Berkshire County sports roundup: Hoosac Valley golf beats Lenox


ADAMS — Hoosac Valley had three players shoot under 40, as the Hurricanes earned a 160-190 over Lenox at Forrest Park Country Club on Tuesday.

Hoosac's Luc Trombley earned medalist honors with a 38. Jack Sniezek and Derek Alibozek finished just behind Trombley with 39's.

Noah Hunter led Lenox with a 47.

"Today we played pretty well," Hoosac coach Jason Sniezek said. "Big improvement from our last home match. This is where we need to be."


LENOX (190) — Noah Hunter 47, Matt Shields 46, Ricky Armstrong 47, Zach Zurrin 50, Max DiGrigoli 50, Max Kittredge 66

HOOSAC (160) — Jack Sniezek 39, Hayden Grimes 44, Derek Alibozek 39, Henry Sniezek 48, Luc Trombley 38, Colby Rougeau 61

Birdies — Lenox: Hunter (No. 1). Hoosac: Trombley (No. 9).


PITTSFIELD >> Pittsfield's Kevin Quinto shot a 2-under 33 on the back nine of the Pontoosuc Lake Country Club, leading the Generals over St. Joseph.

Quinto sank birdies on holes 10, 15 and 18, en route to medalist honors. Justin Martin was a close second with a 37.

Michael Gingras led St. Joe with a 37.

"Kevin played lights out today," St. Joe coach Fran Brilliant said. "From talking to guys in his group he was outstanding and it was nice day to play. He took advantage of the course being very playable."


PITTSFIELD (155) — Justin Martin 37, Tino Burns 48, Kevin Quinto 33, Ricky Berrian 39, Alex Parsons 46, Jett Werhan 53.

ST. JOE (208) — Michael Gingras 39, Jacob Felix 48, Connor Thurston 63, Dakota Brazee 58, Michael Losardo 76, Joseph Rong 72.

Birdies — Pittsfield: Quinto (10, 15, 18); Martin (No. 18)


GREAT BARRINGTON >> Consistent play gave Monument Mountain a road win over Mount Everett.

All six Spartan players scored in the high-40's to 50 range. Max Joyner led the way with a 46.

Tucker Wilkinson led Mount Everett with a 53.

"[We're] missing chips and putts," Everett coach Fred Finkle said. "We're a very young team. I played three freshmen and three eighth graders, they're still learning. Hopefully we'll start to pick it up soon."


MONUMENT (188) — Lexi Shumsky 47, Max Joyner 46, Matt Iomelini 48, Dylan Tinker 47, Jackson Cunningham 49, Graham Herrick 50.

EVERETT (233) — Colby Stevens 60, Kolby Bleau 58, Spencer Broderick 62, Tucker Wilkinson 53, Cooper Rothvoss 68, Jack Seward-Dailey 65.


WILLIAMSTOWN >> Ben Gilooly's 2-over 37 led Mount Greylock to a win over Drury on the back nine at the Waubeeka Golf Links.

Gilooly was the only player to shoot under 40 in the match. Gilooly and Kyle Alvarez notched a birdie on holes No. 15 and 16, respectively. Justyn Cowell and Connor Kelly tied for the Blue Devils' low score with 53's.


DRURY (228) — Jude Collins 63, Justyn Cowell 53, Connor Kelly 53, Ryan Dubie 59, Brannon O'Donovan 69, Seth Dupee 65.

GREYLOCK (170) — Kyle Alvarez 42, Ben Gilooly 37, Hunter Sarkis 49, Bennett Zimmerman 42, Connor Daley 49, Mark Hayden 51.,

Birdies — Greylock: Gilooly (No. 15), Alvarez (No. 16).


AMHERST >> Frontier squeaked out a close win over McCann Tech at the Cherry Hill Golf Course.

McCann's Brain Boudreau earned a 4-0 win at No. 5. Bradley Tatro and Dalton Tatro earned 3-1 win at No. 1 and No. 6, respectively. Frontier won the remaining three matches by a 3.5-.5 margin.


McCann Tech (11.5) — Bradley Tatro 40 (3), Cole Kratz 45 (.5), Jake Tower 50 (.5), Ryan Barron 44 (.5), Brian Boudreau 44 (4), Dalton Tatro 51 (3).

Frontier (12.5) — Kyle Spencer 43 (1), Mikey Carduff 38 (3.5), Bryan Baumann 42 (3.5), Rowan Blair 42 (3.5), Scott Pelis 53 (0), Collin Boudreau 53 (1).

High School Cross-Country


NORTH ADAMS >> The McCann Tech cross-country teams were swept in a home quad dual meet on Tuesday.

On the boys' side, Greenfield won 15-50, Granby won 18-40 and Palmer won 16-42 over the Hornets.

For the girls, Greenfield won 15-49, Granby won 18-39 and Palmer won 18-45.

College Volleyball

WILLIAMSTOWN >> The Williams volleyball team earned a 21-18, 25-10 and 25-14 sweep of MCLA on Tuesday.

Ally Ostrow led the Ephs with 10 kills. Sam Anderson and Maggie Allen had five kills each for MCLA.


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