Roundup: Mount Greylock girls soccer nets two in second half to take down Pittsfield

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WILLIAMSTOWN — The Mount Greylock girls soccer team gave up a goal midway through the first half and found itself in a halftime tie with visiting Pittsfield. The second half, however, was another story.

Lily Lesieur scored on the rebound of a free kick to break the tie and kick start the Mounties in a 3-1 win over the Generals at John T. Allen Field. The win improved the Mounties' season-opening record to 2-0.

Jane Skavlem's free kick hit off the crossbar over the head of Pittsfield goalkeeper Lex Swanson. Lesieur was right there to bang home the rebound in the 50th minute. Madison Ross got an insurance goal with just over 10 minutes remaining.

"We were a little one-dimensional in the first half," Greylock coach Tom Ostheimer said. "We tried to build play up in the final third of the field in the second half."

Senior Anna Welch got Greylock's first goal. It was Welch's first varsity tally.

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Pittsfield     1     0     —     1

Mount Greylock     1     2     —     3

First Half

MG — Anna Welch (unassisted), 4:16. P — Sadie Tierney (UA), 19:25.

Second Half

MG — Lily Lesieur (Jane Skavlem), 49:58. MG — Madison Ross (Clara McWeeny), 69:55.

Saves — P: Lex Swanson 13. MG: Delaney Babcock 9.

Lenox 2, Mount Everett 0

SHEFFIELD — Solia Herndon-Schmid opened the scoring for Lenox in the first half against Mount Everett Thursday, then Aliza Munch tallied a second-half insurance goal as the Millionaires improved to 2-0.

Herndon-Schmid's goal came on an assist from Erin Czelusniak in the 12th minute. Munch's second-half goal came in the 67th minute.

"Lenox possessed the ball really well controlling most of the first half," Mount Everett coach Josh King said in an email. "We were able to get some counter attacks in the middle of the first half. Had some really good chances to convert just couldn't finish. Both teams played a well paced game and in the end Lenox had too much depth."

Sophie Patella made five saves in goal for Lenox to get the clean sheet, while Emma Goewey had 15 saves in the loss.

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Lenox     1     1     —     2

Everett     0     0     —     0

First Half

L — Solia Herndon-Schmid (Erin Czelusniak), 11:39.

Second Half

L — Aliza Munch (unassisted), 66:43.

Saves — L: Sophie Patella 5. ME: Emma Goewey 15.

Lee 3, Taconic 2

LEE — Caroline Maloney's third goal of the game broke a tie and gave the Wildcats a win in their season opener.

Maloney scored two goals in the first half, and got her game-winner in the 71st minute.

Kendra Buda scored a goal for Taconic (0-2), and the Braves got the second on an own goal.

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Taconic     2     0     —     2

Lee     2     1     —     3

First Half

T — Kendra Buda (Taea Bramer), 1:49. L — Caroline Maloney (Maeve Finnegan), 12:21. L Maloney (Carina Brown) 28:35. T — Own goal, 37:50.

Second Half

L Maloney (Ari Hall), 73:57.

Saves — T: Leeyia Hoose 6. L: Bella Lovato 8.

McCann Tech 5, Sci-Tech 2

SPRINGFIELD — The Hornets opened their season with a resounding win over host Sci-Tech. Molly Boyer netted her first varsity goal in the win, while Izzy LaCasse had two goals and two assists.

Savanah Reynolds and Kiera Lennon split time in goal, with Reynolds making five saves while Lennon made five as well.

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McCann     3     2     —     5

Sci-Tech     1     1     —     2

Goals — MT (Izzy LaCasse 2, Dana Canales, Sarah Fortini, Molly Boyer). ST (Gabriela Perez-Ortiz, Skyy Brown).

Assists — MT (LaCasse 2, Camryn Belisle, Canales, Fortini).

Saves — MT (Savanah Reynolds 5, Kiera Lennon 5). ST (Emilie Goodrow 12).

High School Golf

Monument Mountain 177, Mount Everett 179

GREAT BARRINGTON — What a difference a day makes.

Host Monument Mountain (1-1) cut 31 strokes from its opening-day score, as the Spartans beat Mount Everett 177-179.

Monument shot 208 in its opener which was also on the Spartans' home course at Wyantenuck Country Club.

"They worked pretty hard after the Taconic match," Monument coach Ed Locke said, "and it's paying off."

Curt Wilton was medalist, shooting a 4-over-par 40. Wilton, who birdied the par-3 second hole, cut 15 strokes off his score in the opening match.

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MOUNT EVERETT (179) — Cooper Rothvoss 49, Colby Stevens 45, Jack Seward-Dailey 43, Spencer Broderick 42, Kyle LaRose 61, Tucker Wilkinson 54.

MONUMENT MOUNTAIN (177) — Brady Whalen 45, Andrew Churchill 45, Curt Wilton 40, Shea Hall 47, Ben Shultis 51, Noah Kisiel 51.

Birdies — Stevens, No. 8; Broderick, No. 10; Whalen, No. 8, Wilton, No. 2.

Wahconah 179, Lee 193

LEE — The Warriors improved to 2-0 on the young season by putting four golfers within four shots of each other. Dan Wilson was the medalist with a 42, while Emily Figiela shot a 45 for Wahconah. The match was played at Greenock Country Club.

Lee (0-1) was led by Adam Dingman, who shot a 44.

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WAHCONAH (179) — Dan Wilson 42, Kristina Cusson 52, Pat McLaughlin 48, Emily Figiela 45, Mike Cullett 46, Caden Frazier 46.

LEE (193) — Dylan Boomsma 49, Camden Redstone 50, Adam Dingman 44, Caleb Kollmer 50, Dylan Ely 51, Mason Mihlek 50.

Mount Greylock 173, Taconic 199

WILLIAMSTOWN — Playing the back 9 at Waubeeka, four Greylock golfers scored within three strokes of each other to pull out the team win over the visiting Braves.

Greylock (1-1) was led by Ben Prescott, who shot a 41. Alexander Axt, Brayden Smith and Owen Petropulos each shot 44s. Axt had a birdie on No. 10.

For Taconic (1-1), Nate Murphy was the medalist with a 40, and made a birdie on No. 15. Derek Wurtemberger had a birdie on No. 14.

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TACONIC (199) — Nate Murphy 40, Seamus Hayes 59, Andrew King 53, Nick Slozik 51, James Kastrinakis 67, Derek Wurtemberger 55.

MOUNT GREYLOCK (173) — Alexander Axt 44, Brayden Smith 44, Owen Petropulos 44, Ben Prescott 41, Paul Roeder 46, Cayden Conry 53.

Birdies — Axt No. 10; Murphy No. 15; Wurtemberger No. 14.

McCann Tech 17, Westfield Tech 7

ADAMS — At Forest Park, McCann Tech's Ryan Baran was medalist, shooting 6-over-par 40 and helping the Hornets pick up a win in their season opener.

"There was a great energy on the course, and our players saw their time in practice yield favorable results," Hornets coach Chris Carr wrote in an email.

The Hornets won the first four matchups to claim victory.

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McCann 17, Westfield Tech 7

MT: Ryan Baran (40) def. Dave Romani (47) 4-0.

MT: Nash Morin (48) def. Trent Adam (60) 4-0.

MT: Chris Rose (42) def. Jake Collier (54), 4-0.

MT: Dylynn Hardee (42) def. Riley Sullivan (54) 4-0.

WT: Nick Moran (50) def. Keaton West (53) 4-0.

WT: Hunter Loomis (56) def. Brenden Scott (57) 3-1.

High School Volleyball

Mount Everett 3, Mount Anthony 1

BENNINGTON, Vt. — Visiting Mount Everett lost the first set, but rallied to storm past Mount Anthony 3-1. The set scores were 18-25, 25-14, 25-18, 26-24.

Lizzy Sarnacki had six aces, seven kills, three blocks and 12 digs for the Eagles. The Atwood sisters combined for 12 aces. Ashley, a senior, had six aces, three kills and 11 digs, while Alexis, a freshman, had six aces. Faith Angell had three digs, eight kills and an ace.

Chicopee Comp 3, Taconic 0

PITTSFIELD — The Braves opened their season with a straight-sets loss to the Colts. The set scores were 25-17, 25-10 and 25-19.

Ava Sinopoli had six aces and two digs in the loss, while Lisi Conroy had seven digs, a block and an ace while Kasie Chadwell finished with four kills.

For Chicopee Comp, Raquel Terrazas had four digs and seven aces, while Kassandra Guerro had 11 kills and five digs.

Lenox 3, Wahconah 1

LENOX — The Millionaires held off the visiting Warriors with close sets throughout, winning by scores of 25-18, 25-27, 25-21 and 27-25.

"Overall it was a really close match," Lenox coach Bessena Cabe said. "I think we played really well, we just have a few errors that we have to go back to the practice gym and work on."

Danielle Miller had six digs, four kills and three aces in the win for Lenox (2-0), while Kayanna Black had 12 kills, eight digs, four aces and three blocks. Mia Giardina added eight kills, five digs, two blocks and two aces.

