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Monday’s high school results: Derek McMahon nets hat trick for Smith Academy

  • Olivia Szydziak of South Hadley, left, and Ashley Higgins of Smith Academy vie for the ball Monday in South Hadley.JERREY ROBERTS

    Olivia Szydziak of South Hadley, left, and Ashley Higgins of Smith Academy vie for the ball Monday in South Hadley.JERREY ROBERTS Purchase photo reprints »

  • Emiko Barker of Smith Academy scores on a penalty shot against South Hadley Monday in South Hadley.<br/>JERREY ROBERTS

    Emiko Barker of Smith Academy scores on a penalty shot against South Hadley Monday in South Hadley.
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  • Danielle Duseau of Smith Academy, front right, moves the ball against Ashley Willis of South Hadley Monday in South Hadley. Jen Adamites of Smith Academy, center, and Cassandra McClaffin of South Hadley look on.<br/>JERREY ROBERTS

    Danielle Duseau of Smith Academy, front right, moves the ball against Ashley Willis of South Hadley Monday in South Hadley. Jen Adamites of Smith Academy, center, and Cassandra McClaffin of South Hadley look on.
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  • Hannah Ellis of Smith Academy, left, and Olivia Szydziak of South Hadley go to the ball Monday in South Hadley.<br/>JERREY ROBERTS

    Hannah Ellis of Smith Academy, left, and Olivia Szydziak of South Hadley go to the ball Monday in South Hadley.
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  • Olivia Szydziak of South Hadley, left, and Ashley Higgins of Smith Academy vie for the ball Monday in South Hadley.JERREY ROBERTS
  • Emiko Barker of Smith Academy scores on a penalty shot against South Hadley Monday in South Hadley.<br/>JERREY ROBERTS
  • Danielle Duseau of Smith Academy, front right, moves the ball against Ashley Willis of South Hadley Monday in South Hadley. Jen Adamites of Smith Academy, center, and Cassandra McClaffin of South Hadley look on.<br/>JERREY ROBERTS
  • Hannah Ellis of Smith Academy, left, and Olivia Szydziak of South Hadley go to the ball Monday in South Hadley.<br/>JERREY ROBERTS

Derek McMahon netted a hat trick and the Smith Academy boys soccer team posted its fifth straight shutout with a 4-0 win at Granby Monday afternoon.

Mat Sulda added one goal and two assists, while Nat Hanson had an assist for the Falcons (7-1-1).

Cameron Woodward made three saves, including a first-half stop on a penalty kick try.

Brett Sullivan had 10 saves for the Rams (3-3-2).

Hopkins Academy 3, Turners Falls 0 — Brennan Mitrolka had a goal and an assist as the Golden Hawks (7-0) stayed perfect with a home victory.

Patrick Knightly scored his first career varsity goal for Hopkins, while Tyler Szymkowicz added a tally. Connor Quinlin and Evan Delaney each picked up an assist.

Ben Pitta made seven saves for the shutout in goal.

Gateway Regional 0, Greenfield 0 — Mike Arel made three saves and the Gators (3-3-2) posted their fourth straight shutout at home.

Holyoke Catholic 3, Mahar Regional 1 — John O’Hara scored a pair of goals as the Gaels (5-3-2) won in Chicopee.

Trevor Lewicki added one goal, while Christiano Marconi and goalkeeper Tom Heavren (14 saves) were credited with an assist each.

Palmer 4, Easthampton 0 — Brady Parker made 12 saves for the Eagles (1-6-1, 1-4 Schmid) in the loss at home.

Sabis 5, Frontier Regional 2 — Chad Parent and Matt Byrne each scored for the Red Hawks (0-7-1, 0-5 Schmid) in the loss at home.

Manny Munir was credited with an assist on Byrne’s conversion.

Shawn Mazur-Garcia and Dylan Husted combined for seven saves.

Girls soccer

Belchertown 4, Longmeadow 1 — Breanne Moreau netted a pair of goals and Natalie Caney added a goal and two assists as the Orioles (7-0, 5-0 Kurty-Fielding) cruised at home.

Jackie Soucia scored once, while Brittany Moreau and Bryanna Veroneau were each credited with assists.

Ashley Cavanaugh and Sarah LaClair combined for seven saves.

Granby 3, South Hadley 0 — Rachel Mick scored twice to lead the unbeaten Rams (8-0-1) to another win at home.

Brooke Labrie had the other goal with an assist.

