High School Roundup: Wahconah girls beat Greylock on road

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WILLIAMSTOWN — Strong second and third quarters lifted the Wahconah girls basketball team to a road victory against Mount Greylock, 46-29.

The Warriors outscored the Mounties by 13 points in those two frames alone en route to the 17-point victory.

Kenna McIlquham led Wahconah with 11 points while Ashley Zink chipped in 10.

Julia O'Connor contributed nine points for the Warriors and Amelia Dougherty registered eight.

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WAHCONAH (46)

Zink 4-2-10, McIlquham 4-3-11, Cote 2-0-4, Pudlo 1-0-2, Dougherty 2-3-8, Gagliardi 1-0-2, O'Connor 4-0-9. Totals 18-8-46.

MOUNT GREYLOCK (29)

Walden 1-1-3, Albert 1-0-2, Dodig 1-0-3, E. Cerveira 1-1-3, Stripp 2-1-5, Benzinger 6-1-13. Totals 12-4-29.

Wahconah 12 13 14 7 — 46

Greylock 10 6 8 5 — 29

3-point goals: W 2 (Dougherty, O'Connor). MG 1 (Dodig).

BELCHERTOWN 70, TACONIC 42

BELCHERTOWN >> Belchertown's big first quarter allowed the Orioles to earn a comfortable win over Taconic.

The host jumped out to a 26-4 lead in the first, and took a 23-point lead into halftime. Kayla Henry led Belchertown with 23 points. Janee Walker led Taconic with 11.

Taconic falls to 2-5.

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TACONIC (42)

Walker 4-1-11, Henault 2-0-4, Quinto 1-2-4, Gittens 1-0-2, Rufo 2-0-5, Rodriguez 4-1-10, Paris 1-2-4, Lazitas 1-0-2. Totals: 16-6-42.

BELCHERTOWN (70)

Jopson 2-3-7, Henry 9-4-23, Lounder 2-1-7, Johnson 3-1-8, Duffy 1-0-3, S. Birks 3-2-8, Mackenzie 2-1-5, J. Birks 1-0-2, McLean 1-2-4, Leblanc 0-0-0, White 1-1-3. Totals: 25-15-70.

Taconic 4 14 13 11 — 42

Belchertown 26 15 16 13 — 70

3-point goals — T 4 (Walker 2, Rufo 1, Rodriguez 1). B 5 (Lounder 2, Henry 1, Johnson 1, Duffy 1).

Boys Basketball

LEE 53, ST. MARY'S 28

WESTFIELD >> A 15-point first quarter lead was all the Lee boys basketball team needed on the road against St. Mary's.

Lee turned a 21-6 advantage through one quarter into a 39-13 halftime lead.

Overall, Matt Reynolds scored 13 points for the Wildcats while Ben Harding added 10.

"I got a ton of my younger kids in, it was a good experience for them," Lee coach Tom Finnegan said. "They got to play a lot in a varsity game. It was good for the young kids to get out there and run the offense."

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LEE (53)

Rivera 1-0-2, Castegnaro 3-1-8, Winston 1-0-2, Harding 4-2-10, Sampson 3-0-6, Reynolds 6-0-13, Zia 3-0-6, Lohbauer 1-0-2, Johnson 2-0-4. Totals 24-3-53.

ST. MARY'S (28)

Collins 5-1-11, Butler 2-2-6, Ilnicki 2-0-5, Rockwal 1-0-2, Willenburg 1-0-2, Puig 1-0-2. Totals 12-3-28.

Lee 21 18 10 4 — 53

St. Mary's 6 7 6 9 — 28

3-point goals: L 2 (Reynolds, Castegnaro). SM 1 (Ilnicki).

HOUSATONIC VALLEY 74, MOUNT EVERETT 51

FALLS VILLAGE, Conn. >> Visiting Mount Everett (0-8) trailed by two points after one quarter, but Housatonic Valley pulled away in the second half.

"They played [tough] man-to-man and we didn't do a good job of taking care of the ball at all," said Everett coach Jowe Warren.