For Wahconah (1-1), Carly Bazonski had 12 assists, nine blocks and four kills, while Gabrielle Frydel had seven digs and four kills, and Faith Wehner had 15 digs and five aces.Mount Greylock 3, Monument Mountain 0

GREAT BARRINGTON — With four new starters taking the court, the Mounties (1-0) started the season with a sweep at Monument Mountain (0-1). Libero Emma Hayward provided 17 digs for Greylock and Takeira Darrow, who played on the back row for the first time on the varsity level, added 11 digs, six aces and eight kills. Gabby Alvarez, one of Greylock's senior captains, recorded 23 assists. Fellow senior captain Lucy Shepard added three aces, eight kills, and nine digs to the stat sheet.

"Monument Mountain kept coming back in every set, had some great offense and strong defense," Mount Greylock coach Greg Geyer wrote in an email. "It was really great to watch both sides battle through the long rallies."

Elena Angerman had seven digs, eight kills, two blocks and an assist in the loss. Brianna Ayala had 15 assists and six digs, while Abby Wade finished with nine digs and four kills.

Mount Greylock     1     2     —     3

First Half

MG — Anna Welch (unassisted), 4:16. P — Sadie Tierney (UA), 19:25.

Second Half

MG — Lily Lesieur (Jane Skavlem), 49:58. MG — Madison Ross (Clara McWeeny), 69:55.

Saves — P: Lex Swanson 13. MG: Delaney Babcock 9.

Lenox 2, Mount Everett 0

SHEFFIELD — Solia Herndon-Schmid opened the scoring for Lenox in the first half against Mount Everett Thursday, then Aliza Munch tallied a second-half insurance goal as the Millionaires improved to 2-0.

Herndon-Schmid's goal came on an assist from Erin Czelusniak in the 12th minute. Munch's second-half goal came in the 67th minute.

"Lenox possessed the ball really well controlling most of the first half," Mount Everett coach Josh King said in an email. "We were able to get some counter attacks in the middle of the first half. Had some really good chances to convert just couldn't finish. Both teams played a well paced game and in the end Lenox had too much depth."

Sophie Patella made five saves in goal for Lenox to get the clean sheet, while Emma Goewey had 15 saves in the loss.

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Lenox     1     1     —     2

Everett     0     0     —     0

First Half

L — Solia Herndon-Schmid (Erin Czelusniak), 11:39.

Second Half

L — Aliza Munch (unassisted), 66:43.

Saves — L: Sophie Patella 5. ME: Emma Goewey 15.

Lee 3, Taconic 2

LEE — Caroline Maloney's third goal of the game broke a tie and gave the Wildcats a win in their season opener.

Maloney scored two goals in the first half, and got her game-winner in the 71st minute.

Kendra Buda scored a goal for Taconic (0-2), and the Braves got the second on an own goal.

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Taconic     2     0     —     2

Lee     2     1     —     3

First Half

T — Kendra Buda (Taea Bramer), 1:49. L — Caroline Maloney (Maeve Finnegan), 12:21. L Maloney (Carina Brown) 28:35. T — Own goal, 37:50.

Second Half

L Maloney (Ari Hall), 73:57.

Saves — T: Leeyia Hoose 6. L: Bella Lovato 8.

McCann Tech 5, Sci-Tech 2

SPRINGFIELD — The Hornets opened their season with a resounding win over host Sci-Tech. Molly Boyer netted her first varsity goal in the win, while Izzy LaCasse had two goals and two assists.

Savanah Reynolds and Kiera Lennon split time in goal, with Reynolds making five saves while Lennon made five as well.

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McCann     3     2     —     5

Sci-Tech     1     1     —     2

Goals — MT (Izzy LaCasse 2, Dana Canales, Sarah Fortini, Molly Boyer). ST (Gabriela Perez-Ortiz, Skyy Brown).

Assists — MT (LaCasse 2, Camryn Belisle, Canales, Fortini).

Saves — MT (Savanah Reynolds 5, Kiera Lennon 5). ST (Emilie Goodrow 12).

High School Golf

Monument Mountain 177, Mount Everett 179

GREAT BARRINGTON — What a difference a day makes.

Host Monument Mountain (1-1) cut 31 strokes from its opening-day score, as the Spartans beat Mount Everett 177-179.

Monument shot 208 in its opener which was also on the Spartans' home course at Wyantenuck Country Club.

"They worked pretty hard after the Taconic match," Monument coach Ed Locke said, "and it's paying off."

Curt Wilton was medalist, shooting a 4-over-par 40. Wilton, who birdied the par-3 second hole, cut 15 strokes off his score in the opening match.

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MOUNT EVERETT (179) — Cooper Rothvoss 49, Colby Stevens 45, Jack Seward-Dailey 43, Spencer Broderick 42, Kyle LaRose 61, Tucker Wilkinson 54.

MONUMENT MOUNTAIN (177) — Brady Whalen 45, Andrew Churchill 45, Curt Wilton 40, Shea Hall 47, Ben Shultis 51, Noah Kisiel 51.

Birdies — Stevens, No. 8; Broderick, No. 10; Whalen, No. 8, Wilton, No. 2.

Wahconah 179, Lee 193

LEE — The Warriors improved to 2-0 on the young season by putting four golfers within four shots of each other. Dan Wilson was the medalist with a 42, while Emily Figiela shot a 45 for Wahconah. The match was played at Greenock Country Club.

Lee (0-1) was led by Adam Dingman, who shot a 44.

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WAHCONAH (179) — Dan Wilson 42, Kristina Cusson 52, Pat McLaughlin 48, Emily Figiela 45, Mike Cullett 46, Caden Frazier 46.

LEE (193) — Dylan Boomsma 49, Camden Redstone 50, Adam Dingman 44, Caleb Kollmer 50, Dylan Ely 51, Mason Mihlek 50.

Mount Greylock 173, Taconic 199

WILLIAMSTOWN — Playing the back 9 at Waubeeka, four Greylock golfers scored within three strokes of each other to pull out the team win over the visiting Braves.

Greylock (1-1) was led by Ben Prescott, who shot a 41. Alexander Axt, Brayden Smith and Owen Petropulos each shot 44s. Axt had a birdie on No. 10.

For Taconic (1-1), Nate Murphy was the medalist with a 40, and made a birdie on No. 15. Derek Wurtemberger had a birdie on No. 14.

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TACONIC (199) — Nate Murphy 40, Seamus Hayes 59, Andrew King 53, Nick Slozik 51, James Kastrinakis 67, Derek Wurtemberger 55.

MOUNT GREYLOCK (173) — Alexander Axt 44, Brayden Smith 44, Owen Petropulos 44, Ben Prescott 41, Paul Roeder 46, Cayden Conry 53.

Birdies — Axt No. 10; Murphy No. 15; Wurtemberger No. 14.

McCann Tech 17, Westfield Tech 7

ADAMS — At Forest Park, McCann Tech's Ryan Baran was medalist, shooting 6-over-par 40 and helping the Hornets pick up a win in their season opener.

"There was a great energy on the course, and our players saw their time in practice yield favorable results," Hornets coach Chris Carr wrote in an email.

The Hornets won the first four matchups to claim victory.

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McCann 17, Westfield Tech 7

MT: Ryan Baran (40) def. Dave Romani (47) 4-0.

MT: Nash Morin (48) def. Trent Adam (60) 4-0.

MT: Chris Rose (42) def. Jake Collier (54), 4-0.

MT: Dylynn Hardee (42) def. Riley Sullivan (54) 4-0.

WT: Nick Moran (50) def. Keaton West (53) 4-0.

WT: Hunter Loomis (56) def. Brenden Scott (57) 3-1.

High School Volleyball

Mount Everett 3, Mount Anthony 1

BENNINGTON, Vt. — Visiting Mount Everett lost the first set, but rallied to storm past Mount Anthony 3-1. The set scores were 18-25, 25-14, 25-18, 26-24.

Lizzy Sarnacki had six aces, seven kills, three blocks and 12 digs for the Eagles. The Atwood sisters combined for 12 aces. Ashley, a senior, had six aces, three kills and 11 digs, while Alexis, a freshman, had six aces. Faith Angell had three digs, eight kills and an ace.

Chicopee Comp 3, Taconic 0

PITTSFIELD — The Braves opened their season with a straight-sets loss to the Colts. The set scores were 25-17, 25-10 and 25-19.

Ava Sinopoli had six aces and two digs in the loss, while Lisi Conroy had seven digs, a block and an ace while Kasie Chadwell finished with four kills.

For Chicopee Comp, Raquel Terrazas had four digs and seven aces, while Kassandra Guerro had 11 kills and five digs.

Lenox 3, Wahconah 1

LENOX — The Millionaires held off the visiting Warriors with close sets throughout, winning by scores of 25-18, 25-27, 25-21 and 27-25.

"Overall it was a really close match," Lenox coach Bessena Cabe said. "I think we played really well, we just have a few errors that we have to go back to the practice gym and work on."

Danielle Miller had six digs, four kills and three aces in the win for Lenox (2-0), while Kayanna Black had 12 kills, eight digs, four aces and three blocks. Mia Giardina added eight kills, five digs, two blocks and two aces.

