Drury battles Greylock, rain and emerges with a win in softball

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WILLIAMSTOWN -- Drury got a pair of unearned runs in the top of the sixth inning and Cat Record tossed a four-hitter as the Blue Devils knocked off Mount Greylock 2-1 on Thursday afternoon.

"We had some [scoring] opportunities. They play good defense and make good plays," said Greylock coach June Blake. "We didn't have timely hits like we usually have."

Record walked four and struck out four. Heather Tomkowicz gave up five hits, did not walk a batter and struck out seven.

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Drury 000 002 0 -- 2 5 0

Greylock 001 000 0 -- 1 4 1

Cat Record and Ingrid Olsen. Heather Tomkowicz and Kendal Frye. W -- Record. L -- Tomkowicz.

Lacrosse
Chicopee 11, Hoosac 2

CHICOPEE -- Mitch Carlow scored twice but that was all the offense the Hurricanes mustered against the Pacers.

Cody LaBrie has an assist in the game. Hoosac managed 11 shots on net, but only two could get through. Ryan Bartlett made 10 saves for the Hurricanes.

The Hurricanes need one more win to qualify for the Western Massachusetts tournament.

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Hoosac 1 1 0 0 -- 2

Chicopee 1 3 4 3 -- 11

Hoosac goals -- Mitch Carlow 2.

Hoosac assists -- Cody LaBrie 1.

Chicopee goals -- Jones 3, Beribe 3, Geisler 2, Perry 1, Rockwal 1, Meuse 1.

Chicopee assists -- Perry 4, Tablonski 1, Cooley 1.

Saves -- Chicopee 11; Hoosac: Ryan Bartlett 10.

Colleges
Williams tennis

KALAMAZOO, Mich. -- One day after Williams won the NCAA Division III women's tennis championship, the Eph doubles team of Kara Shoemaker and Rebecca Curran are battling for an individual title.

The Eph duo won their first-round match, beating Helen Sdizkhov and Megan Tang from the University of Chicago by identical 6-1, 6-1 scores.

Shoemaker and Curran are now 27-5 as a duo.


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