Local roundup: Taconic wrestling outlasts Mount Greylock

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PITTSFIELD — Tuesday's wrestling match between Taconic and Mount Greylock came down to the wire. Mount Greylock held a slim lead late, but the final match between heavyweights Dalton Peck and Nick Belovin was the deciding factor, as Peck pinned Belovin in 2 minutes and 47 seconds, clinching the 40-39 victory for the Braves.

Peck's pin gave the Braves their second late-match win over the Mounties of the season.

At 182 pounds Taconic's Austin Houghtaling pinned Brock Strong in one minute. Isiah Williams (152), Mason Papirio (138), and Zack Mathis (106) also earned pins. Zabion Powell earned a 13-1 major decision over Dillon Whiteley.

Greylock's Adam Cohen pinned Ari Burke in 3:11. Cam Honiker (126), Cayman Mead (145), Devin Pelletier (170) and Alex Griffiths (220) Dakota Lane earned a decision over Marky Perras 8-6.

"We were down by five so we needed a pin to win," Taconic coach Jeremy Tetreault said. "I knew it was going to be close — it's midseason and everybody is kind of banged up — but I knew we could win and it came down to the last match.

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106: Zack Mathis (T) pinned Darren Pelletier in 1:44.

113: Adam Cohen (MG) pinned Ari Burke in 3:11.

120: Robert Suter (MG) forfeit.

126 Cam Honiker (MG) pinned Jake Maher.

132 Zabion Powell major decision over Dillon Whiteley 13-1.

138: Mason Papirio (T) pinned Jake Ponpier in 1:50.

145: Cayman Mead (MG) pinned Chris Loggins in 55 seconds.

152: Isiah Williams (T) pinned Adam Petricca in 1:45

160: Dakota Lane (MG) decision over Marky Perras 8-6.

170: Devin Pelletier (MG) pinned Tanner Hastings in 3:14

182: Austin Houghtaling (T) pinned Brock Strong in 1:00

195: Tyler Klose (T) forfeit.

220: Alex Griffiths (MG) pinned Teyler Hiestand in 1:28.

285: Dalton Peck (T) pinned Nick Belovin in 2:47.

High School Girls Basketball

PITTSFIELD 48, DRURY 37

PITTSFIELD >> Peyton Steinman scored 24 points to lead Pittsfield to a victory over Drury.

She added six assists, five rebounds and four steals for the Generals (6-2). Toni Satrape contributed eight points and five rebounds for Pittsfield.

Molly Moulton led Drury with 14 points.

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DRURY (37)

DiGennaro 1-0-2, LaMarre 1-2-4, M. Moulton 4-4-14, Toomey 2-2-6, J. Moulton 3-0-6, Carlson 2-1-5. Totals 13-9-37.

PITTSFIELD (48)

Steinman 8-7-24, Murphy 0-1-1, Perkett 3-0-6, Eline-Wright 1-0-2, Satrape 4-0-8, Hunt 2-0-4. Curry 1-0-3. Totals 19-8-48.

Drury 6 2 13 16 — 37

Pittsfield 12 7 11 18 — 48

3-point goals — D 2 (M. Moulton 2). P 2 (Steinman 1, Curry 1).

MOUNT EVERETT 65, ST. JOSEPH 30

SHEFFIELD >> Madison Ullrich tallied her first career double-double with 11 points and 14 rebounds in Mount Everett's win over St. Joseph.

Kelsey Netzer added 14 points for the Eagles (7-3) while Parker Snyder contributed 10.

Mount Everett jumped out to a 22-7 lead through one quarter, but a 16-12 second from the Crusaders pulled the road team within 11 at halftime.

"We were very discouraged with the effort in the second quarter," Mount Everett coach Scott Rote said. "So we went in (to halftime) and we just talked about the effort we had in the first quarter. We wanted the intensity to stay the same as we had then."

Ilyssa Creamer led St. Joseph with 16 points.

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ST. JOSEPH (30)

Creamer 6-3-16, Sondrini 2-0-5, L. Bean 0-1-1, C. Bean 0-0-0, Wiles 0-0-0, Gomez 3-0-6, Hamilton 1-0-2, Wu 0-0-0, Ning 0-0-0, Wang 0-0-0. Totals 12-4-30.

MOUNT EVERETT (65)

Seward 3-1-7, Coon 3-1-7, Hill 0-0-0, DeVoti 1-1-3, Ullrich 4-3-11, Robitaille 1-0-2, Abbott 1-0-2, Snyder 4-0-10, Netzer 6-0-14, Carpenter 4-0-9. Totals 27-5-65.

St. Joseph 7 16 4 3 — 30

Everett 22 12 23 8 — 65

3-point goals — SJ 2 (Creamer 1, Sondrini 1). ME 5 (Netzer 2, Snyder 2, Carpenter 1).