For Wahconah (1-1), Carly Bazonski had 12 assists, nine blocks and four kills, while Gabrielle Frydel had seven digs and four kills, and Faith Wehner had 15 digs and five aces.Mount Greylock 3, Monument Mountain 0

GREAT BARRINGTON — With four new starters taking the court, the Mounties (1-0) started the season with a sweep at Monument Mountain (0-1). Libero Emma Hayward provided 17 digs for Greylock and Takeira Darrow, who played on the back row for the first time on the varsity level, added 11 digs, six aces and eight kills. Gabby Alvarez, one of Greylock's senior captains, recorded 23 assists. Fellow senior captain Lucy Shepard added three aces, eight kills, and nine digs to the stat sheet.

"Monument Mountain kept coming back in every set, had some great offense and strong defense," Mount Greylock coach Greg Geyer wrote in an email. "It was really great to watch both sides battle through the long rallies."

Elena Angerman had seven digs, eight kills, two blocks and an assist in the loss. Brianna Ayala had 15 assists and six digs, while Abby Wade finished with nine digs and four kills.

First Half

MG — Anna Welch (unassisted), 4:16. P — Sadie Tierney (UA), 19:25.

Second Half

MG — Lily Lesieur (Jane Skavlem), 49:58. MG — Madison Ross (Clara McWeeny), 69:55.

Saves — P: Lex Swanson 13. MG: Delaney Babcock 9.

Lenox 2, Mount Everett 0

SHEFFIELD — Solia Herndon-Schmid opened the scoring for Lenox in the first half against Mount Everett Thursday, then Aliza Munch tallied a second-half insurance goal as the Millionaires improved to 2-0.

Herndon-Schmid's goal came on an assist from Erin Czelusniak in the 12th minute. Munch's second-half goal came in the 67th minute.

"Lenox possessed the ball really well controlling most of the first half," Mount Everett coach Josh King said in an email. "We were able to get some counter attacks in the middle of the first half. Had some really good chances to convert just couldn't finish. Both teams played a well paced game and in the end Lenox had too much depth."

Sophie Patella made five saves in goal for Lenox to get the clean sheet, while Emma Goewey had 15 saves in the loss.

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Lenox     1     1     —     2

Everett     0     0     —     0

First Half

L — Solia Herndon-Schmid (Erin Czelusniak), 11:39.

Second Half

L — Aliza Munch (unassisted), 66:43.

Saves — L: Sophie Patella 5. ME: Emma Goewey 15.

Lee 3, Taconic 2

LEE — Caroline Maloney's third goal of the game broke a tie and gave the Wildcats a win in their season opener.

Maloney scored two goals in the first half, and got her game-winner in the 71st minute.

Kendra Buda scored a goal for Taconic (0-2), and the Braves got the second on an own goal.

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Taconic     2     0     —     2

Lee     2     1     —     3

First Half

T — Kendra Buda (Taea Bramer), 1:49. L — Caroline Maloney (Maeve Finnegan), 12:21. L Maloney (Carina Brown) 28:35. T — Own goal, 37:50.

Second Half

L Maloney (Ari Hall), 73:57.

Saves — T: Leeyia Hoose 6. L: Bella Lovato 8.

McCann Tech 5, Sci-Tech 2

SPRINGFIELD — The Hornets opened their season with a resounding win over host Sci-Tech. Molly Boyer netted her first varsity goal in the win, while Izzy LaCasse had two goals and two assists.

Savanah Reynolds and Kiera Lennon split time in goal, with Reynolds making five saves while Lennon made five as well.

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McCann     3     2     —     5

Sci-Tech     1     1     —     2

Goals — MT (Izzy LaCasse 2, Dana Canales, Sarah Fortini, Molly Boyer). ST (Gabriela Perez-Ortiz, Skyy Brown).

Assists — MT (LaCasse 2, Camryn Belisle, Canales, Fortini).

Saves — MT (Savanah Reynolds 5, Kiera Lennon 5). ST (Emilie Goodrow 12).

High School Golf

Monument Mountain 177, Mount Everett 179

GREAT BARRINGTON — What a difference a day makes.

Host Monument Mountain (1-1) cut 31 strokes from its opening-day score, as the Spartans beat Mount Everett 177-179.

Monument shot 208 in its opener which was also on the Spartans' home course at Wyantenuck Country Club.

"They worked pretty hard after the Taconic match," Monument coach Ed Locke said, "and it's paying off."

Curt Wilton was medalist, shooting a 4-over-par 40. Wilton, who birdied the par-3 second hole, cut 15 strokes off his score in the opening match.

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MOUNT EVERETT (179) — Cooper Rothvoss 49, Colby Stevens 45, Jack Seward-Dailey 43, Spencer Broderick 42, Kyle LaRose 61, Tucker Wilkinson 54.

MONUMENT MOUNTAIN (177) — Brady Whalen 45, Andrew Churchill 45, Curt Wilton 40, Shea Hall 47, Ben Shultis 51, Noah Kisiel 51.

Birdies — Stevens, No. 8; Broderick, No. 10; Whalen, No. 8, Wilton, No. 2.

Wahconah 179, Lee 193

LEE — The Warriors improved to 2-0 on the young season by putting four golfers within four shots of each other. Dan Wilson was the medalist with a 42, while Emily Figiela shot a 45 for Wahconah. The match was played at Greenock Country Club.

Lee (0-1) was led by Adam Dingman, who shot a 44.

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WAHCONAH (179) — Dan Wilson 42, Kristina Cusson 52, Pat McLaughlin 48, Emily Figiela 45, Mike Cullett 46, Caden Frazier 46.

LEE (193) — Dylan Boomsma 49, Camden Redstone 50, Adam Dingman 44, Caleb Kollmer 50, Dylan Ely 51, Mason Mihlek 50.

Mount Greylock 173, Taconic 199

WILLIAMSTOWN — Playing the back 9 at Waubeeka, four Greylock golfers scored within three strokes of each other to pull out the team win over the visiting Braves.

Greylock (1-1) was led by Ben Prescott, who shot a 41. Alexander Axt, Brayden Smith and Owen Petropulos each shot 44s. Axt had a birdie on No. 10.

For Taconic (1-1), Nate Murphy was the medalist with a 40, and made a birdie on No. 15. Derek Wurtemberger had a birdie on No. 14.

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TACONIC (199) — Nate Murphy 40, Seamus Hayes 59, Andrew King 53, Nick Slozik 51, James Kastrinakis 67, Derek Wurtemberger 55.

MOUNT GREYLOCK (173) — Alexander Axt 44, Brayden Smith 44, Owen Petropulos 44, Ben Prescott 41, Paul Roeder 46, Cayden Conry 53.

Birdies — Axt No. 10; Murphy No. 15; Wurtemberger No. 14.

McCann Tech 17, Westfield Tech 7

ADAMS — At Forest Park, McCann Tech's Ryan Baran was medalist, shooting 6-over-par 40 and helping the Hornets pick up a win in their season opener.

"There was a great energy on the course, and our players saw their time in practice yield favorable results," Hornets coach Chris Carr wrote in an email.

The Hornets won the first four matchups to claim victory.

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McCann 17, Westfield Tech 7

MT: Ryan Baran (40) def. Dave Romani (47) 4-0.

MT: Nash Morin (48) def. Trent Adam (60) 4-0.

MT: Chris Rose (42) def. Jake Collier (54), 4-0.

MT: Dylynn Hardee (42) def. Riley Sullivan (54) 4-0.

WT: Nick Moran (50) def. Keaton West (53) 4-0.

WT: Hunter Loomis (56) def. Brenden Scott (57) 3-1.

High School Volleyball

Mount Everett 3, Mount Anthony 1

BENNINGTON, Vt. — Visiting Mount Everett lost the first set, but rallied to storm past Mount Anthony 3-1. The set scores were 18-25, 25-14, 25-18, 26-24.

Lizzy Sarnacki had six aces, seven kills, three blocks and 12 digs for the Eagles. The Atwood sisters combined for 12 aces. Ashley, a senior, had six aces, three kills and 11 digs, while Alexis, a freshman, had six aces. Faith Angell had three digs, eight kills and an ace.

Chicopee Comp 3, Taconic 0

PITTSFIELD — The Braves opened their season with a straight-sets loss to the Colts. The set scores were 25-17, 25-10 and 25-19.

Ava Sinopoli had six aces and two digs in the loss, while Lisi Conroy had seven digs, a block and an ace while Kasie Chadwell finished with four kills.

For Chicopee Comp, Raquel Terrazas had four digs and seven aces, while Kassandra Guerro had 11 kills and five digs.

Lenox 3, Wahconah 1

LENOX — The Millionaires held off the visiting Warriors with close sets throughout, winning by scores of 25-18, 25-27, 25-21 and 27-25.

"Overall it was a really close match," Lenox coach Bessena Cabe said. "I think we played really well, we just have a few errors that we have to go back to the practice gym and work on."

