LENOX -- It was a good news, bad news day for Lenox in its first golf match of the 2013 season.

The Millionaires, with five new regulars in the lineup, shot a 174 at Cranwell on Tuesday afternoon. Unfortuntely for the Millionaires, so did Taconic and the Braves won the tiebreaker.

Taconic's No. 5 scorer A.J. Bowman shot 47 to Kevin Coakley's 53, giving the Braves the win.

"We have a very young team and I'm pleased with the score," said Lenox coach Dick Salinetti. "It's disappointing to lose with the tiebreaker."

Kris Vahle shot a 2-over-par 37 on Cranwell's front nine to earn medalist honors.

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Taconic 174, Lenox 174

LENOX (174) -- Kris Vahle 37, Ben Epstein 46, Cam Sibley 43, Kevin Coakley 53, Lucy Schwartz 48, Zach Levesque 62.

Birdies: Lenox, Vahle (sixth).

TACONIC (174) -- Mitch Omelenchuck 38, John Keegan 47, Ross Omelenchuck 53, Matt Ferris 46, A.J. Bowman 47, Kyle Rochelo 43.

Drury 165, Mount Everett 186

GREAT BARRINGTON -- Matt Lawrence carded a three-over par 37 to lead Drury to a win over the Eagles.

Devin Farnum led Everett with a 38.

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DRURY -- (165) Matt Lawrence 37, Nick Bator 43, Nick Boulger 40, Alex Candiloro 50, Nick Trombley 45.

MOUNT EVERETT (186) -- Devin Farnum 38, Jon Ovitt 47, Kyle Smith 46, Matt Morehouse 56, Jake Christinat 55.

Birdies: Everett, Farnum (second), Smith (second). Drury, Lawrence (ninth).

Lee 166, Hoosac 192

LEE -- Jared Fadding's 39 led the Wildcats to their home opener win at Grenock Country Club.


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"I thought our golfers played pretty well for the opener,' said Lee coach Matt Carlino.

Fadding also birdied the fourth hole.

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LEE (166) -- Jared Fadding 39, Andrew Consolati 42, J.P. Brown 43, Devon Olds 42.

HOOSAC VALLEY (192) -- Keith Pero 46, Ty Clark 48, Mike Barnes 47, Matt Burdick 51.

Birdies: Lee, Fadding (fourth).

Turners Falls 20, McCann 4

TURNERS FALLS -- The Hornets ran into a tough Turners team to start their season. Medalist was senior Rob Ferriter, who carded a 1-over 36 to claim McCann's only four points.

Ryan Meehan's 52 was McCann's next-best round. Brad Tatro shot a 56.

"We had good rounds by Ryan and Brad in the three and four spots," coach Matt Barlin said.

The schedule doesn't let up yet for McCann, which hosts Pioneer on Friday.

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McCANN TECH -- (4) Rob Ferriter 36, Austin Segala 72, Ryan Meehan 52, Brad Tatro 56, Mitch Malloy NA, Tristan McNay 70.

TURNERS FALLS -- Brett Sirum 55, Ryan Lenois, 41, Alex Fitzpatrick 43, James Dolan 61, Kyle Kecenski 57, Patrick Salls 55.

Volleyball
Lenox 3, Wahconah 0

LENOX -- The Millionaires swept the Warriors, 25-18, 25-23, 25-22, but it was a struggle according to Lenox coacg Ed Paquette.

"I think both sides had the early-season jitters," he said. "The games weren't vry crisp. I think in the end, our experience won it for us."

Kristen Read had 17 assists and three aces to lead Lenox. Liz Mitts had 10 kills, three digs, four aces and a block, while Sophie Silverstein added three kills, an ace and three digs for the home side.

Emily Jordan led Wahcoinah with four aces and five digs, while Sara LaFreniere had three kills and an ace and Faith Pudlo had three digs for the Warriors.

Pittsfield 3, Greylock 2

WILLIAMSTOWN -- The Pittsfield girls volleyball team picked up its first win of the season, outlasting Mount Greylock 3-2.

Pittsfield took the first set 23-20 before Mount Greylock won the next two 25-9 and 22-15.

The Generals battled back in the fourth set 23-17 to knot things up beforing winning the final set 15-9.

Sam DeCarlo of Pittsfield lead the team with 16 assists and seven aces. Paige Hamilton added seven kills and five aces and Sienna Carpenter had six kills and four digs.

The Mounties were lead by Hope Willis with nine kills, while Josie Verter and Kelsey Hadley added four kills each. Celia Bote and Dagny Albano combined for 18 assists.

Taconic 3, Monument 0

GREAT BARRINGTON -- The veteran Braves swept Monument, 25-13, 25-14 and 25-14.

"I thought we looked nervous," said Monument coach Mike Troiano. "We have a young team, and we're pretty inexperienced right now."

Angela O'Neil led the Braves with two aces, four kills and 18 assists. Alyssa Doerle had eight kills and two aces, while Hayley Hubbard added 14 kills, two aces and four digs.

For Monument, Caitlyn Osak had four kills a dig and an ace, Maris Colli had two kills, an assists and two digs and Brianna Davis had a kill and three digs.

Colleges
MCLA volleyball

LYNDON -- MCLA girls volleyball team improves to 3-0 after beating Lyndon State 3-1.

The Trailblazers handled the Hornets by forcing them into 16 errors.

MCLA was led by Julia Christian with eight kills and five aces. Allie Chang had six kills and Courtney Parent added 12 assists.

Amanda Fleming lead the tean with 12 digs, while Jackie Paluilis, Rachel Mills and Chang combined for 10.