Roundup: Mount Greylock girls basketball clinches Western Mass. spot in regular-season finale

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PITTSFIELD — For the third time in four years, Taconic has claimed the Northern Division championship.

The Braves erupted for 23 points in the second quarter to break open a close game against Hoosac Valley and went on to beat the Hurricanes 76-51 on Monday night.

Isaac Percy had 15 of his team-high 23 points in the first half, while Mohammed Sanogo had 16 of his 20 points in the opening half for Taconic (16-4, 7-1 Berkshire North).

Hoosac (10-9, 2-5) was paced by Izaha Stubbs, who had a game-high 30 points. He was the only Hurricane to score in double figures.

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HOOSAC VALLEY (51)

Meczywor 2-0-4, Desroches 0-0-0, Stubbs 11-5-30, Swistak 1-0-3, Kanter 1-2-4, Davis 0-0-0, Owensby 1-2-4, Richardson 0-1-1, Levesque 2-0-5. Totals 18-10-51.

TACONIC (76)

Harrigan 3-0-6, Codey 0-0-0, Boua 3-1-7, Bramer 2-1-5, Montgomery 2-0-4, E. Percy 3-4-11, I. Percy 7-7-23, Sandifer 0-0-0, Sanogo 7-5-20. Totals 27-18-76

Hoosac Valley     12     14     10     15     —     51

Taconic     20     23     22     11     —     76

3-point goals — HV 5 (Stubbs 3, Swistak, Levesque). T 4 (I. Percy 2, E. Percy, Sanogo).

Monument Mountain 87, Granby 62

GREAT BARRINGTON — Dion Brown scored a game-high 37 points as the Spartans (14-5) advanced to the championship game of the Monument Winter Classic. Connor Hanavan added 17 for Monument.

The Spartans jumped out to a 19-8 lead after one quarter, extending the advantage to 48-27 at the half. The Rams could not catch up.

"After we had that tough loss to Wahconah, our kids have rebounded well," Monument coach Randy Koldys said. "We're getting better defensively, and there's no better time to do that."

The Spartans may need to be better on defense in the championship game, after Dracut put the century mark on the scoreboard. Dracut downed Gilbert, Conn. 109-77. The Spartans will play Dracut in the final tonight at 7 p.m. in Great Barrington.

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GRANBY (62)

Wishart 3-4-12, Torres 1-0-2, Breault 1-3-6, Sudbury 0-1-1, Moriarty 2-2-6, Gaj 3-2-9, Gaughan 6-3-16, Hart 4-0-10, White 0-0-0, Flaherty 0-0-0, L'Abbee 0-0-0. Totals 20-15-62.

MONUMENT MOUNTAIN (87)

Santos 0-0-0, Harris 0-0-0, Gidarakos 3-0-9, Boyko 0-0-0, Buffoni 0-0-0, Hanavan 5-4-17, Brown 15-3-37, Carr 0-0-0, Kronenberg 4-0-8, Robbins 3-0-8, Goffin 4-0-8, Wellenkamp 0-0-0, Smith 0-0-0. Totals 34-7-87

Granby     8     19     18     17     —     62

Monument     19     29     28     11     —     87

3-point goals — G 7 (Hart 2, Wishart 2, Breault, Gaj, Gaughan). MM 10 (Brown 4, Hanavan 3, Gidarakos 3, Robbins 2).

Drury 60, Frontier 46

NORTH ADAMS — Scott McGuire Jr. scored a game-high 22 points as host Drury (12-7) beat Frontier.

The win was the fourth in five games for the Blue Devils, and improved their record against non-Berkshire County teams to 5-1.

McGuire now has 1,649 career points and needs six to pass former St. Joseph's standout Tank Roberson, who has 1,654. The Blue Devils play at home against Pittsfield Wednesday night.

Drury's defense was outstanding in the first half, as coach Jack Racette's squad held the Red Hawks to just 17 points in 16 minutes.

Louis Guillotte had 17 for Drury and Hunter Sarkis added 10.

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FRONTIER (46)

Hoffman

DRURY (60)

McGuire 8-3-22, Sarkis 3-2-10, Guillotte 7-1-17, Vidal 1-1-3, Brazeau 4-0-8. Totals 23-7-60.

Frontier     9     8     17     12     —     46

Drury     15     15     11     19     —     60

3-point goals — F 4 (Richter 3, Robinson). D 8 (McGuire 3, Sarkis 3, Guillotte 2).

Girls Basketball

Mount Greylock 30, Lenox 26

LENOX — It came down to the last possible day, but the Mount Greylock girls have earned their way into the Western Massachusetts Division III tournament.

Delaney Babcock scored a game-high 10 points and the Mounties (10-10, 4-4 South) outscored host Lenox 16-9 in the fourth quarter to punch their ticket to the tournament. The Mounties hadn't been in the tournament since 2017.

"I thought it was good defense on both ends," Lenox coach Nicole Patella said. "We couldn't find a rhythm offensively. I thought we did a good job on their rhythm."

Sophie Patella led Lenox (12-7, 6-2) with eight points.

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MOUNT GREYLOCK (30)

Ross 2-0-4, Schwarzer 2-0-4, Babcock 4-2-10, Stevens 3-0-9, Gilooly 1-0-3. Totals 12-2-30.

LENOX (26)

Alward 2-0-4, Reis 0-0-0, Patella 4-0-8, Paul 2-0-5, Nichols 1-0-2, Najimy 1-0-2, Giardina 2-1-5. Totals 12-1-26.

Mount Greylock     5     5     4     16     —     30

Lenox     9     6     2     9     —     26

3-point goals — MG 4 (Stevens 3, Gilooly). L 1 (Paul).

Old Rochester 50, Hoosac Valley 33

FOXBOROUGH —The Hurricanes (13-6) fell behind 19-6 after one quarter, and while they were able to make runs at Old Rochester (17-2), they could not catch up.

"They were a little too much for us inside," Hoosac coach Ron Wojcik said.

Sarah Field led Hoosac with nine points. Cadence Johnson had 16 to pace Old Rochester.

Hoosac will play Scituate in the second round of the Foxborough Tournament at 2:45 p.m.

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HOOSAC VALLEY (33)

Canales 0-0-0, Bilitz 2-0-4, Garabedian 1-2-4, Levesque 1-3-5, Winn 0-0-0, Robinson 1-1-3, Hugger 0-0-0, Bird 0-0-0, McGrath 2-3-8, Field 3-0-9. Totals 10-9-33.

OLD ROCHESTER (50)

Fernandes 4-1-10, Horan 7-0-14, Johnson 6-3-16, Brogioli 0-0-0, Higgins 2-0-4, N. Butler 2-2-6, S. Butler 1-0-2. Totals 22-6-50.

Hoosac Valley     6     10     8     9     —     33

Old Rochester     19     9     13     8     —     50

3-point goals — HV 4 (Field 3, McGrath). OR 2 (Johnson, Fernandes).

Wachusett 54, Taconic 49

HOLDEN — The Braves gave perennial Central Massachusetts Division I powerhouse and unbeaten Wachusett Regional (20-0) all it could handle, before falling just a bit short. It was the closest Wachusett had been to a loss since it beat Worcester Holy Name 53-45 back on Jan. 3.

The big quarter for Wachusett was the third, when it held Taconic (17-2) to 11 points, while scoring 15 of its own.

Ciany Conyers and Tamia Patrick each had 12 points to lead the Braves. Patrick also had eight rebounds. Belle Lanpher scored 22 for Wachusett.

This was a Wachusett team that won a Central Mass. D-I title two years ago and has been in five straight finals.

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TACONIC (49)

Buda 1-0-2, Conyers 5-1-12, Bramer 3-2-10, Phillips 3-2-11, Patrick 4-3-12, Cross 1-0-2. Totals 17-8-49

WACHUSETT (54)

Allya 1-0-3, Davis 3-1-7, Lanpher 7-5-22, King 2-0-4, Hand 4-2-10, Peto 3-0-8. Totals 20-8-54.