Danielle Miller had six digs, four kills and three aces in the win for Lenox (2-0), while Kayanna Black had 12 kills, eight digs, four aces and three blocks. Mia Giardina added eight kills, five digs, two blocks and two aces.

For Wahconah (1-1), Carly Bazonski had 12 assists, nine blocks and four kills, while Gabrielle Frydel had seven digs and four kills, and Faith Wehner had 15 digs and five aces.Mount Greylock 3, Monument Mountain 0

GREAT BARRINGTON — With four new starters taking the court, the Mounties (1-0) started the season with a sweep at Monument Mountain (0-1). Libero Emma Hayward provided 17 digs for Greylock and Takeira Darrow, who played on the back row for the first time on the varsity level, added 11 digs, six aces and eight kills. Gabby Alvarez, one of Greylock's senior captains, recorded 23 assists. Fellow senior captain Lucy Shepard added three aces, eight kills, and nine digs to the stat sheet.

"Monument Mountain kept coming back in every set, had some great offense and strong defense," Mount Greylock coach Greg Geyer wrote in an email. "It was really great to watch both sides battle through the long rallies."

Elena Angerman had seven digs, eight kills, two blocks and an assist in the loss. Brianna Ayala had 15 assists and six digs, while Abby Wade finished with nine digs and four kills.

Everett     0     0     —     0

First Half

L — Solia Herndon-Schmid (Erin Czelusniak), 11:39.

Second Half

L — Aliza Munch (unassisted), 66:43.

Saves — L: Sophie Patella 5. ME: Emma Goewey 15.

Lee 3, Taconic 2

LEE — Caroline Maloney's third goal of the game broke a tie and gave the Wildcats a win in their season opener.

Maloney scored two goals in the first half, and got her game-winner in the 71st minute.

Kendra Buda scored a goal for Taconic (0-2), and the Braves got the second on an own goal.

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Taconic     2     0     —     2

Lee     2     1     —     3

First Half

T — Kendra Buda (Taea Bramer), 1:49. L — Caroline Maloney (Maeve Finnegan), 12:21. L Maloney (Carina Brown) 28:35. T — Own goal, 37:50.

Second Half

L Maloney (Ari Hall), 73:57.

Saves — T: Leeyia Hoose 6. L: Bella Lovato 8.

McCann Tech 5, Sci-Tech 2

SPRINGFIELD — The Hornets opened their season with a resounding win over host Sci-Tech. Molly Boyer netted her first varsity goal in the win, while Izzy LaCasse had two goals and two assists.

Savanah Reynolds and Kiera Lennon split time in goal, with Reynolds making five saves while Lennon made five as well.

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McCann     3     2     —     5

Sci-Tech     1     1     —     2

Goals — MT (Izzy LaCasse 2, Dana Canales, Sarah Fortini, Molly Boyer). ST (Gabriela Perez-Ortiz, Skyy Brown).

Assists — MT (LaCasse 2, Camryn Belisle, Canales, Fortini).

Saves — MT (Savanah Reynolds 5, Kiera Lennon 5). ST (Emilie Goodrow 12).

High School Golf

Monument Mountain 177, Mount Everett 179

GREAT BARRINGTON — What a difference a day makes.

Host Monument Mountain (1-1) cut 31 strokes from its opening-day score, as the Spartans beat Mount Everett 177-179.

Monument shot 208 in its opener which was also on the Spartans' home course at Wyantenuck Country Club.

"They worked pretty hard after the Taconic match," Monument coach Ed Locke said, "and it's paying off."

Curt Wilton was medalist, shooting a 4-over-par 40. Wilton, who birdied the par-3 second hole, cut 15 strokes off his score in the opening match.

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MOUNT EVERETT (179) — Cooper Rothvoss 49, Colby Stevens 45, Jack Seward-Dailey 43, Spencer Broderick 42, Kyle LaRose 61, Tucker Wilkinson 54.

MONUMENT MOUNTAIN (177) — Brady Whalen 45, Andrew Churchill 45, Curt Wilton 40, Shea Hall 47, Ben Shultis 51, Noah Kisiel 51.

Birdies — Stevens, No. 8; Broderick, No. 10; Whalen, No. 8, Wilton, No. 2.

Wahconah 179, Lee 193

LEE — The Warriors improved to 2-0 on the young season by putting four golfers within four shots of each other. Dan Wilson was the medalist with a 42, while Emily Figiela shot a 45 for Wahconah. The match was played at Greenock Country Club.

Lee (0-1) was led by Adam Dingman, who shot a 44.

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WAHCONAH (179) — Dan Wilson 42, Kristina Cusson 52, Pat McLaughlin 48, Emily Figiela 45, Mike Cullett 46, Caden Frazier 46.

LEE (193) — Dylan Boomsma 49, Camden Redstone 50, Adam Dingman 44, Caleb Kollmer 50, Dylan Ely 51, Mason Mihlek 50.

Mount Greylock 173, Taconic 199

WILLIAMSTOWN — Playing the back 9 at Waubeeka, four Greylock golfers scored within three strokes of each other to pull out the team win over the visiting Braves.

Greylock (1-1) was led by Ben Prescott, who shot a 41. Alexander Axt, Brayden Smith and Owen Petropulos each shot 44s. Axt had a birdie on No. 10.

For Taconic (1-1), Nate Murphy was the medalist with a 40, and made a birdie on No. 15. Derek Wurtemberger had a birdie on No. 14.

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TACONIC (199) — Nate Murphy 40, Seamus Hayes 59, Andrew King 53, Nick Slozik 51, James Kastrinakis 67, Derek Wurtemberger 55.

MOUNT GREYLOCK (173) — Alexander Axt 44, Brayden Smith 44, Owen Petropulos 44, Ben Prescott 41, Paul Roeder 46, Cayden Conry 53.

Birdies — Axt No. 10; Murphy No. 15; Wurtemberger No. 14.

McCann Tech 17, Westfield Tech 7

ADAMS — At Forest Park, McCann Tech's Ryan Baran was medalist, shooting 6-over-par 40 and helping the Hornets pick up a win in their season opener.

"There was a great energy on the course, and our players saw their time in practice yield favorable results," Hornets coach Chris Carr wrote in an email.

The Hornets won the first four matchups to claim victory.

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McCann 17, Westfield Tech 7

MT: Ryan Baran (40) def. Dave Romani (47) 4-0.

MT: Nash Morin (48) def. Trent Adam (60) 4-0.

MT: Chris Rose (42) def. Jake Collier (54), 4-0.

MT: Dylynn Hardee (42) def. Riley Sullivan (54) 4-0.

WT: Nick Moran (50) def. Keaton West (53) 4-0.

WT: Hunter Loomis (56) def. Brenden Scott (57) 3-1.

High School Volleyball

Mount Everett 3, Mount Anthony 1

BENNINGTON, Vt. — Visiting Mount Everett lost the first set, but rallied to storm past Mount Anthony 3-1. The set scores were 18-25, 25-14, 25-18, 26-24.

Lizzy Sarnacki had six aces, seven kills, three blocks and 12 digs for the Eagles. The Atwood sisters combined for 12 aces. Ashley, a senior, had six aces, three kills and 11 digs, while Alexis, a freshman, had six aces. Faith Angell had three digs, eight kills and an ace.

Chicopee Comp 3, Taconic 0

PITTSFIELD — The Braves opened their season with a straight-sets loss to the Colts. The set scores were 25-17, 25-10 and 25-19.

Ava Sinopoli had six aces and two digs in the loss, while Lisi Conroy had seven digs, a block and an ace while Kasie Chadwell finished with four kills.

For Chicopee Comp, Raquel Terrazas had four digs and seven aces, while Kassandra Guerro had 11 kills and five digs.

Lenox 3, Wahconah 1

LENOX — The Millionaires held off the visiting Warriors with close sets throughout, winning by scores of 25-18, 25-27, 25-21 and 27-25.

"Overall it was a really close match," Lenox coach Bessena Cabe said. "I think we played really well, we just have a few errors that we have to go back to the practice gym and work on."

Danielle Miller had six digs, four kills and three aces in the win for Lenox (2-0), while Kayanna Black had 12 kills, eight digs, four aces and three blocks. Mia Giardina added eight kills, five digs, two blocks and two aces.

For Wahconah (1-1), Carly Bazonski had 12 assists, nine blocks and four kills, while Gabrielle Frydel had seven digs and four kills, and Faith Wehner had 15 digs and five aces.Mount Greylock 3, Monument Mountain 0

GREAT BARRINGTON — With four new starters taking the court, the Mounties (1-0) started the season with a sweep at Monument Mountain (0-1). Libero Emma Hayward provided 17 digs for Greylock and Takeira Darrow, who played on the back row for the first time on the varsity level, added 11 digs, six aces and eight kills. Gabby Alvarez, one of Greylock's senior captains, recorded 23 assists. Fellow senior captain Lucy Shepard added three aces, eight kills, and nine digs to the stat sheet.

"Monument Mountain kept coming back in every set, had some great offense and strong defense," Mount Greylock coach Greg Geyer wrote in an email. "It was really great to watch both sides battle through the long rallies."

