Roundup: McCann Tech, Taconic girls, Lenox boys basketball all defend home court

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NORTH ADAMS — McCann Tech kept right on rolling through the Franklin West Division on Tuesday night at home.

The Hornets smothered Easthampton, 42-29, holding the Eagles to single digits in all four quarters.

"Tonight was a great league game. Everyone contributed on the floor tonight," coach Kathy Budaj wrote in an email. "A huge shout out to Kaeli Dean for being all over the court with her relentless defense."

Dean didn't score, but made an impact on the other end. The scoring was taken care of by Izzy LaCasse and the Tatros. LaCasse chipped in 14 points, while Macey Tatro poured in a game-high 18, many of which came off the playmaking of Kaylee Tatro.

McCann Tech wins it's fourth straight and moves to 9-8 overall and 5-1 in the Franklin West.

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EASTHAMPTON (29)

Downer 3-0-6, Morse 3-2-8, Belfaka 3-1-7, Edemas 3-0-6, Wolcott 1-0-2. Totals 13-3-29.

MCCANN TECH (42)

Clark 1-0-2, Lesure 0-0-0, LaCasse 6-2-14, Dean 0-0-0, M. Tatro 8-2-18, Hayer 1-0-2, Glasier 0-0-0, Shortliff 0-0-0, K. Tatro 3-0-6, Vincent 0-0-0. Totals 19-4-42.

Easthampton     8     6     8     7     —     29

McCann     17     9     6     10     —     42

3-point goals — E 0; MT 0.

Drury 45, Monument Mountain 33

GREAT BARRINGTON — The Spartans hung on for a stretch at home, but fell behind in the middle quarters and couldn't catch back up to Drury.

The game was knotted at 11 after one quarter, but the Blue Devils (5-11) defense held the Spartans (2-13) to just six points over the next 16 minutes.

Maya Cooney scored eight of her 14 points in the fourth quarter while Monument staged its comeback, but the team had to keep fouling and sending Alison Felix to the line.

That turned out to be a mistake, as the Drury senior hit on 11 of 13 from the stripe, padding her game-high 24 points. Felix was 5 of 6 on foul shots in the fourth quarter. The 24 points were a season-high for Felix.

Lenah Helmke added 10 points for the Spartans.

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DRURY (45)

McGrath 3-1-8, Felix 5-11-24, Burdick 1-2-4, Cellana 1-0-2, Russell 0-2-2, Ross 0-0-0, Zoito 1-3-5, Booth 0-0-0. Totals 11-19-45.

MONUMENT MOUNTAIN (33)

Dechei 0-0-0, Saporito 1-1-3, Louw 0-0-0, Dohoney 0-0-0, A. Wade 1-0-2, Helmke 5-0-10, Cooney 6-2-14, Velasco 1-0-2, M. Wade 0-0-0, Hull 1-0-2. Totals 15-3-33.

Drury     11     6     14     14     —     45

Monument     11     2     4     16     —     33

3-point goals — D 4 (Felix 3, McGrath); MM 0.

Taconic 56, East Longmeadow 48

PITTSFIELD — The Braves bounced back from a slow third quarter to hold off the Spartans at home on Tuesday.

Taconic scored 16, fourth-quarter points, including an 8 of 9 performance from the foul line to hold off East Longmeadow.

Ahliya Phillips had her offense going throughout, netting at least three points in each quarter to total a game-high 20. She also knocked down three 3-point shots.

Taea Bramer added 14 and Ciany Conyers and Tamia Patrick had 9 a piece, as that threesome was a combined 12 of 12 from the stripe. In the game, Taconic as a whole was 15 of 18.

Bramer added 10 rebounds, while Conyers had seven steals and Patrick three assists for the Braves (13-1).

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EAST LONGMEADOW (48)

Weiss 2-0-4, Dieni 6-2-15, Coolidge 4-2-11, Mazza 7-0-14, Liquori 0-1-1, Langone 1-1-3. Totals 20-6-48.

TACONIC (56)

Buda 1-0-2, Conyers 2-5-9, Bramer 4-5-14, Phillips 7-3-20, Patrick 3-2-9, Balcom 0-0-0, Cross 1-0-2. Totals 18-15-56.

E. Longmeadow     13     11     10     14     —     48

Taconic     19     13     8     16     —     56

3-point goals — EL 2 (Coolidge, Dieni); T 5 (Phillips 3, Patrick, Bramer).

Boys Basketball

Lenox 62, Mount Everett 27

LENOX — The Millionaires started smoldering and only got hotter when Averin Paradise stepped off the bench.

Lenox's sixth man lit up visiting Mount Everett for 22 points, and he made the Eagles pay from all over the floor.

"He played well in the post, and when they got to him there, he was able to step out and knock down some shots," said Lenox coach Brian Cogswell, as Paradise also put down a pair of 3-pointers.

Cogswell said the Millionaires (11-6, 5-2 Berkshire South) played well in transition, and that keyed from young point guard Michael Ward, who had 15 points. Lenox also came away with 15 steals in the game.

Mount Everett (3-15, 0-6) was led by Jack Carpenter and Cooper Rothvoss with six points each.

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MOUNT EVERETT (27)

Foster 1-0-2, Rodrigo-Sierra 1-0-3, Carpenter 3-0-6, Monteleone 1-1-3, Henderson 2-0-4, Mullen 0-1-1, Rothvoss 3-0-6, Ullrich 1-0-2, Devoti 0-0-0, Zucco 0-0-0, Bleau 0-0-0. Totals 12-2-27.

LENOX (62)

Ward 7-1-15, Collins 3-1-8, Patella 1-1-4, Steinman 2-2-7, Nicotra 2-0-4, Paradise 8-4-22, Laughner 1-0-2, Armstrong 0-0-0, Blake 0-0-0, Thompson 0-0-0. Totals 29-9-62.

Everett     6     9     7     5     —     27

Lenox     19     15     15     13     —     62

3-point goals ME 1 (Rodrigo-Sierra); LX 5 (Paradise 2, Steinman, Patella, Collins).

Pittsfield 57, Sabis 52

SPRINGFIELD — With its season on the line, Pittsfield High's starting five went to work on the road and scored all 57 points in the Generals' win over Sabis.

LaQuan brown stayed red hot from long range, knocking in another five, 3-point shots to lead the way with 18 points, while fellow seniors Kymani Harley and Craig Jackson had 12 points each and junior point guard Sincere Moorer added 11.

The Generals (7-10) need to win out to make the postseason, and took their first step toward doing so in taking out the Bulldogs to start their week. Next up is another road trip to Longmeadow tonight.

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PITTSFIELD (57)

Jackson 4-4-12, Moorer 4-2-11, Pringle 0-0-0, Brown 6-1-18, Wheeler 0-0-0, Harley 5-2-12, K. Jackson 2-0-4, Binns 0-0-0. Totals 21-9-57.

SABIS (52)

Herd 4-0-8, Campbell 2-0-5, Wheeler 4-1-11, Hodge 5-7-19, Williams 3-0-6, Borges 1-0-2. Totals 14-8-52.

Pittsfield     15     11     15     16     —     57

Sabis     11     14     3     24     —     52

3-point goals — P 6 (Brown 5, Moorer); S 5 (Hodge 2, Wheeler 2, Campbell).

Alpine Skiing

Giant Slalom Week 5

PITTSFIELD — Andrew King kept his shot at a perfect season alive with a win in Week 5 of the Berkshire County Alpine season, a giant slalom race Tuesday night at Bousquet.

King paced the boys field in 45.20 seconds, besting Keegan Leach of Monument Mountain in second place in 47.68.

Lenox scored the next two finishers, Rocco Piretti and Max DiGrigoli, which catapulted the Millionaires to a team win with a 199.55 total. Wahconah, with Dominic Scalise, Mitchell Scalise and Alex Sternerup in the top 10, was second. Monument's Andrew Churchill rounded out the top five.

On the girls side, Helena Jankovic and the Millionaires stayed hot. Jankovic won the race in 47.52, followed closely by teammates Madison DiGrigoli (49.37) and Taylor Knight (49.40) as the only three skiers under 50 seconds. Lenox finished with five skiers in the top 10, including Molly Knight in fifth.

Monument Mountain had four skiers in the top 10, led by Paige Lussier in fourth. Pittsfield's Lena Ungewitter was eighth overall.

The Alpine regular season wraps up tonight back at Bousquet with another giant slalom race on Senior Night.

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Girls Race

Team Results — 1. Lenox 197.17; 2. Monument Mountain 212.45; 3. Pittsfield 235.64; 4. Taconic 259.72; 5. Wahconah 2091.73.

