Local Roundup: Wahconah, Mount Greylock boys soccer score runaway victories at home

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DALTON — Taconic searched high and low Monday night at Wahconah, but couldn't find an answer to Kevin Huban.

The Warriors senior attack logged a natural hat trick on his way to a five-goal evening in a 6-1 victory over the Braves.

Huban scored three times in a brief span to stake his Warriors a 3-0 lead that his teammates maintained into halftime.

Carthy Makaya-Milondo tried to make a game of it with the second-half opener for Taconic (0-4-1), but Huban answered himself six minutes later and it was off to the races for Wahconah (2-1-0) once more.

Brodie Calvert, who assisted on Huban's second strike, picked up his first varsity goal in the second half to make it 5-1, before Huban polished off the Braves in the 53rd minute.

Easton Eberwein and Donovan Keegan had the duty of setting the table and each logged a pair of assists.

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Taconic     0     1     —     1

Wahconah     3     3     —     6

First Half

W — Kevin Huban (Donovan Keegan), 3:52; W — Huban (Brodie Calvert), 4:36; W — Huban (Easton Eberwein), 5:28.

Second Half

T — Carthy Makaya-Milondo (unassisted), 43:30; W — Huban (Eberwein), 49:44; W — Calvert (Keegan), 51:16; W — Huban (Nick Astore), 52:29.

Saves — T: Ian McGrath 15, Ben Vengalil 4; W: Jack Perenick 3, Ernie Lampron 2.

Mount Greylock 10, Drury 0

WILLIAMSTOWN — The Mounties showcased an incredibly well-rounded attack on Monday while steamrolling Drury (0-1-2).

Mount Greylock (3-1-0) got goals from nine different players in an offensive outpouring. Toby Foehl was the high man with a pair of strikes, while Finn Welch gathered four points with three assists. Emi Soza-Foias and Cedric Lemaire tacked on a goal and assist each, while Leo Rossiter notched two helpers.

Drury's Kevin Chen has a busy day in net, and did manage to turn away 15 shots. At the other end, Oscar Low and Jeremy Guy shared the clean sheet.

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Drury     0     0     —     0

Greylock     4     6     —     10

Goals — MG: Toby Foehl 2, Finn Welch, Emi Soza-Foias, John Skavlem, Julius Munemo, Will Starenko, Tate Kuster, Cedric Lemaire, Sol Sutter.

Assists — MG: Welch 3, Leo Rossiter 2, Soza-Foias, Lemaire.

Saves — D: Kevin Chen 15; MG: Oscar Low 3, Jeremy Guy 1.

Mohawk 3, McCann Tech 2

SHELBURNE FALLS — Michael Harris finished out of a scrum in front of the Mohawk net in the second half, knotting things at 2-2, but McCann Tech (2-2-0) couldn't complete the comeback on the road.

Mohawk led 2-0 before Ivan Liang got the Hornets on the board, chipping a shot over Reuben Bassett off a throw-in to get McCann on the board.

The Warriors got a goal in the closing minutes from Jaime Coleman to earn the win.

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McCann     1     1     —     2

Mohawk     2     1     —     3

First Half

M — Oscar Cassin (unassisted), 22:04; M Tyler Dubrevil (Jaime Coleman) — 36:58; MT Ivan Liang (UA) — 37:43.

Second Half

MT — Michael Harris (UA) 64:04; M Coleman (UA) — 72:58.

Saves — MT: Andew Levesque 9; M: Reuben Bassett n/a.

Girls Soccer

McCann Tech 9, Westfield Tech 4

NORTH ADAMS — McCann Tech cranked off a seven-goal second half to pulled in front and away from the visiting Tigers on Monday.

Westfield Tech built up a 3-2 lead at halftime, but the Hornets (4-0-1, 3-0-1 Tri-County) stung back after the break in a big way.

Sarah Fortini scored two of her three goals in the second half, and Izzy LaCasse chipped in a pair after intermission as well. LaCasse finished with a four-point afternoon, while Molly Boyer added two goals and an assist.

In net, Keira Lennon stopped 13 of the 17 shots she faced.

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Westfield     3     1     —     4

McCann     2     7     —     9

Goals — WT: Chepurin 2, Mosijchuk 2; MT: Sarah Fortini 3, Molly Boyer 2, Izzy LaCasse 2, Camryn Belisle, Dana Canales.

Assists — MT: LaCasse 2, Reva Whitman, Boyer, Canales.

Saves — WT: Carter 9; MT: Keira Lennon 13.

Belchertown 8, Hoosac Valley 2

CHESHIRE — Things got out of hand at Hoosac Valley after halftime.

The Hurricanes (1-1-0) survived the first half against a strong, fast and skilled Orioles squad, staying within striking distance thanks to a pair of goals by senior captains Riley Robinson and Grace Kronick. However, Belchertown won the second half 5-0, and took the contest going away.

Avery Klingensmith enjoyed her time in the Berkshires with two goals and two assists for the visitors.

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Belchertown     3     5     —     8

Hoosac Valley     2     0     —     2

Goals — B: Avery Klingensmith 2, Erin Lucas 2, Brooke Samborski, Sarah Sedlack, Hallie Floyd, Alexa Laflamme; HV: Riley Robinson, Grace Kronick.

Assists — B: Olivia Vogel 2, Klingensmith 2, Saylor Reed, Samborski; HV: Shaleigh Levesque.

Saves — B: Julia Jimenez 5; HV: Gabby Billetz 9, Emily Godfrey 3.

Longmeadow 7, Pittsfield 1

PITTSFIELD — The Generals took one on the chin Monday at home, as Longmeadow came to town and finished the game by scoring five unanswered goals.

The Lancers got three goals and an assist from Joe Cardaropoli to run away with one from Kirvin Park.

Luke Peplowski put away a PHS (1-3-0) goal in the 28th minute, drawing the Generals within 2-1, but Caradopoli tallied an insurance goal just four minutes later.

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Longmeadow     3     4     —     7

Pittsfield     1     0     —     1

First Half

L — Max Aveyard (Joe Cardaropoli), 9:00; L — Cardaropoli (unassisted), 19:00; P — Luke Peplowski (UA), 28:00; L — Cardaropoli (Jared Smith), 32:00.

Second Half

L — Andrew Healy (Billy Albano), 48:00; L — Cardaropoli (Mike Willis), 50:00; L — Willis (UA), 63:00; L — Owen Bradshaw (Jack Kelly), 72:00.

Saves — L: Billy Albano 3; P: Avi Snowise 7.

Golf

Lee 169, Taconic 183

PITTSFIELD — The Dylans dominated play on the front nine at Berkshire Hills Country Club on Monday.

Dylan Ely and Dylan Boomsma picked up one birdie each while shooting matching five-over 40s to share medalist honors in a win for the Wildcats (3-2).

Taconic (1-3) got a birdie and a 43 from Nate Murphy.

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LEE (169) — Dylan Boomsma 40, Camden Redstone 46, Adam Dingman 46, Dylan Ely 40, Colin Durkin 59.

TACONIC (183) — Nate Murphy 43, Seamus Hayes 44, Andrew King 50, Nick Slocik 50, Derek Wurtemburger 46, Matt Sottile 58.

Birdies — L: Boomsma No. 5, Ely No. 2; T: Murphy No. 8.

Hoosac Valley 183, Monument Mountain 191

GREAT BARRINGTON — Henry Sniezek birdied the tough fourth hole at Wyantenuck and his Hurricanes (5-0) managed to hold off Monument Mountain on the Spartans' home course.

Sniezek was the medalist with a 42, taking a two-stroke win over teammate Luc Trombley and a pair of Spartans (1-4).

Monument was led by Ben Shultis and freshman Brad Danyluk with matching 44s. Callan Hoff made his season debut for Monument with a 54.

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HOOSAC (183) — Henry Sniezek 42, Luc Trombley 44, Corben Craig 46, Justyn Cowell 51, Colby Rogeau 54, Zach Swistak 62.

MONUMENT (191) — Curt Wilton 50, Brady Whalen 50, Andrew Churchill 47, Brad Danyluk 44, Ben Shultis 44, Callan Hoff 54.

Birdies — HV: Sniezek No. 4, Trombley No. 5.

Volleyball

Mount Greylock 3, Taconic 0

WILLIAMSTOWN — Taconic improved with each set, but the Mounties held off the Braves again and again in a 3-0 sweep.

Mount Greylock took the match 25-18, 25-21 and 25-23.

"Taconic has a lot of strong servers who can also pressure you on offense," noted Greylock coach Greg Geyer in an email. "We are finding our stride and playing well at times. Our unforced errors are continuing to drop and the team is really being supportive of each other. Great night of Volleyball."

Jenyka Ostellino had four of those service aces for Taconic, and added nine digs. Kacie Chadwell finished with five kills and two aces, while Ava Sinopoli had two aces and four kills.

The Mounties got big performances from a pair of captains with Gabby Alvarez notching 18 assists and four digs, and Lucy Shepard leading the way with 11 kills and six aces. Takeira Darrow added eight kills, while Emma Hayward had 10 digs and four aces.

Pittsfield 3, Mount Anthony 1

PITTSFIELD — When things got tight for Pittsfield High in the fourth set against visiting Mount Anthony, coach Brian Lawton relied on a pair of veterans.

The Generals trailed 19-7, before senior Adam Quinto reeled off 10-straight service points to get his team back in it. Then, down 22-17, it was Sydney Herland's turn. The junior cranked for seven-straight points to bring it home for PHS by two.

The set scores were 25-18, 18-25, 25-17 and 25-23.

Marie Butler laid down 11 kills, while Emma King had five and added three blocks at the net. Hannah Wheeler dug out 10 balls for the Generals (2-2).

Wahconah 3, Monument Mountain 2

DALTON — The Spartans shook off an electric Wahconah service start and made a game of Monday's match with back-to-back victories to force a decisive fifth set.

The Warriors managed to bounce back, though, and hold off visiting Monument Mountain in front of their home crowd.

The set scores were 25-11, 25-14, 25-27, 20-25 and 15-12.

"Was a good, exciting match with many long rallies," wrote Wahconah coach Dave Lussier. "[We were] able to come back from being down 8-6 in the final set to get the win."

The Warriors (4-1) were led by Faith Wehner's 11 aces and 11 digs. Kassidy Krejmas was her usual dominant self at the net with 10 kills and three blocks, while Hannah Rose was all over the court with five aces, five kills and two blocks.

Elena Angerman paced the Spartans (1-3) with six aces to go with nine kills and eight digs. Cate Consolati had eight digs as well, and added four kills and two aces. Trinity Vincelette notched a pair of aces and four kills as well.

Wahconah     3     3     —     6

First Half

W — Kevin Huban (Donovan Keegan), 3:52; W — Huban (Brodie Calvert), 4:36; W — Huban (Easton Eberwein), 5:28.

Second Half

T — Carthy Makaya-Milondo (unassisted), 43:30; W — Huban (Eberwein), 49:44; W — Calvert (Keegan), 51:16; W — Huban (Nick Astore), 52:29.

Saves — T: Ian McGrath 15, Ben Vengalil 4; W: Jack Perenick 3, Ernie Lampron 2.

Mount Greylock 10, Drury 0

WILLIAMSTOWN — The Mounties showcased an incredibly well-rounded attack on Monday while steamrolling Drury (0-1-2).

Mount Greylock (3-1-0) got goals from nine different players in an offensive outpouring. Toby Foehl was the high man with a pair of strikes, while Finn Welch gathered four points with three assists. Emi Soza-Foias and Cedric Lemaire tacked on a goal and assist each, while Leo Rossiter notched two helpers.

Drury's Kevin Chen has a busy day in net, and did manage to turn away 15 shots. At the other end, Oscar Low and Jeremy Guy shared the clean sheet.

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Drury     0     0     —     0

Greylock     4     6     —     10

Goals — MG: Toby Foehl 2, Finn Welch, Emi Soza-Foias, John Skavlem, Julius Munemo, Will Starenko, Tate Kuster, Cedric Lemaire, Sol Sutter.

