PITTSFIELD -- The Pittsfield High School volleyball team picked up its second win of the season Monday, and its first with Berkshire Community College as its home venue.
The Generals began their stay at Paterson Field House with a 25-9, 25-16, 25-14 victory over St. Joseph.
Coach Brian Lawton said his team took some time to get used to the new court.
Sienna Carpenter led the team with seven aces. Sarah Koldys added six aces for the victors.
"We had some fans in the stands, which we were happy to see," Lawton said. "Now we’re going to try to fill them with students."
Lee 3, Monument 0
LEE -- The Wildcats opened their season with a 25-14, 25-7, 25-14 win over Monument Mountain.
Lee senior Katie Morin had six kills, four aces and four assists to pace the Wildcats. Courtney Picard had seven kills, three aces and two digs, while freshman Shenna Tyer had two kills, two blocks and an ace.
For Monument, Emily Barbeau had three assists and four digs, Brianna Davis had three aces and two digs while Caitlyn Osak had two assists and three digs.
Taconic 3, Greylock 1
WILLIAMSTOWN -- First-year Greylock coach John Albano said that while his team (1-2) has yet to win on the court, he can see the Mounties getting better.
"There was a vast improvement" Monday, he said, "even in the night itself."
For Taconic, Haley Hubbard had 12 kills, five digs and an ace while Kirsten McNeice had six kills, three aces and two digs.
Greylock was paced by Kiara Garofalo’s five aces and Hope Willis’ six kills. Celia Bote and Dagny Albano had three digs each.
Wahconah 3, Everett 0
SHEFFIELD -- The visiting Warriors won three straight games to take the match, but each one was hard fought.
"We played very well," said Everett coach Dennis Sullivan. "What killed us is we have to work on our serving."
The Warriors were paced by Chloe Warren’s six aces, eight assists and two digs. Emily Jordan had eight kills, three blocks and three digs, while Juli McBain had three aces, four assists and three kills.
Kayla Krom had six kills, three digs and two blocks for the Eagles, while Ashley Shaw had eight assists and Jess Abbott chipped in with three kills, two digs and a block.