High Schools: Northampton’s Sofia Ciaglo nets hat trick in 7-1 win over Granby

Staff Reports
Published: 10/1/2021 9:39:20 PM

Sofia Ciaglo found the back of the net three times, and visiting Northampton bounced back into the win column on the strength of a 7-1 victory over Granby in a Central League girls soccer game Friday in Granby.

The Blue Devils (3-4-2 overall), which led 4-1 at halftime, also received goals from Carolynn Skubiszewski, Kendall Reynolds, Ava Springfield and Roxana Clauson. Skubiszewski assisted on a pair of goals while Briana Heafey, Leah Greene and Kaiah Gregory also notched assists in a balanced Northampton offensive effort.

Caroline Riordon made three saves for Northampton while Granby keeper Gabby Walz stopped 11 shots.

South Hadley 3, Pittsfield 0 — A Lauren Marjanski hat trick propelled the Tigers to a Kurty/Fielding victory over the Generals in action Friday.

South Hadley (6-2) led 1-0 at halftime before Marjanski tallied twice in the final 40 minutes to seal the deal. Emma Sanford assisted on one of her tallies.

Drew Alley stopped all six shots to record a South Hadley clean sheet. The Tigers held a 19-9 edge in shots.

Longmeadow 1, Hampshire 0 — Makena Rogalski made 12 saves for the Raiders in a tight 1-0 loss to the Lancers on Friday.

Longmeadow’s Samantha Goodrich scored the only goal of the outing, assisted by MacKenna Reynolds.

Belchertown 0, Minnechaug 0 — Belchertown goalie Mabelle Bessett made three saves for the shutout as the two sides played to a scoreless draw Friday night.

Minnechaug goalie Mackenzi Pastreck made four saves.

Boys soccer

Belchertown 5, Pope Francis 2 — Locked in a 2-2 game at halftime, the Orioles stepped things up in the second half to pull away for the 5-2 win.

Dominic Mancuso tallied twice for Belchertown, which also received goals from Nathaniel Oldenburg, Joe Bianco and Thomas Vinagre.

Belchertown assists were credited to Hunter LePage, Shay O'Neill and Nathan Davis. Goalkeeper Jacob Chaisson made two saves.

Hampshire 5, Southwick 0 — Two goals from Owen Miller lifted the Raiders to another victory on Friday.

Miller scored a goal in each half, as Hampshire led 2-0 at intermission before putting three in the back of the net in the final 40 minutes. Aidan Miklasiewicz also scored in the win, as did Chase Corbeil and Vincent Zononi, who each tallied the first varsity goals of their careers.

Mike Thibault notched two assists while Miklasiewicz and Aidan Moynahan also dished out helpers. It was another shutout for goalie Elan Kuntz, who made five saves.

Holyoke 1, Monson 1 — Aiden Whitley tallied the lone goal for the Purple Knights in a 1-1 tie against Monson Friday afternoon.

Holyoke keeper Keegan Kukucka recorded five saves.

Smith Academy 3, Sabis 1 — Two more goals from Riley Intrator sent the Falcons to a 3-1 win in a Schmid League contest Friday in Hatfield.

Intrator’s fifth-minute goal had Smith Academy ahead 1-0 at halftime, with an assist from Cameron Zononi. It was tied 1-1 before Zononi again found Intrator in the 64th minute to re-take the lead. Ben Huzdik provided the insurance tally five minutes later with Intrator delivering the assist. It was a role-reversal as Sabis won 6-0 when the teams met last week.

Ryan Belina made 18 saves for the Falcons (6-2) in a busy day between the pipes.

“This was a hard fought game and a good win for us,” Smith Academy coach Jason Duncan said.

Granby 7, Greenfield 2 — Four goals from Liam Brown and a big second half helped the Rams roll past Greenfield on Friday.

Locked in a 2-2 game at halftime, Granby scored five times in the second half. Jonathan Santiago, Francisco Clement (three assists) and Riley Goodhind also scored goals in the win.

Granby (8-1) had assists from Cody White and Colin Murdock, while keeper Daniel Gauvin made three saves.

Field hockey

Smith Academy 5, Hampshire 0 — Charlotte Hennings scored twice, and host Smith Academy scored twice in the second quarter en route to a 5-0 win over Hampshire Friday in Hatfield.

Makena Valentine buried a penalty stroke, while Bella Gavron and Tess Marni-Rapport also tallied for the Falcons (8-0-1), while Hennings added an assist. Elena Baranoski and Allie Emrick played well defensively for Smith, while goalie Hadley Szynal stopped all three shots she faced.