Elena Angerman had seven digs, eight kills, two blocks and an assist in the loss. Brianna Ayala had 15 assists and six digs, while Abby Wade finished with nine digs and four kills.

First Half

L — Solia Herndon-Schmid (Erin Czelusniak), 11:39.

Second Half

L — Aliza Munch (unassisted), 66:43.

Saves — L: Sophie Patella 5. ME: Emma Goewey 15.

Lee 3, Taconic 2

LEE — Caroline Maloney's third goal of the game broke a tie and gave the Wildcats a win in their season opener.

Maloney scored two goals in the first half, and got her game-winner in the 71st minute.

Kendra Buda scored a goal for Taconic (0-2), and the Braves got the second on an own goal.

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Taconic     2     0     —     2

Lee     2     1     —     3

First Half

T — Kendra Buda (Taea Bramer), 1:49. L — Caroline Maloney (Maeve Finnegan), 12:21. L Maloney (Carina Brown) 28:35. T — Own goal, 37:50.

Second Half

L Maloney (Ari Hall), 73:57.

Saves — T: Leeyia Hoose 6. L: Bella Lovato 8.

McCann Tech 5, Sci-Tech 2

SPRINGFIELD — The Hornets opened their season with a resounding win over host Sci-Tech. Molly Boyer netted her first varsity goal in the win, while Izzy LaCasse had two goals and two assists.

Savanah Reynolds and Kiera Lennon split time in goal, with Reynolds making five saves while Lennon made five as well.

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McCann     3     2     —     5

Sci-Tech     1     1     —     2

Goals — MT (Izzy LaCasse 2, Dana Canales, Sarah Fortini, Molly Boyer). ST (Gabriela Perez-Ortiz, Skyy Brown).

Assists — MT (LaCasse 2, Camryn Belisle, Canales, Fortini).

Saves — MT (Savanah Reynolds 5, Kiera Lennon 5). ST (Emilie Goodrow 12).

High School Golf

Monument Mountain 177, Mount Everett 179

GREAT BARRINGTON — What a difference a day makes.

Host Monument Mountain (1-1) cut 31 strokes from its opening-day score, as the Spartans beat Mount Everett 177-179.

Monument shot 208 in its opener which was also on the Spartans' home course at Wyantenuck Country Club.

"They worked pretty hard after the Taconic match," Monument coach Ed Locke said, "and it's paying off."

Curt Wilton was medalist, shooting a 4-over-par 40. Wilton, who birdied the par-3 second hole, cut 15 strokes off his score in the opening match.

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MOUNT EVERETT (179) — Cooper Rothvoss 49, Colby Stevens 45, Jack Seward-Dailey 43, Spencer Broderick 42, Kyle LaRose 61, Tucker Wilkinson 54.

MONUMENT MOUNTAIN (177) — Brady Whalen 45, Andrew Churchill 45, Curt Wilton 40, Shea Hall 47, Ben Shultis 51, Noah Kisiel 51.

Birdies — Stevens, No. 8; Broderick, No. 10; Whalen, No. 8, Wilton, No. 2.

Wahconah 179, Lee 193

LEE — The Warriors improved to 2-0 on the young season by putting four golfers within four shots of each other. Dan Wilson was the medalist with a 42, while Emily Figiela shot a 45 for Wahconah. The match was played at Greenock Country Club.

Lee (0-1) was led by Adam Dingman, who shot a 44.

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WAHCONAH (179) — Dan Wilson 42, Kristina Cusson 52, Pat McLaughlin 48, Emily Figiela 45, Mike Cullett 46, Caden Frazier 46.

LEE (193) — Dylan Boomsma 49, Camden Redstone 50, Adam Dingman 44, Caleb Kollmer 50, Dylan Ely 51, Mason Mihlek 50.

Mount Greylock 173, Taconic 199

WILLIAMSTOWN — Playing the back 9 at Waubeeka, four Greylock golfers scored within three strokes of each other to pull out the team win over the visiting Braves.

Greylock (1-1) was led by Ben Prescott, who shot a 41. Alexander Axt, Brayden Smith and Owen Petropulos each shot 44s. Axt had a birdie on No. 10.

For Taconic (1-1), Nate Murphy was the medalist with a 40, and made a birdie on No. 15. Derek Wurtemberger had a birdie on No. 14.

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TACONIC (199) — Nate Murphy 40, Seamus Hayes 59, Andrew King 53, Nick Slozik 51, James Kastrinakis 67, Derek Wurtemberger 55.

MOUNT GREYLOCK (173) — Alexander Axt 44, Brayden Smith 44, Owen Petropulos 44, Ben Prescott 41, Paul Roeder 46, Cayden Conry 53.

Birdies — Axt No. 10; Murphy No. 15; Wurtemberger No. 14.

McCann Tech 17, Westfield Tech 7

ADAMS — At Forest Park, McCann Tech's Ryan Baran was medalist, shooting 6-over-par 40 and helping the Hornets pick up a win in their season opener.

"There was a great energy on the course, and our players saw their time in practice yield favorable results," Hornets coach Chris Carr wrote in an email.

The Hornets won the first four matchups to claim victory.

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McCann 17, Westfield Tech 7

MT: Ryan Baran (40) def. Dave Romani (47) 4-0.

MT: Nash Morin (48) def. Trent Adam (60) 4-0.

MT: Chris Rose (42) def. Jake Collier (54), 4-0.

MT: Dylynn Hardee (42) def. Riley Sullivan (54) 4-0.

WT: Nick Moran (50) def. Keaton West (53) 4-0.

WT: Hunter Loomis (56) def. Brenden Scott (57) 3-1.

High School Volleyball

Mount Everett 3, Mount Anthony 1

BENNINGTON, Vt. — Visiting Mount Everett lost the first set, but rallied to storm past Mount Anthony 3-1. The set scores were 18-25, 25-14, 25-18, 26-24.

Lizzy Sarnacki had six aces, seven kills, three blocks and 12 digs for the Eagles. The Atwood sisters combined for 12 aces. Ashley, a senior, had six aces, three kills and 11 digs, while Alexis, a freshman, had six aces. Faith Angell had three digs, eight kills and an ace.

Chicopee Comp 3, Taconic 0

PITTSFIELD — The Braves opened their season with a straight-sets loss to the Colts. The set scores were 25-17, 25-10 and 25-19.

Ava Sinopoli had six aces and two digs in the loss, while Lisi Conroy had seven digs, a block and an ace while Kasie Chadwell finished with four kills.

For Chicopee Comp, Raquel Terrazas had four digs and seven aces, while Kassandra Guerro had 11 kills and five digs.

Lenox 3, Wahconah 1

LENOX — The Millionaires held off the visiting Warriors with close sets throughout, winning by scores of 25-18, 25-27, 25-21 and 27-25.

"Overall it was a really close match," Lenox coach Bessena Cabe said. "I think we played really well, we just have a few errors that we have to go back to the practice gym and work on."

Danielle Miller had six digs, four kills and three aces in the win for Lenox (2-0), while Kayanna Black had 12 kills, eight digs, four aces and three blocks. Mia Giardina added eight kills, five digs, two blocks and two aces.

For Wahconah (1-1), Carly Bazonski had 12 assists, nine blocks and four kills, while Gabrielle Frydel had seven digs and four kills, and Faith Wehner had 15 digs and five aces.Mount Greylock 3, Monument Mountain 0

GREAT BARRINGTON — With four new starters taking the court, the Mounties (1-0) started the season with a sweep at Monument Mountain (0-1). Libero Emma Hayward provided 17 digs for Greylock and Takeira Darrow, who played on the back row for the first time on the varsity level, added 11 digs, six aces and eight kills. Gabby Alvarez, one of Greylock's senior captains, recorded 23 assists. Fellow senior captain Lucy Shepard added three aces, eight kills, and nine digs to the stat sheet.

"Monument Mountain kept coming back in every set, had some great offense and strong defense," Mount Greylock coach Greg Geyer wrote in an email. "It was really great to watch both sides battle through the long rallies."

Elena Angerman had seven digs, eight kills, two blocks and an assist in the loss. Brianna Ayala had 15 assists and six digs, while Abby Wade finished with nine digs and four kills.

Lee     2     1     —     3

First Half

T — Kendra Buda (Taea Bramer), 1:49. L — Caroline Maloney (Maeve Finnegan), 12:21. L Maloney (Carina Brown) 28:35. T — Own goal, 37:50.

Second Half

L Maloney (Ari Hall), 73:57.

Saves — T: Leeyia Hoose 6. L: Bella Lovato 8.

McCann Tech 5, Sci-Tech 2

SPRINGFIELD — The Hornets opened their season with a resounding win over host Sci-Tech. Molly Boyer netted her first varsity goal in the win, while Izzy LaCasse had two goals and two assists.

Savanah Reynolds and Kiera Lennon split time in goal, with Reynolds making five saves while Lennon made five as well.

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McCann     3     2     —     5

Sci-Tech     1     1     —     2

Goals — MT (Izzy LaCasse 2, Dana Canales, Sarah Fortini, Molly Boyer). ST (Gabriela Perez-Ortiz, Skyy Brown).

