NORTH ADAMS -- On a sloppy and blustery afternoon, Mount Everett's girls soccer team used the conditions to its advantage in a 3-1 win over McCann Tech.
Brooke Morehouse broke a 1-1 tie with less than 10 minutes left, skipping a shot on the drenched field past McCann keeper Alex Wood. Gwendolyn Carpenter netted her second of the game in similar fashion to seal the win in the final minute.
"It wasn't a sloppily played game, just the weather was such a factor," McCann coach Mike Dowling said. The wind was "definitely just going in one direction. Their goalie was kicking ball straight up in first half and past midfield in second half."
Eileen Zajac converted a penalty kick shortly after halftime for McCann's goal.
Mount Everett 1 2 -- 3
McCann Tech 0 1 -- 1
ME -- Gwendolyn Carpenter (Unassisted), 33:24.
MT -- Eileen Zajac (PK), 53:24.
ME -- Brooke Morehouse (UA), 71:30.
ME -- Carpenter (UA), 79:24.
Saves -- MT: Alex Wood 8; ME: Sam Hoover 5.
Taconic 3, Everett 0
SHEFFIELD -- Nyanna Slaughter had 10 kills and two aces as the visiting Braves beat the Eagles 25-14, 25-14, 25-21.
"They were setting her up all night," Everett coach Dennis Sullivan said. "When you get a good set to her, she hammers it down."
Kirsten McNeice had 17 assists to go with six aces and two kills for Taconic, while Alyssa Doerle had eight kills and two aces.
Everett was paced by Kayla Krom's four kills, three aces, a block and three digs. Jess Abbott had three kills, two digs and a block.
Greylock 3, St. Joseph 0
WILLIAMSTOWN -- For the second time in as many games, the Mounties beat the Crusaders. The Monday scores were 25-12, 25-16, 25-15.
"St. Joe is a young team, but our players did very well," Greylock coach John Albano said.
For the Mounties, Hope Willis had four kills, Makayla Duda had four digs and Amanda Galib had four assists.
St. Joe was led by Aileen Archambault's three aces, three kills and five digs. Leanne Hamilton added three kills and three digs.
DALTON -- The Warriors led the Spartans 8-2 in the fifth and deciding set Monday night when the power went out at Wahconah, stopping the match.
Wahconah won the first (25-12) and third (25-15) sets, while Monument had prevailed in the second (25-21) and fourth (25-14) sets. The teams are scheduled to play again at Monument on Oct. 29, though no rescheduling or continuation had been announced as of Monday night.