Local roundup: Hoosac Valley golfers top Mount Greylock
ADAMS — Two matches, two wins for reigning Western Massachusetts Division II champion Hoosac Valley.
Two Hoosac golfers shot under 40 as the Hurricanes stayed unbeaten with a 163-176 win over Mount Greylock (1-2) Friday at Forest Park Country Club.
While Henry Sniezek had his second consecutive medalist round with a 2-over-par 36, it was teammate Luc Trombley that coach Jason Sniezek was happiest for.
Trombley shot 3-over 37, his career-best round.
"I'm very happy for him," Jason Sniezek wrote in an email. "We are playing great as a team. Greylock has nice talent as well, and I'm sure they will play tough on their course the next time we see them."
Henry Sniezek had a birdie on the par-4 eighth hole, while Trombley birdied the par-3 fifth.
MOUNT GREYLOCK (176) — Zander Axt 45, Ben Prescott 56, Brayden Smith 43, Paul Roeder 44, Owen Petropulos 44, Cayden Conry 46.
HOOSAC VALLEY (163) — Henry Sniezek 36, Luc Trombley 37, Corben Craig 42, Colby Rougeau 48, Justyn Cowell 48, Zach Swistak 52.
Birdies — Sniezek, No. 8; Trombley, No. 5.
Lee 185, Mount Everett 191
GREAT BARRINGTON — At Egremont Country Club, Dylan Ely shot a 42 to earn medalist honors as Lee (1-1) notched its first win of the year for first-year coach Shane Sullivan.
Ely's score proved to be the difference as he helped the Wildcats to a 6-stroke win.
LEE (185) — Dylan Boomsma 49, Camden Redstone 47, Caleb Kollmer 53, Adam Dingman 47, Dylan Ely 42, Colin Durken 55.
MOUNT EVERETT (191) — Colby Stevens 45, Spencer Broderick 49, Jack Seward-Dailey 49, Cooper Rothvoss 48, Tucker Wilkinson 59, Kai LaRose 64.
Williams 3, Kean 0
UNION, N.J. — The curtain came up on the 2019 volleyball season for Williams, and the Ephs started off with a 3-0 win over host Kean University.
The set scores were 25-15, 25-20, 25-21.
Erin Denham had 12 kills to lead Williams. Alexandra Newton had 37 assists, while Daiana Takashima had 19 digs.
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