The Greylock Echo

1968

Victoria Melkonyan and Krishan Rai

December 31, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

As 2018 draws to a close, one can reflect on a year full of personal and global events that have left a mark on everyone. But looking back even further, it is useful to notice that this year has even deeper historical connotations as the centennial of the armistice ending the first World War and the ten...

Preview: Wrestling Enters New Season With New Head Coach

Preview: Wrestling Enters New Season With New Head Coach

December 16, 2018


Filed under Sports

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...

Season Preview: Boys’ Basketball With Promising Youth

Season Preview: Boys’ Basketball With Promising Youth

December 10, 2018


Filed under Sports

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...

As Schools Match Wits Team Assembled

As Schools Match Wits Team Assembled

December 10, 2018


Filed under News

This year a team of Greylock students are keeping their wits about them in a unique sort of championship, the popular high school quiz show As Schools Match Wits. The show, now in its 58th season, is produced by the Springfield based public television service WGBY in partnership with Westfield State...

“The Biker” (Custodian Albert Lamarre)

“The Biker” (Custodian Albert Lamarre)

March 12, 2018


Filed under Photos

¨The Biker¨ is a celebratory collection of images portraying custodian Albert Lamarre working his last days at Mt. Greylock Regional School taken by Alex Babcock. Lamarre will be retiring in March.  ...

Boys Basketball Looks to Make Postseason

Boys Basketball Looks to Make Postseason

February 13, 2018


Filed under Sports

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 ...

Mountie Skiers Dominate on Home Course

Mountie Skiers Dominate on Home Course

January 25, 2018


Filed under Sports

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,...

Time Capsule placed in New Building

Time Capsule placed in New Building

January 10, 2018


Filed under News

What would you want to be remembered about the “old” Mt. Greylock? Juniors Ella Dudley and Maddie Albert had a few ideas for a time capsule to put in the new school. Students received emails about it, voted for its contents, and saw it on display in the library. But on December 21st, 2017, the fin...

Basketball Season Preview

Basketball Season Preview

December 6, 2017


Filed under Sports

The Mount Greylock boys’ and girls’ basketball teams have started their respective seasons with vigor, and a strong hunger for success. After a close and devastating 42-49 loss in the Western Mass finals last year the Mountie men ended the season with a winning record of 18-6. The team wants to...

Boys Nordic Skiing Season Preview

Boys Nordic Skiing Season Preview

December 6, 2017


Filed under Sports

It’s that time of year again. The magical time of snow, hot cocoa, and winter holidays. But for the Mt. Greylock Boys’ cross country ski team now is when the real work begins. The team has won the past seven MIAA State Championships and hopes to continue their winning streak. The team is looking for...

Girls Volleyball Defeated in Western Mass Quarterfinal

Girls Volleyball Defeated in Western Mass Quarterfinal

November 13, 2017


Filed under Sports

On Monday, the Mt. Greylock girls volleyball team faced a devastating loss on the road in a night game against first seed Frontier. After losing the first set of the Western Mass tournament game 7 to 25, they went on to lose the second set 9 to 25. However, they staged an agonizing comeback in the third...

New Chromebooks Enter Mt. Greylock

New Chromebooks Enter Mt. Greylock

November 6, 2017


Filed under News

Hunched shoulders? Back pain? Feeling like you're carrying the weight of the world? It’s not the world, it's the new Chromebooks! The Chromebook 1:1 initiative launched this October, with pickup dates starting on the 23rd. The initiative will strive to connect students to the world around them, o...

The Student News Site of Mount Greylock Regional High School