Roundup: Mohawk slips by Mount Everett boys basketball

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SHEFFIELD — The Eagles kept things interesting at home against Mohawk, but the visitors pulled away in the second half for a 43-28 win.

Ben Monteleone hit a 3-pointer in the first half on his way to a team-high nine points for Mount Everett (1-7). The Eagles trailed just 10-9 after that first frame, but the Warriors defense wore on them.

"The young Eagle team played hard tonight, but too many turnovers and missed shots resulted in a loss," wrote Mount Everett coach Jowe Warren in an email.

Jack Carpenter scored four of his eight points and got to the line four times in the fourth quarter, but it wasn't enough.

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MOHAWK (43)

Moffatt 3-2-11, Davenport 0-2-2, Hicks 2-0-4, Dubreurel 2-0-5, Lucocco 0-2-2, Cross 5-1-11, Guyette 1-0-2, Bassett 2-2-6. Totals 15-0-43.

MOUNT EVERETT (28)

Casivant 1-1-3, Silk 2-1-5, Carpenter 2-4-8, Monteleone 3-0-9, Kushi 0-0-0, Devoti 0-0-0, Bleau 1-1-3, Mullen 0-0-0, Rothvoss 0-0-0. Totals 10-7-28.

Mohawk     10     9     10     14     —     43

Everett     9     4     6     9     —     28

3-point goals — M 4 (Moffatt 3, Dubreurel); ME 1 (Monteleone).

College Basketball

Bridgewater State 94, MCLA men 63

NORTH ADAMS — The Trailblazers were blitzed at home by Bridgewater State. The Bears went ahead 50-21 after one quarter, and MCLA couldn't mount a comeback.

MCLA (4-10, 0-2 MASCAC) was hammered on the boards and couldn't dial it in from long range, going 2 of 12. Bridgewater (3-10, 1-0) got 27 points and 16 rebounds from Rayshon Ward, and hit on 9 of 19 from 3-point land.

Antoine Montgomery and Joaquin Scullark led MCLA with matching 16 point nights. Hayden Bird and Ki-Shawn Monroe added 11 points each.

Bridgewater State 73, MCLA women 45

NORTH ADAMS — The MCLA women didn't have any better luck than the men in the nightcap of a doubleheader against Bridgewater State.

A 28-8 third quarter put things out of reach for the Trailblazers, who fall to 4-8, 0-2 in conference. MCLA committed 19 turnovers.

The Bears (6-8, 1-0) got 21 points from Olivia DelGrosso to lead five in double figures. L'Rae Brundige was the lone Trailblazer to get there. She had 13 points and seven rebounds.

McKenzie Robinson chipped in six points, three rebounds and three assists for MCLA.


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