Drury Rallies to Top Mount Greylock

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NORTH ADAMS, Mass. -- Drury’s Nate Hillard singled to drive home Matthew Stewart with two out in the bottom of the sixth to complete a 4-3, come-from-behind victory over Mount Greylock on Monday.

Stewart had previously singled in a three-run game-winning rally for the Blue Devils (4-1).

Logan Rumbolt and Thaylen Harrison singled back-to-back to open the home half of the sixth. Rumbolt scored on Ryan Dubie’s groundout, and Harrison scored when Stewart singled to center field.

Stewart moved up on an error and stole third before coming home on Hillard’s infield single.

Harrison went 2-for-2 with a walk to lead a Drury offense that managed just six hits off Mount Greylock’s Josh Jezouit. Jack Milne and Brodie Altiere each had two hits for the Mounties (4-2), who host East Longmeadow on Saturday.

Hayden Bird went six innings to earn the win on the mound for the Blue Devils before Kody Crosier came on to get the save.

Drury hosts Palmer on Wednesday.

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