Assists — MG: Welch 3, Leo Rossiter 2, Soza-Foias, Lemaire.

Saves — D: Kevin Chen 15; MG: Oscar Low 3, Jeremy Guy 1.

Mohawk 3, McCann Tech 2

SHELBURNE FALLS — Michael Harris finished out of a scrum in front of the Mohawk net in the second half, knotting things at 2-2, but McCann Tech (2-2-0) couldn't complete the comeback on the road.

Mohawk led 2-0 before Ivan Liang got the Hornets on the board, chipping a shot over Reuben Bassett off a throw-in to get McCann on the board.

The Warriors got a goal in the closing minutes from Jaime Coleman to earn the win.

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McCann     1     1     —     2

Mohawk     2     1     —     3

First Half

M — Oscar Cassin (unassisted), 22:04; M Tyler Dubrevil (Jaime Coleman) — 36:58; MT Ivan Liang (UA) — 37:43.

Second Half

MT — Michael Harris (UA) 64:04; M Coleman (UA) — 72:58.

Saves — MT: Andew Levesque 9; M: Reuben Bassett n/a.

Girls Soccer

McCann Tech 9, Westfield Tech 4

NORTH ADAMS — McCann Tech cranked off a seven-goal second half to pulled in front and away from the visiting Tigers on Monday.

Westfield Tech built up a 3-2 lead at halftime, but the Hornets (4-0-1, 3-0-1 Tri-County) stung back after the break in a big way.

Sarah Fortini scored two of her three goals in the second half, and Izzy LaCasse chipped in a pair after intermission as well. LaCasse finished with a four-point afternoon, while Molly Boyer added two goals and an assist.

In net, Keira Lennon stopped 13 of the 17 shots she faced.

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Westfield     3     1     —     4

McCann     2     7     —     9

Goals — WT: Chepurin 2, Mosijchuk 2; MT: Sarah Fortini 3, Molly Boyer 2, Izzy LaCasse 2, Camryn Belisle, Dana Canales.

Assists — MT: LaCasse 2, Reva Whitman, Boyer, Canales.

Saves — WT: Carter 9; MT: Keira Lennon 13.

Belchertown 8, Hoosac Valley 2

CHESHIRE — Things got out of hand at Hoosac Valley after halftime.

The Hurricanes (1-1-0) survived the first half against a strong, fast and skilled Orioles squad, staying within striking distance thanks to a pair of goals by senior captains Riley Robinson and Grace Kronick. However, Belchertown won the second half 5-0, and took the contest going away.

Avery Klingensmith enjoyed her time in the Berkshires with two goals and two assists for the visitors.

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Belchertown     3     5     —     8

Hoosac Valley     2     0     —     2

Goals — B: Avery Klingensmith 2, Erin Lucas 2, Brooke Samborski, Sarah Sedlack, Hallie Floyd, Alexa Laflamme; HV: Riley Robinson, Grace Kronick.

Assists — B: Olivia Vogel 2, Klingensmith 2, Saylor Reed, Samborski; HV: Shaleigh Levesque.

Saves — B: Julia Jimenez 5; HV: Gabby Billetz 9, Emily Godfrey 3.

Longmeadow 7, Pittsfield 1

PITTSFIELD — The Generals took one on the chin Monday at home, as Longmeadow came to town and finished the game by scoring five unanswered goals.

The Lancers got three goals and an assist from Joe Cardaropoli to run away with one from Kirvin Park.

Luke Peplowski put away a PHS (1-3-0) goal in the 28th minute, drawing the Generals within 2-1, but Caradopoli tallied an insurance goal just four minutes later.

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Longmeadow     3     4     —     7

Pittsfield     1     0     —     1

First Half

L — Max Aveyard (Joe Cardaropoli), 9:00; L — Cardaropoli (unassisted), 19:00; P — Luke Peplowski (UA), 28:00; L — Cardaropoli (Jared Smith), 32:00.

Second Half

L — Andrew Healy (Billy Albano), 48:00; L — Cardaropoli (Mike Willis), 50:00; L — Willis (UA), 63:00; L — Owen Bradshaw (Jack Kelly), 72:00.

Saves — L: Billy Albano 3; P: Avi Snowise 7.

Golf

Lee 169, Taconic 183

PITTSFIELD — The Dylans dominated play on the front nine at Berkshire Hills Country Club on Monday.

Dylan Ely and Dylan Boomsma picked up one birdie each while shooting matching five-over 40s to share medalist honors in a win for the Wildcats (3-2).

Taconic (1-3) got a birdie and a 43 from Nate Murphy.

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LEE (169) — Dylan Boomsma 40, Camden Redstone 46, Adam Dingman 46, Dylan Ely 40, Colin Durkin 59.

TACONIC (183) — Nate Murphy 43, Seamus Hayes 44, Andrew King 50, Nick Slocik 50, Derek Wurtemburger 46, Matt Sottile 58.

Birdies — L: Boomsma No. 5, Ely No. 2; T: Murphy No. 8.

Hoosac Valley 183, Monument Mountain 191

GREAT BARRINGTON — Henry Sniezek birdied the tough fourth hole at Wyantenuck and his Hurricanes (5-0) managed to hold off Monument Mountain on the Spartans' home course.

Sniezek was the medalist with a 42, taking a two-stroke win over teammate Luc Trombley and a pair of Spartans (1-4).

Monument was led by Ben Shultis and freshman Brad Danyluk with matching 44s. Callan Hoff made his season debut for Monument with a 54.

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HOOSAC (183) — Henry Sniezek 42, Luc Trombley 44, Corben Craig 46, Justyn Cowell 51, Colby Rogeau 54, Zach Swistak 62.

MONUMENT (191) — Curt Wilton 50, Brady Whalen 50, Andrew Churchill 47, Brad Danyluk 44, Ben Shultis 44, Callan Hoff 54.

Birdies — HV: Sniezek No. 4, Trombley No. 5.

Volleyball

Mount Greylock 3, Taconic 0

WILLIAMSTOWN — Taconic improved with each set, but the Mounties held off the Braves again and again in a 3-0 sweep.

Mount Greylock took the match 25-18, 25-21 and 25-23.

"Taconic has a lot of strong servers who can also pressure you on offense," noted Greylock coach Greg Geyer in an email. "We are finding our stride and playing well at times. Our unforced errors are continuing to drop and the team is really being supportive of each other. Great night of Volleyball."

Jenyka Ostellino had four of those service aces for Taconic, and added nine digs. Kacie Chadwell finished with five kills and two aces, while Ava Sinopoli had two aces and four kills.

The Mounties got big performances from a pair of captains with Gabby Alvarez notching 18 assists and four digs, and Lucy Shepard leading the way with 11 kills and six aces. Takeira Darrow added eight kills, while Emma Hayward had 10 digs and four aces.

Pittsfield 3, Mount Anthony 1

PITTSFIELD — When things got tight for Pittsfield High in the fourth set against visiting Mount Anthony, coach Brian Lawton relied on a pair of veterans.

The Generals trailed 19-7, before senior Adam Quinto reeled off 10-straight service points to get his team back in it. Then, down 22-17, it was Sydney Herland's turn. The junior cranked for seven-straight points to bring it home for PHS by two.

The set scores were 25-18, 18-25, 25-17 and 25-23.

Marie Butler laid down 11 kills, while Emma King had five and added three blocks at the net. Hannah Wheeler dug out 10 balls for the Generals (2-2).

Wahconah 3, Monument Mountain 2

DALTON — The Spartans shook off an electric Wahconah service start and made a game of Monday's match with back-to-back victories to force a decisive fifth set.

The Warriors managed to bounce back, though, and hold off visiting Monument Mountain in front of their home crowd.

The set scores were 25-11, 25-14, 25-27, 20-25 and 15-12.

"Was a good, exciting match with many long rallies," wrote Wahconah coach Dave Lussier. "[We were] able to come back from being down 8-6 in the final set to get the win."

The Warriors (4-1) were led by Faith Wehner's 11 aces and 11 digs. Kassidy Krejmas was her usual dominant self at the net with 10 kills and three blocks, while Hannah Rose was all over the court with five aces, five kills and two blocks.

Elena Angerman paced the Spartans (1-3) with six aces to go with nine kills and eight digs. Cate Consolati had eight digs as well, and added four kills and two aces. Trinity Vincelette notched a pair of aces and four kills as well.

First Half

W — Kevin Huban (Donovan Keegan), 3:52; W — Huban (Brodie Calvert), 4:36; W — Huban (Easton Eberwein), 5:28.

Second Half

T — Carthy Makaya-Milondo (unassisted), 43:30; W — Huban (Eberwein), 49:44; W — Calvert (Keegan), 51:16; W — Huban (Nick Astore), 52:29.

Saves — T: Ian McGrath 15, Ben Vengalil 4; W: Jack Perenick 3, Ernie Lampron 2.

Mount Greylock 10, Drury 0

WILLIAMSTOWN — The Mounties showcased an incredibly well-rounded attack on Monday while steamrolling Drury (0-1-2).

Mount Greylock (3-1-0) got goals from nine different players in an offensive outpouring. Toby Foehl was the high man with a pair of strikes, while Finn Welch gathered four points with three assists. Emi Soza-Foias and Cedric Lemaire tacked on a goal and assist each, while Leo Rossiter notched two helpers.

Drury's Kevin Chen has a busy day in net, and did manage to turn away 15 shots. At the other end, Oscar Low and Jeremy Guy shared the clean sheet.

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Drury     0     0     —     0

Greylock     4     6     —     10

Goals — MG: Toby Foehl 2, Finn Welch, Emi Soza-Foias, John Skavlem, Julius Munemo, Will Starenko, Tate Kuster, Cedric Lemaire, Sol Sutter.

Assists — MG: Welch 3, Leo Rossiter 2, Soza-Foias, Lemaire.

Saves — D: Kevin Chen 15; MG: Oscar Low 3, Jeremy Guy 1.

Mohawk 3, McCann Tech 2

SHELBURNE FALLS — Michael Harris finished out of a scrum in front of the Mohawk net in the second half, knotting things at 2-2, but McCann Tech (2-2-0) couldn't complete the comeback on the road.

Mohawk led 2-0 before Ivan Liang got the Hornets on the board, chipping a shot over Reuben Bassett off a throw-in to get McCann on the board.

The Warriors got a goal in the closing minutes from Jaime Coleman to earn the win.

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McCann     1     1     —     2

Mohawk     2     1     —     3

First Half

M — Oscar Cassin (unassisted), 22:04; M Tyler Dubrevil (Jaime Coleman) — 36:58; MT Ivan Liang (UA) — 37:43.

Second Half

MT — Michael Harris (UA) 64:04; M Coleman (UA) — 72:58.

Saves — MT: Andew Levesque 9; M: Reuben Bassett n/a.

Girls Soccer

McCann Tech 9, Westfield Tech 4

NORTH ADAMS — McCann Tech cranked off a seven-goal second half to pulled in front and away from the visiting Tigers on Monday.

Westfield Tech built up a 3-2 lead at halftime, but the Hornets (4-0-1, 3-0-1 Tri-County) stung back after the break in a big way.

Sarah Fortini scored two of her three goals in the second half, and Izzy LaCasse chipped in a pair after intermission as well. LaCasse finished with a four-point afternoon, while Molly Boyer added two goals and an assist.

In net, Keira Lennon stopped 13 of the 17 shots she faced.

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Westfield     3     1     —     4

McCann     2     7     —     9

Goals — WT: Chepurin 2, Mosijchuk 2; MT: Sarah Fortini 3, Molly Boyer 2, Izzy LaCasse 2, Camryn Belisle, Dana Canales.

Assists — MT: LaCasse 2, Reva Whitman, Boyer, Canales.

Saves — WT: Carter 9; MT: Keira Lennon 13.

Belchertown 8, Hoosac Valley 2

CHESHIRE — Things got out of hand at Hoosac Valley after halftime.