Top 15 — 1. Helena Jankovic (L) 47.52; 2. Madison DiGrigoli (L) 49.37; 3. Taylor Knight 49.40; 4. Paige Lussier (MM) 50.82; 5. Molly Knight (L) 50.88; 6. Olivia Ruggiero (MM) 52.96; 7. Emma Soule (MM) 53.93; 8. Lena Ungewitter (P) 54.09; 9. Amy Alderton (L) 54.34; 10. Simone Long (MM) 54.74; 11. Abbey Boyd (MM) 55.13; 12. Cecelia Dunham (W) 55.44; 13. Kelly Anderson (W) 56.30; 14. Alice Pajeski (MM) 56.82; 15. Reagan Miller (T) 58.85.

Boys Race

Team Results — 1. Lenox 199.55; 2. Wahconah 203.17; 3. Taconic 204.70; 4. Monument Mountain 214.46; 5. Pittsfield 220.50.

Top 15 — 1. Andrew King (T) 45.20; 2. Keegan Leach (MM) 47.68; 3. Rocco Piretti (L) 48.80; 4. Max DiGrigoli (L) 48.83; 5. Andrew Churchill (MM) 49.12; 6. Dominic Scalise (W) 50.21; 7. Brenden Scott (T) 50.00; 8. Mitchell Scalise (W) 50.21; 9. Alex Sternerup (W) 50.33; 10. Isaac Tabakin (L) 50.42; 11. Owen Gutzmer (P) 50.47; 12. Alex Delvecchio (L) 51.50; 13. Zachary Suffish (L) 52.08; 14. Shamus Gaherty (T) 53.10; 15. Vincent Scalise (W) 53.17.

McCann     17     9     6     10     —     42

3-point goals — E 0; MT 0.

Drury 45, Monument Mountain 33

GREAT BARRINGTON — The Spartans hung on for a stretch at home, but fell behind in the middle quarters and couldn't catch back up to Drury.

The game was knotted at 11 after one quarter, but the Blue Devils (5-11) defense held the Spartans (2-13) to just six points over the next 16 minutes.

Maya Cooney scored eight of her 14 points in the fourth quarter while Monument staged its comeback, but the team had to keep fouling and sending Alison Felix to the line.

That turned out to be a mistake, as the Drury senior hit on 11 of 13 from the stripe, padding her game-high 24 points. Felix was 5 of 6 on foul shots in the fourth quarter. The 24 points were a season-high for Felix.

Lenah Helmke added 10 points for the Spartans.

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DRURY (45)

McGrath 3-1-8, Felix 5-11-24, Burdick 1-2-4, Cellana 1-0-2, Russell 0-2-2, Ross 0-0-0, Zoito 1-3-5, Booth 0-0-0. Totals 11-19-45.

MONUMENT MOUNTAIN (33)

Dechei 0-0-0, Saporito 1-1-3, Louw 0-0-0, Dohoney 0-0-0, A. Wade 1-0-2, Helmke 5-0-10, Cooney 6-2-14, Velasco 1-0-2, M. Wade 0-0-0, Hull 1-0-2. Totals 15-3-33.

Drury     11     6     14     14     —     45

Monument     11     2     4     16     —     33

3-point goals — D 4 (Felix 3, McGrath); MM 0.

Taconic 56, East Longmeadow 48

PITTSFIELD — The Braves bounced back from a slow third quarter to hold off the Spartans at home on Tuesday.

Taconic scored 16, fourth-quarter points, including an 8 of 9 performance from the foul line to hold off East Longmeadow.

Ahliya Phillips had her offense going throughout, netting at least three points in each quarter to total a game-high 20. She also knocked down three 3-point shots.

Taea Bramer added 14 and Ciany Conyers and Tamia Patrick had 9 a piece, as that threesome was a combined 12 of 12 from the stripe. In the game, Taconic as a whole was 15 of 18.

Bramer added 10 rebounds, while Conyers had seven steals and Patrick three assists for the Braves (13-1).

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EAST LONGMEADOW (48)

Weiss 2-0-4, Dieni 6-2-15, Coolidge 4-2-11, Mazza 7-0-14, Liquori 0-1-1, Langone 1-1-3. Totals 20-6-48.

TACONIC (56)

Buda 1-0-2, Conyers 2-5-9, Bramer 4-5-14, Phillips 7-3-20, Patrick 3-2-9, Balcom 0-0-0, Cross 1-0-2. Totals 18-15-56.

E. Longmeadow     13     11     10     14     —     48

Taconic     19     13     8     16     —     56

3-point goals — EL 2 (Coolidge, Dieni); T 5 (Phillips 3, Patrick, Bramer).

Boys Basketball

Lenox 62, Mount Everett 27

LENOX — The Millionaires started smoldering and only got hotter when Averin Paradise stepped off the bench.

Lenox's sixth man lit up visiting Mount Everett for 22 points, and he made the Eagles pay from all over the floor.

"He played well in the post, and when they got to him there, he was able to step out and knock down some shots," said Lenox coach Brian Cogswell, as Paradise also put down a pair of 3-pointers.

Cogswell said the Millionaires (11-6, 5-2 Berkshire South) played well in transition, and that keyed from young point guard Michael Ward, who had 15 points. Lenox also came away with 15 steals in the game.

Mount Everett (3-15, 0-6) was led by Jack Carpenter and Cooper Rothvoss with six points each.

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MOUNT EVERETT (27)

Foster 1-0-2, Rodrigo-Sierra 1-0-3, Carpenter 3-0-6, Monteleone 1-1-3, Henderson 2-0-4, Mullen 0-1-1, Rothvoss 3-0-6, Ullrich 1-0-2, Devoti 0-0-0, Zucco 0-0-0, Bleau 0-0-0. Totals 12-2-27.

LENOX (62)

Ward 7-1-15, Collins 3-1-8, Patella 1-1-4, Steinman 2-2-7, Nicotra 2-0-4, Paradise 8-4-22, Laughner 1-0-2, Armstrong 0-0-0, Blake 0-0-0, Thompson 0-0-0. Totals 29-9-62.

Everett     6     9     7     5     —     27

Lenox     19     15     15     13     —     62

3-point goals ME 1 (Rodrigo-Sierra); LX 5 (Paradise 2, Steinman, Patella, Collins).

Pittsfield 57, Sabis 52

SPRINGFIELD — With its season on the line, Pittsfield High's starting five went to work on the road and scored all 57 points in the Generals' win over Sabis.

LaQuan brown stayed red hot from long range, knocking in another five, 3-point shots to lead the way with 18 points, while fellow seniors Kymani Harley and Craig Jackson had 12 points each and junior point guard Sincere Moorer added 11.

The Generals (7-10) need to win out to make the postseason, and took their first step toward doing so in taking out the Bulldogs to start their week. Next up is another road trip to Longmeadow tonight.

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PITTSFIELD (57)

Jackson 4-4-12, Moorer 4-2-11, Pringle 0-0-0, Brown 6-1-18, Wheeler 0-0-0, Harley 5-2-12, K. Jackson 2-0-4, Binns 0-0-0. Totals 21-9-57.

SABIS (52)

Herd 4-0-8, Campbell 2-0-5, Wheeler 4-1-11, Hodge 5-7-19, Williams 3-0-6, Borges 1-0-2. Totals 14-8-52.

Pittsfield     15     11     15     16     —     57

Sabis     11     14     3     24     —     52

3-point goals — P 6 (Brown 5, Moorer); S 5 (Hodge 2, Wheeler 2, Campbell).

Alpine Skiing

Giant Slalom Week 5

PITTSFIELD — Andrew King kept his shot at a perfect season alive with a win in Week 5 of the Berkshire County Alpine season, a giant slalom race Tuesday night at Bousquet.

King paced the boys field in 45.20 seconds, besting Keegan Leach of Monument Mountain in second place in 47.68.

Lenox scored the next two finishers, Rocco Piretti and Max DiGrigoli, which catapulted the Millionaires to a team win with a 199.55 total. Wahconah, with Dominic Scalise, Mitchell Scalise and Alex Sternerup in the top 10, was second. Monument's Andrew Churchill rounded out the top five.

On the girls side, Helena Jankovic and the Millionaires stayed hot. Jankovic won the race in 47.52, followed closely by teammates Madison DiGrigoli (49.37) and Taylor Knight (49.40) as the only three skiers under 50 seconds. Lenox finished with five skiers in the top 10, including Molly Knight in fifth.

Monument Mountain had four skiers in the top 10, led by Paige Lussier in fourth. Pittsfield's Lena Ungewitter was eighth overall.

The Alpine regular season wraps up tonight back at Bousquet with another giant slalom race on Senior Night.

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Girls Race

Team Results — 1. Lenox 197.17; 2. Monument Mountain 212.45; 3. Pittsfield 235.64; 4. Taconic 259.72; 5. Wahconah 2091.73.

