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All-Berkshire First Team

JENNA BENZINGER

JUNIOR, MOUNT GREYLOCK

Benzinger is an imposing force at the front of the net. She recorded 73 blocks to go along with 202 kills. She had a .482 attack percentage.

DAGNY ALBANO

JUNIOR, MOUNT GREYLOCK

Albano was the catalyst of the Greylock offense. She led the team with 566 assists, putting her over 1,000 for her career. She had 39 aces as well.

SHENNA TYER

JUNIOR, LEE

Tyer is a versatile outside hitter for the Wildcats. She served as a team captain and was second on the team in kills with 102. She was also second on the team with 101 digs.

KENDRA WILLIAMS

JUNIOR, LEE

William is a three-time All-Berkshire selection and was named MVP by the coaches for the second-straight season. She led the team in assists and aces with 264 and 82, respectively. She also led the team with a 92.5 serve percentage. She was third on the team with 82 kills.

COURTNEY PICARD

SENIOR, LEE

Picard was a senior leader and the main offensive threat for the Wildcats. She led the team with 165 kills, giving her 452 kills for her career. She was second on the team with 166 assists and 55 aces as well.

KAYLA KROM

JUNIOR, MOUNT EVERETT

Krom served as a team captain and was the go-to player for the Eagles this season. She generates velocity on her spikes with her great leaping ability, which allowed her — despite missing four games due to injury — to lead the team with 112 kills. She added 30 digs and 21 blocks as well.

EMILY KOLDYS

SENIOR, PITTSFIELD

Koldys is a well-rounded player and a two-year captain for the Generals. She had 109 kills and a 109 digs this season. She had 34 aces as well. She had a season-high 14 digs against Wahconah,

MICHAELA LABLANC

SENIOR, PITTSFIELD

LaBlanc was on offensive force for the Generals this season. She served as a team captain and led the team in kills with 151 and aces with 59. She added 65 digs and had a season-high 15 kills in the season finale against Taconic.

JULI MCBAIN

SENIOR, WAHCONAH

McBain, the senior libero, was the backbone of the Wahconah defense. She covered ground well and was not afraid to go to the floor while diving for a ball. She led the team with 199 digs and had a 93.5 serve percentage.

SARA LAFRENIERE

SENIOR, WAHCONAH

LaFreniere was one of the hardest hitters in Berkshire County. She led the team with 165 kills and added 43 aces, 47 blocks and 79 digs. The highlight of her season came against Ware, as she had 19 kills, 11 aces and 10 digs.

BRIANNA DAVIS

SENIOR, MONUMENT MOUNTAIN

Davis was one of the leaders of a young Monument Mountain team. She helped lead her team to five victories. She played her best in a season-opening win against St. Joe, notching four kills and three aces.

ILYSSA CREAMER

SENIOR, ST. JOSEPH

Creamer was a team leader that brought the team together with her hard work and energy. She finished her senior season with 76 kills, 35 aces, 72 digs and 34 assists.

CAMI SMACHETTI

SENIOR, LENOX

Smachetti was a multi-talented player for the Millionaires. She had a strong offensive game at the outside hitter position, racking up 120 kills. She also had a strong presence on defense, making 100 digs. She added 44 aces as well.

JULIA KALINOWSKY

SENIOR, TACONIC

Kalinowsky did a great job of sending hittable balls to her teammates, leading the team with 187 assists. She had 40 aces, 34 kills and 13 digs and 12 blocks as well.

All North

Serena Chow, Mount Greylock

Hope Willis, Mount Greylock

Hailey Parker, Wahconah

Anna Wang, Lee

Chloe Warren, Wahconah

Riley Nichols, Pittsfield

Anna Lynch, Lenox

Kasey Vallee, Lenox

All South

Jess Abbott, Mount Everett

Leanne Hamilton, St. Joseph

Parker Snyder, Mount Everett

Maddy Quinto, Taconic

Phebe Hall, Mount Anthony

Cheyanne Guetti, Mount Anthony

Colleen Baker, St. Joseph

Siobhan Yaple, Monument Mountain


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