SHEFFIELD -- The Mount Everett volleyball team rallied to force a fifth set and pick up its second win of the season Wednesday, beating Monument Mountain.
After dropping the first set 25-19, the Eagles won the second set 25-19. Monument won the third set before Everett won two straight, including a 15-3 victory in the final set.
Kayla Krom led the Eagles with nine kills, three blocks and four digs. Ashley Shaw added 20 assists and two digs. Jess Abbott contributed two blocks.
Brianna Davis led Monument with 10 kills, four aces and three digs. Caitlyn Osak added four digs, two aces, two assist and eight kills. Emily Barbeau led the team with 19 assists, and Jordyn Goodrich added six aces and four kills.
Everett coach Dennis Sullivan said it was a great game from both sides.
"They both played like they know how," Sullivan said. "There was a lot of energy on the court."
Lee 3, Pittsfield 0
PITTSFIELD -- At Berkshire Community College, the visiting Wildcats won 25-19, 25-21, 25-11.
Pittsfield coach Brian Lawton said that he was pleased how the Generals (4-1) hung in against the Wildcats.
"It's tough to do that against lee. They put a lot of pressure on you," he said. "For a bunch of new players, we hung together."
Katie Morin led Lee with 12 kills, 4 blocks and 6 assists. Kendra Williams had 9 assists, 4 aces and 2 kills and Courtney Picard had 4 kills, 3 aces and 3 digs.
Pittsfield's Sam DeCarlo had 10 assists and four digs. The Koldys sisters also figured in the scoring. Sarah had 6 digs while Emily had 5 kills and 5 digs.
Lenox 3, Greylock 0
WILLIAMSTOWN -- Greylock played the Millionaires close, but could not pick up a win during the match. Lenox won its first set 25-23, followed by 25-18 and 25-17 wins.
The Millionaires were led by Makayla White with 10 digs. Kristen Read had 22 assists, Suzanne Woller added seven kills and six aces, and Liz Mitts had 17 kills, three aces, four digs and three blocks.
Celia Bote led Greylock with three aces and five digs. Hope Wills had five blocks.
Wahconah 3, St. Joe 0
DALTON -- The Warriors picked up their second win of the season.
Wahconah won its first two sets 25-8 before being challenged by the young Crusaders in a 25-19 third set.
Juli McBain led Wahconah with nine aces, six assists and three kills. Faith Pudlo and Holly Chappell combined for six aces.
Warriors coach Dave Lussier said he was happy with how his team played, despite the youth of the opponent.
"I was pleased with the way we played. St. Joe is doing a good job of taking new players and developing them quickly," Lussier said.