Alexis Ouellette added an assist.

Brittany Hauschild earned the shutout with six saves.

Abby Lukasik made 10 stops for the Tigers (2-6-1).

Mahar Regional 1, Hopkins Academy 0 — The Golden Hawks (3-4-1) allowed the game’s lone goal almost midway through the second half in the loss in Orange.

Amanda Olson stopped two shots for Hopkins, which had its best chance to score in the first 20 seconds of the second half.

Southwick 3, Frontier Regional 0 — Camilla Baronas made 10 saves for the Red Hawks (0-7) in the loss on the road.

Central 1, Hampshire Regional 0 — The Raiders outshot the Golden Eagles 13-2, but couldn’t score.

Lauren Aldrich and Hope MacDonald had strong games on defense for Hampshire (4-5-1) in front of Brianna Weltlich (one save).

Northampton 1, Monson 1 — Galit Sarvet scored 34 minutes into the first half on a Molly King assist, but Hamp settled for a tie at home against the undefeated Mustangs (7-0-1).

Maya Kerstetter made five saves for the Blue Devils (6-1-1).

Holyoke Catholic 7, Commerce 0 — Gillian Cassidy-Payson had two goals and an assist to lead the Gaels (5-4-2) over the .500 mark with the road victory.

Lexi Neffinger, Kyra Robins, Mary Roberge, Maddi Aponte and Liz Cavanaugh added a goal each.

Danielle Easton was credited with an assist.

Field hockey

Northampton 2, Greenfield 1 — Emily Poehlein converted an assist from Olivia Cotton with 10 minutes left to lift the Blue Devils (7-1-1) on the road.

Adrienne Pascucci also scored a goal with an assist from Leah Fagen.

Mary Greco made two saves in the win.

South Hadley 4, Smith Academy 4 — The Tigers (1-7-1) scored twice in the final eight minutes to earn a tie with the Falcons (4-2-3) in Hatfield.

Merry Kocot (assist) put in her second tally of the game with 20 seconds left to even it up. Allie Rondeau (assist) and Olivia Szydziak had a goal apiece for South Hadley.

Emiko Barker had a hat trick for Smith, while Danielle Duseau added a goal and two assists.

Liz Menard made 15 saves for the Tigers, and Lauren Bradford countered with seven for the Falcons.

Girls volleyball

Easthampton 3, Commerce 0 — Senior Elizabeth Whitney had five kills and two aces as the Eagles (8-1) cruised to a 25-11, 25-20, 25-17 victory in Springfield.

Sam Coss finished with four kills and three aces, while Kate Avard added six assists and two aces.

Frontier Regional 3, Franklin Tech 0 — Despite missing Cassidy Stankowski, who is rehabilitating a leg injury, the Red Hawks rolled over Franklin Tech, 25-11, 25-8, 25-7 in Turners Falls.

According to Frontier coach Sean McDonald, “Stankowski’s injury isn’t serious and we’re trying to keep it that way.”

He added that she’s unlikely to play Saturday against Notre Dame of Hingham in the showcase at the Volleyball Hall of Fame in Holyoke.

Sarah Woodward led Frontier (9-0) with eight kills. Emily Contois added seven assists and Julia Wan had nine aces and four kills.

Amherst Regional 3, Turners Falls 1 — Behind eight kills, seven digs and two aces from Athena Donta, the Hurricanes earned a win on the road, 25-22, 25-12, 18-25, 25-19.

Cassie Long added 19 digs for Amherst (5-5). Justine Bohl had 17 assists and six digs, while Haley Parker had six kills, five blocks and seven aces.

Belchertown 3, East Longmeadow 2 — The Orioles (4-5) came back after dropping the first game to earn the road victory, 22-25, 25-23, 25-19, 14-25, 15-8.

Erica Kamins had 18 assists for Belchertown, Caroline Dziel had 35 digs, while Erin McMorrow added seven kills and a pair of blocks.

Sabis 3, South Hadley 0 — The Tigers (4-3) were swept in Springfield, 25-15, 25-19, 25-17.

Shanel De Los Santos had five digs, three kills and two aces for South Hadley. Maddie Kelleher added five digs and three kills.

Colleges
Field hockey

Elms College junior Kayla Narey of South Hadley was named the New England Collegiate Conference Player of the Week on Monday.

The Blazers went 1-1 last week, including a 2-0 victory over Bay Path College during which Narey scored the game-winner.

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