Roundup: Lee's Harding goes 1 away from 1,000 with 27-point outburst against Athol

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LEE — Ben Harding sits one point away from 1,000 for his Lee career after scoring 27 points in a 57-54 win over Athol on Saturday afternoon.

Harding came alive in the second half, scoring 19 of his game-high 27 in the third and fourth quarters. Harding had a chance to reach 1,000 on a pair of free throws with under three seconds to go, but he went 1 of 2 from the line.

Harding's next shot at the milestone will be Monday at rival Lenox.

The Wildcats (6-4) used a big third quarter to gut out the win. Lee trailed 30-22 at halftime, but outscored the Red Raiders 22-10 in the third.

Part of the turnaround was limiting Mike Ferrari. Ferrari went for 22 in the game, but only had five points int he second half.

Lee coach Jason Bliss credited a switch to a zone defense in the second half to cutting down the Athol scoring.

Myles Whitney-Nason went for 15 points to compliment Harding, and Dom Bartini added eight. Harding also had 18 rebounds.

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ATHOL (54)

King 3-2-9, Paine 2-0-5, Pottinger 2-0-4, Bousquet 4-0-10, Tarbell 1-2-4, Ferrari 11-2-22. Totals 21-6-54.

LEE (57)

Drozd 0-0-0, Whitney-Nason 4-6-15, Bartini 3-1-8, Jiminez 2-0-5, Harding 11-3-27, Redstone 1-0-2. Totals 21-10-57.

Athol     16     14     10     14     —     54

Lee     13     9     22     13     —     57

3-point goals — A 6 (Ferrari 2, Bousquet 2, Paine, King), L 5 (Harding 2, Whitney-Nason, Bartini, Jiminez).

Mount Greylock 60, McCann Tech 56

WILLIAMSTOWN — Host Mount Greylock held McCann Tech without a field goal in overtime to earn a hard-fought win.

The Mounties rallied in the fourth quarter, outscoring the Hornets 15-9, sending the game into overtime. Toby Foehl scored 12 of his game-high 22 points in the fourth quarter. Baskets by Zeke Locklear and Malcolm Waynick helped push the Mounties to the OT victory.

Freshman Derek Paris had 16 points for Greylock.

McCann's Bruce Davis had 14 points, while Darian Tovani and Jackson Owensby had 12 points each. The Mounties' defense held Keeghan Vidal to five points, all coming in the fourth quarter and overtime.

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McCANN TECH (56)

Vidal 1-3-5, Davis 5-3-14, Owensby 4-1-12, Darius Tovani 1-0-2, Beany 1-1-3, Jamros 4-0-8, Davis 0-0-0, Darian Tovani 4-0-12. Totals 20-8-56.

MOUNT GREYLOCK (60)

Foehl 9-1-22, Santos 0-0-0, Locklear 4-1-9, Paris 5-4-16, Waynick 1-0-2, Sheridan 0-2-2, Brady 1-1-3, Wellspeak 0-0-0, Jezouit 1-4-6. Totals 21-13-60

McCann Tech     17     18     10     9     2     —     56

Mount Greylock     9     15     15     15     6     —     60

3-point goals — MT 8 (Darian Tovani 4, Owensby 3, Davis). MG 5 (Foehl 3, Paris 2).

Lenox 79, Notre Dame 53

The Lenox boys improved to 3-9 with a strong performance over Notre Dame. No more information was available at press deadline.

Nordic Skiing

Greylock teams sweep

WOODFORD, Vt. — Mount Greylock's Brandi Gill and Northfield Mount Hermon's Adam Carlisle raced to wins at Prospect Mountain in a skate race.

Gill won in 22 minutes, 8 seconds to edge out Wahconah's Gabby Orlando by five seconds. Greylock's Jackie Wells, Mohawks Erika Looman and Greylock's Hazel Scullin rounded out the top 5 girls, respectively. The Greylock girls won the meet with 16 points, beating Lenox (39) and Wahconah (58) in the top 3.

Carlisle finished in 17:29, beating Greylock's Jakin Miller by eight seconds. Lenox's Herkus Rudzinskas, Greylock's Col McDermott and Hoosac Valley's Corben Craig rounded out the top 5, respectively. The Greylock boys won with 19 points, while Lenox was second (47) and Hoosac was third (67).

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Boys

Team scores — 1. Mount Greylock, 19; 2. Lenox, 41; 3. Hoosac Valley, 67; 4. Amherst, 85; 5. Wahconah, 96; 6. Berkshire School, 108; 7. Simsbury, 131.

Top 20 — 1. Carlisle (NMH), 17:29; 2. Miller (MG), 17:37; 3. Ruszinskas (L), 17:45; 4. McDermott (MG), 18:31; 5. Craig (HV), 19:44; 6. Savitsky (MG), 19:46; 7. Gerry (MG), 19:48; 8. Maruk (MG), 19:51; 9. Young (L), 20:03; 10. McDonnell (BS), 20:11; 11. Tucker-Smith (MG), 20:12; 12. Levesque (H), 20:26; 13. Miller (MG), 20:33; 14. Skavlem (MG), 20:41; 15. Swabey (MG), 20:42; 16. Cheung (MG), 20:50; 16. Rice-Lesure (M), 20:50; 18. Sandstrom (MG), 21:04; 19. Novitsky (L), 21:10; 20. Carotenuto (L), 21:13.

Girls

Team scores —1. Mount Greylock, 16; 2. Lenox, 39; 3. Wahconah, 58; 4. Mohawk, 61; 5. Hoosac Valley, 101; 6. Simsbury, 147.

Top 20 — 1. B. Gill (MG), 22;08; 2. Orlando (W), 22:13; 3. Wells (MG), 22:35; 4. Looman (M), 23:02; 5. Scullin (MG), 23:36; 6. Burns (L), 23:37; 7. L. Gill (MG), 23:38; 8. Elliot (L), 23:55; 9. Bakija (MG), 24:20; 10. Dupras (MG), 24:22; 11. Smith (MG), 24:34; 12. Viner (W), 24:36; 13. Sorrentino (L), 24:59; 14. Miller (MG), 25:12; 15. Huth (L), 25:13; 16. Keyser-Parker (NMH), 25:28; 17. McDermott (MG), 25:31; 18. Wisnauckas (M), 25:33; 19. Gale (H), 25:34; 20. Bachman (L), 25:50.

Wrestling

Monument goes 1-3 in Saturday duals

The Monument Mountain wrestling team went 1-3 in a quartet of Saturday duals, beating Everett 35-33 while falling to Wayland (48-16), Watertown, Conn. (51-22) and Milton (36-12).

Sam Cormier went 4-0 on the day for the Spartans, recording a pin, two majority decisions and a technical fall.

Ely Cormier went 2-1 in contested matches at 113 pounds. Caden O'Rourke went 2-2 on the day.

Mount Everett wrestles in Granby

GRANBY — The Eagles went 0-3 at the Granby Duals, falling to East Longmeadow 24-18, Pathfinder 42-18 and host Granby 42-9.

Zach Lupiani went 2-0 on the day with a pair of pins at 120 pounds.

Hockey

Chicopee 5, Mount Everett 0

CHICOPEE — The Eagles were blanked by the Pacers.