Taconic     11     10     11     17     —     49

Wachusett     11     12     15     16     —     54

3-point goals — T 7 (Phillips 3, Bramer 2, Conyers, Patrick). W 6 (Lanpher 3, Peto 2, Allya).

High School Hockey

Easthampton 8, Drury 0

NORTH ADAMS — It was a rough night on the ice for host Drury (4-7-3, 2-3-1), as Easthampton scored three goals in the first period and pulled away.

Ryan O'Connor had a big night for the Eagles, getting a hat trick and two assists. He recorded his hat trick on a goal at 9:58 of the third period. Garren Fugiel chipped in with two goals and two assists.

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Easthampton     3     2     3     —     8

Drury     0     0     0     —     0

First Period

E — Ryan O'Connor (Tyler Galpin), 3:26. E — Galpin (Ethan Marowitz, O'Connor), 5:27. E — Matt Sullivan (Owen Duda, Garren Fugiel), 7:10.

Second Period

E — Fugiel (Matt Sullivan, O'Connor), 10:16. E — Fugiel (unassisted), 14:00.

Third Period

E — Jake DeLisle (Fugiel, Pete Sullivan), 7:15. E — O'Connor (Marowitz), 9:11. E — O'Connor (Liam Reynolds), 9:58.

Goalies — E: Jayden Darling. D: Nate Haley.

Taconic     20     23     22     11     —     76

3-point goals — HV 5 (Stubbs 3, Swistak, Levesque). T 4 (I. Percy 2, E. Percy, Sanogo).

Monument Mountain 87, Granby 62

GREAT BARRINGTON — Dion Brown scored a game-high 37 points as the Spartans (14-5) advanced to the championship game of the Monument Winter Classic. Connor Hanavan added 17 for Monument.

The Spartans jumped out to a 19-8 lead after one quarter, extending the advantage to 48-27 at the half. The Rams could not catch up.

"After we had that tough loss to Wahconah, our kids have rebounded well," Monument coach Randy Koldys said. "We're getting better defensively, and there's no better time to do that."

The Spartans may need to be better on defense in the championship game, after Dracut put the century mark on the scoreboard. Dracut downed Gilbert, Conn. 109-77. The Spartans will play Dracut in the final tonight at 7 p.m. in Great Barrington.

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GRANBY (62)

Wishart 3-4-12, Torres 1-0-2, Breault 1-3-6, Sudbury 0-1-1, Moriarty 2-2-6, Gaj 3-2-9, Gaughan 6-3-16, Hart 4-0-10, White 0-0-0, Flaherty 0-0-0, L'Abbee 0-0-0. Totals 20-15-62.

MONUMENT MOUNTAIN (87)

Santos 0-0-0, Harris 0-0-0, Gidarakos 3-0-9, Boyko 0-0-0, Buffoni 0-0-0, Hanavan 5-4-17, Brown 15-3-37, Carr 0-0-0, Kronenberg 4-0-8, Robbins 3-0-8, Goffin 4-0-8, Wellenkamp 0-0-0, Smith 0-0-0. Totals 34-7-87

Granby     8     19     18     17     —     62

Monument     19     29     28     11     —     87

3-point goals — G 7 (Hart 2, Wishart 2, Breault, Gaj, Gaughan). MM 10 (Brown 4, Hanavan 3, Gidarakos 3, Robbins 2).

Drury 60, Frontier 46

NORTH ADAMS — Scott McGuire Jr. scored a game-high 22 points as host Drury (12-7) beat Frontier.

The win was the fourth in five games for the Blue Devils, and improved their record against non-Berkshire County teams to 5-1.

McGuire now has 1,649 career points and needs six to pass former St. Joseph's standout Tank Roberson, who has 1,654. The Blue Devils play at home against Pittsfield Wednesday night.

Drury's defense was outstanding in the first half, as coach Jack Racette's squad held the Red Hawks to just 17 points in 16 minutes.

Louis Guillotte had 17 for Drury and Hunter Sarkis added 10.

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FRONTIER (46)

Hoffman

DRURY (60)

McGuire 8-3-22, Sarkis 3-2-10, Guillotte 7-1-17, Vidal 1-1-3, Brazeau 4-0-8. Totals 23-7-60.

Frontier     9     8     17     12     —     46

Drury     15     15     11     19     —     60

3-point goals — F 4 (Richter 3, Robinson). D 8 (McGuire 3, Sarkis 3, Guillotte 2).

Girls Basketball

Mount Greylock 30, Lenox 26

LENOX — It came down to the last possible day, but the Mount Greylock girls have earned their way into the Western Massachusetts Division III tournament.

Delaney Babcock scored a game-high 10 points and the Mounties (10-10, 4-4 South) outscored host Lenox 16-9 in the fourth quarter to punch their ticket to the tournament. The Mounties hadn't been in the tournament since 2017.

"I thought it was good defense on both ends," Lenox coach Nicole Patella said. "We couldn't find a rhythm offensively. I thought we did a good job on their rhythm."

Sophie Patella led Lenox (12-7, 6-2) with eight points.

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MOUNT GREYLOCK (30)

Ross 2-0-4, Schwarzer 2-0-4, Babcock 4-2-10, Stevens 3-0-9, Gilooly 1-0-3. Totals 12-2-30.

LENOX (26)

Alward 2-0-4, Reis 0-0-0, Patella 4-0-8, Paul 2-0-5, Nichols 1-0-2, Najimy 1-0-2, Giardina 2-1-5. Totals 12-1-26.

Mount Greylock     5     5     4     16     —     30

Lenox     9     6     2     9     —     26

3-point goals — MG 4 (Stevens 3, Gilooly). L 1 (Paul).

Old Rochester 50, Hoosac Valley 33

FOXBOROUGH —The Hurricanes (13-6) fell behind 19-6 after one quarter, and while they were able to make runs at Old Rochester (17-2), they could not catch up.

"They were a little too much for us inside," Hoosac coach Ron Wojcik said.

Sarah Field led Hoosac with nine points. Cadence Johnson had 16 to pace Old Rochester.

Hoosac will play Scituate in the second round of the Foxborough Tournament at 2:45 p.m.

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HOOSAC VALLEY (33)

Canales 0-0-0, Bilitz 2-0-4, Garabedian 1-2-4, Levesque 1-3-5, Winn 0-0-0, Robinson 1-1-3, Hugger 0-0-0, Bird 0-0-0, McGrath 2-3-8, Field 3-0-9. Totals 10-9-33.

OLD ROCHESTER (50)

Fernandes 4-1-10, Horan 7-0-14, Johnson 6-3-16, Brogioli 0-0-0, Higgins 2-0-4, N. Butler 2-2-6, S. Butler 1-0-2. Totals 22-6-50.

Hoosac Valley     6     10     8     9     —     33

Old Rochester     19     9     13     8     —     50

3-point goals — HV 4 (Field 3, McGrath). OR 2 (Johnson, Fernandes).

Wachusett 54, Taconic 49

HOLDEN — The Braves gave perennial Central Massachusetts Division I powerhouse and unbeaten Wachusett Regional (20-0) all it could handle, before falling just a bit short. It was the closest Wachusett had been to a loss since it beat Worcester Holy Name 53-45 back on Jan. 3.

The big quarter for Wachusett was the third, when it held Taconic (17-2) to 11 points, while scoring 15 of its own.

Ciany Conyers and Tamia Patrick each had 12 points to lead the Braves. Patrick also had eight rebounds. Belle Lanpher scored 22 for Wachusett.

This was a Wachusett team that won a Central Mass. D-I title two years ago and has been in five straight finals.

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TACONIC (49)

Buda 1-0-2, Conyers 5-1-12, Bramer 3-2-10, Phillips 3-2-11, Patrick 4-3-12, Cross 1-0-2. Totals 17-8-49

WACHUSETT (54)

Allya 1-0-3, Davis 3-1-7, Lanpher 7-5-22, King 2-0-4, Hand 4-2-10, Peto 3-0-8. Totals 20-8-54.

