High schools: Granby holds off Southwick, qualifies for WMass boys hoop tourney

  • Nate Wright, top, of Belchertown, passes between Turners Falls defenders Tyler Lavin, left, and Chase Novak, Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019 at Belchertown High School. —STAFF PHOTO/JERREY ROBERTS

  • Belchertown players James Lawless, left, and Owen Raines defend Anthony Peterson, of Turners Falls, Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019 at Belchertown High School. —STAFF PHOTO/JERREY ROBERTS

  • Jordan Lanoue, right, of Belchertown, shoots against Tyler Lavin, of Turners Falls, Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019 at Belchertown High School. —STAFF PHOTO/JERREY ROBERTS

  • Corey Lanoue, right, of Belchertown, moves the ball against Ryan Campbell, of Turners Falls, Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019 at Belchertown High School. —STAFF PHOTO/JERREY ROBERTS

  • Hunter Klingensmith, right, of Belchertown, grabs a loose ball against Jaden Whitting, of Turners Falls, Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019 at Belchertown High School. —STAFF PHOTO/JERREY ROBERTS

  • Turners Falls players Anthony Peterson, left, and Ryan Campbell, center right, reach for a rebound against Belchertown players Kyle Bechtold, center left, and James Lawless, Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019 at Belchertown High School. —STAFF PHOTO/JERREY ROBERTS

  • James Lawless, center, of Belchertown, blocks a shot by Tyler Lavin, left, of Turners Falls, Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019 at Belchertown High School. Kyle Dodge looks on. —STAFF PHOTO/JERREY ROBERTS

  • Corey Lanoue, top, of Belchertown, passes to teammate Jordan Lanoue, front, amid Turners Falls defenders Chase Novak, from left, Tyler Lavin and Ryan Campbell, Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019 at Belchertown High School. —STAFF PHOTO/JERREY ROBERTS

  • Nate Schiffer, front left, moves the ball against Jeremy Russell, of Turners Falls, Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019 at Belchertown High School. —STAFF PHOTO/JERREY ROBERTS

  • Ryan Campbell, front right, of Turners Falls, passes beside Belchertown defenders Nate Schiffer, left, and Owen Raines, Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019 at Belchertown High School. —STAFF PHOTO/JERREY ROBERTS

  • Jaden Whitting, left, of Turners Falls, passes against Owen Raines, of Belchertown, Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019 at Belchertown High School. —STAFF PHOTO/JERREY ROBERTS

  • Owen Raines, left, of Belchertown, rebounds beside Ryan Campbell, of Turners Falls, Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019 at Belchertown High School. —STAFF PHOTO/JERREY ROBERTS

  • Nate Schiffer, center, of Belchertown, eyes the basket beside Anthony Peterson, of Turners Falls, Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019 at Belchertown High School. —STAFF PHOTO/JERREY ROBERTS

Published: 2/5/2019 11:31:33 PM

Nate Breault made a layup with 45 seconds left to break a tie, and Brandon Wishart sank two free throws with 10 seconds remaining to seal a 43-41 win for the Granby boys basketball team over Southwick on Monday.

Breault put the Rams, who qualified for the postseason with the win, up 41-39. He finished with 16 points and made four 3s.

Wishart (eight points) made it 43-39 with his free throws. Southwick hit a layup with 0.6 seconds left for the final margin.

Kyle Murdock scored eight for the Rams (10-5, 2-3 Bi-County West).

Easthampton 57, Palmer 52 — The Eagles will have an opportunity to defend their Western Massachusetts championship after qualifying for the postseason with a road win.

Ronan Mottor scored 25 points for the Eagles (10-5, 5-0 Bi-County East).

Drew Caires added 15 points and made two free throws with 18 seconds left to put Easthampton up four.

Mike Brown (six points) grabbed a key rebound on Palmer’s next possession and iced the game with a free throw.

Sean Sabourin added six points and kept Palmer’s Dylan Tenczar in check defensively after a hot start.

Gateway 49, Pathfinder 47 — The Gators held on to end a 34-game losing streak. They led by six in the last minute but fouled two 3-point shooters in that span.

