Wahconah 3, Greenfield 1
GREENFIELD — The Warriors (11-6) bounced back from a second-game loss to win the final two sets and defeat Greenfield, 25-14, 14-25, 25-14, 25-23.
Leading the way for Wahconah were Kayla Pravia (one ace, five) kills, Eliza Petithory (five aces, three kills) and Andrea Fiscu (one ace, seven assists, one kill).
“We had some unforced errors in the second game, but we tightened things up,” Wahconah coach David Lussier said.
Taconic 3, Monument Mountain 1
PITTSFIELD — Keely Baker produced 18 assissts and five kills to lead the way for the Braves in their 25-23, 25-20, 23-25, 25-20 win over the Spartans.
Also producing for Taconic (9-8) were Alyssa Doerle (eight kills, six aces, two assists), Jasmine Rodriguez (nine aces, three kills, two assists) and Alexis Huxtable (four digs).
“We played good offense tonight, which we needed,” said Taconic coach Jennifer Doerle. “They were very strong in their serving and we had some trouble with our serve-receive. Fortunately, our offense helped us come out on top.”
Pittsfield 3, Berlin (N.Y.) 0
PITTSFIELD — The Generals earned a berth in the Western Mass. tournament as a result of their 25-23, 25-15, 25-21 win over Berlin, N.Y.
Rachel Munch (three kills, five digs), Anna King (four kills, two digs) and Riley Nichols (seven assists, seven digs, five aces) led the way for the Generals.
“Making the tournament is the benchmark for any season,” Pittsfield coach Brian Lawton said. “Riley had a big night for us and she is only a sophomore.”
East Longmeadow 3, Lenox 1 — 25-23, 25-17, 20-25, 25-20
Lee 3, Sabis 0 — 26-24, 25-12, 25-20
West Springfield 3, Mount Greylock 0 — 25-5, 25-22, 25-9