Trevor Seidel-Poirer had a hat trick in the win, while Kendell Walsh had two assists.

Jack Seward-Dailey stopped 39 shots in the loss.

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Everett     0     0     0     —     0

Chicopee     2     0     3     —     5

First Period

C — Trevor Seidel-Poirer (unassisted), N/A. C — Trent Lahair (Spencer Clark, Austin Scott), N/A.

Third Period

C — Seidel-Poirer (Kendell Walsh), N/A. C — Seidel-Poirer (UA), N/A. C — Clark (Walsh, Nolan Florence), N/A.

Saves — ME: Jack Seward-Dailey 39.

College Basketball

Williams men 75, Bates 69

LEWISTON, Maine — The No. 3 Ephs survived a scare in Maine, rallying from seven points down at halftime to improve to 15-0 on the year, and 4-0 in NESCAC. Bates falls to 4-12 and 1-3.

Bobby Casey went for 23 in the win. James Heskett had 14 and Kyle Scadlock finished with 15 points and nine rebounds. Williams also got some key scoring from sophomore forward Marc Taylor, who had 11 points in eight minutes.

The Ephs trailed 34-27 at halftime, but got a little momentum on Scadlock's second half-opening dunk. Then, with 15:35 left in the second half, Casey drained a 3-pointer to make it 41-38, and the Ephs never trailed again.

Williams was a little sloppy with the basketball, committing 15 turnovers. The host Bobcats scored 21 points off of turnovers to only 3 for Williams.

The Eph defense did a good job on the Bates starters, holding all five of them to a combined 35 points. But Tom Coyne came off the bench to score a game-high 24 points.

Worcester State men 86, MCLA 68

WORCESTER — Up a point at halftime, the Trailblazers fell apart in the second half.

Worcester State scored 50 in the second half to rally out of a 37-36 deficit.

Antonie Montgomery had 17 points for MCLA (4-11, 0-3 MASCAC), while Victor Stewart and Gerald Herbert each added nine.

Bridgewater State women 73, MCLA 45

NORTH ADAMS — L'Rae Brundige came off the bench to score 13 points in a loss for the Trailblazers (4-8, 0-2 MASCAC).

Starters Kylah Langston and Erika Ryan each added eight points.

College Hockey

Colby women 3, Williams 2

WILLIAMSTOWN — The Ephs scored the first two goals of the second period, but then gave up three in a four-minute span to fall to the Mules.

The Ephs are now 9-3-2 overall and 5-3-0 in NESCAC play.

Abby Brustad and Meghan Halloran scored the Williams goals. Annie Rush had a pair of assists. Chloe Heiting stopped 22 shots in the loss.

Williams swimming

NEW LONDON, Conn. — Ninety two is a big number. The Williams women have now won 92 consecutive Division III swim meets, beating Connecticut College 162-100. The Williams men helped complete a sweep, beating Conn. 155-100.

In the women's meet, Williams' Caroline White scored two wins, taking the 100-yard and 200-yard breaststroke.

One of the most contested events of the day was the 100 backstroke, when former Monument Mountain standout Maeve Wilber just touched out Veronica Wolff. Wilber's time was 1:00.30, and Wolff's time was 1:00.50.

For the men, Williams' Jamie Lovette doubled up with wins in the 100 and the 1,650 freestyle.

Friday's basketball scores

Mount Everett boys 48, St. Mary 37

WESTFIELD — The Mount Everett boys pick up their second win of the season on Friday.

The Eagles held St. Mary to just four second-quarter points to give the Eagles a 19-10 lead at half and never look back.

Pat Silk scored a game-high 19 points for Everett while Jack Carpenter and Kolby Bleau combined for another 18 points.

Brandy Collins scored a team-high 16 points for the Saints and Mike Pepe added another 11.

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MOUNT EVERETT (48)

Foster 0-0-0, Casivant 1-0-2, Silk 7-5-19, Carpenter 3-6-10, Monteleone 0-1-1, Kushi 0-0-0, Devoti 1-0-2, Bleau 4-0-8, Mullen 3-0-6. Totals 19-10-48.

ST. MARYS (37)

Collins 5-4-16, Willenborg 0-6-6, Blanchard 1-0-2, Melson 0-0-0, Pepe 5-1-11, Nelson 1-0-2. Totals 12-11-37.

Mount Everett     8     11     12     17     —     48

St. Marys     6     4     10     17     —     37

3-point goals — SM: 2 (Collins 2). ME: 0.

Lee     13     9     22     13     —     57

3-point goals — A 6 (Ferrari 2, Bousquet 2, Paine, King), L 5 (Harding 2, Whitney-Nason, Bartini, Jiminez).

Mount Greylock 60, McCann Tech 56

WILLIAMSTOWN — Host Mount Greylock held McCann Tech without a field goal in overtime to earn a hard-fought win.

The Mounties rallied in the fourth quarter, outscoring the Hornets 15-9, sending the game into overtime. Toby Foehl scored 12 of his game-high 22 points in the fourth quarter. Baskets by Zeke Locklear and Malcolm Waynick helped push the Mounties to the OT victory.

Freshman Derek Paris had 16 points for Greylock.

McCann's Bruce Davis had 14 points, while Darian Tovani and Jackson Owensby had 12 points each. The Mounties' defense held Keeghan Vidal to five points, all coming in the fourth quarter and overtime.

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McCANN TECH (56)

Vidal 1-3-5, Davis 5-3-14, Owensby 4-1-12, Darius Tovani 1-0-2, Beany 1-1-3, Jamros 4-0-8, Davis 0-0-0, Darian Tovani 4-0-12. Totals 20-8-56.

MOUNT GREYLOCK (60)

Foehl 9-1-22, Santos 0-0-0, Locklear 4-1-9, Paris 5-4-16, Waynick 1-0-2, Sheridan 0-2-2, Brady 1-1-3, Wellspeak 0-0-0, Jezouit 1-4-6. Totals 21-13-60

McCann Tech     17     18     10     9     2     —     56

Mount Greylock     9     15     15     15     6     —     60

3-point goals — MT 8 (Darian Tovani 4, Owensby 3, Davis). MG 5 (Foehl 3, Paris 2).

Lenox 79, Notre Dame 53

The Lenox boys improved to 3-9 with a strong performance over Notre Dame. No more information was available at press deadline.

Nordic Skiing

Greylock teams sweep

WOODFORD, Vt. — Mount Greylock's Brandi Gill and Northfield Mount Hermon's Adam Carlisle raced to wins at Prospect Mountain in a skate race.

Gill won in 22 minutes, 8 seconds to edge out Wahconah's Gabby Orlando by five seconds. Greylock's Jackie Wells, Mohawks Erika Looman and Greylock's Hazel Scullin rounded out the top 5 girls, respectively. The Greylock girls won the meet with 16 points, beating Lenox (39) and Wahconah (58) in the top 3.

Carlisle finished in 17:29, beating Greylock's Jakin Miller by eight seconds. Lenox's Herkus Rudzinskas, Greylock's Col McDermott and Hoosac Valley's Corben Craig rounded out the top 5, respectively. The Greylock boys won with 19 points, while Lenox was second (47) and Hoosac was third (67).