Top 15 — 1. Helena Jankovic (L) 47.52; 2. Madison DiGrigoli (L) 49.37; 3. Taylor Knight 49.40; 4. Paige Lussier (MM) 50.82; 5. Molly Knight (L) 50.88; 6. Olivia Ruggiero (MM) 52.96; 7. Emma Soule (MM) 53.93; 8. Lena Ungewitter (P) 54.09; 9. Amy Alderton (L) 54.34; 10. Simone Long (MM) 54.74; 11. Abbey Boyd (MM) 55.13; 12. Cecelia Dunham (W) 55.44; 13. Kelly Anderson (W) 56.30; 14. Alice Pajeski (MM) 56.82; 15. Reagan Miller (T) 58.85.

Boys Race

Team Results — 1. Lenox 199.55; 2. Wahconah 203.17; 3. Taconic 204.70; 4. Monument Mountain 214.46; 5. Pittsfield 220.50.

Top 15 — 1. Andrew King (T) 45.20; 2. Keegan Leach (MM) 47.68; 3. Rocco Piretti (L) 48.80; 4. Max DiGrigoli (L) 48.83; 5. Andrew Churchill (MM) 49.12; 6. Dominic Scalise (W) 50.21; 7. Brenden Scott (T) 50.00; 8. Mitchell Scalise (W) 50.21; 9. Alex Sternerup (W) 50.33; 10. Isaac Tabakin (L) 50.42; 11. Owen Gutzmer (P) 50.47; 12. Alex Delvecchio (L) 51.50; 13. Zachary Suffish (L) 52.08; 14. Shamus Gaherty (T) 53.10; 15. Vincent Scalise (W) 53.17.

3-point goals — E 0; MT 0.

Drury 45, Monument Mountain 33

GREAT BARRINGTON — The Spartans hung on for a stretch at home, but fell behind in the middle quarters and couldn't catch back up to Drury.

The game was knotted at 11 after one quarter, but the Blue Devils (5-11) defense held the Spartans (2-13) to just six points over the next 16 minutes.

Maya Cooney scored eight of her 14 points in the fourth quarter while Monument staged its comeback, but the team had to keep fouling and sending Alison Felix to the line.

That turned out to be a mistake, as the Drury senior hit on 11 of 13 from the stripe, padding her game-high 24 points. Felix was 5 of 6 on foul shots in the fourth quarter. The 24 points were a season-high for Felix.

Lenah Helmke added 10 points for the Spartans.

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DRURY (45)

McGrath 3-1-8, Felix 5-11-24, Burdick 1-2-4, Cellana 1-0-2, Russell 0-2-2, Ross 0-0-0, Zoito 1-3-5, Booth 0-0-0. Totals 11-19-45.

MONUMENT MOUNTAIN (33)

Dechei 0-0-0, Saporito 1-1-3, Louw 0-0-0, Dohoney 0-0-0, A. Wade 1-0-2, Helmke 5-0-10, Cooney 6-2-14, Velasco 1-0-2, M. Wade 0-0-0, Hull 1-0-2. Totals 15-3-33.

Drury     11     6     14     14     —     45

Monument     11     2     4     16     —     33

3-point goals — D 4 (Felix 3, McGrath); MM 0.

Taconic 56, East Longmeadow 48

PITTSFIELD — The Braves bounced back from a slow third quarter to hold off the Spartans at home on Tuesday.

Taconic scored 16, fourth-quarter points, including an 8 of 9 performance from the foul line to hold off East Longmeadow.

Ahliya Phillips had her offense going throughout, netting at least three points in each quarter to total a game-high 20. She also knocked down three 3-point shots.

Taea Bramer added 14 and Ciany Conyers and Tamia Patrick had 9 a piece, as that threesome was a combined 12 of 12 from the stripe. In the game, Taconic as a whole was 15 of 18.

Bramer added 10 rebounds, while Conyers had seven steals and Patrick three assists for the Braves (13-1).

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EAST LONGMEADOW (48)

Weiss 2-0-4, Dieni 6-2-15, Coolidge 4-2-11, Mazza 7-0-14, Liquori 0-1-1, Langone 1-1-3. Totals 20-6-48.

TACONIC (56)

Buda 1-0-2, Conyers 2-5-9, Bramer 4-5-14, Phillips 7-3-20, Patrick 3-2-9, Balcom 0-0-0, Cross 1-0-2. Totals 18-15-56.

E. Longmeadow     13     11     10     14     —     48

Taconic     19     13     8     16     —     56

3-point goals — EL 2 (Coolidge, Dieni); T 5 (Phillips 3, Patrick, Bramer).

Boys Basketball

Lenox 62, Mount Everett 27

LENOX — The Millionaires started smoldering and only got hotter when Averin Paradise stepped off the bench.

Lenox's sixth man lit up visiting Mount Everett for 22 points, and he made the Eagles pay from all over the floor.

"He played well in the post, and when they got to him there, he was able to step out and knock down some shots," said Lenox coach Brian Cogswell, as Paradise also put down a pair of 3-pointers.

Cogswell said the Millionaires (11-6, 5-2 Berkshire South) played well in transition, and that keyed from young point guard Michael Ward, who had 15 points. Lenox also came away with 15 steals in the game.

Mount Everett (3-15, 0-6) was led by Jack Carpenter and Cooper Rothvoss with six points each.

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MOUNT EVERETT (27)

Foster 1-0-2, Rodrigo-Sierra 1-0-3, Carpenter 3-0-6, Monteleone 1-1-3, Henderson 2-0-4, Mullen 0-1-1, Rothvoss 3-0-6, Ullrich 1-0-2, Devoti 0-0-0, Zucco 0-0-0, Bleau 0-0-0. Totals 12-2-27.

LENOX (62)

Ward 7-1-15, Collins 3-1-8, Patella 1-1-4, Steinman 2-2-7, Nicotra 2-0-4, Paradise 8-4-22, Laughner 1-0-2, Armstrong 0-0-0, Blake 0-0-0, Thompson 0-0-0. Totals 29-9-62.

Everett     6     9     7     5     —     27

Lenox     19     15     15     13     —     62

3-point goals ME 1 (Rodrigo-Sierra); LX 5 (Paradise 2, Steinman, Patella, Collins).

Pittsfield 57, Sabis 52

SPRINGFIELD — With its season on the line, Pittsfield High's starting five went to work on the road and scored all 57 points in the Generals' win over Sabis.

LaQuan brown stayed red hot from long range, knocking in another five, 3-point shots to lead the way with 18 points, while fellow seniors Kymani Harley and Craig Jackson had 12 points each and junior point guard Sincere Moorer added 11.

The Generals (7-10) need to win out to make the postseason, and took their first step toward doing so in taking out the Bulldogs to start their week. Next up is another road trip to Longmeadow tonight.

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PITTSFIELD (57)

Jackson 4-4-12, Moorer 4-2-11, Pringle 0-0-0, Brown 6-1-18, Wheeler 0-0-0, Harley 5-2-12, K. Jackson 2-0-4, Binns 0-0-0. Totals 21-9-57.

SABIS (52)

Herd 4-0-8, Campbell 2-0-5, Wheeler 4-1-11, Hodge 5-7-19, Williams 3-0-6, Borges 1-0-2. Totals 14-8-52.

Pittsfield     15     11     15     16     —     57

Sabis     11     14     3     24     —     52

3-point goals — P 6 (Brown 5, Moorer); S 5 (Hodge 2, Wheeler 2, Campbell).

Alpine Skiing

Giant Slalom Week 5

PITTSFIELD — Andrew King kept his shot at a perfect season alive with a win in Week 5 of the Berkshire County Alpine season, a giant slalom race Tuesday night at Bousquet.

King paced the boys field in 45.20 seconds, besting Keegan Leach of Monument Mountain in second place in 47.68.

Lenox scored the next two finishers, Rocco Piretti and Max DiGrigoli, which catapulted the Millionaires to a team win with a 199.55 total. Wahconah, with Dominic Scalise, Mitchell Scalise and Alex Sternerup in the top 10, was second. Monument's Andrew Churchill rounded out the top five.

On the girls side, Helena Jankovic and the Millionaires stayed hot. Jankovic won the race in 47.52, followed closely by teammates Madison DiGrigoli (49.37) and Taylor Knight (49.40) as the only three skiers under 50 seconds. Lenox finished with five skiers in the top 10, including Molly Knight in fifth.

Monument Mountain had four skiers in the top 10, led by Paige Lussier in fourth. Pittsfield's Lena Ungewitter was eighth overall.

The Alpine regular season wraps up tonight back at Bousquet with another giant slalom race on Senior Night.

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Girls Race

Team Results — 1. Lenox 197.17; 2. Monument Mountain 212.45; 3. Pittsfield 235.64; 4. Taconic 259.72; 5. Wahconah 2091.73.

