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Wednesday’s high schools: Gamble powers Gateway Regional softball

  • Jordan Washburn, of Hampshire Regional, pitches to Sabis, Wednesday, April 11, 2018 at Hampshire Regional High School. —GAZETTE STAFF/JERREY ROBERTS

  • Lee Tonet, right, who is the wife of the late, longtime Hampshire Regional High School baseball coach Earl Tonet, speaks during the dedication of a scoreboard honoring him, Wednesday, April 11, 2018 at the school. John Plourd, the school's athletic director, looks on. —GAZETTE STAFF/JERREY ROBERTS

  • Joe Moynahan, right, a 1956 graduate of Hampshire Regional High School who played under longtime coach Earl Tonet, throws a ceremonial first pitch during the dedication of a scoreboard honoring Tonet, Wednesday, April 11, 2018 at the school. John Plourd, the school's athletic director, looks on. —GAZETTE STAFF/JERREY ROBERTS

  • Former players and the father of a player representing the decades when Hampshire Regional baseball coach Earl Tonet coached them, such as Jim Hickey, from left, Hugh Scott, Ray Lacourse and Charlie Sears wait for their turn to speak during the dedication of a scoreboard honoring Tonet Wednesday, April 11, 2018 at the school. —GAZETTE STAFF/JERREY ROBERTS

  • John Carey, right, of Hampshire Regional, throws to first base ahead of Gabe Perez, of Sabis, Wednesday, April 11, 2018 at Hampshire Regional High School. —GAZETTE STAFF/JERREY ROBERTS

  • Jake Constantine, of Hampshire Regional, leans away from an inside pitch during a game against Sabis, Wednesday at Hampshire Regional High School. He hit a single during this at-bat. GAZETTE STAFF/JERREY ROBERTS

  • The scoreboard honoring the late, longtime Hampshire Regional High School baseball coach Earl Tonet is lit for the first time as his wife, Lee, accepts a baseball from John Plourd, the school's athletic director, during a dedication ceremony, Wednesday, April 11, 2018 at the school. The ball was used for a first pitch ceremony by Joe Moynahan, a 1956 graduate of the school. —GAZETTE STAFF/JERREY ROBERTS

  • Greg Sarna-McCarthy, of Hampshire Regional, eyes a pitch he hit for a single against Sabis, Wednesday, April 11, 2018 at Hampshire Regional High School. —GAZETTE STAFF/JERREY ROBERTS

  • Jordan Washburn, top right, of Hampshire Regional, pitches to Gabe Perez, of Sabis, Wednesday at Hampshire Regional High School. GAZETTE STAFF/JERREY ROBERTS

  • Matt Hurd, of Hampshire Regional, hits a double against Sabis, Wednesday, April 11, 2018 at Hampshire Regional High School. —GAZETTE STAFF/JERREY ROBERTS

  • Mike Baldwin, of Hampshire Regional, begins a run to first after a hit against Sabis, Wednesday, April 11, 2018 at Hampshire Regional High School. He was out at first. —GAZETTE STAFF/JERREY ROBERTS

  • Matt Hurd, of Hampshire Regional, gets a hit against Sabis, Wednesday, April 11, 2018 at Hampshire Regional High School. He earned a single. —GAZETTE STAFF/JERREY ROBERTS

  • Jordan Washburn, right, of Hampshire Regional, throws ahead of a run to first base by Justin Pierce, of Sabis, Wednesday, April 11, 2018 at Hampshire Regional High School. —GAZETTE STAFF/JERREY ROBERTS

  • Jake Vishaway, of Hampshire Regional, pitches to Sabis, Wednesday, April 11, 2018 at Hampshire Regional High School. —GAZETTE STAFF/JERREY ROBERTS

  • Gage Fortin, of Hampshire Regional, dives safely back to first base on a pick attempt during a game against Sabis, Wednesday. GAZETTE STAFF/JERREY ROBERTS

  • Jake Vishaway, right, of Hampshire Regional, is greeted at home by Greg Sarna-McCarthy after scoring on an error Wednesday, April 11, 2018 at Hampshire Regional High School. —GAZETTE STAFF/JERREY ROBERTS



Thursday, April 12, 2018

Audrey Gamble helped herself.

The Gateway Regional senior pitcher hit a three-run home run in the fifth inning of a 16-4 5-inning softball win over Pathfinder, Monday in Huntington. She also picked up the win after pitching all five innings.

Alli Manos went 2-for-3 with three runs scored and an RBI. Steph Paiva went 2-for-2 and made a running catch in center field in the fifth that she fired to first base for a double play.

South Hadley 9, Pioneer Regional 6 — After the Panthers tied the score in the top of the sixth, the Tigers answered with three in the bottom of the inning to earn the win at home.

Mikhaila Edge led South Hadley (1-1) with three hits, including a three-run home run in the fourth.

Smith Academy 15, Putnam 13 — Karlie Guimond (four runs, two RBIs) Emma Hobert (run, RBI) and Maggie Herlihy (two runs) each had two hits as the Falcons (2-0) held off the Beavers in Springfield.

Turners Falls 14, Amherst 0 (5) — Adele Cousland struck out four for the Hurricanes (0-1), who lost their season opener. Amherst didn’t have a hit.

