Thursday’s girls soccer: Northampton shuts out South Hadley
Leah Tompkins and Galit Sarvet netted second-half goals as the Northampton girls soccer team downed South Hadley 2-0 at home Thursday.
Charlotte Maurer assisted on Tompkins’ score, while Sarvet bent in a corner kick for an unassisted tally.
Maya Kerstetter made four saves for the shutout for the Blue Devils (8-1-1). Alexis Gawron stopped six shots for the Tigers (2-7-3).
Belchertown 6, Central 0 — Breanne Moreau led the way for the Orioles (10-0-2) with three goals and one assist as they stayed unbeaten with an easy home victory.
Natalie Caney scored a goal and added two assists, while Jackie Soucia had one goal and one assist and Brittany Moreau tallied a goal. Jill Cavanaugh also provided an assist.
Sarah LaClair and Ashley Cavanaugh split time in goal for the Orioles, but neither recorded a save.
Hampshire Regional 4, Monson 4 — The Raiders (5-5-3) led the unbeaten Mustangs (10-0-1) by scores of 3-0 and 4-1, but settled for a draw in Westhampton.
Sarah Kober scored twice for Hampshire, while Savannah Waters and Siena Caron added one goal each.
Vanessa Groeber, Michelle Nardi and Elizabeth Hotham were credited with assists.
Brianna Weltlich made seven saves for the Raiders.
Smith Academy 4, Taconic 2 — Hannah Rickert scored a pair of goals at home to lead the Falcons (11-1) to their sixth straight victory.
Anna Gelotte had a goal and an assist in the win. Nicole Gay added a tally and Cassidy Snyder two assists.
Brooke Pashek made seven saves in net for Smith.
Gateway Regional 1, Athol 1 — Kendall Rooney tied it up on an assist from Sarah Stec as the Gators (7-3-1) came away with a road draw.
Brooke Fairman made five saves for Gateway.
Holyoke 2, Frontier Regional 0 — Camilla Baronas made 16 saves for the Red Hawks (0-8-2) in the loss on the road.