Top 15 — 1. Helena Jankovic (L) 47.52; 2. Madison DiGrigoli (L) 49.37; 3. Taylor Knight 49.40; 4. Paige Lussier (MM) 50.82; 5. Molly Knight (L) 50.88; 6. Olivia Ruggiero (MM) 52.96; 7. Emma Soule (MM) 53.93; 8. Lena Ungewitter (P) 54.09; 9. Amy Alderton (L) 54.34; 10. Simone Long (MM) 54.74; 11. Abbey Boyd (MM) 55.13; 12. Cecelia Dunham (W) 55.44; 13. Kelly Anderson (W) 56.30; 14. Alice Pajeski (MM) 56.82; 15. Reagan Miller (T) 58.85.

Boys Race

Team Results — 1. Lenox 199.55; 2. Wahconah 203.17; 3. Taconic 204.70; 4. Monument Mountain 214.46; 5. Pittsfield 220.50.

Top 15 — 1. Andrew King (T) 45.20; 2. Keegan Leach (MM) 47.68; 3. Rocco Piretti (L) 48.80; 4. Max DiGrigoli (L) 48.83; 5. Andrew Churchill (MM) 49.12; 6. Dominic Scalise (W) 50.21; 7. Brenden Scott (T) 50.00; 8. Mitchell Scalise (W) 50.21; 9. Alex Sternerup (W) 50.33; 10. Isaac Tabakin (L) 50.42; 11. Owen Gutzmer (P) 50.47; 12. Alex Delvecchio (L) 51.50; 13. Zachary Suffish (L) 52.08; 14. Shamus Gaherty (T) 53.10; 15. Vincent Scalise (W) 53.17.

Monument     11     2     4     16     —     33

3-point goals — D 4 (Felix 3, McGrath); MM 0.

Taconic 56, East Longmeadow 48

PITTSFIELD — The Braves bounced back from a slow third quarter to hold off the Spartans at home on Tuesday.

Taconic scored 16, fourth-quarter points, including an 8 of 9 performance from the foul line to hold off East Longmeadow.

Ahliya Phillips had her offense going throughout, netting at least three points in each quarter to total a game-high 20. She also knocked down three 3-point shots.

Taea Bramer added 14 and Ciany Conyers and Tamia Patrick had 9 a piece, as that threesome was a combined 12 of 12 from the stripe. In the game, Taconic as a whole was 15 of 18.

Bramer added 10 rebounds, while Conyers had seven steals and Patrick three assists for the Braves (13-1).

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EAST LONGMEADOW (48)

Weiss 2-0-4, Dieni 6-2-15, Coolidge 4-2-11, Mazza 7-0-14, Liquori 0-1-1, Langone 1-1-3. Totals 20-6-48.

TACONIC (56)

Buda 1-0-2, Conyers 2-5-9, Bramer 4-5-14, Phillips 7-3-20, Patrick 3-2-9, Balcom 0-0-0, Cross 1-0-2. Totals 18-15-56.

E. Longmeadow     13     11     10     14     —     48

Taconic     19     13     8     16     —     56

3-point goals — EL 2 (Coolidge, Dieni); T 5 (Phillips 3, Patrick, Bramer).

Boys Basketball

Lenox 62, Mount Everett 27

LENOX — The Millionaires started smoldering and only got hotter when Averin Paradise stepped off the bench.

Lenox's sixth man lit up visiting Mount Everett for 22 points, and he made the Eagles pay from all over the floor.

"He played well in the post, and when they got to him there, he was able to step out and knock down some shots," said Lenox coach Brian Cogswell, as Paradise also put down a pair of 3-pointers.

Cogswell said the Millionaires (11-6, 5-2 Berkshire South) played well in transition, and that keyed from young point guard Michael Ward, who had 15 points. Lenox also came away with 15 steals in the game.

Mount Everett (3-15, 0-6) was led by Jack Carpenter and Cooper Rothvoss with six points each.

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MOUNT EVERETT (27)

Foster 1-0-2, Rodrigo-Sierra 1-0-3, Carpenter 3-0-6, Monteleone 1-1-3, Henderson 2-0-4, Mullen 0-1-1, Rothvoss 3-0-6, Ullrich 1-0-2, Devoti 0-0-0, Zucco 0-0-0, Bleau 0-0-0. Totals 12-2-27.

LENOX (62)

Ward 7-1-15, Collins 3-1-8, Patella 1-1-4, Steinman 2-2-7, Nicotra 2-0-4, Paradise 8-4-22, Laughner 1-0-2, Armstrong 0-0-0, Blake 0-0-0, Thompson 0-0-0. Totals 29-9-62.

Everett     6     9     7     5     —     27

Lenox     19     15     15     13     —     62

3-point goals ME 1 (Rodrigo-Sierra); LX 5 (Paradise 2, Steinman, Patella, Collins).

Pittsfield 57, Sabis 52

SPRINGFIELD — With its season on the line, Pittsfield High's starting five went to work on the road and scored all 57 points in the Generals' win over Sabis.

LaQuan brown stayed red hot from long range, knocking in another five, 3-point shots to lead the way with 18 points, while fellow seniors Kymani Harley and Craig Jackson had 12 points each and junior point guard Sincere Moorer added 11.

The Generals (7-10) need to win out to make the postseason, and took their first step toward doing so in taking out the Bulldogs to start their week. Next up is another road trip to Longmeadow tonight.

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PITTSFIELD (57)

Jackson 4-4-12, Moorer 4-2-11, Pringle 0-0-0, Brown 6-1-18, Wheeler 0-0-0, Harley 5-2-12, K. Jackson 2-0-4, Binns 0-0-0. Totals 21-9-57.

SABIS (52)

Herd 4-0-8, Campbell 2-0-5, Wheeler 4-1-11, Hodge 5-7-19, Williams 3-0-6, Borges 1-0-2. Totals 14-8-52.

Pittsfield     15     11     15     16     —     57

Sabis     11     14     3     24     —     52

3-point goals — P 6 (Brown 5, Moorer); S 5 (Hodge 2, Wheeler 2, Campbell).

Alpine Skiing

Giant Slalom Week 5

PITTSFIELD — Andrew King kept his shot at a perfect season alive with a win in Week 5 of the Berkshire County Alpine season, a giant slalom race Tuesday night at Bousquet.

King paced the boys field in 45.20 seconds, besting Keegan Leach of Monument Mountain in second place in 47.68.

Lenox scored the next two finishers, Rocco Piretti and Max DiGrigoli, which catapulted the Millionaires to a team win with a 199.55 total. Wahconah, with Dominic Scalise, Mitchell Scalise and Alex Sternerup in the top 10, was second. Monument's Andrew Churchill rounded out the top five.

On the girls side, Helena Jankovic and the Millionaires stayed hot. Jankovic won the race in 47.52, followed closely by teammates Madison DiGrigoli (49.37) and Taylor Knight (49.40) as the only three skiers under 50 seconds. Lenox finished with five skiers in the top 10, including Molly Knight in fifth.

Monument Mountain had four skiers in the top 10, led by Paige Lussier in fourth. Pittsfield's Lena Ungewitter was eighth overall.

The Alpine regular season wraps up tonight back at Bousquet with another giant slalom race on Senior Night.

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Girls Race

Team Results — 1. Lenox 197.17; 2. Monument Mountain 212.45; 3. Pittsfield 235.64; 4. Taconic 259.72; 5. Wahconah 2091.73.

Top 15 — 1. Helena Jankovic (L) 47.52; 2. Madison DiGrigoli (L) 49.37; 3. Taylor Knight 49.40; 4. Paige Lussier (MM) 50.82; 5. Molly Knight (L) 50.88; 6. Olivia Ruggiero (MM) 52.96; 7. Emma Soule (MM) 53.93; 8. Lena Ungewitter (P) 54.09; 9. Amy Alderton (L) 54.34; 10. Simone Long (MM) 54.74; 11. Abbey Boyd (MM) 55.13; 12. Cecelia Dunham (W) 55.44; 13. Kelly Anderson (W) 56.30; 14. Alice Pajeski (MM) 56.82; 15. Reagan Miller (T) 58.85.

Boys Race

Team Results — 1. Lenox 199.55; 2. Wahconah 203.17; 3. Taconic 204.70; 4. Monument Mountain 214.46; 5. Pittsfield 220.50.

Top 15 — 1. Andrew King (T) 45.20; 2. Keegan Leach (MM) 47.68; 3. Rocco Piretti (L) 48.80; 4. Max DiGrigoli (L) 48.83; 5. Andrew Churchill (MM) 49.12; 6. Dominic Scalise (W) 50.21; 7. Brenden Scott (T) 50.00; 8. Mitchell Scalise (W) 50.21; 9. Alex Sternerup (W) 50.33; 10. Isaac Tabakin (L) 50.42; 11. Owen Gutzmer (P) 50.47; 12. Alex Delvecchio (L) 51.50; 13. Zachary Suffish (L) 52.08; 14. Shamus Gaherty (T) 53.10; 15. Vincent Scalise (W) 53.17.

