Friday’s high schools: Belchertown boys soccer cruises past Frontier
Eight different players scored as the Belchertown boys soccer team cruised past Frontier Regional 10-2 in Belchertown Friday.
Jack Kamins scored three goals to lead the way for the Orioles (10-2).
Kyle Gadoury, Nick Drost (assist), Alex DeSantis (assist), Sam Stroman, Cameron Messier (two assists), Noah Lussier (assist) and Jack Stinson each had one goal for Belchertown.
Christopher Noga added two assists, while Lewis Berger (two saves) and Connor Curtain (six saves) shared the shutout in net for Belchertown.
Jamie Blinder scored both goals for Frontier (5-5-1) and was assisted both times by Connor Hamilton.
Dylan Husted finished with 27 saves for Frontier.
Central 2, Northampton 0 — Jon Brodeur made 10 saves for the Blue Devils (1-13-0) in the home loss.
Hampshire 5, Southwick 0 — Kevin Brasil scored four second half goals, leading the Raiders (6-0-4, 4-0-2 Holley) on the road.
Bryan Brasil scored the other goal for Hampshire and also had two assists. Colin Dearborn and Harry George also added assists for Hampshire.
Ben Preston finished with six saves for the Raiders.
Amherst 1, Ludlow 1 — For second time in less than a week, the Hurricanes (8-2-3, 2-0-3 Smith) and Lions played to a draw. The teams tied 2-2 last weekend.
Ian Robson scored the lone goal for Amherst.
Mike Rock had eight saves for Amherst.
South Hadley 1, Easthampton 1 — Maddi Grabowski scored in the 11th minute with an assist from Willow Ross to give the Eagles (8-1-3) an early lead.
It didn’t last as three minutes later Gigi Thibault tied the game with an assist from Meghan Ginley for the Tigers (7-4-3).
Alyssa Fugiel made six saves for Easthampton, while Abby Lukasik stopped three for South Hadley.
The Tigers need one more point to qualify for the postseason.
Gateway Regional 0, Hopkins Academy 0 — Kelsey Christoforo made her first varsity start in goal and made three saves, including a close one in the final minute, for the Golden Hawks (5-7-2).
Sarah Otterbeck made three stops for the Gators (8-2-3).
Frontier 0, Athol 0 — Camilla Baronas had 10 saves as the Red Hawks (4-5-2, 1-3-1 Pioneer North) battled to a scoreless draw with Athol.