Roundup: Lee girls record road win over Greylock

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WILLIAMSTOWN — The Lee girls basketball team got 20 points from Emma Puleri and 16 from Lydia Simone to record a 50-43 win over Mount Greylock on Friday night.

The Wildcats (5-2, 2-0 Berkshire South) led 8-5 after a quarter, and 28-18 at halftime.

Puleri put away six, 3-point shots.

Greylock (2-3, 2-1) was paced by Emma Stevens with 14 points and Ciera Schwarzer with 13.

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LEE (50)

Bartini 0-0-0, B. Kelly 1-1-3, Ly. Simone 5-4-16, K. Kelly 0-0-0, Maloney 0-3-3, Le. Simone 2-1-5, Simmons 0-0-0, Brown 1-0-3, Puleri 7-0-20. Totals 16-9-50.

MOUNT GREYLOCK (43)

Schwarzer 6-1-13, Levesque 0-0-0, Codding 1-0-2, Stevens 4-5-14, Schoorlemmer 1-0-2, Sullivan 1-1-3, Gilooly 4-0-9, Johnson 0-0-0, Newberry 0-0-0. Totals 17-7-43.

Lee     8     20     12     10     —     50

Greylock     5     13     12     13     —     43

3-point goals — L 9 (Puleri 6, Ly. Simone 2, Brown), MG 2 (Stevens, Gilooly).

Wahconah 53, Mount Everett 30

SHEFFIELD — The Wahconah girls basketball team got 18 points from Maria Gamberoni and another 11 from Noelle Furlong to defeat the host Eagles (1-6).

Morgan Marauszwski added eight points for the Warriors (5-1).

Makenzie Ullrich went for 17 in the loss.

Wahconah's lead was just one, 12-11, after a quarter, but in the second the Warriors outscored the Eagles 20-2 to wrestle control of the contest.

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WAHCONAH (53)

Morris 1-1-3, Furlong 4-0-11, Gagliardi 0-0-0, Belcher 1-0-2, Gamberoni 8-0-18, Cote 3-0-6, Drury 0-0-0, Marauszwski 3-0-8, Quinto 1-0-2, Vidoli 1-0-3. Totals 22-1-53.

MOUNT EVERETT (30)

VonRuden 0-0-0, Sarnacki 0-0-0, Ngoynkulu 0-0-0, A. Steuernagle 0-0-0, Stewart 0-0-0, E. Steuernagle 1-2-4, Devoti 1-0-2, Ullrich 6-0-17, Brown 0-0-0, Goewey 3-1-7. Totals 11-3-30.

Wahconah     12     20     6     10     —     53

Everett     11     2     5     12     —     30

3-point goals — W 8 (Furlong 3, Gamberoni 2, Marauszwski 2, Vidoli), ME 5 (Ullrich 5).

Hoosac Valley 43, Lenox 16

CHESHIRE — Hoosac Valley held Lenox to just three points in the first half to pick up win No. 5 on the season.

The Hurricanes (5-2) set the tone early by shutting out the Millionaires in the first quarter.

"Defensively we've been aggressive with our pressure," Hoosac coach Ron Wojcik said. "We need to put the work in offensively after missing a few 3-pointers and layups."

Shaleigh Levesque scored a season-high 12 points for the home team and Sarah Field canned two 3-point shots en route to a 10-point performance.

Amelia Reis scored eight points for Lenox (2-4).

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LENOX (16)

Alward 0-1-1, Patella 2-0-4, Patel 0-0-0, Paul 0-0-0, Nichols 0-0-0, Najimy 0-0-0, Lipton 0-0-0, Ano 1-0-3, Nicotra 0-0-0, Giardina 0-0-0, Reis 4-0-8. Totals 7-1-16.

HOOSAC VALLEY (43)

Canales 2-0-5, Billetz 0-1-1, Garabedian 1-0-3, Levesque 5-1-12, Davis 0-0-0, Robinson 1-0-2, Hugger 1-0-2, McGrath 1-3-5, Field 3-2-10, Keele 1-0-2. Totals 15-8-43.

Lenox     0     3     6     7     —     16

Hoosac Valley     11     10     4     18     —     43

3-point goals— L 1 (Ano); HV 5 (Field 2, Canales, Levesque, Garabedian).

Taconic 48, Drury 43

NORTH ADAMS — The Blue Devils gave the Braves a run for their money with a 22-17 lead at the half, but Taconic did enough to come back in the second half and pull out the win.

Taconic (7-0) outscored Drury (2-5) 18-9 in the fourth quarter to secure the win.

Ciany Conyers had 13 points and Tamia Patrick added eight in the win.

Kayla McGrath canned three, 3-pointers and finished with a game-high 15 points for Drury.

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TACONIC (48)

Buda 1-0-3, Conyers 6-0-13, Hudson 0-0-0, Phillips 2-1-5, Patrick 3-2-8, McNeice 0-0-0, Balcom 0-0-0, Cross 3-1-7. Totals 19-8-48.

DRURY (43)

McGrath 6-0-15, Felix 1-2-4, Burdick 1-3-5, Cellana 0-0-0, Russell 1-0-3, Ross 1-2-4, Henick 0-0-0, Zoito 2-0-4, Booth 3-2-8. Totals 15-9-43.

Taconic     11     6     13     18     —     48

Drury     9     13     12     9     —     43

3-point goals— T 2 (Buda, Conyers); D 4 (McGrath 3, Russell).

Boys Basketball

Holyoke 79, Pittsfield 67

PITTSFIELD — The first true home game for the Generals (3-5) ended with a loss.

Head coach Brandon Mauer said in an email that "we turned the ball over a lot and it fueled Holyoke's offense. They outrebounded us by 12 and it was the story of the night, their effort was just better than ours tonight.

"We have a lot to do in terms of focus to become the team we want to be, and I'm confident the leaders on this team will help turn this disappointing start to the season around."

No more information from the game was available at press deadline. PHS is back in action today against Baystate Academy.

McCann Tech 70, Smith Vocational 44

NORTHAMPTON — The Hornets (5-2) got 15 points from Tom Ziemba, 12 from Nick LaForest, 11 from Darian Tovani and 10 from Connor Griswold to take down the Vikings.

McCann utilized a 22-6 second quarter to take a commanding, 39-19 lead into halftime.

Every player who got in for McCann on Friday, recorded at least a point.

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MCCANN TECH (70)

Darian Tovani 5-1-11, White 1-0-2, Ziemba 4-4-15, Griswold 3-4-10, LaForest 5-1-12, Boisvert 0-1-1, Jamros 2-0-4, Gagne 1-0-2, Marko 2-0-4, Sumner 3-0-9. Totals 26-11-70.

SMITH VOCATIONAL (44)

Ortiz 2-1-6, Venne 3-0-6, Boisvert 0-2-2, Rivera 5-4-14, Pierce 1-1-3, Adorno 0-3-3, Zink 1-1-3, Torres 0-0-0, Wall 3-0-7. Totals 14-12-44.

McCann     17     22     18     13     —     70

Voke     13     6     6     19     —     44

3-point goals — MT 7 (Ziemba 3, Sumner 3, LaForest), SV 1 (Ortiz).

Wahconah 46, Taconic 40

DALTON — Wahconah's Easton Eberwein nailed a 3-pointer with just 11 seconds left on the clock to ice the game and start Berkshire North play on the right foot with a win against Taconic.

The Warriors led 28-17 at the half, but the Braves inched back by outscoring Wahconah 9-5 in a defensive-orientated third quarter.

"After three 3-pointers in the first half we were able to get to the rim, but Taconic made some good adjustments," Wahconah coach Dustin Belcher said. "I thought both teams did a good job digging in on the defensive end in the third quarter."

Kevin Huban scored a game-high 26 points and knocked down three 3-point shots for Wahconah (6-1, 1-0).

Isaac Percy and Mohammed Sanogo each scored nine points for Taconic (7-3,1-1).

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TACONIC (40)

Harrigan 3-2-8, Bramer 2-0-4, Montgomery 3-0-6, E. Percy 2-0-4, I. Percy 3-2-9, Sanogo 3-3-9. Totals 16-7-40.

WAHCONAH (46)

Mendez 0-0-0, Bernardo 1-0-2, Huban 8-7-26, Eberwein 2-0-6, Salvini 1-1-3, O'Connor 1-0-3, Astore 0-0-0, Hescock 3-0-6. Totals 16-8-46.

3-point goals — T 1 (I. Percy); W 6 (Huban 3, Eberwein 2, O'Connor).

Swimming

Pittsfield boys 66, Mount Anthony 26

PITTSFIELD — Conor Mooney and Connor Hayford each won two individual events and swam on two winning relays to help the Generals (5-1) to the win.

Mooney won the 100 butterfly (1 minute, 2.43 seconds) and 100 backstroke (1:06.91), while Hayford won the 50 freestyle (25.84) and the 100 freestyle (57.02). Both swam on the 200 medley relay and 200 free relay squads, and the 200 free team of Mooney, Hayford, Noah Elzner and James Swanton qualified for Western Mass. with a time of 1:43.83.

Christian Marchbanks (200 free) and Asa Chard (500 free) also won individual events, and swam on the 200 medley relay winning team.

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200 medley relay — 1. Pittsfield 'A' (Marchbanks, Chard, Mooney, Hayford), 2:04.15; 2. MAU (Marsden, Niles, Mazzola, Kristianson), 2:21.78; 3. Pittsfield 'B' (Holloway, Elzner, Swanton, Powell), 2:22.71.

200 free — 1. Marchbanks (P), 2:21.69; 2. Zheng (P), 2:25.64; 3. Becker (MA), 2:46.88.

200 IM — 1. Mazzola (MA), 2:27.13; 2. Swanton (P), 2:32.14; 3. Elzner (P), 2:41.19.

50 free — 1. Hayford (P), 25.84; 2. Kristianson (MA), 27.6; 3. Cronin (P), 36.77.

100 butterfly — 1. Mooney (P), 1:02.43; 2. Elzner (P), 1:19.63.

100 free — 1. Hayford (P), 57.02; 2. Kristianson (MA), 1:05.72; 3. Holloway (P), 1:15.15.

500 free — 1. Chard (P), 6:34.27; 2. Zheng (P), 6:55.31; 3. Niles (MA), 7:56.47.

200 free relay — 1. Pittsfield 'A' (Mooney, Elzner, Swanton, Hayford), 1:43.83; 2. MAU (Marsden, Kristianson, Becker, Niles), 2:01.78; 3. Pittsfield 'B' (Zheng, Cronin, Holloway, Powell), 2:09.18.

100 backstroke — 1. Mooney (P), 1:06.91; 2. Marchbanks (P), 1:11.65; 3. Marsden (MA), 1:38.41.

100 breaststroke — 1. Mazzola (MA), 1:16.02; 2. Chard (P), 1:21.92; 3. Powell (P), 1:44.13.

400 free relay — 1. Pittsfield (Swanton, Marchbanks, Powell, Chard), 4:22.88; 2. MAU (Marsden, Becker, Niles, Mazzola), 4:42.84.

Pittsfield girls 72, Mount Anthony 21

PITTSFIELD — Jackie Roccabruna and Jordan Bradford each won two individual events and combined to help the 200 free relay team to a win, as the Generals (6-0) topped visiting MAU.

Roccabruna won the 50 (27.31 seconds) and 100 freestyle (1:00.71), while Bradford claimed first in the 200 IM (2:32.35) and the 100 backstroke (1:08.53). On the 200 free team, Bradford, Roccabruna, Szofia Lewis and Caitlin Hall won in 1:50.9.

Pittsfield took first in all 11 events to roll to the win.

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200 medley relay — 1. Pittsfield (Steinman, E. Bradford, Coco, Miller), 2:14.82; 2. MAU (Mendez, Nichols, Kopeck, Burhans), 2:22.68.

200 free — 1. Devine (P), 2:12.78; 2. E. Bradford (P), 2:17.02; 3. Greenslet (MA), 3:03.19.

200 IM — 1. J. Bradford (P), 2:32.35; 2. Coco (P), 2:51.38; 3. Kopeck (MA), 2:57.22.

50 free — 1. Roccabruna (P), 27.31; 2. Burhans (MA), 29.53; 3. Mazzeo (P), 34.62.

100 butterfly — 1. Hall (P), 1:06.78; 2. Burhans (MA), 1:20.03; 3. Vittum (P), 1:20.51.

100 free — 1. Roccabruna (P), 1:00.71; 2. Miller (P), 1:05.21; 3. Mendez (MA), 1:05.78.

500 free — 1. Snowise (P), 6:34.76; 2. Steinman (P), 6:40.21; 3. Noyes (MA), 8:10.75.

200 free relay — 1. Pittsfield 'A' (J. Bradford, Lewis, Roccabruna, Hall), 1:50.9; 2. MA (Nichols, Noyes, Kaufer, Mendez), 2:13.41; 3. Pittsfield 'B' (Paredes, Kaddoura, Mazzeo, Coco), 2:15.09.

100 backstroke — 1. J. Bradford (P), 1:08.53; 2. Lewis (P), 1:10.34; 3. Kopeck (MA), 1:13.75.

100 breaststroke — 1. Miller (P), 1:25.63, 2. Snowise (P), 1:28.63; 3. Garcia (MA), 2:16.09.

400 free relay — 1. Pittsfield 'A' (Hall, E. Bradford, Devine, Lewis), 4:13.64; 2. MAU (Noyes, Kaufer, Mendez, Noyes), 4:53.62; 3. Pittsfield 'B' (Vittum, Kaddoura, Paredes, Mazzeo), 5:04.453.

Ice Hockey

Belchertown 2, Mount Everett 1

BELCHERTOWN — Mount Everett's 1-0 lead, earning in the game's opening possession on a strike by Cam Raifstanger, nearly held up for the entire road trip.

Unfortunately for the Eagles (1-6-1, 1-2-1 Wright), Belchertown's last gasp caught win. The Orioles scored twice in the game's final four minutes to upend visiting Everett.

Jack Seward-Dailey held the Orioles at bay all night, making 33 saves.

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Everett     1     0     0     —     1

Belchertown     0     0     2     —     2

First Period

ME — Cam Raifstanger (Dylan Boomsma), 14:53.

Third Period

B — Fransis Nigro (Colby Masse), 3:22; B — Masse (Chris Buffone/Nate Ayers), 0:07.

Saves — ME: Jack Seward-Dailey 33; B: Ethan Rajpold 26.

College Basketball

Hamilton men 79, Williams 78

CLINTON, N.Y. — The Williams men jumped out to a 35-23 lead at halftime, but the Continentals erased the deficit in the second half to post a one-point win.

Williams (6-6, 0-1 NESCAC) led 59-45 with 10:36 to go after a Nick Osarenren dunk for Hamilton.

Eric Anderson scored the go-ahead bucket with 35 seconds left, canning a 3-pointer to make it 75-73. Cole Prowitt-Smith hit a free throw for Williams with 10 seconds left to make it 77-76, but Kena Gilmour hit two free throws to make it 79-76 with eight seconds left. Prowitt-Smith hit two more free throws to make it a one-point game, but the Ephs couldn't find the last point to send it to overtime.

Prowitt-Smith went for 25 off the bench to lead Williams in scoring, while Spencer Spivy added 14 points and seven rebounds, and Matt Karpowicz had 12 points and six assists. Gilmour scored a game-high 28 in the win.

College Hockey

Williams men 4, Wesleyan 2

WILLIAMSTOWN — No. 13. Williams (8-3-0, 6-1-0 NESCAC) scored three goals in the second period, and they stood up in the win.

Nick Altmann, Max Fuld and Niko Karamanis all scored in the period to put Williams up 3-0.

The Cardinals (6-4-0, 2-3-0) came back with two goals in the third period, the second with just under two minutes to play. Searching for the equalizer, Wesleyan pulled its goaltender, and that allowed Tyler Scott to score on an empty net and ice the win.

Jack McCool had a pair of assists in the win, while Cosimo Lazzarino stopped 20 shots.

The Ephs play top-ranked Trinity today at home.

Williams women 2, Trinity 0

HARTFORD, Conn. — The Ephs got the winner through Kelly McCarthy in the second period, then Delaney Szlezyngier scored the insurance tally in the third period.

Williams is now 6-4-1 on the year with the win.

Paige Galle assisted on both goals, and Chloe Heiting made 23 stops to get the shutout in goal.

UMass men 3, Boston College 1

BOSTON — The Minutemen improved to 14-6-1 on the year and 7-3-1 in the Hockey East with a road win over the Eagles (12-5-0, 6-3-0).

Justin Leonard put UMass ahead in the first period, then scored on an empty net in the third to round out the scoring. BC equalized in the first through Alex Newhook, but Jake Gaudet restored the lead at the 16:15 mark of the third period.

Filip Lindberg stopped 41 shots in goal to get the win.

Thursday Scores

Hampden Charter boys basketball 70, Mount Everett 38

SHEFFIELD — The visitors raced out to a 15-6 lead after a quarter and never looked back.

Mount Everett (1-8) was led by Cooper Rothvoss, who went for 10 in the loss.

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HAMPDEN CHARTER (70)

Lewis 6-1-16, Caban 1-0-2, Buckhannon 6-1-16, Abange 2-0-4, Ranck 4-4-12, Smith 3-2-9, Covington 1-0-2, Joseph 1-0-2, Mersincavage 2-0-4, Clarkson 0-0-0, Corbin 1-0-3. Totals 27-8-70.

MOUNT EVERETT (38)

Foster 0-2-2, Carpenter 3-3-9, Monteleone 3-1-9, Henderson 0-0-0, Devoti 0-0-0, Bleau 1-1-4, Rothvoss 5-0-10, Ullrich 2-0-4. Totals 14-7-38.

HC     15     24     11     20     —     70

Everett     6     6     17     9     —     38

3-point goals — HC 9 (Lewis 3, Buckhannon 3, Smith, Corbin), ME 3 (Monteleone 2, Bleau).

Greylock     5     13     12     13     —     43

3-point goals — L 9 (Puleri 6, Ly. Simone 2, Brown), MG 2 (Stevens, Gilooly).

Wahconah 53, Mount Everett 30

SHEFFIELD — The Wahconah girls basketball team got 18 points from Maria Gamberoni and another 11 from Noelle Furlong to defeat the host Eagles (1-6).

Morgan Marauszwski added eight points for the Warriors (5-1).

Makenzie Ullrich went for 17 in the loss.

Wahconah's lead was just one, 12-11, after a quarter, but in the second the Warriors outscored the Eagles 20-2 to wrestle control of the contest.

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WAHCONAH (53)

Morris 1-1-3, Furlong 4-0-11, Gagliardi 0-0-0, Belcher 1-0-2, Gamberoni 8-0-18, Cote 3-0-6, Drury 0-0-0, Marauszwski 3-0-8, Quinto 1-0-2, Vidoli 1-0-3. Totals 22-1-53.

MOUNT EVERETT (30)

VonRuden 0-0-0, Sarnacki 0-0-0, Ngoynkulu 0-0-0, A. Steuernagle 0-0-0, Stewart 0-0-0, E. Steuernagle 1-2-4, Devoti 1-0-2, Ullrich 6-0-17, Brown 0-0-0, Goewey 3-1-7. Totals 11-3-30.

Wahconah     12     20     6     10     —     53

Everett     11     2     5     12     —     30

3-point goals — W 8 (Furlong 3, Gamberoni 2, Marauszwski 2, Vidoli), ME 5 (Ullrich 5).

Hoosac Valley 43, Lenox 16

CHESHIRE — Hoosac Valley held Lenox to just three points in the first half to pick up win No. 5 on the season.

The Hurricanes (5-2) set the tone early by shutting out the Millionaires in the first quarter.

"Defensively we've been aggressive with our pressure," Hoosac coach Ron Wojcik said. "We need to put the work in offensively after missing a few 3-pointers and layups."

Shaleigh Levesque scored a season-high 12 points for the home team and Sarah Field canned two 3-point shots en route to a 10-point performance.

Amelia Reis scored eight points for Lenox (2-4).

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LENOX (16)

Alward 0-1-1, Patella 2-0-4, Patel 0-0-0, Paul 0-0-0, Nichols 0-0-0, Najimy 0-0-0, Lipton 0-0-0, Ano 1-0-3, Nicotra 0-0-0, Giardina 0-0-0, Reis 4-0-8. Totals 7-1-16.

HOOSAC VALLEY (43)

Canales 2-0-5, Billetz 0-1-1, Garabedian 1-0-3, Levesque 5-1-12, Davis 0-0-0, Robinson 1-0-2, Hugger 1-0-2, McGrath 1-3-5, Field 3-2-10, Keele 1-0-2. Totals 15-8-43.

