Roundup: Carpenter powers Mount Everett girls to win over Smith Vocational

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TURNERS FALLS — The Mount Everett girls basketball team opened its season with a commanding 53-23 win over Smith Vocational at the Franklin Tech Tip-Off Tournament.

With the win, Mount Everett advances to play Hopkins Academy in the championship game tonight at 6:30 back at Franklin Tech.

Gwendolyn Carpenter led the way with a game-high 21 points, while Madison Ullrich added 10 and Makenzie Ullrich added eight.

"We started right off with Gwen scoring the first seven points of the game for us, and then it just took off from there," Everett coach Scott Rote said. "Madison Ullrich played real good inside for us."

Mount Everett led 13-2 after a quarter, and outscored Smith Vocational 16-6 in the second to pull away for good.

Ella Sherman had 10 points in the loss.

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SMITH VOCATIONAL (23)

Sherman 4-2-10, Schabackor 1-0-2, Pensivy 1-0-3, Cyr 1-0-2, Oliveira-Torres 1-0-3, Cone 1-1-3. Totals 9-3-23.

MOUNT EVERETT (53)

VonRuden 0-0-0, Derwitsch 0-0-0, Zyszkowski 1-0-2, Carpenter 7-6-21, Stewart 0-0-0, Devoti 2-0-4, Mad. Ullrich 4-2-10, Steuernagle 2-0-4, Mak. Ullrich 3-0-8, Broderick 0-0-0, Atwood 2-0-4, Holst-Grubbe 0-0-0. Totals 21-8-53.

Smith     2     6     4     11     —     23

Everett     13     16     17     7     —     53

3-point goals — SV 2 (Pensivy, Oliveira-Torres). ME 3 (Mak. Ullrich 2, Carpenter).

Boys Basketball

Ware 56, Mount Everett 16


TURNERS FALLS — The Mount Everett boys team dropped its opener against the Indians in the Franklin Tech Tip-Off Tournament.

Ware held Mount Everett to just one field goal in the third quarter, and a single free throw in the fourth.

"Young team with a lot of nervousness tonight," Everett coach Jowe Warren wrote in an email. "Looking to bounce back tomorrow night vs. the loser of Franklin Tech and Mohawk."

Anthony Kushi led the Eagles with five points, while Justin Foster added three. Colin Doty led Ware with 14 points and Keith Smith had 11.

Everett will play the consolation game of the tournament today at 5 p.m.

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MOUNT EVERETT (16)

Foster 1-1-3, Casivant 0-2-2, Silk 1-0-2, Carpenter 0-2-2, Monteleone 0-0-0, Kushi 2-0-5, Zucco 1-0-2, Bleau 0-0-0, Netzer 0-0-0, Mullen 0-0-0, Rothvoss 0-0-0. Totals 5-5-16.

WARE (56)

Viera 2-0-4, Sultys 1-0-2, Di. Slattery 1-0-3, Dilone 3-1-7, De. Slattery 3-2-9, Balicky 1-0-3, Soltys 0-0-0, Velazquez 1-0-3, Smith 5-0-11, Doty 7-0-14. Totals 24-3-56.

Everett     7     6     2     1     —     16

Ware     15     22     8     11     —     56

3-point goals — ME 1 (Kushi). W 5 (Di. Slattery, De. Slattery, Balicky, Velazquez, Smith.

High School Swimming

The New Lebanon/Berlin swim teams opened with a sweep over Hudson. The boys won 35-24, while the girls won 44-29.

The highlight of the day was on the girls' side, as New Lebanon's Alex Sotek broke her own school record in the 200-yard individual medley and 100 butterfly. Sotek swam the 200 IM in 2 minutes, 28.93 seconds, and the 100 butterfly in 1:10.02.

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New Lebanon/Berlin boys 35, Hudson 24

200 medley relay — 1. New Lebanon/Berlin (Buckenroth, Roden, Exley, Truax) 2:42.61.

200 freestyle — 1. Miller (NL) 2:17.68; 2. Ublacker (H) 2:36.81; 3. Roden (NL) 2:37.47.

50 freestyle — 1. Carter (H) 33.70; 2. Hunt (NL) 33.82; 3. McMillan (NL) 37.07.

200 free relay — 1. New Lebanon/Berlin (Exley, Roden) 2:03.34; 2. Hudson (Fuad, Miah) 2:54.46.

100 backstroke — 1. Turnquist (H) 2:17.68.

100 breaststroke — 1. Mingua (H) 1:44.48; 2. Buckenroth (NL) 1:44.95.

400 free relay — 1. New Lebanon (Exley, Buckenroth, Hunt, Miller) 4:50.35; 2. Hudley (Carter, Ublacker, Turnquist, Mingua) 5:59.36.

New Lebanon/Berlin girls 44, Hudson 29

200 medley relay —1. New Lebanon/Berlin (Ryder, Sotek, Meyers, Corsey) 2:22.72; 2. Hudson (O'Connell, Jones, Nayowith, Keil) 2:49.41.

200 freestyle — 1. Danforth (NL) 3.18.07; 2. Shupe (NL) 3.47.71.

200 medley — 1. Sotek (NL) 2:28.93; 2.Jones (H) 3:39.22.

50 freestyle — 1. Keil (H) 33.14; 2. Truax (NL) 34.12; 3. Denue 34.42.

100 butterfly — 1. Sotek (NL) 1:10.02.

100 freestyle — 1. Corsey (NL) 1:15.22; 2.Jones (H) 1:17.80; 3.Truaz (NL) 1:24.40.

500 freestyle — 1. Kiley Danforth (NL) 8:43.49.

200 free relay — 1. New Lebanon/Berlin (Ryder, Meyers) 2:11.63; 2. Hudson (Tamika, Nayowith) 3:07.01.

100 backstroke — 1. Ryder (NL) 1:14.07; 2. O'Connell (H) 1:31.89.

100 breaststroke — 1. Nayowith (H) 1:54.53.400 free relay — 1. Hudson (Keil, O'Connell, Nayowith, Jones) 5:44.94.

College Basketball

MCLA men 75, Rivier 64


NASHUA, N.H. — The MCLA men's basketball team picked up their second win of the season with a 75-64 victory over Rivier on Thursday night. Joaquin Scullark and Hayden Bird scored 23 points each, leading the way for the Trailblazers.

MCLA had no issue getting to the free throw line, converting 26 of 29 free throws, while holding the Raiders to only 16 attempts from the line.

Ki-Shawn Monroe scored just two points for the Trailblazers, however, he brought down six rebounds and had five assists.

Mike Demartinis added another 15 points, including seven-for-seven from the line for MCLA.

The 2-6 Trailblazers will try to make it two-straight on Monday night as they host Union with tip off scheduled for 7 p.m.

Vassar women 81, Williams 71

POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. — Williams fell to 4-4 on the season with Thursday's loss to 5-2 Vassar. The Ephs started the game hot, scoring 23 points in the first quarter, but quickly cooled off, scoring a combined 23 points over the next two quarters.

Maggie Meehan was William's leading scorer with 19 points. Emily Change and Lauren Vostal each added 11 for the Ephs.

The game's leading scorer was Vassar's Sophie Nick, who scored 31 points while bringing down 12 boards in 34 minutes of play. Jackie Cenan added 15 points, seven rebounds, and six assists for the Brewers.

Williams will be back on their home court Sunday to host Wesleyan at 3 p.m.


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