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Boys

Team scores — 1. Mount Greylock, 19; 2. Lenox, 41; 3. Hoosac Valley, 67; 4. Amherst, 85; 5. Wahconah, 96; 6. Berkshire School, 108; 7. Simsbury, 131.

Top 20 — 1. Carlisle (NMH), 17:29; 2. Miller (MG), 17:37; 3. Ruszinskas (L), 17:45; 4. McDermott (MG), 18:31; 5. Craig (HV), 19:44; 6. Savitsky (MG), 19:46; 7. Gerry (MG), 19:48; 8. Maruk (MG), 19:51; 9. Young (L), 20:03; 10. McDonnell (BS), 20:11; 11. Tucker-Smith (MG), 20:12; 12. Levesque (H), 20:26; 13. Miller (MG), 20:33; 14. Skavlem (MG), 20:41; 15. Swabey (MG), 20:42; 16. Cheung (MG), 20:50; 16. Rice-Lesure (M), 20:50; 18. Sandstrom (MG), 21:04; 19. Novitsky (L), 21:10; 20. Carotenuto (L), 21:13.

Girls

Team scores —1. Mount Greylock, 16; 2. Lenox, 39; 3. Wahconah, 58; 4. Mohawk, 61; 5. Hoosac Valley, 101; 6. Simsbury, 147.

Top 20 — 1. B. Gill (MG), 22;08; 2. Orlando (W), 22:13; 3. Wells (MG), 22:35; 4. Looman (M), 23:02; 5. Scullin (MG), 23:36; 6. Burns (L), 23:37; 7. L. Gill (MG), 23:38; 8. Elliot (L), 23:55; 9. Bakija (MG), 24:20; 10. Dupras (MG), 24:22; 11. Smith (MG), 24:34; 12. Viner (W), 24:36; 13. Sorrentino (L), 24:59; 14. Miller (MG), 25:12; 15. Huth (L), 25:13; 16. Keyser-Parker (NMH), 25:28; 17. McDermott (MG), 25:31; 18. Wisnauckas (M), 25:33; 19. Gale (H), 25:34; 20. Bachman (L), 25:50.

Wrestling

Monument goes 1-3 in Saturday duals

The Monument Mountain wrestling team went 1-3 in a quartet of Saturday duals, beating Everett 35-33 while falling to Wayland (48-16), Watertown, Conn. (51-22) and Milton (36-12).

Sam Cormier went 4-0 on the day for the Spartans, recording a pin, two majority decisions and a technical fall.

Ely Cormier went 2-1 in contested matches at 113 pounds. Caden O'Rourke went 2-2 on the day.

Mount Everett wrestles in Granby

GRANBY — The Eagles went 0-3 at the Granby Duals, falling to East Longmeadow 24-18, Pathfinder 42-18 and host Granby 42-9.

Zach Lupiani went 2-0 on the day with a pair of pins at 120 pounds.

Hockey

Chicopee 5, Mount Everett 0

CHICOPEE — The Eagles were blanked by the Pacers.

Trevor Seidel-Poirer had a hat trick in the win, while Kendell Walsh had two assists.

Jack Seward-Dailey stopped 39 shots in the loss.

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Everett     0     0     0     —     0

Chicopee     2     0     3     —     5

First Period

C — Trevor Seidel-Poirer (unassisted), N/A. C — Trent Lahair (Spencer Clark, Austin Scott), N/A.

Third Period

C — Seidel-Poirer (Kendell Walsh), N/A. C — Seidel-Poirer (UA), N/A. C — Clark (Walsh, Nolan Florence), N/A.

Saves — ME: Jack Seward-Dailey 39.

College Basketball

Williams men 75, Bates 69

LEWISTON, Maine — The No. 3 Ephs survived a scare in Maine, rallying from seven points down at halftime to improve to 15-0 on the year, and 4-0 in NESCAC. Bates falls to 4-12 and 1-3.

Bobby Casey went for 23 in the win. James Heskett had 14 and Kyle Scadlock finished with 15 points and nine rebounds. Williams also got some key scoring from sophomore forward Marc Taylor, who had 11 points in eight minutes.

The Ephs trailed 34-27 at halftime, but got a little momentum on Scadlock's second half-opening dunk. Then, with 15:35 left in the second half, Casey drained a 3-pointer to make it 41-38, and the Ephs never trailed again.

Williams was a little sloppy with the basketball, committing 15 turnovers. The host Bobcats scored 21 points off of turnovers to only 3 for Williams.

The Eph defense did a good job on the Bates starters, holding all five of them to a combined 35 points. But Tom Coyne came off the bench to score a game-high 24 points.

Worcester State men 86, MCLA 68

WORCESTER — Up a point at halftime, the Trailblazers fell apart in the second half.

Worcester State scored 50 in the second half to rally out of a 37-36 deficit.

Antonie Montgomery had 17 points for MCLA (4-11, 0-3 MASCAC), while Victor Stewart and Gerald Herbert each added nine.

Bridgewater State women 73, MCLA 45

NORTH ADAMS — L'Rae Brundige came off the bench to score 13 points in a loss for the Trailblazers (4-8, 0-2 MASCAC).

Starters Kylah Langston and Erika Ryan each added eight points.

College Hockey

Colby women 3, Williams 2

WILLIAMSTOWN — The Ephs scored the first two goals of the second period, but then gave up three in a four-minute span to fall to the Mules.

The Ephs are now 9-3-2 overall and 5-3-0 in NESCAC play.

Abby Brustad and Meghan Halloran scored the Williams goals. Annie Rush had a pair of assists. Chloe Heiting stopped 22 shots in the loss.

Williams swimming

NEW LONDON, Conn. — Ninety two is a big number. The Williams women have now won 92 consecutive Division III swim meets, beating Connecticut College 162-100. The Williams men helped complete a sweep, beating Conn. 155-100.

In the women's meet, Williams' Caroline White scored two wins, taking the 100-yard and 200-yard breaststroke.

One of the most contested events of the day was the 100 backstroke, when former Monument Mountain standout Maeve Wilber just touched out Veronica Wolff. Wilber's time was 1:00.30, and Wolff's time was 1:00.50.

For the men, Williams' Jamie Lovette doubled up with wins in the 100 and the 1,650 freestyle.

Friday's basketball scores

Mount Everett boys 48, St. Mary 37

WESTFIELD — The Mount Everett boys pick up their second win of the season on Friday.

The Eagles held St. Mary to just four second-quarter points to give the Eagles a 19-10 lead at half and never look back.

Pat Silk scored a game-high 19 points for Everett while Jack Carpenter and Kolby Bleau combined for another 18 points.

Brandy Collins scored a team-high 16 points for the Saints and Mike Pepe added another 11.

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MOUNT EVERETT (48)

Foster 0-0-0, Casivant 1-0-2, Silk 7-5-19, Carpenter 3-6-10, Monteleone 0-1-1, Kushi 0-0-0, Devoti 1-0-2, Bleau 4-0-8, Mullen 3-0-6. Totals 19-10-48.

ST. MARYS (37)

Collins 5-4-16, Willenborg 0-6-6, Blanchard 1-0-2, Melson 0-0-0, Pepe 5-1-11, Nelson 1-0-2. Totals 12-11-37.