Lenox     0     3     6     7     —     16

Hoosac Valley     11     10     4     18     —     43

3-point goals— L 1 (Ano); HV 5 (Field 2, Canales, Levesque, Garabedian).

Taconic 48, Drury 43

NORTH ADAMS — The Blue Devils gave the Braves a run for their money with a 22-17 lead at the half, but Taconic did enough to come back in the second half and pull out the win.

Taconic (7-0) outscored Drury (2-5) 18-9 in the fourth quarter to secure the win.

Ciany Conyers had 13 points and Tamia Patrick added eight in the win.

Kayla McGrath canned three, 3-pointers and finished with a game-high 15 points for Drury.

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TACONIC (48)

Buda 1-0-3, Conyers 6-0-13, Hudson 0-0-0, Phillips 2-1-5, Patrick 3-2-8, McNeice 0-0-0, Balcom 0-0-0, Cross 3-1-7. Totals 19-8-48.

DRURY (43)

McGrath 6-0-15, Felix 1-2-4, Burdick 1-3-5, Cellana 0-0-0, Russell 1-0-3, Ross 1-2-4, Henick 0-0-0, Zoito 2-0-4, Booth 3-2-8. Totals 15-9-43.

Taconic     11     6     13     18     —     48

Drury     9     13     12     9     —     43

3-point goals— T 2 (Buda, Conyers); D 4 (McGrath 3, Russell).

Boys Basketball

Holyoke 79, Pittsfield 67

PITTSFIELD — The first true home game for the Generals (3-5) ended with a loss.

Head coach Brandon Mauer said in an email that "we turned the ball over a lot and it fueled Holyoke's offense. They outrebounded us by 12 and it was the story of the night, their effort was just better than ours tonight.

"We have a lot to do in terms of focus to become the team we want to be, and I'm confident the leaders on this team will help turn this disappointing start to the season around."

No more information from the game was available at press deadline. PHS is back in action today against Baystate Academy.

McCann Tech 70, Smith Vocational 44

NORTHAMPTON — The Hornets (5-2) got 15 points from Tom Ziemba, 12 from Nick LaForest, 11 from Darian Tovani and 10 from Connor Griswold to take down the Vikings.

McCann utilized a 22-6 second quarter to take a commanding, 39-19 lead into halftime.

Every player who got in for McCann on Friday, recorded at least a point.

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MCCANN TECH (70)

Darian Tovani 5-1-11, White 1-0-2, Ziemba 4-4-15, Griswold 3-4-10, LaForest 5-1-12, Boisvert 0-1-1, Jamros 2-0-4, Gagne 1-0-2, Marko 2-0-4, Sumner 3-0-9. Totals 26-11-70.

SMITH VOCATIONAL (44)

Ortiz 2-1-6, Venne 3-0-6, Boisvert 0-2-2, Rivera 5-4-14, Pierce 1-1-3, Adorno 0-3-3, Zink 1-1-3, Torres 0-0-0, Wall 3-0-7. Totals 14-12-44.

McCann     17     22     18     13     —     70

Voke     13     6     6     19     —     44

3-point goals — MT 7 (Ziemba 3, Sumner 3, LaForest), SV 1 (Ortiz).

Wahconah 46, Taconic 40

DALTON — Wahconah's Easton Eberwein nailed a 3-pointer with just 11 seconds left on the clock to ice the game and start Berkshire North play on the right foot with a win against Taconic.

The Warriors led 28-17 at the half, but the Braves inched back by outscoring Wahconah 9-5 in a defensive-orientated third quarter.

"After three 3-pointers in the first half we were able to get to the rim, but Taconic made some good adjustments," Wahconah coach Dustin Belcher said. "I thought both teams did a good job digging in on the defensive end in the third quarter."

Kevin Huban scored a game-high 26 points and knocked down three 3-point shots for Wahconah (6-1, 1-0).

Isaac Percy and Mohammed Sanogo each scored nine points for Taconic (7-3,1-1).

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TACONIC (40)

Harrigan 3-2-8, Bramer 2-0-4, Montgomery 3-0-6, E. Percy 2-0-4, I. Percy 3-2-9, Sanogo 3-3-9. Totals 16-7-40.

WAHCONAH (46)

Mendez 0-0-0, Bernardo 1-0-2, Huban 8-7-26, Eberwein 2-0-6, Salvini 1-1-3, O'Connor 1-0-3, Astore 0-0-0, Hescock 3-0-6. Totals 16-8-46.

3-point goals — T 1 (I. Percy); W 6 (Huban 3, Eberwein 2, O'Connor).

Swimming

Pittsfield boys 66, Mount Anthony 26

PITTSFIELD — Conor Mooney and Connor Hayford each won two individual events and swam on two winning relays to help the Generals (5-1) to the win.

Mooney won the 100 butterfly (1 minute, 2.43 seconds) and 100 backstroke (1:06.91), while Hayford won the 50 freestyle (25.84) and the 100 freestyle (57.02). Both swam on the 200 medley relay and 200 free relay squads, and the 200 free team of Mooney, Hayford, Noah Elzner and James Swanton qualified for Western Mass. with a time of 1:43.83.

Christian Marchbanks (200 free) and Asa Chard (500 free) also won individual events, and swam on the 200 medley relay winning team.

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200 medley relay — 1. Pittsfield 'A' (Marchbanks, Chard, Mooney, Hayford), 2:04.15; 2. MAU (Marsden, Niles, Mazzola, Kristianson), 2:21.78; 3. Pittsfield 'B' (Holloway, Elzner, Swanton, Powell), 2:22.71.

200 free — 1. Marchbanks (P), 2:21.69; 2. Zheng (P), 2:25.64; 3. Becker (MA), 2:46.88.

200 IM — 1. Mazzola (MA), 2:27.13; 2. Swanton (P), 2:32.14; 3. Elzner (P), 2:41.19.

50 free — 1. Hayford (P), 25.84; 2. Kristianson (MA), 27.6; 3. Cronin (P), 36.77.

100 butterfly — 1. Mooney (P), 1:02.43; 2. Elzner (P), 1:19.63.

100 free — 1. Hayford (P), 57.02; 2. Kristianson (MA), 1:05.72; 3. Holloway (P), 1:15.15.

500 free — 1. Chard (P), 6:34.27; 2. Zheng (P), 6:55.31; 3. Niles (MA), 7:56.47.

200 free relay — 1. Pittsfield 'A' (Mooney, Elzner, Swanton, Hayford), 1:43.83; 2. MAU (Marsden, Kristianson, Becker, Niles), 2:01.78; 3. Pittsfield 'B' (Zheng, Cronin, Holloway, Powell), 2:09.18.

100 backstroke — 1. Mooney (P), 1:06.91; 2. Marchbanks (P), 1:11.65; 3. Marsden (MA), 1:38.41.

100 breaststroke — 1. Mazzola (MA), 1:16.02; 2. Chard (P), 1:21.92; 3. Powell (P), 1:44.13.

400 free relay — 1. Pittsfield (Swanton, Marchbanks, Powell, Chard), 4:22.88; 2. MAU (Marsden, Becker, Niles, Mazzola), 4:42.84.

Pittsfield girls 72, Mount Anthony 21

PITTSFIELD — Jackie Roccabruna and Jordan Bradford each won two individual events and combined to help the 200 free relay team to a win, as the Generals (6-0) topped visiting MAU.

Roccabruna won the 50 (27.31 seconds) and 100 freestyle (1:00.71), while Bradford claimed first in the 200 IM (2:32.35) and the 100 backstroke (1:08.53). On the 200 free team, Bradford, Roccabruna, Szofia Lewis and Caitlin Hall won in 1:50.9.

Pittsfield took first in all 11 events to roll to the win.

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200 medley relay — 1. Pittsfield (Steinman, E. Bradford, Coco, Miller), 2:14.82; 2. MAU (Mendez, Nichols, Kopeck, Burhans), 2:22.68.

200 free — 1. Devine (P), 2:12.78; 2. E. Bradford (P), 2:17.02; 3. Greenslet (MA), 3:03.19.

200 IM — 1. J. Bradford (P), 2:32.35; 2. Coco (P), 2:51.38; 3. Kopeck (MA), 2:57.22.

50 free — 1. Roccabruna (P), 27.31; 2. Burhans (MA), 29.53; 3. Mazzeo (P), 34.62.

100 butterfly — 1. Hall (P), 1:06.78; 2. Burhans (MA), 1:20.03; 3. Vittum (P), 1:20.51.

100 free — 1. Roccabruna (P), 1:00.71; 2. Miller (P), 1:05.21; 3. Mendez (MA), 1:05.78.

500 free — 1. Snowise (P), 6:34.76; 2. Steinman (P), 6:40.21; 3. Noyes (MA), 8:10.75.

200 free relay — 1. Pittsfield 'A' (J. Bradford, Lewis, Roccabruna, Hall), 1:50.9; 2. MA (Nichols, Noyes, Kaufer, Mendez), 2:13.41; 3. Pittsfield 'B' (Paredes, Kaddoura, Mazzeo, Coco), 2:15.09.

100 backstroke — 1. J. Bradford (P), 1:08.53; 2. Lewis (P), 1:10.34; 3. Kopeck (MA), 1:13.75.

100 breaststroke — 1. Miller (P), 1:25.63, 2. Snowise (P), 1:28.63; 3. Garcia (MA), 2:16.09.

400 free relay — 1. Pittsfield 'A' (Hall, E. Bradford, Devine, Lewis), 4:13.64; 2. MAU (Noyes, Kaufer, Mendez, Noyes), 4:53.62; 3. Pittsfield 'B' (Vittum, Kaddoura, Paredes, Mazzeo), 5:04.453.

Ice Hockey

Belchertown 2, Mount Everett 1

BELCHERTOWN — Mount Everett's 1-0 lead, earning in the game's opening possession on a strike by Cam Raifstanger, nearly held up for the entire road trip.

Unfortunately for the Eagles (1-6-1, 1-2-1 Wright), Belchertown's last gasp caught win. The Orioles scored twice in the game's final four minutes to upend visiting Everett.

Jack Seward-Dailey held the Orioles at bay all night, making 33 saves.

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Everett     1     0     0     —     1

Belchertown     0     0     2     —     2

First Period

ME — Cam Raifstanger (Dylan Boomsma), 14:53.

Third Period

B — Fransis Nigro (Colby Masse), 3:22; B — Masse (Chris Buffone/Nate Ayers), 0:07.

Saves — ME: Jack Seward-Dailey 33; B: Ethan Rajpold 26.

College Basketball

Hamilton men 79, Williams 78

CLINTON, N.Y. — The Williams men jumped out to a 35-23 lead at halftime, but the Continentals erased the deficit in the second half to post a one-point win.

Williams (6-6, 0-1 NESCAC) led 59-45 with 10:36 to go after a Nick Osarenren dunk for Hamilton.

Eric Anderson scored the go-ahead bucket with 35 seconds left, canning a 3-pointer to make it 75-73. Cole Prowitt-Smith hit a free throw for Williams with 10 seconds left to make it 77-76, but Kena Gilmour hit two free throws to make it 79-76 with eight seconds left. Prowitt-Smith hit two more free throws to make it a one-point game, but the Ephs couldn't find the last point to send it to overtime.

Prowitt-Smith went for 25 off the bench to lead Williams in scoring, while Spencer Spivy added 14 points and seven rebounds, and Matt Karpowicz had 12 points and six assists. Gilmour scored a game-high 28 in the win.

College Hockey

Williams men 4, Wesleyan 2

WILLIAMSTOWN — No. 13. Williams (8-3-0, 6-1-0 NESCAC) scored three goals in the second period, and they stood up in the win.

Nick Altmann, Max Fuld and Niko Karamanis all scored in the period to put Williams up 3-0.

The Cardinals (6-4-0, 2-3-0) came back with two goals in the third period, the second with just under two minutes to play. Searching for the equalizer, Wesleyan pulled its goaltender, and that allowed Tyler Scott to score on an empty net and ice the win.

Jack McCool had a pair of assists in the win, while Cosimo Lazzarino stopped 20 shots.

The Ephs play top-ranked Trinity today at home.

Williams women 2, Trinity 0

HARTFORD, Conn. — The Ephs got the winner through Kelly McCarthy in the second period, then Delaney Szlezyngier scored the insurance tally in the third period.

Williams is now 6-4-1 on the year with the win.

Paige Galle assisted on both goals, and Chloe Heiting made 23 stops to get the shutout in goal.

UMass men 3, Boston College 1

BOSTON — The Minutemen improved to 14-6-1 on the year and 7-3-1 in the Hockey East with a road win over the Eagles (12-5-0, 6-3-0).

Justin Leonard put UMass ahead in the first period, then scored on an empty net in the third to round out the scoring. BC equalized in the first through Alex Newhook, but Jake Gaudet restored the lead at the 16:15 mark of the third period.

Filip Lindberg stopped 41 shots in goal to get the win.

Thursday Scores

Hampden Charter boys basketball 70, Mount Everett 38

SHEFFIELD — The visitors raced out to a 15-6 lead after a quarter and never looked back.

Mount Everett (1-8) was led by Cooper Rothvoss, who went for 10 in the loss.

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HAMPDEN CHARTER (70)

Lewis 6-1-16, Caban 1-0-2, Buckhannon 6-1-16, Abange 2-0-4, Ranck 4-4-12, Smith 3-2-9, Covington 1-0-2, Joseph 1-0-2, Mersincavage 2-0-4, Clarkson 0-0-0, Corbin 1-0-3. Totals 27-8-70.

MOUNT EVERETT (38)

Foster 0-2-2, Carpenter 3-3-9, Monteleone 3-1-9, Henderson 0-0-0, Devoti 0-0-0, Bleau 1-1-4, Rothvoss 5-0-10, Ullrich 2-0-4. Totals 14-7-38.

HC     15     24     11     20     —     70

Everett     6     6     17     9     —     38

3-point goals — HC 9 (Lewis 3, Buckhannon 3, Smith, Corbin), ME 3 (Monteleone 2, Bleau).

3-point goals — L 9 (Puleri 6, Ly. Simone 2, Brown), MG 2 (Stevens, Gilooly).

Wahconah 53, Mount Everett 30

SHEFFIELD — The Wahconah girls basketball team got 18 points from Maria Gamberoni and another 11 from Noelle Furlong to defeat the host Eagles (1-6).

Morgan Marauszwski added eight points for the Warriors (5-1).

Makenzie Ullrich went for 17 in the loss.

Wahconah's lead was just one, 12-11, after a quarter, but in the second the Warriors outscored the Eagles 20-2 to wrestle control of the contest.

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WAHCONAH (53)

Morris 1-1-3, Furlong 4-0-11, Gagliardi 0-0-0, Belcher 1-0-2, Gamberoni 8-0-18, Cote 3-0-6, Drury 0-0-0, Marauszwski 3-0-8, Quinto 1-0-2, Vidoli 1-0-3. Totals 22-1-53.

MOUNT EVERETT (30)

VonRuden 0-0-0, Sarnacki 0-0-0, Ngoynkulu 0-0-0, A. Steuernagle 0-0-0, Stewart 0-0-0, E. Steuernagle 1-2-4, Devoti 1-0-2, Ullrich 6-0-17, Brown 0-0-0, Goewey 3-1-7. Totals 11-3-30.

Wahconah     12     20     6     10     —     53

Everett     11     2     5     12     —     30

3-point goals — W 8 (Furlong 3, Gamberoni 2, Marauszwski 2, Vidoli), ME 5 (Ullrich 5).

Hoosac Valley 43, Lenox 16

CHESHIRE — Hoosac Valley held Lenox to just three points in the first half to pick up win No. 5 on the season.

The Hurricanes (5-2) set the tone early by shutting out the Millionaires in the first quarter.

"Defensively we've been aggressive with our pressure," Hoosac coach Ron Wojcik said. "We need to put the work in offensively after missing a few 3-pointers and layups."

Shaleigh Levesque scored a season-high 12 points for the home team and Sarah Field canned two 3-point shots en route to a 10-point performance.

Amelia Reis scored eight points for Lenox (2-4).

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LENOX (16)

Alward 0-1-1, Patella 2-0-4, Patel 0-0-0, Paul 0-0-0, Nichols 0-0-0, Najimy 0-0-0, Lipton 0-0-0, Ano 1-0-3, Nicotra 0-0-0, Giardina 0-0-0, Reis 4-0-8. Totals 7-1-16.

HOOSAC VALLEY (43)

Canales 2-0-5, Billetz 0-1-1, Garabedian 1-0-3, Levesque 5-1-12, Davis 0-0-0, Robinson 1-0-2, Hugger 1-0-2, McGrath 1-3-5, Field 3-2-10, Keele 1-0-2. Totals 15-8-43.

Lenox     0     3     6     7     —     16

Hoosac Valley     11     10     4     18     —     43

3-point goals— L 1 (Ano); HV 5 (Field 2, Canales, Levesque, Garabedian).

Taconic 48, Drury 43

NORTH ADAMS — The Blue Devils gave the Braves a run for their money with a 22-17 lead at the half, but Taconic did enough to come back in the second half and pull out the win.

Taconic (7-0) outscored Drury (2-5) 18-9 in the fourth quarter to secure the win.

Ciany Conyers had 13 points and Tamia Patrick added eight in the win.

Kayla McGrath canned three, 3-pointers and finished with a game-high 15 points for Drury.

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TACONIC (48)

Buda 1-0-3, Conyers 6-0-13, Hudson 0-0-0, Phillips 2-1-5, Patrick 3-2-8, McNeice 0-0-0, Balcom 0-0-0, Cross 3-1-7. Totals 19-8-48.

DRURY (43)

McGrath 6-0-15, Felix 1-2-4, Burdick 1-3-5, Cellana 0-0-0, Russell 1-0-3, Ross 1-2-4, Henick 0-0-0, Zoito 2-0-4, Booth 3-2-8. Totals 15-9-43.

Taconic     11     6     13     18     —     48

Drury     9     13     12     9     —     43

3-point goals— T 2 (Buda, Conyers); D 4 (McGrath 3, Russell).

Boys Basketball

Holyoke 79, Pittsfield 67

PITTSFIELD — The first true home game for the Generals (3-5) ended with a loss.

Head coach Brandon Mauer said in an email that "we turned the ball over a lot and it fueled Holyoke's offense. They outrebounded us by 12 and it was the story of the night, their effort was just better than ours tonight.

"We have a lot to do in terms of focus to become the team we want to be, and I'm confident the leaders on this team will help turn this disappointing start to the season around."

No more information from the game was available at press deadline. PHS is back in action today against Baystate Academy.

McCann Tech 70, Smith Vocational 44

NORTHAMPTON — The Hornets (5-2) got 15 points from Tom Ziemba, 12 from Nick LaForest, 11 from Darian Tovani and 10 from Connor Griswold to take down the Vikings.

McCann utilized a 22-6 second quarter to take a commanding, 39-19 lead into halftime.

Every player who got in for McCann on Friday, recorded at least a point.

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MCCANN TECH (70)

Darian Tovani 5-1-11, White 1-0-2, Ziemba 4-4-15, Griswold 3-4-10, LaForest 5-1-12, Boisvert 0-1-1, Jamros 2-0-4, Gagne 1-0-2, Marko 2-0-4, Sumner 3-0-9. Totals 26-11-70.

SMITH VOCATIONAL (44)

Ortiz 2-1-6, Venne 3-0-6, Boisvert 0-2-2, Rivera 5-4-14, Pierce 1-1-3, Adorno 0-3-3, Zink 1-1-3, Torres 0-0-0, Wall 3-0-7. Totals 14-12-44.

McCann     17     22     18     13     —     70

Voke     13     6     6     19     —     44

3-point goals — MT 7 (Ziemba 3, Sumner 3, LaForest), SV 1 (Ortiz).

Wahconah 46, Taconic 40

DALTON — Wahconah's Easton Eberwein nailed a 3-pointer with just 11 seconds left on the clock to ice the game and start Berkshire North play on the right foot with a win against Taconic.

The Warriors led 28-17 at the half, but the Braves inched back by outscoring Wahconah 9-5 in a defensive-orientated third quarter.

"After three 3-pointers in the first half we were able to get to the rim, but Taconic made some good adjustments," Wahconah coach Dustin Belcher said. "I thought both teams did a good job digging in on the defensive end in the third quarter."

Kevin Huban scored a game-high 26 points and knocked down three 3-point shots for Wahconah (6-1, 1-0).

Isaac Percy and Mohammed Sanogo each scored nine points for Taconic (7-3,1-1).

