Thursday’s girls soccer: Hampshire blanks Sabis behind balanced offense
Gabby Downer, left, of Easthampton, gets control of a pass beside Kelsie Bardsley, of Mahar, Thursday in Easthampton.
Angela Nardi, center right, of Easthampton, looks to disrupt a pass from Kianna Whitmore, of Mahar, Thursday in Easthampton.
Maggie Douglass, center, of Easthampton, passes ahead of Brittany Gray, of Mahar, Thursday in Easthampton. Kelsie Bardsley is in the background.
Sydney Robinson, right, of Easthampton, keeps the ball away from Kelsie Bardsley, of Mahar, Thursday in Easthampton.
Alli Dabek, right, of Easthampton, boxes out Amber Bonk, of Mahar, Thursday in Easthampton.
Maddi Grabowski, left, of Easthampton, celebrates her goal against Mahar with Jen Szafir, center, and Maggie Douglass Thursday in Easthampton.
Willow Ross, right, of Easthampton, and Kianna Whitmore, of Mahar, go to the ball Thursday in Easthampton.
Gabby Downer, right, of Easthampton, snags the ball ahead of Kianna Whitmore, of Mahar, Thursday in Easthampton.
Tierney George, left, and Easthampton, passes ahead of Cassidey Verheyen, of Mahar, Thursday in Easthampton.JERREY ROBERTS
Courtney Urban, right, of Easthampton, moves the ball beside Carly Mongeau, of Mahar, Thursday in Easthampton.
Willow Ross, center left, of Easthampton, and Keauna Foster, of Mahar, converge on the ball Thursday in Easthampton. Brittany Gray, left, looks on.
Four different players scored as the Hampshire Regional girls soccer team handed Sabis its first loss of the season with a 4-0 win in Westhampton Thursday.
Vicci Rizos, Elizabeth Hotham, Chelsea Moussette and Vanessa Groeber all scored once for Hampshire (4-1-1, 2-1 Grieve).
Savannah Waters had two assists, while Sienna Caron added one.
Kayla LeBrecque and Madison Boucher combined for one save in the shutout. Marking backs Hope MacDonald and Lauren Aldrich led a dominant defensive effort.
Sabis (4-1-1) is 2-1-1 in the league.
South Hadley 7, Mohawk 0 — Meghan Ginley scored the first three goals as the Tigers (2-1-1) rolled at home.
Gigi Thibault (goal) had the first two assists, while Reilly Jodoin had the assist on the third tally.
Briana Couture had two goals and one assist, while Ashley Gallagher also scored.
Katie Evans, Marley Medina and Lexi Gawron each had one assist.
Abby Lukasik (two saves) and Sophie Gatzounas (no saves) combined for the shutout.
Holyoke Catholic 0, Hopkins Academy 0 — The Gaels (1-1-3, 0-0-2, Pioneer South) and the Golden Hawks (2-4-1, 0-1-1) fought to a tie in a scoreless affair.
Mary Cook played well at midfield and goalie Kate Sullivan had four saves in net for Hopkins.
Goalie Katie Klejna played well for Holyoke Catholic, stopping eight shots.
Easthampton 3, Mahar 1 — Gabby Downer had two goals and Maddi Grabowski added a tally as the Eagles (4-0-2, 1-0 Pioneer North) stayed undefeated on the season.
Maggie Douglas had an assist and Alyssa Fugiel had six saves in net for Easthampton.
Goalie Sydney Whitcomb played well, stopping eight shots, and Alyssa Fugiel scored the lone goal for Mahar.
Granby 7, Pioneer Regional 0 — Erin Mikalchus had two goals and one assist, while sister Tara contributed one goal and two assists as the Rams (5-0) cruised at home.
Michaela Sansouci, Morgan Lukasik, Megan Bachand and keeper Brittany Hauschild each added a goal.
Kate Sullivan, Kiley Baran, Alicia Frappier and Kate Desormier each had one assist.
East Longmeadow 3, Northampton 0 — Erica Dean and Caileigh Darragh played well, while Rose Katz-Berger made three saves for the Blue Devils (1-2-1, 1-1-1).
Holyoke 3, Amherst 0 — Becca Carkhuff made 12 saves as the Hurricanes (0-3-1) fell on the road.