HOOSAC VALLEY 64, LENOX 37

CHESHIRE >> Hoosac Valley used its long-range shooting to beat Lenox. The Hurricanes made nine of their 10 3-pointers in the first half, taking a 27-point lead into halftime. Lexi Mercier and Alie Mendal had three 3-pointers each. Madi Ryan led the 'Canes with 13 points. Alice Najimy led the Millionaires with 10 points.

"We've been averaging about nine 3's a game, so we've shooting it pretty well," Hoosac coach Ron Wojcik said. "We moved the ball well, pressed and pressure and scored in transition. They played a lot of zone, so we had to make our open shots."

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LENOX (37)

LaChance 3-0-6, Brown 0-0-0, Herrick 2-2-7, Parkinson 2-0-5, Schiff 0-0-0, Najimy 2-5-10, Hathaway 2-0-5, Gamberoni 1-0-2, Pehlert 0-0-0, Sibley 1-0-2. Totals 13-7-37

HOOSAC (64)

Mericer 3-0-9, Field 3-2-9, Halberson 0-0-0, Garabedian 0-0-0, McMahon 0-1-1, E. Field 2-1-5, Ryan 5-2-13, Mendel 4-1-12, Case 3-0-8, Barrow 1-0-2, Frederick 0-5-5. Totals: 21-12-64.

Lenox 6 7 10 14 — 37

Hoosac 24 16 15 9 — 64

3-point goals — L 4 (Herrick 1, Parkinson 1, Najimy 1, Hathaway 1). HV 10 (Mercier 3, F. Field 1, Ryan 1, Mendel 3, Case 2).

BRATTLEBORO 51, MONUMENT MOUNTAIN 47

BRATTLEBORO >> Brattleboro's big fourth quarter led the Colonials over Monument Mountain.

The host used a 22-point final quarter to erase Monument's lead. Gabrielle Carpenter led Brattleboro (5-3) with 16 points. Devin Millerick added 15 points.

Annika Helmke led Monument with 19 points. Addie McLaughlin added 16 points.

"They played a lot harder than we did in the fourth," Monument coach Steve Soule said. "Some shots fell that weren't falling [earlier] and they build on that momentum. They executed and we didn't play our best quarter."

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MONUMENT (47)

McLaughlin 6-0-16, Troiano 0-0-0, Powell 0-0-0, Cormier 2-2-7, Higgins 0-0-0, Rada 0-0-0, Hal. Hassett 2-1-5, Dupont 0-0-0, Helmke 6-5-19. Totals: 16-9-51

BRATTLEBORO (51)

Boyd 0-0-0, Devin Millerick 5-2-15, Taliaserro 1-0-2, Henry 0-0-0, McHulisse 4-0-11, Sargent 0-1-1, Derosia 0-2-2, H. Derosia 2-0-4, Gabrielle Carpenter 5-6-16. Totals: 17-11-51

Monument 16 5 14 12 — 47

Brattleboro 7 9 13 22 — 51

3-point goals — MM 7 (Helmke 2, Cormier 1, McLaughlin 4). B 6 (McHulisse 3, Millerick 3).

Boys Basketball

MCCANN TECH 63, WESTFIELD TECH 60

NORTH ADAMS >> McCann Tech used its defense to hold off a fourth-quarter Westfield Tech rally, earning a close win.

The Hornets (4-3, 4-1) led by 10 after the first quarter, but the Tigers cut their deficit to two heading into the second half.

McCann retook the lead in the third, but the host needed key stops down the stretch to secure the win.

Colin Racette led McCann with 15 points. Four Tigers reached double figures.

"We started running our own stuff instead of sticking with the offense and we got ourselves in trouble," McCann coach Luis Carmona said of his team's near second-half collapse." "[Late in the fourth] we used a lot of defense and heart. Stuck to the gameplan and it worked."

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Westfield 15 18 6 21 — 60

McCann 25 10 11 17 — 63

WESTFIELD (60)

Wood 4-2-10, Stepanchuk 5-1-14, French 4-5-13, Klyuchits 1-1-3, Shevchenko 5-3-13, Santos 0-2-2, Ruiz 1-0-2, Norris 1-0-3. Totals: 20-14-60.

MCCANN (63)

Jordan 0-1-1, Tower 2-3-8, Gallpyu 2-0-4, Racette 5-2-15, J. Tower 3-3-9, Ostrobinski 3-0-7, Lincoln 1-0-2. Lemire 1-0-2, Cellana 2-2-6, Rodriguez 3-0-6, Beany 1-0-3. Totals: 23-11-63.

3-point goals — Racette 3, L. Tower 1, Ostribnksi 1, Beany 1,

High School Swimming

PITTSFIELD SWEEPS TACONIC HILLS

PITTSFIELD >> Lucas Godwin, Greg Fournier and Hannah King each won two individual events for Pittsfield in its sweep of Taconic Hills.

