High school golf and volleyball roundup: Hoosac Valley makes Western Mass.
ADAMS — Henry Sniezek continued his hot shooting, leading Hoosac Valley to a 172-183 win over Taconic.
Sniezek came in with a 41, giving him medalist honors for the match. The win qualifies the Hurricanes (8-4) for the Western Massachusetts tournament.
Thursday's performance was his second consecutive low round, coming off a 39 Wednesday against Wahconah. Mike Kays led Taconic (8-4) with a 42. Jack Sniezek and Luc Trombley shot 43s for Hoosac.
"I knew my fifth man was playing pretty good," Hoosac coach Jay Sniezek. "I knew it was going to be close, but he pulled it out. He's been playing good lately."
Mike Kays 42, Ross Omelenchuck 47, Tim Curry 49, Connor Champoux 48, Brent Arseneau 48, Brett Murphy 46.
Jack Sniezek 43, Derek Alibozek 45, Luc Trombley 43, Hayden Grimes 47, Henry Sniezek 41, Colby Rogeau 60.
Birdies — Jack Sniezek (No. 5, No. 9).
WAHCONAH 170, ST. JOSEPH 216
PITTSFIELD >> Jon Dos Santos shot a 37 for Wahconah as the Warriors qualified for Western Mass. at Pontoosuc Lake Country Club.
Nate Dos Santos carded a 40 for the Warriors (8-4) while Michael Gingras shot a 42 for St. Joseph (1-12).
Jon Dos Santos 37, Nate Dos Santos 40, Vinnie Orlandi 46, Victoria Orlandi 58, Noah Bracci 47, Cullen Harrington 57.
ST. JOSEPH (216)
Michael Gingras 42, Jacob Felix 55, Dakota Brazee 50, Connor Thurston 73, Michael Rosardo 72, Joseph Rong 69.
Birdies — W: Jon Dos Santos (No. 2, No. 3), Nate Dos Santos (No. 8).
PITTSFIELD 162, MOUNT EVERETT 242
PITTSFIELD >> Kevin Quinto shot a 1-under par 34 for Pittsfield in its win at Country Club of Pittsfield.
Jake Driscoll added a 38 for the Generals (10-3) while Ricky Berrian carded a 41.
For Mount Everett (1-11), Colby Stevens turned in a 57.
Kevin Quinto 34, Jake Driscoll 38, Ricky Berrian 41, Justin Martin 49, Liam Fitzgibbons 54, Jet Werham 60.
MOUNT EVERETT (242)
Colby Stevens 57, Kolby Bleau 65, Tucker Wilkinson 62, Spencer Broderick 60, Ethan Benoit 63.
Birdies — P: Quinto (No. 1, No. 2), Driscoll (No. 6).
MOUNT GREYLOCK 173, LENOX 184
LENOX >> Noah Hunter led all scorers with a 41, but it was not enough for Lenox (6-5) against Mount Greylock (9-3).
The Mounties top three scorers shot 45, 42, 42, respectively. Bennett Zimmerman came in with a 44 as well.
Josh Hunter had the second lowest score for the Millionaires with a 46.
Kyle Alvarez 45, Ben Gilooly 42, Hunter Sarkis 42, Bennett Zimmerman 44, Mark Hayden 46, Connor Daley 48.
Noah Hunter 41, Matt Shields 51, Ricky Armstrong 50, Mark Digrigoli 47, Zach Zurrin 51, Josh Hunter 46.
Birdies — HV: (Alvarez (No. 2), Sakris (No. 2)
WAHCONAH 3, EASTHAMPTON 0
DALTON >> Wahconah needed to come back to win the first set, but the Warriors handled the remaining two sets with ease winning 25-23, 25-13, 25-21 over Easthampton.
Fran Gigliotti led Wahconah (9-3) with one ace, 11 assists and six kills. Kelsey LaFreniere had two aces, 10 kills and two digs. Jess Warren added three aces and five digs.
"In the first set we had trouble coming out of the gate," Wahconah coach David Lussier said. "In the second set we talked about focusing on the basics and using better communication on the court."
MOUNT GREYLOCK 3, MONUMENT MOUNTAIN 0
WILLIAMSTOWN >> Mount Greylock swept Monument Mountain 25-12, 25-20 and 25-19.
Jenna Benzinger led Greylock (9-2) with nine kills and three blocks. Dagny Albano seven aces, three kills and 12 assists. Maddie Albert added 10 assists. Lyssa Richards led the Spartans (2-6) with three aces, six digs and seven assists. Megan Race had two kills, one dig and three blocks. Maria Tucker three digs and eight assists.
MOUNT EVERETT 3, MOUNT ANTHONY 2
SHEFFIELD >> Kayla Krom had 11 kills, five aces and four blocks for Mount Everett (2-8) in its win over Mount Anthony. The scores were 24-26, 25-9, 21-25, 25-17, 15-2.
Sarah Balestro recorded eight assists, two kills and two aces for the Eagles while Maria DeManby had seven aces, one kill and one dig.
Ashley Atwood registered six aces for Everett.
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