Roundup: Carpenter drives Mount Everett girls by Monument Mountain

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SHEFFIELD — Gwen Carpenter finishes just one assist shy of a triple-double in a 60-47 win against Monument Mountain.

The senior star finished with 25 points, 12 rebounds and nine assists, including a perfect 9 of 9 from the free-throw line, as the Eagles improve to 4-5 on the season. With the 25 Carpenter is now 12 points from the school record of 1,788 held by Jen Bennett.

Madison Ullrich scored 11 of her 19 points in the second half to help push Everett to the finish line.

"We had good intensity that helped us contain Monument's bigs," Scott Rote, the coach of Everett said. "The defensive intensity helped push the offense."

Monument falls to 3-3 with the loss. The Spartans were lead by Fiona Horan's team-high 17 points and Destiny Brown added another 14.

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MONUMENT MOUNTAIN (47)

Powell 3-1-7, Decker 0-0-0, Saporito 1-0-3, Rivest 1-0-3, Horan 7-3-17, Kinne 1-0-2, Louw 0-0-0, Cooney 0-1-1, Brown 6-1-14, Pajeski 0-0-0. Totals 19-5-47.

MOUNT EVERETT (60)

VonRuden 3-0-6, Carpenter 7-9-25, Stewart 0-0-0, DeVoti 2-1-5, Mad. Ullrich 8-3-19, Steuernagle 0-0-0, Mak. Ullrich 1-0-3, Atwood 1-0-2. Totals 21-13-60.

Monument     11     12     12     12     —     47

Everett     12     23     9     16     —     60

3-point goals — MM: 3 (Saporito, Rivest, Brown), ME 3 (Carpenter 2, Mak. Ullrich).

Taconic 68, Lee 47

LEE — Taconic wasted no time in jumping on Lee Tuesday night. The Braves (6-1) forced 11 first-quarter turnovers en route to a 24-7 lead after one.

Taea Bramer scored 11 of her season-high 25 points in the opening frame.

"They pressed us and jumped on us early," said Lee coach Rick Puleri. "We weren't very good executing tonight and need to improve controlling the ball."

Bramer was joined by Ciany Conyers with 14 points and Ahliya Phillips with 13. The Wildcats (3-5) got 14 from Caroline Maloney, who canned four 3-pointers, and 13 from Carina Brown.

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TACONIC (68)

Bramer 10-2-25, Phillips 5-3-13, Curry 0-0-0, Bolling 1-0-2, Cross 2-0-4, Lyon 0-0-0, Hamilton 0-0-0, Buda 1-0-2, Moody 2-0-6, Conyers 6-1-14, Christopher 1-0-2. Totals 28-6-68.

LEE (47)

Velasco 0-0-0, Finnegan 0-0-0, Ly. Simone 3-2-10, Kelly 1-0-3, Maloney 5-0-14, Le. Simone 1-0-2, Simmons 0-0-0, Brown 5-2-13, McElroy 0-2-2, Puleri 1-1-3. Totals 16-7-47.

Taconic     24     12     17     15     —     68

Lee     7     11     17     12     —     47

3-point goals — T 6 (Bramer 3, Moody 2, Conyers); L 8 (Maloney 4, Ly. Simone 2, Kelly, Brown).

Boys Basketball

Wahconah 65, Brattleboro 53

BRATTLEBORO, Vt. — At the outset of a road game in Vermont, it looked like Wahconah had left its game back in Massachusetts.

The Warriors (4-2) trailed 16-0 to open play, before a Tim Clayton 3-pointer with a minute left in the first quarter ended the funk. From there, coach Dustin Belcher's crew revved up the defensive pressure and got hot from the field.

"I told them to stick with it," he said. "We turned up the heat defensively in the second quarter, thought we were sitting back to much."

The response was a 24-7 frame in favor of the visitors, which keyed the comeback win.

Tom Burris took a big step towards his full recovery with 17 points off the bench in his first game back after missing the first five games of the season, while fellow reserve Luke Hescock had six points and 10 rebounds.

"Clayton got rolling, and Burris did a good job off the bench, but four guys in double figures, it was a great team effort," said Belcher.

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WAHCONAH (65)

Howes 0-0-0, Salvini 0-0-0, Clayton 5-4-15, Huban 4-6-14, Burris 6-3-17, Gai 0-0-0, Roughley 0-0-0, O'Connor 5-1-13, Eberwein 0-0-0, Lee 0-0-0, Hescock 3-0-6. Totals 23-14-65.