Taconic     11     10     11     17     —     49

Wachusett     11     12     15     16     —     54

3-point goals — T 7 (Phillips 3, Bramer 2, Conyers, Patrick). W 6 (Lanpher 3, Peto 2, Allya).

High School Hockey

Easthampton 8, Drury 0

NORTH ADAMS — It was a rough night on the ice for host Drury (4-7-3, 2-3-1), as Easthampton scored three goals in the first period and pulled away.

Ryan O'Connor had a big night for the Eagles, getting a hat trick and two assists. He recorded his hat trick on a goal at 9:58 of the third period. Garren Fugiel chipped in with two goals and two assists.

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Easthampton     3     2     3     —     8

Drury     0     0     0     —     0

First Period

E — Ryan O'Connor (Tyler Galpin), 3:26. E — Galpin (Ethan Marowitz, O'Connor), 5:27. E — Matt Sullivan (Owen Duda, Garren Fugiel), 7:10.

Second Period

E — Fugiel (Matt Sullivan, O'Connor), 10:16. E — Fugiel (unassisted), 14:00.

Third Period

E — Jake DeLisle (Fugiel, Pete Sullivan), 7:15. E — O'Connor (Marowitz), 9:11. E — O'Connor (Liam Reynolds), 9:58.

Goalies — E: Jayden Darling. D: Nate Haley.

3-point goals — HV 5 (Stubbs 3, Swistak, Levesque). T 4 (I. Percy 2, E. Percy, Sanogo).

Monument Mountain 87, Granby 62

GREAT BARRINGTON — Dion Brown scored a game-high 37 points as the Spartans (14-5) advanced to the championship game of the Monument Winter Classic. Connor Hanavan added 17 for Monument.

The Spartans jumped out to a 19-8 lead after one quarter, extending the advantage to 48-27 at the half. The Rams could not catch up.

"After we had that tough loss to Wahconah, our kids have rebounded well," Monument coach Randy Koldys said. "We're getting better defensively, and there's no better time to do that."

The Spartans may need to be better on defense in the championship game, after Dracut put the century mark on the scoreboard. Dracut downed Gilbert, Conn. 109-77. The Spartans will play Dracut in the final tonight at 7 p.m. in Great Barrington.

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GRANBY (62)

Wishart 3-4-12, Torres 1-0-2, Breault 1-3-6, Sudbury 0-1-1, Moriarty 2-2-6, Gaj 3-2-9, Gaughan 6-3-16, Hart 4-0-10, White 0-0-0, Flaherty 0-0-0, L'Abbee 0-0-0. Totals 20-15-62.

MONUMENT MOUNTAIN (87)

Santos 0-0-0, Harris 0-0-0, Gidarakos 3-0-9, Boyko 0-0-0, Buffoni 0-0-0, Hanavan 5-4-17, Brown 15-3-37, Carr 0-0-0, Kronenberg 4-0-8, Robbins 3-0-8, Goffin 4-0-8, Wellenkamp 0-0-0, Smith 0-0-0. Totals 34-7-87

Granby     8     19     18     17     —     62

Monument     19     29     28     11     —     87

3-point goals — G 7 (Hart 2, Wishart 2, Breault, Gaj, Gaughan). MM 10 (Brown 4, Hanavan 3, Gidarakos 3, Robbins 2).

Drury 60, Frontier 46

NORTH ADAMS — Scott McGuire Jr. scored a game-high 22 points as host Drury (12-7) beat Frontier.

The win was the fourth in five games for the Blue Devils, and improved their record against non-Berkshire County teams to 5-1.

McGuire now has 1,649 career points and needs six to pass former St. Joseph's standout Tank Roberson, who has 1,654. The Blue Devils play at home against Pittsfield Wednesday night.

Drury's defense was outstanding in the first half, as coach Jack Racette's squad held the Red Hawks to just 17 points in 16 minutes.

Louis Guillotte had 17 for Drury and Hunter Sarkis added 10.

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FRONTIER (46)

Hoffman

DRURY (60)

McGuire 8-3-22, Sarkis 3-2-10, Guillotte 7-1-17, Vidal 1-1-3, Brazeau 4-0-8. Totals 23-7-60.

Frontier     9     8     17     12     —     46

Drury     15     15     11     19     —     60

3-point goals — F 4 (Richter 3, Robinson). D 8 (McGuire 3, Sarkis 3, Guillotte 2).

Girls Basketball

Mount Greylock 30, Lenox 26

LENOX — It came down to the last possible day, but the Mount Greylock girls have earned their way into the Western Massachusetts Division III tournament.

Delaney Babcock scored a game-high 10 points and the Mounties (10-10, 4-4 South) outscored host Lenox 16-9 in the fourth quarter to punch their ticket to the tournament. The Mounties hadn't been in the tournament since 2017.

"I thought it was good defense on both ends," Lenox coach Nicole Patella said. "We couldn't find a rhythm offensively. I thought we did a good job on their rhythm."

Sophie Patella led Lenox (12-7, 6-2) with eight points.

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MOUNT GREYLOCK (30)

Ross 2-0-4, Schwarzer 2-0-4, Babcock 4-2-10, Stevens 3-0-9, Gilooly 1-0-3. Totals 12-2-30.

LENOX (26)

Alward 2-0-4, Reis 0-0-0, Patella 4-0-8, Paul 2-0-5, Nichols 1-0-2, Najimy 1-0-2, Giardina 2-1-5. Totals 12-1-26.

Mount Greylock     5     5     4     16     —     30

Lenox     9     6     2     9     —     26

3-point goals — MG 4 (Stevens 3, Gilooly). L 1 (Paul).

Old Rochester 50, Hoosac Valley 33

FOXBOROUGH —The Hurricanes (13-6) fell behind 19-6 after one quarter, and while they were able to make runs at Old Rochester (17-2), they could not catch up.

"They were a little too much for us inside," Hoosac coach Ron Wojcik said.

Sarah Field led Hoosac with nine points. Cadence Johnson had 16 to pace Old Rochester.

Hoosac will play Scituate in the second round of the Foxborough Tournament at 2:45 p.m.

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HOOSAC VALLEY (33)

Canales 0-0-0, Bilitz 2-0-4, Garabedian 1-2-4, Levesque 1-3-5, Winn 0-0-0, Robinson 1-1-3, Hugger 0-0-0, Bird 0-0-0, McGrath 2-3-8, Field 3-0-9. Totals 10-9-33.

OLD ROCHESTER (50)

Fernandes 4-1-10, Horan 7-0-14, Johnson 6-3-16, Brogioli 0-0-0, Higgins 2-0-4, N. Butler 2-2-6, S. Butler 1-0-2. Totals 22-6-50.

Hoosac Valley     6     10     8     9     —     33

Old Rochester     19     9     13     8     —     50

3-point goals — HV 4 (Field 3, McGrath). OR 2 (Johnson, Fernandes).

Wachusett 54, Taconic 49

HOLDEN — The Braves gave perennial Central Massachusetts Division I powerhouse and unbeaten Wachusett Regional (20-0) all it could handle, before falling just a bit short. It was the closest Wachusett had been to a loss since it beat Worcester Holy Name 53-45 back on Jan. 3.

The big quarter for Wachusett was the third, when it held Taconic (17-2) to 11 points, while scoring 15 of its own.

Ciany Conyers and Tamia Patrick each had 12 points to lead the Braves. Patrick also had eight rebounds. Belle Lanpher scored 22 for Wachusett.

This was a Wachusett team that won a Central Mass. D-I title two years ago and has been in five straight finals.

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TACONIC (49)

Buda 1-0-2, Conyers 5-1-12, Bramer 3-2-10, Phillips 3-2-11, Patrick 4-3-12, Cross 1-0-2. Totals 17-8-49

WACHUSETT (54)

Allya 1-0-3, Davis 3-1-7, Lanpher 7-5-22, King 2-0-4, Hand 4-2-10, Peto 3-0-8. Totals 20-8-54.

Taconic     11     10     11     17     —     49

Wachusett     11     12     15     16     —     54

3-point goals — T 7 (Phillips 3, Bramer 2, Conyers, Patrick). W 6 (Lanpher 3, Peto 2, Allya).