3-point goals — D 4 (Felix 3, McGrath); MM 0.

Taconic 56, East Longmeadow 48

PITTSFIELD — The Braves bounced back from a slow third quarter to hold off the Spartans at home on Tuesday.

Taconic scored 16, fourth-quarter points, including an 8 of 9 performance from the foul line to hold off East Longmeadow.

Ahliya Phillips had her offense going throughout, netting at least three points in each quarter to total a game-high 20. She also knocked down three 3-point shots.

Taea Bramer added 14 and Ciany Conyers and Tamia Patrick had 9 a piece, as that threesome was a combined 12 of 12 from the stripe. In the game, Taconic as a whole was 15 of 18.

Bramer added 10 rebounds, while Conyers had seven steals and Patrick three assists for the Braves (13-1).

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EAST LONGMEADOW (48)

Weiss 2-0-4, Dieni 6-2-15, Coolidge 4-2-11, Mazza 7-0-14, Liquori 0-1-1, Langone 1-1-3. Totals 20-6-48.

TACONIC (56)

Buda 1-0-2, Conyers 2-5-9, Bramer 4-5-14, Phillips 7-3-20, Patrick 3-2-9, Balcom 0-0-0, Cross 1-0-2. Totals 18-15-56.

E. Longmeadow     13     11     10     14     —     48

Taconic     19     13     8     16     —     56

3-point goals — EL 2 (Coolidge, Dieni); T 5 (Phillips 3, Patrick, Bramer).

Boys Basketball

Lenox 62, Mount Everett 27

LENOX — The Millionaires started smoldering and only got hotter when Averin Paradise stepped off the bench.

Lenox's sixth man lit up visiting Mount Everett for 22 points, and he made the Eagles pay from all over the floor.

"He played well in the post, and when they got to him there, he was able to step out and knock down some shots," said Lenox coach Brian Cogswell, as Paradise also put down a pair of 3-pointers.

Cogswell said the Millionaires (11-6, 5-2 Berkshire South) played well in transition, and that keyed from young point guard Michael Ward, who had 15 points. Lenox also came away with 15 steals in the game.

Mount Everett (3-15, 0-6) was led by Jack Carpenter and Cooper Rothvoss with six points each.

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MOUNT EVERETT (27)

Foster 1-0-2, Rodrigo-Sierra 1-0-3, Carpenter 3-0-6, Monteleone 1-1-3, Henderson 2-0-4, Mullen 0-1-1, Rothvoss 3-0-6, Ullrich 1-0-2, Devoti 0-0-0, Zucco 0-0-0, Bleau 0-0-0. Totals 12-2-27.

LENOX (62)

Ward 7-1-15, Collins 3-1-8, Patella 1-1-4, Steinman 2-2-7, Nicotra 2-0-4, Paradise 8-4-22, Laughner 1-0-2, Armstrong 0-0-0, Blake 0-0-0, Thompson 0-0-0. Totals 29-9-62.

Everett     6     9     7     5     —     27

Lenox     19     15     15     13     —     62

3-point goals ME 1 (Rodrigo-Sierra); LX 5 (Paradise 2, Steinman, Patella, Collins).

Pittsfield 57, Sabis 52

SPRINGFIELD — With its season on the line, Pittsfield High's starting five went to work on the road and scored all 57 points in the Generals' win over Sabis.

LaQuan brown stayed red hot from long range, knocking in another five, 3-point shots to lead the way with 18 points, while fellow seniors Kymani Harley and Craig Jackson had 12 points each and junior point guard Sincere Moorer added 11.

The Generals (7-10) need to win out to make the postseason, and took their first step toward doing so in taking out the Bulldogs to start their week. Next up is another road trip to Longmeadow tonight.

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PITTSFIELD (57)

Jackson 4-4-12, Moorer 4-2-11, Pringle 0-0-0, Brown 6-1-18, Wheeler 0-0-0, Harley 5-2-12, K. Jackson 2-0-4, Binns 0-0-0. Totals 21-9-57.

SABIS (52)

Herd 4-0-8, Campbell 2-0-5, Wheeler 4-1-11, Hodge 5-7-19, Williams 3-0-6, Borges 1-0-2. Totals 14-8-52.

Pittsfield     15     11     15     16     —     57

Sabis     11     14     3     24     —     52

3-point goals — P 6 (Brown 5, Moorer); S 5 (Hodge 2, Wheeler 2, Campbell).

Alpine Skiing

Giant Slalom Week 5

PITTSFIELD — Andrew King kept his shot at a perfect season alive with a win in Week 5 of the Berkshire County Alpine season, a giant slalom race Tuesday night at Bousquet.

King paced the boys field in 45.20 seconds, besting Keegan Leach of Monument Mountain in second place in 47.68.

Lenox scored the next two finishers, Rocco Piretti and Max DiGrigoli, which catapulted the Millionaires to a team win with a 199.55 total. Wahconah, with Dominic Scalise, Mitchell Scalise and Alex Sternerup in the top 10, was second. Monument's Andrew Churchill rounded out the top five.

On the girls side, Helena Jankovic and the Millionaires stayed hot. Jankovic won the race in 47.52, followed closely by teammates Madison DiGrigoli (49.37) and Taylor Knight (49.40) as the only three skiers under 50 seconds. Lenox finished with five skiers in the top 10, including Molly Knight in fifth.

Monument Mountain had four skiers in the top 10, led by Paige Lussier in fourth. Pittsfield's Lena Ungewitter was eighth overall.

The Alpine regular season wraps up tonight back at Bousquet with another giant slalom race on Senior Night.

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Girls Race

Team Results — 1. Lenox 197.17; 2. Monument Mountain 212.45; 3. Pittsfield 235.64; 4. Taconic 259.72; 5. Wahconah 2091.73.

Top 15 — 1. Helena Jankovic (L) 47.52; 2. Madison DiGrigoli (L) 49.37; 3. Taylor Knight 49.40; 4. Paige Lussier (MM) 50.82; 5. Molly Knight (L) 50.88; 6. Olivia Ruggiero (MM) 52.96; 7. Emma Soule (MM) 53.93; 8. Lena Ungewitter (P) 54.09; 9. Amy Alderton (L) 54.34; 10. Simone Long (MM) 54.74; 11. Abbey Boyd (MM) 55.13; 12. Cecelia Dunham (W) 55.44; 13. Kelly Anderson (W) 56.30; 14. Alice Pajeski (MM) 56.82; 15. Reagan Miller (T) 58.85.

Boys Race

Team Results — 1. Lenox 199.55; 2. Wahconah 203.17; 3. Taconic 204.70; 4. Monument Mountain 214.46; 5. Pittsfield 220.50.

Top 15 — 1. Andrew King (T) 45.20; 2. Keegan Leach (MM) 47.68; 3. Rocco Piretti (L) 48.80; 4. Max DiGrigoli (L) 48.83; 5. Andrew Churchill (MM) 49.12; 6. Dominic Scalise (W) 50.21; 7. Brenden Scott (T) 50.00; 8. Mitchell Scalise (W) 50.21; 9. Alex Sternerup (W) 50.33; 10. Isaac Tabakin (L) 50.42; 11. Owen Gutzmer (P) 50.47; 12. Alex Delvecchio (L) 51.50; 13. Zachary Suffish (L) 52.08; 14. Shamus Gaherty (T) 53.10; 15. Vincent Scalise (W) 53.17.

Taconic     19     13     8     16     —     56

3-point goals — EL 2 (Coolidge, Dieni); T 5 (Phillips 3, Patrick, Bramer).

Boys Basketball

Lenox 62, Mount Everett 27

LENOX — The Millionaires started smoldering and only got hotter when Averin Paradise stepped off the bench.

Lenox's sixth man lit up visiting Mount Everett for 22 points, and he made the Eagles pay from all over the floor.

"He played well in the post, and when they got to him there, he was able to step out and knock down some shots," said Lenox coach Brian Cogswell, as Paradise also put down a pair of 3-pointers.

Cogswell said the Millionaires (11-6, 5-2 Berkshire South) played well in transition, and that keyed from young point guard Michael Ward, who had 15 points. Lenox also came away with 15 steals in the game.

Mount Everett (3-15, 0-6) was led by Jack Carpenter and Cooper Rothvoss with six points each.

