fifth to tie the score, but the Warriors' consistent offense scored three more times in the final two innings for a 7-4 victory.
Wahconah coach "Dustin [Belcher] certainly has those girls hustling," Drury coach Mary Ann Maroni said. "They're hits are usually pretty sharp."
The sharpest came off Gabby Lavinio's bat in the fifth inning. She smashed a Cat Record offering over the left-center field fence for a two-run home run. It was her 11th homer of the year.
Amber Iacussa led Drury with a triple. Grunow allowed six hits, struck out four and walked none. Drury's Record allowed nine hits, had five strikeouts and three walks.
Wahconah 7, Drury 4
Wahconah 200 022 1 -- 7 8 0
Drury 010 030 x -- 4 8 1
Becca Grunow and Bree Herforth. Cat Record and Ingrid Olsen. W -- Grunow. L -- Record 2B -- Wahconah 1 (Bridget Lussier 1) Drury 2 (Catie Hancock, Amanda Ramsdell). 3B -- Drury 1 (Amber Iacuessa). HR -- Wahconah 1 (Gabby Lavinio).
SOUTHWICK -- The Hornets were in a position where they could trade outs for runs and come away with a victory, but three costly errors in the bottom of the seventh sent McCann to a 6-5 loss against Southwick.
"It was a great top of the seventh," coach Kate Galli said. "Unfortunately, we got back out there on defense and we couldn't take care of the ball as we should have."
The Hornets had struck for four runs in the top of the inning, turning a 3-1 deficit into a 5-3 advantage. Sam Horn's two RBI double was the big hit of the inning. The Hornets scored two of the four runs with two outs.
Haley Malloy was solid in the circle, giving up just six runs on six hits and six walks, while striking out four. She battled back from a 3-0 hole with the bases loaded in the bottom of the seventh with three straight strikes to get the batter to ground to third, but a throwing error to the plate helped the rally.
Southwick 6, McCann Tech 5
McCann 000 100 4 -- 5 9 4
Southwick 010 020 3 -- 6 6 0
Haley Malloy and Danielle Gibeau. Jordan Willey and Emily Petit. 2B -- MT 1 (Sam Horn); Southwick 1 (Simone Thibeaut).
NORTH ADAMS -- Monument Mountain pushed three runs across the plate in the seventh inning to complete a comeback and get the 8-7 win.
The Blue Devils had 11 hits in the contest, compared to Monument's six, but couldn't put the game out of reach.
"We didn't make plays when we needed to," Drury coach Al Marceau said. "That really hurt us."
The Spartans rallied on back-to-back hits in the seventh from T.J. Shumsky and Dan Meandro to score three runs in the inning. The Blue Devils were unable to respond in the bottom of the seventh.
Jake Tatro had a three-run triple for the Blue Devils.
Monument 8, Drury 7
Monument 021 020 3 -- 8 6 1
Drury 041 002 0 -- 7 11 2
Callahan and T.J. Shumsky; Tyler Briggs (6), Kodey Bryce (1) and Cody Primmer. W -- Callahan L -- Bryce. 2B -- Monument 1 (Oggiani); Drury 1 (Briggs). 3B -- Drury 1 (Jake Tatro).
KALAMAZOO, Mich. -- The Williams College tennis teams have reached the semifinal round of their NCAA Division III tournaments.
The women topped Johns Hopkins 5-1 in the quarterfinals, while the men downed Trinity (Texas) by an identical 5-1 score.
The women's semifinals will bring together the top four D-III teams in the country. Top-ranked Amherst will play No. 4 Emory at 8:30 a.m., while No. 3 Williams will play No. 4 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps at 11.
The Ephs, who won their seventh straight match, won two of three doubles matches for a 2-1 lead. In singles, the Ephs went 3 for 3 and when Monica Pastor beat Shannon Libaw 6-1, 6-1 at No. 6 singles, the Ephs advanced.
With the win, the sixth-ranked Eph men will play No. 10 Washington (Mo.) in a 4 p.m. semifinal today. The other semifinal features top-ranked Claremont-Mudd-Scripps against No. 3 Amherst.
Williams swept the three doubles points and clinched the semifinal berth when Matt Micheli won a tiebreaker over Nick Moreno in the third set to take the fifth point and the match.