High School Hockey

Easthampton 8, Drury 0

NORTH ADAMS — It was a rough night on the ice for host Drury (4-7-3, 2-3-1), as Easthampton scored three goals in the first period and pulled away.

Ryan O'Connor had a big night for the Eagles, getting a hat trick and two assists. He recorded his hat trick on a goal at 9:58 of the third period. Garren Fugiel chipped in with two goals and two assists.

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Easthampton     3     2     3     —     8

Drury     0     0     0     —     0

First Period

E — Ryan O'Connor (Tyler Galpin), 3:26. E — Galpin (Ethan Marowitz, O'Connor), 5:27. E — Matt Sullivan (Owen Duda, Garren Fugiel), 7:10.

Second Period

E — Fugiel (Matt Sullivan, O'Connor), 10:16. E — Fugiel (unassisted), 14:00.

Third Period

E — Jake DeLisle (Fugiel, Pete Sullivan), 7:15. E — O'Connor (Marowitz), 9:11. E — O'Connor (Liam Reynolds), 9:58.

Goalies — E: Jayden Darling. D: Nate Haley.

Monument     19     29     28     11     —     87

3-point goals — G 7 (Hart 2, Wishart 2, Breault, Gaj, Gaughan). MM 10 (Brown 4, Hanavan 3, Gidarakos 3, Robbins 2).

Drury 60, Frontier 46

NORTH ADAMS — Scott McGuire Jr. scored a game-high 22 points as host Drury (12-7) beat Frontier.

The win was the fourth in five games for the Blue Devils, and improved their record against non-Berkshire County teams to 5-1.

McGuire now has 1,649 career points and needs six to pass former St. Joseph's standout Tank Roberson, who has 1,654. The Blue Devils play at home against Pittsfield Wednesday night.

Drury's defense was outstanding in the first half, as coach Jack Racette's squad held the Red Hawks to just 17 points in 16 minutes.

Louis Guillotte had 17 for Drury and Hunter Sarkis added 10.

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FRONTIER (46)

Hoffman

DRURY (60)

McGuire 8-3-22, Sarkis 3-2-10, Guillotte 7-1-17, Vidal 1-1-3, Brazeau 4-0-8. Totals 23-7-60.

Frontier     9     8     17     12     —     46

Drury     15     15     11     19     —     60

3-point goals — F 4 (Richter 3, Robinson). D 8 (McGuire 3, Sarkis 3, Guillotte 2).

Girls Basketball

Mount Greylock 30, Lenox 26

LENOX — It came down to the last possible day, but the Mount Greylock girls have earned their way into the Western Massachusetts Division III tournament.

Delaney Babcock scored a game-high 10 points and the Mounties (10-10, 4-4 South) outscored host Lenox 16-9 in the fourth quarter to punch their ticket to the tournament. The Mounties hadn't been in the tournament since 2017.

"I thought it was good defense on both ends," Lenox coach Nicole Patella said. "We couldn't find a rhythm offensively. I thought we did a good job on their rhythm."

Sophie Patella led Lenox (12-7, 6-2) with eight points.

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MOUNT GREYLOCK (30)

Ross 2-0-4, Schwarzer 2-0-4, Babcock 4-2-10, Stevens 3-0-9, Gilooly 1-0-3. Totals 12-2-30.

LENOX (26)

Alward 2-0-4, Reis 0-0-0, Patella 4-0-8, Paul 2-0-5, Nichols 1-0-2, Najimy 1-0-2, Giardina 2-1-5. Totals 12-1-26.

Mount Greylock     5     5     4     16     —     30

Lenox     9     6     2     9     —     26

3-point goals — MG 4 (Stevens 3, Gilooly). L 1 (Paul).

Old Rochester 50, Hoosac Valley 33

FOXBOROUGH —The Hurricanes (13-6) fell behind 19-6 after one quarter, and while they were able to make runs at Old Rochester (17-2), they could not catch up.

"They were a little too much for us inside," Hoosac coach Ron Wojcik said.

Sarah Field led Hoosac with nine points. Cadence Johnson had 16 to pace Old Rochester.

Hoosac will play Scituate in the second round of the Foxborough Tournament at 2:45 p.m.

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HOOSAC VALLEY (33)

Canales 0-0-0, Bilitz 2-0-4, Garabedian 1-2-4, Levesque 1-3-5, Winn 0-0-0, Robinson 1-1-3, Hugger 0-0-0, Bird 0-0-0, McGrath 2-3-8, Field 3-0-9. Totals 10-9-33.

OLD ROCHESTER (50)

Fernandes 4-1-10, Horan 7-0-14, Johnson 6-3-16, Brogioli 0-0-0, Higgins 2-0-4, N. Butler 2-2-6, S. Butler 1-0-2. Totals 22-6-50.

Hoosac Valley     6     10     8     9     —     33

Old Rochester     19     9     13     8     —     50

3-point goals — HV 4 (Field 3, McGrath). OR 2 (Johnson, Fernandes).

Wachusett 54, Taconic 49

HOLDEN — The Braves gave perennial Central Massachusetts Division I powerhouse and unbeaten Wachusett Regional (20-0) all it could handle, before falling just a bit short. It was the closest Wachusett had been to a loss since it beat Worcester Holy Name 53-45 back on Jan. 3.

The big quarter for Wachusett was the third, when it held Taconic (17-2) to 11 points, while scoring 15 of its own.

Ciany Conyers and Tamia Patrick each had 12 points to lead the Braves. Patrick also had eight rebounds. Belle Lanpher scored 22 for Wachusett.

This was a Wachusett team that won a Central Mass. D-I title two years ago and has been in five straight finals.

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TACONIC (49)

Buda 1-0-2, Conyers 5-1-12, Bramer 3-2-10, Phillips 3-2-11, Patrick 4-3-12, Cross 1-0-2. Totals 17-8-49

WACHUSETT (54)

Allya 1-0-3, Davis 3-1-7, Lanpher 7-5-22, King 2-0-4, Hand 4-2-10, Peto 3-0-8. Totals 20-8-54.

Taconic     11     10     11     17     —     49

Wachusett     11     12     15     16     —     54

3-point goals — T 7 (Phillips 3, Bramer 2, Conyers, Patrick). W 6 (Lanpher 3, Peto 2, Allya).

High School Hockey

Easthampton 8, Drury 0

NORTH ADAMS — It was a rough night on the ice for host Drury (4-7-3, 2-3-1), as Easthampton scored three goals in the first period and pulled away.

Ryan O'Connor had a big night for the Eagles, getting a hat trick and two assists. He recorded his hat trick on a goal at 9:58 of the third period. Garren Fugiel chipped in with two goals and two assists.

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Easthampton     3     2     3     —     8

Drury     0     0     0     —     0

First Period

E — Ryan O'Connor (Tyler Galpin), 3:26. E — Galpin (Ethan Marowitz, O'Connor), 5:27. E — Matt Sullivan (Owen Duda, Garren Fugiel), 7:10.

Second Period

E — Fugiel (Matt Sullivan, O'Connor), 10:16. E — Fugiel (unassisted), 14:00.

Third Period

E — Jake DeLisle (Fugiel, Pete Sullivan), 7:15. E — O'Connor (Marowitz), 9:11. E — O'Connor (Liam Reynolds), 9:58.

Goalies — E: Jayden Darling. D: Nate Haley.

3-point goals — G 7 (Hart 2, Wishart 2, Breault, Gaj, Gaughan). MM 10 (Brown 4, Hanavan 3, Gidarakos 3, Robbins 2).

Drury 60, Frontier 46

NORTH ADAMS — Scott McGuire Jr. scored a game-high 22 points as host Drury (12-7) beat Frontier.

The win was the fourth in five games for the Blue Devils, and improved their record against non-Berkshire County teams to 5-1.

McGuire now has 1,649 career points and needs six to pass former St. Joseph's standout Tank Roberson, who has 1,654. The Blue Devils play at home against Pittsfield Wednesday night.

