Golf/volleyball roundup: Lenox golfer top Monument Mountain
The match was played on the first eight holes and the 10th at Wyantenuck Country club, for a par 36.
Hunter shot a 40, while Monument's Max Joyner shot 41.
The Millionaires (3-1) got the win because three golfers shut under 50, while only Joyner did that for Monument (1-2).
Monument Mountain (197) — Matthew Iemolini 56, Max Joyner 41, Noah Helmke 53, Ben Shultis 50, Brady Whalen 58, Curt Wilkins 53.
Lenox (184) — Max DiGrigoli 47, Brendan Hayden 44, Noah Hunter 40, Rich Armstrong 53, Ben Haddad 56, Cliff Flynn 59.
Taconic 169, Mount Anthony 195
PITTSFIELD — Mike Kays shot a 1-over-par 36 to earn medalist honors as Taconic beat Mount Anthony.
Kays birdied the par-5 fourth hole and par-4 eighth hole en route to his 1-over score on the front nine at Berkshire Hills Country Club. He beat Mount Anthony's Jack Bushee by one stroke.
"Mike has been strong all year," Taconic coach Mike Hillman said. "Connor [Champoux] and Brent [Arseneau] had great rounds."
All four of Taconic's scoring golfers shot under 50, while only two of Mount Anthony's did.
Taconic (169) — Mike Kays 36, Connor Champoux 41, Brent Arseneau 43, Nick Slocik 60, Derek Westenberger 49, Andrew King 55.
Mount Anthony (195) — Jack Bushee 37, Andrew Marsden 46, Nick Salem 56, Nick Pappas 67, Michael McKenna 56.
Birdies: Kays No. 4, No. 8. Bushee No. 5.
Wahconah 210, Pittsfield 252
PITTSFIELD — On the front nine at the Country Club of Pittsfield, Isaac Anello earned medalist honors as Wahconah beat Pittsfield.
Anello shot a 48, and was the only golfer to shoot under 50 on the day. Pittsfield's top score was Liam Fitzgibbon's 55, but three Wahconah golfers shot better.
Pittsfield (252) — Liam Fitzgibbons 55, A.J. Moore 59, Dakota Brazee 69, Dan Fitzgibbons 69.
Wahconah (210) — Daniel Wilson 54, Corey Bazonski 59, Caden Frazier 53, Isaac Anello 48, Cullen Harrington 55, John-Michael Kowalczyk 72.
Lee 3, Taconic 0
PITTSFIELD — The visiting Lee Wildcats rolled to a win over Taconic Monday night. The set scores were 25-7, 25-6 and 25-13.
For Lee, Suriana Lee had 15 assists, Anna Wang had 12 digs, while Bailey Thomas had five kills and nine aces.
Mount Greylock 3, Mount Everett 0
SHEFFIELD — The first set was a doozy, as the visiting Mounties went way into overtime to win 30-28.
From there, the Eagles had a little trouble recovering, as they lost the final two sets 25-6, 25-19.
"I think we got a little tired," Everett coach Dennis Sullivan said. "They played their hearts out."
For Mount Greylock, Kate Hoffstedt had six aces and Maddie Albert had 27 assists.
For Mount Everett, Faith Angell had two assists, six kills and a block; Maria Demanby had five kills and two digs while Allissa Rathbun had four kills, two aces and two digs.
Amherst 3, Wahconah 0
AMHERST — Wahconah went on the road Monday night and battled host Amherst. The Warriors, however, came home on the short end of a 3-0 score.
The set scores were 25-17, 25-19, 25-16.
For Wahconah, Emma Parkington had eight kills, six blocks and nine digs, Laiken Cornwell-L'Hote had seven kills, four blocks and two aces, while Francesca Gigliotti had 12 assists and four blocks.
Pittsfield 3, Mount Anthony 0
BENNINGTON, Vt. — Pittsfield High conquered on its trip north into Vermont, crossing the border with a three-set sweep of Mount Anthony. The Generals presided over the Patriots 25-22, 25-8, 25-19.
PHS was led by Brennah Brickle's all-around night, setting up seven assists and putting down four kills of her own. Mya Manson split the setter duties and came away with five assists, while Marie Butler added four kills and served up four aces. Mount Anthony got four aces, seven digs and one kill from Amber Metcalfe.
Lenox 3, South Hadley 0
SOUTH HADLEY — The Millionaires (4-0) remained perfect with a three-set road win over South Hadley (2-2). The scores were 25-14, 25-11, 25-12.
Lenox coach Bessena Cabe said he was pleased with their expected progress.
"We have a veteran team," he said. "We're trying to be better every game."
For Lenox, Kristin Miller had three kills and three digs, Bombee Lahart had eight kills and eight assists, while Morgan Levesque had 25 assists and three aces.
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