Evan Cortis made a free throw with 50 seconds left to put them up four and give Gateway just enough breathing room. He finished with 12 points and 18 rebounds.

“We haven’t been in that situation a lot,” Gateway coach Kevin McVeigh said. “The last minute was a long minute.”

Eighth-grader Jayden Santiago-Lopez led Gateway (1-14, 1-8 Tri-County South) with 25 points. He had four 3s, 13 rebounds and five steals. Joel Sakaske scored six.

The Gators last won on Feb. 22, 2017.

“It’s so good for them (to win). The excuse is they’ve been young,” McVeigh said. “They’ve been playing much better the last few weeks.”

Central 68, Amherst 40 — Isa Mahal Castro McCauley scored nine points, but the Hurricanes couldn’t keep up at home.

The Golden Eagles raced out to a 19-2 lead after the first quarter.

Evan Perry had eight points for Amherst (3-13, 1-5 Valley), while Akeme Hilson-Mallory added seven.

Northampton 78, Holyoke 61 — Anthony DeJesus led the Blue Devils with 21 points and 10 rebounds in a home win.

After slow starts in their previous league games, Northampton (8-8, 2-4 Valley) started strong with 21 points in the first quarter and a six-point lead. They defended the Purple Knights’ perimeter players well.

Jaeden Johndrow added 20 points and nine rebounds.

Michael McCarthy scored 13.

South Hadley 75, Ludlow 45 — Hunter Carey scored 21 points, while Kyle Johnson hit three 3-pointers and finished with 15 points for the Tigers (4-12, 3-1 Bi-County). South Hadley played well defensively in the second half.

Turners Falls 71, Belchertown 67 — Jordan Lanoue scored 22 points, while Corey Lanoue and Zach Wrona both had 13 points, but the Orioles (6-11, 0-5 Hampshire) were eliminated from postseason contention with the loss at home.

Hopkins Academy 64, Mahar 60 — Andrew Ciaglo canned six 3s and scored 32 points in a key home win for the Golden Hawks’ playoff hopes.

They need two wins in their final four games, and the next three are on the road.

Caleb Graves scored 19 points with 15 free throws for Hopkins (8-8, 2-3 Hampshire South).

Hockey

Amherst 2, Wahconah 1

Kouji Ishida scored an unassisted last-minute goal in the third period to break a tie for the Hurricanes (13-3-0, 5-1-0 Fay).

Jayden Blackburn scored his 15th goal of the season in the second period, assisted by Carter Beckwith. John Hanscom had 13 saves.

South Hadley 5, Easthampton 4 — Mike Mazza scored a game-winning short-handed goal with 27.1 seconds left Monday from Mat Brunelle. He also tied the game at 4 with 9:33 remaining.

Easthampton (9-2) went ahead 4-3 on a Jacob Ross goal from Jake Batcheldor.

The Eagles led 3-1 after the first quarter thanks to goals by Jake Delisle (assist), Batcheldor and Christopher Tenczar. Garren Fugiel had two assists.

Tyler Cortis stopped 21 shots for the Eagles.

Sean Doherty (assist) had South Hadley’s first two goals, and Joe Cigal scored in the third period.

Ben Watkins added two assists for the Tigers (9-4-1), while Will Ortyl, Aidan Sullivan and Luke Hunter had one each.

Anthony Cigal made 27 saves for South Hadley.

Boys basketball

Gateway 49, Pathfinder 47

Pathfinder (4-10, 4-4 Tri-County South)

Beaulieu 10-0-25, Perez 1-0-2, Doktor 1-0-2, Lagrant 3-3-12, Coffin 2-2-9. Totals 17-5-47

Gateway (1-14, 1-8)

Thompson 0-0-0, Santiago-Lopez 10-2-25, Hyjek 0-1-1, Buckman 0-0-0, Lafreniere 2-0-5, Cortis 2-8-12, Krasseler 0-0-0, Sakaske 2-2-6, Shedd 0-0-0, Iacovelli 0-0-0. Totals 16-13-49

Pathfinder

5

14

14

14

—47

Gateway

10

9

13

17

—49

3-Pointers—Pathfinder 8 (Beaulieu 5, Lagrant 3), Gateway 4 (Santiago-Lopez 3, Lafreniere)