Drury's defense was outstanding in the first half, as coach Jack Racette's squad held the Red Hawks to just 17 points in 16 minutes.

Louis Guillotte had 17 for Drury and Hunter Sarkis added 10.

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FRONTIER (46)

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DRURY (60)

McGuire 8-3-22, Sarkis 3-2-10, Guillotte 7-1-17, Vidal 1-1-3, Brazeau 4-0-8. Totals 23-7-60.

Frontier     9     8     17     12     —     46

Drury     15     15     11     19     —     60

3-point goals — F 4 (Richter 3, Robinson). D 8 (McGuire 3, Sarkis 3, Guillotte 2).

Girls Basketball

Mount Greylock 30, Lenox 26

LENOX — It came down to the last possible day, but the Mount Greylock girls have earned their way into the Western Massachusetts Division III tournament.

Delaney Babcock scored a game-high 10 points and the Mounties (10-10, 4-4 South) outscored host Lenox 16-9 in the fourth quarter to punch their ticket to the tournament. The Mounties hadn't been in the tournament since 2017.

"I thought it was good defense on both ends," Lenox coach Nicole Patella said. "We couldn't find a rhythm offensively. I thought we did a good job on their rhythm."

Sophie Patella led Lenox (12-7, 6-2) with eight points.

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MOUNT GREYLOCK (30)

Ross 2-0-4, Schwarzer 2-0-4, Babcock 4-2-10, Stevens 3-0-9, Gilooly 1-0-3. Totals 12-2-30.

LENOX (26)

Alward 2-0-4, Reis 0-0-0, Patella 4-0-8, Paul 2-0-5, Nichols 1-0-2, Najimy 1-0-2, Giardina 2-1-5. Totals 12-1-26.

Mount Greylock     5     5     4     16     —     30

Lenox     9     6     2     9     —     26

3-point goals — MG 4 (Stevens 3, Gilooly). L 1 (Paul).

Old Rochester 50, Hoosac Valley 33

FOXBOROUGH —The Hurricanes (13-6) fell behind 19-6 after one quarter, and while they were able to make runs at Old Rochester (17-2), they could not catch up.

"They were a little too much for us inside," Hoosac coach Ron Wojcik said.

Sarah Field led Hoosac with nine points. Cadence Johnson had 16 to pace Old Rochester.

Hoosac will play Scituate in the second round of the Foxborough Tournament at 2:45 p.m.

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HOOSAC VALLEY (33)

Canales 0-0-0, Bilitz 2-0-4, Garabedian 1-2-4, Levesque 1-3-5, Winn 0-0-0, Robinson 1-1-3, Hugger 0-0-0, Bird 0-0-0, McGrath 2-3-8, Field 3-0-9. Totals 10-9-33.

OLD ROCHESTER (50)

Fernandes 4-1-10, Horan 7-0-14, Johnson 6-3-16, Brogioli 0-0-0, Higgins 2-0-4, N. Butler 2-2-6, S. Butler 1-0-2. Totals 22-6-50.

Hoosac Valley     6     10     8     9     —     33

Old Rochester     19     9     13     8     —     50

3-point goals — HV 4 (Field 3, McGrath). OR 2 (Johnson, Fernandes).

Wachusett 54, Taconic 49

HOLDEN — The Braves gave perennial Central Massachusetts Division I powerhouse and unbeaten Wachusett Regional (20-0) all it could handle, before falling just a bit short. It was the closest Wachusett had been to a loss since it beat Worcester Holy Name 53-45 back on Jan. 3.

The big quarter for Wachusett was the third, when it held Taconic (17-2) to 11 points, while scoring 15 of its own.

Ciany Conyers and Tamia Patrick each had 12 points to lead the Braves. Patrick also had eight rebounds. Belle Lanpher scored 22 for Wachusett.

This was a Wachusett team that won a Central Mass. D-I title two years ago and has been in five straight finals.

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TACONIC (49)

Buda 1-0-2, Conyers 5-1-12, Bramer 3-2-10, Phillips 3-2-11, Patrick 4-3-12, Cross 1-0-2. Totals 17-8-49

WACHUSETT (54)

Allya 1-0-3, Davis 3-1-7, Lanpher 7-5-22, King 2-0-4, Hand 4-2-10, Peto 3-0-8. Totals 20-8-54.

Taconic     11     10     11     17     —     49

Wachusett     11     12     15     16     —     54

3-point goals — T 7 (Phillips 3, Bramer 2, Conyers, Patrick). W 6 (Lanpher 3, Peto 2, Allya).

High School Hockey

Easthampton 8, Drury 0

NORTH ADAMS — It was a rough night on the ice for host Drury (4-7-3, 2-3-1), as Easthampton scored three goals in the first period and pulled away.

Ryan O'Connor had a big night for the Eagles, getting a hat trick and two assists. He recorded his hat trick on a goal at 9:58 of the third period. Garren Fugiel chipped in with two goals and two assists.

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Easthampton     3     2     3     —     8

Drury     0     0     0     —     0

First Period

E — Ryan O'Connor (Tyler Galpin), 3:26. E — Galpin (Ethan Marowitz, O'Connor), 5:27. E — Matt Sullivan (Owen Duda, Garren Fugiel), 7:10.

Second Period

E — Fugiel (Matt Sullivan, O'Connor), 10:16. E — Fugiel (unassisted), 14:00.

Third Period

E — Jake DeLisle (Fugiel, Pete Sullivan), 7:15. E — O'Connor (Marowitz), 9:11. E — O'Connor (Liam Reynolds), 9:58.

Goalies — E: Jayden Darling. D: Nate Haley.

Drury     15     15     11     19     —     60

3-point goals — F 4 (Richter 3, Robinson). D 8 (McGuire 3, Sarkis 3, Guillotte 2).

Girls Basketball

Mount Greylock 30, Lenox 26

LENOX — It came down to the last possible day, but the Mount Greylock girls have earned their way into the Western Massachusetts Division III tournament.

Delaney Babcock scored a game-high 10 points and the Mounties (10-10, 4-4 South) outscored host Lenox 16-9 in the fourth quarter to punch their ticket to the tournament. The Mounties hadn't been in the tournament since 2017.

"I thought it was good defense on both ends," Lenox coach Nicole Patella said. "We couldn't find a rhythm offensively. I thought we did a good job on their rhythm."

Sophie Patella led Lenox (12-7, 6-2) with eight points.

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MOUNT GREYLOCK (30)

Ross 2-0-4, Schwarzer 2-0-4, Babcock 4-2-10, Stevens 3-0-9, Gilooly 1-0-3. Totals 12-2-30.

LENOX (26)

Alward 2-0-4, Reis 0-0-0, Patella 4-0-8, Paul 2-0-5, Nichols 1-0-2, Najimy 1-0-2, Giardina 2-1-5. Totals 12-1-26.

Mount Greylock     5     5     4     16     —     30

Lenox     9     6     2     9     —     26

3-point goals — MG 4 (Stevens 3, Gilooly). L 1 (Paul).

Old Rochester 50, Hoosac Valley 33

FOXBOROUGH —The Hurricanes (13-6) fell behind 19-6 after one quarter, and while they were able to make runs at Old Rochester (17-2), they could not catch up.

"They were a little too much for us inside," Hoosac coach Ron Wojcik said.

Sarah Field led Hoosac with nine points. Cadence Johnson had 16 to pace Old Rochester.

Hoosac will play Scituate in the second round of the Foxborough Tournament at 2:45 p.m.

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HOOSAC VALLEY (33)

Canales 0-0-0, Bilitz 2-0-4, Garabedian 1-2-4, Levesque 1-3-5, Winn 0-0-0, Robinson 1-1-3, Hugger 0-0-0, Bird 0-0-0, McGrath 2-3-8, Field 3-0-9. Totals 10-9-33.

OLD ROCHESTER (50)

Fernandes 4-1-10, Horan 7-0-14, Johnson 6-3-16, Brogioli 0-0-0, Higgins 2-0-4, N. Butler 2-2-6, S. Butler 1-0-2. Totals 22-6-50.

