Roundup: 3 Lupiani pins drive Mount Everett Wrestling by Mount Greylock

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WILLIAMSTOWN — There were three contested matched Wednesday night, and three pins by a wrestler with the last name of Lupiani.

Mount Everett defeated Mount Greylock 30-18.

The Eagles (1-2) were led by pins from Nick Lupiani, Zach Lupiani and Anthony Lupiani in a win at Mount Greylock (0-3).

Nick got things started at 106 pounds, pinning Ty Lepicier with 10 seconds left in the first period. After a Greylock forfeit win tied things up, Zach put the Eagles ahead for good with a third-period pin of Quinn Whally.

Senior Anthony Lupiani had a dominant performance at 138 pounds, putting down Aidan MacPhersen in just 40 seconds.

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106 pounds — Nick Lupiani (ME) pins Ty Lepicier (MG), 1:50.

120 — Jeff Johnson (MG) via forfeit.

126 — Zach Lupiani (ME) pins Quinn Whally (MG), 3:27.

138 — Anthony Lupiani (ME) pins Aidan MacPhersen (MG), 0:40.

140 — Jack Rosier (MG) via forfeit.

152 — Jerimiah Tomascek (ME) via forfeit.

170 — Liam Feely (MG) via forfeit.

195 — Eduardo Rodriguez (ME) via forfeit.

Girls Basketball

Taconic 64, Drury 54

PITTSFIELD — Taconic played a steady and complete game to get by Drury at home on Thursday.

The Braves (7-1) saw Brooke DiGennaro go for a game-high 23 points, but held the rest of the Blue Devils largely in check, while putting four players in double figures.

Taea Bramer scored all 18 of her points in the first three quarters, which saw Taconic leading 52-39. Ahliya Phillips chipped in 17 points, while J. Curry went for 12.

Taconic was 12 of 15 from the foul line.

Alison Felix hit a pair of 3-pointers in the fourth quarter to get herself to 10 points, and give the Blue Devils (3-3) a comeback chance, but Taconic squashed it.

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DRURY (54)

DiGennaro 8-1-23, Shook 3-0-8, Felix 3-2-10, McGrath 0-0-0, Thomas 3-0-6, Zoito 1-3-5, Booth 0-0-0, Dobbert 0-0-0, Dix 0-2-2. Totals 18-8-54

TACONIC (64)

Bramer 6-3-18, Phillips 7-3-17, Patrick 1-0-2, Curry 3-4-12, Cross 1-0-2, Buda 1-0-2, Conyers 4-2-11, Christopher 0-0-0. Totals 23-12-64.

Drury     10     16     13     15     —     54

Taconic     13     21     18     12     —     64

3-point goals — D 7 (DiGennaro 4, Felix 2, Shook); T 4 (Curry 2, Conyers, Bramer).

Mount Greylock 57, McCann Tech 40

NORTH ADAMS — The Hornets scored 22 points in the fourth quarter, but it was too little, too late.

Mount Greylock played a consistent game, scoring in double figures in each quarter, to best McCann by 17.

The Mounties got 11 points from Madison Ross, who had seven in a 19-3 third quarter in favor of the visitors. That put things out of reach for McCann.

"Not a good night," Hornets coach Kathy Budaj wrote in an email. "We can't win games when we keep turning the ball over and that's what we have done these last two games. Hopefully we can turn things around."

The Hornets also missed a lot of layups and were 7 of 22 from the foul line. Izzy LaCasse scored a game-high 15 points, but no other McCann players hit double-digits.

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MOUNT GREYLOCK (57)

Ross 5-1-11, Schwarzer 2-0-4, Locklear 3-0-6, Babcock 4-0-8, Albert 2-1-7, Johnson 0-0-0, Welch 1-0-2, Masse 4-0-10, Stevens 2-2-7, Delorey 1-0-2. Totals 24-4-57.

MCCANN TECH (40)

Marino 0-0-0, Stack 1-0-2, LaCasse 5-5-15, Towler 1-2-4, Dean 0-0-0, Quinones 1-0-3, Tetlow 2-0-4, Tatro 4-0-9, Vincent 0-0-0, Demastrie 1-0-2. Totals 15-7-40.

Greylock     10     15     19     13     —     57

McCann     7     8     3     22     —     40

3-point goals — MG 5 (Albert 2, Masse 2, Stevens); MT 2 (Tatro, Quinones).

Boys Basketball

Monument Mountain 63, Lenox 60

GREAT BARRINGTON — Down their starting power forward and with star guard Dion Brown sick, the Spartans had to rely elsewhere to escape dangerous Lenox team.

Monument Mountain (9-1, 1-0 Berkshire South) got 17 points from Ty Higgins and 14 from Dylan Brownson to hold off the Millionaires at home Thursday night.

"They pack in that 1-3-1 and play it hard. Lenox did a heck of a job down a couple guys as well," said Monument coach Randy Koldys. "Both teams scrapped, and we persevered tonight."

The Millionaires (2-9, 0-1) played only seven guys, but got mammoth production from Andre Collins with 22 points. Nick Nicotra added 17, but down the stretch, Higgins got hot.

He put down back-to-back 3-pointers with about two minutes left to give the Spartans some breathing room, and a clutch putback by Ryan Shultis sealed the deal.

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LENOX (60)

Armstrong 0-0-0, S. Steinman 0-0-0, J. Steinman 3-1-8, Patella 5-2-13, Nicotra 7-0-17, Collins 6-8-22, Fielding 0-0-0. Totals 21-11-60.

MONUMENT MOUNTAIN (63)

Robbins 3-0-8, Zorn 1-0-2, Hanavan 1-0-3, Higgins 7-0-17, Brown 3-0-6, Carlson 2-0-5, Shultis 3-1-8, Curtis 0-0-0, Brownson 6-2-14. Totals 26-3-63.

Lenox     15     14     10     21     —     60

Monument     17     12     15     19     —     63

3-point goals — L 7 (Nicotra 3, Collins 2, Patella, J. Steinman); MM 7 (Higgins 3, Robbins, Hanavan, Carlson, Shultis).


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