Frontier 1, Belchertown 0 — Despite a 20-2 shot advantage, the Redhawks struggled to get shots past Oriole goalie Eliza Rothstein. 

A penalty stroke by Lila Roche with 7:48 saved the day for Frontier, lifting it to a 1-0 victory in Belchertown. 

Ella Flanders made two saves in the win while Rothstein stopped 15 shots for the Orioles. 

Greenfield 11, Amherst 0 — It was an offensive barrage from the Green Wave, cruising to an 11-0 win over the host Hurricanes on Friday. 

Maddy Kuchieski and Josie Cloutier had hat tricks for Greenfield while Lilia Kachelmeyer scored a pair of goals. MacKenzie Paulin, Ivy Rae and McKenzie Boswell found the back of the cage in the victory. Rae added two assists. 

South Hadley 2, Westfield 2 — Bella Alcaraz and Gabi Moroney scored goals for the Tigers in a 2-2 independent tie Friday night on the turf in South Hadley.

Moroney assisted Alcaraz’s goal, as South Hadley (5-1-2) rallied from a 2-1 halftime deficit to earn a point.

Kaitlyn Lynes stopped 12 shots in net for the hosts.

Girls volleyball

Amherst 3, West Springfield 0 — On the strength of 32 aces, the Hurricanes rolled to an independent sweep of West Springfield Friday night on the road.

Amherst captured a 25-9, 25-22, 25-19 victory.

Claire Michaels had seven of Amherst’s 32 aces, while Nicole Lambert, Annabel Ogden, Juliana Shepard and Liza Beigel all chipped in four aces apiece.

Delaney MacPhetres put down a team-high five kills, followed by Sky Yamagiwa and Audrey Bowen with four apiece. Ogden finished with 25 assists, and Beigel’s 15 digs paced a defensive performance that also featured nine from Ogden, eight from Adriana Lyra-Brazao and seven from Michaels.

Frontier 3, Agawam 0 — Two nights removed from a tough loss on the road at Lee, the Frontier girls volleyball team got back into the win column in dominant fashion Friday night.

The host Redhawks handled their business to the tune of a 25-16, 25-18, 25-8 sweep of Agawam in an independent match played at Goodnow Gymnasium.

Jillian Apanell put down 15 kills in a solid offensive outing, while Lilah Evans followed with five kills. Frontier (7-3) totaled 20 aces, with seven coming from Evans and six from Eve Dougan. Defensively, Dougan amassed seven digs while libero Brooke Davis totaled six. Setter Sydney Scanlon notched 20 assists while Allie Pierce added three assists.

Smith Vocational 3, Renaissance 0 — Jaycee Beaulieu dished out 10 assists to go with six blocks, five kills and four aces as the Vikings got past Renaissance, 29-27, 25-15, 25-11.

Jordan Dunham went for five kills in the win, while Yanibel Agosto had 10 digs, four aces and three kills.


Ware 15, Amherst 9 — Piet Hartman capped an overall stellar week with 3½ points in his match at No. 1 after shooting 37, but the Hurricanes dropped a 15-9 decision to Ware on Friday.

Amherst’s Ben Oates (41) won three points in the No. 3 spot, while teammate Ben Scott (44) took two points at No. 5.

Belchertown 18½, Palmer 5½ — Brady Perkins, Ben Anderson and Tyler McDonald all won their matches 4-0 to lift the Orioles to a convincing victory on Friday.

Henry Poissant and Ryan O'Neil each won three points for Belchertown.

Monson 22½, Easthampton 1½ — The Eagles’ low round of the day went to Mikey Thompson in the No. 4 spot, as he shot 51 and won 1½ points for Easthampton in Friday’s loss at Holyoke Country Club.

Easthampton’s Connor Perreault shot 52 while Tanner Kmetz and Drew Thompson each shot 53.

Chicopee Comp 12½,  Frontier 11½ — Ryan Cetto and Cade Allenby tied for a team-low score of 44 but it wasn’t enough as the Redhawks fell to the Colts, 12½-11½, at Cherry Hill on Friday.

Cam Skiffington shot a 46, Kevin Baumann carded a 47, Shane Prusak finished with a 48 and Alex Gochinski recorded a 52 in the loss.

South Hadley 21½, Hopkins Academy 2½ — Keegan Earle led a balanced attack with a low round of 44 as the Tigers rolled Friday at Holyoke Country Club.

Austin Deren and Bennett Allen both shot 45 and swept four points each for South Hadley, while Nick Hartley (48) and Ben Gardiner (49) also won their matches. John Viola notched a 4-0 sweep to round of the Tigers’ lineup.

Hopkins’ Connor Asselin shot a team-low 45.

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