Mount Everett     8     11     12     17     —     48

St. Marys     6     4     10     17     —     37

3-point goals — SM: 2 (Collins 2). ME: 0.

3-point goals — A 6 (Ferrari 2, Bousquet 2, Paine, King), L 5 (Harding 2, Whitney-Nason, Bartini, Jiminez).

Mount Greylock 60, McCann Tech 56

WILLIAMSTOWN — Host Mount Greylock held McCann Tech without a field goal in overtime to earn a hard-fought win.

The Mounties rallied in the fourth quarter, outscoring the Hornets 15-9, sending the game into overtime. Toby Foehl scored 12 of his game-high 22 points in the fourth quarter. Baskets by Zeke Locklear and Malcolm Waynick helped push the Mounties to the OT victory.

Freshman Derek Paris had 16 points for Greylock.

McCann's Bruce Davis had 14 points, while Darian Tovani and Jackson Owensby had 12 points each. The Mounties' defense held Keeghan Vidal to five points, all coming in the fourth quarter and overtime.

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McCANN TECH (56)

Vidal 1-3-5, Davis 5-3-14, Owensby 4-1-12, Darius Tovani 1-0-2, Beany 1-1-3, Jamros 4-0-8, Davis 0-0-0, Darian Tovani 4-0-12. Totals 20-8-56.

MOUNT GREYLOCK (60)

Foehl 9-1-22, Santos 0-0-0, Locklear 4-1-9, Paris 5-4-16, Waynick 1-0-2, Sheridan 0-2-2, Brady 1-1-3, Wellspeak 0-0-0, Jezouit 1-4-6. Totals 21-13-60

McCann Tech     17     18     10     9     2     —     56

Mount Greylock     9     15     15     15     6     —     60

3-point goals — MT 8 (Darian Tovani 4, Owensby 3, Davis). MG 5 (Foehl 3, Paris 2).

Lenox 79, Notre Dame 53

The Lenox boys improved to 3-9 with a strong performance over Notre Dame. No more information was available at press deadline.

Nordic Skiing

Greylock teams sweep

WOODFORD, Vt. — Mount Greylock's Brandi Gill and Northfield Mount Hermon's Adam Carlisle raced to wins at Prospect Mountain in a skate race.

Gill won in 22 minutes, 8 seconds to edge out Wahconah's Gabby Orlando by five seconds. Greylock's Jackie Wells, Mohawks Erika Looman and Greylock's Hazel Scullin rounded out the top 5 girls, respectively. The Greylock girls won the meet with 16 points, beating Lenox (39) and Wahconah (58) in the top 3.

Carlisle finished in 17:29, beating Greylock's Jakin Miller by eight seconds. Lenox's Herkus Rudzinskas, Greylock's Col McDermott and Hoosac Valley's Corben Craig rounded out the top 5, respectively. The Greylock boys won with 19 points, while Lenox was second (47) and Hoosac was third (67).

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Boys

Team scores — 1. Mount Greylock, 19; 2. Lenox, 41; 3. Hoosac Valley, 67; 4. Amherst, 85; 5. Wahconah, 96; 6. Berkshire School, 108; 7. Simsbury, 131.

Top 20 — 1. Carlisle (NMH), 17:29; 2. Miller (MG), 17:37; 3. Ruszinskas (L), 17:45; 4. McDermott (MG), 18:31; 5. Craig (HV), 19:44; 6. Savitsky (MG), 19:46; 7. Gerry (MG), 19:48; 8. Maruk (MG), 19:51; 9. Young (L), 20:03; 10. McDonnell (BS), 20:11; 11. Tucker-Smith (MG), 20:12; 12. Levesque (H), 20:26; 13. Miller (MG), 20:33; 14. Skavlem (MG), 20:41; 15. Swabey (MG), 20:42; 16. Cheung (MG), 20:50; 16. Rice-Lesure (M), 20:50; 18. Sandstrom (MG), 21:04; 19. Novitsky (L), 21:10; 20. Carotenuto (L), 21:13.

Girls

Team scores —1. Mount Greylock, 16; 2. Lenox, 39; 3. Wahconah, 58; 4. Mohawk, 61; 5. Hoosac Valley, 101; 6. Simsbury, 147.

Top 20 — 1. B. Gill (MG), 22;08; 2. Orlando (W), 22:13; 3. Wells (MG), 22:35; 4. Looman (M), 23:02; 5. Scullin (MG), 23:36; 6. Burns (L), 23:37; 7. L. Gill (MG), 23:38; 8. Elliot (L), 23:55; 9. Bakija (MG), 24:20; 10. Dupras (MG), 24:22; 11. Smith (MG), 24:34; 12. Viner (W), 24:36; 13. Sorrentino (L), 24:59; 14. Miller (MG), 25:12; 15. Huth (L), 25:13; 16. Keyser-Parker (NMH), 25:28; 17. McDermott (MG), 25:31; 18. Wisnauckas (M), 25:33; 19. Gale (H), 25:34; 20. Bachman (L), 25:50.

Wrestling

Monument goes 1-3 in Saturday duals

The Monument Mountain wrestling team went 1-3 in a quartet of Saturday duals, beating Everett 35-33 while falling to Wayland (48-16), Watertown, Conn. (51-22) and Milton (36-12).

Sam Cormier went 4-0 on the day for the Spartans, recording a pin, two majority decisions and a technical fall.

Ely Cormier went 2-1 in contested matches at 113 pounds. Caden O'Rourke went 2-2 on the day.

Mount Everett wrestles in Granby

GRANBY — The Eagles went 0-3 at the Granby Duals, falling to East Longmeadow 24-18, Pathfinder 42-18 and host Granby 42-9.

Zach Lupiani went 2-0 on the day with a pair of pins at 120 pounds.

Hockey

Chicopee 5, Mount Everett 0

CHICOPEE — The Eagles were blanked by the Pacers.

Trevor Seidel-Poirer had a hat trick in the win, while Kendell Walsh had two assists.

Jack Seward-Dailey stopped 39 shots in the loss.

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Everett     0     0     0     —     0

Chicopee     2     0     3     —     5

First Period

C — Trevor Seidel-Poirer (unassisted), N/A. C — Trent Lahair (Spencer Clark, Austin Scott), N/A.

Third Period

C — Seidel-Poirer (Kendell Walsh), N/A. C — Seidel-Poirer (UA), N/A. C — Clark (Walsh, Nolan Florence), N/A.

Saves — ME: Jack Seward-Dailey 39.

College Basketball

Williams men 75, Bates 69

LEWISTON, Maine — The No. 3 Ephs survived a scare in Maine, rallying from seven points down at halftime to improve to 15-0 on the year, and 4-0 in NESCAC. Bates falls to 4-12 and 1-3.

Bobby Casey went for 23 in the win. James Heskett had 14 and Kyle Scadlock finished with 15 points and nine rebounds. Williams also got some key scoring from sophomore forward Marc Taylor, who had 11 points in eight minutes.

The Ephs trailed 34-27 at halftime, but got a little momentum on Scadlock's second half-opening dunk. Then, with 15:35 left in the second half, Casey drained a 3-pointer to make it 41-38, and the Ephs never trailed again.

