High school roundup: Hoosac Valley boys get revenge against Monument Mountain

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CHESHIRE >> What a difference three days makes for the Hoosac Valley boys basketball team.

Tuesday night, the Hurricanes came back from Great Barrington after suffering a one-point loss to Monument Mountain. Friday night, the Hurricanes outscored the Spartans by 13 in the second quarter to break the game open en route to a 56-37 victory.

"We had a lot more energy" than Tuesday, said Hoosac coach Bill Robinson. "We defended the 3-point shot better. We played better defense. Every shot was contested."

Jameson Coughlan, who scored 29 points in Tuesday's loss, had a double-double with a game-high 19 points and 10 rebounds for the Hurricanes. Branden Perry had 10 for Monument, while Conor Prince had four. Prince scored 12 in the Monument win.

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MONUMENT MOUNTAIN (37)

Perry 3-3-10, Peretti 1-0-3, Newey 2-0-4, Prince 2-0-4, Piepho 2-2-6, Aberdale 3-0-9, Riegel 0-0-0, Cardillo 0-0-0, Troiano 0-0-0, Tinker 0-1-1. Totals 13-6-37.

HOOSAC VALLEY (56)

Hall 1-0-2, Rousseau 0-3-3, Carlow 4-0-8, Koperniak 4-3-11, McGrath 1-1-4, Sistrunk 2-0-5, Barrow 2-0-4, Coughlan 7-5-19. Totals 21-12-56.

Monument 11 7 7 12 — 37

Hoosac 13 20 14 9 — 56

3-point goals — MM 5 (Aberdale 3, Perry, Peretti). HV 4 (Coughlan 2, Sistrunk, McGrath).

MOUNT GREYLOCK 56, DRURY 52

WILLIAMSTOWN >> Mount Greylock got a game-high 20 points from Cal Filson and 15 more from Patrick Storie as the Mounties (7-4) beat their North Berkshire rivals.

The game was determined at the foul line as the Mounties were 21 of 33 from the stripe and Drury (7-4) was 6 of 9.

It was a game where Drury coach Jack Racette picked up two technical fouls and was ejected in the fourth quarter.

"It was a very hard-fought game. I'm very proud of my kids," Greylock coach Bob Thistle said. "They showed great composure and played hard all the way."

Brandon Heck had 15 for Drury and Hayden Bird had 14.

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DRURY (52)

Harrison 2-0-6, Crosier 0-0-0, Montoya 1-0-3, Bird 6-1-14, Racette 2-4-8, Meehan 1-0-3, Clark 0-0-0, Heck 8-1-15. Totals 20-6-52.

MOUNT GREYLOCK (56)

Dils 2-0-4, A. Ronnow 0-0-0, Filson 4-11-20, Foehl 2-2-6, Storie 4-5-15, Joy 3-0-6, Condon 0-0-0, Z. Ronnow 2-1-5, Hadley 0-0-0, Backiel 0-0-0. Totals 14-21-56.

Drury 11 18 10 13 — 52

Greylock 9 14 10 23 — 56

3-point goals — D 6 (Harrison 2, Montoya, Bird, Meehan, Heck). MG 3 (Storie 2, Filson).

LEE 58, ST. JOSEPH 42

LEE >> The Lee boys basketball team used a strong third quarter to pull away from St. Joseph on Friday, 58-42.

Up just 24-20 at the break, the Wildcats used a 14-7 third frame to take a decisive lead into the fourth.

Josh Sampson had a game-high 19 points to lead Lee (7-3), and Nick Castillo added 10 points.

The Crusaders (1-9) were led by Jamal Beda, who had 14 points.

"Honestly, we just shot the ball better [in the third quarter]," Lee coach Tom Finnegan said. "We missed the first 12 shots of the game. We were in a funk, no idea what happened.

"Give [St. Joseph] credit, they played hard. ... That team has improved a lot."

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ST. JOSEPH (42)

Beda 6-2-14, Maynard 3-5-12, Tynan 3-1-9, Fox 0-1-1, J. Zhang 3-0-6. Totals. 15-9-42.

