Local volleyball and field hockey roundup: Mount Greylock defeats Pittsfield


WILLIAMSTOWN — The Pittsfield volleyball team came to Mount Greylock with a perfect North Division record. They left Williamstown without it.

Host Mount Greylock (6-2, 5-1 Berkshire North) got 13 kills and a pair of blocks from Jenna Benzinger as the Mounties beat Pittsfield (7-2, 7-1) in three sets. The scores were 26-24, 25-10, 25-16.

Serena Chow had five kills and four service aces for the Mounties and Carly Munzer had four aces.

Pittsfield was paced by Riley Nichols, who had 14 assists. Kamea Quetti had six kills and two blocks, while Danielle LaBlanc had six kills for the Generals.


LEE >> Lee got eight aces from Sarah Cook en route to a straight-set win over Mount Anthony (1-6, 1-6 Berkshire North). The Wildcats (9-1, 6-1) won 25-7, 25-10, 25-9.

Lee coach John Warner said this is the kind of match that can help keep his squad ready for the postseason.

"What it does, is everyone wants an opportunity to get on the court," he said of his 10-player rotation. "It's a good position to be in."

Suriana Lee had three kills for Lee, while Aliyan Noel had three digs, five assists and a pancake.


SOUTHWICK >> Lenox used its strong service game to earn a 25-10, 25-12, 25-22 win over Southwick.

Kasey Valle led the Millionaires with four aces and two kills. Kayanna Black had four kills. Tori Vittori had four aces and eight kills. Riley Burke had 15 assists and Anna Lynch had eight digs and three aces.

"Our team had a great serving game," Lenox coach Bessena Cabe said. "We're focusing on being aggressive with our serves and in serve-receive, that played a big difference in how we spread out the margins."

Local colleges


WILLIAMSTOWN >> Libby Dolan scored three goals as Williams (5-3) shut out visiting Springfield (4-5), 8-0, in a non-league contest.

The Ephs scored six goals in the first half, two of them by Dolan. She wrapped up her hat trick in the second half.

Williams had a 28-1 shot advantage in the contest.


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