Assists — MT (LaCasse 2, Camryn Belisle, Canales, Fortini).

Saves — MT (Savanah Reynolds 5, Kiera Lennon 5). ST (Emilie Goodrow 12).

High School Golf

Monument Mountain 177, Mount Everett 179

GREAT BARRINGTON — What a difference a day makes.

Host Monument Mountain (1-1) cut 31 strokes from its opening-day score, as the Spartans beat Mount Everett 177-179.

Monument shot 208 in its opener which was also on the Spartans' home course at Wyantenuck Country Club.

"They worked pretty hard after the Taconic match," Monument coach Ed Locke said, "and it's paying off."

Curt Wilton was medalist, shooting a 4-over-par 40. Wilton, who birdied the par-3 second hole, cut 15 strokes off his score in the opening match.

———

MOUNT EVERETT (179) — Cooper Rothvoss 49, Colby Stevens 45, Jack Seward-Dailey 43, Spencer Broderick 42, Kyle LaRose 61, Tucker Wilkinson 54.

MONUMENT MOUNTAIN (177) — Brady Whalen 45, Andrew Churchill 45, Curt Wilton 40, Shea Hall 47, Ben Shultis 51, Noah Kisiel 51.

Birdies — Stevens, No. 8; Broderick, No. 10; Whalen, No. 8, Wilton, No. 2.

Wahconah 179, Lee 193

LEE — The Warriors improved to 2-0 on the young season by putting four golfers within four shots of each other. Dan Wilson was the medalist with a 42, while Emily Figiela shot a 45 for Wahconah. The match was played at Greenock Country Club.

Lee (0-1) was led by Adam Dingman, who shot a 44.

———

WAHCONAH (179) — Dan Wilson 42, Kristina Cusson 52, Pat McLaughlin 48, Emily Figiela 45, Mike Cullett 46, Caden Frazier 46.

LEE (193) — Dylan Boomsma 49, Camden Redstone 50, Adam Dingman 44, Caleb Kollmer 50, Dylan Ely 51, Mason Mihlek 50.

Mount Greylock 173, Taconic 199

WILLIAMSTOWN — Playing the back 9 at Waubeeka, four Greylock golfers scored within three strokes of each other to pull out the team win over the visiting Braves.

Greylock (1-1) was led by Ben Prescott, who shot a 41. Alexander Axt, Brayden Smith and Owen Petropulos each shot 44s. Axt had a birdie on No. 10.

For Taconic (1-1), Nate Murphy was the medalist with a 40, and made a birdie on No. 15. Derek Wurtemberger had a birdie on No. 14.

———

TACONIC (199) — Nate Murphy 40, Seamus Hayes 59, Andrew King 53, Nick Slozik 51, James Kastrinakis 67, Derek Wurtemberger 55.

MOUNT GREYLOCK (173) — Alexander Axt 44, Brayden Smith 44, Owen Petropulos 44, Ben Prescott 41, Paul Roeder 46, Cayden Conry 53.

Birdies — Axt No. 10; Murphy No. 15; Wurtemberger No. 14.

McCann Tech 17, Westfield Tech 7

ADAMS — At Forest Park, McCann Tech's Ryan Baran was medalist, shooting 6-over-par 40 and helping the Hornets pick up a win in their season opener.

"There was a great energy on the course, and our players saw their time in practice yield favorable results," Hornets coach Chris Carr wrote in an email.

The Hornets won the first four matchups to claim victory.

———

McCann 17, Westfield Tech 7

MT: Ryan Baran (40) def. Dave Romani (47) 4-0.

MT: Nash Morin (48) def. Trent Adam (60) 4-0.

MT: Chris Rose (42) def. Jake Collier (54), 4-0.

MT: Dylynn Hardee (42) def. Riley Sullivan (54) 4-0.

WT: Nick Moran (50) def. Keaton West (53) 4-0.

WT: Hunter Loomis (56) def. Brenden Scott (57) 3-1.

High School Volleyball

Mount Everett 3, Mount Anthony 1

BENNINGTON, Vt. — Visiting Mount Everett lost the first set, but rallied to storm past Mount Anthony 3-1. The set scores were 18-25, 25-14, 25-18, 26-24.

Lizzy Sarnacki had six aces, seven kills, three blocks and 12 digs for the Eagles. The Atwood sisters combined for 12 aces. Ashley, a senior, had six aces, three kills and 11 digs, while Alexis, a freshman, had six aces. Faith Angell had three digs, eight kills and an ace.

Chicopee Comp 3, Taconic 0

PITTSFIELD — The Braves opened their season with a straight-sets loss to the Colts. The set scores were 25-17, 25-10 and 25-19.

Ava Sinopoli had six aces and two digs in the loss, while Lisi Conroy had seven digs, a block and an ace while Kasie Chadwell finished with four kills.

For Chicopee Comp, Raquel Terrazas had four digs and seven aces, while Kassandra Guerro had 11 kills and five digs.

Lenox 3, Wahconah 1

LENOX — The Millionaires held off the visiting Warriors with close sets throughout, winning by scores of 25-18, 25-27, 25-21 and 27-25.

"Overall it was a really close match," Lenox coach Bessena Cabe said. "I think we played really well, we just have a few errors that we have to go back to the practice gym and work on."

Danielle Miller had six digs, four kills and three aces in the win for Lenox (2-0), while Kayanna Black had 12 kills, eight digs, four aces and three blocks. Mia Giardina added eight kills, five digs, two blocks and two aces.

For Wahconah (1-1), Carly Bazonski had 12 assists, nine blocks and four kills, while Gabrielle Frydel had seven digs and four kills, and Faith Wehner had 15 digs and five aces.Mount Greylock 3, Monument Mountain 0

GREAT BARRINGTON — With four new starters taking the court, the Mounties (1-0) started the season with a sweep at Monument Mountain (0-1). Libero Emma Hayward provided 17 digs for Greylock and Takeira Darrow, who played on the back row for the first time on the varsity level, added 11 digs, six aces and eight kills. Gabby Alvarez, one of Greylock's senior captains, recorded 23 assists. Fellow senior captain Lucy Shepard added three aces, eight kills, and nine digs to the stat sheet.

"Monument Mountain kept coming back in every set, had some great offense and strong defense," Mount Greylock coach Greg Geyer wrote in an email. "It was really great to watch both sides battle through the long rallies."

Elena Angerman had seven digs, eight kills, two blocks and an assist in the loss. Brianna Ayala had 15 assists and six digs, while Abby Wade finished with nine digs and four kills.

First Half

T — Kendra Buda (Taea Bramer), 1:49. L — Caroline Maloney (Maeve Finnegan), 12:21. L Maloney (Carina Brown) 28:35. T — Own goal, 37:50.

Second Half

L Maloney (Ari Hall), 73:57.

Saves — T: Leeyia Hoose 6. L: Bella Lovato 8.

McCann Tech 5, Sci-Tech 2

SPRINGFIELD — The Hornets opened their season with a resounding win over host Sci-Tech. Molly Boyer netted her first varsity goal in the win, while Izzy LaCasse had two goals and two assists.

Savanah Reynolds and Kiera Lennon split time in goal, with Reynolds making five saves while Lennon made five as well.

———

McCann     3     2     —     5

Sci-Tech     1     1     —     2

Goals — MT (Izzy LaCasse 2, Dana Canales, Sarah Fortini, Molly Boyer). ST (Gabriela Perez-Ortiz, Skyy Brown).

Assists — MT (LaCasse 2, Camryn Belisle, Canales, Fortini).

Saves — MT (Savanah Reynolds 5, Kiera Lennon 5). ST (Emilie Goodrow 12).

High School Golf

Monument Mountain 177, Mount Everett 179

GREAT BARRINGTON — What a difference a day makes.

Host Monument Mountain (1-1) cut 31 strokes from its opening-day score, as the Spartans beat Mount Everett 177-179.

Monument shot 208 in its opener which was also on the Spartans' home course at Wyantenuck Country Club.

"They worked pretty hard after the Taconic match," Monument coach Ed Locke said, "and it's paying off."

Curt Wilton was medalist, shooting a 4-over-par 40. Wilton, who birdied the par-3 second hole, cut 15 strokes off his score in the opening match.

———

MOUNT EVERETT (179) — Cooper Rothvoss 49, Colby Stevens 45, Jack Seward-Dailey 43, Spencer Broderick 42, Kyle LaRose 61, Tucker Wilkinson 54.

MONUMENT MOUNTAIN (177) — Brady Whalen 45, Andrew Churchill 45, Curt Wilton 40, Shea Hall 47, Ben Shultis 51, Noah Kisiel 51.

Birdies — Stevens, No. 8; Broderick, No. 10; Whalen, No. 8, Wilton, No. 2.

Wahconah 179, Lee 193

LEE — The Warriors improved to 2-0 on the young season by putting four golfers within four shots of each other. Dan Wilson was the medalist with a 42, while Emily Figiela shot a 45 for Wahconah. The match was played at Greenock Country Club.

Lee (0-1) was led by Adam Dingman, who shot a 44.

