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Friday’s high schools: Easthampton baseball knocks off South Hadley



Friday, April 13, 2018

Mathrew Arroyo had two RBIs, as the Easthampton baseball team beat South Hadley 5-2 on the road Friday. Justin Colpack went 2-for-2 and finished with one RBI for the Eagles (2-1).

Dawson Wolcott picked up the win after striking out seven in four innings. He walked four and allowed two hits. Zackery Kugler also had two hits.

Evan Levrault went 3-for-3 and had one RBI for the Tigers (0-3). Braden Fogarty drove in South Hadley’s other run.

Holyoke 10, Granby 5 — Despite three runs plated in the seventh, the Rams dropped their second game this season. Michael White was 1-for-2 while Josh White went 2-for-3. Connor Matthews also went 2-for-4.

Pope Francis 8, Amherst 6 — The Hurricanes posted three doubles but lost their third consecutive contest. J.B. Mills had two RBIs through a double while Justin Masteralexis hit two doubles for two RBIs. Eli Kayser-Hirsch pitched 4⅔2/3.

Smith Vocational 19, Duggan 2 (5) — The Vikings scored 11 runs in the first inning. Jack O’Connell had 11 strike outs, and Dana Kellog had three hits including one double for Smith Vocational (1-0).

Sci-Tech 8, Gateway 6 — Brandon Daniels and Anthony Piquette each scored two runs, as Gateway (1-1) fell at home.

Softball

Central 18, Granby 6 — Lexi Strycharz picked up two RBIs, and Lindsey Wenzel laced a run scoring double, but the Rams (0-2).

Hampshire 11, Chicopee Comp 2 — Emily Halket went the distance and allowed two earned runs on four hits, striking out seven. Brie Bergeron slugged a home run and drove in three runs, while Hannah Wodecki and Katelyn Baker each picked up two hits for the Raiders (2-0).

Frontier 12, Palmer 2 — Ava Harper finished 3-4 with three RBIs and two runs scored, as the Red Hawks (3-1) handled Palmer at home on Friday. Kelsey Jarvis, Lily Spencer, Caitlynn Devine and Emma Wesoloski (two RBIs) each added two hits and Charlotte Doulette tallied three RBIs.

Northampton 9, Chicopee 0 — The Blue Devils had three 3-run innings to pick up their third consecutive win. Jill McGrath went 3-for-3 for two RBIs, while Abby and Emilia Pelis both went 2-for-4, including three RBIs from Abby. Anna Kerwood struck out nine batters and only gave up two hits.

Greenfield 9, South Hadley 2 — Mikhaila Edge drove in a run, while Abby Edge had a double. Emilee Ottomaniello also had a single for the Tigers (1-3).

Hopkins Academy 8, Putnam 3 — Maegan Quinlan picked up the win on the mound and went 4-for-4 with two RBIs for the Golden Hawks (2-1). Gabby Dijach (three RBI) and Macy Ring (RBI) each added two hits as well.

Gateway 17, Westfield Tech 4 (6) — The Gators had four batters with two hits today including Angela Wright, Stephanie Paiva, and Grace VanBuren. Ava Auclair also registered two hits, both of which were home runs, including a walk-off home run to finish the game.

Pathfinder 11, Smith Vocational 8 — Cassidy Colaruso had three hits, including two triples and a homer for three RBIs. Serenity Roznovsky added a single for the Vikings (1-1, 1-1 Tri-County).

Boys lacrosse

Belchertown 13, Central 0 — Nick Fellion (four saves) and Aidan Lyons (two saves) combined for a shutout. Grant Irving scored twice with an assist, and Jack Filippelli added a goal and two assists.

Jaxon Royal, Owen Palmateer and Jake Condon all found the net twice, and Nick Makkiya had two assists for Belchertown (4-1, 3-0 Suburban). Owen Sedladeck pitched in a goal and an assist.

Adam Wordsworth scored, while Nate Pacheco, Mark Tharion and Justin Pendrick had assists.

Longmeadow 14, South Hadley 7 — Marcus Larrier registered two goals and an assist, while Stephen Stratton had a team-high two assists. Jacob Allard and Liam Dawson both scored twice, and Hunter Borowski had a goal and an assist. Anthony Cigal stopped 19 shots for South Hadley (4-2, 2-1 Valley Wheel).

Girls lacrosse

Longmeadow 19, Northampton 3 — Abby Baldwin registered a hat trick but the Blue Devils picked up their second consecutive loss this season. Ella Moreau made two saves and Gabby Adorno turned away four for Northampton (1-4, 0-3 Valley Wheel).

Baseball

Pope Francis 8, Amherst 6

Pope Francis 520 100 0 — 8 4 3

Amherst 300 120 0 — 6 6 3

WP—GarveLP—Masteralexis

Records: Pope Francis (3-0, 1-0 Valley) Amherst (0-3, 0-1 Valley)

Smith Voc. 19, Duggan 2 (5)

Duggan 000 02 — 2 2 5

Smith Voc. (11)23 3x — 19 14 0

WP—O’Connell LP—Nagron

Records: Smith Voc. (1-0) Duggan (0-3)

Holyoke 10, Granby 5

Holyoke 210 124 0 — 10 13 1

Granby 010 100 3 — 5 8 5

WP—SypniakLP— M. White

Records: Holyoke (2-1) Granby (1-2)

Easthampton 5, South Hadley 2

Easthampton 000 140 0 — 5 5 2

South Hadley 100 000 1 — 2 4 1

WP—Wolcott LP—Levrault

Records:Easthampton (2-1) South Hadley (0-3)

Sci-Tech 8, Gateway 6

Sci-Tech 000 053 0 — 8 8 0

Gateway 201 000 3 — 6 3 3

WP—Morgan LP—Orr

Records:Sci-Tech (1-3) Gateway (1-1)

Softball

Turners Falls 12, Easthampton 0

Turners Falls 210 700 2 — 12 8 2

Easthampton 000 000 0 — 0 4 5

WP—Tyler LP—Robinson

Records: Turners Falls (2-0) Easthampton (1-2)

Northampton 9, Chicopee 0

Northampton 000 333 0 — 9 12 0

Chicopee 000 000 0 — 0 2 3

WP—Anna Kerwood LP—Emily Rockwal

Records: Northampton (3-0) Chicopee (1-1)

Gateway 17, Westfield Tech 4 (6)

Gateway 213 515 0 — 17 15 3

Westfield Tech 000 310 0— 4 3 3

WP—Gamble LP—L. Marsh

Records: Gateway (3-0) Westfield Tech (1-1)

Frontier 12, Palmer 2

Palmer 020 000 0 — 2 5 2

Frontier 041 403 0 — 12 15 0

WP—MacDonald LP—Cavanaugh

Records: Frontier (3-1) Palmer (1-3)

Hampshire 11, Chicopee Comp 2

Hampshire 440 210 0 — 11 11 0

Chicopee Comp 000 200 0 — 2 4 0

WP—Halket LP—Bailey

Records: Hampshire (2-0) Chicopee Comp (1-1)

Hopkins Academy 8, Putnam 3

Putnam 000 200 1 — 3 6 3

Hopkins Academy 103 220 0 — 8 10 3

WP—Quinlan LP—Brouilette

Records: Hopkins Academy (2-1) Putnam (0-4)

Pathfinder 11, Smith Vocational 8

Pathfinder          500 510 0 — 11  2  0

Smith Vocational     131 001 2 — 8  4  4

WP—C. Litulippe LP—Schabacker 

Records: Smith Vocational (1-1, 1-1 Tri-County), Pathfinder (1-1)