Saturday's high schools: Monument girls fall to Quaboag


GREAT BARRINGTON - For two quarters, the Monument Mountain girls basketball team more than hung with Central Massachusetts power Quaboag. The third quarter came, and that changed everything.

Quaboag outscored the Spartans 14-1 in the third quarter, breaking open a one-point game and handing Monument ( 0- 2) a 45- 29 defeat on Saturday afternoon.

"For the second game in a row, we just couldn't get anything going," Spartans coach Chris Unsworth said. "We got shots from the people we wanted to be shooting. They just didn't go in."

Monument rallied from a 15-11 first- quarter deficit and trailed 23-22 at halftime. That one-point third quarter did the Spartans in.

Brittany Herring had a game- high 18 points for Quaboag, while Jess Korzec had 12.

Heather Hassett led Monument with nine points.

Wrestling Everett at Pathfinder Duals

PALMER - Mount Everett went 1- 2 at the Pathfinder Duals on Saturday afternoon.

The Eagles beat Belchertown 42- 36, but dropped a 17-12 decision to Hampshire Regional and 48-30 to the host school.

Bradley Lupiani won all three of his bouts, two on the mat. He pinned Nick Hoskin of Hampshire in 3 minutes, 9 seconds. He also pinned Pathfinder's Megan Arnold in 12 seconds.

Everett's Matt Fosby had almost as good a day. Fosby went 2-0 at 145 pounds, pinning Hampshire's Jacob Gray in 1: 56 and Belchertown's Charles Merrik in 48 seconds. But Fosby moved up to 152 and was pinned by Pathfinder's Josh Arnold in 5:47.

Davis second for Taconic

WAYLAND - Tajaye Davis led the way for the Braves, reaching the 285-pound final at the Wayland Holiday tournament before finishing second.

Travis Kuni pocketed a fifth at 152 pounds.

"I thought we wrestled well," said Taconic coach Matt Chamberlain. "It was a tough tournament."

Hockey St. Joe's 6, Everett 2

SHEFFIELD - At Berkshire School, Eric Leitch and Mike Bloom each scored two goals as the Crusaders (1-1) got their first win of the year.

Leitch got his first goal at 7: 19 of the first period. He made it 2-0 at 13:25. Bloom got the first of his two goals just 18 seconds later. The period ended 3- 1 for St. Joe's as Everett's Jacob Malicky scored with 31 seconds left.

The Eagles (0-3) cut the lead to 3-2 on Aaron Norton's goal 5:23 into the second period. But the Crusaders scored the final three goals of the period to account for the 6-2 final.

"I can't put a finger on it. We did not compete," said Eagles coach Joe Milan.

Spencer Tanner notched his first varsity win in goal. St. Joe's starter Andrew Leitch had the day up after being taken off the ice in a game on Wednesday. ---

St. Joseph's 3 3 0 - 6 Everett 1 1 0 - 1

First Period

SJ - Eric Leitch (UA), 7:19. SJ - E. Leitch (Andy Cella), 13:25. SJ - Mike Bloom (Derek Romejko), 13:43. ME - Jacob Malicky (UA), 14:29.

Second Period

ME - Aaron Norton (Justin Makuc), 5:23. SJ - Luke Perry (Mike Moreno), 6:56. SJ - Romejko (Dan Flunn) 7:38. SJ - Bloom (UA), 9:45. Saves - ME: Sam Riva 25. SJ: Spencer Tanner 18.

West Springfield 6, Wahconah 5

PITTSFIELD - It took the Division III-A Warriors a few minutes to adjust to the pace of play against the Division III Terriers.

After five minutes, the visitors were up 3-0 but Wahconah rallied, scoring three goals in the game's final three minutes before coming up short.

"We were really pinned for the first five minutes and it was 3-0," said Warriors coach Don Disbrow. "From that point on, we actually took over play and ended up outshooting them.

"Myself and the other coaches were very happy with the way we responded. Overall that was a team from a higher division taht we competed with and really outplayed the last 40 minutes of the game."

Nick Montferret had two goals and an assist while Ryan Ouimet scored twice for the Warriors. ---

W. Springfield3 2 1 - 6 Wahconah 1 1 3 - 5

First period

S - Drew Rossman ( Trevor Bonadies), 1:05. S - Pat O'Toole (AJ Collette), 2:40. S - Brandon Magni (Nick Rolandini), 4:52. W - Patrick Jamross (UA), 14:10.

Second Period

S - O'Toole (Magni), 7:17. W - Ryan Ouimet (Lane Grogan, Nick Montferret), 9:33. S - Collette (O'Toole), 10:26.

Third period

S - Collette (UA), 3:17. W - Montferret (UA), 12:40. W - Montferret (Jamross), 13:57. W - Ouimet (Grogan), 14:24. Saves - W: Roger Stedman 28; S: Kevin Griffen 38.


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