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GREAT BARRINGTON — Led by Ben Ryel and Bradley Danyluk, the Monument Mountain golf team earned a resounding victory at home over Mount Everett, 166-203.

The Spartans got a medalist round by Ben Ryel, who shot 3-over 39 on the course at Wyantenuck Country Club. Ryel was steady throughout his afternoon, before sealing his individual merit with a birdie on the par-4 10th hole.

Ryel was followed closely by partner Danyluk, who birdied the par-4 fourth hole, en route to carding a 40.

Mount Everett was led by Cooper Rothvoss, who shot a 6-over 42. The Spartans filled it in from there with Callan Hoff and Andrew Churchill both finishing in fewer than 45 strokes.

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MONUMENT MOUNTAIN (166) — Ben Ryel 39, Bradley Danyluk 40, Andrew Churchill 44, Callan Hoff 43, Noah Kissel 48, Bradley Mead 57.

MOUNT EVERETT (203) — Cooper Rothvoss 42, Jack Seward-Dailey 55, Kolby Bleau 54, Kyle Rose 52, Jacob Tenbroeck 59, Robbie Schur 63.

Birdies — MM 2 (Ryel No. 10, Danyluck No. 4).

Wahconah 164, Lee 182LEE — It was visiting Wahconah who had the upper hand on Wednesday at Greenock Country Club, home of the Lee Wildcats.

Warriors’ Pat McLaughlin sank a birdie putt on the fifth hole of his round to card a medalist’s 36. Along with teammate Dan Wilson (40) the duo set the stage for a big Wahconah win.

Lee had a series of strong plays as well, with Camden Redstone solidifying his 44 with a birdie on the fourth hole, and Lucas Bombardier leading the way with a 42. Bombardier dropped in a 35-foot putt for par on the ninth hole to top the Wildcats’ roster.

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WAHCONAH (164) — Dan Wilson 40, Kevin Esko 52, Pat McLaughlin 36, Brady Breitmaier 45, Tim Kaley 43, Cam Lewis 46.

LEE (182) — Colin Durken 50, Camden Redstone 44, Lucas Bombardier 42, Kyle Benzie 55, Mason Mihlek 46, Evan Heath 56.

Birdies — W 1 (McLaughlin No. 5); L 1 (Redstone No. 4).

Cross-Country

Meet at Mount EverettSHEFFIELD — In a Saturday meet in south county, Mount Greylock cross-country flexed its considerable depth and might to sweep Mount Everett.

The Mounties got individual wins from Ollie Swabey on the boys side, and Kate Swann in the girls race, and took the top five spots in both.

Swabey finished the Eagles’ home course in 18 minutes, 16 seconds, and was followed by Charles McWeeny a hair inside 19 minutes. Ezra Holzapfel snuck in under 20 minutes as well.

Swann paced the Mounties in 21:12, with teammates Grace Malone and Jackie Wells finishing tightly behind her.

Mount Everett was led by Matthew Lowe in 23:28, and freshman Kathryn Cohen was first in for the girls.

Greylock hosts Wahconah on Saturday, while the Eagles are home again to take on Monument Mountain.

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Boys

Team Result — Mount Greylock def. Mount Everett 15-50

Scoring Runners — 1. Ollie Swabey (MG) 18:16, 2. Charles McWeeny (MG) 18:58, 3. Ezra Holzapfel (MG) 19:57, 4. Parker Winters (MG) 20:25, 5. Gabe Gerry (MG) 20:46, 6. Michael Faulkner (MG) 20:50, 7. Andrew Petropulos (MG) 21:28, ... 17. Matthew Lowe (ME) 23:28, 20. Micah Ketchen (ME) 24:32, 21. Ben Vella (ME) 25:12, 23. Charles Vion (ME) 25:43, 25. Dominic Germain (ME) 26:32.

Girls

Team Result — Mount Greylock def. Mount Everett 15-n/a

Scoring Runners — 1. Kate Swann (MG) 21:12, 2. Grace Malone (MG) 21:54, 3. Jackie Wells (MG) 21:58, 4. Ainsley Abel (MG) 23:15, 5. Hazel Scullin (MG) 23:35, 6. Anne Miller (MG) 24:03, 7. Annie Art (MG) 24:08, 31. Kathryn Cohen (ME) 32:05, 35. Mya Martin (ME) 34:03, 36. Amaya Ketchen (ME) 34:34, 38. Lucia Cicerchia (ME) 44:07.


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