The Hurricanes (1-1-0) survived the first half against a strong, fast and skilled Orioles squad, staying within striking distance thanks to a pair of goals by senior captains Riley Robinson and Grace Kronick. However, Belchertown won the second half 5-0, and took the contest going away.

Avery Klingensmith enjoyed her time in the Berkshires with two goals and two assists for the visitors.

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Belchertown     3     5     —     8

Hoosac Valley     2     0     —     2

Goals — B: Avery Klingensmith 2, Erin Lucas 2, Brooke Samborski, Sarah Sedlack, Hallie Floyd, Alexa Laflamme; HV: Riley Robinson, Grace Kronick.

Assists — B: Olivia Vogel 2, Klingensmith 2, Saylor Reed, Samborski; HV: Shaleigh Levesque.

Saves — B: Julia Jimenez 5; HV: Gabby Billetz 9, Emily Godfrey 3.

Longmeadow 7, Pittsfield 1

PITTSFIELD — The Generals took one on the chin Monday at home, as Longmeadow came to town and finished the game by scoring five unanswered goals.

The Lancers got three goals and an assist from Joe Cardaropoli to run away with one from Kirvin Park.

Luke Peplowski put away a PHS (1-3-0) goal in the 28th minute, drawing the Generals within 2-1, but Caradopoli tallied an insurance goal just four minutes later.

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Longmeadow     3     4     —     7

Pittsfield     1     0     —     1

First Half

L — Max Aveyard (Joe Cardaropoli), 9:00; L — Cardaropoli (unassisted), 19:00; P — Luke Peplowski (UA), 28:00; L — Cardaropoli (Jared Smith), 32:00.

Second Half

L — Andrew Healy (Billy Albano), 48:00; L — Cardaropoli (Mike Willis), 50:00; L — Willis (UA), 63:00; L — Owen Bradshaw (Jack Kelly), 72:00.

Saves — L: Billy Albano 3; P: Avi Snowise 7.

Golf

Lee 169, Taconic 183

PITTSFIELD — The Dylans dominated play on the front nine at Berkshire Hills Country Club on Monday.

Dylan Ely and Dylan Boomsma picked up one birdie each while shooting matching five-over 40s to share medalist honors in a win for the Wildcats (3-2).

Taconic (1-3) got a birdie and a 43 from Nate Murphy.

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LEE (169) — Dylan Boomsma 40, Camden Redstone 46, Adam Dingman 46, Dylan Ely 40, Colin Durkin 59.

TACONIC (183) — Nate Murphy 43, Seamus Hayes 44, Andrew King 50, Nick Slocik 50, Derek Wurtemburger 46, Matt Sottile 58.

Birdies — L: Boomsma No. 5, Ely No. 2; T: Murphy No. 8.

Hoosac Valley 183, Monument Mountain 191

GREAT BARRINGTON — Henry Sniezek birdied the tough fourth hole at Wyantenuck and his Hurricanes (5-0) managed to hold off Monument Mountain on the Spartans' home course.

Sniezek was the medalist with a 42, taking a two-stroke win over teammate Luc Trombley and a pair of Spartans (1-4).

Monument was led by Ben Shultis and freshman Brad Danyluk with matching 44s. Callan Hoff made his season debut for Monument with a 54.

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HOOSAC (183) — Henry Sniezek 42, Luc Trombley 44, Corben Craig 46, Justyn Cowell 51, Colby Rogeau 54, Zach Swistak 62.

MONUMENT (191) — Curt Wilton 50, Brady Whalen 50, Andrew Churchill 47, Brad Danyluk 44, Ben Shultis 44, Callan Hoff 54.

Birdies — HV: Sniezek No. 4, Trombley No. 5.

Volleyball

Mount Greylock 3, Taconic 0

WILLIAMSTOWN — Taconic improved with each set, but the Mounties held off the Braves again and again in a 3-0 sweep.

Mount Greylock took the match 25-18, 25-21 and 25-23.

"Taconic has a lot of strong servers who can also pressure you on offense," noted Greylock coach Greg Geyer in an email. "We are finding our stride and playing well at times. Our unforced errors are continuing to drop and the team is really being supportive of each other. Great night of Volleyball."

Jenyka Ostellino had four of those service aces for Taconic, and added nine digs. Kacie Chadwell finished with five kills and two aces, while Ava Sinopoli had two aces and four kills.

The Mounties got big performances from a pair of captains with Gabby Alvarez notching 18 assists and four digs, and Lucy Shepard leading the way with 11 kills and six aces. Takeira Darrow added eight kills, while Emma Hayward had 10 digs and four aces.

Pittsfield 3, Mount Anthony 1

PITTSFIELD — When things got tight for Pittsfield High in the fourth set against visiting Mount Anthony, coach Brian Lawton relied on a pair of veterans.

The Generals trailed 19-7, before senior Adam Quinto reeled off 10-straight service points to get his team back in it. Then, down 22-17, it was Sydney Herland's turn. The junior cranked for seven-straight points to bring it home for PHS by two.

The set scores were 25-18, 18-25, 25-17 and 25-23.

Marie Butler laid down 11 kills, while Emma King had five and added three blocks at the net. Hannah Wheeler dug out 10 balls for the Generals (2-2).

Wahconah 3, Monument Mountain 2

DALTON — The Spartans shook off an electric Wahconah service start and made a game of Monday's match with back-to-back victories to force a decisive fifth set.

The Warriors managed to bounce back, though, and hold off visiting Monument Mountain in front of their home crowd.

The set scores were 25-11, 25-14, 25-27, 20-25 and 15-12.

"Was a good, exciting match with many long rallies," wrote Wahconah coach Dave Lussier. "[We were] able to come back from being down 8-6 in the final set to get the win."

The Warriors (4-1) were led by Faith Wehner's 11 aces and 11 digs. Kassidy Krejmas was her usual dominant self at the net with 10 kills and three blocks, while Hannah Rose was all over the court with five aces, five kills and two blocks.

Elena Angerman paced the Spartans (1-3) with six aces to go with nine kills and eight digs. Cate Consolati had eight digs as well, and added four kills and two aces. Trinity Vincelette notched a pair of aces and four kills as well.

Greylock     4     6     —     10

Goals — MG: Toby Foehl 2, Finn Welch, Emi Soza-Foias, John Skavlem, Julius Munemo, Will Starenko, Tate Kuster, Cedric Lemaire, Sol Sutter.

Assists — MG: Welch 3, Leo Rossiter 2, Soza-Foias, Lemaire.

Saves — D: Kevin Chen 15; MG: Oscar Low 3, Jeremy Guy 1.

Mohawk 3, McCann Tech 2

SHELBURNE FALLS — Michael Harris finished out of a scrum in front of the Mohawk net in the second half, knotting things at 2-2, but McCann Tech (2-2-0) couldn't complete the comeback on the road.

Mohawk led 2-0 before Ivan Liang got the Hornets on the board, chipping a shot over Reuben Bassett off a throw-in to get McCann on the board.

The Warriors got a goal in the closing minutes from Jaime Coleman to earn the win.

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McCann     1     1     —     2

Mohawk     2     1     —     3

First Half

M — Oscar Cassin (unassisted), 22:04; M Tyler Dubrevil (Jaime Coleman) — 36:58; MT Ivan Liang (UA) — 37:43.

Second Half

MT — Michael Harris (UA) 64:04; M Coleman (UA) — 72:58.

Saves — MT: Andew Levesque 9; M: Reuben Bassett n/a.

Girls Soccer

McCann Tech 9, Westfield Tech 4

NORTH ADAMS — McCann Tech cranked off a seven-goal second half to pulled in front and away from the visiting Tigers on Monday.

Westfield Tech built up a 3-2 lead at halftime, but the Hornets (4-0-1, 3-0-1 Tri-County) stung back after the break in a big way.

Sarah Fortini scored two of her three goals in the second half, and Izzy LaCasse chipped in a pair after intermission as well. LaCasse finished with a four-point afternoon, while Molly Boyer added two goals and an assist.

In net, Keira Lennon stopped 13 of the 17 shots she faced.

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Westfield     3     1     —     4

McCann     2     7     —     9

Goals — WT: Chepurin 2, Mosijchuk 2; MT: Sarah Fortini 3, Molly Boyer 2, Izzy LaCasse 2, Camryn Belisle, Dana Canales.

Assists — MT: LaCasse 2, Reva Whitman, Boyer, Canales.

Saves — WT: Carter 9; MT: Keira Lennon 13.

Belchertown 8, Hoosac Valley 2

CHESHIRE — Things got out of hand at Hoosac Valley after halftime.

The Hurricanes (1-1-0) survived the first half against a strong, fast and skilled Orioles squad, staying within striking distance thanks to a pair of goals by senior captains Riley Robinson and Grace Kronick. However, Belchertown won the second half 5-0, and took the contest going away.

Avery Klingensmith enjoyed her time in the Berkshires with two goals and two assists for the visitors.

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Belchertown     3     5     —     8

Hoosac Valley     2     0     —     2

Goals — B: Avery Klingensmith 2, Erin Lucas 2, Brooke Samborski, Sarah Sedlack, Hallie Floyd, Alexa Laflamme; HV: Riley Robinson, Grace Kronick.

Assists — B: Olivia Vogel 2, Klingensmith 2, Saylor Reed, Samborski; HV: Shaleigh Levesque.

Saves — B: Julia Jimenez 5; HV: Gabby Billetz 9, Emily Godfrey 3.

Longmeadow 7, Pittsfield 1

PITTSFIELD — The Generals took one on the chin Monday at home, as Longmeadow came to town and finished the game by scoring five unanswered goals.

The Lancers got three goals and an assist from Joe Cardaropoli to run away with one from Kirvin Park.

Luke Peplowski put away a PHS (1-3-0) goal in the 28th minute, drawing the Generals within 2-1, but Caradopoli tallied an insurance goal just four minutes later.

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Longmeadow     3     4     —     7

Pittsfield     1     0     —     1

First Half

L — Max Aveyard (Joe Cardaropoli), 9:00; L — Cardaropoli (unassisted), 19:00; P — Luke Peplowski (UA), 28:00; L — Cardaropoli (Jared Smith), 32:00.

Second Half

L — Andrew Healy (Billy Albano), 48:00; L — Cardaropoli (Mike Willis), 50:00; L — Willis (UA), 63:00; L — Owen Bradshaw (Jack Kelly), 72:00.

Saves — L: Billy Albano 3; P: Avi Snowise 7.

Golf

Lee 169, Taconic 183

PITTSFIELD — The Dylans dominated play on the front nine at Berkshire Hills Country Club on Monday.

Dylan Ely and Dylan Boomsma picked up one birdie each while shooting matching five-over 40s to share medalist honors in a win for the Wildcats (3-2).

Taconic (1-3) got a birdie and a 43 from Nate Murphy.

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LEE (169) — Dylan Boomsma 40, Camden Redstone 46, Adam Dingman 46, Dylan Ely 40, Colin Durkin 59.

TACONIC (183) — Nate Murphy 43, Seamus Hayes 44, Andrew King 50, Nick Slocik 50, Derek Wurtemburger 46, Matt Sottile 58.

Birdies — L: Boomsma No. 5, Ely No. 2; T: Murphy No. 8.

Hoosac Valley 183, Monument Mountain 191

GREAT BARRINGTON — Henry Sniezek birdied the tough fourth hole at Wyantenuck and his Hurricanes (5-0) managed to hold off Monument Mountain on the Spartans' home course.

Sniezek was the medalist with a 42, taking a two-stroke win over teammate Luc Trombley and a pair of Spartans (1-4).

Monument was led by Ben Shultis and freshman Brad Danyluk with matching 44s. Callan Hoff made his season debut for Monument with a 54.

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HOOSAC (183) — Henry Sniezek 42, Luc Trombley 44, Corben Craig 46, Justyn Cowell 51, Colby Rogeau 54, Zach Swistak 62.

MONUMENT (191) — Curt Wilton 50, Brady Whalen 50, Andrew Churchill 47, Brad Danyluk 44, Ben Shultis 44, Callan Hoff 54.

Birdies — HV: Sniezek No. 4, Trombley No. 5.

