GREAT BARRINGTON -- In a dual that came down to the final events, it was Pittsfield High School's girls track and field team that earned a one-point win Friday. The Generals took the 1,600 relay and got three wins from Amanda Wright to hold off the host Spartans 71-70.

Monument boys won 111-30, with 400 hurdler Mike Kotleski setting a school record in the event (57.7) by 1.5 seconds.

For the PHS girls, Wright won the 100 (13.15), the 200 (27.7) and the triple jump (33-7 1/4). That thelped offset Heather Hassett's two wins (mile, 5:40.2; 400, 1:04.5), and gave Wright wins in two of the three events in which she faced Monument's Victoria Costello.

Monument's boys got three individual wins from Connor Storti, in the 200 (23.2), long jump (19-3) and triple jump (39-6 1/4). He also ran a leg of the winning 400 relay (45.0). Aidan Newey (mile, 4:55.6; 2-mile, 11:07) and Jason Laramee (110 hurdles, 16.9; high jump, 5-6) won two events each, as Pittsfield's only win came in the javelin (Aaron Weeks, 156-9 1/4).

Hoosac, Wahconah split

CHESHIRE -- Wahconah's girls also earned a one-point win Friday, holding off the Hurricanes 71-70. Hoosac's boys prevailed 76-65.

Gianna Moncecchi swept the hurdle events for Wahconah's girls, winning the 100 (16.6) and the 400 (1:13.4). She also won the long jump (14-8). Rachel Burgess won two throwing events -- the shot put in 26-3, and the discus in 72-7.

Those performances, and Wahconah's depth, were enough to hold off Hoosac. The Hurricanes were led by two wins from Meg Rodowicz -- the 400 in 1:04.5, and the mile in a school record 5:25.

Matt Provost (110 hurdles, 17.0; discus, 103-0), Dante Sandifer (long jump, 18-10; triple jump, 38-0 1/2) and Trevor Ciempa (800, 2:03; high jump, 5-10) won two events each for the Hurricane boys. Eric Klem (mile, 4:33; two-mile, 9:51) won twice for Wahconah.

Baseball: Monument 12, Taconic Hills 0

GREAT BARRINGTON -- Pete Oggiani pitched shutout ball for five innings with plenty of help from his offense, earning the win for the Western Mass.-bound Spartans.

Oggiani helped his cause at the plate with two hits and four RBI. Bobby Kinne, T.J. Shumsky and Dominic DeFelice also had two hits for Monument (10-1, 7-1).

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Tac. Hills 000 000 0 -- 0 2 3

Monument 404 310 x -- 12 13 1

Tice (5), Eury (1) and Eury (5), unavailable (1). Peter Oggiani (5), Dominic DeFelice (2) and T.J. Shumsky (5), Tyler Sonsini (2). W -- Oggiani. L -- Tice. 2B -- Monument 1 (Oggiani); 3B -- Monument 1 (Shumsky).

Mount Greylock 23, Lee 4

LEE -- Greylock smashed 13 hits to sink Lee.

The Mounties jumped out to an 8-0 lead after an inning, and Lee could not recover. The Wildcats trailed by 11 before scoring four runs in the fourth.

Greylock (11-2, 9-2) re sponded with seven more runs in the fifth. Eli Holland earned the win for Greylock.

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Greylock 812 75 -- 23 13 1

Lee 000 400 -- 4 5 6

Eli Holland (3), Jake Benzinger (1), Brodie Altiere (1), Adam Hall (1) and Nick DiSanti. Wilson (2/3), Jared Fadding (1 1/3), Donovan (1 1/3), name unavailable (1), name unavailable (1 1/3), Broom (1/3) and Devyn Olds (1), Heamon Williams (3), name unavailable (2). W -- Holland. L -- Wilson. 2B -- Greylock 4 (Jack Thistle, Dan Flynn 2, Jake Benzinger); Lee 1 (Jake Simon).

Boys lacrosse: Agawam 12, Pittsfield 6

AGAWAM -- The hosts pulled away in the second half in a game Pittsfield coach Scott Aitken said was closer than the score indicates.

Brenden Leary led PHS with three goals, and Alex Teichert added two more.

"They just kind of outhustled us a little bit," Aitken said of Agawam. "They moved very hard off the ball and caught us flat-footed at times. It was a closer game than the score shows, and we didn't play poorly, but they outplayed us."