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MOUNT EVERETT (27)

Foster 1-0-2, Rodrigo-Sierra 1-0-3, Carpenter 3-0-6, Monteleone 1-1-3, Henderson 2-0-4, Mullen 0-1-1, Rothvoss 3-0-6, Ullrich 1-0-2, Devoti 0-0-0, Zucco 0-0-0, Bleau 0-0-0. Totals 12-2-27.

LENOX (62)

Ward 7-1-15, Collins 3-1-8, Patella 1-1-4, Steinman 2-2-7, Nicotra 2-0-4, Paradise 8-4-22, Laughner 1-0-2, Armstrong 0-0-0, Blake 0-0-0, Thompson 0-0-0. Totals 29-9-62.

Everett     6     9     7     5     —     27

Lenox     19     15     15     13     —     62

3-point goals ME 1 (Rodrigo-Sierra); LX 5 (Paradise 2, Steinman, Patella, Collins).

Pittsfield 57, Sabis 52

SPRINGFIELD — With its season on the line, Pittsfield High's starting five went to work on the road and scored all 57 points in the Generals' win over Sabis.

LaQuan brown stayed red hot from long range, knocking in another five, 3-point shots to lead the way with 18 points, while fellow seniors Kymani Harley and Craig Jackson had 12 points each and junior point guard Sincere Moorer added 11.

The Generals (7-10) need to win out to make the postseason, and took their first step toward doing so in taking out the Bulldogs to start their week. Next up is another road trip to Longmeadow tonight.

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PITTSFIELD (57)

Jackson 4-4-12, Moorer 4-2-11, Pringle 0-0-0, Brown 6-1-18, Wheeler 0-0-0, Harley 5-2-12, K. Jackson 2-0-4, Binns 0-0-0. Totals 21-9-57.

SABIS (52)

Herd 4-0-8, Campbell 2-0-5, Wheeler 4-1-11, Hodge 5-7-19, Williams 3-0-6, Borges 1-0-2. Totals 14-8-52.

Pittsfield     15     11     15     16     —     57

Sabis     11     14     3     24     —     52

3-point goals — P 6 (Brown 5, Moorer); S 5 (Hodge 2, Wheeler 2, Campbell).

Alpine Skiing

Giant Slalom Week 5

PITTSFIELD — Andrew King kept his shot at a perfect season alive with a win in Week 5 of the Berkshire County Alpine season, a giant slalom race Tuesday night at Bousquet.

King paced the boys field in 45.20 seconds, besting Keegan Leach of Monument Mountain in second place in 47.68.

Lenox scored the next two finishers, Rocco Piretti and Max DiGrigoli, which catapulted the Millionaires to a team win with a 199.55 total. Wahconah, with Dominic Scalise, Mitchell Scalise and Alex Sternerup in the top 10, was second. Monument's Andrew Churchill rounded out the top five.

On the girls side, Helena Jankovic and the Millionaires stayed hot. Jankovic won the race in 47.52, followed closely by teammates Madison DiGrigoli (49.37) and Taylor Knight (49.40) as the only three skiers under 50 seconds. Lenox finished with five skiers in the top 10, including Molly Knight in fifth.

Monument Mountain had four skiers in the top 10, led by Paige Lussier in fourth. Pittsfield's Lena Ungewitter was eighth overall.

The Alpine regular season wraps up tonight back at Bousquet with another giant slalom race on Senior Night.

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Girls Race

Team Results — 1. Lenox 197.17; 2. Monument Mountain 212.45; 3. Pittsfield 235.64; 4. Taconic 259.72; 5. Wahconah 2091.73.

Top 15 — 1. Helena Jankovic (L) 47.52; 2. Madison DiGrigoli (L) 49.37; 3. Taylor Knight 49.40; 4. Paige Lussier (MM) 50.82; 5. Molly Knight (L) 50.88; 6. Olivia Ruggiero (MM) 52.96; 7. Emma Soule (MM) 53.93; 8. Lena Ungewitter (P) 54.09; 9. Amy Alderton (L) 54.34; 10. Simone Long (MM) 54.74; 11. Abbey Boyd (MM) 55.13; 12. Cecelia Dunham (W) 55.44; 13. Kelly Anderson (W) 56.30; 14. Alice Pajeski (MM) 56.82; 15. Reagan Miller (T) 58.85.

Boys Race

Team Results — 1. Lenox 199.55; 2. Wahconah 203.17; 3. Taconic 204.70; 4. Monument Mountain 214.46; 5. Pittsfield 220.50.

Top 15 — 1. Andrew King (T) 45.20; 2. Keegan Leach (MM) 47.68; 3. Rocco Piretti (L) 48.80; 4. Max DiGrigoli (L) 48.83; 5. Andrew Churchill (MM) 49.12; 6. Dominic Scalise (W) 50.21; 7. Brenden Scott (T) 50.00; 8. Mitchell Scalise (W) 50.21; 9. Alex Sternerup (W) 50.33; 10. Isaac Tabakin (L) 50.42; 11. Owen Gutzmer (P) 50.47; 12. Alex Delvecchio (L) 51.50; 13. Zachary Suffish (L) 52.08; 14. Shamus Gaherty (T) 53.10; 15. Vincent Scalise (W) 53.17.

3-point goals — EL 2 (Coolidge, Dieni); T 5 (Phillips 3, Patrick, Bramer).

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Boys Basketball

Lenox 62, Mount Everett 27

LENOX — The Millionaires started smoldering and only got hotter when Averin Paradise stepped off the bench.

Lenox's sixth man lit up visiting Mount Everett for 22 points, and he made the Eagles pay from all over the floor.

"He played well in the post, and when they got to him there, he was able to step out and knock down some shots," said Lenox coach Brian Cogswell, as Paradise also put down a pair of 3-pointers.

Cogswell said the Millionaires (11-6, 5-2 Berkshire South) played well in transition, and that keyed from young point guard Michael Ward, who had 15 points. Lenox also came away with 15 steals in the game.

Mount Everett (3-15, 0-6) was led by Jack Carpenter and Cooper Rothvoss with six points each.

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MOUNT EVERETT (27)

Foster 1-0-2, Rodrigo-Sierra 1-0-3, Carpenter 3-0-6, Monteleone 1-1-3, Henderson 2-0-4, Mullen 0-1-1, Rothvoss 3-0-6, Ullrich 1-0-2, Devoti 0-0-0, Zucco 0-0-0, Bleau 0-0-0. Totals 12-2-27.

LENOX (62)

Ward 7-1-15, Collins 3-1-8, Patella 1-1-4, Steinman 2-2-7, Nicotra 2-0-4, Paradise 8-4-22, Laughner 1-0-2, Armstrong 0-0-0, Blake 0-0-0, Thompson 0-0-0. Totals 29-9-62.

Everett     6     9     7     5     —     27

Lenox     19     15     15     13     —     62

3-point goals ME 1 (Rodrigo-Sierra); LX 5 (Paradise 2, Steinman, Patella, Collins).

Pittsfield 57, Sabis 52

SPRINGFIELD — With its season on the line, Pittsfield High's starting five went to work on the road and scored all 57 points in the Generals' win over Sabis.

LaQuan brown stayed red hot from long range, knocking in another five, 3-point shots to lead the way with 18 points, while fellow seniors Kymani Harley and Craig Jackson had 12 points each and junior point guard Sincere Moorer added 11.

The Generals (7-10) need to win out to make the postseason, and took their first step toward doing so in taking out the Bulldogs to start their week. Next up is another road trip to Longmeadow tonight.

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PITTSFIELD (57)

Jackson 4-4-12, Moorer 4-2-11, Pringle 0-0-0, Brown 6-1-18, Wheeler 0-0-0, Harley 5-2-12, K. Jackson 2-0-4, Binns 0-0-0. Totals 21-9-57.

SABIS (52)

Herd 4-0-8, Campbell 2-0-5, Wheeler 4-1-11, Hodge 5-7-19, Williams 3-0-6, Borges 1-0-2. Totals 14-8-52.

Pittsfield     15     11     15     16     —     57

Sabis     11     14     3     24     —     52

3-point goals — P 6 (Brown 5, Moorer); S 5 (Hodge 2, Wheeler 2, Campbell).

Alpine Skiing

Giant Slalom Week 5

PITTSFIELD — Andrew King kept his shot at a perfect season alive with a win in Week 5 of the Berkshire County Alpine season, a giant slalom race Tuesday night at Bousquet.

King paced the boys field in 45.20 seconds, besting Keegan Leach of Monument Mountain in second place in 47.68.

Lenox scored the next two finishers, Rocco Piretti and Max DiGrigoli, which catapulted the Millionaires to a team win with a 199.55 total. Wahconah, with Dominic Scalise, Mitchell Scalise and Alex Sternerup in the top 10, was second. Monument's Andrew Churchill rounded out the top five.

