WILLIAMSTOWN — Racing on their home turf, the dominant Mount Greylock skiing program had a little extra motivation to perform Saturday morning. Racing in a Classical Meet, the Mounties picked up two wins on both the boys and girls side of things, but they weren't alone. Lenox boys and girls also earned two wins apiece, and the Mohawk boys also earned wins over Wahconah and Berkshire School, but raced to a draw with Amherst.

On the boys side, Jakin Miller regained his spot atop the leaderboard after finishing second to Adam Carlisle two weeks back. Miller finished in 21:13 to earn his second first of the season. Teammate Ric Donati was impressive in holding off Northfield Mount Hermon's Carlisle by a second to finish second. Greylock's Jacob Adams and Amherst's Luke Sedor-Protti rounded out the top five. Herkus Rudzinskas finished seventh overall in helping the Millionaires to wins over Northfield and Simsbury.

On the girls side, it was Brandi Gill again. The Greylock star has now won all three Nordic races this season, this time pacing the field with a 26:29 time. She beat out a trio of Mounties teammates; Helen Greenfield, Lainey Gill and Miriam Bakija for the top spot. Millionaires junior Maggie Sorrentino's fifth-place finish keyed Lenox victories over Northfield and Simsbury.

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Boys

Team results — Mount Greylock def. Northfield Mount Hermon 10-34; Greylock def. Taconic 10-34; Lenox def. Northfield 10-32; Lenox def. Simsbury 10-34; Mohawk def. Wahconah 16-20; Mohawk def. Berkshire School 10-NS; Mohawk tied Amherst 18-18; Simsbury def. Taconic 17-21; Taconic def. Berkshire 10-NS; Northfield tied Hoosac Valley 18-18.

Top 20 — 1. Jakin Miller (MG) 21:13; 2. Ric Donati (MG) 21:27; 3. Adam Carlisle (NMH) 21:28; 4. Jacob Adams (MG) 22:48; 5. Luke Sedor-Protti (A) 23:02; 6. Willy Wright (A) 23:08; 7. Herkus Rudzinskas (L) 23:28; 8. Sam Edge (MG) 23:56; 9. Corban Miller (MG) 24:04; 10. Noel Anderson (M) 24:07; 11. Aidan Duncan (MG) 24:17; 12. Harry Burns (L) 24:25; 13. Col McDermott (MG) 24:28; 14. Maxime Leger (L) 25:05; 15. Louis Salz (NMH) 25:10; 16. Ryan Silverstein (L) 25:14; 17. Corben Craig (HV) 25:16; 18. Adam Bosenberg (S) 25:34; 19. Ely Carroll (L) 25:40; 20. Ted Yee (L) 25:48.

Girls

Team results — Mount Greylock def. Northfield Mount Hermon 12-30; Greylock def. Taconic 10-NS; Lenox def. Northfield 15-25; Lenox def. Simsbury 10-32; Wahconah def. Mohawk 18-20; Hoosac Valley def. Mohawk 17-22; Simsbury def. Taconic 12-NS; Mohawk def. Berkshire 10-NS; Northfield def. Hoosac 17-20; Amherst def. Mohawk 14-26.

Top 20 — 1. Brandi Gill (MG) 26:29; 2. Helen Greenfield 27:02; 3. Lainey Gill (MG) 27:45; 4. Miriam Bakija 49:41; 5. Maggie Sorrentino (L) 28:57; 6. Hazel Scullin (MG) 29:04; 7. Margo Smith (MG) 29:14; 8. Marion Huth (L) 29:32; 9. Lilliana Wells (MG) 29:40; 10. Mary Elliot (L) 30:01; 11. Stella Wenczel (A) 30:06; 12. Jackie Wells (MG) 30:26; 13. Erika Looman (M) 30:44; 14. Aidan Burns (L) 30:45; 15. Sage Michel (NMH) 31:47; 16. Gabby Orlando (W) 32:21; 17. Mia Gale (HV) 32:44; 18. Hollin Keyser-Paker (M) 32:45; 19. Julianne Harwood (L) 32:59; 20. Grace Elliot (L) 33:08.

