Tuesday's basketball: St. Joe's girls beat Mount Greylock
PITTSFIELD -- Kendall Smith's 20 points and Keegan McCauley's 10 led the St. Joseph's girls basketball team over Mount Greylock, 50-33.
"We were up four at halftime, but we came out and outscored Greylock 18-7," said Crusaders coach Jack Quinn. "We used balanced scoring and good defense."
Lucy Barrett had 15 for the Mounties.
McCann Tech 46,
Holyoke Catholic 32
NORTH ADAMS -- Mary Nguyen, in a dominating performance, scored 27 points to lead the Hornets in this win.
"We solved their zone and we played good defense tonight," said McCann coach Mike Dowling. "This is a big win. It was a league game, and we're 1-1 in the league now."
Kyra Robbins led Holyoke Catholic with eight points.
Lee 42, Monument 32
GREAT BARRINGTON -- Steph Young's 17 points led the Wildcats to the win. Eileen Dooley added 12 points for Lee.
"We shot better in the first half, but didn't rebound as well," Monument coach Chris Unsworth said. "It was kind of the reverse in the second half."
Monument -- missing point guard Hannah Rolf, due to an injury suffered Monday -- was led by Heather Hassett's 11 points.
Wahconah 48, Taconic 37
PITTSFIELD -- The Braves started out about as slowly as a team can, trailing 26-4 at halftime.
"I had some choice words for them at halftime," said Taconic coach Matt Mickle. "I've never seen anything like that performance. To their credit, they came out playing much harder, but it was too deep a hole."
Gabby Lavinio led the Warriors with 15, while Nyanna Slaughter and Kirsten McNeice each scored 10 for Taconic.
Mount Everett boys 80, Berlin, N.Y. 50
BERLIN, N.Y. -- The Eagles used a balanced attack, with four players in double figures, to run past Berlin.
"We moved the ball really well," said Eagle coach Jowe Warren. "We got up and down the court."
Malik Wilbon had nine points, 15 assists and 10 rebounds for the winners.
Lenox boys 52, McCann 50
LENOX -- Bill Patella's two free throws snapped a 50-50 tie to give Lenox a tough win.
"Coach [Mike] Nykorchuk is doing an outstanding job with McCann," said Lenox coach Scott Sibley. "They dictated the tempo for most of the game and they played great defense. We had a small edge in the third quarter and that turned out to be the difference."
Chad Raimer led the Hornets with 12, while Rob Tharion and Andrew Vickery both each had 15 for Lenox.
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