Hoosac Valley     6     10     8     9     —     33

Old Rochester     19     9     13     8     —     50

3-point goals — HV 4 (Field 3, McGrath). OR 2 (Johnson, Fernandes).

Wachusett 54, Taconic 49

HOLDEN — The Braves gave perennial Central Massachusetts Division I powerhouse and unbeaten Wachusett Regional (20-0) all it could handle, before falling just a bit short. It was the closest Wachusett had been to a loss since it beat Worcester Holy Name 53-45 back on Jan. 3.

The big quarter for Wachusett was the third, when it held Taconic (17-2) to 11 points, while scoring 15 of its own.

Ciany Conyers and Tamia Patrick each had 12 points to lead the Braves. Patrick also had eight rebounds. Belle Lanpher scored 22 for Wachusett.

This was a Wachusett team that won a Central Mass. D-I title two years ago and has been in five straight finals.

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TACONIC (49)

Buda 1-0-2, Conyers 5-1-12, Bramer 3-2-10, Phillips 3-2-11, Patrick 4-3-12, Cross 1-0-2. Totals 17-8-49

WACHUSETT (54)

Allya 1-0-3, Davis 3-1-7, Lanpher 7-5-22, King 2-0-4, Hand 4-2-10, Peto 3-0-8. Totals 20-8-54.

Taconic     11     10     11     17     —     49

Wachusett     11     12     15     16     —     54

3-point goals — T 7 (Phillips 3, Bramer 2, Conyers, Patrick). W 6 (Lanpher 3, Peto 2, Allya).

High School Hockey

Easthampton 8, Drury 0

NORTH ADAMS — It was a rough night on the ice for host Drury (4-7-3, 2-3-1), as Easthampton scored three goals in the first period and pulled away.

Ryan O'Connor had a big night for the Eagles, getting a hat trick and two assists. He recorded his hat trick on a goal at 9:58 of the third period. Garren Fugiel chipped in with two goals and two assists.

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Easthampton     3     2     3     —     8

Drury     0     0     0     —     0

First Period

E — Ryan O'Connor (Tyler Galpin), 3:26. E — Galpin (Ethan Marowitz, O'Connor), 5:27. E — Matt Sullivan (Owen Duda, Garren Fugiel), 7:10.

Second Period

E — Fugiel (Matt Sullivan, O'Connor), 10:16. E — Fugiel (unassisted), 14:00.

Third Period

E — Jake DeLisle (Fugiel, Pete Sullivan), 7:15. E — O'Connor (Marowitz), 9:11. E — O'Connor (Liam Reynolds), 9:58.

Goalies — E: Jayden Darling. D: Nate Haley.

3-point goals — F 4 (Richter 3, Robinson). D 8 (McGuire 3, Sarkis 3, Guillotte 2).

Girls Basketball

Mount Greylock 30, Lenox 26

LENOX — It came down to the last possible day, but the Mount Greylock girls have earned their way into the Western Massachusetts Division III tournament.

Delaney Babcock scored a game-high 10 points and the Mounties (10-10, 4-4 South) outscored host Lenox 16-9 in the fourth quarter to punch their ticket to the tournament. The Mounties hadn't been in the tournament since 2017.

"I thought it was good defense on both ends," Lenox coach Nicole Patella said. "We couldn't find a rhythm offensively. I thought we did a good job on their rhythm."

Sophie Patella led Lenox (12-7, 6-2) with eight points.

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MOUNT GREYLOCK (30)

Ross 2-0-4, Schwarzer 2-0-4, Babcock 4-2-10, Stevens 3-0-9, Gilooly 1-0-3. Totals 12-2-30.

LENOX (26)

Alward 2-0-4, Reis 0-0-0, Patella 4-0-8, Paul 2-0-5, Nichols 1-0-2, Najimy 1-0-2, Giardina 2-1-5. Totals 12-1-26.

Mount Greylock     5     5     4     16     —     30

Lenox     9     6     2     9     —     26

3-point goals — MG 4 (Stevens 3, Gilooly). L 1 (Paul).

Old Rochester 50, Hoosac Valley 33

FOXBOROUGH —The Hurricanes (13-6) fell behind 19-6 after one quarter, and while they were able to make runs at Old Rochester (17-2), they could not catch up.

"They were a little too much for us inside," Hoosac coach Ron Wojcik said.

Sarah Field led Hoosac with nine points. Cadence Johnson had 16 to pace Old Rochester.

Hoosac will play Scituate in the second round of the Foxborough Tournament at 2:45 p.m.

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HOOSAC VALLEY (33)

Canales 0-0-0, Bilitz 2-0-4, Garabedian 1-2-4, Levesque 1-3-5, Winn 0-0-0, Robinson 1-1-3, Hugger 0-0-0, Bird 0-0-0, McGrath 2-3-8, Field 3-0-9. Totals 10-9-33.

OLD ROCHESTER (50)

Fernandes 4-1-10, Horan 7-0-14, Johnson 6-3-16, Brogioli 0-0-0, Higgins 2-0-4, N. Butler 2-2-6, S. Butler 1-0-2. Totals 22-6-50.

Hoosac Valley     6     10     8     9     —     33

Old Rochester     19     9     13     8     —     50

3-point goals — HV 4 (Field 3, McGrath). OR 2 (Johnson, Fernandes).

Wachusett 54, Taconic 49

HOLDEN — The Braves gave perennial Central Massachusetts Division I powerhouse and unbeaten Wachusett Regional (20-0) all it could handle, before falling just a bit short. It was the closest Wachusett had been to a loss since it beat Worcester Holy Name 53-45 back on Jan. 3.

The big quarter for Wachusett was the third, when it held Taconic (17-2) to 11 points, while scoring 15 of its own.

Ciany Conyers and Tamia Patrick each had 12 points to lead the Braves. Patrick also had eight rebounds. Belle Lanpher scored 22 for Wachusett.

This was a Wachusett team that won a Central Mass. D-I title two years ago and has been in five straight finals.

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TACONIC (49)

Buda 1-0-2, Conyers 5-1-12, Bramer 3-2-10, Phillips 3-2-11, Patrick 4-3-12, Cross 1-0-2. Totals 17-8-49

WACHUSETT (54)

Allya 1-0-3, Davis 3-1-7, Lanpher 7-5-22, King 2-0-4, Hand 4-2-10, Peto 3-0-8. Totals 20-8-54.

Taconic     11     10     11     17     —     49

Wachusett     11     12     15     16     —     54

3-point goals — T 7 (Phillips 3, Bramer 2, Conyers, Patrick). W 6 (Lanpher 3, Peto 2, Allya).

High School Hockey

Easthampton 8, Drury 0

NORTH ADAMS — It was a rough night on the ice for host Drury (4-7-3, 2-3-1), as Easthampton scored three goals in the first period and pulled away.

Ryan O'Connor had a big night for the Eagles, getting a hat trick and two assists. He recorded his hat trick on a goal at 9:58 of the third period. Garren Fugiel chipped in with two goals and two assists.

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Easthampton     3     2     3     —     8

Drury     0     0     0     —     0

First Period

E — Ryan O'Connor (Tyler Galpin), 3:26. E — Galpin (Ethan Marowitz, O'Connor), 5:27. E — Matt Sullivan (Owen Duda, Garren Fugiel), 7:10.

Second Period

E — Fugiel (Matt Sullivan, O'Connor), 10:16. E — Fugiel (unassisted), 14:00.

Third Period

E — Jake DeLisle (Fugiel, Pete Sullivan), 7:15. E — O'Connor (Marowitz), 9:11. E — O'Connor (Liam Reynolds), 9:58.

Goalies — E: Jayden Darling. D: Nate Haley.

Lenox     9     6     2     9     —     26

3-point goals — MG 4 (Stevens 3, Gilooly). L 1 (Paul).

Old Rochester 50, Hoosac Valley 33

FOXBOROUGH —The Hurricanes (13-6) fell behind 19-6 after one quarter, and while they were able to make runs at Old Rochester (17-2), they could not catch up.

