High school golf, volleyball and cross-country roundup: Mount Greylock golfers top Wahconah

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DALTON — Visiting Mount Greylock picked up a 174-182 win over Wahconah at Wahconah Country Club on Tuesday.

Playing the back nine, par-36, Greylock's Ben Gilooly was the medalist with a 40. Gilooly was coming off a second-place finish at the Berkshire Classic on Sunday.

Greylock's Kyle Alvarez and Wahconah's Jon Dos Santos each shot 41s.

"Hats off to Mount Greylock," Wahconah coach Pete Terpak said in an email. "Scores are always high on our back nine, you need to dig in and be ready for a rough ride or it gets the best of you. Coach Brian Gill has done a great job."

Greylock improves to 10-3 overall and 10-3 in the Berkshire North, while Wahconah falls to 9-5, 9-5.

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MOUNT GREYLOCK (174)

Ben Gilooly 40, Kyle Alvarez 41, Hunter Sarkis 46, Bennett Zimmerman 47, Mark Hayden 55, Connor Daley 65.

WAHCONAH (182)

Jon Dos Santos 41, Nate Dos Santos 45, Colette Basiliere 45, Noah Bracci 51, Sam Clayton 52, Vincent Orlandi 60.

Birdies: J. Dos Santos on No. 13.

MCCANN TECH 20, FRANKLIN TECH 4

ADAMS >> The McCann Tech golf team picked up a 20-4 win over Franklin Tech on Tuesday afternoon at Forest Park Country Club. The Hornets improved to 8-2 on the season with the win, and 7-2 in the Bi-County North.

Brad Tatro was the low score for McCann, shooting a 42 to beat Franklin Tech's Travis Cutting 4-0.

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McCann Tech — Brad Tatro 42 (4), Cole Kratz 47 (1), Ryan Baran 50 (3), Brian Boudreau 44 (4), Nick Kryzanik 53 (4), Jake Tower 44 (4).

Franklin Tech — Travis Cutting 54 (0), Mike Patnode 45 (3), Hunter Sessions 55 (1), Jordan DiGeorge 59 (0), Andy McDonough 78 (0), N/A.

TACONIC 171, HOOSAC 182

PITTSFIELD >> Ross Omelenchuck and Brett Murphy led Taconic to victory over Hoosac Valley at Berkshire Hills Country Club.

Omelenchuck led all golfers with a round-low 41. Murphy shot a 43 out of the No. 5 spot.

Jack Sniezek led Hoosac with a 42.

"Brett's game is starting to come around the last couple matches," Taconic coach Mike Hillman said.

Taconic is 10-4 overall and 10-4 in the Berkshire North while Hoosac is 8-5, 8-5.

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HOOSAC VALLEY (182)

Jack Sniezek 42, Derek Alibozek 44. Henry Sniezek 48, Hayden Grimes 54, Luc Trombley 48, Colby Rougeau 60.

TACONIC (171)

Mike Kays 42, Ross Omelenchuck 41, Tim Curry 45, Connor Champoux 49, Brett Murphy 43, Brent Arseneau 52.

LEE 167, MOUNT EVERETT 209

GREAT BARRINGTON >> Thomas Fraser led Lee to a win over Mount Everett.

Fraser earned medalist honors with a 38. Bryce Whalen finished second with a 41.

Cooper Rothvoss led Everett with a 47. The 209 is Everett's second lowest score of the year.

Lee is 10-2, 10-2 in the Berkshire South while Everett is 1-12, 1-12.

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LEE (167)

Thomas Fraser 38, Colin Finnegan 45, Bryce Whalen 41, Sean McLaughlin 45, Hunter Roosa 43, Camden Redstone 51.

EVERETT (209)

Colby Stevens 51, Spencer Broderick 60, Tucker Wilkinson 53, Cooper Rothvoss 47, Kolby Bleau 58.

PITTSFIELD WINS

PITTSFIELD >> Due to a forfeit from Drury, Pittsfield won the match.

The Generals are now 11-3 overall and 9-3 in the Berkshire North. The Blue Devils are 2-11, 2-11 Berkshire South.

Cross-Country

MEET AT MOUNT GREYLOCK

WILLIAMSTOWN >> In a Tuesday race at Mount Greylock, Drury's Connor Meehan edged out Greylock's Evan Arthur to place first overall in the boys race. Meehan finished second to Arthur a week ago at Reid Middle School, but on Tuesday the senior finished Greylock's course in 13 minutes, 53.2 seconds. Arthur ran his home course in 13:55.6.

Arthur started off a string of Greylock finishers behind him, as Jacob Fink (14:27.3), Sam Culver (14:36.3), Cameron Castonguay (14:41.1), Josh Cheung (14:44) and Owen Brandriss (14:54.1) finished in consecutive order. Taconic's Ryan Serre (8th, 14:56.5) and Jake Paris (10th, 14:59.3) along with Greylock's Jesse Seid (14:59.3) rounded out the top 10 finishers.

In team scores, Greylock recorded team wins over Wahconah (15-50) and Taconic (15-49). Wahconah bested Lee 22-37, and Taconic and Lee took 15-50 wins over Drury.

