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Monday’s high schools: Hopkins boys clinch Schmid Division soccer title

  • Dan Brandt, lef, of Easthampton, heads the ball away from Jamie Blinder, of Frontier Regional, Monday in Easthampton.<br/>JERREY ROBERTS

    Dan Brandt, lef, of Easthampton, heads the ball away from Jamie Blinder, of Frontier Regional, Monday in Easthampton.
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  • Mike Grise, left, of Easthampton, and Niko Ames, third from left, of Frontier Regional, go to the ball Monday in Easthampton.<br/>JERREY ROBERTS

    Mike Grise, left, of Easthampton, and Niko Ames, third from left, of Frontier Regional, go to the ball Monday in Easthampton.
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  • Anthony Redfern, left, of Easthampton, gets control of the ball beside Andy Habel, of Frontier Regional, Monday in Easthampton.<br/>JERREY ROBERTS

    Anthony Redfern, left, of Easthampton, gets control of the ball beside Andy Habel, of Frontier Regional, Monday in Easthampton.
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  • Andy Habel, of Frontier Regional, center, heads the ball between Dan Brandt, left, of Easthampton, and Connor Hamilton Monday in Easthampton.<br/>JERREY ROBERTS

    Andy Habel, of Frontier Regional, center, heads the ball between Dan Brandt, left, of Easthampton, and Connor Hamilton Monday in Easthampton.
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  • Connor Hamilton, left, of Frontier Regional, and Raphiel Coleman, of Easthampton, go to the ball Monday in Easthampton.<br/>JERREY ROBERTS

    Connor Hamilton, left, of Frontier Regional, and Raphiel Coleman, of Easthampton, go to the ball Monday in Easthampton.
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  • Sam Gigas, center, of Easthampton, passes ahead of Andy Habel, left, of Frontier Regional Monday in Easthampton.JERREY ROBERTS

    Sam Gigas, center, of Easthampton, passes ahead of Andy Habel, left, of Frontier Regional Monday in Easthampton.JERREY ROBERTS Purchase photo reprints »

  • Dylan Landry, right, of Frontier Regional, gets control of a pass beside Spencer Polonis, of Easthampton, Monday in Easthampton.<br/>JERREY ROBERTS

    Dylan Landry, right, of Frontier Regional, gets control of a pass beside Spencer Polonis, of Easthampton, Monday in Easthampton.
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  • Dan Brandt, lef, of Easthampton, heads the ball away from Jamie Blinder, of Frontier Regional, Monday in Easthampton.<br/>JERREY ROBERTS
  • Mike Grise, left, of Easthampton, and Niko Ames, third from left, of Frontier Regional, go to the ball Monday in Easthampton.<br/>JERREY ROBERTS
  • Anthony Redfern, left, of Easthampton, gets control of the ball beside Andy Habel, of Frontier Regional, Monday in Easthampton.<br/>JERREY ROBERTS
  • Andy Habel, of Frontier Regional, center, heads the ball between Dan Brandt, left, of Easthampton, and Connor Hamilton Monday in Easthampton.<br/>JERREY ROBERTS
  • Connor Hamilton, left, of Frontier Regional, and Raphiel Coleman, of Easthampton, go to the ball Monday in Easthampton.<br/>JERREY ROBERTS
  • Sam Gigas, center, of Easthampton, passes ahead of Andy Habel, left, of Frontier Regional Monday in Easthampton.JERREY ROBERTS
  • Dylan Landry, right, of Frontier Regional, gets control of a pass beside Spencer Polonis, of Easthampton, Monday in Easthampton.<br/>JERREY ROBERTS

Paul Delamy scored a hat trick and Tyler Szymkowicz also posted three points as the Hopkins Academy boys soccer team clinched the Schmid Division title with a 6-0 shutout of Sabis on Monday afternoon in Hadley.

Szymkowicz had a goal and two assists, while Evan Delaney (assist) and Pat Knightly added a goal each for the Golden Hawks (15-1-1, 6-1). Zach Kelley, John Martinez and Zach Anderson earned an assist apiece.

Ben Pitta made three saves in 65 minutes, while Ethan Sanderson stopped a pair over the final 15.

South Hadley 2, Palmer 1 — Alex Dragon scored from AJ Mercer with seven minutes left in regulation to keep the Tigers (7-8-2, 1-5-1 Holley) alive with the win on senior night.

Nate Flachs had the other South Hadley goal on an assist from Cam Della Torre, while Chris Zuchowski made seven saves.

South Hadley must win at Palmer Thursday at 7 p.m. to earn a Division 3 tournament berth.

