PITTSFIELD -- Cody O'Dowd and Sam Thomason each scored twice as St. Joseph beat Taconic 6-5 in a defensive struggle on Thursday afternoon.

O'Dowd led the Crusaders with two goals and an assist while Brendan Faas had a goal and three assists.

Taconic was paced by Nick Whittaker's two goals.

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St. Joseph 2 3 0 1 -- 6

Taconic 1 1 1 2 -- 5

St. Joe goals -- Cody O'Dowd 2, Sam Thomason 2, Cody O'Neil, Brendan Faas.

Taconic goals -- Nick Whittaker 2, Brad Cobb.

St. Joe assists -- Faas 2, O'Dowd 1, Levi Lawson 1.

Taconic assists -- Whittaker 1, Mike Perkett 1, Cobb 1, Mitchell Parise 2, Nick Pomeroy 2.

Lee 15, Hoosac 2

LEE -- Adam Finnegan and Cav Wolski each scored five goals as the host Wildcats pulled away in the second half.

Lee led 6-0 at the break, but it was the Wildcats picking things up offensively in the second half that led to them pulling away.

"The kids on my team started moving the ball and that opened things up for us," said Lee coach Mike Snyder.

Snyder said Hoosac goalie Ryan Bartlett, who made 19 saves, kept the Hurricanes in the game until the Wildcats came on strong.

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Hoosac 0 0 1 1 -- 2

Lee 2 4 7 2 -- 15

Lee goals -- Adam Finnegan 5, Cav Wolski 5, Emerson Wolski 1, Tom Toomey 1, Connor Parkinson 1, Agi DeFarlo 1, Jake Parkinson 1. Hoosac goals -- Brendan Ellsworth 2. Lee assists -- C. Wolski 2, C. Parkinson 2, Finnegan 1, E. Wolski 1, Toomey 1.

Saves -- Lee: Cam Forest 7. Hoosac: Ryan Bartlett 19.

Wahconah 8, Monument 2

GREAT BARRINGTON -- Curran Pularo and Quinn Caesar each scored twice for the Warriors.

Jake Wasielewski had five saves in net for Wahconah.

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Wahconah goals -- Mike Wagner 1, Quinn Caesar 2, Lucas Charland 1, Nick Clayton 1, Curran Pularo 2 goals, Dakota Sprague 1 goals. Monument goals -- Sam Capeless 1, Nick Roszkowski 1. Wahconah assists -- Wagner 1, Caesar 1, Pularo 1. Monument assists -- Cooper Parker 1.

Saves -- Monument: Jonah Swotes 5, Jack Gibson 8. Wahconah: Jake Wasilewski 5.

Mount Greylock 17, Pittsfield 3

WILLIAMSTOWN -- The Mounties' offense pushed them past the Generals on Thursday. No further information was available.

Girls tennis: Greylock 5, Pittsfield 0

WILLIAMSTOWN -- The Mounties won all five individual matches, four in straight sets.

The longest match of the day came at No. 1 singles where Greylock's Melina Sfakianaki bounced back from a second-set shutout loss to beat Pittsfield's Micaela Goodrich 6-0, 0-6, 6-3.

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Singles -- 1. Melina Sfakianaki (MG) def. Micaela Goodrich 6-0, 0-6, 6-3; 2. Tara Shastri (MG) def. Emily Deaso 7-5, 6-1; 3. Mariza Sfakianaki (MG) def. Taylor Turner 6-2, 6-4.

Doubles -- 1. Tyra Nurmi/Charlotte Rand (MG) def. Amanda Miller/Anna Worley 6-1, 6-1; 2. Katie Mick/Amy Larabee (MG) def. Anna Black/Kaitlyn Barcus 6-0, 7-5.

Lenox 5, Mount Everett 0

SHEFFIELD -- Victoria Vittori, Liz Jarck and Alex Trousilek each won in straight sets in singles, helping the Millionaires to the road win and dropping the Eagles to 0-3.

"A little older and more experience," Everett coach Gary Worthington said. "They hit the ball harder -- though we had some close matches."

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Singles -- 1. Victoria Vittori (L) def. Ashlee Shaw 6-2, 6-2; 2. Liz Jarck (L) def. Maya Neski 6-3, 7-5; 3. Alex Trousilek (L) def. Julia Grober 6-0, 6-0. Doubles -- 1. Emma Ingalls/Katie Mitts (L) def. Erica Sullivan/Samantha Twing, forfeit; 2. Liz Mitts/Josie Marshall (L) def. Anna Dupont/Katlyn Dawson 6-1, 6-0.