On the girls side, Helena Jankovic and the Millionaires stayed hot. Jankovic won the race in 47.52, followed closely by teammates Madison DiGrigoli (49.37) and Taylor Knight (49.40) as the only three skiers under 50 seconds. Lenox finished with five skiers in the top 10, including Molly Knight in fifth.

Monument Mountain had four skiers in the top 10, led by Paige Lussier in fourth. Pittsfield's Lena Ungewitter was eighth overall.

The Alpine regular season wraps up tonight back at Bousquet with another giant slalom race on Senior Night.

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Girls Race

Team Results — 1. Lenox 197.17; 2. Monument Mountain 212.45; 3. Pittsfield 235.64; 4. Taconic 259.72; 5. Wahconah 2091.73.

Top 15 — 1. Helena Jankovic (L) 47.52; 2. Madison DiGrigoli (L) 49.37; 3. Taylor Knight 49.40; 4. Paige Lussier (MM) 50.82; 5. Molly Knight (L) 50.88; 6. Olivia Ruggiero (MM) 52.96; 7. Emma Soule (MM) 53.93; 8. Lena Ungewitter (P) 54.09; 9. Amy Alderton (L) 54.34; 10. Simone Long (MM) 54.74; 11. Abbey Boyd (MM) 55.13; 12. Cecelia Dunham (W) 55.44; 13. Kelly Anderson (W) 56.30; 14. Alice Pajeski (MM) 56.82; 15. Reagan Miller (T) 58.85.

Boys Race

Team Results — 1. Lenox 199.55; 2. Wahconah 203.17; 3. Taconic 204.70; 4. Monument Mountain 214.46; 5. Pittsfield 220.50.

Top 15 — 1. Andrew King (T) 45.20; 2. Keegan Leach (MM) 47.68; 3. Rocco Piretti (L) 48.80; 4. Max DiGrigoli (L) 48.83; 5. Andrew Churchill (MM) 49.12; 6. Dominic Scalise (W) 50.21; 7. Brenden Scott (T) 50.00; 8. Mitchell Scalise (W) 50.21; 9. Alex Sternerup (W) 50.33; 10. Isaac Tabakin (L) 50.42; 11. Owen Gutzmer (P) 50.47; 12. Alex Delvecchio (L) 51.50; 13. Zachary Suffish (L) 52.08; 14. Shamus Gaherty (T) 53.10; 15. Vincent Scalise (W) 53.17.

Lenox     19     15     15     13     —     62

3-point goals ME 1 (Rodrigo-Sierra); LX 5 (Paradise 2, Steinman, Patella, Collins).

Pittsfield 57, Sabis 52

SPRINGFIELD — With its season on the line, Pittsfield High's starting five went to work on the road and scored all 57 points in the Generals' win over Sabis.

LaQuan brown stayed red hot from long range, knocking in another five, 3-point shots to lead the way with 18 points, while fellow seniors Kymani Harley and Craig Jackson had 12 points each and junior point guard Sincere Moorer added 11.

The Generals (7-10) need to win out to make the postseason, and took their first step toward doing so in taking out the Bulldogs to start their week. Next up is another road trip to Longmeadow tonight.

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PITTSFIELD (57)

Jackson 4-4-12, Moorer 4-2-11, Pringle 0-0-0, Brown 6-1-18, Wheeler 0-0-0, Harley 5-2-12, K. Jackson 2-0-4, Binns 0-0-0. Totals 21-9-57.

SABIS (52)

Herd 4-0-8, Campbell 2-0-5, Wheeler 4-1-11, Hodge 5-7-19, Williams 3-0-6, Borges 1-0-2. Totals 14-8-52.

Pittsfield     15     11     15     16     —     57

Sabis     11     14     3     24     —     52

3-point goals — P 6 (Brown 5, Moorer); S 5 (Hodge 2, Wheeler 2, Campbell).

Alpine Skiing

Giant Slalom Week 5

PITTSFIELD — Andrew King kept his shot at a perfect season alive with a win in Week 5 of the Berkshire County Alpine season, a giant slalom race Tuesday night at Bousquet.

King paced the boys field in 45.20 seconds, besting Keegan Leach of Monument Mountain in second place in 47.68.

Lenox scored the next two finishers, Rocco Piretti and Max DiGrigoli, which catapulted the Millionaires to a team win with a 199.55 total. Wahconah, with Dominic Scalise, Mitchell Scalise and Alex Sternerup in the top 10, was second. Monument's Andrew Churchill rounded out the top five.

On the girls side, Helena Jankovic and the Millionaires stayed hot. Jankovic won the race in 47.52, followed closely by teammates Madison DiGrigoli (49.37) and Taylor Knight (49.40) as the only three skiers under 50 seconds. Lenox finished with five skiers in the top 10, including Molly Knight in fifth.

Monument Mountain had four skiers in the top 10, led by Paige Lussier in fourth. Pittsfield's Lena Ungewitter was eighth overall.

The Alpine regular season wraps up tonight back at Bousquet with another giant slalom race on Senior Night.

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Girls Race

Team Results — 1. Lenox 197.17; 2. Monument Mountain 212.45; 3. Pittsfield 235.64; 4. Taconic 259.72; 5. Wahconah 2091.73.

Top 15 — 1. Helena Jankovic (L) 47.52; 2. Madison DiGrigoli (L) 49.37; 3. Taylor Knight 49.40; 4. Paige Lussier (MM) 50.82; 5. Molly Knight (L) 50.88; 6. Olivia Ruggiero (MM) 52.96; 7. Emma Soule (MM) 53.93; 8. Lena Ungewitter (P) 54.09; 9. Amy Alderton (L) 54.34; 10. Simone Long (MM) 54.74; 11. Abbey Boyd (MM) 55.13; 12. Cecelia Dunham (W) 55.44; 13. Kelly Anderson (W) 56.30; 14. Alice Pajeski (MM) 56.82; 15. Reagan Miller (T) 58.85.

Boys Race

Team Results — 1. Lenox 199.55; 2. Wahconah 203.17; 3. Taconic 204.70; 4. Monument Mountain 214.46; 5. Pittsfield 220.50.

Top 15 — 1. Andrew King (T) 45.20; 2. Keegan Leach (MM) 47.68; 3. Rocco Piretti (L) 48.80; 4. Max DiGrigoli (L) 48.83; 5. Andrew Churchill (MM) 49.12; 6. Dominic Scalise (W) 50.21; 7. Brenden Scott (T) 50.00; 8. Mitchell Scalise (W) 50.21; 9. Alex Sternerup (W) 50.33; 10. Isaac Tabakin (L) 50.42; 11. Owen Gutzmer (P) 50.47; 12. Alex Delvecchio (L) 51.50; 13. Zachary Suffish (L) 52.08; 14. Shamus Gaherty (T) 53.10; 15. Vincent Scalise (W) 53.17.

3-point goals ME 1 (Rodrigo-Sierra); LX 5 (Paradise 2, Steinman, Patella, Collins).

Pittsfield 57, Sabis 52

SPRINGFIELD — With its season on the line, Pittsfield High's starting five went to work on the road and scored all 57 points in the Generals' win over Sabis.

LaQuan brown stayed red hot from long range, knocking in another five, 3-point shots to lead the way with 18 points, while fellow seniors Kymani Harley and Craig Jackson had 12 points each and junior point guard Sincere Moorer added 11.

The Generals (7-10) need to win out to make the postseason, and took their first step toward doing so in taking out the Bulldogs to start their week. Next up is another road trip to Longmeadow tonight.

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PITTSFIELD (57)

Jackson 4-4-12, Moorer 4-2-11, Pringle 0-0-0, Brown 6-1-18, Wheeler 0-0-0, Harley 5-2-12, K. Jackson 2-0-4, Binns 0-0-0. Totals 21-9-57.

SABIS (52)

Herd 4-0-8, Campbell 2-0-5, Wheeler 4-1-11, Hodge 5-7-19, Williams 3-0-6, Borges 1-0-2. Totals 14-8-52.

Pittsfield     15     11     15     16     —     57

Sabis     11     14     3     24     —     52

3-point goals — P 6 (Brown 5, Moorer); S 5 (Hodge 2, Wheeler 2, Campbell).

Alpine Skiing

Giant Slalom Week 5

PITTSFIELD — Andrew King kept his shot at a perfect season alive with a win in Week 5 of the Berkshire County Alpine season, a giant slalom race Tuesday night at Bousquet.

King paced the boys field in 45.20 seconds, besting Keegan Leach of Monument Mountain in second place in 47.68.

Lenox scored the next two finishers, Rocco Piretti and Max DiGrigoli, which catapulted the Millionaires to a team win with a 199.55 total. Wahconah, with Dominic Scalise, Mitchell Scalise and Alex Sternerup in the top 10, was second. Monument's Andrew Churchill rounded out the top five.