LEE (58)

Rivera 1-0-3, Finnegan 1-2-4, Harding 3-0-6, Sampson 7-3-19, Buratto 1-0-2, Reynolds 2-1-6, Pichardo 3-0-6, Johnson 0-2-2, Castillo 5-0-10. Totals 23-8-58.

St. Joseph 7 13 7 15 — 42

Lee 7 17 14 20 — 58

3-point goals — SJ 3 (Tynan 2, Maynard), L 4 (Sampson 2, Rivera, Reynolds).

Hockey

WOODSTOCK 4, WAHCONAH 3

NORTH ADAMS >> The Warriors fought back from a 3-0 deficit but couldn't get a point out of Friday's game with Woodstock (Conn.) Academy.

Wahconah surrendered two first-period goals, but made it 2-1 on Nate Lapine's goal just 20 seconds in to the second period. But a minute later, Woodstock's Ryan Smith scored the first of his two goals, giving the visitors a two-goal advantage.

Wahconah's Andrew Beaudoin scored at 4:01 of the second period, making it 3-2. But Smith scored early in the third period and while Mike Bloom got a late Wahconah goal, the Warriors could not get the equalizer. Wahconah even had a two-man advantage after pulling the goalie in the final minute.

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Woodstock 2 1 1 — 4

Wahconah 0 2 1 — 3

First Period

Wood—Jack Burnham (Nate Deluca) 2:30. Wood—Burnham (Deluca) 10:05.

Second Period

Wah—Nate Lapine (Logan Rumbolt, Vinnie Orlandi) :20. Wood—Ryan Smith (Jack Burnham, Deluca) 1:25. Wan—Andrew Beaudoin (Henry Churchill) 4:01.

Third Period

Wood—Smith (UA) 2:51. Wah—Mike Bloom (Nico Moreno, Rumbolt) 10:31.

Girls basketball

MOUNT EVERETT 66, SCI-TECH 29

SHEFFIELD >> The Mount Everett girls basketball team secured its passage to the Western Mass. tournament with a 66-29 win over Sci-Tech on Friday night.

The win pushes the Eagles to 10-3 on the season.

Jess Abbott led Mount Everett with a double-double, dropping 10 points and 11 rebounds. Parker Snyder added 13 points, and Gwendolyn Carpenter led all Mount Everett players with 15.

Desiree Crawford had a game-high 17 points for Sci-Tech.

"The defensive effort was what we wanted [tonight]," Mount Everett coach Scott Rote said. "The kids worked hard, ball movement was better, and we limited our turnovers. Sci-Tech was a bigger team than us, so we were happy on the boards. [Madison] Ullrich, Abbott and Snyder did a nice job on the boards for us."

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SCI-TECH (29)

Crawford 7-3-17, Reid 0-0-0, Brooke 1-0-2, Torres 0-1-1, Harrington 1-1-3, Schelmelty 1-0-2, Wilson 2-0-4, Goodrow 0-0-0, Daniels 0-0-0. Totals 12-5-29.

MOUNT EVERETT (66)

Carpenter 2-11-15, Snyder 5-2-13, Abbott 5-0-10, Coon 3-1-7, Devoti 1-0-2, Ullrich 3-2-8, Robitaille 1-0-2, Netzer 4-0-9, Seward 0-0-0, Hill 0-0-0. Totals 24-16-66.

Sci-Tech 8 9 7 5 — 29

Mount Everett 17 19 18 12 — 66

3-point goals — ME 2 (Netzer, Snyder).

Swimming

MONUMENT SWEEPS PITTSFIELD

PITTSFIELD >> Two swimmers earned spots in the Western Massachusetts championships as Monument Mountain swept a meet against host Pittsfield. The boys won 56-35 and the girls won 60-34.

In the boys' meet, Pittsfield's Greg Fournier qualified in the 100 freestyle with a winning time of 56.25. On the girls side, Monument's Olivia Rubino won the 50 freestyle in a qualifying time of 27.97.