Frontier Regional 1, Easthampton 0 — Jamie Blinder scored the lone goal for the Red Hawks (6-7-2, 4-4-1 Schmid) on the road.

Niko Ames picked up an assist, while Dylan Husted made five saves for the shutout.

Brady Parker stopped nine shots for the Eagles (0-12-1, 0-7).

Renaissance 2, Smith Academy 1 — Quinn Rickert scored from Ben Bruscoe but the Falcons (8-6-3, 3-2-2 McGrath South) fell on the road.

Cam Woodward stopped 10 shots for Smith.

Ware 5, Smith Vocational 0 — Will Ingram made five saves in the road loss for the Vikings (3-9-3).

Holyoke Catholic 1, Granby 0 — Nick Cox scored, while Tom Heavren made six saves as the Gaels (9-6-2, 1-5-1 McGrath South) posted the shutout in Chicopee.

Brett Sullivan made six saves for the Rams (6-9-2, 0-6-1).

Gateway Regional 1, Westfield 0 — Curtis Dowers scored and Spencer Rock made four saves in place of an injured Mike Arel as the Gators (11-4-2) won at home.

Girls soccer

Belchertown 4, Pittsfield 1 — The Moreau twins combined for three goals and four points as the Orioles (15-0-1) won a home showdown between teams that had previously combined for one loss.

Breanne Moreau scored twice, while Brittany had a goal and an assist. Mackenzie Yelle added a tally for Belchertown, with Bryanna Veroneau and Christina Delude picking up an assist apiece.

Ashley Cavanaugh (four saves) and Sarah LaClair (two) split time in goal.

The loss for the Generals (11-2-1) snapped a 12-game unbeaten streak.

Westfield 2, Northampton 1 — Lily Glading-Dilorenzo scored an unassisted goal with roughly 14 minutes to play, but the Blue Devils (3-10-3, 2-4-1 Kurty-Fielding) were unable to find the equalizer in the loss on senior night.

Rose Katz-Berger stopped nine shots for Hamp, which received solid play from seniors Lauren McGrath, Sage Loomis and Bailey Aaron in their final home game.

Hoosac 2, Frontier Regional 0 — Camilla Baronas made 15 saves for the Red Hawks (6-6-2) in the independent home loss.

Easthampton 2, Holyoke Catholic 1 — Freshman Maddi Grabowski scored the tying- and game-winning goals in the second half as the Eagles (10-1-3) won at home.

Gabby Downer had one assist, while Alyssa Fugiel made four saves.

Alliana Hasiuk scored from Danielle Easton for the Gaels (8-5-3), while Katie Klejna made seven saves.

Field hockey

Amherst Regional 5, Pioneer Regional 1 — Shannon Hebert scored four goals with an assist for the Hurricanes (3-11) in the road victory.

Georgia Nichols also scored for Amherst, while Julia O’Connell assisted on a pair.

Nadia Squitiero made 11 saves in the win.

Northampton 2, Palmer 1 — Emily Allcroft and Alex Dibrindisi each scored once to left the Blue Devils (11-4-2, 7-0 Central) to a home victory.

Ursa Heidinger and Emily Poehlein assisted once apiece.

Girls volleyball

Minnechaug 3, Frontier Regional 0 — The Red Hawks (14-3, 6-1 Eastern) lost to a team from western Massachusetts for the first time since 2006 on their senior night.

Frontier dropped the first two games by identical 28-26 scores, then lost the third 25-20.

Seniors Sarah Woodward (19 kills), Haley Dacyczyn and Annali Yurkiewicz combined for 18 digs. Emily Woodward had 27 assists and 10 digs.

Longmeadow 3, Amherst Regional 1 — The Hurricanes (10-5, 2-5 Eastern) won the first game, but fell 21-25, 25-17, 25-16, 25-22 on senior night.

Ali Ziomek had nine kills and nine digs, while Grace Frank had eight digs and two aces.

Caroline Jones added 10 digs and three blocks, while Casey Long chipped in with 16 digs and three kills.

Middle blocker Paige Darby and Julia Fay combined for seven kills.

All six players are seniors.

Chicopee 3, Easthampton 1 — Hajar Akanour had five kills and three digs, while Amanda Lambert added three kills and 12 digs, but the Eagles (5-10, 2-5 Southern) fell 10-25, 13-25, 25-18, 19-25.

Katie Avard added five assists in the loss.

Sabis 3, Belchertown 1 — The Orioles (5-12, 2-6 Southern) dropped the road match, 25-13, 25-15, 20-25, 25-14.

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