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TACONIC (40)

Harrigan 3-2-8, Bramer 2-0-4, Montgomery 3-0-6, E. Percy 2-0-4, I. Percy 3-2-9, Sanogo 3-3-9. Totals 16-7-40.

WAHCONAH (46)

Mendez 0-0-0, Bernardo 1-0-2, Huban 8-7-26, Eberwein 2-0-6, Salvini 1-1-3, O'Connor 1-0-3, Astore 0-0-0, Hescock 3-0-6. Totals 16-8-46.

3-point goals — T 1 (I. Percy); W 6 (Huban 3, Eberwein 2, O'Connor).

Swimming

Pittsfield boys 66, Mount Anthony 26

PITTSFIELD — Conor Mooney and Connor Hayford each won two individual events and swam on two winning relays to help the Generals (5-1) to the win.

Mooney won the 100 butterfly (1 minute, 2.43 seconds) and 100 backstroke (1:06.91), while Hayford won the 50 freestyle (25.84) and the 100 freestyle (57.02). Both swam on the 200 medley relay and 200 free relay squads, and the 200 free team of Mooney, Hayford, Noah Elzner and James Swanton qualified for Western Mass. with a time of 1:43.83.

Christian Marchbanks (200 free) and Asa Chard (500 free) also won individual events, and swam on the 200 medley relay winning team.

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200 medley relay — 1. Pittsfield 'A' (Marchbanks, Chard, Mooney, Hayford), 2:04.15; 2. MAU (Marsden, Niles, Mazzola, Kristianson), 2:21.78; 3. Pittsfield 'B' (Holloway, Elzner, Swanton, Powell), 2:22.71.

200 free — 1. Marchbanks (P), 2:21.69; 2. Zheng (P), 2:25.64; 3. Becker (MA), 2:46.88.

200 IM — 1. Mazzola (MA), 2:27.13; 2. Swanton (P), 2:32.14; 3. Elzner (P), 2:41.19.

50 free — 1. Hayford (P), 25.84; 2. Kristianson (MA), 27.6; 3. Cronin (P), 36.77.

100 butterfly — 1. Mooney (P), 1:02.43; 2. Elzner (P), 1:19.63.

100 free — 1. Hayford (P), 57.02; 2. Kristianson (MA), 1:05.72; 3. Holloway (P), 1:15.15.

500 free — 1. Chard (P), 6:34.27; 2. Zheng (P), 6:55.31; 3. Niles (MA), 7:56.47.

200 free relay — 1. Pittsfield 'A' (Mooney, Elzner, Swanton, Hayford), 1:43.83; 2. MAU (Marsden, Kristianson, Becker, Niles), 2:01.78; 3. Pittsfield 'B' (Zheng, Cronin, Holloway, Powell), 2:09.18.

100 backstroke — 1. Mooney (P), 1:06.91; 2. Marchbanks (P), 1:11.65; 3. Marsden (MA), 1:38.41.

100 breaststroke — 1. Mazzola (MA), 1:16.02; 2. Chard (P), 1:21.92; 3. Powell (P), 1:44.13.

400 free relay — 1. Pittsfield (Swanton, Marchbanks, Powell, Chard), 4:22.88; 2. MAU (Marsden, Becker, Niles, Mazzola), 4:42.84.

Pittsfield girls 72, Mount Anthony 21

PITTSFIELD — Jackie Roccabruna and Jordan Bradford each won two individual events and combined to help the 200 free relay team to a win, as the Generals (6-0) topped visiting MAU.

Roccabruna won the 50 (27.31 seconds) and 100 freestyle (1:00.71), while Bradford claimed first in the 200 IM (2:32.35) and the 100 backstroke (1:08.53). On the 200 free team, Bradford, Roccabruna, Szofia Lewis and Caitlin Hall won in 1:50.9.

Pittsfield took first in all 11 events to roll to the win.

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200 medley relay — 1. Pittsfield (Steinman, E. Bradford, Coco, Miller), 2:14.82; 2. MAU (Mendez, Nichols, Kopeck, Burhans), 2:22.68.

200 free — 1. Devine (P), 2:12.78; 2. E. Bradford (P), 2:17.02; 3. Greenslet (MA), 3:03.19.

200 IM — 1. J. Bradford (P), 2:32.35; 2. Coco (P), 2:51.38; 3. Kopeck (MA), 2:57.22.

50 free — 1. Roccabruna (P), 27.31; 2. Burhans (MA), 29.53; 3. Mazzeo (P), 34.62.

100 butterfly — 1. Hall (P), 1:06.78; 2. Burhans (MA), 1:20.03; 3. Vittum (P), 1:20.51.

100 free — 1. Roccabruna (P), 1:00.71; 2. Miller (P), 1:05.21; 3. Mendez (MA), 1:05.78.

500 free — 1. Snowise (P), 6:34.76; 2. Steinman (P), 6:40.21; 3. Noyes (MA), 8:10.75.

200 free relay — 1. Pittsfield 'A' (J. Bradford, Lewis, Roccabruna, Hall), 1:50.9; 2. MA (Nichols, Noyes, Kaufer, Mendez), 2:13.41; 3. Pittsfield 'B' (Paredes, Kaddoura, Mazzeo, Coco), 2:15.09.

100 backstroke — 1. J. Bradford (P), 1:08.53; 2. Lewis (P), 1:10.34; 3. Kopeck (MA), 1:13.75.

100 breaststroke — 1. Miller (P), 1:25.63, 2. Snowise (P), 1:28.63; 3. Garcia (MA), 2:16.09.

400 free relay — 1. Pittsfield 'A' (Hall, E. Bradford, Devine, Lewis), 4:13.64; 2. MAU (Noyes, Kaufer, Mendez, Noyes), 4:53.62; 3. Pittsfield 'B' (Vittum, Kaddoura, Paredes, Mazzeo), 5:04.453.

Ice Hockey

Belchertown 2, Mount Everett 1

BELCHERTOWN — Mount Everett's 1-0 lead, earning in the game's opening possession on a strike by Cam Raifstanger, nearly held up for the entire road trip.

Unfortunately for the Eagles (1-6-1, 1-2-1 Wright), Belchertown's last gasp caught win. The Orioles scored twice in the game's final four minutes to upend visiting Everett.

Jack Seward-Dailey held the Orioles at bay all night, making 33 saves.

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Everett     1     0     0     —     1

Belchertown     0     0     2     —     2

First Period

ME — Cam Raifstanger (Dylan Boomsma), 14:53.

Third Period

B — Fransis Nigro (Colby Masse), 3:22; B — Masse (Chris Buffone/Nate Ayers), 0:07.

Saves — ME: Jack Seward-Dailey 33; B: Ethan Rajpold 26.

College Basketball

Hamilton men 79, Williams 78

CLINTON, N.Y. — The Williams men jumped out to a 35-23 lead at halftime, but the Continentals erased the deficit in the second half to post a one-point win.

Williams (6-6, 0-1 NESCAC) led 59-45 with 10:36 to go after a Nick Osarenren dunk for Hamilton.

Eric Anderson scored the go-ahead bucket with 35 seconds left, canning a 3-pointer to make it 75-73. Cole Prowitt-Smith hit a free throw for Williams with 10 seconds left to make it 77-76, but Kena Gilmour hit two free throws to make it 79-76 with eight seconds left. Prowitt-Smith hit two more free throws to make it a one-point game, but the Ephs couldn't find the last point to send it to overtime.

Prowitt-Smith went for 25 off the bench to lead Williams in scoring, while Spencer Spivy added 14 points and seven rebounds, and Matt Karpowicz had 12 points and six assists. Gilmour scored a game-high 28 in the win.

College Hockey

Williams men 4, Wesleyan 2

WILLIAMSTOWN — No. 13. Williams (8-3-0, 6-1-0 NESCAC) scored three goals in the second period, and they stood up in the win.

Nick Altmann, Max Fuld and Niko Karamanis all scored in the period to put Williams up 3-0.

The Cardinals (6-4-0, 2-3-0) came back with two goals in the third period, the second with just under two minutes to play. Searching for the equalizer, Wesleyan pulled its goaltender, and that allowed Tyler Scott to score on an empty net and ice the win.

Jack McCool had a pair of assists in the win, while Cosimo Lazzarino stopped 20 shots.

The Ephs play top-ranked Trinity today at home.

Williams women 2, Trinity 0

HARTFORD, Conn. — The Ephs got the winner through Kelly McCarthy in the second period, then Delaney Szlezyngier scored the insurance tally in the third period.

Williams is now 6-4-1 on the year with the win.

Paige Galle assisted on both goals, and Chloe Heiting made 23 stops to get the shutout in goal.

UMass men 3, Boston College 1

BOSTON — The Minutemen improved to 14-6-1 on the year and 7-3-1 in the Hockey East with a road win over the Eagles (12-5-0, 6-3-0).

Justin Leonard put UMass ahead in the first period, then scored on an empty net in the third to round out the scoring. BC equalized in the first through Alex Newhook, but Jake Gaudet restored the lead at the 16:15 mark of the third period.

Filip Lindberg stopped 41 shots in goal to get the win.

Thursday Scores

Hampden Charter boys basketball 70, Mount Everett 38

SHEFFIELD — The visitors raced out to a 15-6 lead after a quarter and never looked back.

Mount Everett (1-8) was led by Cooper Rothvoss, who went for 10 in the loss.

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HAMPDEN CHARTER (70)

Lewis 6-1-16, Caban 1-0-2, Buckhannon 6-1-16, Abange 2-0-4, Ranck 4-4-12, Smith 3-2-9, Covington 1-0-2, Joseph 1-0-2, Mersincavage 2-0-4, Clarkson 0-0-0, Corbin 1-0-3. Totals 27-8-70.

MOUNT EVERETT (38)

Foster 0-2-2, Carpenter 3-3-9, Monteleone 3-1-9, Henderson 0-0-0, Devoti 0-0-0, Bleau 1-1-4, Rothvoss 5-0-10, Ullrich 2-0-4. Totals 14-7-38.

HC     15     24     11     20     —     70

Everett     6     6     17     9     —     38

3-point goals — HC 9 (Lewis 3, Buckhannon 3, Smith, Corbin), ME 3 (Monteleone 2, Bleau).

Everett     11     2     5     12     —     30

3-point goals — W 8 (Furlong 3, Gamberoni 2, Marauszwski 2, Vidoli), ME 5 (Ullrich 5).

Hoosac Valley 43, Lenox 16

CHESHIRE — Hoosac Valley held Lenox to just three points in the first half to pick up win No. 5 on the season.

The Hurricanes (5-2) set the tone early by shutting out the Millionaires in the first quarter.

"Defensively we've been aggressive with our pressure," Hoosac coach Ron Wojcik said. "We need to put the work in offensively after missing a few 3-pointers and layups."

Shaleigh Levesque scored a season-high 12 points for the home team and Sarah Field canned two 3-point shots en route to a 10-point performance.

Amelia Reis scored eight points for Lenox (2-4).

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LENOX (16)

Alward 0-1-1, Patella 2-0-4, Patel 0-0-0, Paul 0-0-0, Nichols 0-0-0, Najimy 0-0-0, Lipton 0-0-0, Ano 1-0-3, Nicotra 0-0-0, Giardina 0-0-0, Reis 4-0-8. Totals 7-1-16.

HOOSAC VALLEY (43)

Canales 2-0-5, Billetz 0-1-1, Garabedian 1-0-3, Levesque 5-1-12, Davis 0-0-0, Robinson 1-0-2, Hugger 1-0-2, McGrath 1-3-5, Field 3-2-10, Keele 1-0-2. Totals 15-8-43.

Lenox     0     3     6     7     —     16

Hoosac Valley     11     10     4     18     —     43

3-point goals— L 1 (Ano); HV 5 (Field 2, Canales, Levesque, Garabedian).

Taconic 48, Drury 43

NORTH ADAMS — The Blue Devils gave the Braves a run for their money with a 22-17 lead at the half, but Taconic did enough to come back in the second half and pull out the win.

Taconic (7-0) outscored Drury (2-5) 18-9 in the fourth quarter to secure the win.

Ciany Conyers had 13 points and Tamia Patrick added eight in the win.

Kayla McGrath canned three, 3-pointers and finished with a game-high 15 points for Drury.

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TACONIC (48)

Buda 1-0-3, Conyers 6-0-13, Hudson 0-0-0, Phillips 2-1-5, Patrick 3-2-8, McNeice 0-0-0, Balcom 0-0-0, Cross 3-1-7. Totals 19-8-48.

DRURY (43)

McGrath 6-0-15, Felix 1-2-4, Burdick 1-3-5, Cellana 0-0-0, Russell 1-0-3, Ross 1-2-4, Henick 0-0-0, Zoito 2-0-4, Booth 3-2-8. Totals 15-9-43.

Taconic     11     6     13     18     —     48

Drury     9     13     12     9     —     43

3-point goals— T 2 (Buda, Conyers); D 4 (McGrath 3, Russell).

Boys Basketball

Holyoke 79, Pittsfield 67

PITTSFIELD — The first true home game for the Generals (3-5) ended with a loss.

Head coach Brandon Mauer said in an email that "we turned the ball over a lot and it fueled Holyoke's offense. They outrebounded us by 12 and it was the story of the night, their effort was just better than ours tonight.

"We have a lot to do in terms of focus to become the team we want to be, and I'm confident the leaders on this team will help turn this disappointing start to the season around."

No more information from the game was available at press deadline. PHS is back in action today against Baystate Academy.

McCann Tech 70, Smith Vocational 44

NORTHAMPTON — The Hornets (5-2) got 15 points from Tom Ziemba, 12 from Nick LaForest, 11 from Darian Tovani and 10 from Connor Griswold to take down the Vikings.

McCann utilized a 22-6 second quarter to take a commanding, 39-19 lead into halftime.

Every player who got in for McCann on Friday, recorded at least a point.

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MCCANN TECH (70)

Darian Tovani 5-1-11, White 1-0-2, Ziemba 4-4-15, Griswold 3-4-10, LaForest 5-1-12, Boisvert 0-1-1, Jamros 2-0-4, Gagne 1-0-2, Marko 2-0-4, Sumner 3-0-9. Totals 26-11-70.

SMITH VOCATIONAL (44)

Ortiz 2-1-6, Venne 3-0-6, Boisvert 0-2-2, Rivera 5-4-14, Pierce 1-1-3, Adorno 0-3-3, Zink 1-1-3, Torres 0-0-0, Wall 3-0-7. Totals 14-12-44.

McCann     17     22     18     13     —     70

Voke     13     6     6     19     —     44

3-point goals — MT 7 (Ziemba 3, Sumner 3, LaForest), SV 1 (Ortiz).

Wahconah 46, Taconic 40

DALTON — Wahconah's Easton Eberwein nailed a 3-pointer with just 11 seconds left on the clock to ice the game and start Berkshire North play on the right foot with a win against Taconic.

The Warriors led 28-17 at the half, but the Braves inched back by outscoring Wahconah 9-5 in a defensive-orientated third quarter.

"After three 3-pointers in the first half we were able to get to the rim, but Taconic made some good adjustments," Wahconah coach Dustin Belcher said. "I thought both teams did a good job digging in on the defensive end in the third quarter."

Kevin Huban scored a game-high 26 points and knocked down three 3-point shots for Wahconah (6-1, 1-0).

Isaac Percy and Mohammed Sanogo each scored nine points for Taconic (7-3,1-1).

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TACONIC (40)

Harrigan 3-2-8, Bramer 2-0-4, Montgomery 3-0-6, E. Percy 2-0-4, I. Percy 3-2-9, Sanogo 3-3-9. Totals 16-7-40.

WAHCONAH (46)

Mendez 0-0-0, Bernardo 1-0-2, Huban 8-7-26, Eberwein 2-0-6, Salvini 1-1-3, O'Connor 1-0-3, Astore 0-0-0, Hescock 3-0-6. Totals 16-8-46.

3-point goals — T 1 (I. Percy); W 6 (Huban 3, Eberwein 2, O'Connor).

Swimming

Pittsfield boys 66, Mount Anthony 26

PITTSFIELD — Conor Mooney and Connor Hayford each won two individual events and swam on two winning relays to help the Generals (5-1) to the win.

Mooney won the 100 butterfly (1 minute, 2.43 seconds) and 100 backstroke (1:06.91), while Hayford won the 50 freestyle (25.84) and the 100 freestyle (57.02). Both swam on the 200 medley relay and 200 free relay squads, and the 200 free team of Mooney, Hayford, Noah Elzner and James Swanton qualified for Western Mass. with a time of 1:43.83.

Christian Marchbanks (200 free) and Asa Chard (500 free) also won individual events, and swam on the 200 medley relay winning team.

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200 medley relay — 1. Pittsfield 'A' (Marchbanks, Chard, Mooney, Hayford), 2:04.15; 2. MAU (Marsden, Niles, Mazzola, Kristianson), 2:21.78; 3. Pittsfield 'B' (Holloway, Elzner, Swanton, Powell), 2:22.71.

200 free — 1. Marchbanks (P), 2:21.69; 2. Zheng (P), 2:25.64; 3. Becker (MA), 2:46.88.

200 IM — 1. Mazzola (MA), 2:27.13; 2. Swanton (P), 2:32.14; 3. Elzner (P), 2:41.19.

50 free — 1. Hayford (P), 25.84; 2. Kristianson (MA), 27.6; 3. Cronin (P), 36.77.

100 butterfly — 1. Mooney (P), 1:02.43; 2. Elzner (P), 1:19.63.

100 free — 1. Hayford (P), 57.02; 2. Kristianson (MA), 1:05.72; 3. Holloway (P), 1:15.15.

500 free — 1. Chard (P), 6:34.27; 2. Zheng (P), 6:55.31; 3. Niles (MA), 7:56.47.

200 free relay — 1. Pittsfield 'A' (Mooney, Elzner, Swanton, Hayford), 1:43.83; 2. MAU (Marsden, Kristianson, Becker, Niles), 2:01.78; 3. Pittsfield 'B' (Zheng, Cronin, Holloway, Powell), 2:09.18.

100 backstroke — 1. Mooney (P), 1:06.91; 2. Marchbanks (P), 1:11.65; 3. Marsden (MA), 1:38.41.

100 breaststroke — 1. Mazzola (MA), 1:16.02; 2. Chard (P), 1:21.92; 3. Powell (P), 1:44.13.

400 free relay — 1. Pittsfield (Swanton, Marchbanks, Powell, Chard), 4:22.88; 2. MAU (Marsden, Becker, Niles, Mazzola), 4:42.84.

Pittsfield girls 72, Mount Anthony 21

PITTSFIELD — Jackie Roccabruna and Jordan Bradford each won two individual events and combined to help the 200 free relay team to a win, as the Generals (6-0) topped visiting MAU.

Roccabruna won the 50 (27.31 seconds) and 100 freestyle (1:00.71), while Bradford claimed first in the 200 IM (2:32.35) and the 100 backstroke (1:08.53). On the 200 free team, Bradford, Roccabruna, Szofia Lewis and Caitlin Hall won in 1:50.9.

Pittsfield took first in all 11 events to roll to the win.

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200 medley relay — 1. Pittsfield (Steinman, E. Bradford, Coco, Miller), 2:14.82; 2. MAU (Mendez, Nichols, Kopeck, Burhans), 2:22.68.

200 free — 1. Devine (P), 2:12.78; 2. E. Bradford (P), 2:17.02; 3. Greenslet (MA), 3:03.19.

200 IM — 1. J. Bradford (P), 2:32.35; 2. Coco (P), 2:51.38; 3. Kopeck (MA), 2:57.22.

50 free — 1. Roccabruna (P), 27.31; 2. Burhans (MA), 29.53; 3. Mazzeo (P), 34.62.

100 butterfly — 1. Hall (P), 1:06.78; 2. Burhans (MA), 1:20.03; 3. Vittum (P), 1:20.51.

100 free — 1. Roccabruna (P), 1:00.71; 2. Miller (P), 1:05.21; 3. Mendez (MA), 1:05.78.

500 free — 1. Snowise (P), 6:34.76; 2. Steinman (P), 6:40.21; 3. Noyes (MA), 8:10.75.

200 free relay — 1. Pittsfield 'A' (J. Bradford, Lewis, Roccabruna, Hall), 1:50.9; 2. MA (Nichols, Noyes, Kaufer, Mendez), 2:13.41; 3. Pittsfield 'B' (Paredes, Kaddoura, Mazzeo, Coco), 2:15.09.

100 backstroke — 1. J. Bradford (P), 1:08.53; 2. Lewis (P), 1:10.34; 3. Kopeck (MA), 1:13.75.

100 breaststroke — 1. Miller (P), 1:25.63, 2. Snowise (P), 1:28.63; 3. Garcia (MA), 2:16.09.