"They were a little too much for us inside," Hoosac coach Ron Wojcik said.

Sarah Field led Hoosac with nine points. Cadence Johnson had 16 to pace Old Rochester.

Hoosac will play Scituate in the second round of the Foxborough Tournament at 2:45 p.m.

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HOOSAC VALLEY (33)

Canales 0-0-0, Bilitz 2-0-4, Garabedian 1-2-4, Levesque 1-3-5, Winn 0-0-0, Robinson 1-1-3, Hugger 0-0-0, Bird 0-0-0, McGrath 2-3-8, Field 3-0-9. Totals 10-9-33.

OLD ROCHESTER (50)

Fernandes 4-1-10, Horan 7-0-14, Johnson 6-3-16, Brogioli 0-0-0, Higgins 2-0-4, N. Butler 2-2-6, S. Butler 1-0-2. Totals 22-6-50.

Hoosac Valley     6     10     8     9     —     33

Old Rochester     19     9     13     8     —     50

3-point goals — HV 4 (Field 3, McGrath). OR 2 (Johnson, Fernandes).

Wachusett 54, Taconic 49

HOLDEN — The Braves gave perennial Central Massachusetts Division I powerhouse and unbeaten Wachusett Regional (20-0) all it could handle, before falling just a bit short. It was the closest Wachusett had been to a loss since it beat Worcester Holy Name 53-45 back on Jan. 3.

The big quarter for Wachusett was the third, when it held Taconic (17-2) to 11 points, while scoring 15 of its own.

Ciany Conyers and Tamia Patrick each had 12 points to lead the Braves. Patrick also had eight rebounds. Belle Lanpher scored 22 for Wachusett.

This was a Wachusett team that won a Central Mass. D-I title two years ago and has been in five straight finals.

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TACONIC (49)

Buda 1-0-2, Conyers 5-1-12, Bramer 3-2-10, Phillips 3-2-11, Patrick 4-3-12, Cross 1-0-2. Totals 17-8-49

WACHUSETT (54)

Allya 1-0-3, Davis 3-1-7, Lanpher 7-5-22, King 2-0-4, Hand 4-2-10, Peto 3-0-8. Totals 20-8-54.

Taconic     11     10     11     17     —     49

Wachusett     11     12     15     16     —     54

3-point goals — T 7 (Phillips 3, Bramer 2, Conyers, Patrick). W 6 (Lanpher 3, Peto 2, Allya).

High School Hockey

Easthampton 8, Drury 0

NORTH ADAMS — It was a rough night on the ice for host Drury (4-7-3, 2-3-1), as Easthampton scored three goals in the first period and pulled away.

Ryan O'Connor had a big night for the Eagles, getting a hat trick and two assists. He recorded his hat trick on a goal at 9:58 of the third period. Garren Fugiel chipped in with two goals and two assists.

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Easthampton     3     2     3     —     8

Drury     0     0     0     —     0

First Period

E — Ryan O'Connor (Tyler Galpin), 3:26. E — Galpin (Ethan Marowitz, O'Connor), 5:27. E — Matt Sullivan (Owen Duda, Garren Fugiel), 7:10.

Second Period

E — Fugiel (Matt Sullivan, O'Connor), 10:16. E — Fugiel (unassisted), 14:00.

Third Period

E — Jake DeLisle (Fugiel, Pete Sullivan), 7:15. E — O'Connor (Marowitz), 9:11. E — O'Connor (Liam Reynolds), 9:58.

Goalies — E: Jayden Darling. D: Nate Haley.

3-point goals — MG 4 (Stevens 3, Gilooly). L 1 (Paul).

Old Rochester 50, Hoosac Valley 33

FOXBOROUGH —The Hurricanes (13-6) fell behind 19-6 after one quarter, and while they were able to make runs at Old Rochester (17-2), they could not catch up.

"They were a little too much for us inside," Hoosac coach Ron Wojcik said.

Sarah Field led Hoosac with nine points. Cadence Johnson had 16 to pace Old Rochester.

Hoosac will play Scituate in the second round of the Foxborough Tournament at 2:45 p.m.

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HOOSAC VALLEY (33)

Canales 0-0-0, Bilitz 2-0-4, Garabedian 1-2-4, Levesque 1-3-5, Winn 0-0-0, Robinson 1-1-3, Hugger 0-0-0, Bird 0-0-0, McGrath 2-3-8, Field 3-0-9. Totals 10-9-33.

OLD ROCHESTER (50)

Fernandes 4-1-10, Horan 7-0-14, Johnson 6-3-16, Brogioli 0-0-0, Higgins 2-0-4, N. Butler 2-2-6, S. Butler 1-0-2. Totals 22-6-50.

Hoosac Valley     6     10     8     9     —     33

Old Rochester     19     9     13     8     —     50

3-point goals — HV 4 (Field 3, McGrath). OR 2 (Johnson, Fernandes).

Wachusett 54, Taconic 49

HOLDEN — The Braves gave perennial Central Massachusetts Division I powerhouse and unbeaten Wachusett Regional (20-0) all it could handle, before falling just a bit short. It was the closest Wachusett had been to a loss since it beat Worcester Holy Name 53-45 back on Jan. 3.

The big quarter for Wachusett was the third, when it held Taconic (17-2) to 11 points, while scoring 15 of its own.

Ciany Conyers and Tamia Patrick each had 12 points to lead the Braves. Patrick also had eight rebounds. Belle Lanpher scored 22 for Wachusett.

This was a Wachusett team that won a Central Mass. D-I title two years ago and has been in five straight finals.

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TACONIC (49)

Buda 1-0-2, Conyers 5-1-12, Bramer 3-2-10, Phillips 3-2-11, Patrick 4-3-12, Cross 1-0-2. Totals 17-8-49

WACHUSETT (54)

Allya 1-0-3, Davis 3-1-7, Lanpher 7-5-22, King 2-0-4, Hand 4-2-10, Peto 3-0-8. Totals 20-8-54.

Taconic     11     10     11     17     —     49

Wachusett     11     12     15     16     —     54

3-point goals — T 7 (Phillips 3, Bramer 2, Conyers, Patrick). W 6 (Lanpher 3, Peto 2, Allya).

High School Hockey

Easthampton 8, Drury 0

NORTH ADAMS — It was a rough night on the ice for host Drury (4-7-3, 2-3-1), as Easthampton scored three goals in the first period and pulled away.

Ryan O'Connor had a big night for the Eagles, getting a hat trick and two assists. He recorded his hat trick on a goal at 9:58 of the third period. Garren Fugiel chipped in with two goals and two assists.

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Easthampton     3     2     3     —     8

Drury     0     0     0     —     0

First Period

E — Ryan O'Connor (Tyler Galpin), 3:26. E — Galpin (Ethan Marowitz, O'Connor), 5:27. E — Matt Sullivan (Owen Duda, Garren Fugiel), 7:10.

Second Period

E — Fugiel (Matt Sullivan, O'Connor), 10:16. E — Fugiel (unassisted), 14:00.

Third Period

E — Jake DeLisle (Fugiel, Pete Sullivan), 7:15. E — O'Connor (Marowitz), 9:11. E — O'Connor (Liam Reynolds), 9:58.

Goalies — E: Jayden Darling. D: Nate Haley.

Old Rochester     19     9     13     8     —     50

3-point goals — HV 4 (Field 3, McGrath). OR 2 (Johnson, Fernandes).

Wachusett 54, Taconic 49

HOLDEN — The Braves gave perennial Central Massachusetts Division I powerhouse and unbeaten Wachusett Regional (20-0) all it could handle, before falling just a bit short. It was the closest Wachusett had been to a loss since it beat Worcester Holy Name 53-45 back on Jan. 3.

The big quarter for Wachusett was the third, when it held Taconic (17-2) to 11 points, while scoring 15 of its own.

Ciany Conyers and Tamia Patrick each had 12 points to lead the Braves. Patrick also had eight rebounds. Belle Lanpher scored 22 for Wachusett.

This was a Wachusett team that won a Central Mass. D-I title two years ago and has been in five straight finals.