Williams was a little sloppy with the basketball, committing 15 turnovers. The host Bobcats scored 21 points off of turnovers to only 3 for Williams.

The Eph defense did a good job on the Bates starters, holding all five of them to a combined 35 points. But Tom Coyne came off the bench to score a game-high 24 points.

Worcester State men 86, MCLA 68

WORCESTER — Up a point at halftime, the Trailblazers fell apart in the second half.

Worcester State scored 50 in the second half to rally out of a 37-36 deficit.

Antonie Montgomery had 17 points for MCLA (4-11, 0-3 MASCAC), while Victor Stewart and Gerald Herbert each added nine.

Bridgewater State women 73, MCLA 45

NORTH ADAMS — L'Rae Brundige came off the bench to score 13 points in a loss for the Trailblazers (4-8, 0-2 MASCAC).

Starters Kylah Langston and Erika Ryan each added eight points.

College Hockey

Colby women 3, Williams 2

WILLIAMSTOWN — The Ephs scored the first two goals of the second period, but then gave up three in a four-minute span to fall to the Mules.

The Ephs are now 9-3-2 overall and 5-3-0 in NESCAC play.

Abby Brustad and Meghan Halloran scored the Williams goals. Annie Rush had a pair of assists. Chloe Heiting stopped 22 shots in the loss.

Williams swimming

NEW LONDON, Conn. — Ninety two is a big number. The Williams women have now won 92 consecutive Division III swim meets, beating Connecticut College 162-100. The Williams men helped complete a sweep, beating Conn. 155-100.

In the women's meet, Williams' Caroline White scored two wins, taking the 100-yard and 200-yard breaststroke.

One of the most contested events of the day was the 100 backstroke, when former Monument Mountain standout Maeve Wilber just touched out Veronica Wolff. Wilber's time was 1:00.30, and Wolff's time was 1:00.50.

For the men, Williams' Jamie Lovette doubled up with wins in the 100 and the 1,650 freestyle.

Friday's basketball scores

Mount Everett boys 48, St. Mary 37

WESTFIELD — The Mount Everett boys pick up their second win of the season on Friday.

The Eagles held St. Mary to just four second-quarter points to give the Eagles a 19-10 lead at half and never look back.

Pat Silk scored a game-high 19 points for Everett while Jack Carpenter and Kolby Bleau combined for another 18 points.

Brandy Collins scored a team-high 16 points for the Saints and Mike Pepe added another 11.

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MOUNT EVERETT (48)

Foster 0-0-0, Casivant 1-0-2, Silk 7-5-19, Carpenter 3-6-10, Monteleone 0-1-1, Kushi 0-0-0, Devoti 1-0-2, Bleau 4-0-8, Mullen 3-0-6. Totals 19-10-48.

ST. MARYS (37)

Collins 5-4-16, Willenborg 0-6-6, Blanchard 1-0-2, Melson 0-0-0, Pepe 5-1-11, Nelson 1-0-2. Totals 12-11-37.

Mount Everett     8     11     12     17     —     48

St. Marys     6     4     10     17     —     37

3-point goals — SM: 2 (Collins 2). ME: 0.

Mount Greylock     9     15     15     15     6     —     60

3-point goals — MT 8 (Darian Tovani 4, Owensby 3, Davis). MG 5 (Foehl 3, Paris 2).

Lenox 79, Notre Dame 53

The Lenox boys improved to 3-9 with a strong performance over Notre Dame. No more information was available at press deadline.

Nordic Skiing

Greylock teams sweep

WOODFORD, Vt. — Mount Greylock's Brandi Gill and Northfield Mount Hermon's Adam Carlisle raced to wins at Prospect Mountain in a skate race.

Gill won in 22 minutes, 8 seconds to edge out Wahconah's Gabby Orlando by five seconds. Greylock's Jackie Wells, Mohawks Erika Looman and Greylock's Hazel Scullin rounded out the top 5 girls, respectively. The Greylock girls won the meet with 16 points, beating Lenox (39) and Wahconah (58) in the top 3.

Carlisle finished in 17:29, beating Greylock's Jakin Miller by eight seconds. Lenox's Herkus Rudzinskas, Greylock's Col McDermott and Hoosac Valley's Corben Craig rounded out the top 5, respectively. The Greylock boys won with 19 points, while Lenox was second (47) and Hoosac was third (67).

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Boys

Team scores — 1. Mount Greylock, 19; 2. Lenox, 41; 3. Hoosac Valley, 67; 4. Amherst, 85; 5. Wahconah, 96; 6. Berkshire School, 108; 7. Simsbury, 131.

Top 20 — 1. Carlisle (NMH), 17:29; 2. Miller (MG), 17:37; 3. Ruszinskas (L), 17:45; 4. McDermott (MG), 18:31; 5. Craig (HV), 19:44; 6. Savitsky (MG), 19:46; 7. Gerry (MG), 19:48; 8. Maruk (MG), 19:51; 9. Young (L), 20:03; 10. McDonnell (BS), 20:11; 11. Tucker-Smith (MG), 20:12; 12. Levesque (H), 20:26; 13. Miller (MG), 20:33; 14. Skavlem (MG), 20:41; 15. Swabey (MG), 20:42; 16. Cheung (MG), 20:50; 16. Rice-Lesure (M), 20:50; 18. Sandstrom (MG), 21:04; 19. Novitsky (L), 21:10; 20. Carotenuto (L), 21:13.

Girls

Team scores —1. Mount Greylock, 16; 2. Lenox, 39; 3. Wahconah, 58; 4. Mohawk, 61; 5. Hoosac Valley, 101; 6. Simsbury, 147.

Top 20 — 1. B. Gill (MG), 22;08; 2. Orlando (W), 22:13; 3. Wells (MG), 22:35; 4. Looman (M), 23:02; 5. Scullin (MG), 23:36; 6. Burns (L), 23:37; 7. L. Gill (MG), 23:38; 8. Elliot (L), 23:55; 9. Bakija (MG), 24:20; 10. Dupras (MG), 24:22; 11. Smith (MG), 24:34; 12. Viner (W), 24:36; 13. Sorrentino (L), 24:59; 14. Miller (MG), 25:12; 15. Huth (L), 25:13; 16. Keyser-Parker (NMH), 25:28; 17. McDermott (MG), 25:31; 18. Wisnauckas (M), 25:33; 19. Gale (H), 25:34; 20. Bachman (L), 25:50.

Wrestling

Monument goes 1-3 in Saturday duals

The Monument Mountain wrestling team went 1-3 in a quartet of Saturday duals, beating Everett 35-33 while falling to Wayland (48-16), Watertown, Conn. (51-22) and Milton (36-12).

Sam Cormier went 4-0 on the day for the Spartans, recording a pin, two majority decisions and a technical fall.

Ely Cormier went 2-1 in contested matches at 113 pounds. Caden O'Rourke went 2-2 on the day.

Mount Everett wrestles in Granby

GRANBY — The Eagles went 0-3 at the Granby Duals, falling to East Longmeadow 24-18, Pathfinder 42-18 and host Granby 42-9.

Zach Lupiani went 2-0 on the day with a pair of pins at 120 pounds.

