PITTSFIELD -- Alyssa Doerle had nine kills, a dig, two aces and a block to lead Taconic to a big come-from-behind win over Lenox, 21-25, 22-25, 25-19, 25-18, 15-11.
"We weren’t doing anything special, we just started playing better," said Taconic coach Jen Doerle. "We were more aggressive and that turned it around."
Haley Hubbard had five blocks, seven kills and two digs for the Braves; Isabelle George added four digs and an ace; and Kirsten McNeice contributed four digs, two kills and five aces for the victors.
Kristin Read had 34 assists and Liz Mitts had 18 kills, two aces and two blocks for Lenox.
Pittsfield 3, Everett 1
PITTSFIELD -- The Generals dropped the first set of the match, but rebounded to earn a win, 23-25, 25-13, 26-24, 25-12.
"We were horrible in the first game and Everett took advantage," said General coach Brian Lawton.
Paige Hamilton had 10 kills, eight assists and six digs to lead Pittsfield. Emma Burnick added 13 digs, five kills and three aces, Sienna Carpenter had 14 digs and three kills and Sarah Koldys added 10 digs.
For the Eagles, Kayla Krom had nine kills, three aces, four digs and two blocks, Ashley Shaw added 15 assists and Sarah Ackerman had three kills and four aces.
Monument 3, St. Joseph 0
PITTSFIELD -- Lily Ghi’s eight aces and three kills led the Spartans past the Crusaders, 25-6, 28-26, 25-16.
Crusaders coach Peter Strack said the second game was the key.
"We went back and forth at the end, but we just couldn’t close it out," he said. "The girls played well, especially our seniors, but Monument did a good job."
Brianna Davis with six aces and two kills and Emily Bareau, with nine assists and a kill, assisted Ghi.
St. Joseph got two kills and two digs from Leeanne Hamilton, three kills and eight digs from Aileen Archambault and five assists and three digs from Andrea Krahforst-Lang.
Lee 3, Wahconah 0
DALTON -- Katie Morin led Lee in a three-set sweep of Wahconah.
Morin tallied 11 kills and two blocks in the victory. Kendra Williams added 25 assists and Courtney Picard had six kills.
Holly Chappell led Wahconah with five digs. Emily Jordan had three aces, five kills and seven digs and Chloe Warren added four aces, four assists three digs.
Wahconah coach David Lussier said Lee’s offense was too much to contain.
"I thought our team played well defensively. Lee has multiple weapons and continued to hit the ball down," Lussier said. "They’re a really good team. Defensively, we hung with them."