Central 68, Amherst 40

Central (12-3, 6-1 Valley)

Davis 0-3-3, Ward 3-0-6, Key 2-1-5, Rosario 4-1-10, Omot 3-0-6, Feliciano 2-3-9, Critolin 2-0-4, Martin 4-1-9, Rodriguez 4-0-8, Reynolds 3-0-6, Smith 1-0-2. Totals 28-9-68

Amherst (3-13, 1-5)

Ferreira 0-0-0, Steele 2-0-4, Woodfine-Holmes 1-0-3, Nguyen 1-0-2, Hilson-Mallory 2-3-7, Pope 1-0-3, Perry 3-1-8, Bowman 0-0-0, Castro McCauley 2-4-9, Leonard 0-0-0, Blanchard 2-0-4. Totals 13-10-40

Central

19

14

15

20

—68

Amherst

2

13

9

16

—40

3-Pointers—Central 3 (Rosario, Feliciaino 2), Amerst 4 (Qoodfine-Holmes, Pope, Perry, Castro McCauley)

Easthampton 57, Palmer 52

Easthampton (10-5, 5-0 Bi-County East)

Soucy 0-0-0, G. Colenback 0-0-0, Mottor 10-4-25, Caires 5-5-15, S. Colenback 1-0-3, Bacis 2-0-4, Brown 2-1-6, Sabourin 2-0-4. Totals 22-10-57

Palmer (6-8, 2-2)

Pardo 2-0-5, Placanico 2-0-4, Lombardi 2-0-5, Bigos 2-1-6, Tenczar 8-4-21, Venne 4-2-11. Totals 20-7-52

Easthampton

12

13

20

12

—57

Palmer

8

11

10

23

—52

3-Pointers—Easthampton 3 (S. Colebnack, Brown, Mottor), Palmer 5 (Pardo, Lombardi, Venne, Tenczar, Bigos)

South Hadley 75, Ludlow 45

Ludlow (0-14, 0-5 Bi-County)

Alves 4-1-12, Hitchcock 2-0-4, Riley 1-0-2, Rivera 8-0-18, Schwartz 0-1-1, Teixeira 1-0-2, Fortune 3-0-6. Totals: 19-2-45

South Hadley (4-12, 3-1 Bi-County)

Brathiwate 2-3-7, Borowski 3-0-8, Marion 3-0-6, Carey 9-2-21, Fitzell 1-2-4, Casolari 1-0-2, Dawson 1-0-2, Johnson 4-4-15, Cottingham 2-0-6, Piquette 2-0-4. Totals: 28-11-75

Ludlow

14

11

10

10

45

South Hadley

17

22

22

14

75

3-Pointers—Ludlow (Alves 3, Rivera 2), South Hadley (Borowski 2, Carey 1, Johnson 3, Cottingham 2)

Northampton 78, Holyoke 61

Holyoke (9-7, 3-3 Valley)

Diaz 7-9-24, Santos 3-2-9, Olivero 4-1-9, Cristobal 3-0-8, Figueroa 1-1-3, Smith 1-2-4, McKenna 1-0-2, Consedane 1-0-2. Totals 21-15-61

Northampton (8-8, 2-4)

James-Salus 2-3-8, Johndrow 8-4-20, McCarthy 5-2-13, Diemand 0-0-0, Rankins 0-0-0, Watts 1-0-3, Cronk 1-1-3, Power 1-1-3, DeJesus 8-4-21, Brittain 2-2-7. Totals 28-17-78

Holyoke

15

6

10

30

—61

Northampton

21

18

14

25

—78

3-Pointers—Holyoke 4 (Cristobal 2, Diaz, Santos), Northampton 5 (James-Salus, Brittain, DeJesus, McCarthy, Watts)

Granby 43, Southwick 41

Southwick (7-9, 2-3 Bi-County West)

Mathews 2-0-5, Scharman 2-0-5, Billings 1-0-2, Parrow 6-2-14, Roy 4-7-16, Clarke 2-0-4. Totals 15-9-41

