East girls, West boys win Hampshire-Franklin All-Star games

  • West team's Jaeden Johndrow (1) puts down a breakaway dunk during the 22nd annual IAABO All-Star Games on Friday night at Greenfield High School. Staff Photo/Dan Little

  • West team's Jaeden Johndrow (1) jumps up for a breakaway dunk during the 22nd annual IAABO All-Star Games on Friday night at Greenfield High School. Staff Photo/Dan Little

  • West team's Jaeden Johndrow (1) winds back a breakaway dunk during the 22nd annual IAABO All-Star Games on Friday night at Greenfield High School. Staff Photo/Dan Little

  • Frontier Regional senior Kalen Evans, left, of the West, drives the ball against Smith Academy senior Brett Gratz, of the East, during the 22nd annual IAABO Hampshire-Franklin County All-Star Games, Friday night at Greenfield High School. More coverage, Page D2. Staff Photo/Dan Little

  • East team's Bella Earle (34), right, takes a shot over West defender Sarah Waldron (22) during the 22nd annual IAABO All-Star Games on Friday night at Greenfield High School. Staff Photo/Dan Little

Published: 3/15/2019 11:17:40 PM

Belchertown senior Elise Pikul earned MVP honors as the East girls basketball team beat the West, 72-52, in 22nd annual Hampshire-Franklin IAABO Board All-Star game, Friday night at Greenfield High School.

Pikul finished with 17 points. High school teammate Jenna Birks added 12, while fellow Oriole Madison Duffy had 10.

South Hadley senior Bella Earle finished with 11 for the East.

Gateway Regional senior Becca Herman had eight points for the West.

In the boys game, Northampton senior Jaeden Johndrow finished with a game-high 26 points to earn MVP honors and pace the West to a 107-81 win over the East.

Ronan Mottor, of Easthampton, added 13 points, while Northampton’s Anthony DeJesus had 11.

Smith Academy’s Brett Gratz had 16 points with four 3-pointers to earn MVP honors for the East.

Amherst Regional’s Akeme Hilson-Mallory had nine points. Belchertown’s Corey Lanoue added seven. Carter Woodward, of Smith Academy, chipped in with six.

The Pioneer Regional girls and Frontier Regional boys teams were the recipients of the Jack Leaman sportsmanship awards, while Turners Falls coach Gary Mullins took home the Tom Cove Award for contributions to basketball in Hampshire and Franklin County.

Boys basketball
West 107, East 81

East

Gratz 6-0-16, Hilson-Mallory 3-1-9, Slattery 4-0-9, Desrosiers 3-0-8, Doty 4-0-8, Lanoue 3-0-7, Lavin 2-0-6, Wright 3-0-6, Woodward 2-0-6, Gaughan 1-0-3, Zygmont 1-0-3, Edwards 0-0-0, Murdock 0-0-0, Graves 0-0-0. Totals: 32-1-107

West

Johndrow 12-1-26, Cote 9-0-22, Mottor 5-0-13, DeJesus 4-0-11, Maniatty 4-0-9, Evans 3-0-6, Hicks 3-0-6, Cordova 2-0-4, Sharp 1-0-2, Buckman 1-0-2, Phelps 1-0-2, McCarthy 1-0-2, Pellegrini 0-0-0, Campbell 0-0-0. Totals: 46-1-107

3-Pointers—East 16 (Gratz 4, Hilson-Mallory 2, Slattery, Desrosiers 2, Lanoue, Lavin 2, Woodward 2, Gaughan, Zygmont) West 12 (Johndrow, Cote 4, Mottor 3, Dejesus 3, Maniatty)

Girls basketball
East 72, West 52

East

Pikul 7-0-17, Birks 5-0-12, Earle 5-1-11, Duffy 3-2-10, Tenney 4-0-8, Sexton 3-0-6, Vautour 3-0-6, Tweedie 1-0-2, Burke 0-0-0. Totals: 31-3-72

West

Smith 10-0-20, Herman 3-0-8, Hickey 3-0-8, Walker 2-0-4, Rowe 2-0-4, Joy 1-0-2, Smiarowski 1-0-2, Waldron 1-0-2, Reynolds 1-0-2, Cavanaugh 0-0-0. Totals: 24-0-52

3-Pointers—East 7 (Pikul 3, Birks 2, Duffy 2) West 4 (Herman 2, Hickey 2)




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