• Girls’ Lacrosse Makes History in Tournament - The Mt. Greylock girls’ lacrosse team had a memorable and historic season with a 17-5 record and being the first Mt. Greylock and Berkshire County girls’ lacrosse team to make it to the finals in the Western/Central Massachusetts tournament. The girls worked as a team throughout the entirety of the season and went into every […]
  • Boys’ Lacrosse Finishes Impressive Season - From March to June, the boys’ lacrosse team had a memorable season with a record of 15-5. Captains Ethan Schoorlemmer, Cole Seamen, and David Falk led the team to many victories, especially against their rival, Wahconah. Senior Hoby MacWhinnie states, “the most memorable game for me was the Wahconah game where we scored with thirty […]
  • Running Track Teams Win Western Mass Championship - The Mount Greylock Track teams continued a successful season with wins for both the boys’ and girls’ teams at the Division ll Western Massachusetts Championships on Friday. The season started on April 24, with a meet at Mount Anthony. Both the boys’ and the girls’ teams dominated, each defeating Mount Anthony and Taconic. The next […]
  • Girls’ Lacrosse Earns Wins in Early Season - Vacation has ended. The snow has melted. It finally feels like April, which means that spring sports are now in full swing. Some teams have struggled to get in as many events as they would have hoped. The girls’ lacrosse team, however, has managed to compete in five early season matchups, handily winning three of […]
  • Boys Basketball Looks to Make Postseason - The Mt. Greylock boys basketball team began its season without key senior Sean McCormack and the use of their home gym, but has still managed an 8-6 record through hard work thanks to teammates including sophomore Cole Wojtkowski, senior Sam Dils, sophomore Toby Foehl, senior Brady Foehl, and senior Alex Backiel, stepping up. Now, with […]
  • Mountie Skiers Dominate on Home Course - The classic ski season is now underway, after the first classic race of the season was held at Mt. Greylock this Saturday. The snow barely managed to hold through the warm temperatures, which made for comfortable weather, but difficult ski wax conditions. Skiers from ten different schools were present, and over 180 athletes competed. Varsity […]

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