Wrestling

Monument strong at Mount Everett Duals

SHEFFIELD — The Spartans went 3-1 down at Mount Everett in a series of dual meets. Monument pummeled Granby and Gateway, eeked out a win over St. Bernard's and suffered a close defeat to Sabis. Caleb Pollard, Logan Mead and John Field all had 4-0 days. At 106, Pollard picked up two pins, while Mead, at 182 and 195, and Field, at 170, earned three pins each.

"It was a good day for us, we are improving every week and things are starting to come together," Monument coach Simon Jones wrote in an email.

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Monument 51 Gateway 21

113 — Brandon Daniels (GARE) over (M MT) (For.)

120 — David Vasilchenko (GARE) over (M MT) (For.)

126 — Joe Holmes (GARE) over (M MT) (For.)

132 — Sam Cormier (M MT) over Evan Tooley (GARE) (Fall 0:48)

138 — Double Forfeit

145 — Dorian Page (M MT) over Brett Bonefont (GARE) (Fall 1:48)

152 — Micha Loy (M MT) over Joe Loon (GARE) (Dec 8-6)

160 — Kyle Percy (GARE) over Katahdin Jenen (M MT) (Dec 8-6)

170 — John Field (M MT) over Nico Paulson (GARE) (Fall 1:54)

182 — Logan Mead (M MT) over (GARE) (For.)

195 — Dylan Tinker (M MT) over (GARE) (For.)

220 — Sean Flanerty (M MT) over (GARE) (For.)

285 — Ian Babcock (M MT) over (GARE) (For.)

106 — Caleb Pollard (M MT) over (GARE) (For.)

Monument 42 St Bernard 36

120 — Anthony Pomerleau (STBE) over (MM) (For.)

126 — Doug Rediger (STBE) over (MM) (For.)

132 — Sam Cormier (MM) over Christopher Gill (STBE) (Fall 1:27)

138 — Dorian Page (MM) over Jeremy Foular (STBE) (Fall 1:46)

145 — Bradley Telfer (STBE) over (MM) (For.)

152 — Katahdin Jenen (MM) over (STBE) (For.)

160 — Josh Brown (STBE) over Micha Loy (MM) (Dec 7-6)

170 — John Field (MM) over Samuel Rutly (STBE) (Fall 0:29)

182 — Caden ORourke (MM) over William Kornieck (STBE) (Fall 2:50)

195 — Logan Mead (MM) over Zachery Jackson (STBE) (Fall 3:36)

220 — Robert Yucknuc (STBE) over Dylan Tinker (MM) (Dec 9-4)

285 — Ryan Roark (STBE) over Sean Flanerty (MM) (Fall 1:17)

106 — Caleb Pollard (MM) over (STBE) (For.)

113 — Logan Starr (STBE) over (MM) (For.)

Monument 54 Granby 30

132 — Sam Cormier (MM) over Eric Puffer (GRAN) (Fall 1:45)

138 — Dorian Page (MM) over (GRAN) (For.)

145 — Brady Whalen (MM) over (GRAN) (For.)

152 — Micha Loy (MM) over (GRAN) (For.)

160 — Katahdin Jenen (MM) over Phil Roberts (GRAN) (Fall 2:33)

170 — John Field (MM) over (GRAN) (For.)

182 — Logan Mead (MM) over Edward Glaszcz (GRAN) (Fall 1:21)

195 — Dylan Tinker (MM) over (GRAN) (For.)

220 — Leo Kahan (GRAN) over Sean Flanerty (MM) (Fall 2:33)

285 — Owen Frenette (GRAN) over Ian Babcock (MM) (Fall 1:20)

106 — Caleb Pollard (MM) over Joe Deprey (GRAN) (Fall 0:54)

113 — Jenna Learned (GRAN) over (MM) (For.)

120 — Jacob Benson (GRAN) over (MM) (For.)

126 — Kyle Roe (GRAN) over (MM) (For.)

Sabis 45 Monument 36

138 — Jalen Rogers (SABI) over Dorian Page (MM) (Dec 5-1)

145 — Nehemiah Johnson (SABI) over (MM) (For.)

152 — Katahdin Jenen (MM) over (SABI) (For.)

160 — Jacob Dagenais (SABI) over Micha Loy (MM) (Fall 0:59)

170 — John Field (MM) over Jason Alves (SABI) (Fall 5:15)

182 — Logan Mead (MM) over Joshua Dagenais (SABI) (Fall 1:22)

195 — Caden ORourke (MM) over (SABI) (For.)