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TACONIC (49)

Buda 1-0-2, Conyers 5-1-12, Bramer 3-2-10, Phillips 3-2-11, Patrick 4-3-12, Cross 1-0-2. Totals 17-8-49

WACHUSETT (54)

Allya 1-0-3, Davis 3-1-7, Lanpher 7-5-22, King 2-0-4, Hand 4-2-10, Peto 3-0-8. Totals 20-8-54.

Taconic     11     10     11     17     —     49

Wachusett     11     12     15     16     —     54

3-point goals — T 7 (Phillips 3, Bramer 2, Conyers, Patrick). W 6 (Lanpher 3, Peto 2, Allya).

High School Hockey

Easthampton 8, Drury 0

NORTH ADAMS — It was a rough night on the ice for host Drury (4-7-3, 2-3-1), as Easthampton scored three goals in the first period and pulled away.

Ryan O'Connor had a big night for the Eagles, getting a hat trick and two assists. He recorded his hat trick on a goal at 9:58 of the third period. Garren Fugiel chipped in with two goals and two assists.

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Easthampton     3     2     3     —     8

Drury     0     0     0     —     0

First Period

E — Ryan O'Connor (Tyler Galpin), 3:26. E — Galpin (Ethan Marowitz, O'Connor), 5:27. E — Matt Sullivan (Owen Duda, Garren Fugiel), 7:10.

Second Period

E — Fugiel (Matt Sullivan, O'Connor), 10:16. E — Fugiel (unassisted), 14:00.

Third Period

E — Jake DeLisle (Fugiel, Pete Sullivan), 7:15. E — O'Connor (Marowitz), 9:11. E — O'Connor (Liam Reynolds), 9:58.

Goalies — E: Jayden Darling. D: Nate Haley.

3-point goals — HV 4 (Field 3, McGrath). OR 2 (Johnson, Fernandes).

Wachusett 54, Taconic 49

HOLDEN — The Braves gave perennial Central Massachusetts Division I powerhouse and unbeaten Wachusett Regional (20-0) all it could handle, before falling just a bit short. It was the closest Wachusett had been to a loss since it beat Worcester Holy Name 53-45 back on Jan. 3.

The big quarter for Wachusett was the third, when it held Taconic (17-2) to 11 points, while scoring 15 of its own.

Ciany Conyers and Tamia Patrick each had 12 points to lead the Braves. Patrick also had eight rebounds. Belle Lanpher scored 22 for Wachusett.

This was a Wachusett team that won a Central Mass. D-I title two years ago and has been in five straight finals.

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TACONIC (49)

Buda 1-0-2, Conyers 5-1-12, Bramer 3-2-10, Phillips 3-2-11, Patrick 4-3-12, Cross 1-0-2. Totals 17-8-49

WACHUSETT (54)

Allya 1-0-3, Davis 3-1-7, Lanpher 7-5-22, King 2-0-4, Hand 4-2-10, Peto 3-0-8. Totals 20-8-54.

Taconic     11     10     11     17     —     49

Wachusett     11     12     15     16     —     54

3-point goals — T 7 (Phillips 3, Bramer 2, Conyers, Patrick). W 6 (Lanpher 3, Peto 2, Allya).

High School Hockey

Easthampton 8, Drury 0

NORTH ADAMS — It was a rough night on the ice for host Drury (4-7-3, 2-3-1), as Easthampton scored three goals in the first period and pulled away.

Ryan O'Connor had a big night for the Eagles, getting a hat trick and two assists. He recorded his hat trick on a goal at 9:58 of the third period. Garren Fugiel chipped in with two goals and two assists.

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Easthampton     3     2     3     —     8

Drury     0     0     0     —     0

First Period

E — Ryan O'Connor (Tyler Galpin), 3:26. E — Galpin (Ethan Marowitz, O'Connor), 5:27. E — Matt Sullivan (Owen Duda, Garren Fugiel), 7:10.

Second Period

E — Fugiel (Matt Sullivan, O'Connor), 10:16. E — Fugiel (unassisted), 14:00.

Third Period

E — Jake DeLisle (Fugiel, Pete Sullivan), 7:15. E — O'Connor (Marowitz), 9:11. E — O'Connor (Liam Reynolds), 9:58.

Goalies — E: Jayden Darling. D: Nate Haley.

Wachusett     11     12     15     16     —     54

3-point goals — T 7 (Phillips 3, Bramer 2, Conyers, Patrick). W 6 (Lanpher 3, Peto 2, Allya).

High School Hockey

Easthampton 8, Drury 0

NORTH ADAMS — It was a rough night on the ice for host Drury (4-7-3, 2-3-1), as Easthampton scored three goals in the first period and pulled away.

Ryan O'Connor had a big night for the Eagles, getting a hat trick and two assists. He recorded his hat trick on a goal at 9:58 of the third period. Garren Fugiel chipped in with two goals and two assists.

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Easthampton     3     2     3     —     8

Drury     0     0     0     —     0

First Period

E — Ryan O'Connor (Tyler Galpin), 3:26. E — Galpin (Ethan Marowitz, O'Connor), 5:27. E — Matt Sullivan (Owen Duda, Garren Fugiel), 7:10.

Second Period

E — Fugiel (Matt Sullivan, O'Connor), 10:16. E — Fugiel (unassisted), 14:00.

Third Period

E — Jake DeLisle (Fugiel, Pete Sullivan), 7:15. E — O'Connor (Marowitz), 9:11. E — O'Connor (Liam Reynolds), 9:58.

Goalies — E: Jayden Darling. D: Nate Haley.

3-point goals — T 7 (Phillips 3, Bramer 2, Conyers, Patrick). W 6 (Lanpher 3, Peto 2, Allya).

High School Hockey

Easthampton 8, Drury 0

NORTH ADAMS — It was a rough night on the ice for host Drury (4-7-3, 2-3-1), as Easthampton scored three goals in the first period and pulled away.

Ryan O'Connor had a big night for the Eagles, getting a hat trick and two assists. He recorded his hat trick on a goal at 9:58 of the third period. Garren Fugiel chipped in with two goals and two assists.

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Easthampton     3     2     3     —     8

Drury     0     0     0     —     0

First Period

E — Ryan O'Connor (Tyler Galpin), 3:26. E — Galpin (Ethan Marowitz, O'Connor), 5:27. E — Matt Sullivan (Owen Duda, Garren Fugiel), 7:10.

Second Period

E — Fugiel (Matt Sullivan, O'Connor), 10:16. E — Fugiel (unassisted), 14:00.

Third Period

E — Jake DeLisle (Fugiel, Pete Sullivan), 7:15. E — O'Connor (Marowitz), 9:11. E — O'Connor (Liam Reynolds), 9:58.

Goalies — E: Jayden Darling. D: Nate Haley.

Drury     0     0     0     —     0

First Period

E — Ryan O'Connor (Tyler Galpin), 3:26. E — Galpin (Ethan Marowitz, O'Connor), 5:27. E — Matt Sullivan (Owen Duda, Garren Fugiel), 7:10.

Second Period

E — Fugiel (Matt Sullivan, O'Connor), 10:16. E — Fugiel (unassisted), 14:00.

Third Period

E — Jake DeLisle (Fugiel, Pete Sullivan), 7:15. E — O'Connor (Marowitz), 9:11. E — O'Connor (Liam Reynolds), 9:58.

Goalies — E: Jayden Darling. D: Nate Haley.

First Period

E — Ryan O'Connor (Tyler Galpin), 3:26. E — Galpin (Ethan Marowitz, O'Connor), 5:27. E — Matt Sullivan (Owen Duda, Garren Fugiel), 7:10.

Second Period

E — Fugiel (Matt Sullivan, O'Connor), 10:16. E — Fugiel (unassisted), 14:00.

Third Period

E — Jake DeLisle (Fugiel, Pete Sullivan), 7:15. E — O'Connor (Marowitz), 9:11. E — O'Connor (Liam Reynolds), 9:58.

Goalies — E: Jayden Darling. D: Nate Haley.


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