High school roundup: Drury girls hold off Lee on road

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LEE — Drury broke the game open with third-quarter rally, beating Lee 39-29 on Thursday.

The Blue Devils outscored the Wildcats 15-4 in the third.

Leading only 16-14 at halftime, the Blue Devils came out firing after the break with Molly and Jenna Moulton accounting for 10 of those 15 third quarter points. Molly would finish with a game-high 10 points, Jenna and Katey Toomey each with eight.

MiKayla DeSantis lead the Wildcats with eight points including the teams only two three-pointers.

"We played well defensively, but couldn't get into a rhythm offensively as they played great defense too," said Lee coach Jenna Gangell.

The Wildcats drop below the .500 mark to 6-7.

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Drury (39)

Digennaro 2-0-6, Lamarre 1-3-5, Giron 0-0-0, M. Moulton 4-1-10, Wissman 0-0-0, Crews 0-0-0, Toomey, 3-1-8, J. Moulton 4-0-8, Carlson 1-0-2. Totals: 15-5-39

Lee (29)

Williams 0-0-0, Walker 2-2-6, Bartini 0-0-0, Retzel 2-2-6, Fera 1-0-2, Finnegan 1-0-2, Hawley 2-1-5, DeSantis 3-0-8. Totals: 11-5-29.

Drury 13 3 15 10 — 39

Lee 7 7 4 11 — 29

3-point field goals — D 4 (Digennaro 2, M. Moulton 1, Toomey 1). L 2 (DeSantis 2).

MOUNT GREYLOCK 56, ST. JOSEPH 20

PITTSFIELD >> Mount Greylock used its size advantage to earn a win over St. Joseph. Greylock post player Jenna Benzinger led the way with 15 points. The Mounties used their height to dominant the glass as well. Camilla Gomez led St. Joe with five points and nine rebounds. Cate Bean added three points and eight assists.

Every player that entered the game reached the scoring column for Greylock. The Crusaders (3-6), however, had a shorter bench with Illysa Creamer and Liz Bean out with injuries. Creamer is expected back for their next game against Berlin, N.Y. on Tuesday.

"[Mount Greylock] works well together," St. Joe coach Pete Ellsworth said. "They have a lot of passion and a good offense."

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GREYLOCK (56)

Byrnes 0-1-1, Walden 2-0-4, Flynn 3-0-6, Reinhard 3-0-6, Albert 1-0-2, Voller 2-0-4, Dodig 3-0-6, E. Cerveira 1-0-2, Stripp 0-1-1, Howard 3-0-7, K. Cerveira 1-0-2, Benzinger 7-1-15. Totals: 26-3-56

ST. JOSEPH (20)

Hamilton 1-0-3, Wang 0-0-0, Ning 0-0-0, Sondrini 1-3-6, Gomez 2-1-5, 9 rebs, Bling 0-0-0, C. Bean 1-0-3, eight assists, Wiles 1-0-3. Totals: 6-4-20

Greylock 14 17 19 6 — 56

St. Joseph 7 1 1 11 — 20

3-point goals — MG 1(Howard 1). SJ: 4 (Hamilton 1, Sondrini 1, K. Bean 1, Wiles 1).

WARE 38, MCCANN TECH 29

NORTH ADAMS >> Ware's Jordan Halgas scored 16 points, leading the Indians over McCann Tech. The Hornets used a 9-4 third quarter to cut their deficit to two heading into the fourth quarter. But, Michelle Zawaleri scored five of her seven points in the fourth, helping the visitors pull away.

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WARE (38)

Halgas 5-6-16, Eskett 3-0-6, Balicki 0-0-0, Zawaleri 2-2-7, Simons 4-1-9. Totals: 14-9-38.

McCANN (29)

Budaj 1-0-2, Dobbert 0-0-0, Dowling 3-1-7, Quinones 3-0-8, Tassone 0-0-0, Gibeau 1-0-2, Malloy 1-0-2, Felton 2-0-4. Totals: 13-1-29.

Ware 7 12 4 15 — 38

McCann 7 5 9 8 — 29

3-point goals — W: 1 (Zawaleri 1). MT: 2 (Quinones 2).

Boys Basketball

WAHCONAH 45, FRONTIER 35

SOUTH DEERFIELD >> Wahconah ended its two-game losing streak with a road win over Frontier.

The Warriors (5-6) made three 3-pointers in the second quarter, taking a eight-point lead into the third quarter. Cole Morrison helped put the game away, scoring eight of his team-high 13 points in the second half.

"We had good spacing on the floor and we were knocking down shots," Wahconah coach Dustin Belcher said. "Coming off two tough loses, I'm happy with how we responded."

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Wahconah 11 14 12 8 — 45

Frontier 10 7 12 7 — 35

WAHCONAH (45)

Schneider 2-4-8, Morrison 5-3-13, Donnelly 0-0-0, Sinopoli 2-0-6, Steinman 3-0-7, Livinio 1-2-5, Noyes 0-0-0, Washburn 1-0-2, Roughley 2-0-4. Totals: 16-9-45.

FRONTIER (35)

Warren 0-0-0, Litskoski 0-0-0, Muzyka 0-2-2, Freeman 3-0-6, Husted 6-2-14, Gilmore 0-0-0, Farreck 5-0-10, Bourque 1-1-4. Totals: 15-5-35.

3-points goals — W Sinopli 2, Steinman 1, Livinio. F 1 (Bourque).

Prep Schools

DARROW GIRLS

POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. >> The Darrow School girls basketball team earned a 47-25 win over Faith Christian Academy on Wednesday. The Ducks had three players score in double figures. Natasha Santiago led the way with 18 points. Rochelle Foster had 16 points. Crystal Awobue added 13 points.

DARROW BOYS

POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. >> Can Taylan led the Darrow School boys basketball team to 51-48 win over Faith Christian Academy. Taylan led all scorers with 35 points. Faith Christian shrunk a 12-point second-half deficit to three late in the game, but the Ducks sank clutch free throws down the stretch to seal the game. Jasneal Pabla had 11 points, four steals and six rebounds.


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