Hockey

Chicopee 5, Mount Everett 0

CHICOPEE — The Eagles were blanked by the Pacers.

Trevor Seidel-Poirer had a hat trick in the win, while Kendell Walsh had two assists.

Jack Seward-Dailey stopped 39 shots in the loss.

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Everett     0     0     0     —     0

Chicopee     2     0     3     —     5

First Period

C — Trevor Seidel-Poirer (unassisted), N/A. C — Trent Lahair (Spencer Clark, Austin Scott), N/A.

Third Period

C — Seidel-Poirer (Kendell Walsh), N/A. C — Seidel-Poirer (UA), N/A. C — Clark (Walsh, Nolan Florence), N/A.

Saves — ME: Jack Seward-Dailey 39.

College Basketball

Williams men 75, Bates 69

LEWISTON, Maine — The No. 3 Ephs survived a scare in Maine, rallying from seven points down at halftime to improve to 15-0 on the year, and 4-0 in NESCAC. Bates falls to 4-12 and 1-3.

Bobby Casey went for 23 in the win. James Heskett had 14 and Kyle Scadlock finished with 15 points and nine rebounds. Williams also got some key scoring from sophomore forward Marc Taylor, who had 11 points in eight minutes.

The Ephs trailed 34-27 at halftime, but got a little momentum on Scadlock's second half-opening dunk. Then, with 15:35 left in the second half, Casey drained a 3-pointer to make it 41-38, and the Ephs never trailed again.

Williams was a little sloppy with the basketball, committing 15 turnovers. The host Bobcats scored 21 points off of turnovers to only 3 for Williams.

The Eph defense did a good job on the Bates starters, holding all five of them to a combined 35 points. But Tom Coyne came off the bench to score a game-high 24 points.

Worcester State men 86, MCLA 68

WORCESTER — Up a point at halftime, the Trailblazers fell apart in the second half.

Worcester State scored 50 in the second half to rally out of a 37-36 deficit.

Antonie Montgomery had 17 points for MCLA (4-11, 0-3 MASCAC), while Victor Stewart and Gerald Herbert each added nine.

Bridgewater State women 73, MCLA 45

NORTH ADAMS — L'Rae Brundige came off the bench to score 13 points in a loss for the Trailblazers (4-8, 0-2 MASCAC).

Starters Kylah Langston and Erika Ryan each added eight points.

College Hockey

Colby women 3, Williams 2

WILLIAMSTOWN — The Ephs scored the first two goals of the second period, but then gave up three in a four-minute span to fall to the Mules.

The Ephs are now 9-3-2 overall and 5-3-0 in NESCAC play.

Abby Brustad and Meghan Halloran scored the Williams goals. Annie Rush had a pair of assists. Chloe Heiting stopped 22 shots in the loss.

Williams swimming

NEW LONDON, Conn. — Ninety two is a big number. The Williams women have now won 92 consecutive Division III swim meets, beating Connecticut College 162-100. The Williams men helped complete a sweep, beating Conn. 155-100.

In the women's meet, Williams' Caroline White scored two wins, taking the 100-yard and 200-yard breaststroke.

One of the most contested events of the day was the 100 backstroke, when former Monument Mountain standout Maeve Wilber just touched out Veronica Wolff. Wilber's time was 1:00.30, and Wolff's time was 1:00.50.

For the men, Williams' Jamie Lovette doubled up with wins in the 100 and the 1,650 freestyle.

Friday's basketball scores

Mount Everett boys 48, St. Mary 37

WESTFIELD — The Mount Everett boys pick up their second win of the season on Friday.

The Eagles held St. Mary to just four second-quarter points to give the Eagles a 19-10 lead at half and never look back.

Pat Silk scored a game-high 19 points for Everett while Jack Carpenter and Kolby Bleau combined for another 18 points.

Brandy Collins scored a team-high 16 points for the Saints and Mike Pepe added another 11.

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MOUNT EVERETT (48)

Foster 0-0-0, Casivant 1-0-2, Silk 7-5-19, Carpenter 3-6-10, Monteleone 0-1-1, Kushi 0-0-0, Devoti 1-0-2, Bleau 4-0-8, Mullen 3-0-6. Totals 19-10-48.

ST. MARYS (37)

Collins 5-4-16, Willenborg 0-6-6, Blanchard 1-0-2, Melson 0-0-0, Pepe 5-1-11, Nelson 1-0-2. Totals 12-11-37.

Mount Everett     8     11     12     17     —     48

St. Marys     6     4     10     17     —     37

3-point goals — SM: 2 (Collins 2). ME: 0.

3-point goals — MT 8 (Darian Tovani 4, Owensby 3, Davis). MG 5 (Foehl 3, Paris 2).

Lenox 79, Notre Dame 53

The Lenox boys improved to 3-9 with a strong performance over Notre Dame. No more information was available at press deadline.

Nordic Skiing

Greylock teams sweep

WOODFORD, Vt. — Mount Greylock's Brandi Gill and Northfield Mount Hermon's Adam Carlisle raced to wins at Prospect Mountain in a skate race.

Gill won in 22 minutes, 8 seconds to edge out Wahconah's Gabby Orlando by five seconds. Greylock's Jackie Wells, Mohawks Erika Looman and Greylock's Hazel Scullin rounded out the top 5 girls, respectively. The Greylock girls won the meet with 16 points, beating Lenox (39) and Wahconah (58) in the top 3.

Carlisle finished in 17:29, beating Greylock's Jakin Miller by eight seconds. Lenox's Herkus Rudzinskas, Greylock's Col McDermott and Hoosac Valley's Corben Craig rounded out the top 5, respectively. The Greylock boys won with 19 points, while Lenox was second (47) and Hoosac was third (67).

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Boys

Team scores — 1. Mount Greylock, 19; 2. Lenox, 41; 3. Hoosac Valley, 67; 4. Amherst, 85; 5. Wahconah, 96; 6. Berkshire School, 108; 7. Simsbury, 131.

Top 20 — 1. Carlisle (NMH), 17:29; 2. Miller (MG), 17:37; 3. Ruszinskas (L), 17:45; 4. McDermott (MG), 18:31; 5. Craig (HV), 19:44; 6. Savitsky (MG), 19:46; 7. Gerry (MG), 19:48; 8. Maruk (MG), 19:51; 9. Young (L), 20:03; 10. McDonnell (BS), 20:11; 11. Tucker-Smith (MG), 20:12; 12. Levesque (H), 20:26; 13. Miller (MG), 20:33; 14. Skavlem (MG), 20:41; 15. Swabey (MG), 20:42; 16. Cheung (MG), 20:50; 16. Rice-Lesure (M), 20:50; 18. Sandstrom (MG), 21:04; 19. Novitsky (L), 21:10; 20. Carotenuto (L), 21:13.

Girls

Team scores —1. Mount Greylock, 16; 2. Lenox, 39; 3. Wahconah, 58; 4. Mohawk, 61; 5. Hoosac Valley, 101; 6. Simsbury, 147.

