Local roundup: Mount Greylock boys clinch Western Mass. berth

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WILLIAMSTOWN — The Mount Greylock boys basketball team defeated Greenfield 49-34 on Wednesday. The win gives the Mounties their 10th win of the season, earning a trip to the Western Massachusetts tournament.

After playing to a 13-13 first quarter, the Mounties buckled down on defense, limiting Greenfield to eight points in quarters two and three combined.

Zach Ronnow led Greylock (10-6) with 16 points. Sean McCormack had 15 points and Pat Storie added 13 points.

"I'm really proud of the kids," Mount Greylock coach Bob Thistle said. "We graduated seven seniors and our starting five. ... These guys worked really hard and it feels great to be in Western Mass."

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GREENFIELD (34)

Boissonneault 1-0-3, Larange 0-0-0, Kennedy 1-0-2, Joy 1-2-4, Pirashkov 1-4-6, Avery 1-1-3, Cloutier 0-1-1, Mendez 5-1-11, Felogloy 1-2-4. Totals: 11-11-34.

GREYLOCK (49)

Dils 0-1-1, A. Ronnow 1-0-2, Filson 0-0-0, McCormack 6-3-15, Foehl 1-0-2, Storie 5-0-13, Joy 0-0-0, Condon 0-0-0, Z. Ronnow 6-3-16, Hadley 0-0-0. Totals: 19-7-49

Greenfield 13 5 3 12 — 34

Greylock 13 10 19 7 — 49

3-point goals — G 1 (Boissonneault). MG 4 (Storie 3, Ronnow).

Girls Basketball

WAHCONAH 58, MONUMENT MOUNTAIN 44

GREAT BARRINGTON >> Emmy Cote scored 21 points to lead Wahconah over Monument Mountain.

Ashley Zink contributed 15 points while Lily Pudlo had 13 for the Warriors (12-5, 5-3 Berkshire North).

"They played well," Monument coach Steve Soule said. "They shot very well and they defended well. We just didn't play well enough. Wahconah played better than we did."

Halle Hassett led the Spartans (6-12, 1-7) with 13 points while Lily Cormier recorded 12.

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WAHCONAH (58)

McMahon 1-0-2, Brennan 0-0-0, Zink 5-4-15, George 1-0-2, Cote 7-2-21, Pudlo 4-5-13, Gagliardi 0-0-0, O'Connor 0-3-3, Gamberoni 1-0-2. Totals 19-14-58

MONUMENT MOUNTAIN (44)

McLaughlin 1-3-5, Hu. Hassett 0-2-2, Kelly 2-0-4, Powell 2-2-6, Saporito 0-0-0, Cormier 4-0-12, Higgins 1-0-2, Ha. Hassett 5-3-13, Dupont 0-0-0. Totals 15-10-44.

Wahconah 17 19 14 8 — 58

Monument 13 11 8 12 — 44

3-point goals — W 6 (Cote 5, Zink). MM 4 (Cormier 4).

LEE 49, ST. JOSEPH 14

LEE >> Karli Retzel scored 18 points to lead Lee past St. Joseph.

Retzel's scoring output included four 3-pointers while Brianna Hawley chipped in eight points for the Wildcats (9-8, 4-3 Berkshire South).

Lee got off to a quick start, leading 21-4 through one quarter and taking a 37-9 lead into halftime.

Liz Bean led the Crusaders (3-10, 0-7) with nine points while Ilyssa Creamer had five.

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ST. JOSEPH (14)

Creamer 2-1-5, Hing 0-0-0, Hamilton 0-0-0, Wang 0-0-0, Gomez 0-0-0, Wu 0-0-0, Ling 0-0-0, C. Bean 0-0-0, Wiles 0-0-0, L. Bean 2-5-9. Totals 4-6-14.

LEE (49)

Williams 2-0-4, Walker 1-0-2, Bartini 2-0-4, Retzel 7-0-18, Sera 1-1-3, Finnegan 0-0-0, Hawley 3-2-8, DeSantis 2-1-5, Sands 0-1-1, Macchi 2-0-4. Totals 20-5-49.

St. Joseph 4 5 2 3 — 14

Lee 21 16 7 5 — 49

3-point goals — L 4 (Retzel 4).

College Basketball

MCLA MEN 75, FRAMINGHAM STATE 58

NORTH ADAMS >> Dakari Hannah-Wornum scored 15 points and recorded 16 rebounds for MCLA in a win over Framingham State.

It's the second win over the past three games for the Trailblazers (6-16, 2-8 MASCAC) as Careem Kirksey added 12 points off the bench for MCLA.

For Framingham State (4-18, 1-9), Bertholyn Alexandre led the way with 22 points and 14 rebounds.

MCLA plays next at Fitchburg State on Saturday at 3 p.m.

FRAMINGHAM STATE 83, MCLA WOMEN 52

NORTH ADAMS >> Kayla Hotaling scored 21 points and added 14 rebounds for MCLA, but the Trailblazers fell to visiting Framingham State.

Karina Mattera scored 16 points for MCLA (11-11, 3-7 MASCAC). The Trailblazers were down two at the end of the first quarter, but that lead was extended to 13 by Framingham State at halftime.

Raegan Mulherin scored 26 points for Framingham State (16-6, 8-2) while Raegan Mulherin contributed 14 points and added 12 rebounds.

MCLA is back in action on Saturday when it faces Fitchburg State on the road at 1 p.m.


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