High school roundup: Lenox girls pick up win over Hopkins
LENOX — Alice Najimy scored 19 points while Jackie Hathaway contributed 11 in Lenox's 51-38 victory over Hopkins on Saturday. Each hit three 3-pointers, part of nine overall for the Millionaires (3-11).
Defensively, Lenox only allowed Hopkins to score nine points in the first half.
"We were all-out, full court press," Lenox coach Mike Nykorchuck said. "I was very happy because we did the same thing against Lee the night before, and that was an overtime loss.
"We really didn't convert too well in the first quarter, but the defense was good throughout. It was one of our better efforts of the year."
As a team, the Millionaires finished the night with 24 steals. They're back in action Monday against Wahconah.
S. Jenks 3-4-10, Tudryn 4-1-9, Stevens 1-0-2, Wackerbarth 2-1-5, A. Safron 0-2-2, Gardiner 1-0-2, C. Safron 1-0-2, A. Jenks 1-2-4, Palmisano 1-0-2. Totals 14-10-38.
LaChance 1-0-3, Brown 1-0-2, Herrick 1-0-3, Parkinson 1-0-2, Najimy 7-2-19, Hathaway 4-0-11, Gamberoni 3-0-7, Alward 1-0-2, Sibley 1-0-2. Totals 20-2-51.
Hopkins 3 6 12 17 — 38
Lenox 12 8 21 10 — 51
3-point goals — L 9 (Najimy 3, Hathaway 3, LaChance. Herrick, Gamberoni).
High School Boys Basketball
HOOSAC VALLEY 57, MOUNT GREYLOCK 29
CHESHIRE >> Hoosac Valley used its high-energy defense to defeat Mount Greylock on Saturday.
Greylock managed just 10 points in the second half. Hoosac (8-5) turned it defense to offense, extending its lead every quarter.
The Hurricanes' defense has been light out during its three-game winning streak, allowing an average of 31 points per game.
Jameson Coughlan led the 'Canes with 12 points. Avery Hall and Dahndray Sistrunk had 11 points each.
"We've had a lot of energy [on defense]," Hoosac coach Bill Robinson said. "We've had terrific energy all week long. Really proud of how they've been playing. They're playing their best ball of the year."
Dils 1-0-3, A. Ronnow 1-0-2, Filson 0-0-0, McCormack 4-0-8, Foehl 1-0-2, Storie 3-0-8, Joy 0-0-0, Condon 0-0-0, Z. Ronnow 0-2-2. Hadley 2-0-4. Totals: 12-2-29.
Hall 4-1-11, Rousseau 1-2-5, Hayer 0-0-0, Carlow 1-0-2, Koperniak 2-0-5, McGrath 1-2-4, Lancia 2-0-5, Mendel 0-0-0, Sistrunk 4-2-11, Barrow 0-2-2, Coughlan 6-0-12. Totals: 21-9-57.
Greylock 8 11 7 3 — 29
Hoosac 19 14 15 9 — 57
3-point goals — MG 3 (Dils, Storie 2). HV 6 (Hall 2, Rousseau, Koperniak, Lancia, Sistrunk).
High School Hockey
MOUNT EVERETT 6, SOUTHEASTERN 3
SHEFFIELD >> Jake Corcoran and Brendan Dempsey each scored twice and added two assists to lead Mount Everett on Saturday.
Southeastern (Conn.) jumped out to a 2-0 lead through one period, but Corcoran and Dempsey scored back-to-back goals to open the second period and tie the score. Despite the early deficit, the Eagles outshot their opponents 13-8 in the first period.
After Southeastern re-took the lead, 3-2, it was Dempsey that scored off a dish from Corcoran to tie it heading into the third.
In the third, Corcoran scored followed by goals from Charlie Grace and Carly Duval to seal it.
Jonah Swotes made 35 saves for the Eagles.
DARROW BOYS 59, HOOSAC SCHOOL 35
HOOSICK, N.Y. >> Jasneal Pabla, Taylor Xu and Jason Bumbray led the offense for Darrow in its third consecutive victory on Saturday.
Kofi Poku, Frank Deng and Kevin Yang all contributed as well with strong rebounding. Darrow is back in action on Thursday when it takes on New Lebanon in a league game at home.
DARROW GIRLS 43, HOOSAC SCHOOL 22
NEW LEBANON, N.Y. >> The Darrow girls picked up their sixth consecutive victory at home on Saturday when they defeated Hoosac School.
Luna Porcaro scored 14 points for Darrow while Rochelle Foster added 13. Each had six steals while Foster contributed four assists as well.
Darrow continues its slate with a game on Wednesday at Marvelwood School before home games against Poughkeepsie Day School on Thursday and Emma Willard on Friday.
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