H.S. Roundup: Braden Joy nets hat trick in debut for South Hadley boys soccer

Staff Reports
Published: 9/14/2021 9:32:16 PM

Braden Joy made a splash in his varsity debut, scoring three goals for the South Hadley boys soccer team in a 5-0 win over Mount Everett on Tuesday in Sheffield.

Nate Carillon had two assists. Brady Mendoza and Charlie Anischik each had one goal.

Carlos David and Timmy Laporte passed on assist each.

Tyler Evans stopped the one shot he faced to keep a clean sheet.

Frontier 2, Wahconah 1 — Dante Ruggiano netted the eventual game-winning goal in the 40th minute, enabling Frontier to snag a key Moriarty League victory Tuesday in Whately.

Tyler Dubreuil got the scoring started for the Redhawks, as he continued his hot offensive start to the season with a 14th-minute strike from Brady Burch to make it 1-0.

Ruggiano doubled the advantage in the 40th minute, with an assist credited to Fernando Saravia.

Wahconah made it a 2-1 game in the 57th minute, but Frontier held from there to pick up an impressive win. Goalie Dylan Martin made three saves, as the Redhawks held a 10-8 edge in shots.

Girls soccer

Smith Academy 5, Athol 0 — Five different players tallied as the Falcons earned a 5-0 Bi-County League win on Tuesday in Hatfield.

Megan Bell, Maddie Fagan, Story Goldman, Haley Springman and Caitlin Graves all scored goals for Smith Academy, which led 3-0 at halftime.

Emma Bacigalupo made 14 saves, including several point-blank shots from the Falcons.

Hampshire 6, Pittsfield 0 — Six Raiders found the net in a home win.

Penelope Villada, Maise Bolwer (assist), Ella Forest (assist) Brie Salomao (assist), Kayla Lukasiewicz and Addison Miklasiewicz scored a goal each.

Makena Rogalski and Delaney Cantwell combined for the shutout with five saves between them.

Granby 1, Quaboag 1 — Ella Laliberte scored in the first half to help the Rams earn a road draw Monday.

Ariana Klekotka assisted the tally.

Gabby Walz stopped 10 shots.

Field hockey

Longmeadow 5, South Hadley 0 — Kaitlyn Lynes turned away 18 shots in a road loss.

The Tigers put one shot on net.

Holyoke 3, Athol 1 — Abby Kirwan’s second quarter goal had the Bears right back in the game, but Holyoke’s Gracie Chesmore added an insurance tally early in the third quarter en route to a 3-1 victory on Tuesday in County League action in Athol.

Holyoke led 2-0 thanks to early goals from Siobhan Armstrong and Samantha Brennan, but Kirwan’s tally with 10:40 remaining before halftime made it a 2-1 game into the break. Christa Cucchi assisted on the goal.

Athol goalie Sam Kenniff made 12 saves on the afternoon.

Frontier 2, West Springfield 0 — Lila Roche found the back of the net twice, and Frontier continued to play well during the early portion of the season behind a 2-0 Suburban League victory over the Terriers Tuesday night at Clark Field in West Springfield.

Roche made it 1-0 with a goal late in the first quarter, and doubled the advantage with some insurance in the fourth quarter. Maeve Huit assisted on both markers for the Redhawks, which received two saves from Ella Flanders to post the shutout. Frontier held a 9-6 edge in penalty corners.

Next up is an intriguing road trip to play South Hadley on Thursday.




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