400 free relay — 1. Pittsfield 'A' (Hall, E. Bradford, Devine, Lewis), 4:13.64; 2. MAU (Noyes, Kaufer, Mendez, Noyes), 4:53.62; 3. Pittsfield 'B' (Vittum, Kaddoura, Paredes, Mazzeo), 5:04.453.

Ice Hockey

Belchertown 2, Mount Everett 1

BELCHERTOWN — Mount Everett's 1-0 lead, earning in the game's opening possession on a strike by Cam Raifstanger, nearly held up for the entire road trip.

Unfortunately for the Eagles (1-6-1, 1-2-1 Wright), Belchertown's last gasp caught win. The Orioles scored twice in the game's final four minutes to upend visiting Everett.

Jack Seward-Dailey held the Orioles at bay all night, making 33 saves.

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Everett     1     0     0     —     1

Belchertown     0     0     2     —     2

First Period

ME — Cam Raifstanger (Dylan Boomsma), 14:53.

Third Period

B — Fransis Nigro (Colby Masse), 3:22; B — Masse (Chris Buffone/Nate Ayers), 0:07.

Saves — ME: Jack Seward-Dailey 33; B: Ethan Rajpold 26.

College Basketball

Hamilton men 79, Williams 78

CLINTON, N.Y. — The Williams men jumped out to a 35-23 lead at halftime, but the Continentals erased the deficit in the second half to post a one-point win.

Williams (6-6, 0-1 NESCAC) led 59-45 with 10:36 to go after a Nick Osarenren dunk for Hamilton.

Eric Anderson scored the go-ahead bucket with 35 seconds left, canning a 3-pointer to make it 75-73. Cole Prowitt-Smith hit a free throw for Williams with 10 seconds left to make it 77-76, but Kena Gilmour hit two free throws to make it 79-76 with eight seconds left. Prowitt-Smith hit two more free throws to make it a one-point game, but the Ephs couldn't find the last point to send it to overtime.

Prowitt-Smith went for 25 off the bench to lead Williams in scoring, while Spencer Spivy added 14 points and seven rebounds, and Matt Karpowicz had 12 points and six assists. Gilmour scored a game-high 28 in the win.

College Hockey

Williams men 4, Wesleyan 2

WILLIAMSTOWN — No. 13. Williams (8-3-0, 6-1-0 NESCAC) scored three goals in the second period, and they stood up in the win.

Nick Altmann, Max Fuld and Niko Karamanis all scored in the period to put Williams up 3-0.

The Cardinals (6-4-0, 2-3-0) came back with two goals in the third period, the second with just under two minutes to play. Searching for the equalizer, Wesleyan pulled its goaltender, and that allowed Tyler Scott to score on an empty net and ice the win.

Jack McCool had a pair of assists in the win, while Cosimo Lazzarino stopped 20 shots.

The Ephs play top-ranked Trinity today at home.

Williams women 2, Trinity 0

HARTFORD, Conn. — The Ephs got the winner through Kelly McCarthy in the second period, then Delaney Szlezyngier scored the insurance tally in the third period.

Williams is now 6-4-1 on the year with the win.

Paige Galle assisted on both goals, and Chloe Heiting made 23 stops to get the shutout in goal.

UMass men 3, Boston College 1

BOSTON — The Minutemen improved to 14-6-1 on the year and 7-3-1 in the Hockey East with a road win over the Eagles (12-5-0, 6-3-0).

Justin Leonard put UMass ahead in the first period, then scored on an empty net in the third to round out the scoring. BC equalized in the first through Alex Newhook, but Jake Gaudet restored the lead at the 16:15 mark of the third period.

Filip Lindberg stopped 41 shots in goal to get the win.

Thursday Scores

Hampden Charter boys basketball 70, Mount Everett 38

SHEFFIELD — The visitors raced out to a 15-6 lead after a quarter and never looked back.

Mount Everett (1-8) was led by Cooper Rothvoss, who went for 10 in the loss.

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HAMPDEN CHARTER (70)

Lewis 6-1-16, Caban 1-0-2, Buckhannon 6-1-16, Abange 2-0-4, Ranck 4-4-12, Smith 3-2-9, Covington 1-0-2, Joseph 1-0-2, Mersincavage 2-0-4, Clarkson 0-0-0, Corbin 1-0-3. Totals 27-8-70.

MOUNT EVERETT (38)

Foster 0-2-2, Carpenter 3-3-9, Monteleone 3-1-9, Henderson 0-0-0, Devoti 0-0-0, Bleau 1-1-4, Rothvoss 5-0-10, Ullrich 2-0-4. Totals 14-7-38.

HC     15     24     11     20     —     70

Everett     6     6     17     9     —     38

3-point goals — HC 9 (Lewis 3, Buckhannon 3, Smith, Corbin), ME 3 (Monteleone 2, Bleau).

3-point goals — W 8 (Furlong 3, Gamberoni 2, Marauszwski 2, Vidoli), ME 5 (Ullrich 5).

Hoosac Valley 43, Lenox 16

CHESHIRE — Hoosac Valley held Lenox to just three points in the first half to pick up win No. 5 on the season.

The Hurricanes (5-2) set the tone early by shutting out the Millionaires in the first quarter.

"Defensively we've been aggressive with our pressure," Hoosac coach Ron Wojcik said. "We need to put the work in offensively after missing a few 3-pointers and layups."

Shaleigh Levesque scored a season-high 12 points for the home team and Sarah Field canned two 3-point shots en route to a 10-point performance.

Amelia Reis scored eight points for Lenox (2-4).

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LENOX (16)

Alward 0-1-1, Patella 2-0-4, Patel 0-0-0, Paul 0-0-0, Nichols 0-0-0, Najimy 0-0-0, Lipton 0-0-0, Ano 1-0-3, Nicotra 0-0-0, Giardina 0-0-0, Reis 4-0-8. Totals 7-1-16.

HOOSAC VALLEY (43)

Canales 2-0-5, Billetz 0-1-1, Garabedian 1-0-3, Levesque 5-1-12, Davis 0-0-0, Robinson 1-0-2, Hugger 1-0-2, McGrath 1-3-5, Field 3-2-10, Keele 1-0-2. Totals 15-8-43.

Lenox     0     3     6     7     —     16

Hoosac Valley     11     10     4     18     —     43

3-point goals— L 1 (Ano); HV 5 (Field 2, Canales, Levesque, Garabedian).

Taconic 48, Drury 43

NORTH ADAMS — The Blue Devils gave the Braves a run for their money with a 22-17 lead at the half, but Taconic did enough to come back in the second half and pull out the win.

Taconic (7-0) outscored Drury (2-5) 18-9 in the fourth quarter to secure the win.

Ciany Conyers had 13 points and Tamia Patrick added eight in the win.

Kayla McGrath canned three, 3-pointers and finished with a game-high 15 points for Drury.

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TACONIC (48)

Buda 1-0-3, Conyers 6-0-13, Hudson 0-0-0, Phillips 2-1-5, Patrick 3-2-8, McNeice 0-0-0, Balcom 0-0-0, Cross 3-1-7. Totals 19-8-48.

DRURY (43)

McGrath 6-0-15, Felix 1-2-4, Burdick 1-3-5, Cellana 0-0-0, Russell 1-0-3, Ross 1-2-4, Henick 0-0-0, Zoito 2-0-4, Booth 3-2-8. Totals 15-9-43.

Taconic     11     6     13     18     —     48

Drury     9     13     12     9     —     43

3-point goals— T 2 (Buda, Conyers); D 4 (McGrath 3, Russell).

Boys Basketball

Holyoke 79, Pittsfield 67

PITTSFIELD — The first true home game for the Generals (3-5) ended with a loss.

Head coach Brandon Mauer said in an email that "we turned the ball over a lot and it fueled Holyoke's offense. They outrebounded us by 12 and it was the story of the night, their effort was just better than ours tonight.

"We have a lot to do in terms of focus to become the team we want to be, and I'm confident the leaders on this team will help turn this disappointing start to the season around."

No more information from the game was available at press deadline. PHS is back in action today against Baystate Academy.

McCann Tech 70, Smith Vocational 44

NORTHAMPTON — The Hornets (5-2) got 15 points from Tom Ziemba, 12 from Nick LaForest, 11 from Darian Tovani and 10 from Connor Griswold to take down the Vikings.

McCann utilized a 22-6 second quarter to take a commanding, 39-19 lead into halftime.

Every player who got in for McCann on Friday, recorded at least a point.

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MCCANN TECH (70)

Darian Tovani 5-1-11, White 1-0-2, Ziemba 4-4-15, Griswold 3-4-10, LaForest 5-1-12, Boisvert 0-1-1, Jamros 2-0-4, Gagne 1-0-2, Marko 2-0-4, Sumner 3-0-9. Totals 26-11-70.

SMITH VOCATIONAL (44)

Ortiz 2-1-6, Venne 3-0-6, Boisvert 0-2-2, Rivera 5-4-14, Pierce 1-1-3, Adorno 0-3-3, Zink 1-1-3, Torres 0-0-0, Wall 3-0-7. Totals 14-12-44.

McCann     17     22     18     13     —     70

Voke     13     6     6     19     —     44

3-point goals — MT 7 (Ziemba 3, Sumner 3, LaForest), SV 1 (Ortiz).

Wahconah 46, Taconic 40

DALTON — Wahconah's Easton Eberwein nailed a 3-pointer with just 11 seconds left on the clock to ice the game and start Berkshire North play on the right foot with a win against Taconic.

The Warriors led 28-17 at the half, but the Braves inched back by outscoring Wahconah 9-5 in a defensive-orientated third quarter.

"After three 3-pointers in the first half we were able to get to the rim, but Taconic made some good adjustments," Wahconah coach Dustin Belcher said. "I thought both teams did a good job digging in on the defensive end in the third quarter."

Kevin Huban scored a game-high 26 points and knocked down three 3-point shots for Wahconah (6-1, 1-0).

Isaac Percy and Mohammed Sanogo each scored nine points for Taconic (7-3,1-1).

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TACONIC (40)

Harrigan 3-2-8, Bramer 2-0-4, Montgomery 3-0-6, E. Percy 2-0-4, I. Percy 3-2-9, Sanogo 3-3-9. Totals 16-7-40.

WAHCONAH (46)

Mendez 0-0-0, Bernardo 1-0-2, Huban 8-7-26, Eberwein 2-0-6, Salvini 1-1-3, O'Connor 1-0-3, Astore 0-0-0, Hescock 3-0-6. Totals 16-8-46.

3-point goals — T 1 (I. Percy); W 6 (Huban 3, Eberwein 2, O'Connor).

Swimming

Pittsfield boys 66, Mount Anthony 26

PITTSFIELD — Conor Mooney and Connor Hayford each won two individual events and swam on two winning relays to help the Generals (5-1) to the win.

Mooney won the 100 butterfly (1 minute, 2.43 seconds) and 100 backstroke (1:06.91), while Hayford won the 50 freestyle (25.84) and the 100 freestyle (57.02). Both swam on the 200 medley relay and 200 free relay squads, and the 200 free team of Mooney, Hayford, Noah Elzner and James Swanton qualified for Western Mass. with a time of 1:43.83.

Christian Marchbanks (200 free) and Asa Chard (500 free) also won individual events, and swam on the 200 medley relay winning team.

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200 medley relay — 1. Pittsfield 'A' (Marchbanks, Chard, Mooney, Hayford), 2:04.15; 2. MAU (Marsden, Niles, Mazzola, Kristianson), 2:21.78; 3. Pittsfield 'B' (Holloway, Elzner, Swanton, Powell), 2:22.71.

200 free — 1. Marchbanks (P), 2:21.69; 2. Zheng (P), 2:25.64; 3. Becker (MA), 2:46.88.

200 IM — 1. Mazzola (MA), 2:27.13; 2. Swanton (P), 2:32.14; 3. Elzner (P), 2:41.19.

50 free — 1. Hayford (P), 25.84; 2. Kristianson (MA), 27.6; 3. Cronin (P), 36.77.

100 butterfly — 1. Mooney (P), 1:02.43; 2. Elzner (P), 1:19.63.

100 free — 1. Hayford (P), 57.02; 2. Kristianson (MA), 1:05.72; 3. Holloway (P), 1:15.15.

500 free — 1. Chard (P), 6:34.27; 2. Zheng (P), 6:55.31; 3. Niles (MA), 7:56.47.

200 free relay — 1. Pittsfield 'A' (Mooney, Elzner, Swanton, Hayford), 1:43.83; 2. MAU (Marsden, Kristianson, Becker, Niles), 2:01.78; 3. Pittsfield 'B' (Zheng, Cronin, Holloway, Powell), 2:09.18.

100 backstroke — 1. Mooney (P), 1:06.91; 2. Marchbanks (P), 1:11.65; 3. Marsden (MA), 1:38.41.

100 breaststroke — 1. Mazzola (MA), 1:16.02; 2. Chard (P), 1:21.92; 3. Powell (P), 1:44.13.

400 free relay — 1. Pittsfield (Swanton, Marchbanks, Powell, Chard), 4:22.88; 2. MAU (Marsden, Becker, Niles, Mazzola), 4:42.84.

Pittsfield girls 72, Mount Anthony 21

PITTSFIELD — Jackie Roccabruna and Jordan Bradford each won two individual events and combined to help the 200 free relay team to a win, as the Generals (6-0) topped visiting MAU.

Roccabruna won the 50 (27.31 seconds) and 100 freestyle (1:00.71), while Bradford claimed first in the 200 IM (2:32.35) and the 100 backstroke (1:08.53). On the 200 free team, Bradford, Roccabruna, Szofia Lewis and Caitlin Hall won in 1:50.9.

Pittsfield took first in all 11 events to roll to the win.

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200 medley relay — 1. Pittsfield (Steinman, E. Bradford, Coco, Miller), 2:14.82; 2. MAU (Mendez, Nichols, Kopeck, Burhans), 2:22.68.

200 free — 1. Devine (P), 2:12.78; 2. E. Bradford (P), 2:17.02; 3. Greenslet (MA), 3:03.19.

200 IM — 1. J. Bradford (P), 2:32.35; 2. Coco (P), 2:51.38; 3. Kopeck (MA), 2:57.22.

50 free — 1. Roccabruna (P), 27.31; 2. Burhans (MA), 29.53; 3. Mazzeo (P), 34.62.

100 butterfly — 1. Hall (P), 1:06.78; 2. Burhans (MA), 1:20.03; 3. Vittum (P), 1:20.51.

100 free — 1. Roccabruna (P), 1:00.71; 2. Miller (P), 1:05.21; 3. Mendez (MA), 1:05.78.

500 free — 1. Snowise (P), 6:34.76; 2. Steinman (P), 6:40.21; 3. Noyes (MA), 8:10.75.

200 free relay — 1. Pittsfield 'A' (J. Bradford, Lewis, Roccabruna, Hall), 1:50.9; 2. MA (Nichols, Noyes, Kaufer, Mendez), 2:13.41; 3. Pittsfield 'B' (Paredes, Kaddoura, Mazzeo, Coco), 2:15.09.

100 backstroke — 1. J. Bradford (P), 1:08.53; 2. Lewis (P), 1:10.34; 3. Kopeck (MA), 1:13.75.

100 breaststroke — 1. Miller (P), 1:25.63, 2. Snowise (P), 1:28.63; 3. Garcia (MA), 2:16.09.

400 free relay — 1. Pittsfield 'A' (Hall, E. Bradford, Devine, Lewis), 4:13.64; 2. MAU (Noyes, Kaufer, Mendez, Noyes), 4:53.62; 3. Pittsfield 'B' (Vittum, Kaddoura, Paredes, Mazzeo), 5:04.453.

Ice Hockey

Belchertown 2, Mount Everett 1

BELCHERTOWN — Mount Everett's 1-0 lead, earning in the game's opening possession on a strike by Cam Raifstanger, nearly held up for the entire road trip.

Unfortunately for the Eagles (1-6-1, 1-2-1 Wright), Belchertown's last gasp caught win. The Orioles scored twice in the game's final four minutes to upend visiting Everett.

Jack Seward-Dailey held the Orioles at bay all night, making 33 saves.

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Everett     1     0     0     —     1

Belchertown     0     0     2     —     2

First Period

ME — Cam Raifstanger (Dylan Boomsma), 14:53.

Third Period

B — Fransis Nigro (Colby Masse), 3:22; B — Masse (Chris Buffone/Nate Ayers), 0:07.

Saves — ME: Jack Seward-Dailey 33; B: Ethan Rajpold 26.

College Basketball

Hamilton men 79, Williams 78

CLINTON, N.Y. — The Williams men jumped out to a 35-23 lead at halftime, but the Continentals erased the deficit in the second half to post a one-point win.

Williams (6-6, 0-1 NESCAC) led 59-45 with 10:36 to go after a Nick Osarenren dunk for Hamilton.

Eric Anderson scored the go-ahead bucket with 35 seconds left, canning a 3-pointer to make it 75-73. Cole Prowitt-Smith hit a free throw for Williams with 10 seconds left to make it 77-76, but Kena Gilmour hit two free throws to make it 79-76 with eight seconds left. Prowitt-Smith hit two more free throws to make it a one-point game, but the Ephs couldn't find the last point to send it to overtime.

Prowitt-Smith went for 25 off the bench to lead Williams in scoring, while Spencer Spivy added 14 points and seven rebounds, and Matt Karpowicz had 12 points and six assists. Gilmour scored a game-high 28 in the win.

College Hockey

Williams men 4, Wesleyan 2

WILLIAMSTOWN — No. 13. Williams (8-3-0, 6-1-0 NESCAC) scored three goals in the second period, and they stood up in the win.

Nick Altmann, Max Fuld and Niko Karamanis all scored in the period to put Williams up 3-0.

The Cardinals (6-4-0, 2-3-0) came back with two goals in the third period, the second with just under two minutes to play. Searching for the equalizer, Wesleyan pulled its goaltender, and that allowed Tyler Scott to score on an empty net and ice the win.

Jack McCool had a pair of assists in the win, while Cosimo Lazzarino stopped 20 shots.

The Ephs play top-ranked Trinity today at home.

Williams women 2, Trinity 0

HARTFORD, Conn. — The Ephs got the winner through Kelly McCarthy in the second period, then Delaney Szlezyngier scored the insurance tally in the third period.

Williams is now 6-4-1 on the year with the win.

Paige Galle assisted on both goals, and Chloe Heiting made 23 stops to get the shutout in goal.

UMass men 3, Boston College 1

BOSTON — The Minutemen improved to 14-6-1 on the year and 7-3-1 in the Hockey East with a road win over the Eagles (12-5-0, 6-3-0).

Justin Leonard put UMass ahead in the first period, then scored on an empty net in the third to round out the scoring. BC equalized in the first through Alex Newhook, but Jake Gaudet restored the lead at the 16:15 mark of the third period.

Filip Lindberg stopped 41 shots in goal to get the win.

Thursday Scores

Hampden Charter boys basketball 70, Mount Everett 38

SHEFFIELD — The visitors raced out to a 15-6 lead after a quarter and never looked back.

Mount Everett (1-8) was led by Cooper Rothvoss, who went for 10 in the loss.

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HAMPDEN CHARTER (70)

Lewis 6-1-16, Caban 1-0-2, Buckhannon 6-1-16, Abange 2-0-4, Ranck 4-4-12, Smith 3-2-9, Covington 1-0-2, Joseph 1-0-2, Mersincavage 2-0-4, Clarkson 0-0-0, Corbin 1-0-3. Totals 27-8-70.

MOUNT EVERETT (38)

Foster 0-2-2, Carpenter 3-3-9, Monteleone 3-1-9, Henderson 0-0-0, Devoti 0-0-0, Bleau 1-1-4, Rothvoss 5-0-10, Ullrich 2-0-4. Totals 14-7-38.

HC     15     24     11     20     —     70

Everett     6     6     17     9     —     38

3-point goals — HC 9 (Lewis 3, Buckhannon 3, Smith, Corbin), ME 3 (Monteleone 2, Bleau).

Hoosac Valley     11     10     4     18     —     43

3-point goals— L 1 (Ano); HV 5 (Field 2, Canales, Levesque, Garabedian).

Taconic 48, Drury 43

NORTH ADAMS — The Blue Devils gave the Braves a run for their money with a 22-17 lead at the half, but Taconic did enough to come back in the second half and pull out the win.

Taconic (7-0) outscored Drury (2-5) 18-9 in the fourth quarter to secure the win.

Ciany Conyers had 13 points and Tamia Patrick added eight in the win.

Kayla McGrath canned three, 3-pointers and finished with a game-high 15 points for Drury.

