Roundup: Hoosac Valley girls basketball downs Pittsfield High on road

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JUDITH GIBSON-OKUNIEFF — EAGLE CORRESPONDENT
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PITTSFIELD — Hoosac Valley picked up a 61-48 Berkshire North win at the home of the Generals on Thursday night.

Riley Robinson scored a game-high 18 points on a night that had four different Hurricanes finish in double figures.

Gabby Billetz had 13, Sarah Field registered four-made 3-point shots, good for 12 points.

Averie McGrath sprinkled in another 11 points as the Hurricanes move to 13-5 on the year and 4-2 in the North.

Jordyn Lummus just missed a Senior Night triple-double for the Generals (9-9), finishing with 10 points, 12 rebounds and nine assists.

Alexi Sondrini scored a team-high 16.

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HOOSAC VALLEY (61)

Canales 1-0-3, Billetz 5-3-13, Garabedian 0-2-2, Levesque 1-0-2, Robinson 7-0-18, McGrath 4-2-11, Field 4-0-12. Totals 22-7-61.

PITTSFIELD (48)

Sistrunk 1-0-3, Williamson 1-0-2, Sondrini 5-4-16, R. Duquette 1-0-2, J. Duquette 5-0-11, King 2-0-4, Lummus 5-0-10. Totals 20-4-48.

Hoosac     13     18     15     17     —     61

Pittsfield     11     14     10     13     —     48

3-point goals — HV 10 (Robinson 4, Field 4 McGrath Canales); P 4 (Sondrini 2, Sistrunk, J. Duquette).

Taconic 77, Greenfield 44

PITTSFIELD — Every Brave that entered the game put a dent in the scorebook in a big win over Greenfield.

No dent was bigger than the one left by Tamia Patrick, who had a 19-point, 11-rebound double-double.

Ciany Conyers added 16 points, nine assists, five rebound and five steals.

Taconic (16-1) shared the ball for most of the evening as five players had at least three assists

Faith Cross added 10 points, while Taea Bramer and Ahliya Phillips each scored eight.

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GREENFIELD (44)

Rivera 0-1-1, Provost 3-1-8, Kachelmeyer 3-0-6, Haselton 7-3-23, Bergeron 0-4-4, Poirier 0-0-0, Reed 0-0-0, Pruitit-Dahl 1-0-2, Rancourt 0-0-0. Totals 14-9-44.

TACONIC (77)

Buda 2-0-4, Conyers 5-4-16, Bramer 3-1-8, Phillips 4-0-8, Patrick 9-0-19, McNeice 1-1-4, Balcom 3-0-6, Winn 1-0-2, Cross 5-0-10. Totals 33-6-77.

Greenfield     7     16     10     11     —     44          

Taconic     27     17     16     17     —     77

3-point goals — G 4 (Haselton 4, Provost); T 5 (Conyers 2, Bramer, Patrick, McNeice).

Drury 51, Mount Everett 42

SHEFFIELD — Kayla McGrath was money from beyond the arc in Drury's win over Mount Everett.

She cashed five 3-point shots and finished with a game-high 15 points, while Alison Felix added another 14, to power the Blue Devil offense.

The Eagles were up 23-21 at the break, but Drury (7-11, 3-4 in the Berkshire South) outscored Mount Everett 18-12 in the third quarter to take the lead and eventually pull away.

Emily Steuernagle had a team-high 14 points for the Eagles (1-15, 0-6).

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DRURY (51)

McGrath 5-0-15, Houghtaling 1-0-2, Felix 4-5-14, Burdick 3-0-8, Russell 0-1-1, Zoito 0-0-0, Booth 3-1-7, Bobbert 1-2-4, Sampson 0-0-0. Totals 17-9-51.

MOUNT EVERETT (42)

Von Ruden 2-1-6, Sarnacki 0-1-1, NgoyNkulu 1-2-4, E. Steuernagle 5-4-14, Devoti 1-2-4, Ullrich 1-3-5. Totals 12-15-42.