Volleyball

Mount Greylock 3, Taconic 0

WILLIAMSTOWN — Taconic improved with each set, but the Mounties held off the Braves again and again in a 3-0 sweep.

Mount Greylock took the match 25-18, 25-21 and 25-23.

"Taconic has a lot of strong servers who can also pressure you on offense," noted Greylock coach Greg Geyer in an email. "We are finding our stride and playing well at times. Our unforced errors are continuing to drop and the team is really being supportive of each other. Great night of Volleyball."

Jenyka Ostellino had four of those service aces for Taconic, and added nine digs. Kacie Chadwell finished with five kills and two aces, while Ava Sinopoli had two aces and four kills.

The Mounties got big performances from a pair of captains with Gabby Alvarez notching 18 assists and four digs, and Lucy Shepard leading the way with 11 kills and six aces. Takeira Darrow added eight kills, while Emma Hayward had 10 digs and four aces.

Pittsfield 3, Mount Anthony 1

PITTSFIELD — When things got tight for Pittsfield High in the fourth set against visiting Mount Anthony, coach Brian Lawton relied on a pair of veterans.

The Generals trailed 19-7, before senior Adam Quinto reeled off 10-straight service points to get his team back in it. Then, down 22-17, it was Sydney Herland's turn. The junior cranked for seven-straight points to bring it home for PHS by two.

The set scores were 25-18, 18-25, 25-17 and 25-23.

Marie Butler laid down 11 kills, while Emma King had five and added three blocks at the net. Hannah Wheeler dug out 10 balls for the Generals (2-2).

Wahconah 3, Monument Mountain 2

DALTON — The Spartans shook off an electric Wahconah service start and made a game of Monday's match with back-to-back victories to force a decisive fifth set.

The Warriors managed to bounce back, though, and hold off visiting Monument Mountain in front of their home crowd.

The set scores were 25-11, 25-14, 25-27, 20-25 and 15-12.

"Was a good, exciting match with many long rallies," wrote Wahconah coach Dave Lussier. "[We were] able to come back from being down 8-6 in the final set to get the win."

The Warriors (4-1) were led by Faith Wehner's 11 aces and 11 digs. Kassidy Krejmas was her usual dominant self at the net with 10 kills and three blocks, while Hannah Rose was all over the court with five aces, five kills and two blocks.

Elena Angerman paced the Spartans (1-3) with six aces to go with nine kills and eight digs. Cate Consolati had eight digs as well, and added four kills and two aces. Trinity Vincelette notched a pair of aces and four kills as well.

Goals — MG: Toby Foehl 2, Finn Welch, Emi Soza-Foias, John Skavlem, Julius Munemo, Will Starenko, Tate Kuster, Cedric Lemaire, Sol Sutter.

Assists — MG: Welch 3, Leo Rossiter 2, Soza-Foias, Lemaire.

Saves — D: Kevin Chen 15; MG: Oscar Low 3, Jeremy Guy 1.

Mohawk 3, McCann Tech 2

SHELBURNE FALLS — Michael Harris finished out of a scrum in front of the Mohawk net in the second half, knotting things at 2-2, but McCann Tech (2-2-0) couldn't complete the comeback on the road.

Mohawk led 2-0 before Ivan Liang got the Hornets on the board, chipping a shot over Reuben Bassett off a throw-in to get McCann on the board.

The Warriors got a goal in the closing minutes from Jaime Coleman to earn the win.

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McCann     1     1     —     2

Mohawk     2     1     —     3

First Half

M — Oscar Cassin (unassisted), 22:04; M Tyler Dubrevil (Jaime Coleman) — 36:58; MT Ivan Liang (UA) — 37:43.

Second Half

MT — Michael Harris (UA) 64:04; M Coleman (UA) — 72:58.

Saves — MT: Andew Levesque 9; M: Reuben Bassett n/a.

Girls Soccer

McCann Tech 9, Westfield Tech 4

NORTH ADAMS — McCann Tech cranked off a seven-goal second half to pulled in front and away from the visiting Tigers on Monday.

Westfield Tech built up a 3-2 lead at halftime, but the Hornets (4-0-1, 3-0-1 Tri-County) stung back after the break in a big way.

Sarah Fortini scored two of her three goals in the second half, and Izzy LaCasse chipped in a pair after intermission as well. LaCasse finished with a four-point afternoon, while Molly Boyer added two goals and an assist.

In net, Keira Lennon stopped 13 of the 17 shots she faced.

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Westfield     3     1     —     4

McCann     2     7     —     9

Goals — WT: Chepurin 2, Mosijchuk 2; MT: Sarah Fortini 3, Molly Boyer 2, Izzy LaCasse 2, Camryn Belisle, Dana Canales.

Assists — MT: LaCasse 2, Reva Whitman, Boyer, Canales.

Saves — WT: Carter 9; MT: Keira Lennon 13.

Belchertown 8, Hoosac Valley 2

CHESHIRE — Things got out of hand at Hoosac Valley after halftime.

The Hurricanes (1-1-0) survived the first half against a strong, fast and skilled Orioles squad, staying within striking distance thanks to a pair of goals by senior captains Riley Robinson and Grace Kronick. However, Belchertown won the second half 5-0, and took the contest going away.

Avery Klingensmith enjoyed her time in the Berkshires with two goals and two assists for the visitors.

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Belchertown     3     5     —     8

Hoosac Valley     2     0     —     2

Goals — B: Avery Klingensmith 2, Erin Lucas 2, Brooke Samborski, Sarah Sedlack, Hallie Floyd, Alexa Laflamme; HV: Riley Robinson, Grace Kronick.

Assists — B: Olivia Vogel 2, Klingensmith 2, Saylor Reed, Samborski; HV: Shaleigh Levesque.

Saves — B: Julia Jimenez 5; HV: Gabby Billetz 9, Emily Godfrey 3.

Longmeadow 7, Pittsfield 1

PITTSFIELD — The Generals took one on the chin Monday at home, as Longmeadow came to town and finished the game by scoring five unanswered goals.

The Lancers got three goals and an assist from Joe Cardaropoli to run away with one from Kirvin Park.

Luke Peplowski put away a PHS (1-3-0) goal in the 28th minute, drawing the Generals within 2-1, but Caradopoli tallied an insurance goal just four minutes later.

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Longmeadow     3     4     —     7

Pittsfield     1     0     —     1

First Half

L — Max Aveyard (Joe Cardaropoli), 9:00; L — Cardaropoli (unassisted), 19:00; P — Luke Peplowski (UA), 28:00; L — Cardaropoli (Jared Smith), 32:00.

Second Half

L — Andrew Healy (Billy Albano), 48:00; L — Cardaropoli (Mike Willis), 50:00; L — Willis (UA), 63:00; L — Owen Bradshaw (Jack Kelly), 72:00.

Saves — L: Billy Albano 3; P: Avi Snowise 7.

Golf

Lee 169, Taconic 183

PITTSFIELD — The Dylans dominated play on the front nine at Berkshire Hills Country Club on Monday.

Dylan Ely and Dylan Boomsma picked up one birdie each while shooting matching five-over 40s to share medalist honors in a win for the Wildcats (3-2).

Taconic (1-3) got a birdie and a 43 from Nate Murphy.

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LEE (169) — Dylan Boomsma 40, Camden Redstone 46, Adam Dingman 46, Dylan Ely 40, Colin Durkin 59.

TACONIC (183) — Nate Murphy 43, Seamus Hayes 44, Andrew King 50, Nick Slocik 50, Derek Wurtemburger 46, Matt Sottile 58.

Birdies — L: Boomsma No. 5, Ely No. 2; T: Murphy No. 8.

Hoosac Valley 183, Monument Mountain 191

GREAT BARRINGTON — Henry Sniezek birdied the tough fourth hole at Wyantenuck and his Hurricanes (5-0) managed to hold off Monument Mountain on the Spartans' home course.

Sniezek was the medalist with a 42, taking a two-stroke win over teammate Luc Trombley and a pair of Spartans (1-4).

Monument was led by Ben Shultis and freshman Brad Danyluk with matching 44s. Callan Hoff made his season debut for Monument with a 54.

———

HOOSAC (183) — Henry Sniezek 42, Luc Trombley 44, Corben Craig 46, Justyn Cowell 51, Colby Rogeau 54, Zach Swistak 62.

MONUMENT (191) — Curt Wilton 50, Brady Whalen 50, Andrew Churchill 47, Brad Danyluk 44, Ben Shultis 44, Callan Hoff 54.

Birdies — HV: Sniezek No. 4, Trombley No. 5.

Volleyball

Mount Greylock 3, Taconic 0

WILLIAMSTOWN — Taconic improved with each set, but the Mounties held off the Braves again and again in a 3-0 sweep.

Mount Greylock took the match 25-18, 25-21 and 25-23.

"Taconic has a lot of strong servers who can also pressure you on offense," noted Greylock coach Greg Geyer in an email. "We are finding our stride and playing well at times. Our unforced errors are continuing to drop and the team is really being supportive of each other. Great night of Volleyball."

Jenyka Ostellino had four of those service aces for Taconic, and added nine digs. Kacie Chadwell finished with five kills and two aces, while Ava Sinopoli had two aces and four kills.

The Mounties got big performances from a pair of captains with Gabby Alvarez notching 18 assists and four digs, and Lucy Shepard leading the way with 11 kills and six aces. Takeira Darrow added eight kills, while Emma Hayward had 10 digs and four aces.

Pittsfield 3, Mount Anthony 1

PITTSFIELD — When things got tight for Pittsfield High in the fourth set against visiting Mount Anthony, coach Brian Lawton relied on a pair of veterans.

The Generals trailed 19-7, before senior Adam Quinto reeled off 10-straight service points to get his team back in it. Then, down 22-17, it was Sydney Herland's turn. The junior cranked for seven-straight points to bring it home for PHS by two.

The set scores were 25-18, 18-25, 25-17 and 25-23.

Marie Butler laid down 11 kills, while Emma King had five and added three blocks at the net. Hannah Wheeler dug out 10 balls for the Generals (2-2).

Wahconah 3, Monument Mountain 2

DALTON — The Spartans shook off an electric Wahconah service start and made a game of Monday's match with back-to-back victories to force a decisive fifth set.

The Warriors managed to bounce back, though, and hold off visiting Monument Mountain in front of their home crowd.

The set scores were 25-11, 25-14, 25-27, 20-25 and 15-12.

"Was a good, exciting match with many long rallies," wrote Wahconah coach Dave Lussier. "[We were] able to come back from being down 8-6 in the final set to get the win."

The Warriors (4-1) were led by Faith Wehner's 11 aces and 11 digs. Kassidy Krejmas was her usual dominant self at the net with 10 kills and three blocks, while Hannah Rose was all over the court with five aces, five kills and two blocks.

Elena Angerman paced the Spartans (1-3) with six aces to go with nine kills and eight digs. Cate Consolati had eight digs as well, and added four kills and two aces. Trinity Vincelette notched a pair of aces and four kills as well.

Mohawk     2     1     —     3

First Half

M — Oscar Cassin (unassisted), 22:04; M Tyler Dubrevil (Jaime Coleman) — 36:58; MT Ivan Liang (UA) — 37:43.

Second Half

MT — Michael Harris (UA) 64:04; M Coleman (UA) — 72:58.

Saves — MT: Andew Levesque 9; M: Reuben Bassett n/a.

Girls Soccer

McCann Tech 9, Westfield Tech 4

NORTH ADAMS — McCann Tech cranked off a seven-goal second half to pulled in front and away from the visiting Tigers on Monday.

Westfield Tech built up a 3-2 lead at halftime, but the Hornets (4-0-1, 3-0-1 Tri-County) stung back after the break in a big way.

Sarah Fortini scored two of her three goals in the second half, and Izzy LaCasse chipped in a pair after intermission as well. LaCasse finished with a four-point afternoon, while Molly Boyer added two goals and an assist.

In net, Keira Lennon stopped 13 of the 17 shots she faced.