BRATTLEBORO (53)

Millerick 4-0-9, Newton 6-1-17, Givens 2-2-8, Gallon 1-1-3, Chris 2-1-5, Bebe 1-3-7, Packard 2-0-4. Totals 17-8-53.

Wahconah     3     24     18     20     —     65

Brattleboro     16     7     9     21     —     53

3-point goals — W: 5 ( Burris 2, O'Connor 2,Clayton) B:7 (Newton 4, Givens 2, Millerick)

Taconic 80, Longmeadow 42

LONGMEADOW — The Braves led by 10 after one quarter, and left no doubt from there on a road trip to divisional rival Longmeadow.

Taconic (7-3) was scorching from distance, hitting 15 3-pointers in the blowout win. Dedric Moody had five of those triples, and Isaac Percy hit three on his way to a game-high 19 points.

Percy had 15 of his points before halftime.

Coach Bill Heaphy's defense showed up as well, holding the Lancers to four points in the second quarter and just 12 in the first half.

Quentin Gittens was limited, but made his return after missing six games with a toe injury.

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TACONIC (80)

Moody 5-0-15, Cross 1-0-3, Brown 2-0-6, Womble 1-0-3, Gittens 0-1-1, Wright 1-3-5, Davis 2-0-7, Lazits 1-0-3, Tayi 0-0-0, Percy 8-0-19, Ahmed 0-0-0, McCown 2-0-5, Sanogo 6-1-13. Totals 27-5-80.

LONGMEADOW (42)

Lavin 1-0-2, Cardarojo 1-0-2, Dudeck 1-0-2, Lockhard 2-2-6, Walbridge 2-0-4, Hoffman 4-0-12, Moccio 1-0-2, Pritchard 1-0-2, Griffiths 4-0-8, Ortiz 1-0-2. Totals 18-2-42.

Taconic     18     19     23     20     —     80

Longmeadow     8     4     14     16     —     42

3-point goals — T 15 (Moody 5, Percy 3, Brown 2, Cross, Womble, Davis, Lazits, McCown); L 4 (Hoffman 4).

Drury 57, Mount Greylock 31

WILLIAMSTOWN — With a 22-point third quarter, Reece Racette and visiting Drury pulled away from Mount Greylock.

Racette had five field goals for 10 of his 19 points in the third, while the Mounties (2-5) managed just three points in the frame.

Scott McGuire matched Racette's 19, doing most of his damage in a first half that saw Drury (8-1) take a 34-20 advantage.

Toby Foehl hit a pair of 3-pointers in the first quarter, but the junior was shut down after that, finishing with a team-high six points.

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DRURY (57)

McGuire 7-4-19, Rodriguez 3-1-7, Moulton 0-0-0, Racette 9-0-19, Woodson 1-0-2, Collins 1-0-3, Massey 0-1-1, Pettengill 0-0-0, Dougherty 1-0-2, Sarkis 0-0-0, Brazeau 2-0-4. Totals 26-6-57.

MOUNT GREYLOCK (31)

Foehl 2-0-6, Santos 1-0-2, Locklear 2-1-5, Paris 0-2-2, Waynick 1-1-4, Falk 0-0-0, Sheridan 0-1-1, Brady 1-3-5, Jezouit 1-0-3, Wellspeak 1-1-3. Totals 9-9-31.

Drury     17     17     22     1     —     57

Greylock     10     10     3     8     —     31

3-point goals — D 3 (McGuire, Racette, Collins); MG 4 (Foehl 2, Waynick, Jezouit).

Monument Mountain 67, Hoosac Valley 51

GREAT BARRINGTON — Monument Mountain (8-1) wins its second game of the row, topping the Hurricanes (5-3) on Tuesday night. Dion Brown dominated for the Spartans, scoring a season-high 30 points in the game. Ty Higgins and Noel Powell each finished the night in double-digits, combing for 27.

"We came out in a press to help start on an 11-0 run," coach Randy Koldys said. "I'm proud with how we played in the second half. [Dylan] Brownson was a force on the boards for us, especially in the fourth quarter."

Izaha Stubbs finished with a team-high 23 points for Hoosac Valley.

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HOOSAC VALLEY (51)

Car. Meczywor 5-0-13, Stubbs 8-4-23, Cole 2-0-4, Delmolino 2-0-5, Larabee 1-1-3, Paree 1-0-2, Swistak 0-1-1, Car. Meczywor 0-0-0. Totals 19-6-51.