Aitken also saluted Nikolai Pixley's 15-save performance in the PHS goal.

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Pittsfield 1 3 1 1 -- 6

Agawam 2 4 3 3 -- 12

Agawam goals: Tyler Billick 2, John Colwell 1, Bobby Koziol 1, T.J. Lockwood 3, Tony Soccami 3, Nick Hanchet 1, Elijah Baro 1. Agawam assists: Billick 3, Lockwood 1, Soccami 2. Pittsfield goals: Ryan Jacoby 1, Alex Teichert 2, Brenden Leary 3. Pittsfield assists: Jacoby 3, Kevin Quinto 1.

Saves: P -- Nikolai Pixley 15. A -- Tahir Blair 7.

St. Joseph 10, Granby 1

PITTSFIELD -- Sam Thomason scored five goals to help the Crusaders to a one-sided victory over Granby.

Levi Lawson contributed two goals and Brendan Faas had a goal and three assists for St. Joe.

"We got off to a slow start in our last game against Monument and I challenged Sam to step up and he did," said coach Ben Kline.

St. Joe goalies Wyatt Porter and Christian Garner combined for nine saves while allowing just a single goal.

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Granby 1 0 0 0 -- 1

St. Joseph 1 3 2 4 -- 10

Granby goals: N. Roberts 1. Assists: J. Croteau 1. St. Joseph goals: Sam Thomason 5, Levi Lawson 2, Cody O'Neil 1, Cody O'Dowd 1, Brendan Faas 1. Assists: Faas 3, Nick Lincoln 1, Nico Moreno 1, Cole Werhan 1, Matt Cowhey 1. Saves: G -- Nick Albers 8. SJ -- Wyatt Porter 6, Christian Garner 3.

Lee 16, Wahconah 9

LEE -- Lee expanded its playbook to earn a victory.

Lee assistant Mike Bakaletz said the team used new plays and a new offensive approach to attack the Warriors.

Lee's (5-5, 5-5) offense attacked from behind the goal, instead of coming from the top. The new strategy led to improved passing, with 16 goals and 11 assists. Emerson Wolski led Lee with six goals.

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Wahconah goals: Curran Pularo 4, Lucas Charland 1, Connor Washburn 1, Matt Salvatore 1, Nick Clayton 1. Wahconah assists: Conner Van Dyke 1, Clayton 1, Pularo 1. Lee goals: Emerson Wolski 6, Connor Parkinson 3, Adam Finnegan 4, Sean Baruch 1, Cav Wolski 1, Jake Parkinson 1. Lee assists: J. Parkinson 4, C. Parkinson 2, Finnegan 2, Cam Abderhalden 1, C. Wolski 2. Saves -- W: Roger Stedman 13; L: Cam Forest 9.

Mount Greylock 11, E. Longmeadow 10

E. LONGMEADOW -- Michael McCormack's eight goals led the Mounties in a tight road victory. Sean McCormack scored twice for the Mounties, and Matt Malloy added a goal.

Cal Filson stopped nine shots for Greylock, which outscored East Longmeadow 2-1 in the third period. That was the difference in the game.

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Greylock 3 3 2 3 -- 11

E.Long. 3 3 1 3 -- 10

Greylock goals: Matt Malloy 1, Michael McCormack 8, Sean McCormack 2. Greylock assists: Malloy 2, Cole Hughes 1, S. McCormack 1. E. Longmeadow goals: Jack McIntyre 2, Griffin Trace 2, Tony Demarche 2, Connor Humphries 2, Robert Robare 1, Christian Santinello 1. E. Longmeadow assists: McIntyre 2, Trace 2, Livio Bonavita 2, Santinello 1, Robare 1.

Saves: MG -- Cal Filson 9. EL -- Liam Driscoll 13.

Girls lacrosse: Wahconah 10, Lee 5

DALTON -- Trailing by two early in the first half, Wahconah closed the half on a 5-1 run, taking control of the game and holding on to win.

Wahconah (8-1-2) coach Kathy Budaj said her team came out flat to start the game. Down 2-0, she called a timeout for the team to regroup -- and it worked.

Budaj said her team played with more patience, but credited opposing goalie Hannah Hunter for her "fantastic" play.