Drury     10     11     18     12     -     51

Mount Everett     12     11     12     7     —     42

3-point goals — D 8 (McGrath 5, Burdick 2, Felx); ME 3 (E. Steurnagle 2, Von Ruden).

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High School Hockey

Wahconah 4, South Hadley 1

PITTSFIELD — Ryan LaPierre scored in every period for the Warriors in a big Fay Division win over South Hadley.

LaPierre's third goal, which was good for a hat trick, gave Wahconah (12-3-1, 6-2-0) a 3-1 lead before Luke Peplowski added the icing on the cake with an unassisted goal of his own midway through the third.

Mason Alfonso was credited with two assists in the win.

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South Hadley     1     0     0     —     1

Wahconah     1     1     2     —     4

First Period

SH — Tsiciboros (Hambley, Cigal), 6:29; W — LaPierre (Alfonso, Cullett), 12:30.

Second Period

W — LaPierre (Alfonso), 12:11.

Third Period

W — LaPierre (unassisted), 3:42; W — Peplowski (unassisted), 7:49.

Wednesday's scores

Easthampton 7, Drury hockey 2

EASTHAMPTON — Samuel Garvey netted a pair of goals for the Blue Devils in a loss to Easthampton on Wednesday night.

He started the game's scoring early in the first quarter and added his second midway through the third period, but that capped Drury's scoring for the night.

Cam Taylor added two assists for the Blue Devils (4-7-3).

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Drury     1     0     1     —     2

Easthampton     2     1     4     —     7

First Period

D — Garvey (Taylor), 0:14; E — Darling (Sullivan), 9:43; E — Sullivan (Darling and Fugiel), 10:00.

Second Period

E — Fugiel (DeLisle), 9:00.

Third Period

E — DeLisle (O'Connor, Fugiel), 5:53 ; D — Garvey (Taylor and Czarnecki), 6:40; E — Sullivan (Duda, Fugiel), 6:52; E — O'Connor (Fugiel, Galpin), 8:36; E — Fugiel (Duda), 8:47.

Monument Mountain boys basketball 86, Hoosac Valley 55

CHESHIRE — Six different Spartans finished with double-digit points in a win at Hoosac Valley.

Monument Mountain pulled away big time in the middle quarters, out-scoring the Hurricanes 53-26.

Caden Gidarakos and Connor Hanavan each had 14 to lead Monument (11-5). Hanavan did most of his damage from range, connecting on three, 3-pointers. Nick Robbins also canned three, 3-pointers and finished with 11 points. Dion Brown added 11 points, 14 assists and nine rebounds. Ed Boyko had 12 points and Kieran Santos 13, as both registered career-highs.

"I was really proud of my guys getting six guys in double figures. We are a very unselfish team." wrote coach Randy Koldys in an email. "Dion took only nine shots and we still scored 86 points."

Izaha Stubbs had a game-high 20 points for Hoosac Valley (9-7).

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MONUMENT MOUNTAIN (86)

Santos 6-0-13, Gidarakos 6-1-14, Boyko 6-0-12, Hanavan 4-3-14, Brown 5-0-11, Kronenberg 0-0-0, Robbins 4-0-11, Goffin 3-0-6, Wellenkamp 1-0-2, Buffoni 1-0-3. Totals 36-4-86.

HOOSAC VALLEY (55)

Meczywor 3-2-9, Desroches 2-0-5, Stubbs 7-5-20, Swistak 0-0-0, Kastner 3-2-8, Davis 2-2-7, Richardson 1-0-3, Leja 0-0-0, Owensby 0-0-0, Levesque 1-1-3, Dozier 0-0-0. Totals 19-12-55.

Monument     20     24     27     15     —     86

Hoosac     17     10     16     12     —     55

3-point goals — MM 10 (Hanavan 3, Robbins 3, Brown, Buffoni, Santos); HV 5 (Meczywor, Desroches, Stubbs, Davis, Richardson).


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