MONUMENT MOUNTAIN (67)

Higgins 4-0-11, Brown 12-2-30, Powell 7-2-16, Carlson 0-0-0, Brownson 2-3-7, Shultis 0-0-0, Curtis 0-0-0, Robins 1-0-3, Zorn 0-0-0, Hanaran 0-0-0. Totals 26-7-67.

Hoosac     17     18     10     6     —     51

Monument     27     12     14     14     —     67

3-point goals — H: 7 (Car. Meczywor 3, Stubbs 3, Delmolino), M: 8 (Brown 4, Higgins 3, Robbins).

Swimming

Taconic Hills vs. New Lebanon

CRARYVILLE, N.Y. — Taconic Hills and New Lebanon split Monday's swim meet. The New Lebanon and Berlin boys win their third meet of the season with a 43-36 victory over Taconic Hills. Jeffrey Miller won both the 100 and 200 freestyle for New Lebanon.

Lily Russo had a big day for the Taconic Hills girls, winning the 100 butterfly and serving as a key cog in the 200 medley and 200 free relays. Alex Sotek broke the New Lebanon school record in the 500 freestyle with a time of 5:59.54.

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New Lebanon boys 43, Taconic Hills 36

200 medley relay — 1. New Lebanon (Buckenroth, Roden, Miller, Exley) 2:23.19.

200 freestyle — 1. Miller (NL) 2:15.00; 2. Sena (TH) 2:41.45; 3. Hartman (TH) 2:54.52.

200 individual medley — 1. Roden (NL) 2:52.61; 2. Russel (TC) 3:36.05; 3. Schmidt (TH) 3.38.72.

50 freestyle — 1. Exley (NL) 28.60; 2. Bonci (TH) 30.50; 3. Truax (NL) 50.19.

100 freestyle — 1. Miller (NL) 58.81; 2. Sena (TH) 1:08.78; 3. Bonci (TH) 1:09.02.

500 freestyle — 1. Buckenroth (NL) 6:52.68. 2. Russell 8:00.43.

200 free relay —1. Taconic Hills (Russo, Hartman, Schmidt, Sena) 2:08.96, 2. New Lebanon 2:30.53.

100 backstroke — 1. Russo (TH) 1:25.61; 2. Buckenroth (NL) 1:33.47; 3. Hartman (TH) 1:52.10.

100 breaststroke — 1. Roden (NL) 1:24.55; 2. Schmitt (TH) 1:29.84; 3. Russell (TH) 1:36.37.

400 freestyle relay — 1. New Lebanon (Miller, Buckenroth, Exley, Roden) 4:34.22; 2 Taconic Hills (Sena, Hartman, Russell, Bonci) 4:52.37.

Taconic Hills girls 50, New Lebanon 21.

200 medley relay — 1. Taconic Hills (Smith, Beck, Russo, Manan-Singh) 2:27.95; 2. New Lebanon 2:33.41; 3. Taconic Hills 2:46.61.

200 freestyle — 1. Avenia (TH) 2:23.28. 2; Conway (TH) 2:47.59

200 individual medley —1. Beck (TH) 3:11.16; 2. McComb (TH) 3:49.40.

50 freestyle — 1. Manan Singh (TH) 31.11; 2. Truax (NL) 31.50; 3. Russo (TH) 31.74.

100 butterfly — 1. Russo (TH) 1.31.28.

100 freestyle — 1. Conway (TH) 1:09.91; 2. Manan-Singh (TH) 1:11.90; 3. Denue (NL) 1:21.54.

500 freestyle — 1. Sotek (NL) 5:59.83; 2. Avenia (TH) 6:09.43; 3. Smith (TH) 7:52.50.

200 free relay — 1. Taconic Hills (Russo, Conway, Avenia, Manan-Singh) 2:08.89; 2. Taconic Hills 2:23.03.

100 backstroke — 1. Sotek (NL) 1:11.31.

400 freestyle relay — 1. New Lebanon (Sotken, Denue, Meyers, Tremblay) 5:27.38.

Monday's scores

McCann Tech boys box score

HAMPDEN CHARTER (44)

Lewis 8-0-17, Rosemond 2-0-4, Cuffie 1-0-2, Maysoney 2-1-5, Ranck 3-0-6, Holewa 1-3-5, Cox 2-1-5. Totals 19-5-44.

McCANN TECH (83)

Vidal 5-1-11, Sumner 3-1-8, White 1-0-2, B. Davis 4-2-13, Ziemba 3-2-10, Owensby 0-0-0, Darius Tovani 0-0-0, Beany 5-0-10, Jamros 6-1-13, L. Davis 1-2-4, Darian Tovani 2-2-6. Totals 30-9-83


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