Godwin was victorious in the 100 freestyle and 100 backstroke while Fournier won the 200 free and 100 breaststroke. King finished first in the 200 free and 100 free.

For the road squad, Olivia Hornsby won twice individually (100 butterfly and 100 back).

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GIRLS

200 medley relay — 1. Pittsfield (Ellis, Taylor, Douhan, Marsh) 2:16.35. 2. Taconic Hills 2:16.44. 3. Pittsfield (no time).

200 freestyle — 1. King (P) 1:24.59. 2. Elser (P) 2:24.84. 3. Conway (TH) 2:41.09.

200 individual medley — 1. Taylor (P) 2:15.65. 2. Ellis (P) 2:51.31. 3. G. Howard (TH) 2:45.63.

50 freestyle — 1. B. Nicola (P) 29.15. 2. Abderrahim (P) 30.37. 3. Skabowski (TH) 30.38.

100 butterfly — 1. Hornsby (TH) 1:15.88. 2. Yon (P) 1:24.56. 3. Douhan (P) 1:26.19.

100 freestyle — 1. King (P) 1:04.38. 2. Marsh (P) 1:06.56. 3. Smith (TH) 1:13.13.

500 freestyle — 1. Hickey (P) 6:42.50. 2. G. Howard (TH) 6:47.53. 3. Abderrahim (P) 7:00.60.

200 freestyle relay — 1. Pittsfield (Taylor, King, Marsh, S. Nicola) 2:03.20. 2. Pittsfield 2:09.44. 3. Taconic Hills 2:10.37.

100 backstroke — 1. Hornsby (TH) 1:15.22. 2. Ellis (P) 1:24.00. 3. B. Nicola (P) 1:17.56.

100 breaststroke — 1. Marsh (P) 1:24.00. 2. Taylor (P) 1:26.82. 3. Spacino (TH) 1:31.40.

400 freestyle relay — 1. Pittsfield (Ellis, Douhan, Abderrahim, King) 4:36.06. 2. Pittsfield 4:53.29. 3. Taconic Hills 5:58.93.

BOYS

200 medley relay — 1. Pittsfield (Godwin, Dempsey, Mooney, Halse) 2:02.38. 2. Pittsfield 2:16.19. 3. Taconic Hills 2:29.50.

200 freestyle — 1. Fournier (P) 2:10.32. 2. Fitgibbons (P) 2:28.04. 3. Miller (TH) 2:30.97.

200 individual medley — 1. Flaum (TH) 2:22.22. 2. Mooney (P) 2:23.53. 3. Plouffe (P) 2:47.80.

50 freestyle — 1. Jaeger (TH) 25.81. 2. Hotaling (TH) 26.79. 3. Elzner (P) 28.16.

100 butterfly — 1. Mooney (P) 59.45. 2. Diperi (TH) 1:09.62. 3. Halse (P) 1:16.21.

100 freestyle — 1. Godwin (P) 57.63. 2. Hotaling (TH) 59.87. 3. Dempsey (P) 1:00.56.

500 freestyle — 1. Troy (P) 6:32.60. 2. Fitzgibbons (P) 6:58.60. 3. Diperi (TH) 7:08.25.

200 freestyle relay — 1. Taconic Hills (Hotaling, Miller, Diperi, Flaum) 1:48.13. 2. Pittsfield 1:49.22. 3. Taconic Hills 2:00.85.

100 backstroke — 1. Godwin (P) 1:03.18. 2. Flaum (TH) 1:03.93. 3. Elzner (P) 1:15.93.

100 breaststroke — 1. Fournier (P) 1:16.03. 2. Dempsey (P) 1:22.93. 3. Arre (TH) 1:26.47.

400 freestyle relay — 1. Taconic Hils (Hotaling, Diperi, Jaeger, Flaum) 4:02.29. 2. Pittsfield 4:02.62. 3. Taconic Hills 4:47.90.

Men's Basketball

WILLIAMSTOWN >> Bobby Casey scored all 11 of his points in the first half, helping Williams jump out to a big lead in its win over Johnson State. Daniel Aronowitz led Williams with 14 points. Kyle Scadlock added 11.

The Ephs face Colby College Friday at 7 p.m.

Women's Hockey

WILLIAMS 1, SALVE REGINA 0

WILLIAMSTOWN >> Alex Lovas' first goal of the season in the 12th minute against Salve Regina, proved to be the winner.

Emily Eide and Candace Lu assisted on the goal. Lovas' goal ended a strong performance from Seahawks goalie Coleen Marcik. She made 41 saves.

The Ephs begin a weekend series against Colby College Friday at 7 p.m.


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