McCann Tech 8, Hopkins Academy 7 — Sara Beauchamp went 2-for-5 while Olivia Brighenti went 3-for-4 and Allison Markowski registered a double for the Golden Hawks (1-1).

Hampshire Regional 13, Chicopee 2 — The Raiders were led by Hannah Wodecki, who went 4-for-4 with three RBIs, while Maggie Rubeck went 3-for-5 and drove in two runs. Emily Halket had six strikeouts and two walks in the team’s opening game.

Baseball

Southwick 2, Granby 1 — Carter Matthews struck out six with just one walk, but the Rams couldn’t muster enough runs. Dylan Moriarty hit a sacrifice fly in the fifth inning to score Granby’s run.

Eighth-grader Ryan Gaughan impressed with his defensive prowess at shortstop for the Rams (1-1, 0-1 Bi-County).

Hampshire Regional 12, Sabis 1 — John Carey and Gage Fortin went 2-for-3 in the Raiders’ opening game of the season. Jordan Washburn threw seven strikeouts.

Garrett Antosz and Matt Hurd also went 2-for-4.

Prior to the game, Hampshire dedicated a new scoreboard at Earl Tonet Field.

Girls lacrosse

Westfield 15, Northampton 11 — Abby Baldwin scored nine goals, and Alli Zadworny registered a hat trick for the Blue Devils. Ella Moreau had six saves.

Boys lacrosse

Belchertown 10, McCann Tech 1 — Adam Wordsworth compiled two goals and three assists in a home win.

Jack Filipelli had a hat trick for the Orioles (3-1, 3-0 Suburban). They built a 9-0 lead before McCann Tech got on the board.

Ben Laliberte scored twice, while Nick Makkiya added two assists.

Owen Palmateer, Grant Irving and Jaxon Royal scored, while Tony Martel, Shea Cunningham and Matt Pacheco had assists.

Nick Fellion stopped five shots.

Granby 12, St. Mary’s 4 — Luc Chauvin had four goals and four assists to lead the Rams, who led 7-0 at halftime and rolled at home.

Ryan Walz added three goals, while Mitch Labbee (goal, two assists), Nate Drapeau (goal, assist), Kayden Laramee (goal, assist) and Tanner Imelio (goal assist) were also in the multiple point club for Granby (2-1, 2-0 Suburban).

South Hadley 10, Pope Francis 4 — The Tigers were led by hat tricks from Marcus Larrier and Liam Dawson in their third consecutive win. Dawson also added an assist. Jacob Allard registered two assists and a goal while Jaycee Rondeau had nine saves for South Hadley (4-1, 2-0 Valley Wheel).

Boys Ultimate

Northfield Mount Hermon 13, Northampton 4 — Jason Cooper, Jasper Price-Slade, Kaleb Zuckerman and Ben DeLaCour each scored goals in the loss for the Blue Devils at home.

Boys volleyball

Belchertown 3, Chicopee 2 — Nathan Wright had 13 kills in a 25-10, 25-23, 25-27, 20-25, 15-7 win.

Nathan Bresnahan added 11 kills and two aces. Connor LaFlamme had 37 assists, and Kyle Zielinski chipped in eight kills. Chris Lapointe led the Orioles with four aces and had five kills.

Baseball

Southwick 2, Granby 1

Granby           000 010 0 — 1 6 1

Southwick     001 010 x— 2 6 1

WP—Shea LP—Matthews S—Burnett

Records: Granby (1-1, 0-1 Bi-County), Southwick (1-0, 1-0)

Hampshire 12, Sabis 1

Sabis             100 000 0 — 1 2 5

Hampshire   300 027 x — 12 10 1

WP—Jordan Washburn LP—Armando Morales

Records: Hampshire (1-0) Sabis (0-1)

Softball

Gateway 16, Pathfinder 4 (5)

Pathfinder          101 11 — 4 7 1

Gateway             131 56— 16 8 3

WP—Gamble LP—C. Litulippe

Records: Gateway (2-0, 2-0 Tri-County), Pathfinder (0-1, 0-1)

South Hadley 9,
Pioneer Regional 6

Pioneer              103 101 0 — 6 10 1

South Hadley      002 313 x — 9 11 1

WP—Niemiec LP—Scoville

Records: South Hadley (1-1) Pioneer (1-2)

Turners Falls 14, Amherst 0 (5)

Turners Falls              480 20 — 14 13 1

Amherst                           000 00— 0 0 2

WP—Tyler LP—Cousland

Records: Turners Falls (1-0) Amherst (0-1)

McCann 8, Hopkins 7

McCann              301 310 0 — 8 6 1

Hopkins              050 000 2 — 7 12 3

WP—Megan GoyetteLP—Maegan Quinlan

Records: McCann (1-0) Hopkins (1-1)

Northampton 8,
East Longmeadow 4

Northampton              111 005 0— 8 11 3

East Longmeadow     000 004 x— 4 5 1

WP—Anna Kerwood LP—Kiana Bourassa

Records: Northampton (3-0) East Longmeadow (1-2)

Hampshire 13, Chicopee 2 (6)

Chicopee           000 002 0— 2 9 0

Hampshire        053 122 x— 13 16 0

WP—Emily Halket LP—Emily Rokwal

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