Monday's baseball: Drury beats Greylock, while DeBlois' pitching leads McCann to win


WILLIAMSTOWN -- Strong pitching and timely hitting led Drury baseball to a 9-2 victory over Mount Greylock on Monday.

Tyler Briggs picked up the win for Drury. He allowed two runs in six innings, scattering five hits.

Briggs walked seven hitters, but Greylock stranded seven runners on base through the first three innings.

Shane Garvey's bases-loaded, two-RBI single sparked a four-run fourth inning for Drury. Schuyler Robinson led the Blue Devils with three hits and two RBI. Delaney Pudvar and Eric Hirsch each had two hits for Greylock.

"Briggs mixed up his pitches and kept us off balance," Greylock coach Steve Messina said.


Drury 000 413 1 -- 9 8 1

Greylock 100 001 0 -- 2 6 1

Tyler Briggs (6), Schuyler Robinson (1) and Crosier. L-- Eli Holland (3), Robby Buffis (2), Brodie Altiere (2) and Nick Disanti. W -- Briggs. L -- Holland. 2B -- Drury 2 (Bryce, Crosier); Greylock 2 (Delaney Pudvar, Eric Hirsch). 3B -- Drury 1 (Harrison); Greylock 1 (Dan Flynn).

McCann Tech 7, PVCS 1

NORTH ADAMS -- Tim DeBlois put together a complete-game two-hit, 11 strikeout performance for McCann.

PVCS jumped out to a 1-0 lead after one inning, but the Hornets started hitting, scoring in four out of the next five innings. Justin Schneider led McCann with two hits and an RBI.

"[Tim] went out there and threw strikes," McCann coach Pat Ryan said. "That's all we can ask for. He was hitting corners and hitting his spots."


PVCS 100 000 0 -- 1 2 3

McCann Tech 021 022 -- 7 8 1

Begin and Reid. Tim DeBlois and Charlie Bohl. W -- DeBlois. L -- Begin. 2B -- PVCS (Baker).

Monument 10, St. Joe 0

PITTSFIELD -- Christian Callahan struck out six, scattering three hits, leading Monument Mountain to a shutout win.

St. Joe coach Dennis Murphy said Callahan did a good job of forcing groundballs, and his defense made plays behind him.

A five-hit seventh inning plated seven runs for Monument, allowing the Spartans to break the game open.


Monument 000 300 7 -- 10 8 0

St. Joe 000 000 0 -- 0 3 0

Christian Callahan and T.J. Shumsky. Devon Johnston (4), Pat Latini (3). W --Callahan. L -- Johnston. 2B -- Monument 1 (Sonsini).

Wahconah 11, Lee 3

LEE -- Ethan Wells pitched four strong innings in relief of starter Collin Parrott to pick up the win for Wahconah.

Lee started the game with a three-run first, but when the Wildcats had to go to their bullpen, Wahconah's offense heated up.

Wells led Wahconah with two hits and three RBI. Kyle Kirchner and Matt Schneider each drove in two runs.

Lee's Luke Murphy had three hits.


Wahconah 100 007 3 -- 11 12 3

Lee 000 300 0 -- 3 7 2

Collin Parrott (3) Wells (4) and Schneider. Jake Simon (3), Eric Farina (2), Nick Pow (0+), Matt Consolati (1), Jared Fadding (1) and Heamon Williams. W -- Wells. L -- Pow. 2B -- Wahconah 4 (Schneider, Wells 2, Kirchner).

Pittsfield 11, Lenox 2

PITTSFIELD -- The Generals exploded for five runs off Lenox starter Trevor Hathaway in the first inning, which was all Pittsfield pitcher Sam Fick needed.

Anthony Jones had three hits and two RBI and Kyle Shade also had three hits to lead a 14-hit attack.

Fick, meanwhile, was an efficient strike-throwing machine in improving his record to 2-0.

"Sam did a great job," said Pittsfield coach Bob Moynihan. "He really pounded the zone."

Kevin Donati also contributed a single and double, and Ryan Grande had a two-run triple for PHS. Dillon Benham had two doubles for Lenox.


Lenox 000 000 2 -- 2 7 2

Pittsfield 524 000 x -- 11 14 1

Trevor Hathaway (1), Tyler Coon (3), Mike Downer (2) and Downer, Cam Sibley (2). Sam Fick and Dom Traversa. WP -- Fick. LP -- Hathaway. 2B -- Lenox 3 (Dillon Benham 2, Sibley), PHS 1 (Kevin Donati). 3B -- PHS 3 (Donati, Chad Shade, Ryan Grande).


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