Monument 5, Taconic 0

GREAT BARRINGTON -- The Spartans improved to 3-0 by sweeping all five matches in straight sets.

Monument's Cara Freadman and Jen Evans did not drop a game in their wins at No. 2 and 3 singles, respectively.

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Singles -- 1. Sam White (MM) def. Angela O'Neil 6-1, 6-2; 2. Cara Freadman (MM) def. Linda Akor 6-0, 6-0; 3. Jen Evans (MM) def. Lily Garrity 6-0, 6-0.

Doubles -- 1. Emily Martin/Molly Amsted (MM) def. Nyanna Slaughter/Jackie Kays 6-1, 6-0; 2. Carly Shafiroff/Aidan Holliday (MM) def. Mallory Eddy/Lauren Russo 6-1, 6-1.

Boys tennis: Greylock 5, Pittsfield 0

WILLIAMSTOWN -- The Mounties improved to 2-0 by taking all five matches in straight sets.

The contest of the day came at No. 1 singles as Greylock's Nyein Soe bounced back from losing a second-set tiebreaker to beat Tom Cimini 6-2, 6-7 (5), 6-4.

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Singles -- 1. Nyein Soe (MG) def. Tom Cimini 6-2, 6-7 (5), 6-4; 2. Will Nolan (MG) def. Evan Dempsey 6-2, 6-2; 3. Alex Cheung (MG) def. Caleb Hould 6-2, 6-0.

Doubles -- 1. Jake Foehl/Gray Kaegi (MG) def. Garrett Dempsey/Brian Desrosiers 6-1, 6-4; 2. Matt and Aaron Kleiner (MG) def. Austin Pedercini/Jack Quattrochi 6-2, 6-1.

Mount Everett 4, Lenox 1

SHEFFIELD -- Singles wins by Jacob Malicky and Patrick Hogelin helped Mount Everett (1-1) offset Isaac Gotterer's No. 2 singles win for Lenox. The Eagles also swept doubles matches.

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Singles -- 1. Jacob Malicky (ME) def. Rishi Kedia 6-3, 6-1; 2. Isaac Gotterer (L) def. Jonas Malicky 1-6, 6-4, 6-2; 3. Patrick Hogelin (ME) def. Harry Hale 7-5, 6-3. Doubles -- 1. Andrew Krom/Jake Smerechniak (ME) def. Hugo Hale/Noah Kalischer-Coggins 6-3, 6-0; 2. Chris Whitbeck/Max Lowenstein (ME) def. Matt Heim/Ryan Silverstein 6-4, 5-7, 6-3.

Track and field: Wahconah, Pittsfield split

DALTON -- Wahconah's boys earned a big 77-64 win over the Generals, with the PHS girls beating the Warriors 80-61.

Marcus Duncan won two events for Wahconah (the 200 in 23.89 seconds, and the 400 in 51.53), as did Kevin Boino (the 100 in 12.07, and the long jump with a leap of 19 feet, 1 1/2 inches). Pittsfield swept the discus and went 1-2 in the 100 hurdles, led by Josh Bonny's 15.16.

Wahconah's girls dominated the throwing events, sweeping the shot put and discus, but PHS' Amanda Wright took three events -- the 100 in 13.34, the long jump with a leap of 14-6 1/4 and the triple jump with a jump of 30-9.

Pittsfield's girls got two-win days from Lauren Farry (the mile in 5:41.02 and the 2-mile in 12:26) and Daria Brown (the 800 in 2:43 and the high jump with 4-8).

Monument sweeps Hoosac

CHESHIRE -- The Spartan boys won 105-35, while the girls prevailed 82-59.

Monument's boys lost just two events, the 800 and the long jump. Connor Storti won three events for the Spartans -- the 100, the 200 (23.6) and the triple jump (39-3 1/4).

Jason Laramee also won three for Monument -- the 110 hurdles, the javelin (135-0) and the high jump (6-4).

Victoria Costello's three wins -- the 100 (13.4), the long jump (15-7) and the triple jump (31-3 1/2) -- led the Monument girls to the team victory.