Roundup: Drury girls soccer explodes for 11 goals in win

NORTH ADAMS — The Drury girls soccer team's hot start to the season continues, as the Blue Devils put together another dominant 80 minutes of soccer, trouncing Sci-Tech for an 11-0 victory on Tuesday.

The Blue Devils' two victories under first-year coach Maria Bartini have come at a combined 18-0 margin.

Jackie Moulton led the way for the hosts scoring four goals. Elli Miles recorded two goals and an assist. Senior captain Hayley Shook added two goals.

Drury dominated possession, out-shooting its opponents by a 33-1 clip.

Hannah Singer made the one save for Drury.


Sci-Tech     0     0     —     0

Drury     5     6     —     11

First Half

D — Jackie Moulton (Tess Zoito), 6:00; D — Moulton (unassisted), 13:00; D — Moulton (UA), 19:00.; D — Elli Miles (penalty kick), 24:00; D — Hayley Shook (UA), 29:00.

Second Half

D — Moulton (UA), 46:00.; D — Shook (Miles) 50:00; D — Miles (UA), 55:00; D — Julia Albright (Miles) 71:00; D — Cristina Cassidy (UA), 73:00; D — Mackenzie Dobbert (UA), 74:00.

Saves — ST: Montana Curtis 22. D: Hannah Singer 1.

Mohawk 4, McCann Tech 3

BUCKLAND — Mohawk used three second-half goals to defeat McCann Tech.

The teams were tied at 1-1 after the first 40 minutes. Dana Canales' goal, followed by Izzy LaCasse's second goal of the match kept the Hornets close. But Eileen Moffat netted the eventual winner.

Savanah Reynolds made 16 saves for the Hornets (0-3-0).


McCann     1     2     —     3

Mohawk     1     3     —     4

Goals — MT: Izzy LaCasse 2, Dana Canales. M: Lilian VanVleet 2, Lily Shearer, Lily Shearer, Eileen Moffat. Assists — MT: Canales 2, LaCasse, M: Sage Spitza 2, Moffat 1.

Saves — MT: Savanah Reynolds 16. M: A. Rowehl 15.


Hoosac Valley 162, Taconic 180

PITTSFIELD — Hoosac Valley traveled to Berkshire Hills Country Club and pulled out a close win.

The Hurricanes top six all came in under 60. Derek Alibozek and Henry Sniezek shared medalist honors with 38s.

Connor Champoux led Taconic (2-1) with a 39.

"A little overcast. Course was little wet, a little saturated," Taconic coach Bobby Tyrol said. [Hoosac's] going to be a tough team to beat. We didn't really have it today. From 1 to 6 [Hoosac] all played solid."


HOOSAC (162)

Derek Alibozek 38, Henry Sniezek 38, Luc Trombley 49, Corben Craig 48, Hayden Grimes 43, Colby Rougeau 43.


Connor Champoux 39, Nate Murphy 43, Derek Wurtenberter 48, Andrew King 53, Nick Slocik 57, Seamus Hayes 50

Birdies — HV: Alibozek, No. 4. T: Murphy, No. 3; King, No. 8.


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