H.S. Roundup: Frontier golf team knocks off Hampshire

  • Frontier's Ryan Cetto tees off on Hole No. 1 at the Cherry Hill Golf Course in Amherst on Monday. J. Anthony Roberts

  • Frontier's Alex Gochinski putts on the first hole at Cherry Hill Golf Course in Amherst on Monday against Hampshire. For the Gazette/J. Anthony Roberts

  • Frontier's Alex Gochinski tees off on the second hole on Monday at the Cherry Hill Golf Course. J. Anthony Roberts

  • Hampshire’s Brayden Fennessey sinks a bogey on Hole No. 1 at Cherry Hill Golf Course on Monday against Frontier. For the Gazette/J. Anthony Roberts

  • Hampshire's Levi Zielinski tees off on the first hole at the Cherry Hill Golf Course on Monday against Frontier. Zielinski was the match medalist with a 41. For the Gazette/J. Anthony Roberts

Staff Reports
Published: 9/20/2021 9:34:33 PM

It was a steady performance from the entire Frontier golf lineup on Monday against Hampshire. 

Each Redhawk shot in the 40s — all six finishing within four strokes of each other — as the Redhawks earned a 16-8 victory over the Raiders at Cherry Hill Golf Course in Amherst. 

Alex Gochinski shot a team-low 45 for Frontier with Ryan Cetto and Kevin Baumann each shooting 46s. Cam Skiffington had a 47 while Shane Prusak and Cade Allenby carded 49s in the win. 

Levi Zielinski was the match medalist with a 41 for Hampshire. Brayden Fennessey recorded a 47 while tim Florek (50), Owen Lech (52), Nicholas Elias-Gillette (53) and Pryden Messier (53) rounded out the Raider lineup.

Northampton 18½, Amherst 5½ — A dynamite match in the No. 1 spot saw both Northampton’s Galen Fowles and Amherst’s Piet Hartman shoot 36s and split four points at Amherst Golf Club on Monday.

Evan Yurko shot 39 for Northampton and won three points while Reilly Fowles shot 40 and also nabbed three points in the win. Jack Mattison Gulotta’s 42 was good enough for a four-point sweep at No. 5.

Amherst’s Chase Lashway and Ben Oates each shot 43.

Belchertown 21, South Hadley 3 — Ryan O’Neil and Riley Breen won seven of a possible eight points to lift the Orioles.

Boys soccer

Gateway 1, McCann Tech 1 — Gator Ryan Keach scored in the first half but the Hornets responded with a goal of their own in the second half, leading to a 1-1 draw in North Adams on Monday. 

Landon Richard had the assist on Keach’s goal. 

Granby 4, Renaissance 0 — Four different Rams found the back of the net as Granby raced past the Phoenix, 4-0, on Monday in Springfield. 

Liam Brown, Roman Bullock, Jonathan Santiago and Francisco Climent were the Ram goalscorers. 

St. Mary’s 4, PVCICS 0 — Jonathan Baillargeon recorded a hat trick and assisted another goal to lead the Saints to a 4-0 win over PVCICS on Monday. 

Brady Collins scored and assisted on two of Baillargeon’s goals for St. Mary’s. 

Sabis 6, Smith Academy 0 — Eric Kibarra and Jeremy Ndungu each scored a pair of goals as Sabis beat the Falcons, 6-0, in Springfield on Monday. 

Ryan Belina made 17 saves in the loss.

West Springfield 4, Amherst 1 — Lorcan Mitchell scored two goals and assisted on his team’s two others to help the undefeated Terriers score a win Monday in Amherst.

Belchertown 1, East Longmeadow 1 — Nicholas Adzima scored the Orioles’ lone tally with an assist from Luke Gariepy as Belchertown tied East Longmeadow, 1-1, in Smith League action Monday in East Longmeadow.

Jacob Chaisson made five saves in the Belchertown net.

Easthampton 4, Lenox 0 — Clinging to a 1-0 lead at halftime, the Eagles pumped in three goals after the break to pull away for the 4-0 win.

Easthampton’s Carter Doughdrill got the scoring started in the first half, assisted by Javier Simms. Doughdrill notched his second of the game in the final 40 minutes, while Carter Hebert and Aymane Oulbeid also tallied for the Eagles. Hebert notched two assists and Joe Boyer also tossed in a helper.

Goalie Griffin Foskitt made seven saves to pitch the shutout.

Girls soccer

Northampton 5, Hampshire 0 — The Blue Devils raced out to a three-goal lead at the half and tallied two more in the second half to pull away with a 5-0 win over the visiting Raiders on Monday. 

Chloe Denhart scored twice while Sofia Ciaglo, Abigail Achmad and Kendall Reynolds found the back of the net in the win for Northampton. Caroline Riordon racked up seven saves to pitch the shutout for the Devils.

Delaney Cantwell made 10 saves for Hampshire.

Field hockey

Frontier 7, Northampton 1 — Rebecca Wallace-West gave the Blue Devil defense fits, scoring a hat trick as the Redhawks cruised to a 7-1 victory on Monday in South Deerfield. 

Briana Storozuk found the back of the cage twice while Lila Roche and Emily DeMaio also recorded goals in the win. Maeve Huit, DeMaio and Ashley Taylor had assists for Frontier. 

Zoey Ames had the lone Northampton goal while Mavis Rudof made eight saves for the Blue Devils. 

South Hadley 2, Greenfield 0 — The Tigers did their damage in the first half, scoring a pair of goals which ulitmately led to a 2-0 win over the visiting Green Wave on Monday. 

Isabella Alcaraz scored off an assist from Meg Carey in the first quarter and Carey scored off a dish from Jenna Hobart in the second quarter for South Hadley. 

Kaitlyn Lynes made six saves in the win while Ainslee Flynn stopped three shots for Greenfield. It was the second straight shutout for Lynes, who also pitched a zero last week in the Tigers’ 1-0 win over Frontier.


Smith Vocational 3, Commerce 0 — Heidelex Cordova had six aces and three digs to give the Vikings a 25-17, 25-21, 25-20 win over Commerce on Monday. 

Amherst 3, Belchertown 0 — Nicole Lambert smashed 11 kills while Delaney Macphetres had seven kills and nine aces as the Hurricanes picked up a 25-5, 25-14, 25-19 victory over the Orioles on Monday. 

Liza Beigel tallied six aces and Annabel Ogden scored five aces in the win for Amherst. Macphetres dominated at the service line in the opening set, while Lambert did it at both ends of the floor in the win.

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