WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Aaron Kleiner and Tyler Marten each had a goal an assist Tuesday to lead the Mount Greylock boys soccer team to a 4-1 win over Lenox on a day when each team was without a one of its big guns.
Mount Greylock was missing Naka O’Connor, and the Millionaires were without the services of Nic Baruch.
"We were able to take advantage of our depth on a hot day when Lenox was undermanned,” Mount Greylock coach Blair Dils said. “It was good to see us get on the end of a few balls in the second half. We know Lenox will be a very different team when we see them again in two weeks at their place."
All of the scoring came in the second half, and it started when Sam Dils set up Kleiner in the 47th minute. Seven minutes later, Dils was the beneficiary of assists from Kleiner and Marten.
Marten and J. Bath added insurance goals before Alec Jordan was able to put one in for Lenox.
Millionaires keeper Matt Tibbetts stopped five shots.
Mount Greylock starting keeper David Falk left the game with an injury after making one save in the first 20 minutes. Sam Edge stepped in to make two stops and earn his first varsity win between the pipes.
Lenox (4-2-1) goes to Taconic on Thursday. Mount Greylock (3-1-1) is home for Hampshire on Saturday.