Roundup: Two Miss Hall's players selected as NEPSAC Class C All-Stars

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PITTSFIELD — Two Miss Hall's basketball players were selected as winter All-Stars in the NEPSAC.

Shae Daley and Julianne Liebow were both selected as NEPSAC Class C All-Stars.

Shae, a senior from Pittsfield, averaged 10.7 points, 8.3 rebounds and 3.4 assists per game in her final season with the Hurricanes.

Liebow, a first-year junior at Miss Hall's, averaged 10.25 points, 3.5 rebounds and 2.6 assists per game this year.

"Shae played a huge role in our success this year," Miss Hall's Director or Athletics and Head Coach Brad Horth said in a release. "She was a real jack-of-all-trades player who filled a stat sheet in just about every game she played. She is not afraid to get inside and mix it up with the bigger players, but she also has the ability to stretch out and knock down a 3-pointer. We will miss Shae's physical toughness and leadership next year."

"Julianne also played a big role for us this season," Horth added. "She is a sharp-shooting guard, led the team in three-pointers made, and did a good job of putting herself in position to knock down open looks. We look forward to having Julianne back next year and think she will contribute in even bigger ways for us."

Both Daley and Liewbow played in the league all-star game held March 4 at Noble and Greenough School.

College Baseball

MCLA 15, Cazenovia 3


AUBURNDALE, Fla. — Brandon Condon tossed six solid innings and the MCLA offense racked up 16 hits as the Trailblazers blew by Cazenovia in a mercy-rule shortened game.

MCLA is now 3-2 with the win.

MCLA's offense exploded in the third. Logan Rumbolt doubled to drive in Ben Durland to open the scoring, then Jeff Bink hit a triple that plated Rumbolt and Christian Seariac. Joe DiMassimo then hit a triple himself, plating Bink. Brett LaBonte rounded out the scoring in the inning with a single.

Rumbolt finished 3 for 5 on the day with three RBI. Bink went 2 for 5.

Condon allowed seven hits on two walks and five strike outs. Isaac Marx and Hayden Bird came on in relief.

MCLA returns to action on Thursday with a doubleheader against Colby Sawyer, before wrapping up its Florida trip with a doubleheader against Maine-Farmington on Friday.


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