High school roundup: Mount Greylock boys top Lenox

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WILLIAMSTOWN >> Zach Ronnow scored 23 points and Pat Storie added 22 for Mount Greylock in a 60-56 win over Lenox.

The Mounties (11-6, 7-3 Berkshire South) held off the Millionaires despite 21 points from Tyler Shepard.

Patrick Colvin added 18 points for a Lenox squad that fell to 9-8 overall and 6-5 in the South.

"It was a hard fought game, our kids kind of grinded it out," Mount Greylock coach Bob Thistle said. "Colvin is a really good player, good shooter, and he got hot late... We were mentally tough down the stretch."

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LENOX (56)

Colvin 4-8-18, Reynolds 1-0-2, Hurley 1-0-3, Shepard 6-5-21, Farevaag 2-0-6, Coakley 1-0-2, Heppleston 1-2-4. Totals 16-15-56.

MOUNT GREYLOCK (60)

Dils 2-0-4, McCormack 2-2-6, Foehl 1-0-3, Storie 7-4-22, Joy 1-0-2, Z. Ronnow 11-0-23. Totals 24-6-60.

Lenox618181456
Greylock1122151260

3-point goals — L 9 (Shepard 4, Colvin 2, Farevaag 2, Hurley). MG 6 (Storie 4, Foehl, Z. Ronnow).

LEE 54, MONUMENT MOUNTAIN 52

LEE >> Josh Sampson scored 16 points to move Lee within one game of Western Mass. after its victory over Monument Mountain.

Matt Reynolds and Ben Harding each scored 13 points for the Wildcats (9-7, 4-5 Berkshire South).

David Riegel scored 16 points for the Spartans (6-11, 3-7) while Zach Tinker added 13.

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MONUMENT MOUNTAIN (52)

Perry 3-4-11, Newey 1-0-2, Riegel 6-0-16, Troiano 2-0-4, Aberdale 1-1-3, Tinker 5-3-13. Totals 18-8-52.

LEE (54)

Harding 5-2-13, Sampson 5-4-16, Buratto 2-2-6, Reynolds 4-4-13, Johnson 2-0-6. Totals 18-12-54.

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Lee717151554

3-point goals: MM 5 (Riegel 4, Perry). Lee 6 (Johnson 2, Sampson 2, Reynolds, Harding).

ST. JOSEPH 70, NEW LEBANON 39

PITTSFIELD >> Joey Maynard scored 24 points to lead St. Joseph to a 31-point victory over New Lebanon (N.Y.).

Maynard also added 16 rebounds, five blocks and four steals for the Crusaders (3-12).

Mike Gingras contributed 23 points for St. Joseph while Jamal Beda registered 11 points.

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NEW LEBANON (39)

Haaf 2-0-6, Lambert 0-0-0, Pawlaws 0-0-0, Paul 3-0-6, Erickson 3-0-8, Ouch 0-0-0, Bengler 0-0-0, Sawyer 1-0-2, Smith 1-0-2, Mapoli 6-2-14. Totals 16-2-39.

ST. JOSEPH (70)

Maynard 8-7-24, Gingras 8-2-23, Beda 3-5-11, Tynan 1-2-4, Fox 2-0-5, Niang 1-0-2, Winters 0-0-0, Ortiz 0-1-1. Totals 23-17-70.

New Lebanon81051539
St. Joseph1114202570

3-point goals — NL 3 (Haaf 2, Erickson). SJ 6 (Gingras 5, Maynard).

High School Girls Basketball

MCCANN TECH 28, MOHAWK 25

NORTH ADAMS >> The McCann Tech girls basketball team picked up a 28-25 win over Mohawk on Friday night.

Allie Gibeau had seven to lead McCann, while Alanza Quinones and Kelly Dobbert each added six.

McCann (5-12) trailed 9-7 after the first half, but a 12-7 third quarter turned the tide and set up the win.

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MOHAWK (25)

Lively 1-2-4, Reid 2-0-6, Poplawski 1-0-2, Reynolds 1-0-2, Poplowski 4-3-11. Totals 9-5-25.

MCCANN TECH (28)

Budaj 0-0-0, Dobbert 2-2-6, Dowling 1-1-3, Quinones 3-0-6, Deblois 0-0-0, Dean 0-1-1, Gibeau 1-4-7, Malloy 1-1-3, Felton 0-0-0. Totals 11-8-28.

Mohawk547925
McCann5212928

3-point goals — M 2 (Reid 2), MT 1 (Gibeau).

Hockey

GUILDERLAND 10, TACONIC 5

PITTSFIELD >> Nikos Gian and Kevin Quinto each scored twice for Taconic in its loss to Guilderland (N.Y.).

Andy Cella also scored while Gian added an assist. Shane Tierney and Brian Henault each recorded two assists for the Braves (3-12).

Kyle Bennett recorded a hat trick for Guilderland. The road squad led, 2-1, after one period and extended its advantage to 8-4 through two.

NEWTOWN 6, MOUNT EVERETT 2

SHEFFIELD >> Jonah Swotes registered 42 saves in Mount Everett's loss to Newtown (Conn.).

Brendan Dempsey and Jake Corcoran each scored and recorded an assist for the Eagles (2-9-3) while Matt DiSilva and Max Joyner each added an assist.

Scott McLean scored twice for Newtown.


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