220 — Sean Flanerty (MM) over (SABI) (For.)

285 — Anthony DeCasse (SABI) over Ian Babcock (MM) (Fall 0:15)

106 — Quintin Pellegrino (SABI) over (MM) (For.)

113 — Caleb Pollard (MM) over Riley Miles (SABI) (Fall 0:30)

120 — Christian Rivas (SABI) over (MM) (For.)

126 — Jacob Bailey (SABI) over (MM) (For.)

132 — Khadir Zachery (SABI) over Sam Cormier (MM) (Fall 3:11)

Braves fifth at tourney

CHICOPEE — The Taconic wrestling team placed fifth out of an 18-team field at the Ben Berger Tournament. Franklin finished first overall. Putnam, Dedham and Whalen finished ahead of the Braves. Zabion Powell (145 pounds) and Dylan Burke (170 pounds) earned second-place finishes. Tanner Hastings (182) and Shawn O'Shea (195) earned third-place finishes.

"I feel pretty good," Taconic coach Jeremy Tetreault said of his team's performance. "We finished behind two Division I powerhouses. A match or two from placing third. ...We were missing a few guys today. Hopefully things come together at the end of the year."

Boys Basketball

Hoosac Valley 72, Mount Greylock 66

NORTH ADAMS — Sam Dils hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer to send the game into overtime, but Nick Waterman and Izaha Stubbs helped Hoosac Valley pull out the win in the extra period at MCLA.

Greylock mounted a furious comeback to force OT. Cole Wojtkowski scored 13 of his 19 in the fourth, helping the Mounties out-score the Hurricanes 28-16. Stubbs scored seven of his 15 in overtime. Waterman led all scorers with 23 points.

"It's out ninth straight game without Sean McCormack," Greylock coach Bob Thistle said. "We're hoping that adversity and not having a gym, helps us down the stretch."

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HOOSAC (72)

Hall 0-0-0, C. Meczywor 0-0-0, Stubbs 3-7-15, Waterman 10-3-23, Krol 1-1-3, Larabee 2-0-6, Critelli 0-0-0, Eugene 4-3-11, Paree 0-0-0, Delmolino 2-2-8, J. Meczywor 2-1-6, Bush 0-0-0. Totals: 24-17-72.

GREYLOCK (66)

Dils 4-7-16, T. Foehl 5-4-19, Backiel 1-0-2, Cole Wojtkowski 5-5-19, B. Foehl 3-0-8, Sheridan 0-2-2, Locklear 0-0-0, Zimmerman 0-0-0. Totals: 18-18-66,

Hoosac     12     8     19     16     17          72

Greylock     8     10     9     28     11          66

3-point goals — MG 12 (T. Foehl 5, Wojtowski 4, B. Foehl 2, Dils).

College Basketball

Middlebury 70, Williams men 66

MIDDLEBURY, Vt. — Hilal Dahleh and Joey Leighton scored 16 points each, leading Middlebury (13-3, 4-1) over Williams (13-4, 3-2). The Panthers led by as many as 18 points in the second half. Bobby Casey's jumper with 50 seconds left cut the Ephs deficits to two, but Eric McCord's layup on Middlebury's next possession put the game out of reach. Casey scored 15 points. James Heskett led the Ephs with 19 points.

Fisher 91, MCLA men 73

NORTH ADAMS — Fisher put six players in double figures, ending MCLA's two-game winning streak. Jamontay Thompson and DeAndre Pennington scored 17 points each for Falcons (6-14). Noah Yearsley led MCLA (4-9) with 17 points.

College Hockey

Colby 4, Williams men 2

WATERVILLE, Maine — Colby College (9-8-0, 8-5-0) scored three first-period goal, powering it to victory over Williams (10-7-0, 6-5-0).

Nick VanBelle got the Ephs on the board with a goal late in the second period. Joe Welch's goal brought the Ephs within to one in the third. Cam MacDonald added an insurance goal in the 19th minute.

Williams women 1, Connecticut College 1

WILLIAMSTOWN — On senior day in Williamstown, Williams (9-4-4, 3-3-4) and Connecticut College (11-3-3, 7-1-2) could not produce a winner.

Meghan Halloran scored the tying goal in the third for Williams. Christina Cleroux made 21 saves for the Ephs.