DALTON — Hailey Parker, Juli McBain and Chloe Warren had strong performances for Wahconah (5-2) as the Warriors volleyball team earned a 25-19, 25-19, 24-22 win over Easthampton.

Parker had 18 assists, six aces and two digs while McBain contributed eight digs and Warren added an ace, six kills and two digs in the straight-set victory.

“We had a pretty solid performance all the way around,” Wahconah coach Dave Lussier said. “We stepped up in our serving and really stepped it up with our attacks and it came from all around the lineup. It’s one of the better games we have played this year.”

Wahconah’s next match is on the road Monday against Taconic.

Westfield 3, Pittsfield 2

WESTFIELD — The Generals hung tough in this one, but ultimately fell 13-25, 25-20, 16-25, 25-16, 16-14 on the road.

According to PHS coach Brian Lawton, with the final set tied at 13, a crucial call on what he felt should have been a kill for PHS was reversed. That gave Westfield the momentum it needed to go ahead for good.

Sam DeCarlo had 17 assists, five digs and three kills for Pittsfield. Michaela LaBlanc added 13 kills and six aces; Taylor Turner had five kills and three digs; and Emma Barile had eight digs and five aces.

“They were a really athletic team,” said Lawton of Westfield. “There was no big deciding factor; both teams played well.