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Westfield     3     1     —     4

McCann     2     7     —     9

Goals — WT: Chepurin 2, Mosijchuk 2; MT: Sarah Fortini 3, Molly Boyer 2, Izzy LaCasse 2, Camryn Belisle, Dana Canales.

Assists — MT: LaCasse 2, Reva Whitman, Boyer, Canales.

Saves — WT: Carter 9; MT: Keira Lennon 13.

Belchertown 8, Hoosac Valley 2

CHESHIRE — Things got out of hand at Hoosac Valley after halftime.

The Hurricanes (1-1-0) survived the first half against a strong, fast and skilled Orioles squad, staying within striking distance thanks to a pair of goals by senior captains Riley Robinson and Grace Kronick. However, Belchertown won the second half 5-0, and took the contest going away.

Avery Klingensmith enjoyed her time in the Berkshires with two goals and two assists for the visitors.

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Belchertown     3     5     —     8

Hoosac Valley     2     0     —     2

Goals — B: Avery Klingensmith 2, Erin Lucas 2, Brooke Samborski, Sarah Sedlack, Hallie Floyd, Alexa Laflamme; HV: Riley Robinson, Grace Kronick.

Assists — B: Olivia Vogel 2, Klingensmith 2, Saylor Reed, Samborski; HV: Shaleigh Levesque.

Saves — B: Julia Jimenez 5; HV: Gabby Billetz 9, Emily Godfrey 3.

Longmeadow 7, Pittsfield 1

PITTSFIELD — The Generals took one on the chin Monday at home, as Longmeadow came to town and finished the game by scoring five unanswered goals.

The Lancers got three goals and an assist from Joe Cardaropoli to run away with one from Kirvin Park.

Luke Peplowski put away a PHS (1-3-0) goal in the 28th minute, drawing the Generals within 2-1, but Caradopoli tallied an insurance goal just four minutes later.

———

Longmeadow     3     4     —     7

Pittsfield     1     0     —     1

First Half

L — Max Aveyard (Joe Cardaropoli), 9:00; L — Cardaropoli (unassisted), 19:00; P — Luke Peplowski (UA), 28:00; L — Cardaropoli (Jared Smith), 32:00.

Second Half

L — Andrew Healy (Billy Albano), 48:00; L — Cardaropoli (Mike Willis), 50:00; L — Willis (UA), 63:00; L — Owen Bradshaw (Jack Kelly), 72:00.

Saves — L: Billy Albano 3; P: Avi Snowise 7.

Golf

Lee 169, Taconic 183

PITTSFIELD — The Dylans dominated play on the front nine at Berkshire Hills Country Club on Monday.

Dylan Ely and Dylan Boomsma picked up one birdie each while shooting matching five-over 40s to share medalist honors in a win for the Wildcats (3-2).

Taconic (1-3) got a birdie and a 43 from Nate Murphy.

———

LEE (169) — Dylan Boomsma 40, Camden Redstone 46, Adam Dingman 46, Dylan Ely 40, Colin Durkin 59.

TACONIC (183) — Nate Murphy 43, Seamus Hayes 44, Andrew King 50, Nick Slocik 50, Derek Wurtemburger 46, Matt Sottile 58.

Birdies — L: Boomsma No. 5, Ely No. 2; T: Murphy No. 8.

Hoosac Valley 183, Monument Mountain 191

GREAT BARRINGTON — Henry Sniezek birdied the tough fourth hole at Wyantenuck and his Hurricanes (5-0) managed to hold off Monument Mountain on the Spartans' home course.

Sniezek was the medalist with a 42, taking a two-stroke win over teammate Luc Trombley and a pair of Spartans (1-4).

Monument was led by Ben Shultis and freshman Brad Danyluk with matching 44s. Callan Hoff made his season debut for Monument with a 54.

———

HOOSAC (183) — Henry Sniezek 42, Luc Trombley 44, Corben Craig 46, Justyn Cowell 51, Colby Rogeau 54, Zach Swistak 62.

MONUMENT (191) — Curt Wilton 50, Brady Whalen 50, Andrew Churchill 47, Brad Danyluk 44, Ben Shultis 44, Callan Hoff 54.

Birdies — HV: Sniezek No. 4, Trombley No. 5.

Volleyball

Mount Greylock 3, Taconic 0

WILLIAMSTOWN — Taconic improved with each set, but the Mounties held off the Braves again and again in a 3-0 sweep.

Mount Greylock took the match 25-18, 25-21 and 25-23.

"Taconic has a lot of strong servers who can also pressure you on offense," noted Greylock coach Greg Geyer in an email. "We are finding our stride and playing well at times. Our unforced errors are continuing to drop and the team is really being supportive of each other. Great night of Volleyball."

Jenyka Ostellino had four of those service aces for Taconic, and added nine digs. Kacie Chadwell finished with five kills and two aces, while Ava Sinopoli had two aces and four kills.

The Mounties got big performances from a pair of captains with Gabby Alvarez notching 18 assists and four digs, and Lucy Shepard leading the way with 11 kills and six aces. Takeira Darrow added eight kills, while Emma Hayward had 10 digs and four aces.

Pittsfield 3, Mount Anthony 1

PITTSFIELD — When things got tight for Pittsfield High in the fourth set against visiting Mount Anthony, coach Brian Lawton relied on a pair of veterans.

The Generals trailed 19-7, before senior Adam Quinto reeled off 10-straight service points to get his team back in it. Then, down 22-17, it was Sydney Herland's turn. The junior cranked for seven-straight points to bring it home for PHS by two.

The set scores were 25-18, 18-25, 25-17 and 25-23.

Marie Butler laid down 11 kills, while Emma King had five and added three blocks at the net. Hannah Wheeler dug out 10 balls for the Generals (2-2).

Wahconah 3, Monument Mountain 2

DALTON — The Spartans shook off an electric Wahconah service start and made a game of Monday's match with back-to-back victories to force a decisive fifth set.

The Warriors managed to bounce back, though, and hold off visiting Monument Mountain in front of their home crowd.

The set scores were 25-11, 25-14, 25-27, 20-25 and 15-12.

"Was a good, exciting match with many long rallies," wrote Wahconah coach Dave Lussier. "[We were] able to come back from being down 8-6 in the final set to get the win."

The Warriors (4-1) were led by Faith Wehner's 11 aces and 11 digs. Kassidy Krejmas was her usual dominant self at the net with 10 kills and three blocks, while Hannah Rose was all over the court with five aces, five kills and two blocks.

Elena Angerman paced the Spartans (1-3) with six aces to go with nine kills and eight digs. Cate Consolati had eight digs as well, and added four kills and two aces. Trinity Vincelette notched a pair of aces and four kills as well.

First Half

M — Oscar Cassin (unassisted), 22:04; M Tyler Dubrevil (Jaime Coleman) — 36:58; MT Ivan Liang (UA) — 37:43.

Second Half

MT — Michael Harris (UA) 64:04; M Coleman (UA) — 72:58.

Saves — MT: Andew Levesque 9; M: Reuben Bassett n/a.

Girls Soccer

McCann Tech 9, Westfield Tech 4

NORTH ADAMS — McCann Tech cranked off a seven-goal second half to pulled in front and away from the visiting Tigers on Monday.

Westfield Tech built up a 3-2 lead at halftime, but the Hornets (4-0-1, 3-0-1 Tri-County) stung back after the break in a big way.

Sarah Fortini scored two of her three goals in the second half, and Izzy LaCasse chipped in a pair after intermission as well. LaCasse finished with a four-point afternoon, while Molly Boyer added two goals and an assist.

In net, Keira Lennon stopped 13 of the 17 shots she faced.

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Westfield     3     1     —     4

McCann     2     7     —     9

Goals — WT: Chepurin 2, Mosijchuk 2; MT: Sarah Fortini 3, Molly Boyer 2, Izzy LaCasse 2, Camryn Belisle, Dana Canales.

Assists — MT: LaCasse 2, Reva Whitman, Boyer, Canales.

Saves — WT: Carter 9; MT: Keira Lennon 13.

Belchertown 8, Hoosac Valley 2

CHESHIRE — Things got out of hand at Hoosac Valley after halftime.

The Hurricanes (1-1-0) survived the first half against a strong, fast and skilled Orioles squad, staying within striking distance thanks to a pair of goals by senior captains Riley Robinson and Grace Kronick. However, Belchertown won the second half 5-0, and took the contest going away.

Avery Klingensmith enjoyed her time in the Berkshires with two goals and two assists for the visitors.

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Belchertown     3     5     —     8

Hoosac Valley     2     0     —     2

Goals — B: Avery Klingensmith 2, Erin Lucas 2, Brooke Samborski, Sarah Sedlack, Hallie Floyd, Alexa Laflamme; HV: Riley Robinson, Grace Kronick.

Assists — B: Olivia Vogel 2, Klingensmith 2, Saylor Reed, Samborski; HV: Shaleigh Levesque.

Saves — B: Julia Jimenez 5; HV: Gabby Billetz 9, Emily Godfrey 3.

Longmeadow 7, Pittsfield 1

PITTSFIELD — The Generals took one on the chin Monday at home, as Longmeadow came to town and finished the game by scoring five unanswered goals.

The Lancers got three goals and an assist from Joe Cardaropoli to run away with one from Kirvin Park.

Luke Peplowski put away a PHS (1-3-0) goal in the 28th minute, drawing the Generals within 2-1, but Caradopoli tallied an insurance goal just four minutes later.

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Longmeadow     3     4     —     7

Pittsfield     1     0     —     1

First Half

L — Max Aveyard (Joe Cardaropoli), 9:00; L — Cardaropoli (unassisted), 19:00; P — Luke Peplowski (UA), 28:00; L — Cardaropoli (Jared Smith), 32:00.

Second Half

L — Andrew Healy (Billy Albano), 48:00; L — Cardaropoli (Mike Willis), 50:00; L — Willis (UA), 63:00; L — Owen Bradshaw (Jack Kelly), 72:00.

Saves — L: Billy Albano 3; P: Avi Snowise 7.

Golf

Lee 169, Taconic 183

PITTSFIELD — The Dylans dominated play on the front nine at Berkshire Hills Country Club on Monday.

Dylan Ely and Dylan Boomsma picked up one birdie each while shooting matching five-over 40s to share medalist honors in a win for the Wildcats (3-2).

Taconic (1-3) got a birdie and a 43 from Nate Murphy.

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LEE (169) — Dylan Boomsma 40, Camden Redstone 46, Adam Dingman 46, Dylan Ely 40, Colin Durkin 59.

TACONIC (183) — Nate Murphy 43, Seamus Hayes 44, Andrew King 50, Nick Slocik 50, Derek Wurtemburger 46, Matt Sottile 58.

Birdies — L: Boomsma No. 5, Ely No. 2; T: Murphy No. 8.

Hoosac Valley 183, Monument Mountain 191

GREAT BARRINGTON — Henry Sniezek birdied the tough fourth hole at Wyantenuck and his Hurricanes (5-0) managed to hold off Monument Mountain on the Spartans' home course.

Sniezek was the medalist with a 42, taking a two-stroke win over teammate Luc Trombley and a pair of Spartans (1-4).

Monument was led by Ben Shultis and freshman Brad Danyluk with matching 44s. Callan Hoff made his season debut for Monument with a 54.

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HOOSAC (183) — Henry Sniezek 42, Luc Trombley 44, Corben Craig 46, Justyn Cowell 51, Colby Rogeau 54, Zach Swistak 62.

MONUMENT (191) — Curt Wilton 50, Brady Whalen 50, Andrew Churchill 47, Brad Danyluk 44, Ben Shultis 44, Callan Hoff 54.

Birdies — HV: Sniezek No. 4, Trombley No. 5.

Volleyball

Mount Greylock 3, Taconic 0

WILLIAMSTOWN — Taconic improved with each set, but the Mounties held off the Braves again and again in a 3-0 sweep.

Mount Greylock took the match 25-18, 25-21 and 25-23.