———

WAHCONAH (179) — Dan Wilson 42, Kristina Cusson 52, Pat McLaughlin 48, Emily Figiela 45, Mike Cullett 46, Caden Frazier 46.

LEE (193) — Dylan Boomsma 49, Camden Redstone 50, Adam Dingman 44, Caleb Kollmer 50, Dylan Ely 51, Mason Mihlek 50.

Mount Greylock 173, Taconic 199

WILLIAMSTOWN — Playing the back 9 at Waubeeka, four Greylock golfers scored within three strokes of each other to pull out the team win over the visiting Braves.

Greylock (1-1) was led by Ben Prescott, who shot a 41. Alexander Axt, Brayden Smith and Owen Petropulos each shot 44s. Axt had a birdie on No. 10.

For Taconic (1-1), Nate Murphy was the medalist with a 40, and made a birdie on No. 15. Derek Wurtemberger had a birdie on No. 14.

———

TACONIC (199) — Nate Murphy 40, Seamus Hayes 59, Andrew King 53, Nick Slozik 51, James Kastrinakis 67, Derek Wurtemberger 55.

MOUNT GREYLOCK (173) — Alexander Axt 44, Brayden Smith 44, Owen Petropulos 44, Ben Prescott 41, Paul Roeder 46, Cayden Conry 53.

Birdies — Axt No. 10; Murphy No. 15; Wurtemberger No. 14.

McCann Tech 17, Westfield Tech 7

ADAMS — At Forest Park, McCann Tech's Ryan Baran was medalist, shooting 6-over-par 40 and helping the Hornets pick up a win in their season opener.

"There was a great energy on the course, and our players saw their time in practice yield favorable results," Hornets coach Chris Carr wrote in an email.

The Hornets won the first four matchups to claim victory.

———

McCann 17, Westfield Tech 7

MT: Ryan Baran (40) def. Dave Romani (47) 4-0.

MT: Nash Morin (48) def. Trent Adam (60) 4-0.

MT: Chris Rose (42) def. Jake Collier (54), 4-0.

MT: Dylynn Hardee (42) def. Riley Sullivan (54) 4-0.

WT: Nick Moran (50) def. Keaton West (53) 4-0.

WT: Hunter Loomis (56) def. Brenden Scott (57) 3-1.

High School Volleyball

Mount Everett 3, Mount Anthony 1

BENNINGTON, Vt. — Visiting Mount Everett lost the first set, but rallied to storm past Mount Anthony 3-1. The set scores were 18-25, 25-14, 25-18, 26-24.

Lizzy Sarnacki had six aces, seven kills, three blocks and 12 digs for the Eagles. The Atwood sisters combined for 12 aces. Ashley, a senior, had six aces, three kills and 11 digs, while Alexis, a freshman, had six aces. Faith Angell had three digs, eight kills and an ace.

Chicopee Comp 3, Taconic 0

PITTSFIELD — The Braves opened their season with a straight-sets loss to the Colts. The set scores were 25-17, 25-10 and 25-19.

Ava Sinopoli had six aces and two digs in the loss, while Lisi Conroy had seven digs, a block and an ace while Kasie Chadwell finished with four kills.

For Chicopee Comp, Raquel Terrazas had four digs and seven aces, while Kassandra Guerro had 11 kills and five digs.

Lenox 3, Wahconah 1

LENOX — The Millionaires held off the visiting Warriors with close sets throughout, winning by scores of 25-18, 25-27, 25-21 and 27-25.

"Overall it was a really close match," Lenox coach Bessena Cabe said. "I think we played really well, we just have a few errors that we have to go back to the practice gym and work on."

Danielle Miller had six digs, four kills and three aces in the win for Lenox (2-0), while Kayanna Black had 12 kills, eight digs, four aces and three blocks. Mia Giardina added eight kills, five digs, two blocks and two aces.

For Wahconah (1-1), Carly Bazonski had 12 assists, nine blocks and four kills, while Gabrielle Frydel had seven digs and four kills, and Faith Wehner had 15 digs and five aces.Mount Greylock 3, Monument Mountain 0

GREAT BARRINGTON — With four new starters taking the court, the Mounties (1-0) started the season with a sweep at Monument Mountain (0-1). Libero Emma Hayward provided 17 digs for Greylock and Takeira Darrow, who played on the back row for the first time on the varsity level, added 11 digs, six aces and eight kills. Gabby Alvarez, one of Greylock's senior captains, recorded 23 assists. Fellow senior captain Lucy Shepard added three aces, eight kills, and nine digs to the stat sheet.

"Monument Mountain kept coming back in every set, had some great offense and strong defense," Mount Greylock coach Greg Geyer wrote in an email. "It was really great to watch both sides battle through the long rallies."

Elena Angerman had seven digs, eight kills, two blocks and an assist in the loss. Brianna Ayala had 15 assists and six digs, while Abby Wade finished with nine digs and four kills.

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Goals — MT (Izzy LaCasse 2, Dana Canales, Sarah Fortini, Molly Boyer). ST (Gabriela Perez-Ortiz, Skyy Brown).

Assists — MT (LaCasse 2, Camryn Belisle, Canales, Fortini).

Saves — MT (Savanah Reynolds 5, Kiera Lennon 5). ST (Emilie Goodrow 12).

High School Golf

Monument Mountain 177, Mount Everett 179

GREAT BARRINGTON — What a difference a day makes.

Host Monument Mountain (1-1) cut 31 strokes from its opening-day score, as the Spartans beat Mount Everett 177-179.

Monument shot 208 in its opener which was also on the Spartans' home course at Wyantenuck Country Club.

"They worked pretty hard after the Taconic match," Monument coach Ed Locke said, "and it's paying off."

Curt Wilton was medalist, shooting a 4-over-par 40. Wilton, who birdied the par-3 second hole, cut 15 strokes off his score in the opening match.

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MOUNT EVERETT (179) — Cooper Rothvoss 49, Colby Stevens 45, Jack Seward-Dailey 43, Spencer Broderick 42, Kyle LaRose 61, Tucker Wilkinson 54.

MONUMENT MOUNTAIN (177) — Brady Whalen 45, Andrew Churchill 45, Curt Wilton 40, Shea Hall 47, Ben Shultis 51, Noah Kisiel 51.

Birdies — Stevens, No. 8; Broderick, No. 10; Whalen, No. 8, Wilton, No. 2.

Wahconah 179, Lee 193

LEE — The Warriors improved to 2-0 on the young season by putting four golfers within four shots of each other. Dan Wilson was the medalist with a 42, while Emily Figiela shot a 45 for Wahconah. The match was played at Greenock Country Club.

Lee (0-1) was led by Adam Dingman, who shot a 44.

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WAHCONAH (179) — Dan Wilson 42, Kristina Cusson 52, Pat McLaughlin 48, Emily Figiela 45, Mike Cullett 46, Caden Frazier 46.

LEE (193) — Dylan Boomsma 49, Camden Redstone 50, Adam Dingman 44, Caleb Kollmer 50, Dylan Ely 51, Mason Mihlek 50.

Mount Greylock 173, Taconic 199

WILLIAMSTOWN — Playing the back 9 at Waubeeka, four Greylock golfers scored within three strokes of each other to pull out the team win over the visiting Braves.

Greylock (1-1) was led by Ben Prescott, who shot a 41. Alexander Axt, Brayden Smith and Owen Petropulos each shot 44s. Axt had a birdie on No. 10.

For Taconic (1-1), Nate Murphy was the medalist with a 40, and made a birdie on No. 15. Derek Wurtemberger had a birdie on No. 14.

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TACONIC (199) — Nate Murphy 40, Seamus Hayes 59, Andrew King 53, Nick Slozik 51, James Kastrinakis 67, Derek Wurtemberger 55.

MOUNT GREYLOCK (173) — Alexander Axt 44, Brayden Smith 44, Owen Petropulos 44, Ben Prescott 41, Paul Roeder 46, Cayden Conry 53.

Birdies — Axt No. 10; Murphy No. 15; Wurtemberger No. 14.

McCann Tech 17, Westfield Tech 7

ADAMS — At Forest Park, McCann Tech's Ryan Baran was medalist, shooting 6-over-par 40 and helping the Hornets pick up a win in their season opener.

"There was a great energy on the course, and our players saw their time in practice yield favorable results," Hornets coach Chris Carr wrote in an email.

The Hornets won the first four matchups to claim victory.

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McCann 17, Westfield Tech 7

MT: Ryan Baran (40) def. Dave Romani (47) 4-0.

MT: Nash Morin (48) def. Trent Adam (60) 4-0.

MT: Chris Rose (42) def. Jake Collier (54), 4-0.

MT: Dylynn Hardee (42) def. Riley Sullivan (54) 4-0.

WT: Nick Moran (50) def. Keaton West (53) 4-0.

WT: Hunter Loomis (56) def. Brenden Scott (57) 3-1.

High School Volleyball

Mount Everett 3, Mount Anthony 1

BENNINGTON, Vt. — Visiting Mount Everett lost the first set, but rallied to storm past Mount Anthony 3-1. The set scores were 18-25, 25-14, 25-18, 26-24.

