Local roundup: Lenox boys earn trip to Western Mass.

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LENOX >> The Lenox boys earned a trip to the Western Massachusetts Division IV tournament Tuesday night, beating McCann Tech 54-24.

"We're definitely happy to be in the tournament," Lenox coach Scott Sibley said. "The kids turned it up early this evening and kind of went from there. We're very happy to get No. 10."

The Millionaires (10-8) jumped out to a 16-4 lead after one quarter and led 32-4 at halftime.

Every Lenox player who got in the game scored. Patrick Colvin was the only Millionaire to reach double figures. Ethan Sheldon had 10 for McCann.

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McCANN TECH (24)

Jordan 2-0-4, Galipeau 2-0-4, Cellana 1-0-2, Sheldon 3-2-10, Delmolino 1-0-3, Rodriguez 0-1-1. Totals 9-3-24.

LENOX (54)

Colvin 5-0-15, Reynolds 2-0-4, Hurley 2-0-5, Shepard 1-0-2, Abderhalden 3-0-6, Farevaag 2-0-5, Coakley 1-0-2, Hedges 1-0-2, Ellrodt 2-1-6, Heppleston 2-0-4, Downer 1-0-3. Totals 22-1-54.

McCann 4 0 11 9 — 24

Lenox 16 18 11 9 — 54

3-point goals — MT 3 (Sheldon 2, Delmolino) L 9 (Colvin 5, Hurley, Farevaag, Ellrodt, Downer).

TACONIC 90, LEE 44

PITTSFIELD >> The Braves (15-2, 9-1) clinched at least a tie for the North Division title with the win.

Taconic jumped all over Lee, outscoring the Wildcats 24-2 after the first quarter. The Wildcats never caught up.

"In tonight's game, we were very active," said Hoosac coach Bill Heaphy, whose team had 23 steals and 32 offensive rebounds. "That's what got us going."

Deonte Sandifer had a game-high 16 points for Taconic, and was one of four Braves in double figures. Treyvon Ringgold had 12, while Brett Murphy and Matt Stracuzzi had 11 each. Josh Sampson had 13 for Lee and Patrick Finnegan had 11.

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LEE (44)

Rivera 1-0-2, Finnegan 4-0-11, Roosa 0-0-0, Harding 1-0-2, Sampson 6-0-13, Buratto 1-4-6, Reynolds 1-3-6, Thomas 1-0-2, Johnson 0-2-2, Castegnaro 0-0-0, Castillo 0-0-0. Totals 15-9-44.

TACONIC (90)

Cotto 1-3-5, Sandifer 6-2-15, Mestre 2-2-6, Stracuzzi 4-0-11, Walker 1-0-3, Cooney 0-0-0, Whiteley 2-0-4, McNeice 1-0-3, Murphy 5-0-11, Abel 0-1-1, Reardon 2-2-7, Valuski 3-0-7, Ringgold 5-2-12, McIntosh 1-0-2, Pfeiffer 1-0-2. Totals 34-13-90

Lee 2 29 15 7 — 44

Taconic 24 20 22 24 — 90

3-point goals — L 5 (Finnegan 3, Sampson, Reynolds). T 9 (Stracuzzi 3, Sandifer, McNeice, Murphy, Reardon, Valuski, Walker).

MOUNT GREYLOCK 62, MONUMENT MOUNTAIN 45

GREAT BARRINGTON >> Zach Ronnow had a game-high 22 points and was one of three Greylock players to score in double figures in a win over Monument (6-12). The win clinched at least a share of the South title for the Mounties.

The Mounties jumped out to a 19-8 lead and led 40-22 at halftime. That was too much for the Spartans to come back from.

"Greylock came out shooting the ball real well," Monument coach Mike Saporito said. "Forty points was the most we gave up [in the first half] all season. We were never in the game because of the way they came out."

Patrick Storie had 18 points for the Mounties and Michael McCormack added 10. Steve Cardillo led Monument with 11 points.

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MOUNT GREYLOCK (62)

Dils 2-0-5, A. Ronnow 0-2-2, Filson 0-0-0, McCormack 5-0-10, Foehl 1-2-5, Storie 7-0-18, Joy 0-0-0, Z. Ronnow 9-2-22, Hadley 0-0-0. Totals 24-6-62

MONUMENT MOUNTAIN (45)

Perry 0-0-0, Cardillo 5-0-11, Peretti 0-2-2, Newey 0-0-0, Riegel 1-0-3, Troiano 2-0-5, Piepho 2-1-5, Aberdale 2-2-8, Tinker 3-2-8, Powell 0-0-0, Herrick 1-0-3. Totals 15-7-45.

