Lee's Williams Named County MVP

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Lee High sophomore Kendra Williams was voted the Berkshire County volleyball Most Valuable Player by the league's coaches.
Williams is one of three Wildcats named to the First Team, joining teammates Alyssa Kelly and Sam Farina, both seniors.
Lee also had two players on the all-county Second Team: senior Sam Reynolds and junior Courtney Picard.
Mount Greylock, Pittsfield and Wahconah each had two players on the First Team.
Mount Greylock senior Celia Bote and junior Hope Willis, Pittsfield senior Sam DeCarlo and junior Emily Koldys and Wahconah senior Emily Jordan and Juli McBain earned First Team recognition.
The First Team was rounded out by Lenox senior Makayla White, Monument Mountain junior Brianna Davis, Mount Everett junior Jess Abbott and Taconic senior Alyssa Doerle.
Lenox and St. Joseph each had two players on the Second Team: Lenox senior Holly Chappell and sophomore Emily Czelusniak and St. Joe juniors Ilyssa Creamer and Leanne Hamilton.
Other Second Team honorees were: Mount Greylock sophomore Dagny Albano, Monument senior Jordyn Goodrich, Mount Everett senior Kara Ormsbee, Pittsfield junior Michaela LeBlanc, Taconic senior Keely Baker and Wahconah junior Hailey Parker.
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