NORTH ADAMS -- Shane Fuller had a goal and an assist as the McCann Tech boys soccer team won its 14th game of the season and remained undefeated with a 3-0 win over Smith Voke.
But the 14-0-3 Hornets will have to beat Putnam on the road to clinch the league in their last regular season game of the year.
The Hornets are 5-0-2, as is league rival Commerce, although the Red Raiders have six non-league losses.
"It's strange to have all this success and still have to win the 18th game of the year to be league champions," said McCann coach Tom Bona. "But that's how it is. At least we still have our fate in our hands."
Smith Voke played primarily a defensive game, according to Bona, and gave the Hornets few opportunities.
"They packed it in and doubled Shane," said Bona. "But we kept pressuring them. We had 10 corner kicks by halftime."
Smith 0 0 -- 0
McCann 1 2 -- 3
M -- Damon Couture (Shane Fuller) 38:16
M -- Connor Little (UA) 53:40
M -- Fuller (Josh Budaj) 62:00
Saves -- M: Chris Gajda 6, S: Will Ingram 10.
Hampshire Regional 5, Hoosac 0
CHESHIRE -- The Hoosac Valley boys soccer team was shut out against non-league opponent Hampshire.
Hoosac played without five starters and Hampshire took advantage of the undermanned Hurricanes.
Brendan Bezdel had a hat trick for Hampshire.
Hoosac coach Camilo Bermudez said his team struggled without its normal starters in the game.
"We are fighting the injury bug. We're missing five starters and we played junior varsity and eighth graders," Bermudez said. "We have two games in a row coming up so we couldn't risk more injuries."
Hampshire 3 2 -- 5
Hoosac 0 0 -- 0
HR -- Bryan Brasil (Jeremy Parks) 10:00.
HR -- Brendan Bezdel (unassisted) 30:00.
HR -- Brasil (unassisted), 35:00.
HR -- Bezdel (Brasil) 45:00
HR -- Bezdel (unassisted) 60:00
Saves -- Hampshire: Ben Preston 1. Hoosac: Colby Ells 12.
Drury 2, Taconic 1
NORTH ADAMS -- Drury rallied from a one-goal deficit to defeat Taconic Tuesday.
Gillian Campbell scored the opening goal for the Braves midway through the first half.
Drury responded with a goal from Morgan Lamarre, followed by what coach Molly Meczywor called the prettiest goal of the year to take the lead.
Allison Tassone found Celene Koperek with a well-placed cross and Koperek fired left side past the goalkeeper, clinching the win for Drury.
Meczywor said this game was the best game her team played all year.
"We played really well. The best 40 minutes all year. Everybody was able to contribute and play well," Meczywor said.
Drury 0 2 -- 2
Taconic 1 0 -- 1
T -- Gillian Campbell (Lauren Curry), 27:30.
D -- Morgan Lamarre (unassisted), 51:55.
D -- Celene Koperek (Allison Tassone), 76:00.
Saves -- Drury: Allison Meehan 10. Taconic: Brooke Mangiardi 7.
Lee 6, St. Joseph 0
PITTSFIELD -- Maddie Graziano scored a hat trick to lead the Wildcats over the Crusaders at Berkshire Community College.
Karli Retzel had three assists for the Wildcats, and Emily Sands made five saves for the shutout.
Lee 2 4 -- 6
St. Joseph 0 0 -- 0
L -- Maddie Graziano (Karli Retzel) 9:32
L -- Nicole Belliveau (Retzel) 12:25
L -- Graziano (UA) 55:23
L -- Graziano (Belliveau) 56:57
L -- Emilia Zukowski (Retzel) 57:40
L -- Nikki Laudon (UA) 69:34
Saves -- SJ: Kaitlyn Parrott 24, L: Emily Sands 5.
Mount Greylock 1
WILLIAMSTOWN -- As playoff teams near the postseason, they have a tendency to tighten up on defense. That's exactly what happened when Wahconah and Greylock met Tuesday.
The Mounties' Kelsey Orpin and the Warriors' Emmy Cote scored first-half goals for their respective teams and then no one else converted as the two North foes settled for a 1-1 tie.
"It was a game of phases. We outplayed them early; they got us late in the first half," Greylock coach Tom Ostheimer said. "The second half was an absolute battle, end to end. Very physical, intense game."
Games from this point on can be expected to be just as close.
"This is the type of opponent we're going to see in the tournament," Ostheimer said.