Greylock 19 21 12 10 — 62

Monument 8 14 16 7 — 45

3-point goals — MG 8 (Storie 4, Z. Ronnow 2, Dils, Foehl). MM 6 (Aberdale 2, Cardillo, Riegel, Troiano, Herrick).

PITTSFIELD 64, WAHCONAH 53

DALTON >> Louis Higuera scored 21 points to lead Pittsfield to a win over Wahconah.

Anthony Reinhold scored 14 points for the Generals, helping the team to improve to 11-7 overall and 8-4 in the Berkshire North.

Shane Sinopoli scored a career-high 21 for the Generals (7-11, 4-7), but the squad was eliminated from postseason consideration with the loss.

"I was proud of the effort," Wahconah coach Dustin Belcher said. "My seniors stepped up tonight. As a group, the seniors did a nice job trying to keep us alive, but at the end of the day, Pittsfield made shots."

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PITTSFIELD (64)

Reinhold 5-2-14, McDonough 1-3-6, Moore 1-0-2, Higuera 7-6-21, Muzzy 1-1-3, Rodriguez 2-2-6, Nassif 4-2-12. Totals 21-18-64.

WAHCONAH (53)

Schneider 1-0-2, Morrison 3-10-16, Sinopoli 8-4-21, Steinman 4-0-10, Lavinio 1-0-2, Roughley 0-2-2, Noyes 0-0-0, Washburn 0-0-0, Donnelly 0-0-0. Totals 17-16-53.

Pittsfield 18 6 15 25 — 64

Wahconah 11 11 12 19 — 53

3-point field goals — P 4 (Nassif 2, McDonough, Higuera). W 3 (Steinman 2, Sinopoli).

Girls Basketball

WAHCONAH 63, BAY PATH VOCATIONAL 26

CHARLTON >> Lily Pudlo scored 21 points to lead Wahconah to a bounce-back win over Bay Path Vocational.

Fewer than 24 hours after a home loss to Pittsfield, the Warriors (13-6) traveled east and poured in seven 3-pointers en route to a 37-point victory.

Ashley Zink hit three of those triples, finishing with 15 points overall. Amelia Dougherty added 11 points for Wahconah.

The Warriors close out the regular season on Thursday when they host Drury.

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WAHCONAH (63)

McMahon 2-0-4, Brennan 2-0-5, Zink 5-2-15, Cote 2-1-7, Pudlo 9-3-21, Dougherty 2-6-11. Totals 22-9-63.

BAY PATH (26)

Wilson 1-2-4, N. Waskiewicz 0-0-0, S. Wongken 3-0-6, Wojick 0-0-0, R. Waskiewicz 0-0-0, Kopytko 2-0-6, Morrison 2-0-4, Vaugel 1-0-2, Houguton 1-2-4, E Wongkan 0-0-0. Totals 8-4-26.

3-point goals — W 7 (Zink 3, Cote 2, Brennan, Dougherty).

College basketball

PINE MANOR 107, MCLA MEN 102

NORTH ADAMS >> It was a happy homecoming for Taverick "Tank" Roberson of Pittsfield.

The former St. Joseph boys basketball standout had a game-high 36 points as Pine Manor outlasted the MCLA men 107-102.

In a matchup of former Crusaders, Roberson outscored ex-teammate Joe Wiggins. The MCLA starter had 24 points, six rebounds and three steals.

Roberson also had six rebounds, five assists and three steals for Pine Manor (15-10), a school in its second year of varsity basketball. His teammate Curtis Hyman had 14 points and 15 rebounds.

MCLA had five players in double figures, including Adam Conquest who had a double-double with 12 points and 15 rebounds. Collin Parrott of Dalton came off the bench for MCLA (6-18) to score 10 points.

There were 178 field goals take in the game, 95 by MCLA. The two teams combined to attempt 50 3-point shots and made 16 of them.

MCLA WOMEN 55, NORWICH 50

NORTH ADAMS >> In the opening game of a non-league doubleheader, Courtney6 Pingelski came off the bench to score 16 points in 14 minutes as the Trailblazers (13-11) rallied to beat visiting Norwich (13-11).

The Cadets led 29-27 at halftime, but the MCLA defense clamped down in the third quarter and held Norwich to eight points. The Trailblazers scored 17 and took over the lead.

Karina Mattera added 10 points for MCLA, while Kayla Hotaling had only six points but a game-high 16 rebounds. Arianna Harrison had 15 points and 14 rebounds to lead the Cadets.


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