Lizzy Sarnacki had six aces, seven kills, three blocks and 12 digs for the Eagles. The Atwood sisters combined for 12 aces. Ashley, a senior, had six aces, three kills and 11 digs, while Alexis, a freshman, had six aces. Faith Angell had three digs, eight kills and an ace.

Chicopee Comp 3, Taconic 0

PITTSFIELD — The Braves opened their season with a straight-sets loss to the Colts. The set scores were 25-17, 25-10 and 25-19.

Ava Sinopoli had six aces and two digs in the loss, while Lisi Conroy had seven digs, a block and an ace while Kasie Chadwell finished with four kills.

For Chicopee Comp, Raquel Terrazas had four digs and seven aces, while Kassandra Guerro had 11 kills and five digs.

Lenox 3, Wahconah 1

LENOX — The Millionaires held off the visiting Warriors with close sets throughout, winning by scores of 25-18, 25-27, 25-21 and 27-25.

"Overall it was a really close match," Lenox coach Bessena Cabe said. "I think we played really well, we just have a few errors that we have to go back to the practice gym and work on."

Danielle Miller had six digs, four kills and three aces in the win for Lenox (2-0), while Kayanna Black had 12 kills, eight digs, four aces and three blocks. Mia Giardina added eight kills, five digs, two blocks and two aces.

For Wahconah (1-1), Carly Bazonski had 12 assists, nine blocks and four kills, while Gabrielle Frydel had seven digs and four kills, and Faith Wehner had 15 digs and five aces.Mount Greylock 3, Monument Mountain 0

GREAT BARRINGTON — With four new starters taking the court, the Mounties (1-0) started the season with a sweep at Monument Mountain (0-1). Libero Emma Hayward provided 17 digs for Greylock and Takeira Darrow, who played on the back row for the first time on the varsity level, added 11 digs, six aces and eight kills. Gabby Alvarez, one of Greylock's senior captains, recorded 23 assists. Fellow senior captain Lucy Shepard added three aces, eight kills, and nine digs to the stat sheet.

"Monument Mountain kept coming back in every set, had some great offense and strong defense," Mount Greylock coach Greg Geyer wrote in an email. "It was really great to watch both sides battle through the long rallies."

Elena Angerman had seven digs, eight kills, two blocks and an assist in the loss. Brianna Ayala had 15 assists and six digs, while Abby Wade finished with nine digs and four kills.

Goals — MT (Izzy LaCasse 2, Dana Canales, Sarah Fortini, Molly Boyer). ST (Gabriela Perez-Ortiz, Skyy Brown).

Assists — MT (LaCasse 2, Camryn Belisle, Canales, Fortini).

Saves — MT (Savanah Reynolds 5, Kiera Lennon 5). ST (Emilie Goodrow 12).

High School Golf

Monument Mountain 177, Mount Everett 179

GREAT BARRINGTON — What a difference a day makes.

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Host Monument Mountain (1-1) cut 31 strokes from its opening-day score, as the Spartans beat Mount Everett 177-179.

Monument shot 208 in its opener which was also on the Spartans' home course at Wyantenuck Country Club.

"They worked pretty hard after the Taconic match," Monument coach Ed Locke said, "and it's paying off."

Curt Wilton was medalist, shooting a 4-over-par 40. Wilton, who birdied the par-3 second hole, cut 15 strokes off his score in the opening match.

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MOUNT EVERETT (179) — Cooper Rothvoss 49, Colby Stevens 45, Jack Seward-Dailey 43, Spencer Broderick 42, Kyle LaRose 61, Tucker Wilkinson 54.

MONUMENT MOUNTAIN (177) — Brady Whalen 45, Andrew Churchill 45, Curt Wilton 40, Shea Hall 47, Ben Shultis 51, Noah Kisiel 51.

Birdies — Stevens, No. 8; Broderick, No. 10; Whalen, No. 8, Wilton, No. 2.

Wahconah 179, Lee 193

LEE — The Warriors improved to 2-0 on the young season by putting four golfers within four shots of each other. Dan Wilson was the medalist with a 42, while Emily Figiela shot a 45 for Wahconah. The match was played at Greenock Country Club.

Lee (0-1) was led by Adam Dingman, who shot a 44.

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WAHCONAH (179) — Dan Wilson 42, Kristina Cusson 52, Pat McLaughlin 48, Emily Figiela 45, Mike Cullett 46, Caden Frazier 46.

LEE (193) — Dylan Boomsma 49, Camden Redstone 50, Adam Dingman 44, Caleb Kollmer 50, Dylan Ely 51, Mason Mihlek 50.

Mount Greylock 173, Taconic 199

WILLIAMSTOWN — Playing the back 9 at Waubeeka, four Greylock golfers scored within three strokes of each other to pull out the team win over the visiting Braves.

Greylock (1-1) was led by Ben Prescott, who shot a 41. Alexander Axt, Brayden Smith and Owen Petropulos each shot 44s. Axt had a birdie on No. 10.

For Taconic (1-1), Nate Murphy was the medalist with a 40, and made a birdie on No. 15. Derek Wurtemberger had a birdie on No. 14.

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TACONIC (199) — Nate Murphy 40, Seamus Hayes 59, Andrew King 53, Nick Slozik 51, James Kastrinakis 67, Derek Wurtemberger 55.

MOUNT GREYLOCK (173) — Alexander Axt 44, Brayden Smith 44, Owen Petropulos 44, Ben Prescott 41, Paul Roeder 46, Cayden Conry 53.

Birdies — Axt No. 10; Murphy No. 15; Wurtemberger No. 14.

McCann Tech 17, Westfield Tech 7

ADAMS — At Forest Park, McCann Tech's Ryan Baran was medalist, shooting 6-over-par 40 and helping the Hornets pick up a win in their season opener.

"There was a great energy on the course, and our players saw their time in practice yield favorable results," Hornets coach Chris Carr wrote in an email.

The Hornets won the first four matchups to claim victory.

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McCann 17, Westfield Tech 7

MT: Ryan Baran (40) def. Dave Romani (47) 4-0.

MT: Nash Morin (48) def. Trent Adam (60) 4-0.

MT: Chris Rose (42) def. Jake Collier (54), 4-0.

MT: Dylynn Hardee (42) def. Riley Sullivan (54) 4-0.

WT: Nick Moran (50) def. Keaton West (53) 4-0.

WT: Hunter Loomis (56) def. Brenden Scott (57) 3-1.

High School Volleyball

Mount Everett 3, Mount Anthony 1

BENNINGTON, Vt. — Visiting Mount Everett lost the first set, but rallied to storm past Mount Anthony 3-1. The set scores were 18-25, 25-14, 25-18, 26-24.

Lizzy Sarnacki had six aces, seven kills, three blocks and 12 digs for the Eagles. The Atwood sisters combined for 12 aces. Ashley, a senior, had six aces, three kills and 11 digs, while Alexis, a freshman, had six aces. Faith Angell had three digs, eight kills and an ace.

Chicopee Comp 3, Taconic 0

PITTSFIELD — The Braves opened their season with a straight-sets loss to the Colts. The set scores were 25-17, 25-10 and 25-19.

Ava Sinopoli had six aces and two digs in the loss, while Lisi Conroy had seven digs, a block and an ace while Kasie Chadwell finished with four kills.

For Chicopee Comp, Raquel Terrazas had four digs and seven aces, while Kassandra Guerro had 11 kills and five digs.

Lenox 3, Wahconah 1

LENOX — The Millionaires held off the visiting Warriors with close sets throughout, winning by scores of 25-18, 25-27, 25-21 and 27-25.

"Overall it was a really close match," Lenox coach Bessena Cabe said. "I think we played really well, we just have a few errors that we have to go back to the practice gym and work on."

Danielle Miller had six digs, four kills and three aces in the win for Lenox (2-0), while Kayanna Black had 12 kills, eight digs, four aces and three blocks. Mia Giardina added eight kills, five digs, two blocks and two aces.

For Wahconah (1-1), Carly Bazonski had 12 assists, nine blocks and four kills, while Gabrielle Frydel had seven digs and four kills, and Faith Wehner had 15 digs and five aces.Mount Greylock 3, Monument Mountain 0

GREAT BARRINGTON — With four new starters taking the court, the Mounties (1-0) started the season with a sweep at Monument Mountain (0-1). Libero Emma Hayward provided 17 digs for Greylock and Takeira Darrow, who played on the back row for the first time on the varsity level, added 11 digs, six aces and eight kills. Gabby Alvarez, one of Greylock's senior captains, recorded 23 assists. Fellow senior captain Lucy Shepard added three aces, eight kills, and nine digs to the stat sheet.

"Monument Mountain kept coming back in every set, had some great offense and strong defense," Mount Greylock coach Greg Geyer wrote in an email. "It was really great to watch both sides battle through the long rallies."

Elena Angerman had seven digs, eight kills, two blocks and an assist in the loss. Brianna Ayala had 15 assists and six digs, while Abby Wade finished with nine digs and four kills.


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