"Taconic has a lot of strong servers who can also pressure you on offense," noted Greylock coach Greg Geyer in an email. "We are finding our stride and playing well at times. Our unforced errors are continuing to drop and the team is really being supportive of each other. Great night of Volleyball."

Jenyka Ostellino had four of those service aces for Taconic, and added nine digs. Kacie Chadwell finished with five kills and two aces, while Ava Sinopoli had two aces and four kills.

The Mounties got big performances from a pair of captains with Gabby Alvarez notching 18 assists and four digs, and Lucy Shepard leading the way with 11 kills and six aces. Takeira Darrow added eight kills, while Emma Hayward had 10 digs and four aces.

Pittsfield 3, Mount Anthony 1

PITTSFIELD — When things got tight for Pittsfield High in the fourth set against visiting Mount Anthony, coach Brian Lawton relied on a pair of veterans.

The Generals trailed 19-7, before senior Adam Quinto reeled off 10-straight service points to get his team back in it. Then, down 22-17, it was Sydney Herland's turn. The junior cranked for seven-straight points to bring it home for PHS by two.

The set scores were 25-18, 18-25, 25-17 and 25-23.

Marie Butler laid down 11 kills, while Emma King had five and added three blocks at the net. Hannah Wheeler dug out 10 balls for the Generals (2-2).

Wahconah 3, Monument Mountain 2

DALTON — The Spartans shook off an electric Wahconah service start and made a game of Monday's match with back-to-back victories to force a decisive fifth set.

The Warriors managed to bounce back, though, and hold off visiting Monument Mountain in front of their home crowd.

The set scores were 25-11, 25-14, 25-27, 20-25 and 15-12.

"Was a good, exciting match with many long rallies," wrote Wahconah coach Dave Lussier. "[We were] able to come back from being down 8-6 in the final set to get the win."

The Warriors (4-1) were led by Faith Wehner's 11 aces and 11 digs. Kassidy Krejmas was her usual dominant self at the net with 10 kills and three blocks, while Hannah Rose was all over the court with five aces, five kills and two blocks.

Elena Angerman paced the Spartans (1-3) with six aces to go with nine kills and eight digs. Cate Consolati had eight digs as well, and added four kills and two aces. Trinity Vincelette notched a pair of aces and four kills as well.

McCann     2     7     —     9

Goals — WT: Chepurin 2, Mosijchuk 2; MT: Sarah Fortini 3, Molly Boyer 2, Izzy LaCasse 2, Camryn Belisle, Dana Canales.

Assists — MT: LaCasse 2, Reva Whitman, Boyer, Canales.

Saves — WT: Carter 9; MT: Keira Lennon 13.

Belchertown 8, Hoosac Valley 2

CHESHIRE — Things got out of hand at Hoosac Valley after halftime.

The Hurricanes (1-1-0) survived the first half against a strong, fast and skilled Orioles squad, staying within striking distance thanks to a pair of goals by senior captains Riley Robinson and Grace Kronick. However, Belchertown won the second half 5-0, and took the contest going away.

Avery Klingensmith enjoyed her time in the Berkshires with two goals and two assists for the visitors.

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Belchertown     3     5     —     8

Hoosac Valley     2     0     —     2

Goals — B: Avery Klingensmith 2, Erin Lucas 2, Brooke Samborski, Sarah Sedlack, Hallie Floyd, Alexa Laflamme; HV: Riley Robinson, Grace Kronick.

Assists — B: Olivia Vogel 2, Klingensmith 2, Saylor Reed, Samborski; HV: Shaleigh Levesque.

Saves — B: Julia Jimenez 5; HV: Gabby Billetz 9, Emily Godfrey 3.

Longmeadow 7, Pittsfield 1

PITTSFIELD — The Generals took one on the chin Monday at home, as Longmeadow came to town and finished the game by scoring five unanswered goals.

The Lancers got three goals and an assist from Joe Cardaropoli to run away with one from Kirvin Park.

Luke Peplowski put away a PHS (1-3-0) goal in the 28th minute, drawing the Generals within 2-1, but Caradopoli tallied an insurance goal just four minutes later.

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Longmeadow     3     4     —     7

Pittsfield     1     0     —     1

First Half

L — Max Aveyard (Joe Cardaropoli), 9:00; L — Cardaropoli (unassisted), 19:00; P — Luke Peplowski (UA), 28:00; L — Cardaropoli (Jared Smith), 32:00.

Second Half

L — Andrew Healy (Billy Albano), 48:00; L — Cardaropoli (Mike Willis), 50:00; L — Willis (UA), 63:00; L — Owen Bradshaw (Jack Kelly), 72:00.

Saves — L: Billy Albano 3; P: Avi Snowise 7.

Golf

Lee 169, Taconic 183

PITTSFIELD — The Dylans dominated play on the front nine at Berkshire Hills Country Club on Monday.

Dylan Ely and Dylan Boomsma picked up one birdie each while shooting matching five-over 40s to share medalist honors in a win for the Wildcats (3-2).

Taconic (1-3) got a birdie and a 43 from Nate Murphy.

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LEE (169) — Dylan Boomsma 40, Camden Redstone 46, Adam Dingman 46, Dylan Ely 40, Colin Durkin 59.

TACONIC (183) — Nate Murphy 43, Seamus Hayes 44, Andrew King 50, Nick Slocik 50, Derek Wurtemburger 46, Matt Sottile 58.

Birdies — L: Boomsma No. 5, Ely No. 2; T: Murphy No. 8.

Hoosac Valley 183, Monument Mountain 191

GREAT BARRINGTON — Henry Sniezek birdied the tough fourth hole at Wyantenuck and his Hurricanes (5-0) managed to hold off Monument Mountain on the Spartans' home course.

Sniezek was the medalist with a 42, taking a two-stroke win over teammate Luc Trombley and a pair of Spartans (1-4).

Monument was led by Ben Shultis and freshman Brad Danyluk with matching 44s. Callan Hoff made his season debut for Monument with a 54.

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HOOSAC (183) — Henry Sniezek 42, Luc Trombley 44, Corben Craig 46, Justyn Cowell 51, Colby Rogeau 54, Zach Swistak 62.

MONUMENT (191) — Curt Wilton 50, Brady Whalen 50, Andrew Churchill 47, Brad Danyluk 44, Ben Shultis 44, Callan Hoff 54.

Birdies — HV: Sniezek No. 4, Trombley No. 5.

Volleyball

Mount Greylock 3, Taconic 0

WILLIAMSTOWN — Taconic improved with each set, but the Mounties held off the Braves again and again in a 3-0 sweep.

Mount Greylock took the match 25-18, 25-21 and 25-23.

"Taconic has a lot of strong servers who can also pressure you on offense," noted Greylock coach Greg Geyer in an email. "We are finding our stride and playing well at times. Our unforced errors are continuing to drop and the team is really being supportive of each other. Great night of Volleyball."

Jenyka Ostellino had four of those service aces for Taconic, and added nine digs. Kacie Chadwell finished with five kills and two aces, while Ava Sinopoli had two aces and four kills.

The Mounties got big performances from a pair of captains with Gabby Alvarez notching 18 assists and four digs, and Lucy Shepard leading the way with 11 kills and six aces. Takeira Darrow added eight kills, while Emma Hayward had 10 digs and four aces.

Pittsfield 3, Mount Anthony 1

PITTSFIELD — When things got tight for Pittsfield High in the fourth set against visiting Mount Anthony, coach Brian Lawton relied on a pair of veterans.

The Generals trailed 19-7, before senior Adam Quinto reeled off 10-straight service points to get his team back in it. Then, down 22-17, it was Sydney Herland's turn. The junior cranked for seven-straight points to bring it home for PHS by two.

The set scores were 25-18, 18-25, 25-17 and 25-23.

Marie Butler laid down 11 kills, while Emma King had five and added three blocks at the net. Hannah Wheeler dug out 10 balls for the Generals (2-2).

Wahconah 3, Monument Mountain 2

DALTON — The Spartans shook off an electric Wahconah service start and made a game of Monday's match with back-to-back victories to force a decisive fifth set.

The Warriors managed to bounce back, though, and hold off visiting Monument Mountain in front of their home crowd.

The set scores were 25-11, 25-14, 25-27, 20-25 and 15-12.

"Was a good, exciting match with many long rallies," wrote Wahconah coach Dave Lussier. "[We were] able to come back from being down 8-6 in the final set to get the win."

The Warriors (4-1) were led by Faith Wehner's 11 aces and 11 digs. Kassidy Krejmas was her usual dominant self at the net with 10 kills and three blocks, while Hannah Rose was all over the court with five aces, five kills and two blocks.

Elena Angerman paced the Spartans (1-3) with six aces to go with nine kills and eight digs. Cate Consolati had eight digs as well, and added four kills and two aces. Trinity Vincelette notched a pair of aces and four kills as well.

Goals — WT: Chepurin 2, Mosijchuk 2; MT: Sarah Fortini 3, Molly Boyer 2, Izzy LaCasse 2, Camryn Belisle, Dana Canales.

Assists — MT: LaCasse 2, Reva Whitman, Boyer, Canales.

Saves — WT: Carter 9; MT: Keira Lennon 13.

Belchertown 8, Hoosac Valley 2

CHESHIRE — Things got out of hand at Hoosac Valley after halftime.

The Hurricanes (1-1-0) survived the first half against a strong, fast and skilled Orioles squad, staying within striking distance thanks to a pair of goals by senior captains Riley Robinson and Grace Kronick. However, Belchertown won the second half 5-0, and took the contest going away.

Avery Klingensmith enjoyed her time in the Berkshires with two goals and two assists for the visitors.

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Belchertown     3     5     —     8

Hoosac Valley     2     0     —     2

Goals — B: Avery Klingensmith 2, Erin Lucas 2, Brooke Samborski, Sarah Sedlack, Hallie Floyd, Alexa Laflamme; HV: Riley Robinson, Grace Kronick.

Assists — B: Olivia Vogel 2, Klingensmith 2, Saylor Reed, Samborski; HV: Shaleigh Levesque.

Saves — B: Julia Jimenez 5; HV: Gabby Billetz 9, Emily Godfrey 3.

Longmeadow 7, Pittsfield 1

PITTSFIELD — The Generals took one on the chin Monday at home, as Longmeadow came to town and finished the game by scoring five unanswered goals.

The Lancers got three goals and an assist from Joe Cardaropoli to run away with one from Kirvin Park.

Luke Peplowski put away a PHS (1-3-0) goal in the 28th minute, drawing the Generals within 2-1, but Caradopoli tallied an insurance goal just four minutes later.

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Longmeadow     3     4     —     7

Pittsfield     1     0     —     1

First Half

L — Max Aveyard (Joe Cardaropoli), 9:00; L — Cardaropoli (unassisted), 19:00; P — Luke Peplowski (UA), 28:00; L — Cardaropoli (Jared Smith), 32:00.

Second Half

L — Andrew Healy (Billy Albano), 48:00; L — Cardaropoli (Mike Willis), 50:00; L — Willis (UA), 63:00; L — Owen Bradshaw (Jack Kelly), 72:00.

Saves — L: Billy Albano 3; P: Avi Snowise 7.

Golf

Lee 169, Taconic 183

PITTSFIELD — The Dylans dominated play on the front nine at Berkshire Hills Country Club on Monday.

Dylan Ely and Dylan Boomsma picked up one birdie each while shooting matching five-over 40s to share medalist honors in a win for the Wildcats (3-2).

Taconic (1-3) got a birdie and a 43 from Nate Murphy.

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LEE (169) — Dylan Boomsma 40, Camden Redstone 46, Adam Dingman 46, Dylan Ely 40, Colin Durkin 59.

TACONIC (183) — Nate Murphy 43, Seamus Hayes 44, Andrew King 50, Nick Slocik 50, Derek Wurtemburger 46, Matt Sottile 58.

Birdies — L: Boomsma No. 5, Ely No. 2; T: Murphy No. 8.

Hoosac Valley 183, Monument Mountain 191

GREAT BARRINGTON — Henry Sniezek birdied the tough fourth hole at Wyantenuck and his Hurricanes (5-0) managed to hold off Monument Mountain on the Spartans' home course.

