High Schools: Frontier goes on the road to beat Drury 

Staff Reports
Published: 1/25/2022 10:13:40 PM

The trip to North Adams was a successful one for the Frontier boys basketball team on Tuesday. 

The Redhawks were tied at 40 with Drury heading into the fourth quarter when they outscored the Blue Devils 18-6 in the final frame to come away with a 58-46 victory. 

It was the first Hampshire League South loss of the season for Drury, which now creates a three-way tie for first place between Pioneer, Drury and Hopkins Academy.

Multiple Frontier players got in on the action in the final eight minutes. Joe Thomson and Tyler Dubreuil each had four points in the final frame while Dylan Martin knocked down a 3, Erich Brown had three points and Patrick Boyden and Iain Spearance both had two points in the final quarter for the Redhawks (8-4, 3-3). 

Thomson finished with 13 points in the win. Martin, Boyden and Brown all had 11 points while Spearance and Dubreuil each had six points. 

Lenox 62, Greenfield 57 — Tied at 41 heading into the fourth quarter, Caleb Murray scored nine points in the final frame to keep the Green Wave in the game but it was the Millionaires who pulled away with a Hampshire League South win in Greenfield on Monday. 

Murray led Greenfield (3-6, 2-5) with 16 points. Jon Breor tallied 12 points, Sam Gibson scored nine points and Henry Zaccarra had seven points in the loss. 

Mt. Greylock 62, Franklin Tech 43 — In a battle of the top two teams in the Hampshire League North, the Mounties raced out to a 17-2 lead after the first quarter before going up 34-17 en route to a 62-43 win over the Eagles in Turners on Tuesday. 

The loss snaps a five-game winning streak for Franklin Tech (6-5, 3-3). 

Noah Ausikaitis finished with 19 points for the Eagles with Ty Sadoski adding 16 points. Robby Murphy tallied five points in the loss. 

Girls basketball

Putnam 50, Mohawk Trail 49 — The Warriors led 31-26 heading into the fourth quarter but Putnam stormed back to tie the game at 42 and force overtime.

The Beavers outscored Mohawk Trail 8-7 in overtime to come away with a Franklin County League South win in Springfield. 

Stella Clark scored 16 points in the loss, with Mya Lesieur finishing with 15 points and Rachel Pease adding 11 points. 


Three different Turners girls won their individual events to help lead the Thunder to a 49-26 win over Chicopee on Tuesday. 

Leah Gump won the 200 IM with a time of 2:50.75, Ella Gu idaboni took the 50 free in a time of 39.21 and  Sophia McComb took first in the 100 backstroke with a swim of 1:13.96. 

Alex Wood took second in the 500 freestyle with a time of 8:03.67. 

On the boys side Nik Martin won the 50 free (25.37) and Desmond Wallace took first in the 100 backstroke (1:19.21) in the Thunder’s 29-22 loss to the Pacers. 

Matt Sibley placed second in the 500 free (7:55.08) for Turners  . 

Middle schools

The Greenfield middle s  chool girls basketball team defeated Bement 34-11 on Tuesday behind 18 points from Tayler Bergeron, 12 points from Ever Kennedy and two points each from Aleah Dodge and Liv Lemay. 

■ Seven Pridgen had 19 points, Connor Cox scored 14 points and Oliver Johnson added 11 points to lead the Athol boys middle school basketball team to a 48-28 win over Hopkins on Tuesday. 


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