Sports

  • Boys’ Basketball Earns Early Season Wins - The boys’ varsity basketball team has opened up a successful season with two resounding wins. The first was against Greenfield last Tuesday with a 49-31 score, in which freshman Derek Paris made his Varsity debut, leading the team with 21 points. Paris has been playing basketball for several years now, and will greatly contribute to […]
  • Wrestling Preview: Wrestling Enters New Season With New Head Coach - Mount Greylock’s boys’ varsity wrestling team heads into its first season with head coach Carvalho, who has been the assistant coach for the last twelve years. After a tough 74-6 loss against Taconic last week, the team will return on December 27 at the Berkshire Holiday Tournament and again on January 5, when they will […]
  • Season Preview: Boys’ Basketball With Promising Youth - With the basketball season up and running again, the boys’ team is ready for competition. Head Coach Bob Thistle is excited about the upcoming season: “we’ve got a great group of kids. Certainly think the county maybe feels like we’re down a little bit ‘cause we graduated some great players, but these kids who we […]
  • Swimming Season Preview: Swim Co-op Continues - The Co-op swim team has already hit the pool, anticipating a competitive and exciting season. The head coach Steve Kolis, a former swimmer at Wahconah High School, was the previous Taconic High School swim coach, and assistant coach is Dorianna Reardon. Both have extensive swimming and coaching experience. The swim team consists of about twenty […]
  • Ice Hockey Season Preview: Co-op Hockey Team Reshuffled - For their second season together, boys and girls from Mt. Greylock will participate in Northern Berkshire County’s cooperative team hosted by Drury High School. Up until last year, Wahconah Regional High School hosted a co-op team with members from Mt. Greylock, Drury, Hoosac, and McCann. After a reshuffle of teams due to Taconic’s low numbers, […]
  • Season Preview: Girls’ Basketball to Begin Competition This Week - As basketball season begins, the girls’ team is ready to play. The team is kicking off the season with a jamboree held at Mt. Greylock this Tuesday at 7:15. Despite losing a key senior, Lauren Howard, the team is excited for the season ahead; as captain Brooke Masse commented, “we’ll be just as good because […]

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