Top 20 — 1. B. Gill (MG), 22;08; 2. Orlando (W), 22:13; 3. Wells (MG), 22:35; 4. Looman (M), 23:02; 5. Scullin (MG), 23:36; 6. Burns (L), 23:37; 7. L. Gill (MG), 23:38; 8. Elliot (L), 23:55; 9. Bakija (MG), 24:20; 10. Dupras (MG), 24:22; 11. Smith (MG), 24:34; 12. Viner (W), 24:36; 13. Sorrentino (L), 24:59; 14. Miller (MG), 25:12; 15. Huth (L), 25:13; 16. Keyser-Parker (NMH), 25:28; 17. McDermott (MG), 25:31; 18. Wisnauckas (M), 25:33; 19. Gale (H), 25:34; 20. Bachman (L), 25:50.

Wrestling

Monument goes 1-3 in Saturday duals

The Monument Mountain wrestling team went 1-3 in a quartet of Saturday duals, beating Everett 35-33 while falling to Wayland (48-16), Watertown, Conn. (51-22) and Milton (36-12).

Sam Cormier went 4-0 on the day for the Spartans, recording a pin, two majority decisions and a technical fall.

Ely Cormier went 2-1 in contested matches at 113 pounds. Caden O'Rourke went 2-2 on the day.

Mount Everett wrestles in Granby

GRANBY — The Eagles went 0-3 at the Granby Duals, falling to East Longmeadow 24-18, Pathfinder 42-18 and host Granby 42-9.

Zach Lupiani went 2-0 on the day with a pair of pins at 120 pounds.

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Hockey

Chicopee 5, Mount Everett 0

CHICOPEE — The Eagles were blanked by the Pacers.

Trevor Seidel-Poirer had a hat trick in the win, while Kendell Walsh had two assists.

Jack Seward-Dailey stopped 39 shots in the loss.

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Everett     0     0     0     —     0

Chicopee     2     0     3     —     5

First Period

C — Trevor Seidel-Poirer (unassisted), N/A. C — Trent Lahair (Spencer Clark, Austin Scott), N/A.

Third Period

C — Seidel-Poirer (Kendell Walsh), N/A. C — Seidel-Poirer (UA), N/A. C — Clark (Walsh, Nolan Florence), N/A.

Saves — ME: Jack Seward-Dailey 39.

College Basketball

Williams men 75, Bates 69

LEWISTON, Maine — The No. 3 Ephs survived a scare in Maine, rallying from seven points down at halftime to improve to 15-0 on the year, and 4-0 in NESCAC. Bates falls to 4-12 and 1-3.

Bobby Casey went for 23 in the win. James Heskett had 14 and Kyle Scadlock finished with 15 points and nine rebounds. Williams also got some key scoring from sophomore forward Marc Taylor, who had 11 points in eight minutes.

The Ephs trailed 34-27 at halftime, but got a little momentum on Scadlock's second half-opening dunk. Then, with 15:35 left in the second half, Casey drained a 3-pointer to make it 41-38, and the Ephs never trailed again.

Williams was a little sloppy with the basketball, committing 15 turnovers. The host Bobcats scored 21 points off of turnovers to only 3 for Williams.

The Eph defense did a good job on the Bates starters, holding all five of them to a combined 35 points. But Tom Coyne came off the bench to score a game-high 24 points.

Worcester State men 86, MCLA 68

WORCESTER — Up a point at halftime, the Trailblazers fell apart in the second half.

Worcester State scored 50 in the second half to rally out of a 37-36 deficit.

Antonie Montgomery had 17 points for MCLA (4-11, 0-3 MASCAC), while Victor Stewart and Gerald Herbert each added nine.

Bridgewater State women 73, MCLA 45

NORTH ADAMS — L'Rae Brundige came off the bench to score 13 points in a loss for the Trailblazers (4-8, 0-2 MASCAC).

Starters Kylah Langston and Erika Ryan each added eight points.

College Hockey

Colby women 3, Williams 2

WILLIAMSTOWN — The Ephs scored the first two goals of the second period, but then gave up three in a four-minute span to fall to the Mules.

The Ephs are now 9-3-2 overall and 5-3-0 in NESCAC play.

Abby Brustad and Meghan Halloran scored the Williams goals. Annie Rush had a pair of assists. Chloe Heiting stopped 22 shots in the loss.

Williams swimming

NEW LONDON, Conn. — Ninety two is a big number. The Williams women have now won 92 consecutive Division III swim meets, beating Connecticut College 162-100. The Williams men helped complete a sweep, beating Conn. 155-100.

In the women's meet, Williams' Caroline White scored two wins, taking the 100-yard and 200-yard breaststroke.

One of the most contested events of the day was the 100 backstroke, when former Monument Mountain standout Maeve Wilber just touched out Veronica Wolff. Wilber's time was 1:00.30, and Wolff's time was 1:00.50.

For the men, Williams' Jamie Lovette doubled up with wins in the 100 and the 1,650 freestyle.

Friday's basketball scores

Mount Everett boys 48, St. Mary 37

WESTFIELD — The Mount Everett boys pick up their second win of the season on Friday.

The Eagles held St. Mary to just four second-quarter points to give the Eagles a 19-10 lead at half and never look back.

Pat Silk scored a game-high 19 points for Everett while Jack Carpenter and Kolby Bleau combined for another 18 points.

Brandy Collins scored a team-high 16 points for the Saints and Mike Pepe added another 11.

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MOUNT EVERETT (48)

Foster 0-0-0, Casivant 1-0-2, Silk 7-5-19, Carpenter 3-6-10, Monteleone 0-1-1, Kushi 0-0-0, Devoti 1-0-2, Bleau 4-0-8, Mullen 3-0-6. Totals 19-10-48.

ST. MARYS (37)

Collins 5-4-16, Willenborg 0-6-6, Blanchard 1-0-2, Melson 0-0-0, Pepe 5-1-11, Nelson 1-0-2. Totals 12-11-37.

Mount Everett     8     11     12     17     —     48

St. Marys     6     4     10     17     —     37

3-point goals — SM: 2 (Collins 2). ME: 0.

Chicopee     2     0     3     —     5

First Period

C — Trevor Seidel-Poirer (unassisted), N/A. C — Trent Lahair (Spencer Clark, Austin Scott), N/A.

Third Period

C — Seidel-Poirer (Kendell Walsh), N/A. C — Seidel-Poirer (UA), N/A. C — Clark (Walsh, Nolan Florence), N/A.

Saves — ME: Jack Seward-Dailey 39.

College Basketball

Williams men 75, Bates 69

LEWISTON, Maine — The No. 3 Ephs survived a scare in Maine, rallying from seven points down at halftime to improve to 15-0 on the year, and 4-0 in NESCAC. Bates falls to 4-12 and 1-3.

Bobby Casey went for 23 in the win. James Heskett had 14 and Kyle Scadlock finished with 15 points and nine rebounds. Williams also got some key scoring from sophomore forward Marc Taylor, who had 11 points in eight minutes.

The Ephs trailed 34-27 at halftime, but got a little momentum on Scadlock's second half-opening dunk. Then, with 15:35 left in the second half, Casey drained a 3-pointer to make it 41-38, and the Ephs never trailed again.

Williams was a little sloppy with the basketball, committing 15 turnovers. The host Bobcats scored 21 points off of turnovers to only 3 for Williams.

The Eph defense did a good job on the Bates starters, holding all five of them to a combined 35 points. But Tom Coyne came off the bench to score a game-high 24 points.