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TACONIC (48)

Buda 1-0-3, Conyers 6-0-13, Hudson 0-0-0, Phillips 2-1-5, Patrick 3-2-8, McNeice 0-0-0, Balcom 0-0-0, Cross 3-1-7. Totals 19-8-48.

DRURY (43)

McGrath 6-0-15, Felix 1-2-4, Burdick 1-3-5, Cellana 0-0-0, Russell 1-0-3, Ross 1-2-4, Henick 0-0-0, Zoito 2-0-4, Booth 3-2-8. Totals 15-9-43.

Taconic     11     6     13     18     —     48

Drury     9     13     12     9     —     43

3-point goals— T 2 (Buda, Conyers); D 4 (McGrath 3, Russell).

Boys Basketball

Holyoke 79, Pittsfield 67

PITTSFIELD — The first true home game for the Generals (3-5) ended with a loss.

Head coach Brandon Mauer said in an email that "we turned the ball over a lot and it fueled Holyoke's offense. They outrebounded us by 12 and it was the story of the night, their effort was just better than ours tonight.

"We have a lot to do in terms of focus to become the team we want to be, and I'm confident the leaders on this team will help turn this disappointing start to the season around."

No more information from the game was available at press deadline. PHS is back in action today against Baystate Academy.

McCann Tech 70, Smith Vocational 44

NORTHAMPTON — The Hornets (5-2) got 15 points from Tom Ziemba, 12 from Nick LaForest, 11 from Darian Tovani and 10 from Connor Griswold to take down the Vikings.

McCann utilized a 22-6 second quarter to take a commanding, 39-19 lead into halftime.

Every player who got in for McCann on Friday, recorded at least a point.

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MCCANN TECH (70)

Darian Tovani 5-1-11, White 1-0-2, Ziemba 4-4-15, Griswold 3-4-10, LaForest 5-1-12, Boisvert 0-1-1, Jamros 2-0-4, Gagne 1-0-2, Marko 2-0-4, Sumner 3-0-9. Totals 26-11-70.

SMITH VOCATIONAL (44)

Ortiz 2-1-6, Venne 3-0-6, Boisvert 0-2-2, Rivera 5-4-14, Pierce 1-1-3, Adorno 0-3-3, Zink 1-1-3, Torres 0-0-0, Wall 3-0-7. Totals 14-12-44.

McCann     17     22     18     13     —     70

Voke     13     6     6     19     —     44

3-point goals — MT 7 (Ziemba 3, Sumner 3, LaForest), SV 1 (Ortiz).

Wahconah 46, Taconic 40

DALTON — Wahconah's Easton Eberwein nailed a 3-pointer with just 11 seconds left on the clock to ice the game and start Berkshire North play on the right foot with a win against Taconic.

The Warriors led 28-17 at the half, but the Braves inched back by outscoring Wahconah 9-5 in a defensive-orientated third quarter.

"After three 3-pointers in the first half we were able to get to the rim, but Taconic made some good adjustments," Wahconah coach Dustin Belcher said. "I thought both teams did a good job digging in on the defensive end in the third quarter."

Kevin Huban scored a game-high 26 points and knocked down three 3-point shots for Wahconah (6-1, 1-0).

Isaac Percy and Mohammed Sanogo each scored nine points for Taconic (7-3,1-1).

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TACONIC (40)

Harrigan 3-2-8, Bramer 2-0-4, Montgomery 3-0-6, E. Percy 2-0-4, I. Percy 3-2-9, Sanogo 3-3-9. Totals 16-7-40.

WAHCONAH (46)

Mendez 0-0-0, Bernardo 1-0-2, Huban 8-7-26, Eberwein 2-0-6, Salvini 1-1-3, O'Connor 1-0-3, Astore 0-0-0, Hescock 3-0-6. Totals 16-8-46.

3-point goals — T 1 (I. Percy); W 6 (Huban 3, Eberwein 2, O'Connor).

Swimming

Pittsfield boys 66, Mount Anthony 26

PITTSFIELD — Conor Mooney and Connor Hayford each won two individual events and swam on two winning relays to help the Generals (5-1) to the win.

Mooney won the 100 butterfly (1 minute, 2.43 seconds) and 100 backstroke (1:06.91), while Hayford won the 50 freestyle (25.84) and the 100 freestyle (57.02). Both swam on the 200 medley relay and 200 free relay squads, and the 200 free team of Mooney, Hayford, Noah Elzner and James Swanton qualified for Western Mass. with a time of 1:43.83.

Christian Marchbanks (200 free) and Asa Chard (500 free) also won individual events, and swam on the 200 medley relay winning team.

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200 medley relay — 1. Pittsfield 'A' (Marchbanks, Chard, Mooney, Hayford), 2:04.15; 2. MAU (Marsden, Niles, Mazzola, Kristianson), 2:21.78; 3. Pittsfield 'B' (Holloway, Elzner, Swanton, Powell), 2:22.71.

200 free — 1. Marchbanks (P), 2:21.69; 2. Zheng (P), 2:25.64; 3. Becker (MA), 2:46.88.

200 IM — 1. Mazzola (MA), 2:27.13; 2. Swanton (P), 2:32.14; 3. Elzner (P), 2:41.19.

50 free — 1. Hayford (P), 25.84; 2. Kristianson (MA), 27.6; 3. Cronin (P), 36.77.

100 butterfly — 1. Mooney (P), 1:02.43; 2. Elzner (P), 1:19.63.

100 free — 1. Hayford (P), 57.02; 2. Kristianson (MA), 1:05.72; 3. Holloway (P), 1:15.15.

500 free — 1. Chard (P), 6:34.27; 2. Zheng (P), 6:55.31; 3. Niles (MA), 7:56.47.

200 free relay — 1. Pittsfield 'A' (Mooney, Elzner, Swanton, Hayford), 1:43.83; 2. MAU (Marsden, Kristianson, Becker, Niles), 2:01.78; 3. Pittsfield 'B' (Zheng, Cronin, Holloway, Powell), 2:09.18.

100 backstroke — 1. Mooney (P), 1:06.91; 2. Marchbanks (P), 1:11.65; 3. Marsden (MA), 1:38.41.

100 breaststroke — 1. Mazzola (MA), 1:16.02; 2. Chard (P), 1:21.92; 3. Powell (P), 1:44.13.

400 free relay — 1. Pittsfield (Swanton, Marchbanks, Powell, Chard), 4:22.88; 2. MAU (Marsden, Becker, Niles, Mazzola), 4:42.84.

Pittsfield girls 72, Mount Anthony 21

PITTSFIELD — Jackie Roccabruna and Jordan Bradford each won two individual events and combined to help the 200 free relay team to a win, as the Generals (6-0) topped visiting MAU.

Roccabruna won the 50 (27.31 seconds) and 100 freestyle (1:00.71), while Bradford claimed first in the 200 IM (2:32.35) and the 100 backstroke (1:08.53). On the 200 free team, Bradford, Roccabruna, Szofia Lewis and Caitlin Hall won in 1:50.9.

Pittsfield took first in all 11 events to roll to the win.

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200 medley relay — 1. Pittsfield (Steinman, E. Bradford, Coco, Miller), 2:14.82; 2. MAU (Mendez, Nichols, Kopeck, Burhans), 2:22.68.

200 free — 1. Devine (P), 2:12.78; 2. E. Bradford (P), 2:17.02; 3. Greenslet (MA), 3:03.19.

200 IM — 1. J. Bradford (P), 2:32.35; 2. Coco (P), 2:51.38; 3. Kopeck (MA), 2:57.22.

50 free — 1. Roccabruna (P), 27.31; 2. Burhans (MA), 29.53; 3. Mazzeo (P), 34.62.

100 butterfly — 1. Hall (P), 1:06.78; 2. Burhans (MA), 1:20.03; 3. Vittum (P), 1:20.51.

100 free — 1. Roccabruna (P), 1:00.71; 2. Miller (P), 1:05.21; 3. Mendez (MA), 1:05.78.

500 free — 1. Snowise (P), 6:34.76; 2. Steinman (P), 6:40.21; 3. Noyes (MA), 8:10.75.

200 free relay — 1. Pittsfield 'A' (J. Bradford, Lewis, Roccabruna, Hall), 1:50.9; 2. MA (Nichols, Noyes, Kaufer, Mendez), 2:13.41; 3. Pittsfield 'B' (Paredes, Kaddoura, Mazzeo, Coco), 2:15.09.

100 backstroke — 1. J. Bradford (P), 1:08.53; 2. Lewis (P), 1:10.34; 3. Kopeck (MA), 1:13.75.

100 breaststroke — 1. Miller (P), 1:25.63, 2. Snowise (P), 1:28.63; 3. Garcia (MA), 2:16.09.

400 free relay — 1. Pittsfield 'A' (Hall, E. Bradford, Devine, Lewis), 4:13.64; 2. MAU (Noyes, Kaufer, Mendez, Noyes), 4:53.62; 3. Pittsfield 'B' (Vittum, Kaddoura, Paredes, Mazzeo), 5:04.453.

Ice Hockey

Belchertown 2, Mount Everett 1

BELCHERTOWN — Mount Everett's 1-0 lead, earning in the game's opening possession on a strike by Cam Raifstanger, nearly held up for the entire road trip.

Unfortunately for the Eagles (1-6-1, 1-2-1 Wright), Belchertown's last gasp caught win. The Orioles scored twice in the game's final four minutes to upend visiting Everett.

Jack Seward-Dailey held the Orioles at bay all night, making 33 saves.

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Everett     1     0     0     —     1

Belchertown     0     0     2     —     2

First Period

ME — Cam Raifstanger (Dylan Boomsma), 14:53.

Third Period

B — Fransis Nigro (Colby Masse), 3:22; B — Masse (Chris Buffone/Nate Ayers), 0:07.

Saves — ME: Jack Seward-Dailey 33; B: Ethan Rajpold 26.

College Basketball

Hamilton men 79, Williams 78

CLINTON, N.Y. — The Williams men jumped out to a 35-23 lead at halftime, but the Continentals erased the deficit in the second half to post a one-point win.

Williams (6-6, 0-1 NESCAC) led 59-45 with 10:36 to go after a Nick Osarenren dunk for Hamilton.

Eric Anderson scored the go-ahead bucket with 35 seconds left, canning a 3-pointer to make it 75-73. Cole Prowitt-Smith hit a free throw for Williams with 10 seconds left to make it 77-76, but Kena Gilmour hit two free throws to make it 79-76 with eight seconds left. Prowitt-Smith hit two more free throws to make it a one-point game, but the Ephs couldn't find the last point to send it to overtime.

Prowitt-Smith went for 25 off the bench to lead Williams in scoring, while Spencer Spivy added 14 points and seven rebounds, and Matt Karpowicz had 12 points and six assists. Gilmour scored a game-high 28 in the win.

College Hockey

Williams men 4, Wesleyan 2

WILLIAMSTOWN — No. 13. Williams (8-3-0, 6-1-0 NESCAC) scored three goals in the second period, and they stood up in the win.

Nick Altmann, Max Fuld and Niko Karamanis all scored in the period to put Williams up 3-0.

The Cardinals (6-4-0, 2-3-0) came back with two goals in the third period, the second with just under two minutes to play. Searching for the equalizer, Wesleyan pulled its goaltender, and that allowed Tyler Scott to score on an empty net and ice the win.

Jack McCool had a pair of assists in the win, while Cosimo Lazzarino stopped 20 shots.

The Ephs play top-ranked Trinity today at home.

Williams women 2, Trinity 0

HARTFORD, Conn. — The Ephs got the winner through Kelly McCarthy in the second period, then Delaney Szlezyngier scored the insurance tally in the third period.

Williams is now 6-4-1 on the year with the win.

Paige Galle assisted on both goals, and Chloe Heiting made 23 stops to get the shutout in goal.

UMass men 3, Boston College 1

BOSTON — The Minutemen improved to 14-6-1 on the year and 7-3-1 in the Hockey East with a road win over the Eagles (12-5-0, 6-3-0).

Justin Leonard put UMass ahead in the first period, then scored on an empty net in the third to round out the scoring. BC equalized in the first through Alex Newhook, but Jake Gaudet restored the lead at the 16:15 mark of the third period.

Filip Lindberg stopped 41 shots in goal to get the win.

Thursday Scores

Hampden Charter boys basketball 70, Mount Everett 38

SHEFFIELD — The visitors raced out to a 15-6 lead after a quarter and never looked back.

Mount Everett (1-8) was led by Cooper Rothvoss, who went for 10 in the loss.

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HAMPDEN CHARTER (70)

Lewis 6-1-16, Caban 1-0-2, Buckhannon 6-1-16, Abange 2-0-4, Ranck 4-4-12, Smith 3-2-9, Covington 1-0-2, Joseph 1-0-2, Mersincavage 2-0-4, Clarkson 0-0-0, Corbin 1-0-3. Totals 27-8-70.

MOUNT EVERETT (38)

Foster 0-2-2, Carpenter 3-3-9, Monteleone 3-1-9, Henderson 0-0-0, Devoti 0-0-0, Bleau 1-1-4, Rothvoss 5-0-10, Ullrich 2-0-4. Totals 14-7-38.

HC     15     24     11     20     —     70

Everett     6     6     17     9     —     38

3-point goals — HC 9 (Lewis 3, Buckhannon 3, Smith, Corbin), ME 3 (Monteleone 2, Bleau).

3-point goals— L 1 (Ano); HV 5 (Field 2, Canales, Levesque, Garabedian).

Taconic 48, Drury 43

NORTH ADAMS — The Blue Devils gave the Braves a run for their money with a 22-17 lead at the half, but Taconic did enough to come back in the second half and pull out the win.

Taconic (7-0) outscored Drury (2-5) 18-9 in the fourth quarter to secure the win.

Ciany Conyers had 13 points and Tamia Patrick added eight in the win.

Kayla McGrath canned three, 3-pointers and finished with a game-high 15 points for Drury.

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TACONIC (48)

Buda 1-0-3, Conyers 6-0-13, Hudson 0-0-0, Phillips 2-1-5, Patrick 3-2-8, McNeice 0-0-0, Balcom 0-0-0, Cross 3-1-7. Totals 19-8-48.

DRURY (43)

McGrath 6-0-15, Felix 1-2-4, Burdick 1-3-5, Cellana 0-0-0, Russell 1-0-3, Ross 1-2-4, Henick 0-0-0, Zoito 2-0-4, Booth 3-2-8. Totals 15-9-43.

Taconic     11     6     13     18     —     48

Drury     9     13     12     9     —     43

3-point goals— T 2 (Buda, Conyers); D 4 (McGrath 3, Russell).

Boys Basketball

Holyoke 79, Pittsfield 67

PITTSFIELD — The first true home game for the Generals (3-5) ended with a loss.

Head coach Brandon Mauer said in an email that "we turned the ball over a lot and it fueled Holyoke's offense. They outrebounded us by 12 and it was the story of the night, their effort was just better than ours tonight.

"We have a lot to do in terms of focus to become the team we want to be, and I'm confident the leaders on this team will help turn this disappointing start to the season around."

No more information from the game was available at press deadline. PHS is back in action today against Baystate Academy.

McCann Tech 70, Smith Vocational 44

NORTHAMPTON — The Hornets (5-2) got 15 points from Tom Ziemba, 12 from Nick LaForest, 11 from Darian Tovani and 10 from Connor Griswold to take down the Vikings.

McCann utilized a 22-6 second quarter to take a commanding, 39-19 lead into halftime.

Every player who got in for McCann on Friday, recorded at least a point.

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MCCANN TECH (70)

Darian Tovani 5-1-11, White 1-0-2, Ziemba 4-4-15, Griswold 3-4-10, LaForest 5-1-12, Boisvert 0-1-1, Jamros 2-0-4, Gagne 1-0-2, Marko 2-0-4, Sumner 3-0-9. Totals 26-11-70.

SMITH VOCATIONAL (44)

Ortiz 2-1-6, Venne 3-0-6, Boisvert 0-2-2, Rivera 5-4-14, Pierce 1-1-3, Adorno 0-3-3, Zink 1-1-3, Torres 0-0-0, Wall 3-0-7. Totals 14-12-44.

McCann     17     22     18     13     —     70

Voke     13     6     6     19     —     44

3-point goals — MT 7 (Ziemba 3, Sumner 3, LaForest), SV 1 (Ortiz).

Wahconah 46, Taconic 40

DALTON — Wahconah's Easton Eberwein nailed a 3-pointer with just 11 seconds left on the clock to ice the game and start Berkshire North play on the right foot with a win against Taconic.

The Warriors led 28-17 at the half, but the Braves inched back by outscoring Wahconah 9-5 in a defensive-orientated third quarter.

"After three 3-pointers in the first half we were able to get to the rim, but Taconic made some good adjustments," Wahconah coach Dustin Belcher said. "I thought both teams did a good job digging in on the defensive end in the third quarter."

Kevin Huban scored a game-high 26 points and knocked down three 3-point shots for Wahconah (6-1, 1-0).

Isaac Percy and Mohammed Sanogo each scored nine points for Taconic (7-3,1-1).

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TACONIC (40)

Harrigan 3-2-8, Bramer 2-0-4, Montgomery 3-0-6, E. Percy 2-0-4, I. Percy 3-2-9, Sanogo 3-3-9. Totals 16-7-40.

WAHCONAH (46)

Mendez 0-0-0, Bernardo 1-0-2, Huban 8-7-26, Eberwein 2-0-6, Salvini 1-1-3, O'Connor 1-0-3, Astore 0-0-0, Hescock 3-0-6. Totals 16-8-46.

3-point goals — T 1 (I. Percy); W 6 (Huban 3, Eberwein 2, O'Connor).

Swimming

Pittsfield boys 66, Mount Anthony 26

PITTSFIELD — Conor Mooney and Connor Hayford each won two individual events and swam on two winning relays to help the Generals (5-1) to the win.

Mooney won the 100 butterfly (1 minute, 2.43 seconds) and 100 backstroke (1:06.91), while Hayford won the 50 freestyle (25.84) and the 100 freestyle (57.02). Both swam on the 200 medley relay and 200 free relay squads, and the 200 free team of Mooney, Hayford, Noah Elzner and James Swanton qualified for Western Mass. with a time of 1:43.83.

Christian Marchbanks (200 free) and Asa Chard (500 free) also won individual events, and swam on the 200 medley relay winning team.

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200 medley relay — 1. Pittsfield 'A' (Marchbanks, Chard, Mooney, Hayford), 2:04.15; 2. MAU (Marsden, Niles, Mazzola, Kristianson), 2:21.78; 3. Pittsfield 'B' (Holloway, Elzner, Swanton, Powell), 2:22.71.

200 free — 1. Marchbanks (P), 2:21.69; 2. Zheng (P), 2:25.64; 3. Becker (MA), 2:46.88.

200 IM — 1. Mazzola (MA), 2:27.13; 2. Swanton (P), 2:32.14; 3. Elzner (P), 2:41.19.

50 free — 1. Hayford (P), 25.84; 2. Kristianson (MA), 27.6; 3. Cronin (P), 36.77.

100 butterfly — 1. Mooney (P), 1:02.43; 2. Elzner (P), 1:19.63.

100 free — 1. Hayford (P), 57.02; 2. Kristianson (MA), 1:05.72; 3. Holloway (P), 1:15.15.

500 free — 1. Chard (P), 6:34.27; 2. Zheng (P), 6:55.31; 3. Niles (MA), 7:56.47.

200 free relay — 1. Pittsfield 'A' (Mooney, Elzner, Swanton, Hayford), 1:43.83; 2. MAU (Marsden, Kristianson, Becker, Niles), 2:01.78; 3. Pittsfield 'B' (Zheng, Cronin, Holloway, Powell), 2:09.18.

100 backstroke — 1. Mooney (P), 1:06.91; 2. Marchbanks (P), 1:11.65; 3. Marsden (MA), 1:38.41.

100 breaststroke — 1. Mazzola (MA), 1:16.02; 2. Chard (P), 1:21.92; 3. Powell (P), 1:44.13.

400 free relay — 1. Pittsfield (Swanton, Marchbanks, Powell, Chard), 4:22.88; 2. MAU (Marsden, Becker, Niles, Mazzola), 4:42.84.

Pittsfield girls 72, Mount Anthony 21

PITTSFIELD — Jackie Roccabruna and Jordan Bradford each won two individual events and combined to help the 200 free relay team to a win, as the Generals (6-0) topped visiting MAU.

Roccabruna won the 50 (27.31 seconds) and 100 freestyle (1:00.71), while Bradford claimed first in the 200 IM (2:32.35) and the 100 backstroke (1:08.53). On the 200 free team, Bradford, Roccabruna, Szofia Lewis and Caitlin Hall won in 1:50.9.

