Tuesday's roundup: Pittsfield girls basketball stops Wahconah
DALTON -- Peyton Steinman had 16 of her game-high 24 points in the second half as Pittsfield beat Wahconah 55-36 on Tuesday night.
The Generals jumped out to a 16-0 lead to start the first quarter, but the hosts battled back and made it 16-9 after one.
Wahconah did trail 31-21 at halftime before cutting the Generals' lead to five points in the third quarter. The Warriors got no clsoer.
Katie Dumas led Wahconah with nine points.
Lenox 44, St. Joseph 15
LENOX -- The Millionaires took the court at home for only the third time this year and eighth grader Alice Najimy took full advantage of it.
In her first varsity start, Najimy scored eight of her 10 points in the first quarter as the Millionaires jumped out to a 19-6 lead and never let up.
Liz Mitts had a game-high 18 points and 10 rebounds for Lenox. The Millionaires don't play until next week, when they have games against Mount Greylock, Hopkins Academy and Hoosac Valley.
College hockey: Williams women 9, New England 0
WILLIAMSTOWN -- After one period against visiting New England College, the Williams women had taken 24 shots on net but put only one behind Kelly Metz.
That changed in the second period, as the Ephs scored on three consecutive power plays in a five-goal second period to rout the visitors.
Eliza Noyes scored a pair of goals for Williams (6-6-1) while Cristina Bravi had a goal and four assists.
Williams had 68 shots on goal and Metz made 59 saves. Margaret Draper had 13 saves for the Williams shutout.