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Lee 3 2 -- 5

Wahconah 5 5 -- 10

Lee goals: Alyssa Kelly 2, Lydia Graham 2, Emma Bartini 1. Lee assists: Kelly 1, Mya King 1. Wahconah goals: Emmy Cote 3, Perin Genaway 2, Paige Chiaretta 2, Morgan Francese 1, Hannah Rueger 1, Angela Colson 1. Wahconah assists: Francese 1, Shaina Farrell 1, Jordan Budaj 1, Catherine Fucini 1. Saves: W -- Katie Bachli 7; Liz Culpepper 1. L -- Hannah Hunter 15.

Mt. Anthony 15, Greylock 11

BENNINGTON, Vt. -- The Mountie girls fell to their Vermont foes Friday. No other information was available.

Boys tennis: Monument Mountain 5, Lee 0

GREAT BARRINGTON -- Just three matches were contested, as Lee was shorthanded Friday. Kevin Li and Alec Goffin earned singles wins for Monument (7-1), and Trevor DeRis and Sam Lyons won at No. 1 doubles.

Singles: 1 -- Kevin Li (MM) def. Andy Consolati 6-4, 6-1; 2 -- Alec Goffin (MM) def. Jed DeVarennes 6-0, 6-0; 3 -- default to MM. Doubles: 1 -- Trevor DeRis/Sam Lyons (MM) def. Ibrahim Zia/Hunter Wilcox 6-0, 6-3; 2 -- default to MM.

Girls tennis: Monument Mountain 5, Lee 0

GREAT BARRINGTON -- The Spartans didn't drop a set in any match Friday, improving to 10-0 this season.

Sam White and Cara Freadman, the Nos. 1 and 2 singles players for the Spartans, remain unbeaten this season. White (10-0) is the No. 4 seed for the upcoming Western Mass. girls individual tournament, while Freadman (8-0) goes in unseeded.

"I expected the fourth or fifth seed; I knew the top two seeds were pretty solid," said Monument coach Jeff Caligari of White's seed. "She definitely deserves to be the fourth seed.

"As usual, she's serving well, with her first and second serves. She's become more consistent this year with her ground strokes. She's making fewer unforced errors."

Singles: 1 -- Sam White (MM) def. Caitlyn Briggs 6-3, 7-5; 2 -- Cara Freadman (MM) def. Emma Forget 6-4, 6-0; 3 -- Jen Evans (MM) def. Ashley Kelly 6-1, 6-0. Doubles: 1 -- Emily Martin/Molly Amstead (MM) def. Kayla Withers/Sarah Winston 6-2, 7-5; 2 -- Carly Shafiroff/Hailey Higgins (MM) def. Kate Delsignor/Anna Wang 6-2, 6-0.

Mount Greylock 3, Lenox 2

LENOX -- Strong singles play led Greylock to a narrow win.

Greylock wins at No. 1 and No. 2 singles, from Tara Shastri and Melina Sfakianaki, respectively, helped set up the win. The No. 1 doubles team of Tyra Nurmi and Charlotte Rand clinched the win with a 6-1, 6-1 victory. Lenox falls to 8-3.

Singles -- 1.Tara Shastri (MG) def Victoria Vittori 6-2, 6-2; 2. Melina Sfakianaki (MG) def Alex Trousilek 6-1, 6-3; 3. Liz Jarck (L) def. Mariza Sfakianaki 6-4, 7-5. Doubles -- 1. Tyra Nurmi/Charlotte Rand (MG) def. Cami Smachetti/Liz Mitts; 6-1, 6-1; 2. Emma Ingalls/Ella King (L) def. Amy Larabee/Katie Mick 6-1, 6-3.

Softball: McCann Tech 14, Lee 11

LEE -- Costly errors allowed McCann Tech to take the lead for good. Tied at 11 heading into the top of the seventh, two errors allowed McCann to score three runs to win.

"Out starting pitchers are getting worn out due to injuries, so they wore us down," Lee (3-11) coach Alicia Campbell said.

Olivia Esoldi earned the win for McCann, striking out 12.

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McCann 710 030 3 -- 14 12 3

Lee 200 108 0 -- 11 11 3

Olivia Esoldi and Alanza Quinones. Jenny LePrevost (2 2/3) Kendra Williams (4 1/3) and Nikki Laudon. W -- Esoldi. L -- LePrevost. 2B -- Lee 1 (Courtney Picard); McCann 3 (Esoldi, L. Andrews, H. Mallory).