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 (G) def. Ashlee Shaw, 6-0, 6-0. 2. Tara Shastri (G) def. Victoria Aldam, 6-0, 6-1. 3. Tyra Nurmi (G) def. Maya Nesti, 6-1, 6-2.
Doubles -- 1. Melina Sfakianaki/Sophina Gebara (G) def. Carina Alden/Samantha Twing, 6-0, 6-0. 2. Mariza Sfakianaki/Charlotte Rand (G) def. Erica Sullivan/Julia Groeber, 6-0, 6-0.
Greylock boys 5, Mount Everett 0
Singles -- 1. Rohan Shastri (G) def. Jacob Malicky, 6-0, 6-0. 2. Nyein Soe (G) def. Mike Whitaker, 6-1, 6-2. 3. Jonah Majumder (G) def. Costa Casivant, 6-0, 6-0.
Doubles -- 1. Alex White/Nate Majumder (G) def. Andrew Krom/Patrick Hogelin 6-0, 6-0. 2. Will Nolan/Jake Foehl (G) def. Max Lowenstein/Chris Whitbeck, 6-0, 6-0.
Mt. Anthony 13, Greylock 12
BENNINGTON, Vt. -- Mount Greylock trailed 9-4 at halftime before rallying to tie the score after the third. 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 -- G: Cal Filson 8; A: Ben Faller 21.
Lee 16, Wahconah 9
LEE -- Alyssa Kelly had a huge day, scoring seven goals and an assist to power the Wildcats, who already reached the Western Mass. tournament with a win over Greylock last week.
Lydia Graham added four goals while Megan Gaul had two scores and four assists. Moriah McKenna had a goal and two assists.
Lee coach Dave Galisa said his team's movement was crisp after the Warriors keyed on McKenna and Gaul.
"Alyssa knew exactly the cuts to do, the spots to go for," Galisa said. "Moriah and Megan just got her the ball. They definitely drew back from basketball and did a real fine job."
Alex Wood scored six times for Wahconah.
Lee 8 8 -- 16
Wah 7 2 -- 9
Lee goals -- Rebekah Kelly 2, Lydia Graham 4, Megan Gaul 2, Alyssa Kelly 7, Moriah McKenna.
Lee assists -- R. Kelly, Graham 2, Gaul 4, A. Kelly, McKenna 2, Jess Hanley, Liz Consolati, Jenny Dunn.
Wahconah goals -- Paige Chiaretta 2, Alex Keator, Alex Wood 6.
Wahconah assists -- Perin Genaway, Chiaretta, Morgan Francose, Keator.
Saves -- L: Liz Consolati 13; W: Mikayla Weigel 6.
Greylock 17, Pittsfield 9
WILLIAMSTOWN -- Mount Greylock girls lacrosse coach Lindsey von Holtz showed her team an empty piece of paper before they took the field for warm-ups Tuesday afternoon. It was the lineup card.
Unhappy with how her team has been preparing for games of late, von Holtz told her squad they needed to earn starting positions in warm-ups.
The tactic worked. The Mounties jumped out to a quick four-goal lead over Pittsfield, and continued to show off their offensive abilities with a 17-9 victory.
"We've been struggling to remain focused and intense during warm-up," von Holtz said. "It's been game after game after game. We wait and [our opponent] scores three before we decide we are going to play. I wanted to change the warm-up, so we were intense and ready to play on the first whistle."
Sarah Stripp led the way for the Mounties with five goals and two assists. Pittsfield's Tori Symanski also had five goals, but was held to just one in the first half as the Mounties built a five-goal lead.
Mount Greylock 17, Pittsfield 9
Pittsfield 3 6 -- 9
Greylock 8 9 -- 17
Pittsfield goals -- Tori Symanski 5, Mackenzie Smith 2, Shea Hassett, Mana Giacoletto.
Greylock goals -- Maggie Rorke 3, Sarah Stripp 5, Lucy Barrett 3, Julia Whitney 3, Alana Chesney, Arianna Walden, Rachel Clement.
Pittsfield assists -- Giacoletto.
Greylock assists -- Barrett 2, Stripp 2, Sarah Wong, Haley Reinhard.
Saves -- Pittsfield: Molly Barbarotta 12. Greylock: Paige Willis 13.