Sniezek was the medalist with a 42, taking a two-stroke win over teammate Luc Trombley and a pair of Spartans (1-4).

Monument was led by Ben Shultis and freshman Brad Danyluk with matching 44s. Callan Hoff made his season debut for Monument with a 54.

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HOOSAC (183) — Henry Sniezek 42, Luc Trombley 44, Corben Craig 46, Justyn Cowell 51, Colby Rogeau 54, Zach Swistak 62.

MONUMENT (191) — Curt Wilton 50, Brady Whalen 50, Andrew Churchill 47, Brad Danyluk 44, Ben Shultis 44, Callan Hoff 54.

Birdies — HV: Sniezek No. 4, Trombley No. 5.

Volleyball

Mount Greylock 3, Taconic 0

WILLIAMSTOWN — Taconic improved with each set, but the Mounties held off the Braves again and again in a 3-0 sweep.

Mount Greylock took the match 25-18, 25-21 and 25-23.

"Taconic has a lot of strong servers who can also pressure you on offense," noted Greylock coach Greg Geyer in an email. "We are finding our stride and playing well at times. Our unforced errors are continuing to drop and the team is really being supportive of each other. Great night of Volleyball."

Jenyka Ostellino had four of those service aces for Taconic, and added nine digs. Kacie Chadwell finished with five kills and two aces, while Ava Sinopoli had two aces and four kills.

The Mounties got big performances from a pair of captains with Gabby Alvarez notching 18 assists and four digs, and Lucy Shepard leading the way with 11 kills and six aces. Takeira Darrow added eight kills, while Emma Hayward had 10 digs and four aces.

Pittsfield 3, Mount Anthony 1

PITTSFIELD — When things got tight for Pittsfield High in the fourth set against visiting Mount Anthony, coach Brian Lawton relied on a pair of veterans.

The Generals trailed 19-7, before senior Adam Quinto reeled off 10-straight service points to get his team back in it. Then, down 22-17, it was Sydney Herland's turn. The junior cranked for seven-straight points to bring it home for PHS by two.

The set scores were 25-18, 18-25, 25-17 and 25-23.

Marie Butler laid down 11 kills, while Emma King had five and added three blocks at the net. Hannah Wheeler dug out 10 balls for the Generals (2-2).

Wahconah 3, Monument Mountain 2

DALTON — The Spartans shook off an electric Wahconah service start and made a game of Monday's match with back-to-back victories to force a decisive fifth set.

The Warriors managed to bounce back, though, and hold off visiting Monument Mountain in front of their home crowd.

The set scores were 25-11, 25-14, 25-27, 20-25 and 15-12.

"Was a good, exciting match with many long rallies," wrote Wahconah coach Dave Lussier. "[We were] able to come back from being down 8-6 in the final set to get the win."

The Warriors (4-1) were led by Faith Wehner's 11 aces and 11 digs. Kassidy Krejmas was her usual dominant self at the net with 10 kills and three blocks, while Hannah Rose was all over the court with five aces, five kills and two blocks.

Elena Angerman paced the Spartans (1-3) with six aces to go with nine kills and eight digs. Cate Consolati had eight digs as well, and added four kills and two aces. Trinity Vincelette notched a pair of aces and four kills as well.

Hoosac Valley     2     0     —     2

Goals — B: Avery Klingensmith 2, Erin Lucas 2, Brooke Samborski, Sarah Sedlack, Hallie Floyd, Alexa Laflamme; HV: Riley Robinson, Grace Kronick.

Assists — B: Olivia Vogel 2, Klingensmith 2, Saylor Reed, Samborski; HV: Shaleigh Levesque.

Saves — B: Julia Jimenez 5; HV: Gabby Billetz 9, Emily Godfrey 3.

Longmeadow 7, Pittsfield 1

PITTSFIELD — The Generals took one on the chin Monday at home, as Longmeadow came to town and finished the game by scoring five unanswered goals.

The Lancers got three goals and an assist from Joe Cardaropoli to run away with one from Kirvin Park.

Luke Peplowski put away a PHS (1-3-0) goal in the 28th minute, drawing the Generals within 2-1, but Caradopoli tallied an insurance goal just four minutes later.

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Longmeadow     3     4     —     7

Pittsfield     1     0     —     1

First Half

L — Max Aveyard (Joe Cardaropoli), 9:00; L — Cardaropoli (unassisted), 19:00; P — Luke Peplowski (UA), 28:00; L — Cardaropoli (Jared Smith), 32:00.

Second Half

L — Andrew Healy (Billy Albano), 48:00; L — Cardaropoli (Mike Willis), 50:00; L — Willis (UA), 63:00; L — Owen Bradshaw (Jack Kelly), 72:00.

Saves — L: Billy Albano 3; P: Avi Snowise 7.

Golf

Lee 169, Taconic 183

PITTSFIELD — The Dylans dominated play on the front nine at Berkshire Hills Country Club on Monday.

Dylan Ely and Dylan Boomsma picked up one birdie each while shooting matching five-over 40s to share medalist honors in a win for the Wildcats (3-2).

Taconic (1-3) got a birdie and a 43 from Nate Murphy.

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LEE (169) — Dylan Boomsma 40, Camden Redstone 46, Adam Dingman 46, Dylan Ely 40, Colin Durkin 59.

TACONIC (183) — Nate Murphy 43, Seamus Hayes 44, Andrew King 50, Nick Slocik 50, Derek Wurtemburger 46, Matt Sottile 58.

Birdies — L: Boomsma No. 5, Ely No. 2; T: Murphy No. 8.

Hoosac Valley 183, Monument Mountain 191

GREAT BARRINGTON — Henry Sniezek birdied the tough fourth hole at Wyantenuck and his Hurricanes (5-0) managed to hold off Monument Mountain on the Spartans' home course.

Sniezek was the medalist with a 42, taking a two-stroke win over teammate Luc Trombley and a pair of Spartans (1-4).

Monument was led by Ben Shultis and freshman Brad Danyluk with matching 44s. Callan Hoff made his season debut for Monument with a 54.

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HOOSAC (183) — Henry Sniezek 42, Luc Trombley 44, Corben Craig 46, Justyn Cowell 51, Colby Rogeau 54, Zach Swistak 62.

MONUMENT (191) — Curt Wilton 50, Brady Whalen 50, Andrew Churchill 47, Brad Danyluk 44, Ben Shultis 44, Callan Hoff 54.

Birdies — HV: Sniezek No. 4, Trombley No. 5.

Volleyball

Mount Greylock 3, Taconic 0

WILLIAMSTOWN — Taconic improved with each set, but the Mounties held off the Braves again and again in a 3-0 sweep.

Mount Greylock took the match 25-18, 25-21 and 25-23.

"Taconic has a lot of strong servers who can also pressure you on offense," noted Greylock coach Greg Geyer in an email. "We are finding our stride and playing well at times. Our unforced errors are continuing to drop and the team is really being supportive of each other. Great night of Volleyball."

Jenyka Ostellino had four of those service aces for Taconic, and added nine digs. Kacie Chadwell finished with five kills and two aces, while Ava Sinopoli had two aces and four kills.

The Mounties got big performances from a pair of captains with Gabby Alvarez notching 18 assists and four digs, and Lucy Shepard leading the way with 11 kills and six aces. Takeira Darrow added eight kills, while Emma Hayward had 10 digs and four aces.

Pittsfield 3, Mount Anthony 1

PITTSFIELD — When things got tight for Pittsfield High in the fourth set against visiting Mount Anthony, coach Brian Lawton relied on a pair of veterans.

The Generals trailed 19-7, before senior Adam Quinto reeled off 10-straight service points to get his team back in it. Then, down 22-17, it was Sydney Herland's turn. The junior cranked for seven-straight points to bring it home for PHS by two.

The set scores were 25-18, 18-25, 25-17 and 25-23.

Marie Butler laid down 11 kills, while Emma King had five and added three blocks at the net. Hannah Wheeler dug out 10 balls for the Generals (2-2).

Wahconah 3, Monument Mountain 2

DALTON — The Spartans shook off an electric Wahconah service start and made a game of Monday's match with back-to-back victories to force a decisive fifth set.

The Warriors managed to bounce back, though, and hold off visiting Monument Mountain in front of their home crowd.

The set scores were 25-11, 25-14, 25-27, 20-25 and 15-12.

"Was a good, exciting match with many long rallies," wrote Wahconah coach Dave Lussier. "[We were] able to come back from being down 8-6 in the final set to get the win."

The Warriors (4-1) were led by Faith Wehner's 11 aces and 11 digs. Kassidy Krejmas was her usual dominant self at the net with 10 kills and three blocks, while Hannah Rose was all over the court with five aces, five kills and two blocks.

Elena Angerman paced the Spartans (1-3) with six aces to go with nine kills and eight digs. Cate Consolati had eight digs as well, and added four kills and two aces. Trinity Vincelette notched a pair of aces and four kills as well.

Goals — B: Avery Klingensmith 2, Erin Lucas 2, Brooke Samborski, Sarah Sedlack, Hallie Floyd, Alexa Laflamme; HV: Riley Robinson, Grace Kronick.

Assists — B: Olivia Vogel 2, Klingensmith 2, Saylor Reed, Samborski; HV: Shaleigh Levesque.

Saves — B: Julia Jimenez 5; HV: Gabby Billetz 9, Emily Godfrey 3.

Longmeadow 7, Pittsfield 1

PITTSFIELD — The Generals took one on the chin Monday at home, as Longmeadow came to town and finished the game by scoring five unanswered goals.

The Lancers got three goals and an assist from Joe Cardaropoli to run away with one from Kirvin Park.

Luke Peplowski put away a PHS (1-3-0) goal in the 28th minute, drawing the Generals within 2-1, but Caradopoli tallied an insurance goal just four minutes later.

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Longmeadow     3     4     —     7

Pittsfield     1     0     —     1

First Half

L — Max Aveyard (Joe Cardaropoli), 9:00; L — Cardaropoli (unassisted), 19:00; P — Luke Peplowski (UA), 28:00; L — Cardaropoli (Jared Smith), 32:00.

Second Half

L — Andrew Healy (Billy Albano), 48:00; L — Cardaropoli (Mike Willis), 50:00; L — Willis (UA), 63:00; L — Owen Bradshaw (Jack Kelly), 72:00.

Saves — L: Billy Albano 3; P: Avi Snowise 7.

Golf

Lee 169, Taconic 183

PITTSFIELD — The Dylans dominated play on the front nine at Berkshire Hills Country Club on Monday.

Dylan Ely and Dylan Boomsma picked up one birdie each while shooting matching five-over 40s to share medalist honors in a win for the Wildcats (3-2).

Taconic (1-3) got a birdie and a 43 from Nate Murphy.

———

LEE (169) — Dylan Boomsma 40, Camden Redstone 46, Adam Dingman 46, Dylan Ely 40, Colin Durkin 59.

TACONIC (183) — Nate Murphy 43, Seamus Hayes 44, Andrew King 50, Nick Slocik 50, Derek Wurtemburger 46, Matt Sottile 58.

Birdies — L: Boomsma No. 5, Ely No. 2; T: Murphy No. 8.

Hoosac Valley 183, Monument Mountain 191

GREAT BARRINGTON — Henry Sniezek birdied the tough fourth hole at Wyantenuck and his Hurricanes (5-0) managed to hold off Monument Mountain on the Spartans' home course.

Sniezek was the medalist with a 42, taking a two-stroke win over teammate Luc Trombley and a pair of Spartans (1-4).

Monument was led by Ben Shultis and freshman Brad Danyluk with matching 44s. Callan Hoff made his season debut for Monument with a 54.

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HOOSAC (183) — Henry Sniezek 42, Luc Trombley 44, Corben Craig 46, Justyn Cowell 51, Colby Rogeau 54, Zach Swistak 62.

MONUMENT (191) — Curt Wilton 50, Brady Whalen 50, Andrew Churchill 47, Brad Danyluk 44, Ben Shultis 44, Callan Hoff 54.

