High Schools: Owen Dawson’s big day powers South Hadley past Amherst, 12-3

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  • South Hadley goalie Anthony Cigal, center (5), meets heavy traffic as he steps away from the net to take control in the second quarter of the Tigers’ 12-3 win over Amherst on Monday in South Hadley. STAFF PHOTO/KEVIN GUTTING

  • South Hadley’s Charlie Anischik, right, drives against Stiven Cruz of Amherst in the second quarter of the Tigers’ 12-3 win over the Hurricanes on Monday in South Hadley. STAFF PHOTO/KEVIN GUTTING

  • South Hadley’s Ethan Roy, left, and Stiven Cruz of Amherst converge on a loose ball in the second quarter of the Tigers’ 12-3 win over the Hurricanes on Monday in South Hadley. STAFF PHOTO/KEVIN GUTTING

  • South Hadley’s Chase Mathers, left, is pursued by Bowen Woodard-McNiff of Amherst in the second quarter of the Tigers’ 12-3 win over the Hurricanes on Monday, June 14, 2021, in South Hadley. —STAFF PHOTO/KEVIN GUTTING

  • South Hadley's Owen Dawson, left, is pursued by Tanner Selig of Amherst in the second quarter of the Tigers' 12-3 win over the Hurricanes on Monday, June 14, 2021, in South Hadley. —STAFF PHOTO/KEVIN GUTTING

Published: 6/14/2021 9:33:18 PM

South Hadley freshman Owen Dawson amassed seven points, scoring four goals with three assists Monday, as the Tigers boys lacrosse team beat Amherst 12-3 at home.

Charlie Anischik had a hat trick, while Ethan Roy and Cade Laramee added two goals and an assist each for the Tigers. Jack Sullivan found the net once. Caleb Bradley and Brock Fitzell each contributed an assist.

South Hadley’s Anthony Cigal stopped 17 shots.

John Hanscom (assist), Dom McDonald and Shire Thompson had a goal each for Amherst.

Hurricanes goalie Liam Johnson made 11 saves.

Boys track and field

Frontier 98, Franklin Tech 24 — Jack Vecellio took down another school record, as the Redhawks capped an undefeated regular season to win the league championship.

He crossed the 400-meter hurdles finish line in 57.2 seconds, breaking Phaelon Koski’s mark of 57.5 from 2019. Vecellio also won the 100 (11.5).

Jesse Kurkolonis was first in the javelin at 119 feet, 4 inches and the 110 hurdles (18.2)

Ian Burt took first in the triple jump (35-8) and 400. He was on Frontier’s winning 4x400 relay team (4:21.3) with Patrick Boyden, Jamih Griffin and Erich Brown.

Brown placed first in the 800.

Oliver Brown led off the Redhawks’ victorious 4x1 (50.2) follows by Longyao Xu, Jack Storm and Miles Ferreira. Ferreira also picked up a victory in the 200 (25.2)




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