The Spartans won every individual race in the girls meet, and eight different swimmers were victorious. Three Monument swimmers were double individual winners. Nick Gray won the 200 freestyle and 100 butterfly, Ben Wyatt won the 50 free and 100 breaststroke, while Brandon Louison won the 500 free and 100 back.

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Monument boys 56, Pittsfield 35

200 medley relay — 1. Monument (Nick Dillon, Ben Wyatt, Brandon Louison Mazy Moeini) 1:53.03; 2. Pittsfield 1:59.44; 3. Monument 2:19.00.

200 freestyle — 1. Nick Gray (MM) 2:01.68; 2. Evan Dempsey (P) 2:17.72; 3. Donny Fitzgibbons (P) 2:28.78.

200 individual medley — 1. Nick Dillon (MM) 2:20.53; 2. Liam Mooney (P) 2:26.50; 3. Mazy Moeini (MM) 2:44.69.

50 free — 1. Ben Wyatt (MM) 24.84; 2. Greg Fournier (P) 25.63; 3. Nate Elzner (P) 27.50.

100 butterfly — 1. Gray 58.97; 2. Jimmy Jay Chassi (MM) 1:12.31.

100 free — 1. Fournier 56.25; 2. Dillon 57.00, Dempsey 1:02.97.

500 free — 1. Brandon Louison (MM) 5:09.53; 2. Lucas Godwin (P) 5:44.44; 3. Chassi 6:17.31.

200 free relay — 1. Monument (Gray, Tyler Harrington, Dillon, Wyatt) 1:45.53; 2. Pittsfield 1:46.78.

100 backstroke — 1. Louison 56.66; 2. Godwin 1:04.38; 3. Moeini 1:18.18.

100 breaststroke — 1. Wyatt 1:10.44; 2. Elzner 1:22.44; 3. Hayden Plouffe (P) 1:24.28.

400 free relay — 1. Monument (Chassi, Moeini, Gray, Louison) 3:51.97; 2. Pittsfield 3:57.28.

Monument girls 60, Pittsfield 34

200 medley relay — 1. Monument (Emma Wilber, Grace Phair, Aubrey Blanchard, Kathleen Bissaillon) 2:06.39; 2. Pittsfield 2:16.97; 3. Monument 2:30.22.

200 free — 1. Kayla Dillon (MM) 2:13.62; 2. Hannah King (P) 2:22.53; 3. Colleen Hickey (P) 2:29.19.

200 IM — 1. Emma Wilber (MM) 2:20.53; 2. Emily Taylor (P) 2:46.81; 3. Sophie Elser (P) 2:58.56.

50 free — 1. Olivia Rubino (MM) 27.97; 2. Sophie Burnell (MM) 29.13; 3. Sahra Abderraheim (P) 29.84.

100 fly — 1. Grace Phair (MM) 1:12.13; 2. Meagan Ellis (P) 1:19.00; 3. Micha Haftl (MM) 1:23.28.

100 free — 1. Ana Rubino (MM) 1:00.62; 2. Aubrey Blanchard (MM) 1:02.63; 3. Abby Marsh (P) 1:02.75.

500 free — 1. Kathleen Bissaillon (MM) 6:02.28; 2. King 6:30.72; 3. Brianna McCann (P) 6:51.32.

200 free relay — 1. Monument (Caroline Bissaillon, Kate Nourse, Haftl, Burrell) 1:57.04; 2. Pittsfield 2:00.16; 3. Monument 2:10.85.

100 back — 1. Kate Nourse (MM) 1:12.53; 2. Ellis 1:12.84; 3. Briana Nicola (P) 1:20.93.

100 breast — 1. Caroline Bissaillon (MM) 1:16.06; 2. Marsh 1:26.00; 3. Taylor 1:21.59.

400 free relay — 1. Monument (Dillon, O. Rubino, Jordan Miller, A. Rubino) 4:20.84; 2. Pittsfield 4:36.94; 3. Monument 4:56.31.


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