Pittsfield took first in all 11 events to roll to the win.

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200 medley relay — 1. Pittsfield (Steinman, E. Bradford, Coco, Miller), 2:14.82; 2. MAU (Mendez, Nichols, Kopeck, Burhans), 2:22.68.

200 free — 1. Devine (P), 2:12.78; 2. E. Bradford (P), 2:17.02; 3. Greenslet (MA), 3:03.19.

200 IM — 1. J. Bradford (P), 2:32.35; 2. Coco (P), 2:51.38; 3. Kopeck (MA), 2:57.22.

50 free — 1. Roccabruna (P), 27.31; 2. Burhans (MA), 29.53; 3. Mazzeo (P), 34.62.

100 butterfly — 1. Hall (P), 1:06.78; 2. Burhans (MA), 1:20.03; 3. Vittum (P), 1:20.51.

100 free — 1. Roccabruna (P), 1:00.71; 2. Miller (P), 1:05.21; 3. Mendez (MA), 1:05.78.

500 free — 1. Snowise (P), 6:34.76; 2. Steinman (P), 6:40.21; 3. Noyes (MA), 8:10.75.

200 free relay — 1. Pittsfield 'A' (J. Bradford, Lewis, Roccabruna, Hall), 1:50.9; 2. MA (Nichols, Noyes, Kaufer, Mendez), 2:13.41; 3. Pittsfield 'B' (Paredes, Kaddoura, Mazzeo, Coco), 2:15.09.

100 backstroke — 1. J. Bradford (P), 1:08.53; 2. Lewis (P), 1:10.34; 3. Kopeck (MA), 1:13.75.

100 breaststroke — 1. Miller (P), 1:25.63, 2. Snowise (P), 1:28.63; 3. Garcia (MA), 2:16.09.

400 free relay — 1. Pittsfield 'A' (Hall, E. Bradford, Devine, Lewis), 4:13.64; 2. MAU (Noyes, Kaufer, Mendez, Noyes), 4:53.62; 3. Pittsfield 'B' (Vittum, Kaddoura, Paredes, Mazzeo), 5:04.453.

Ice Hockey

Belchertown 2, Mount Everett 1

BELCHERTOWN — Mount Everett's 1-0 lead, earning in the game's opening possession on a strike by Cam Raifstanger, nearly held up for the entire road trip.

Unfortunately for the Eagles (1-6-1, 1-2-1 Wright), Belchertown's last gasp caught win. The Orioles scored twice in the game's final four minutes to upend visiting Everett.

Jack Seward-Dailey held the Orioles at bay all night, making 33 saves.

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Everett     1     0     0     —     1

Belchertown     0     0     2     —     2

First Period

ME — Cam Raifstanger (Dylan Boomsma), 14:53.

Third Period

B — Fransis Nigro (Colby Masse), 3:22; B — Masse (Chris Buffone/Nate Ayers), 0:07.

Saves — ME: Jack Seward-Dailey 33; B: Ethan Rajpold 26.

College Basketball

Hamilton men 79, Williams 78

CLINTON, N.Y. — The Williams men jumped out to a 35-23 lead at halftime, but the Continentals erased the deficit in the second half to post a one-point win.

Williams (6-6, 0-1 NESCAC) led 59-45 with 10:36 to go after a Nick Osarenren dunk for Hamilton.

Eric Anderson scored the go-ahead bucket with 35 seconds left, canning a 3-pointer to make it 75-73. Cole Prowitt-Smith hit a free throw for Williams with 10 seconds left to make it 77-76, but Kena Gilmour hit two free throws to make it 79-76 with eight seconds left. Prowitt-Smith hit two more free throws to make it a one-point game, but the Ephs couldn't find the last point to send it to overtime.

Prowitt-Smith went for 25 off the bench to lead Williams in scoring, while Spencer Spivy added 14 points and seven rebounds, and Matt Karpowicz had 12 points and six assists. Gilmour scored a game-high 28 in the win.

College Hockey

Williams men 4, Wesleyan 2

WILLIAMSTOWN — No. 13. Williams (8-3-0, 6-1-0 NESCAC) scored three goals in the second period, and they stood up in the win.

Nick Altmann, Max Fuld and Niko Karamanis all scored in the period to put Williams up 3-0.

The Cardinals (6-4-0, 2-3-0) came back with two goals in the third period, the second with just under two minutes to play. Searching for the equalizer, Wesleyan pulled its goaltender, and that allowed Tyler Scott to score on an empty net and ice the win.

Jack McCool had a pair of assists in the win, while Cosimo Lazzarino stopped 20 shots.

The Ephs play top-ranked Trinity today at home.

Williams women 2, Trinity 0

HARTFORD, Conn. — The Ephs got the winner through Kelly McCarthy in the second period, then Delaney Szlezyngier scored the insurance tally in the third period.

Williams is now 6-4-1 on the year with the win.

Paige Galle assisted on both goals, and Chloe Heiting made 23 stops to get the shutout in goal.

UMass men 3, Boston College 1

BOSTON — The Minutemen improved to 14-6-1 on the year and 7-3-1 in the Hockey East with a road win over the Eagles (12-5-0, 6-3-0).

Justin Leonard put UMass ahead in the first period, then scored on an empty net in the third to round out the scoring. BC equalized in the first through Alex Newhook, but Jake Gaudet restored the lead at the 16:15 mark of the third period.

Filip Lindberg stopped 41 shots in goal to get the win.

Thursday Scores

Hampden Charter boys basketball 70, Mount Everett 38

SHEFFIELD — The visitors raced out to a 15-6 lead after a quarter and never looked back.

Mount Everett (1-8) was led by Cooper Rothvoss, who went for 10 in the loss.

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HAMPDEN CHARTER (70)

Lewis 6-1-16, Caban 1-0-2, Buckhannon 6-1-16, Abange 2-0-4, Ranck 4-4-12, Smith 3-2-9, Covington 1-0-2, Joseph 1-0-2, Mersincavage 2-0-4, Clarkson 0-0-0, Corbin 1-0-3. Totals 27-8-70.

MOUNT EVERETT (38)

Foster 0-2-2, Carpenter 3-3-9, Monteleone 3-1-9, Henderson 0-0-0, Devoti 0-0-0, Bleau 1-1-4, Rothvoss 5-0-10, Ullrich 2-0-4. Totals 14-7-38.

HC     15     24     11     20     —     70

Everett     6     6     17     9     —     38

3-point goals — HC 9 (Lewis 3, Buckhannon 3, Smith, Corbin), ME 3 (Monteleone 2, Bleau).

Drury     9     13     12     9     —     43

3-point goals— T 2 (Buda, Conyers); D 4 (McGrath 3, Russell).

Boys Basketball

Holyoke 79, Pittsfield 67

PITTSFIELD — The first true home game for the Generals (3-5) ended with a loss.

Head coach Brandon Mauer said in an email that "we turned the ball over a lot and it fueled Holyoke's offense. They outrebounded us by 12 and it was the story of the night, their effort was just better than ours tonight.

"We have a lot to do in terms of focus to become the team we want to be, and I'm confident the leaders on this team will help turn this disappointing start to the season around."

No more information from the game was available at press deadline. PHS is back in action today against Baystate Academy.

McCann Tech 70, Smith Vocational 44

NORTHAMPTON — The Hornets (5-2) got 15 points from Tom Ziemba, 12 from Nick LaForest, 11 from Darian Tovani and 10 from Connor Griswold to take down the Vikings.

McCann utilized a 22-6 second quarter to take a commanding, 39-19 lead into halftime.

Every player who got in for McCann on Friday, recorded at least a point.

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MCCANN TECH (70)

Darian Tovani 5-1-11, White 1-0-2, Ziemba 4-4-15, Griswold 3-4-10, LaForest 5-1-12, Boisvert 0-1-1, Jamros 2-0-4, Gagne 1-0-2, Marko 2-0-4, Sumner 3-0-9. Totals 26-11-70.

SMITH VOCATIONAL (44)

Ortiz 2-1-6, Venne 3-0-6, Boisvert 0-2-2, Rivera 5-4-14, Pierce 1-1-3, Adorno 0-3-3, Zink 1-1-3, Torres 0-0-0, Wall 3-0-7. Totals 14-12-44.

McCann     17     22     18     13     —     70

Voke     13     6     6     19     —     44

3-point goals — MT 7 (Ziemba 3, Sumner 3, LaForest), SV 1 (Ortiz).

Wahconah 46, Taconic 40

DALTON — Wahconah's Easton Eberwein nailed a 3-pointer with just 11 seconds left on the clock to ice the game and start Berkshire North play on the right foot with a win against Taconic.

The Warriors led 28-17 at the half, but the Braves inched back by outscoring Wahconah 9-5 in a defensive-orientated third quarter.

"After three 3-pointers in the first half we were able to get to the rim, but Taconic made some good adjustments," Wahconah coach Dustin Belcher said. "I thought both teams did a good job digging in on the defensive end in the third quarter."

Kevin Huban scored a game-high 26 points and knocked down three 3-point shots for Wahconah (6-1, 1-0).

Isaac Percy and Mohammed Sanogo each scored nine points for Taconic (7-3,1-1).

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TACONIC (40)

Harrigan 3-2-8, Bramer 2-0-4, Montgomery 3-0-6, E. Percy 2-0-4, I. Percy 3-2-9, Sanogo 3-3-9. Totals 16-7-40.

WAHCONAH (46)

Mendez 0-0-0, Bernardo 1-0-2, Huban 8-7-26, Eberwein 2-0-6, Salvini 1-1-3, O'Connor 1-0-3, Astore 0-0-0, Hescock 3-0-6. Totals 16-8-46.

3-point goals — T 1 (I. Percy); W 6 (Huban 3, Eberwein 2, O'Connor).

Swimming

Pittsfield boys 66, Mount Anthony 26

PITTSFIELD — Conor Mooney and Connor Hayford each won two individual events and swam on two winning relays to help the Generals (5-1) to the win.

Mooney won the 100 butterfly (1 minute, 2.43 seconds) and 100 backstroke (1:06.91), while Hayford won the 50 freestyle (25.84) and the 100 freestyle (57.02). Both swam on the 200 medley relay and 200 free relay squads, and the 200 free team of Mooney, Hayford, Noah Elzner and James Swanton qualified for Western Mass. with a time of 1:43.83.

Christian Marchbanks (200 free) and Asa Chard (500 free) also won individual events, and swam on the 200 medley relay winning team.

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200 medley relay — 1. Pittsfield 'A' (Marchbanks, Chard, Mooney, Hayford), 2:04.15; 2. MAU (Marsden, Niles, Mazzola, Kristianson), 2:21.78; 3. Pittsfield 'B' (Holloway, Elzner, Swanton, Powell), 2:22.71.

200 free — 1. Marchbanks (P), 2:21.69; 2. Zheng (P), 2:25.64; 3. Becker (MA), 2:46.88.

200 IM — 1. Mazzola (MA), 2:27.13; 2. Swanton (P), 2:32.14; 3. Elzner (P), 2:41.19.

50 free — 1. Hayford (P), 25.84; 2. Kristianson (MA), 27.6; 3. Cronin (P), 36.77.

100 butterfly — 1. Mooney (P), 1:02.43; 2. Elzner (P), 1:19.63.

100 free — 1. Hayford (P), 57.02; 2. Kristianson (MA), 1:05.72; 3. Holloway (P), 1:15.15.

500 free — 1. Chard (P), 6:34.27; 2. Zheng (P), 6:55.31; 3. Niles (MA), 7:56.47.

200 free relay — 1. Pittsfield 'A' (Mooney, Elzner, Swanton, Hayford), 1:43.83; 2. MAU (Marsden, Kristianson, Becker, Niles), 2:01.78; 3. Pittsfield 'B' (Zheng, Cronin, Holloway, Powell), 2:09.18.

100 backstroke — 1. Mooney (P), 1:06.91; 2. Marchbanks (P), 1:11.65; 3. Marsden (MA), 1:38.41.

100 breaststroke — 1. Mazzola (MA), 1:16.02; 2. Chard (P), 1:21.92; 3. Powell (P), 1:44.13.

400 free relay — 1. Pittsfield (Swanton, Marchbanks, Powell, Chard), 4:22.88; 2. MAU (Marsden, Becker, Niles, Mazzola), 4:42.84.

Pittsfield girls 72, Mount Anthony 21

PITTSFIELD — Jackie Roccabruna and Jordan Bradford each won two individual events and combined to help the 200 free relay team to a win, as the Generals (6-0) topped visiting MAU.

Roccabruna won the 50 (27.31 seconds) and 100 freestyle (1:00.71), while Bradford claimed first in the 200 IM (2:32.35) and the 100 backstroke (1:08.53). On the 200 free team, Bradford, Roccabruna, Szofia Lewis and Caitlin Hall won in 1:50.9.

Pittsfield took first in all 11 events to roll to the win.

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200 medley relay — 1. Pittsfield (Steinman, E. Bradford, Coco, Miller), 2:14.82; 2. MAU (Mendez, Nichols, Kopeck, Burhans), 2:22.68.

200 free — 1. Devine (P), 2:12.78; 2. E. Bradford (P), 2:17.02; 3. Greenslet (MA), 3:03.19.

200 IM — 1. J. Bradford (P), 2:32.35; 2. Coco (P), 2:51.38; 3. Kopeck (MA), 2:57.22.

50 free — 1. Roccabruna (P), 27.31; 2. Burhans (MA), 29.53; 3. Mazzeo (P), 34.62.

100 butterfly — 1. Hall (P), 1:06.78; 2. Burhans (MA), 1:20.03; 3. Vittum (P), 1:20.51.

100 free — 1. Roccabruna (P), 1:00.71; 2. Miller (P), 1:05.21; 3. Mendez (MA), 1:05.78.

500 free — 1. Snowise (P), 6:34.76; 2. Steinman (P), 6:40.21; 3. Noyes (MA), 8:10.75.

200 free relay — 1. Pittsfield 'A' (J. Bradford, Lewis, Roccabruna, Hall), 1:50.9; 2. MA (Nichols, Noyes, Kaufer, Mendez), 2:13.41; 3. Pittsfield 'B' (Paredes, Kaddoura, Mazzeo, Coco), 2:15.09.

100 backstroke — 1. J. Bradford (P), 1:08.53; 2. Lewis (P), 1:10.34; 3. Kopeck (MA), 1:13.75.

100 breaststroke — 1. Miller (P), 1:25.63, 2. Snowise (P), 1:28.63; 3. Garcia (MA), 2:16.09.

400 free relay — 1. Pittsfield 'A' (Hall, E. Bradford, Devine, Lewis), 4:13.64; 2. MAU (Noyes, Kaufer, Mendez, Noyes), 4:53.62; 3. Pittsfield 'B' (Vittum, Kaddoura, Paredes, Mazzeo), 5:04.453.

Ice Hockey

Belchertown 2, Mount Everett 1

BELCHERTOWN — Mount Everett's 1-0 lead, earning in the game's opening possession on a strike by Cam Raifstanger, nearly held up for the entire road trip.

Unfortunately for the Eagles (1-6-1, 1-2-1 Wright), Belchertown's last gasp caught win. The Orioles scored twice in the game's final four minutes to upend visiting Everett.

Jack Seward-Dailey held the Orioles at bay all night, making 33 saves.

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Everett     1     0     0     —     1

Belchertown     0     0     2     —     2

First Period

ME — Cam Raifstanger (Dylan Boomsma), 14:53.

Third Period

B — Fransis Nigro (Colby Masse), 3:22; B — Masse (Chris Buffone/Nate Ayers), 0:07.

Saves — ME: Jack Seward-Dailey 33; B: Ethan Rajpold 26.

College Basketball

Hamilton men 79, Williams 78

CLINTON, N.Y. — The Williams men jumped out to a 35-23 lead at halftime, but the Continentals erased the deficit in the second half to post a one-point win.

Williams (6-6, 0-1 NESCAC) led 59-45 with 10:36 to go after a Nick Osarenren dunk for Hamilton.

Eric Anderson scored the go-ahead bucket with 35 seconds left, canning a 3-pointer to make it 75-73. Cole Prowitt-Smith hit a free throw for Williams with 10 seconds left to make it 77-76, but Kena Gilmour hit two free throws to make it 79-76 with eight seconds left. Prowitt-Smith hit two more free throws to make it a one-point game, but the Ephs couldn't find the last point to send it to overtime.

Prowitt-Smith went for 25 off the bench to lead Williams in scoring, while Spencer Spivy added 14 points and seven rebounds, and Matt Karpowicz had 12 points and six assists. Gilmour scored a game-high 28 in the win.

College Hockey

Williams men 4, Wesleyan 2

WILLIAMSTOWN — No. 13. Williams (8-3-0, 6-1-0 NESCAC) scored three goals in the second period, and they stood up in the win.

Nick Altmann, Max Fuld and Niko Karamanis all scored in the period to put Williams up 3-0.

The Cardinals (6-4-0, 2-3-0) came back with two goals in the third period, the second with just under two minutes to play. Searching for the equalizer, Wesleyan pulled its goaltender, and that allowed Tyler Scott to score on an empty net and ice the win.

Jack McCool had a pair of assists in the win, while Cosimo Lazzarino stopped 20 shots.

The Ephs play top-ranked Trinity today at home.

Williams women 2, Trinity 0

HARTFORD, Conn. — The Ephs got the winner through Kelly McCarthy in the second period, then Delaney Szlezyngier scored the insurance tally in the third period.

Williams is now 6-4-1 on the year with the win.

Paige Galle assisted on both goals, and Chloe Heiting made 23 stops to get the shutout in goal.

UMass men 3, Boston College 1

BOSTON — The Minutemen improved to 14-6-1 on the year and 7-3-1 in the Hockey East with a road win over the Eagles (12-5-0, 6-3-0).

Justin Leonard put UMass ahead in the first period, then scored on an empty net in the third to round out the scoring. BC equalized in the first through Alex Newhook, but Jake Gaudet restored the lead at the 16:15 mark of the third period.

Filip Lindberg stopped 41 shots in goal to get the win.

Thursday Scores

Hampden Charter boys basketball 70, Mount Everett 38

SHEFFIELD — The visitors raced out to a 15-6 lead after a quarter and never looked back.

Mount Everett (1-8) was led by Cooper Rothvoss, who went for 10 in the loss.

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HAMPDEN CHARTER (70)

Lewis 6-1-16, Caban 1-0-2, Buckhannon 6-1-16, Abange 2-0-4, Ranck 4-4-12, Smith 3-2-9, Covington 1-0-2, Joseph 1-0-2, Mersincavage 2-0-4, Clarkson 0-0-0, Corbin 1-0-3. Totals 27-8-70.

MOUNT EVERETT (38)

Foster 0-2-2, Carpenter 3-3-9, Monteleone 3-1-9, Henderson 0-0-0, Devoti 0-0-0, Bleau 1-1-4, Rothvoss 5-0-10, Ullrich 2-0-4. Totals 14-7-38.

HC     15     24     11     20     —     70

Everett     6     6     17     9     —     38

3-point goals — HC 9 (Lewis 3, Buckhannon 3, Smith, Corbin), ME 3 (Monteleone 2, Bleau).

3-point goals— T 2 (Buda, Conyers); D 4 (McGrath 3, Russell).

Boys Basketball

Holyoke 79, Pittsfield 67

PITTSFIELD — The first true home game for the Generals (3-5) ended with a loss.

Head coach Brandon Mauer said in an email that "we turned the ball over a lot and it fueled Holyoke's offense. They outrebounded us by 12 and it was the story of the night, their effort was just better than ours tonight.

"We have a lot to do in terms of focus to become the team we want to be, and I'm confident the leaders on this team will help turn this disappointing start to the season around."

No more information from the game was available at press deadline. PHS is back in action today against Baystate Academy.

McCann Tech 70, Smith Vocational 44

NORTHAMPTON — The Hornets (5-2) got 15 points from Tom Ziemba, 12 from Nick LaForest, 11 from Darian Tovani and 10 from Connor Griswold to take down the Vikings.

McCann utilized a 22-6 second quarter to take a commanding, 39-19 lead into halftime.

Every player who got in for McCann on Friday, recorded at least a point.

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MCCANN TECH (70)

Darian Tovani 5-1-11, White 1-0-2, Ziemba 4-4-15, Griswold 3-4-10, LaForest 5-1-12, Boisvert 0-1-1, Jamros 2-0-4, Gagne 1-0-2, Marko 2-0-4, Sumner 3-0-9. Totals 26-11-70.

