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Weekend high schools: South Hadley football rolls past Cathedral

Behind 494 yards rushing on 28 attempts, the South Hadley football team ran away from Cathedral 67-16 Saturday in Springfield.

T.J. Fitzell rushed for 201 yards on five carries and scored three times for Tigers (7-1). Bryan Shippee (two touchdowns) added another 130 yards on eight carries.

The South Hadley defense had three sacks and picked off Cathedral twice.

Ian Hanrahan had all three sacks, while Anthony Bullough had the interceptions.

Charlie Allard led the Tigers with 10 tackles.

Boys soccer

South Hadley 3, Holyoke 0 — Nate Flachs (assist) scored twice and Ryan Dickinson (assist) added one goal as the Tigers (10-5-3, 6-3-3 Holley) won on the road Sunday.

Nate Cordova stopped two shots in the first half, while Eric Maryea made three saves in the second for a shared shutout.

Hampshire Regional 1, Sabis 0 — Ben Preston (two saves) and Adam Corey (nine saves) combined for the shutout for the Raiders (9-4-3) Sunday.

Brendan Bzdel scored on an assist from Kevin Brasil.

Girls soccer

Belchertown 6, Chicopee Comp 1 — The Orioles (16-0-2) got three goals and two assists from Breanne Moreau in the win on the road on Saturday.

Brittany Moreau, Alaina Swift and Jackie Soucia also scored.

Ashley Cavanaugh made four saves in net.

Northampton 7, Chicopee 3 — Charlotte Maurer (assist) and Molly King (assist) both had three goals as the Blue Devils (14-1-2, 8-0 Central) won on the road Saturday.

Lauren McGrath also scored, while Maya Kerstetter made six saves in net.

Westfield 2, Amherst 0 — Becca Carkhuff made 12 saves but the Hurricanes (4-9-4) fell on the road Sunday.

Hampshire 0, Holyoke 0 — Brianna Weltlich (four saves) and Madison Boucher (five) combined for the shutout Sunday for the Raiders (6-8-4).

Field hockey

Frontier Regional 3, Turners Falls 0 — Rose Moscaritolo scored three goals, while Sydney Judge and Jordan Rowe each had one assist as the Red Hawks (13-4-1) won on the road Saturday.

Gwen Thayer earned the shutout in net.

Prep schools

Suffield 46, Williston 19 — Despite over 300 yards of offense, the Wildcats lost at home Saturday.

Williston quarterback Gabriel Archambault (11 for 14, 170 yards) threw touchdown passes to Jordan Keliinui and DonQuale Williams, while LeDell Robinson (six carries, 54 yards) ran for a score.

Marquis Francois led Williston’s defense with eight tackles. Evan Cavanaugh forced a fumble.

Girls soccer

Williston 6, Suffield 1 — Gia Parker of Amherst had two goals and two assists in a home win for the Wildcats on Saturday.

Gracie Simpson (two assists) of South Hadley and Gabby Thomas of Florence also scored.

Christina Zalewski and Dina Dahdul made three saves each for Williston (6-5-1).

Field hockey

Williston 7, Suffield 0 — Maddy Jerolman and Catie Laraway (assist) both scored twice in a home win for Williston on Saturday.

Nell Heidinger of Westhampton had a goal and an assist, while Taylor Senecal of South Hadley added an assist.

Morgan Fisher didn’t have to made a save to get the shutout for the Wildcats (8-4).

Boys cross country

Evan Jacobson of Florence took first place overall for Williston at the Shaler Invitational Saturday in Easthampton.

Jacobson finished the 3.1 mile course in 16 minutes, 32 seconds.

The Wildcats placed fourth out of 12 teams.

Girls cross country

Williston placed fifth at the Shaler Invitational Saturday.

Devon Greenwood of Easthampton placed fifth overall for the Wildcats.

Boys water polo

Suffield 15, Williston 6 — Matt Freire, Ryan Cavanaugh and James Hatch each had two goals at home Saturday for Williston (4-9).

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