Lenox’s Kris Vahle watches his putt on the third hole at Waubeeka Golf Links on Monday. Vahle earned medalist honors, but his Millionaires fell to
Lenox’s Kris Vahle watches his putt on the third hole at Waubeeka Golf Links on Monday. Vahle earned medalist honors, but his Millionaires fell to Mount Greylock. (Gillian Jones / New England Newspapers)

WILLIAMSTOWN -- Consistency was the theme of the day for Mount Greylock's Matt Wiseman and Kyle Alvarez.

The Mounties' Nos. 1 and 2 golfers, respectively, carded 6-over-par 42s to lead the Greylock golf team past Lenox, 177-192 on the front nine at Waubeeka Golf Links on Monday afternoon.

Lenox's Kris Vahle earned medalist honors with a 40.

"We'll take that any day," Wiseman said before all the scores were in.

Wiseman, a sophomore, and Alvarez, a freshman, won't out-hit too many other 1s and 2s, but they will likely play cleaner. They did just that Monday.

The duo routinely found the fairway off the tee, placing themselves in good position for their approach shots, which were just as clean for the most part.

When they did find themselves in trouble off the tee -- like Wiseman did on the par-5 fourth hole and Alvarez did on the par-4 ninth -- they recovered quickly and put themselves in position to salvage par or bogey.

"It's very important, and I always play better when I hit fairways," Wiseman said. "I hit a fair number of fairways today, and the ones I didn't hit, I got out of trouble well."

The duo's short game -- chipping and putting -- carried them most of the day.

Wiseman wasn't happy with his putting on the first two holes, which he bogeyed, but he made a nice par putt on the par-3 seventh from about seven feet. As for his chipping, he rolled the ball just by the hole on a couple of occasions.

"They're putting and chipping and that's what golf is -- putting and chipping," Greylock (3-5) coach Luke Polidoro said. "They're not making any bad mistakes. We've been working on golf course management all year, and for young golfers, that's the most important thing. They have the short game. They play a lot, so when they're on, they can chip and putt."

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LENOX (192) -- Kris Vahle 40, Cam Sibley 52, Ben Epstein 51, Zach Levesque 57, Lucy Schwartz 52, Kevin Coakley 49.

GREYLOCK (177) -- Matt Wiseman 42, Kyle Alvarez 42, Aaron St. Martin 48, Lilly Crolius, Steven Jayko 55, Nick Dastoli 45.

Birdies -- Alvarez (No. 4).

Lee improves to 9-0

LEE -- Pittsfield brought its undefeated record to Greenock Country Club on Monday, and left it there.

Host Lee edged Pittsfield 172-175, as two Wildcats (9-0) shot 40 or under compared to one for Pittsfield.

"Our top two guys got it done," Lee coach Matt Carlino said, referring to Jared Fadding, who shot 3-over-par 38, and Andrew Consolati, who shot 40.

Fadding was actually 5-over after two holes, but rallied to birdie the sixth and ninth holes.

Pittsfield's Ryan Grande was medalist with a 2-over 37.

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LEE (172) -- Jared Fadding 38, Andrew Consolati 40, JT Brown 46, Devyn Olds 48, Thomas Fraser 50, J.T. Sorrentino 49.

PITTSFIELD (175) -- Ryan Grande 37, Ricky Berrien 53, Jerry McDonough 48, Justin Martin 43, Kevin Quinto 47, Thomas Symanski 49.

Birdies -- Fadding (No. 6, No. 9), Brown (No. 1), Grande (No. 4).

Monument 173, Hoosac 179

ADAMS -- The Monument Mountain boys golf team captured a win on the road.

The match Monday was held at the Forest Park Country Club, where the Spartans pulled out the victory. Despite the 38 from medalist Keith Pero, the Hurrricanes (2-5) came up just short.

The Spartans were led by T.J Shumsky and Owen Hunter. The pair shot 41 and 41, respectively.

Hoosac coach Jason Sniezek said he expected his team to play better, especially at its home course.

"Our scores were kind of high for it being a home match," Sniezek said. "We have to shoot better."

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MONUMENT (173) -- T.J. Shumsky 41, Owen Hunter 42, Jeff Spratt 45, Sean O'Rourke 45, Kevin Murray 60, Dylan Buffoni 62.

HOOSAC (179) -- Keith Pero 38, Jack Sniezek 45, Mike Lemanski 48, Eric Sniezek 48, Ty Clark 49, Matt Burdick 52.

Birdies: Monument -- Hunter (No. 1).

Wahconah 178, Everett 184

GREAT BARRINGTON -- The Wahconah golf team picked up a road win, despite a 37 from medalist Devin Farnum at Egremont Country Club.

Andrew Beaudoin shot a 40 for Wahconah.

Everett coach Fred Finkle said his team must remain consistent.

"We just didn't have the night we did on Friday," Finkle said. "It was a tough night for us."

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WAHCONAH (178) -- Andrew Beaudoin 40, Joey Szczepaniak 41, Tyler Garrett 45, Nick Cervone 48, Sebastian Babeu 50, Gage Frazier 50.

EVERETT (184) -- Devin Farnum 37, Bradley Lupiani 43, Kyle Smith 51, Jon Ovitt 53, Jake Christinat 56, Matt Morehouse 58.

Birdies: Everett -- Farnum (No. 2).