On the girls side, Helena Jankovic and the Millionaires stayed hot. Jankovic won the race in 47.52, followed closely by teammates Madison DiGrigoli (49.37) and Taylor Knight (49.40) as the only three skiers under 50 seconds. Lenox finished with five skiers in the top 10, including Molly Knight in fifth.

Monument Mountain had four skiers in the top 10, led by Paige Lussier in fourth. Pittsfield's Lena Ungewitter was eighth overall.

The Alpine regular season wraps up tonight back at Bousquet with another giant slalom race on Senior Night.

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Girls Race

Team Results — 1. Lenox 197.17; 2. Monument Mountain 212.45; 3. Pittsfield 235.64; 4. Taconic 259.72; 5. Wahconah 2091.73.

Top 15 — 1. Helena Jankovic (L) 47.52; 2. Madison DiGrigoli (L) 49.37; 3. Taylor Knight 49.40; 4. Paige Lussier (MM) 50.82; 5. Molly Knight (L) 50.88; 6. Olivia Ruggiero (MM) 52.96; 7. Emma Soule (MM) 53.93; 8. Lena Ungewitter (P) 54.09; 9. Amy Alderton (L) 54.34; 10. Simone Long (MM) 54.74; 11. Abbey Boyd (MM) 55.13; 12. Cecelia Dunham (W) 55.44; 13. Kelly Anderson (W) 56.30; 14. Alice Pajeski (MM) 56.82; 15. Reagan Miller (T) 58.85.

Boys Race

Team Results — 1. Lenox 199.55; 2. Wahconah 203.17; 3. Taconic 204.70; 4. Monument Mountain 214.46; 5. Pittsfield 220.50.

Top 15 — 1. Andrew King (T) 45.20; 2. Keegan Leach (MM) 47.68; 3. Rocco Piretti (L) 48.80; 4. Max DiGrigoli (L) 48.83; 5. Andrew Churchill (MM) 49.12; 6. Dominic Scalise (W) 50.21; 7. Brenden Scott (T) 50.00; 8. Mitchell Scalise (W) 50.21; 9. Alex Sternerup (W) 50.33; 10. Isaac Tabakin (L) 50.42; 11. Owen Gutzmer (P) 50.47; 12. Alex Delvecchio (L) 51.50; 13. Zachary Suffish (L) 52.08; 14. Shamus Gaherty (T) 53.10; 15. Vincent Scalise (W) 53.17.

Sabis     11     14     3     24     —     52

3-point goals — P 6 (Brown 5, Moorer); S 5 (Hodge 2, Wheeler 2, Campbell).

Alpine Skiing

Giant Slalom Week 5

PITTSFIELD — Andrew King kept his shot at a perfect season alive with a win in Week 5 of the Berkshire County Alpine season, a giant slalom race Tuesday night at Bousquet.

King paced the boys field in 45.20 seconds, besting Keegan Leach of Monument Mountain in second place in 47.68.

Lenox scored the next two finishers, Rocco Piretti and Max DiGrigoli, which catapulted the Millionaires to a team win with a 199.55 total. Wahconah, with Dominic Scalise, Mitchell Scalise and Alex Sternerup in the top 10, was second. Monument's Andrew Churchill rounded out the top five.

On the girls side, Helena Jankovic and the Millionaires stayed hot. Jankovic won the race in 47.52, followed closely by teammates Madison DiGrigoli (49.37) and Taylor Knight (49.40) as the only three skiers under 50 seconds. Lenox finished with five skiers in the top 10, including Molly Knight in fifth.

Monument Mountain had four skiers in the top 10, led by Paige Lussier in fourth. Pittsfield's Lena Ungewitter was eighth overall.

The Alpine regular season wraps up tonight back at Bousquet with another giant slalom race on Senior Night.

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Girls Race

Team Results — 1. Lenox 197.17; 2. Monument Mountain 212.45; 3. Pittsfield 235.64; 4. Taconic 259.72; 5. Wahconah 2091.73.

Top 15 — 1. Helena Jankovic (L) 47.52; 2. Madison DiGrigoli (L) 49.37; 3. Taylor Knight 49.40; 4. Paige Lussier (MM) 50.82; 5. Molly Knight (L) 50.88; 6. Olivia Ruggiero (MM) 52.96; 7. Emma Soule (MM) 53.93; 8. Lena Ungewitter (P) 54.09; 9. Amy Alderton (L) 54.34; 10. Simone Long (MM) 54.74; 11. Abbey Boyd (MM) 55.13; 12. Cecelia Dunham (W) 55.44; 13. Kelly Anderson (W) 56.30; 14. Alice Pajeski (MM) 56.82; 15. Reagan Miller (T) 58.85.

Boys Race

Team Results — 1. Lenox 199.55; 2. Wahconah 203.17; 3. Taconic 204.70; 4. Monument Mountain 214.46; 5. Pittsfield 220.50.

Top 15 — 1. Andrew King (T) 45.20; 2. Keegan Leach (MM) 47.68; 3. Rocco Piretti (L) 48.80; 4. Max DiGrigoli (L) 48.83; 5. Andrew Churchill (MM) 49.12; 6. Dominic Scalise (W) 50.21; 7. Brenden Scott (T) 50.00; 8. Mitchell Scalise (W) 50.21; 9. Alex Sternerup (W) 50.33; 10. Isaac Tabakin (L) 50.42; 11. Owen Gutzmer (P) 50.47; 12. Alex Delvecchio (L) 51.50; 13. Zachary Suffish (L) 52.08; 14. Shamus Gaherty (T) 53.10; 15. Vincent Scalise (W) 53.17.

3-point goals — P 6 (Brown 5, Moorer); S 5 (Hodge 2, Wheeler 2, Campbell).

Alpine Skiing

Giant Slalom Week 5

PITTSFIELD — Andrew King kept his shot at a perfect season alive with a win in Week 5 of the Berkshire County Alpine season, a giant slalom race Tuesday night at Bousquet.

King paced the boys field in 45.20 seconds, besting Keegan Leach of Monument Mountain in second place in 47.68.

Lenox scored the next two finishers, Rocco Piretti and Max DiGrigoli, which catapulted the Millionaires to a team win with a 199.55 total. Wahconah, with Dominic Scalise, Mitchell Scalise and Alex Sternerup in the top 10, was second. Monument's Andrew Churchill rounded out the top five.

On the girls side, Helena Jankovic and the Millionaires stayed hot. Jankovic won the race in 47.52, followed closely by teammates Madison DiGrigoli (49.37) and Taylor Knight (49.40) as the only three skiers under 50 seconds. Lenox finished with five skiers in the top 10, including Molly Knight in fifth.

Monument Mountain had four skiers in the top 10, led by Paige Lussier in fourth. Pittsfield's Lena Ungewitter was eighth overall.

The Alpine regular season wraps up tonight back at Bousquet with another giant slalom race on Senior Night.

———

Girls Race

Team Results — 1. Lenox 197.17; 2. Monument Mountain 212.45; 3. Pittsfield 235.64; 4. Taconic 259.72; 5. Wahconah 2091.73.

Top 15 — 1. Helena Jankovic (L) 47.52; 2. Madison DiGrigoli (L) 49.37; 3. Taylor Knight 49.40; 4. Paige Lussier (MM) 50.82; 5. Molly Knight (L) 50.88; 6. Olivia Ruggiero (MM) 52.96; 7. Emma Soule (MM) 53.93; 8. Lena Ungewitter (P) 54.09; 9. Amy Alderton (L) 54.34; 10. Simone Long (MM) 54.74; 11. Abbey Boyd (MM) 55.13; 12. Cecelia Dunham (W) 55.44; 13. Kelly Anderson (W) 56.30; 14. Alice Pajeski (MM) 56.82; 15. Reagan Miller (T) 58.85.

Boys Race

Team Results — 1. Lenox 199.55; 2. Wahconah 203.17; 3. Taconic 204.70; 4. Monument Mountain 214.46; 5. Pittsfield 220.50.

Top 15 — 1. Andrew King (T) 45.20; 2. Keegan Leach (MM) 47.68; 3. Rocco Piretti (L) 48.80; 4. Max DiGrigoli (L) 48.83; 5. Andrew Churchill (MM) 49.12; 6. Dominic Scalise (W) 50.21; 7. Brenden Scott (T) 50.00; 8. Mitchell Scalise (W) 50.21; 9. Alex Sternerup (W) 50.33; 10. Isaac Tabakin (L) 50.42; 11. Owen Gutzmer (P) 50.47; 12. Alex Delvecchio (L) 51.50; 13. Zachary Suffish (L) 52.08; 14. Shamus Gaherty (T) 53.10; 15. Vincent Scalise (W) 53.17.


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