In the girls race, Margo Smith returned after a week off and won on her home course, running in 17:12.4. Teammate Niku Darafshi (17:24.9), Wahconah duo Danielle and Gabrielle Orlando (17:30.1, 17:36.2) and Greylock's Hazel Scullin (17.38) rounded out the top 5. Greylock's Emily Lescarbeau (17:38.6), Wahconah's Katerina Bruce (17:47.9), and Greylock trio Emma Polumbo (18:02.3), Josie Smith (18:03.6) and Miriam Bakija (18:19.2) made up the top 10.

In team scores, Greylock beat Taconic 15-50 and Wahconah 22-37. Taconic bested Lee 19-39, and Lee and Wahconah beat Drury by scores of 25-34 and 15-49, respectively.

The Greylock boys are now 11-0 with the pair of wins and are No. 1 in the Berkshire North. The Wahconah boys are now 7-4 and on top in the South. The Greylock girls improve to 10-1 and are second behind undefeated Lenox (9-0) in the North.

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Boys

Team results — Lee def. Drury 15-50, Taconic def. Drury 15-50, Wahconah def. Lee 22-37, Mount Greylock def. Wahconah 15-50, Mount Greylock def. Taconic 15-49.

Top 20 — 1. Connor Meehan (D), 13:53.2. 2. Evan Arthur (MG), 13:55.6. 3. Jacob Fink (MG), 14:27.3. 4. Sam Culver (MG), 14:36.3. 5. Cameron Castonguay (MG), 14:41.1. 6. Josh Cheung (MG), 14:44. 7. Owen Brandriss (MG), 14:54.1. 8. Ryan Serre (T), 14:56.5. 9. Jesse Seid (MG), 14:59.3. 10. Jake Paris (T), 14:59.3. 11. Trevor Pelkey (T), 15:14.3. 12. Zabion Powell (T), 15:37. 13. Brandon Pelkey (T), 15:37.1. 14. Chris Campos (W), 15:46.4. 15. Jakin Miller (MG), 15:47.8. 16. Mike Lafrenrere (T), 15:59.2. 17. Gabe Carrington (T), 16:07.7. 18. Zach Armet (MG), 16:31.1. 19. Ethan Schoorlemmer (MG), 16:34.3. 20. Charlie Mcweeny (MG), 16:34.5.

Girls

Team results — Lee def. Drury 25-34, Wahconah def. Drury 15-49, Taconic def. Lee 19-39, Mount Greylock def. Taconic 15-50, Mount Greylock def. Wahconah 22-37.

Top 20 — 1. Margo Smith (MG), 17:12.4. 2. Niku Darafshi (MG), 17:24.9. 3. Danielle Orlando (W), 17:30.1. 4. Gabrielle Orlando (W), 17:36.2. 5. Hazel Scullin (MG), 17:38. 6. Emily Lescarbeau (MG), 17:38.6. 7. Katerina Bruce (W), 17:47.9. 8. Emma Polumbo (MG), 18:02.3. 9. Josie Smith (MG), 18:03.6. 10. Miriam Bakija (MG), 18:19.2. 11. Helen Greenfield (MG), 18:19.2. 12. Hannah Locklear (MG), 18:41.7. 13. Sonia Glab (MG), 18:43.7. 14. Katherine Swann (MG), 18:48.2. 15. Madelyn Wendling (W), 19:04.4. 16. Jessica Houle (W), 19:08.7. 17. Emily Hart (W), 19:20.7. 18. Tessa Levesque (MG), 19:30.5. 19. Cassie Crosie (D), 19:42.1. 20. Mary Decelles (T), 19:46.7.

Volleyball

MONUMENT MOUNTAIN 3, MOUNT EVERETT 0

SHEFFIELD >> Monument Mountain swept Mount Everett on Tuesday night, winning by set scores of 25-15, 29-27 and 25-23.

Lyssa Richards had five aces and three kills to lead Monument (3-6, 3-6 Berkshire South), while Alyssa Mack had three aces and six kills, Alexa Troiano had three aces and three kills, and Danielle Sweet had one ace and four kills.

For Mount Everett (2-10, 2-9), Chandler DeGrenier had four aces, four kills and two assists. Maria DeManby had four aces and a kill, Ashley Atwood had three aces and a kill, and Alyssa Rathbun finished with a pair of aces and a pair of kills.

LEE 3, PITTSFIELD 1

LEE >> Lee got key contributions from several players in a 25-17, 23-25, 25-20, 25-20 win over Pittsfield.

Coach John Warner said opposite hitter Ahna Schlaefer was key to the victory, leading the team with 10 kills, two aces and three digs. Anna Wang's eight digs were crucial as well, as the libero did a good job covering the entire court. Kendra Williams added 30 assists and three digs. Shenna Tyer had nine kills and two aces.

Riley Nichols led Pittsfield with 30 assists and six digs. Danielle LeBlanc had 10 kills and three digs. Katara Mullett had nine kills and two digs.

Lee is 13-1 overall, 8-1 in the Berkshire North while Pittsfield is 10-3, 8-2.


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