Granby (10-5, 2-3)

Torres Jr. 1-1-3, Breault 5-2-16, Murdock 2-4-8, Wishart 2-4-8, C. Gaughan 0-0-0, M. L’Abbee 0-0-0, R. Gaughan 2-0-5, Hart 0-0-0, Remillard 1-1-3. Totals 13-12-43

Southwick

10

12

4

15

—41

Granby

8

6

13

16

—43

3-Pointers—Southwick 2 (Scharman, Roy), Granby 5 (Breault 4, R. Gaughan)

Turners Falls 71, Belchertown 67

Turners (9-8, 3-2 Hampshire)

Lavin 5-1-13, Campbell 2-2-8, Russel 1-0-2, Novak 11-0-29, Peterson 5-4-14. Totals: 26-8-71

Belchertown (6-11, 0-5 Hampshire)

Schiffer 3-0-6, Wrona 6-1-13, Lawless 3-2-9, Wright 0-0-0, C. Lanoue 5-1-13, Raines 1-0-2, J. Lanoue 10-1-22, Klingensmith 1-0-2. Totals: 29-5-67

Turners

22

13

19

17

—71

Belchertown

13

20

19

15

—67

3-Pointers—Turners 11 (Lavin 2, Campbell 2, Novak 7), Belchertown 4 (Lawless 1, C. Lanoue 2, J. Lanoue 1)

Hopkins Academy 64, Mahar 60

Mahar (12-5, 3-3 Hampshire South)

Desrosiers 4-0-9, Barnes 7-1-16, Tenney 3-06, Lyesiuk 3-3-12, Gonzalex 3-3-9, Watson 3-2-8. Totals 23-9-60

Hopkins Academy (8-8, 2-3)

Waldon 2-1-5, Beck 0-0-0, Ciaglo 9-8-32, Berg 0-0-0, Verdi 0-0-0, Graves 2-14-19, Pipczynski 0-0-0, Tudryn 2-0-5, Antes 1-1-3. Totals 16-24-64

Mahar

12

23

14

11

—60

Hopkins Academy

17

11

18

18

—64

3-Pointers—Mahar 5 (Desrosiers, Barnes, Lyesiuk 3), Hopkins Academy 8 (Ciaglo 6, Graves, Tudryn)

Wrestling

Sabis 44, South Hadley 21

at Sabis

106 — Evan Tran (S) pinned Cayden Henriques, 3:10; 113 — Christian Kelly (S) won by forfeit; 120 — Riley Miles (S) won by forfeit; 126 — Quintin Pellegrino (S) won by forfeit; 132 — Christian Rivas (S) won by forfeit; 138 — Joe Podolak (SH) def. Xavier Reyes, 6-0; 145 — Gabriel Gray (S) won by forfeit; 152 — Alex Schenker (SH) pinned Christian Fagan, 5:34 160 — Jalen Rogers (S) def. Matt Mayer, 19-2; 170 — Eli Pietrzykowski (SH) pinned Ethan Wahrmann, 1:54; 182 — Jacey Rondeau (SH) pinned Austin Patterson, :45; 195 — Davian Alban (S) def. Noah Will, 6-2;

Mahar 54, Granby 24

at Mahar

106 — Emmett Seibert (G) pinned Domanic Cacciolfi, 2:55; 113 — Jon Mahony (M) pinned Jacob Benson, 2:52; 120 — Joseph Deprey (G) pinned Samuel DeJackome, 1:48; 126 — Luke Chiodo (M) pinned Mason Olivera, :38; 132 — Christian Perez (G) pined Daniel Kidwell, 1:37; 138 — Justin deDiego (M) pinned Abram Speek, :54; 145 — Adam Clement (M) pinned Gavin Gilburg, 1:31; 152 — Henry Ndayisaba (M) won by forfeit; 160 — Ed Bennington (M) won by forfeit; 170 — Anya Roberts (M) won by forfeit; 195 — Gracin Bisceglia (M) pinned Eddie Glaszcz III, :57; 220 — Caleb Berry (M) won by forfeit; 285 — Isaiah Mejias (G) won by forfeit;




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