Birdies — HV: Sniezek No. 4, Trombley No. 5.

Volleyball

Mount Greylock 3, Taconic 0

WILLIAMSTOWN — Taconic improved with each set, but the Mounties held off the Braves again and again in a 3-0 sweep.

Mount Greylock took the match 25-18, 25-21 and 25-23.

"Taconic has a lot of strong servers who can also pressure you on offense," noted Greylock coach Greg Geyer in an email. "We are finding our stride and playing well at times. Our unforced errors are continuing to drop and the team is really being supportive of each other. Great night of Volleyball."

Jenyka Ostellino had four of those service aces for Taconic, and added nine digs. Kacie Chadwell finished with five kills and two aces, while Ava Sinopoli had two aces and four kills.

The Mounties got big performances from a pair of captains with Gabby Alvarez notching 18 assists and four digs, and Lucy Shepard leading the way with 11 kills and six aces. Takeira Darrow added eight kills, while Emma Hayward had 10 digs and four aces.

Pittsfield 3, Mount Anthony 1

PITTSFIELD — When things got tight for Pittsfield High in the fourth set against visiting Mount Anthony, coach Brian Lawton relied on a pair of veterans.

The Generals trailed 19-7, before senior Adam Quinto reeled off 10-straight service points to get his team back in it. Then, down 22-17, it was Sydney Herland's turn. The junior cranked for seven-straight points to bring it home for PHS by two.

The set scores were 25-18, 18-25, 25-17 and 25-23.

Marie Butler laid down 11 kills, while Emma King had five and added three blocks at the net. Hannah Wheeler dug out 10 balls for the Generals (2-2).

Wahconah 3, Monument Mountain 2

DALTON — The Spartans shook off an electric Wahconah service start and made a game of Monday's match with back-to-back victories to force a decisive fifth set.

The Warriors managed to bounce back, though, and hold off visiting Monument Mountain in front of their home crowd.

The set scores were 25-11, 25-14, 25-27, 20-25 and 15-12.

"Was a good, exciting match with many long rallies," wrote Wahconah coach Dave Lussier. "[We were] able to come back from being down 8-6 in the final set to get the win."

The Warriors (4-1) were led by Faith Wehner's 11 aces and 11 digs. Kassidy Krejmas was her usual dominant self at the net with 10 kills and three blocks, while Hannah Rose was all over the court with five aces, five kills and two blocks.

Elena Angerman paced the Spartans (1-3) with six aces to go with nine kills and eight digs. Cate Consolati had eight digs as well, and added four kills and two aces. Trinity Vincelette notched a pair of aces and four kills as well.

Pittsfield     1     0     —     1

First Half

L — Max Aveyard (Joe Cardaropoli), 9:00; L — Cardaropoli (unassisted), 19:00; P — Luke Peplowski (UA), 28:00; L — Cardaropoli (Jared Smith), 32:00.

Second Half

L — Andrew Healy (Billy Albano), 48:00; L — Cardaropoli (Mike Willis), 50:00; L — Willis (UA), 63:00; L — Owen Bradshaw (Jack Kelly), 72:00.

Saves — L: Billy Albano 3; P: Avi Snowise 7.

Golf

Lee 169, Taconic 183

PITTSFIELD — The Dylans dominated play on the front nine at Berkshire Hills Country Club on Monday.

Dylan Ely and Dylan Boomsma picked up one birdie each while shooting matching five-over 40s to share medalist honors in a win for the Wildcats (3-2).

Taconic (1-3) got a birdie and a 43 from Nate Murphy.

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LEE (169) — Dylan Boomsma 40, Camden Redstone 46, Adam Dingman 46, Dylan Ely 40, Colin Durkin 59.

TACONIC (183) — Nate Murphy 43, Seamus Hayes 44, Andrew King 50, Nick Slocik 50, Derek Wurtemburger 46, Matt Sottile 58.

Birdies — L: Boomsma No. 5, Ely No. 2; T: Murphy No. 8.

Hoosac Valley 183, Monument Mountain 191

GREAT BARRINGTON — Henry Sniezek birdied the tough fourth hole at Wyantenuck and his Hurricanes (5-0) managed to hold off Monument Mountain on the Spartans' home course.

Sniezek was the medalist with a 42, taking a two-stroke win over teammate Luc Trombley and a pair of Spartans (1-4).

Monument was led by Ben Shultis and freshman Brad Danyluk with matching 44s. Callan Hoff made his season debut for Monument with a 54.

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HOOSAC (183) — Henry Sniezek 42, Luc Trombley 44, Corben Craig 46, Justyn Cowell 51, Colby Rogeau 54, Zach Swistak 62.

MONUMENT (191) — Curt Wilton 50, Brady Whalen 50, Andrew Churchill 47, Brad Danyluk 44, Ben Shultis 44, Callan Hoff 54.

Birdies — HV: Sniezek No. 4, Trombley No. 5.

Volleyball

Mount Greylock 3, Taconic 0

WILLIAMSTOWN — Taconic improved with each set, but the Mounties held off the Braves again and again in a 3-0 sweep.

Mount Greylock took the match 25-18, 25-21 and 25-23.

"Taconic has a lot of strong servers who can also pressure you on offense," noted Greylock coach Greg Geyer in an email. "We are finding our stride and playing well at times. Our unforced errors are continuing to drop and the team is really being supportive of each other. Great night of Volleyball."

Jenyka Ostellino had four of those service aces for Taconic, and added nine digs. Kacie Chadwell finished with five kills and two aces, while Ava Sinopoli had two aces and four kills.

The Mounties got big performances from a pair of captains with Gabby Alvarez notching 18 assists and four digs, and Lucy Shepard leading the way with 11 kills and six aces. Takeira Darrow added eight kills, while Emma Hayward had 10 digs and four aces.

Pittsfield 3, Mount Anthony 1

PITTSFIELD — When things got tight for Pittsfield High in the fourth set against visiting Mount Anthony, coach Brian Lawton relied on a pair of veterans.

The Generals trailed 19-7, before senior Adam Quinto reeled off 10-straight service points to get his team back in it. Then, down 22-17, it was Sydney Herland's turn. The junior cranked for seven-straight points to bring it home for PHS by two.

The set scores were 25-18, 18-25, 25-17 and 25-23.

Marie Butler laid down 11 kills, while Emma King had five and added three blocks at the net. Hannah Wheeler dug out 10 balls for the Generals (2-2).

Wahconah 3, Monument Mountain 2

DALTON — The Spartans shook off an electric Wahconah service start and made a game of Monday's match with back-to-back victories to force a decisive fifth set.

The Warriors managed to bounce back, though, and hold off visiting Monument Mountain in front of their home crowd.

The set scores were 25-11, 25-14, 25-27, 20-25 and 15-12.

"Was a good, exciting match with many long rallies," wrote Wahconah coach Dave Lussier. "[We were] able to come back from being down 8-6 in the final set to get the win."

The Warriors (4-1) were led by Faith Wehner's 11 aces and 11 digs. Kassidy Krejmas was her usual dominant self at the net with 10 kills and three blocks, while Hannah Rose was all over the court with five aces, five kills and two blocks.

Elena Angerman paced the Spartans (1-3) with six aces to go with nine kills and eight digs. Cate Consolati had eight digs as well, and added four kills and two aces. Trinity Vincelette notched a pair of aces and four kills as well.

First Half

L — Max Aveyard (Joe Cardaropoli), 9:00; L — Cardaropoli (unassisted), 19:00; P — Luke Peplowski (UA), 28:00; L — Cardaropoli (Jared Smith), 32:00.

Second Half

L — Andrew Healy (Billy Albano), 48:00; L — Cardaropoli (Mike Willis), 50:00; L — Willis (UA), 63:00; L — Owen Bradshaw (Jack Kelly), 72:00.

Saves — L: Billy Albano 3; P: Avi Snowise 7.

Golf

Lee 169, Taconic 183

PITTSFIELD — The Dylans dominated play on the front nine at Berkshire Hills Country Club on Monday.

Dylan Ely and Dylan Boomsma picked up one birdie each while shooting matching five-over 40s to share medalist honors in a win for the Wildcats (3-2).

Taconic (1-3) got a birdie and a 43 from Nate Murphy.

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LEE (169) — Dylan Boomsma 40, Camden Redstone 46, Adam Dingman 46, Dylan Ely 40, Colin Durkin 59.

TACONIC (183) — Nate Murphy 43, Seamus Hayes 44, Andrew King 50, Nick Slocik 50, Derek Wurtemburger 46, Matt Sottile 58.

Birdies — L: Boomsma No. 5, Ely No. 2; T: Murphy No. 8.

Hoosac Valley 183, Monument Mountain 191

GREAT BARRINGTON — Henry Sniezek birdied the tough fourth hole at Wyantenuck and his Hurricanes (5-0) managed to hold off Monument Mountain on the Spartans' home course.

Sniezek was the medalist with a 42, taking a two-stroke win over teammate Luc Trombley and a pair of Spartans (1-4).

Monument was led by Ben Shultis and freshman Brad Danyluk with matching 44s. Callan Hoff made his season debut for Monument with a 54.

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HOOSAC (183) — Henry Sniezek 42, Luc Trombley 44, Corben Craig 46, Justyn Cowell 51, Colby Rogeau 54, Zach Swistak 62.

MONUMENT (191) — Curt Wilton 50, Brady Whalen 50, Andrew Churchill 47, Brad Danyluk 44, Ben Shultis 44, Callan Hoff 54.

Birdies — HV: Sniezek No. 4, Trombley No. 5.

Volleyball

Mount Greylock 3, Taconic 0

WILLIAMSTOWN — Taconic improved with each set, but the Mounties held off the Braves again and again in a 3-0 sweep.

Mount Greylock took the match 25-18, 25-21 and 25-23.

"Taconic has a lot of strong servers who can also pressure you on offense," noted Greylock coach Greg Geyer in an email. "We are finding our stride and playing well at times. Our unforced errors are continuing to drop and the team is really being supportive of each other. Great night of Volleyball."

Jenyka Ostellino had four of those service aces for Taconic, and added nine digs. Kacie Chadwell finished with five kills and two aces, while Ava Sinopoli had two aces and four kills.

The Mounties got big performances from a pair of captains with Gabby Alvarez notching 18 assists and four digs, and Lucy Shepard leading the way with 11 kills and six aces. Takeira Darrow added eight kills, while Emma Hayward had 10 digs and four aces.

Pittsfield 3, Mount Anthony 1

PITTSFIELD — When things got tight for Pittsfield High in the fourth set against visiting Mount Anthony, coach Brian Lawton relied on a pair of veterans.

The Generals trailed 19-7, before senior Adam Quinto reeled off 10-straight service points to get his team back in it. Then, down 22-17, it was Sydney Herland's turn. The junior cranked for seven-straight points to bring it home for PHS by two.

The set scores were 25-18, 18-25, 25-17 and 25-23.

Marie Butler laid down 11 kills, while Emma King had five and added three blocks at the net. Hannah Wheeler dug out 10 balls for the Generals (2-2).

Wahconah 3, Monument Mountain 2

DALTON — The Spartans shook off an electric Wahconah service start and made a game of Monday's match with back-to-back victories to force a decisive fifth set.

The Warriors managed to bounce back, though, and hold off visiting Monument Mountain in front of their home crowd.

The set scores were 25-11, 25-14, 25-27, 20-25 and 15-12.

"Was a good, exciting match with many long rallies," wrote Wahconah coach Dave Lussier. "[We were] able to come back from being down 8-6 in the final set to get the win."

The Warriors (4-1) were led by Faith Wehner's 11 aces and 11 digs. Kassidy Krejmas was her usual dominant self at the net with 10 kills and three blocks, while Hannah Rose was all over the court with five aces, five kills and two blocks.

Elena Angerman paced the Spartans (1-3) with six aces to go with nine kills and eight digs. Cate Consolati had eight digs as well, and added four kills and two aces. Trinity Vincelette notched a pair of aces and four kills as well.


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