Worcester State men 86, MCLA 68

WORCESTER — Up a point at halftime, the Trailblazers fell apart in the second half.

Worcester State scored 50 in the second half to rally out of a 37-36 deficit.

Antonie Montgomery had 17 points for MCLA (4-11, 0-3 MASCAC), while Victor Stewart and Gerald Herbert each added nine.

Bridgewater State women 73, MCLA 45

NORTH ADAMS — L'Rae Brundige came off the bench to score 13 points in a loss for the Trailblazers (4-8, 0-2 MASCAC).

Starters Kylah Langston and Erika Ryan each added eight points.

College Hockey

Colby women 3, Williams 2

WILLIAMSTOWN — The Ephs scored the first two goals of the second period, but then gave up three in a four-minute span to fall to the Mules.

The Ephs are now 9-3-2 overall and 5-3-0 in NESCAC play.

Abby Brustad and Meghan Halloran scored the Williams goals. Annie Rush had a pair of assists. Chloe Heiting stopped 22 shots in the loss.

Williams swimming

NEW LONDON, Conn. — Ninety two is a big number. The Williams women have now won 92 consecutive Division III swim meets, beating Connecticut College 162-100. The Williams men helped complete a sweep, beating Conn. 155-100.

In the women's meet, Williams' Caroline White scored two wins, taking the 100-yard and 200-yard breaststroke.

One of the most contested events of the day was the 100 backstroke, when former Monument Mountain standout Maeve Wilber just touched out Veronica Wolff. Wilber's time was 1:00.30, and Wolff's time was 1:00.50.

For the men, Williams' Jamie Lovette doubled up with wins in the 100 and the 1,650 freestyle.

Friday's basketball scores

Mount Everett boys 48, St. Mary 37

WESTFIELD — The Mount Everett boys pick up their second win of the season on Friday.

The Eagles held St. Mary to just four second-quarter points to give the Eagles a 19-10 lead at half and never look back.

Pat Silk scored a game-high 19 points for Everett while Jack Carpenter and Kolby Bleau combined for another 18 points.

Brandy Collins scored a team-high 16 points for the Saints and Mike Pepe added another 11.

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MOUNT EVERETT (48)

Foster 0-0-0, Casivant 1-0-2, Silk 7-5-19, Carpenter 3-6-10, Monteleone 0-1-1, Kushi 0-0-0, Devoti 1-0-2, Bleau 4-0-8, Mullen 3-0-6. Totals 19-10-48.

ST. MARYS (37)

Collins 5-4-16, Willenborg 0-6-6, Blanchard 1-0-2, Melson 0-0-0, Pepe 5-1-11, Nelson 1-0-2. Totals 12-11-37.

Mount Everett     8     11     12     17     —     48

St. Marys     6     4     10     17     —     37

3-point goals — SM: 2 (Collins 2). ME: 0.

First Period

C — Trevor Seidel-Poirer (unassisted), N/A. C — Trent Lahair (Spencer Clark, Austin Scott), N/A.

Third Period

C — Seidel-Poirer (Kendell Walsh), N/A. C — Seidel-Poirer (UA), N/A. C — Clark (Walsh, Nolan Florence), N/A.

Saves — ME: Jack Seward-Dailey 39.

College Basketball

Williams men 75, Bates 69

LEWISTON, Maine — The No. 3 Ephs survived a scare in Maine, rallying from seven points down at halftime to improve to 15-0 on the year, and 4-0 in NESCAC. Bates falls to 4-12 and 1-3.

Bobby Casey went for 23 in the win. James Heskett had 14 and Kyle Scadlock finished with 15 points and nine rebounds. Williams also got some key scoring from sophomore forward Marc Taylor, who had 11 points in eight minutes.

The Ephs trailed 34-27 at halftime, but got a little momentum on Scadlock's second half-opening dunk. Then, with 15:35 left in the second half, Casey drained a 3-pointer to make it 41-38, and the Ephs never trailed again.

Williams was a little sloppy with the basketball, committing 15 turnovers. The host Bobcats scored 21 points off of turnovers to only 3 for Williams.

The Eph defense did a good job on the Bates starters, holding all five of them to a combined 35 points. But Tom Coyne came off the bench to score a game-high 24 points.

Worcester State men 86, MCLA 68

WORCESTER — Up a point at halftime, the Trailblazers fell apart in the second half.

Worcester State scored 50 in the second half to rally out of a 37-36 deficit.

Antonie Montgomery had 17 points for MCLA (4-11, 0-3 MASCAC), while Victor Stewart and Gerald Herbert each added nine.

Bridgewater State women 73, MCLA 45

NORTH ADAMS — L'Rae Brundige came off the bench to score 13 points in a loss for the Trailblazers (4-8, 0-2 MASCAC).

Starters Kylah Langston and Erika Ryan each added eight points.

College Hockey

Colby women 3, Williams 2

WILLIAMSTOWN — The Ephs scored the first two goals of the second period, but then gave up three in a four-minute span to fall to the Mules.

The Ephs are now 9-3-2 overall and 5-3-0 in NESCAC play.

Abby Brustad and Meghan Halloran scored the Williams goals. Annie Rush had a pair of assists. Chloe Heiting stopped 22 shots in the loss.

Williams swimming

NEW LONDON, Conn. — Ninety two is a big number. The Williams women have now won 92 consecutive Division III swim meets, beating Connecticut College 162-100. The Williams men helped complete a sweep, beating Conn. 155-100.

In the women's meet, Williams' Caroline White scored two wins, taking the 100-yard and 200-yard breaststroke.

One of the most contested events of the day was the 100 backstroke, when former Monument Mountain standout Maeve Wilber just touched out Veronica Wolff. Wilber's time was 1:00.30, and Wolff's time was 1:00.50.

For the men, Williams' Jamie Lovette doubled up with wins in the 100 and the 1,650 freestyle.

Friday's basketball scores

Mount Everett boys 48, St. Mary 37

WESTFIELD — The Mount Everett boys pick up their second win of the season on Friday.

The Eagles held St. Mary to just four second-quarter points to give the Eagles a 19-10 lead at half and never look back.

Pat Silk scored a game-high 19 points for Everett while Jack Carpenter and Kolby Bleau combined for another 18 points.

Brandy Collins scored a team-high 16 points for the Saints and Mike Pepe added another 11.

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MOUNT EVERETT (48)

Foster 0-0-0, Casivant 1-0-2, Silk 7-5-19, Carpenter 3-6-10, Monteleone 0-1-1, Kushi 0-0-0, Devoti 1-0-2, Bleau 4-0-8, Mullen 3-0-6. Totals 19-10-48.

ST. MARYS (37)

Collins 5-4-16, Willenborg 0-6-6, Blanchard 1-0-2, Melson 0-0-0, Pepe 5-1-11, Nelson 1-0-2. Totals 12-11-37.

Mount Everett     8     11     12     17     —     48

St. Marys     6     4     10     17     —     37

3-point goals — SM: 2 (Collins 2). ME: 0.

St. Marys     6     4     10     17     —     37

3-point goals — SM: 2 (Collins 2). ME: 0.

3-point goals — SM: 2 (Collins 2). ME: 0.


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