Cassius Conaway had a game-high 20 points to lead Mount Everett, while Dan Litchfield added 13 and Kenny Krom had 12.

Four Housatonic Valley players scored in double figures, led by Matt Vadakin's 16 and Jacob Shtur's 13.

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Mount Everett (51)

C. Conaway 8-4-20, Litchfield 4-2-13, Carpenter 0-0-0, Gulotta 1-0-3, Twing 1-0-3, Greenberg 0-0-0, Aitchinson 0-0-0, Robitaille 0-0-0, Behne 0-0-0, Krom 5-2-12.

Housatonic Valley (74)

Shtur 403013, Brinson 1-2-4, Larkin 1-0-2,m Lyle 0-0-0, Considine 4-0-10, Vadakin 5-3-16, Sprague 2-0-4, Hickey 3-2-8, Johnson 2-0-4, Bean 3-4-11, Pierce 0-2-2. Totals 25-16-74.

Everett 11 10 14 16 — 51

H. Valley 13 17 17 27 — 74

3-point goals — ME 5 (Litchfield 3, Gulotta, Twing). HV 8 (Vadakin 3, Considine 2, Shtur 2, Bean).

MCCANN TECH 50, GATEWAY 42

NORTH ADAMS >> McCann Tech's Steve Lemire scored six of his 15 points in the fourth quarter, leading the Hornets over Gateway.

Jacob Obstrobinski and Collin Racette added eight points each.

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GATEWAY (42)

Daniels 0-0-0, Turban 2-2-8, McKittrick 1-0-2, Morean 3-0-8, Kowal 4-7-16, Mastello 1-6-8. Totals: 11-15-42.

McCANN TECH (50)

Jordan 2-0-5, L. Tower 1-0-3, Racette 2-3-8, J. Tower 2-2-4, Ostrobinski 4-0-8, Lincoln 1-1-3, Lemire 7-0-15, Cellana 2-0-4. Totals: 21-4-50.

McCann 14 8 17 11 — 50

Gateway 6 13 17 6 — 42

3-point goals — G 5 (Turban 2, Morean 2, Kowal 1). MT 4 (Jordan 1, L. Tower 1, Racette 1, Lemire 1).

High School Wrestling

MOUNT GREYLOCK 51, MOUNT EVERETT 24

SHEFFIELD >> The Mount Greylock wrestling team won only one of four contested matches against Mount Everett, but a series of forfeits through the rest of the weight classes propelled the Mounties to victory.

Cam Honiker of Greylock won the 126-pound match while the Mount Everett trio of Zachary Lupiani (106), Anthony Lupiani (113) and Pat Fosby (120) each won.

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106: Zachary Lupiani (ME) pinned Darren Pelletier (MG), 1:59

113: Anthony Lupiani (ME) pinned Adam Cohen (MG), 3:45

120: Pat Fosby (ME) dec. Robert Sutter (MG), 7-0

126: Cam Honiker (MG) pinned Charles Kerzner (ME), 3:36

High School Hockey

BRATTLEBORO 6, TACONIC 4

BRATTLEBORO, VT. >> Four different goal scorers weren't quite enough for the Taconic hockey team on the road against Brattleboro.

Andy Cella, Steve Poripski, Patrick Terpak and Nikos Gian each scored for the Braves. Terpak had two assists while Brian Henault had one.

Brattleboro led, 3-2, after a high-scoring first period before two goals apiece in the second gave the home squad a 5-4 advantage heading into the final frame.

From there, Brattleboro got an insurance goal in the third period.

Prep schools

MISS HALL'S 56, MILLBROOK 27

PITTSFIELD >> Grace Guachione and Sarah Willson combined to score 40 points as they paced Miss Hall's School to a win over Millbrook.

The Hurricanes led by 20 points early on, but led by only 11 points at halftime. The Hurricanes pulled away and led by as many as 30 in the second half.

Guachione had a game-high 24 points and eight rebounds while Willson had 16 points and six boards. Shae Daley added eight points and four boards for Miss Hall's.


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