SMITH VOCATIONAL (44)

Ortiz 2-1-6, Venne 3-0-6, Boisvert 0-2-2, Rivera 5-4-14, Pierce 1-1-3, Adorno 0-3-3, Zink 1-1-3, Torres 0-0-0, Wall 3-0-7. Totals 14-12-44.

McCann     17     22     18     13     —     70

Voke     13     6     6     19     —     44

3-point goals — MT 7 (Ziemba 3, Sumner 3, LaForest), SV 1 (Ortiz).

Wahconah 46, Taconic 40

DALTON — Wahconah's Easton Eberwein nailed a 3-pointer with just 11 seconds left on the clock to ice the game and start Berkshire North play on the right foot with a win against Taconic.

The Warriors led 28-17 at the half, but the Braves inched back by outscoring Wahconah 9-5 in a defensive-orientated third quarter.

"After three 3-pointers in the first half we were able to get to the rim, but Taconic made some good adjustments," Wahconah coach Dustin Belcher said. "I thought both teams did a good job digging in on the defensive end in the third quarter."

Kevin Huban scored a game-high 26 points and knocked down three 3-point shots for Wahconah (6-1, 1-0).

Isaac Percy and Mohammed Sanogo each scored nine points for Taconic (7-3,1-1).

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TACONIC (40)

Harrigan 3-2-8, Bramer 2-0-4, Montgomery 3-0-6, E. Percy 2-0-4, I. Percy 3-2-9, Sanogo 3-3-9. Totals 16-7-40.

WAHCONAH (46)

Mendez 0-0-0, Bernardo 1-0-2, Huban 8-7-26, Eberwein 2-0-6, Salvini 1-1-3, O'Connor 1-0-3, Astore 0-0-0, Hescock 3-0-6. Totals 16-8-46.

3-point goals — T 1 (I. Percy); W 6 (Huban 3, Eberwein 2, O'Connor).

Swimming

Pittsfield boys 66, Mount Anthony 26

PITTSFIELD — Conor Mooney and Connor Hayford each won two individual events and swam on two winning relays to help the Generals (5-1) to the win.

Mooney won the 100 butterfly (1 minute, 2.43 seconds) and 100 backstroke (1:06.91), while Hayford won the 50 freestyle (25.84) and the 100 freestyle (57.02). Both swam on the 200 medley relay and 200 free relay squads, and the 200 free team of Mooney, Hayford, Noah Elzner and James Swanton qualified for Western Mass. with a time of 1:43.83.

Christian Marchbanks (200 free) and Asa Chard (500 free) also won individual events, and swam on the 200 medley relay winning team.

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200 medley relay — 1. Pittsfield 'A' (Marchbanks, Chard, Mooney, Hayford), 2:04.15; 2. MAU (Marsden, Niles, Mazzola, Kristianson), 2:21.78; 3. Pittsfield 'B' (Holloway, Elzner, Swanton, Powell), 2:22.71.

200 free — 1. Marchbanks (P), 2:21.69; 2. Zheng (P), 2:25.64; 3. Becker (MA), 2:46.88.

200 IM — 1. Mazzola (MA), 2:27.13; 2. Swanton (P), 2:32.14; 3. Elzner (P), 2:41.19.

50 free — 1. Hayford (P), 25.84; 2. Kristianson (MA), 27.6; 3. Cronin (P), 36.77.

100 butterfly — 1. Mooney (P), 1:02.43; 2. Elzner (P), 1:19.63.

100 free — 1. Hayford (P), 57.02; 2. Kristianson (MA), 1:05.72; 3. Holloway (P), 1:15.15.

500 free — 1. Chard (P), 6:34.27; 2. Zheng (P), 6:55.31; 3. Niles (MA), 7:56.47.

200 free relay — 1. Pittsfield 'A' (Mooney, Elzner, Swanton, Hayford), 1:43.83; 2. MAU (Marsden, Kristianson, Becker, Niles), 2:01.78; 3. Pittsfield 'B' (Zheng, Cronin, Holloway, Powell), 2:09.18.

100 backstroke — 1. Mooney (P), 1:06.91; 2. Marchbanks (P), 1:11.65; 3. Marsden (MA), 1:38.41.

100 breaststroke — 1. Mazzola (MA), 1:16.02; 2. Chard (P), 1:21.92; 3. Powell (P), 1:44.13.

400 free relay — 1. Pittsfield (Swanton, Marchbanks, Powell, Chard), 4:22.88; 2. MAU (Marsden, Becker, Niles, Mazzola), 4:42.84.

Pittsfield girls 72, Mount Anthony 21

PITTSFIELD — Jackie Roccabruna and Jordan Bradford each won two individual events and combined to help the 200 free relay team to a win, as the Generals (6-0) topped visiting MAU.

Roccabruna won the 50 (27.31 seconds) and 100 freestyle (1:00.71), while Bradford claimed first in the 200 IM (2:32.35) and the 100 backstroke (1:08.53). On the 200 free team, Bradford, Roccabruna, Szofia Lewis and Caitlin Hall won in 1:50.9.

Pittsfield took first in all 11 events to roll to the win.

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200 medley relay — 1. Pittsfield (Steinman, E. Bradford, Coco, Miller), 2:14.82; 2. MAU (Mendez, Nichols, Kopeck, Burhans), 2:22.68.

200 free — 1. Devine (P), 2:12.78; 2. E. Bradford (P), 2:17.02; 3. Greenslet (MA), 3:03.19.

200 IM — 1. J. Bradford (P), 2:32.35; 2. Coco (P), 2:51.38; 3. Kopeck (MA), 2:57.22.

50 free — 1. Roccabruna (P), 27.31; 2. Burhans (MA), 29.53; 3. Mazzeo (P), 34.62.

100 butterfly — 1. Hall (P), 1:06.78; 2. Burhans (MA), 1:20.03; 3. Vittum (P), 1:20.51.

100 free — 1. Roccabruna (P), 1:00.71; 2. Miller (P), 1:05.21; 3. Mendez (MA), 1:05.78.

500 free — 1. Snowise (P), 6:34.76; 2. Steinman (P), 6:40.21; 3. Noyes (MA), 8:10.75.

200 free relay — 1. Pittsfield 'A' (J. Bradford, Lewis, Roccabruna, Hall), 1:50.9; 2. MA (Nichols, Noyes, Kaufer, Mendez), 2:13.41; 3. Pittsfield 'B' (Paredes, Kaddoura, Mazzeo, Coco), 2:15.09.

100 backstroke — 1. J. Bradford (P), 1:08.53; 2. Lewis (P), 1:10.34; 3. Kopeck (MA), 1:13.75.

100 breaststroke — 1. Miller (P), 1:25.63, 2. Snowise (P), 1:28.63; 3. Garcia (MA), 2:16.09.

400 free relay — 1. Pittsfield 'A' (Hall, E. Bradford, Devine, Lewis), 4:13.64; 2. MAU (Noyes, Kaufer, Mendez, Noyes), 4:53.62; 3. Pittsfield 'B' (Vittum, Kaddoura, Paredes, Mazzeo), 5:04.453.

Ice Hockey

Belchertown 2, Mount Everett 1

BELCHERTOWN — Mount Everett's 1-0 lead, earning in the game's opening possession on a strike by Cam Raifstanger, nearly held up for the entire road trip.

Unfortunately for the Eagles (1-6-1, 1-2-1 Wright), Belchertown's last gasp caught win. The Orioles scored twice in the game's final four minutes to upend visiting Everett.

Jack Seward-Dailey held the Orioles at bay all night, making 33 saves.

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Everett     1     0     0     —     1

Belchertown     0     0     2     —     2

First Period

ME — Cam Raifstanger (Dylan Boomsma), 14:53.

Third Period

B — Fransis Nigro (Colby Masse), 3:22; B — Masse (Chris Buffone/Nate Ayers), 0:07.

Saves — ME: Jack Seward-Dailey 33; B: Ethan Rajpold 26.

College Basketball

Hamilton men 79, Williams 78

CLINTON, N.Y. — The Williams men jumped out to a 35-23 lead at halftime, but the Continentals erased the deficit in the second half to post a one-point win.

Williams (6-6, 0-1 NESCAC) led 59-45 with 10:36 to go after a Nick Osarenren dunk for Hamilton.

Eric Anderson scored the go-ahead bucket with 35 seconds left, canning a 3-pointer to make it 75-73. Cole Prowitt-Smith hit a free throw for Williams with 10 seconds left to make it 77-76, but Kena Gilmour hit two free throws to make it 79-76 with eight seconds left. Prowitt-Smith hit two more free throws to make it a one-point game, but the Ephs couldn't find the last point to send it to overtime.

Prowitt-Smith went for 25 off the bench to lead Williams in scoring, while Spencer Spivy added 14 points and seven rebounds, and Matt Karpowicz had 12 points and six assists. Gilmour scored a game-high 28 in the win.

College Hockey

Williams men 4, Wesleyan 2

WILLIAMSTOWN — No. 13. Williams (8-3-0, 6-1-0 NESCAC) scored three goals in the second period, and they stood up in the win.

Nick Altmann, Max Fuld and Niko Karamanis all scored in the period to put Williams up 3-0.

The Cardinals (6-4-0, 2-3-0) came back with two goals in the third period, the second with just under two minutes to play. Searching for the equalizer, Wesleyan pulled its goaltender, and that allowed Tyler Scott to score on an empty net and ice the win.

Jack McCool had a pair of assists in the win, while Cosimo Lazzarino stopped 20 shots.

The Ephs play top-ranked Trinity today at home.

Williams women 2, Trinity 0

HARTFORD, Conn. — The Ephs got the winner through Kelly McCarthy in the second period, then Delaney Szlezyngier scored the insurance tally in the third period.

Williams is now 6-4-1 on the year with the win.

Paige Galle assisted on both goals, and Chloe Heiting made 23 stops to get the shutout in goal.

UMass men 3, Boston College 1

BOSTON — The Minutemen improved to 14-6-1 on the year and 7-3-1 in the Hockey East with a road win over the Eagles (12-5-0, 6-3-0).

Justin Leonard put UMass ahead in the first period, then scored on an empty net in the third to round out the scoring. BC equalized in the first through Alex Newhook, but Jake Gaudet restored the lead at the 16:15 mark of the third period.

Filip Lindberg stopped 41 shots in goal to get the win.

Thursday Scores

Hampden Charter boys basketball 70, Mount Everett 38

SHEFFIELD — The visitors raced out to a 15-6 lead after a quarter and never looked back.

Mount Everett (1-8) was led by Cooper Rothvoss, who went for 10 in the loss.

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HAMPDEN CHARTER (70)

Lewis 6-1-16, Caban 1-0-2, Buckhannon 6-1-16, Abange 2-0-4, Ranck 4-4-12, Smith 3-2-9, Covington 1-0-2, Joseph 1-0-2, Mersincavage 2-0-4, Clarkson 0-0-0, Corbin 1-0-3. Totals 27-8-70.

MOUNT EVERETT (38)

Foster 0-2-2, Carpenter 3-3-9, Monteleone 3-1-9, Henderson 0-0-0, Devoti 0-0-0, Bleau 1-1-4, Rothvoss 5-0-10, Ullrich 2-0-4. Totals 14-7-38.

HC     15     24     11     20     —     70

Everett     6     6     17     9     —     38

3-point goals — HC 9 (Lewis 3, Buckhannon 3, Smith, Corbin), ME 3 (Monteleone 2, Bleau).

Voke     13     6     6     19     —     44

3-point goals — MT 7 (Ziemba 3, Sumner 3, LaForest), SV 1 (Ortiz).

Wahconah 46, Taconic 40

DALTON — Wahconah's Easton Eberwein nailed a 3-pointer with just 11 seconds left on the clock to ice the game and start Berkshire North play on the right foot with a win against Taconic.

The Warriors led 28-17 at the half, but the Braves inched back by outscoring Wahconah 9-5 in a defensive-orientated third quarter.

"After three 3-pointers in the first half we were able to get to the rim, but Taconic made some good adjustments," Wahconah coach Dustin Belcher said. "I thought both teams did a good job digging in on the defensive end in the third quarter."

Kevin Huban scored a game-high 26 points and knocked down three 3-point shots for Wahconah (6-1, 1-0).

Isaac Percy and Mohammed Sanogo each scored nine points for Taconic (7-3,1-1).

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TACONIC (40)

Harrigan 3-2-8, Bramer 2-0-4, Montgomery 3-0-6, E. Percy 2-0-4, I. Percy 3-2-9, Sanogo 3-3-9. Totals 16-7-40.

WAHCONAH (46)

Mendez 0-0-0, Bernardo 1-0-2, Huban 8-7-26, Eberwein 2-0-6, Salvini 1-1-3, O'Connor 1-0-3, Astore 0-0-0, Hescock 3-0-6. Totals 16-8-46.

3-point goals — T 1 (I. Percy); W 6 (Huban 3, Eberwein 2, O'Connor).

Swimming

Pittsfield boys 66, Mount Anthony 26

PITTSFIELD — Conor Mooney and Connor Hayford each won two individual events and swam on two winning relays to help the Generals (5-1) to the win.

Mooney won the 100 butterfly (1 minute, 2.43 seconds) and 100 backstroke (1:06.91), while Hayford won the 50 freestyle (25.84) and the 100 freestyle (57.02). Both swam on the 200 medley relay and 200 free relay squads, and the 200 free team of Mooney, Hayford, Noah Elzner and James Swanton qualified for Western Mass. with a time of 1:43.83.

Christian Marchbanks (200 free) and Asa Chard (500 free) also won individual events, and swam on the 200 medley relay winning team.

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200 medley relay — 1. Pittsfield 'A' (Marchbanks, Chard, Mooney, Hayford), 2:04.15; 2. MAU (Marsden, Niles, Mazzola, Kristianson), 2:21.78; 3. Pittsfield 'B' (Holloway, Elzner, Swanton, Powell), 2:22.71.

200 free — 1. Marchbanks (P), 2:21.69; 2. Zheng (P), 2:25.64; 3. Becker (MA), 2:46.88.

200 IM — 1. Mazzola (MA), 2:27.13; 2. Swanton (P), 2:32.14; 3. Elzner (P), 2:41.19.

50 free — 1. Hayford (P), 25.84; 2. Kristianson (MA), 27.6; 3. Cronin (P), 36.77.

100 butterfly — 1. Mooney (P), 1:02.43; 2. Elzner (P), 1:19.63.

100 free — 1. Hayford (P), 57.02; 2. Kristianson (MA), 1:05.72; 3. Holloway (P), 1:15.15.

500 free — 1. Chard (P), 6:34.27; 2. Zheng (P), 6:55.31; 3. Niles (MA), 7:56.47.

200 free relay — 1. Pittsfield 'A' (Mooney, Elzner, Swanton, Hayford), 1:43.83; 2. MAU (Marsden, Kristianson, Becker, Niles), 2:01.78; 3. Pittsfield 'B' (Zheng, Cronin, Holloway, Powell), 2:09.18.

100 backstroke — 1. Mooney (P), 1:06.91; 2. Marchbanks (P), 1:11.65; 3. Marsden (MA), 1:38.41.

100 breaststroke — 1. Mazzola (MA), 1:16.02; 2. Chard (P), 1:21.92; 3. Powell (P), 1:44.13.

400 free relay — 1. Pittsfield (Swanton, Marchbanks, Powell, Chard), 4:22.88; 2. MAU (Marsden, Becker, Niles, Mazzola), 4:42.84.

Pittsfield girls 72, Mount Anthony 21

PITTSFIELD — Jackie Roccabruna and Jordan Bradford each won two individual events and combined to help the 200 free relay team to a win, as the Generals (6-0) topped visiting MAU.

Roccabruna won the 50 (27.31 seconds) and 100 freestyle (1:00.71), while Bradford claimed first in the 200 IM (2:32.35) and the 100 backstroke (1:08.53). On the 200 free team, Bradford, Roccabruna, Szofia Lewis and Caitlin Hall won in 1:50.9.

Pittsfield took first in all 11 events to roll to the win.

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200 medley relay — 1. Pittsfield (Steinman, E. Bradford, Coco, Miller), 2:14.82; 2. MAU (Mendez, Nichols, Kopeck, Burhans), 2:22.68.

200 free — 1. Devine (P), 2:12.78; 2. E. Bradford (P), 2:17.02; 3. Greenslet (MA), 3:03.19.

200 IM — 1. J. Bradford (P), 2:32.35; 2. Coco (P), 2:51.38; 3. Kopeck (MA), 2:57.22.

50 free — 1. Roccabruna (P), 27.31; 2. Burhans (MA), 29.53; 3. Mazzeo (P), 34.62.

100 butterfly — 1. Hall (P), 1:06.78; 2. Burhans (MA), 1:20.03; 3. Vittum (P), 1:20.51.

100 free — 1. Roccabruna (P), 1:00.71; 2. Miller (P), 1:05.21; 3. Mendez (MA), 1:05.78.

500 free — 1. Snowise (P), 6:34.76; 2. Steinman (P), 6:40.21; 3. Noyes (MA), 8:10.75.

200 free relay — 1. Pittsfield 'A' (J. Bradford, Lewis, Roccabruna, Hall), 1:50.9; 2. MA (Nichols, Noyes, Kaufer, Mendez), 2:13.41; 3. Pittsfield 'B' (Paredes, Kaddoura, Mazzeo, Coco), 2:15.09.

100 backstroke — 1. J. Bradford (P), 1:08.53; 2. Lewis (P), 1:10.34; 3. Kopeck (MA), 1:13.75.

100 breaststroke — 1. Miller (P), 1:25.63, 2. Snowise (P), 1:28.63; 3. Garcia (MA), 2:16.09.

400 free relay — 1. Pittsfield 'A' (Hall, E. Bradford, Devine, Lewis), 4:13.64; 2. MAU (Noyes, Kaufer, Mendez, Noyes), 4:53.62; 3. Pittsfield 'B' (Vittum, Kaddoura, Paredes, Mazzeo), 5:04.453.

Ice Hockey

Belchertown 2, Mount Everett 1

BELCHERTOWN — Mount Everett's 1-0 lead, earning in the game's opening possession on a strike by Cam Raifstanger, nearly held up for the entire road trip.

Unfortunately for the Eagles (1-6-1, 1-2-1 Wright), Belchertown's last gasp caught win. The Orioles scored twice in the game's final four minutes to upend visiting Everett.

Jack Seward-Dailey held the Orioles at bay all night, making 33 saves.

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Everett     1     0     0     —     1

Belchertown     0     0     2     —     2

First Period

ME — Cam Raifstanger (Dylan Boomsma), 14:53.

Third Period

B — Fransis Nigro (Colby Masse), 3:22; B — Masse (Chris Buffone/Nate Ayers), 0:07.

Saves — ME: Jack Seward-Dailey 33; B: Ethan Rajpold 26.

College Basketball

Hamilton men 79, Williams 78

CLINTON, N.Y. — The Williams men jumped out to a 35-23 lead at halftime, but the Continentals erased the deficit in the second half to post a one-point win.

Williams (6-6, 0-1 NESCAC) led 59-45 with 10:36 to go after a Nick Osarenren dunk for Hamilton.

Eric Anderson scored the go-ahead bucket with 35 seconds left, canning a 3-pointer to make it 75-73. Cole Prowitt-Smith hit a free throw for Williams with 10 seconds left to make it 77-76, but Kena Gilmour hit two free throws to make it 79-76 with eight seconds left. Prowitt-Smith hit two more free throws to make it a one-point game, but the Ephs couldn't find the last point to send it to overtime.

Prowitt-Smith went for 25 off the bench to lead Williams in scoring, while Spencer Spivy added 14 points and seven rebounds, and Matt Karpowicz had 12 points and six assists. Gilmour scored a game-high 28 in the win.

College Hockey

Williams men 4, Wesleyan 2

WILLIAMSTOWN — No. 13. Williams (8-3-0, 6-1-0 NESCAC) scored three goals in the second period, and they stood up in the win.

Nick Altmann, Max Fuld and Niko Karamanis all scored in the period to put Williams up 3-0.

The Cardinals (6-4-0, 2-3-0) came back with two goals in the third period, the second with just under two minutes to play. Searching for the equalizer, Wesleyan pulled its goaltender, and that allowed Tyler Scott to score on an empty net and ice the win.

Jack McCool had a pair of assists in the win, while Cosimo Lazzarino stopped 20 shots.

The Ephs play top-ranked Trinity today at home.

Williams women 2, Trinity 0

HARTFORD, Conn. — The Ephs got the winner through Kelly McCarthy in the second period, then Delaney Szlezyngier scored the insurance tally in the third period.

Williams is now 6-4-1 on the year with the win.

Paige Galle assisted on both goals, and Chloe Heiting made 23 stops to get the shutout in goal.

UMass men 3, Boston College 1

BOSTON — The Minutemen improved to 14-6-1 on the year and 7-3-1 in the Hockey East with a road win over the Eagles (12-5-0, 6-3-0).

Justin Leonard put UMass ahead in the first period, then scored on an empty net in the third to round out the scoring. BC equalized in the first through Alex Newhook, but Jake Gaudet restored the lead at the 16:15 mark of the third period.

Filip Lindberg stopped 41 shots in goal to get the win.

Thursday Scores

Hampden Charter boys basketball 70, Mount Everett 38

SHEFFIELD — The visitors raced out to a 15-6 lead after a quarter and never looked back.

Mount Everett (1-8) was led by Cooper Rothvoss, who went for 10 in the loss.

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HAMPDEN CHARTER (70)

Lewis 6-1-16, Caban 1-0-2, Buckhannon 6-1-16, Abange 2-0-4, Ranck 4-4-12, Smith 3-2-9, Covington 1-0-2, Joseph 1-0-2, Mersincavage 2-0-4, Clarkson 0-0-0, Corbin 1-0-3. Totals 27-8-70.

MOUNT EVERETT (38)

Foster 0-2-2, Carpenter 3-3-9, Monteleone 3-1-9, Henderson 0-0-0, Devoti 0-0-0, Bleau 1-1-4, Rothvoss 5-0-10, Ullrich 2-0-4. Totals 14-7-38.

HC     15     24     11     20     —     70

Everett     6     6     17     9     —     38

3-point goals — HC 9 (Lewis 3, Buckhannon 3, Smith, Corbin), ME 3 (Monteleone 2, Bleau).

3-point goals — MT 7 (Ziemba 3, Sumner 3, LaForest), SV 1 (Ortiz).

Wahconah 46, Taconic 40

DALTON — Wahconah's Easton Eberwein nailed a 3-pointer with just 11 seconds left on the clock to ice the game and start Berkshire North play on the right foot with a win against Taconic.

The Warriors led 28-17 at the half, but the Braves inched back by outscoring Wahconah 9-5 in a defensive-orientated third quarter.

"After three 3-pointers in the first half we were able to get to the rim, but Taconic made some good adjustments," Wahconah coach Dustin Belcher said. "I thought both teams did a good job digging in on the defensive end in the third quarter."

Kevin Huban scored a game-high 26 points and knocked down three 3-point shots for Wahconah (6-1, 1-0).

Isaac Percy and Mohammed Sanogo each scored nine points for Taconic (7-3,1-1).

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TACONIC (40)

Harrigan 3-2-8, Bramer 2-0-4, Montgomery 3-0-6, E. Percy 2-0-4, I. Percy 3-2-9, Sanogo 3-3-9. Totals 16-7-40.

WAHCONAH (46)

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Mendez 0-0-0, Bernardo 1-0-2, Huban 8-7-26, Eberwein 2-0-6, Salvini 1-1-3, O'Connor 1-0-3, Astore 0-0-0, Hescock 3-0-6. Totals 16-8-46.

3-point goals — T 1 (I. Percy); W 6 (Huban 3, Eberwein 2, O'Connor).

Swimming

Pittsfield boys 66, Mount Anthony 26

PITTSFIELD — Conor Mooney and Connor Hayford each won two individual events and swam on two winning relays to help the Generals (5-1) to the win.

Mooney won the 100 butterfly (1 minute, 2.43 seconds) and 100 backstroke (1:06.91), while Hayford won the 50 freestyle (25.84) and the 100 freestyle (57.02). Both swam on the 200 medley relay and 200 free relay squads, and the 200 free team of Mooney, Hayford, Noah Elzner and James Swanton qualified for Western Mass. with a time of 1:43.83.

Christian Marchbanks (200 free) and Asa Chard (500 free) also won individual events, and swam on the 200 medley relay winning team.

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200 medley relay — 1. Pittsfield 'A' (Marchbanks, Chard, Mooney, Hayford), 2:04.15; 2. MAU (Marsden, Niles, Mazzola, Kristianson), 2:21.78; 3. Pittsfield 'B' (Holloway, Elzner, Swanton, Powell), 2:22.71.

200 free — 1. Marchbanks (P), 2:21.69; 2. Zheng (P), 2:25.64; 3. Becker (MA), 2:46.88.

200 IM — 1. Mazzola (MA), 2:27.13; 2. Swanton (P), 2:32.14; 3. Elzner (P), 2:41.19.

50 free — 1. Hayford (P), 25.84; 2. Kristianson (MA), 27.6; 3. Cronin (P), 36.77.

100 butterfly — 1. Mooney (P), 1:02.43; 2. Elzner (P), 1:19.63.

100 free — 1. Hayford (P), 57.02; 2. Kristianson (MA), 1:05.72; 3. Holloway (P), 1:15.15.

500 free — 1. Chard (P), 6:34.27; 2. Zheng (P), 6:55.31; 3. Niles (MA), 7:56.47.

200 free relay — 1. Pittsfield 'A' (Mooney, Elzner, Swanton, Hayford), 1:43.83; 2. MAU (Marsden, Kristianson, Becker, Niles), 2:01.78; 3. Pittsfield 'B' (Zheng, Cronin, Holloway, Powell), 2:09.18.

100 backstroke — 1. Mooney (P), 1:06.91; 2. Marchbanks (P), 1:11.65; 3. Marsden (MA), 1:38.41.

100 breaststroke — 1. Mazzola (MA), 1:16.02; 2. Chard (P), 1:21.92; 3. Powell (P), 1:44.13.

400 free relay — 1. Pittsfield (Swanton, Marchbanks, Powell, Chard), 4:22.88; 2. MAU (Marsden, Becker, Niles, Mazzola), 4:42.84.

Pittsfield girls 72, Mount Anthony 21

PITTSFIELD — Jackie Roccabruna and Jordan Bradford each won two individual events and combined to help the 200 free relay team to a win, as the Generals (6-0) topped visiting MAU.

Roccabruna won the 50 (27.31 seconds) and 100 freestyle (1:00.71), while Bradford claimed first in the 200 IM (2:32.35) and the 100 backstroke (1:08.53). On the 200 free team, Bradford, Roccabruna, Szofia Lewis and Caitlin Hall won in 1:50.9.

Pittsfield took first in all 11 events to roll to the win.

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200 medley relay — 1. Pittsfield (Steinman, E. Bradford, Coco, Miller), 2:14.82; 2. MAU (Mendez, Nichols, Kopeck, Burhans), 2:22.68.

200 free — 1. Devine (P), 2:12.78; 2. E. Bradford (P), 2:17.02; 3. Greenslet (MA), 3:03.19.

200 IM — 1. J. Bradford (P), 2:32.35; 2. Coco (P), 2:51.38; 3. Kopeck (MA), 2:57.22.

50 free — 1. Roccabruna (P), 27.31; 2. Burhans (MA), 29.53; 3. Mazzeo (P), 34.62.

100 butterfly — 1. Hall (P), 1:06.78; 2. Burhans (MA), 1:20.03; 3. Vittum (P), 1:20.51.

100 free — 1. Roccabruna (P), 1:00.71; 2. Miller (P), 1:05.21; 3. Mendez (MA), 1:05.78.

500 free — 1. Snowise (P), 6:34.76; 2. Steinman (P), 6:40.21; 3. Noyes (MA), 8:10.75.

200 free relay — 1. Pittsfield 'A' (J. Bradford, Lewis, Roccabruna, Hall), 1:50.9; 2. MA (Nichols, Noyes, Kaufer, Mendez), 2:13.41; 3. Pittsfield 'B' (Paredes, Kaddoura, Mazzeo, Coco), 2:15.09.

100 backstroke — 1. J. Bradford (P), 1:08.53; 2. Lewis (P), 1:10.34; 3. Kopeck (MA), 1:13.75.

100 breaststroke — 1. Miller (P), 1:25.63, 2. Snowise (P), 1:28.63; 3. Garcia (MA), 2:16.09.

400 free relay — 1. Pittsfield 'A' (Hall, E. Bradford, Devine, Lewis), 4:13.64; 2. MAU (Noyes, Kaufer, Mendez, Noyes), 4:53.62; 3. Pittsfield 'B' (Vittum, Kaddoura, Paredes, Mazzeo), 5:04.453.

Ice Hockey

Belchertown 2, Mount Everett 1

BELCHERTOWN — Mount Everett's 1-0 lead, earning in the game's opening possession on a strike by Cam Raifstanger, nearly held up for the entire road trip.

Unfortunately for the Eagles (1-6-1, 1-2-1 Wright), Belchertown's last gasp caught win. The Orioles scored twice in the game's final four minutes to upend visiting Everett.

Jack Seward-Dailey held the Orioles at bay all night, making 33 saves.

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Everett     1     0     0     —     1

Belchertown     0     0     2     —     2

First Period

ME — Cam Raifstanger (Dylan Boomsma), 14:53.

Third Period

B — Fransis Nigro (Colby Masse), 3:22; B — Masse (Chris Buffone/Nate Ayers), 0:07.

Saves — ME: Jack Seward-Dailey 33; B: Ethan Rajpold 26.

College Basketball

Hamilton men 79, Williams 78

CLINTON, N.Y. — The Williams men jumped out to a 35-23 lead at halftime, but the Continentals erased the deficit in the second half to post a one-point win.

Williams (6-6, 0-1 NESCAC) led 59-45 with 10:36 to go after a Nick Osarenren dunk for Hamilton.

Eric Anderson scored the go-ahead bucket with 35 seconds left, canning a 3-pointer to make it 75-73. Cole Prowitt-Smith hit a free throw for Williams with 10 seconds left to make it 77-76, but Kena Gilmour hit two free throws to make it 79-76 with eight seconds left. Prowitt-Smith hit two more free throws to make it a one-point game, but the Ephs couldn't find the last point to send it to overtime.

Prowitt-Smith went for 25 off the bench to lead Williams in scoring, while Spencer Spivy added 14 points and seven rebounds, and Matt Karpowicz had 12 points and six assists. Gilmour scored a game-high 28 in the win.

College Hockey

Williams men 4, Wesleyan 2

WILLIAMSTOWN — No. 13. Williams (8-3-0, 6-1-0 NESCAC) scored three goals in the second period, and they stood up in the win.

Nick Altmann, Max Fuld and Niko Karamanis all scored in the period to put Williams up 3-0.

The Cardinals (6-4-0, 2-3-0) came back with two goals in the third period, the second with just under two minutes to play. Searching for the equalizer, Wesleyan pulled its goaltender, and that allowed Tyler Scott to score on an empty net and ice the win.

Jack McCool had a pair of assists in the win, while Cosimo Lazzarino stopped 20 shots.

The Ephs play top-ranked Trinity today at home.

Williams women 2, Trinity 0

HARTFORD, Conn. — The Ephs got the winner through Kelly McCarthy in the second period, then Delaney Szlezyngier scored the insurance tally in the third period.

Williams is now 6-4-1 on the year with the win.

Paige Galle assisted on both goals, and Chloe Heiting made 23 stops to get the shutout in goal.

UMass men 3, Boston College 1

BOSTON — The Minutemen improved to 14-6-1 on the year and 7-3-1 in the Hockey East with a road win over the Eagles (12-5-0, 6-3-0).

Justin Leonard put UMass ahead in the first period, then scored on an empty net in the third to round out the scoring. BC equalized in the first through Alex Newhook, but Jake Gaudet restored the lead at the 16:15 mark of the third period.

Filip Lindberg stopped 41 shots in goal to get the win.

Thursday Scores

Hampden Charter boys basketball 70, Mount Everett 38

SHEFFIELD — The visitors raced out to a 15-6 lead after a quarter and never looked back.

Mount Everett (1-8) was led by Cooper Rothvoss, who went for 10 in the loss.

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HAMPDEN CHARTER (70)

Lewis 6-1-16, Caban 1-0-2, Buckhannon 6-1-16, Abange 2-0-4, Ranck 4-4-12, Smith 3-2-9, Covington 1-0-2, Joseph 1-0-2, Mersincavage 2-0-4, Clarkson 0-0-0, Corbin 1-0-3. Totals 27-8-70.

MOUNT EVERETT (38)

Foster 0-2-2, Carpenter 3-3-9, Monteleone 3-1-9, Henderson 0-0-0, Devoti 0-0-0, Bleau 1-1-4, Rothvoss 5-0-10, Ullrich 2-0-4. Totals 14-7-38.

HC     15     24     11     20     —     70

Everett     6     6     17     9     —     38

3-point goals — HC 9 (Lewis 3, Buckhannon 3, Smith, Corbin), ME 3 (Monteleone 2, Bleau).

Belchertown     0     0     2     —     2

First Period

ME — Cam Raifstanger (Dylan Boomsma), 14:53.

Third Period

B — Fransis Nigro (Colby Masse), 3:22; B — Masse (Chris Buffone/Nate Ayers), 0:07.

Saves — ME: Jack Seward-Dailey 33; B: Ethan Rajpold 26.

College Basketball

Hamilton men 79, Williams 78

CLINTON, N.Y. — The Williams men jumped out to a 35-23 lead at halftime, but the Continentals erased the deficit in the second half to post a one-point win.

Williams (6-6, 0-1 NESCAC) led 59-45 with 10:36 to go after a Nick Osarenren dunk for Hamilton.

Eric Anderson scored the go-ahead bucket with 35 seconds left, canning a 3-pointer to make it 75-73. Cole Prowitt-Smith hit a free throw for Williams with 10 seconds left to make it 77-76, but Kena Gilmour hit two free throws to make it 79-76 with eight seconds left. Prowitt-Smith hit two more free throws to make it a one-point game, but the Ephs couldn't find the last point to send it to overtime.

Prowitt-Smith went for 25 off the bench to lead Williams in scoring, while Spencer Spivy added 14 points and seven rebounds, and Matt Karpowicz had 12 points and six assists. Gilmour scored a game-high 28 in the win.

College Hockey

Williams men 4, Wesleyan 2

WILLIAMSTOWN — No. 13. Williams (8-3-0, 6-1-0 NESCAC) scored three goals in the second period, and they stood up in the win.

Nick Altmann, Max Fuld and Niko Karamanis all scored in the period to put Williams up 3-0.

The Cardinals (6-4-0, 2-3-0) came back with two goals in the third period, the second with just under two minutes to play. Searching for the equalizer, Wesleyan pulled its goaltender, and that allowed Tyler Scott to score on an empty net and ice the win.

Jack McCool had a pair of assists in the win, while Cosimo Lazzarino stopped 20 shots.

The Ephs play top-ranked Trinity today at home.

Williams women 2, Trinity 0

HARTFORD, Conn. — The Ephs got the winner through Kelly McCarthy in the second period, then Delaney Szlezyngier scored the insurance tally in the third period.

Williams is now 6-4-1 on the year with the win.

Paige Galle assisted on both goals, and Chloe Heiting made 23 stops to get the shutout in goal.

UMass men 3, Boston College 1

BOSTON — The Minutemen improved to 14-6-1 on the year and 7-3-1 in the Hockey East with a road win over the Eagles (12-5-0, 6-3-0).

Justin Leonard put UMass ahead in the first period, then scored on an empty net in the third to round out the scoring. BC equalized in the first through Alex Newhook, but Jake Gaudet restored the lead at the 16:15 mark of the third period.

Filip Lindberg stopped 41 shots in goal to get the win.

Thursday Scores

Hampden Charter boys basketball 70, Mount Everett 38

SHEFFIELD — The visitors raced out to a 15-6 lead after a quarter and never looked back.

Mount Everett (1-8) was led by Cooper Rothvoss, who went for 10 in the loss.

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HAMPDEN CHARTER (70)

Lewis 6-1-16, Caban 1-0-2, Buckhannon 6-1-16, Abange 2-0-4, Ranck 4-4-12, Smith 3-2-9, Covington 1-0-2, Joseph 1-0-2, Mersincavage 2-0-4, Clarkson 0-0-0, Corbin 1-0-3. Totals 27-8-70.

MOUNT EVERETT (38)

Foster 0-2-2, Carpenter 3-3-9, Monteleone 3-1-9, Henderson 0-0-0, Devoti 0-0-0, Bleau 1-1-4, Rothvoss 5-0-10, Ullrich 2-0-4. Totals 14-7-38.

HC     15     24     11     20     —     70

Everett     6     6     17     9     —     38

3-point goals — HC 9 (Lewis 3, Buckhannon 3, Smith, Corbin), ME 3 (Monteleone 2, Bleau).

First Period

ME — Cam Raifstanger (Dylan Boomsma), 14:53.

Third Period

B — Fransis Nigro (Colby Masse), 3:22; B — Masse (Chris Buffone/Nate Ayers), 0:07.

Saves — ME: Jack Seward-Dailey 33; B: Ethan Rajpold 26.

College Basketball

Hamilton men 79, Williams 78

CLINTON, N.Y. — The Williams men jumped out to a 35-23 lead at halftime, but the Continentals erased the deficit in the second half to post a one-point win.

Williams (6-6, 0-1 NESCAC) led 59-45 with 10:36 to go after a Nick Osarenren dunk for Hamilton.

Eric Anderson scored the go-ahead bucket with 35 seconds left, canning a 3-pointer to make it 75-73. Cole Prowitt-Smith hit a free throw for Williams with 10 seconds left to make it 77-76, but Kena Gilmour hit two free throws to make it 79-76 with eight seconds left. Prowitt-Smith hit two more free throws to make it a one-point game, but the Ephs couldn't find the last point to send it to overtime.

Prowitt-Smith went for 25 off the bench to lead Williams in scoring, while Spencer Spivy added 14 points and seven rebounds, and Matt Karpowicz had 12 points and six assists. Gilmour scored a game-high 28 in the win.

College Hockey

Williams men 4, Wesleyan 2

WILLIAMSTOWN — No. 13. Williams (8-3-0, 6-1-0 NESCAC) scored three goals in the second period, and they stood up in the win.

Nick Altmann, Max Fuld and Niko Karamanis all scored in the period to put Williams up 3-0.

The Cardinals (6-4-0, 2-3-0) came back with two goals in the third period, the second with just under two minutes to play. Searching for the equalizer, Wesleyan pulled its goaltender, and that allowed Tyler Scott to score on an empty net and ice the win.

Jack McCool had a pair of assists in the win, while Cosimo Lazzarino stopped 20 shots.

The Ephs play top-ranked Trinity today at home.

Williams women 2, Trinity 0

HARTFORD, Conn. — The Ephs got the winner through Kelly McCarthy in the second period, then Delaney Szlezyngier scored the insurance tally in the third period.

Williams is now 6-4-1 on the year with the win.

Paige Galle assisted on both goals, and Chloe Heiting made 23 stops to get the shutout in goal.

UMass men 3, Boston College 1

BOSTON — The Minutemen improved to 14-6-1 on the year and 7-3-1 in the Hockey East with a road win over the Eagles (12-5-0, 6-3-0).

Justin Leonard put UMass ahead in the first period, then scored on an empty net in the third to round out the scoring. BC equalized in the first through Alex Newhook, but Jake Gaudet restored the lead at the 16:15 mark of the third period.

Filip Lindberg stopped 41 shots in goal to get the win.

Thursday Scores

Hampden Charter boys basketball 70, Mount Everett 38

SHEFFIELD — The visitors raced out to a 15-6 lead after a quarter and never looked back.

Mount Everett (1-8) was led by Cooper Rothvoss, who went for 10 in the loss.

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HAMPDEN CHARTER (70)

Lewis 6-1-16, Caban 1-0-2, Buckhannon 6-1-16, Abange 2-0-4, Ranck 4-4-12, Smith 3-2-9, Covington 1-0-2, Joseph 1-0-2, Mersincavage 2-0-4, Clarkson 0-0-0, Corbin 1-0-3. Totals 27-8-70.

MOUNT EVERETT (38)

Foster 0-2-2, Carpenter 3-3-9, Monteleone 3-1-9, Henderson 0-0-0, Devoti 0-0-0, Bleau 1-1-4, Rothvoss 5-0-10, Ullrich 2-0-4. Totals 14-7-38.

HC     15     24     11     20     —     70

Everett     6     6     17     9     —     38

3-point goals — HC 9 (Lewis 3, Buckhannon 3, Smith, Corbin), ME 3 (Monteleone 2, Bleau).

Everett     6     6     17     9     —     38

3-point goals — HC 9 (Lewis 3, Buckhannon 3, Smith, Corbin), ME 3 (Monteleone 2, Bleau).

3-point goals — HC 9 (Lewis 3, Buckhannon 3, Smith, Corbin), ME 3 (Monteleone 2, Bleau).


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