High schools: Bella Cebula tallies 3 points as Belchertown field hockey blanks Amherst

Staff reports
Published: 10/18/2021 9:48:41 PM

Bella Cebula accumulated three points with two assists and a goal, as the Belchertown field hockey team defeated Amherst 4-0 at home Monday.

Abigail Olden scored twice. Adianna Dubuque had a goal and an assist.

Belchertown goalie Eliza Rothstein saved three shots.

Amherst goalie McKenzie Shreyer stopped 10 shots.

South Hadley 3, Quaboag 0 – Meg Carey played a part in all three goals: scoring two and assisting Jenna Hobert. Hobert also added an assist to go with her tally.

Kaitlyn Lynes kept out the one shot she faced for her sixth shutout of the season.

Smith Academy 8, Turners Falls 1 – Bailey McCoy distributed three assists and had a goal for the Falcons. Smith Academy’s Charlotte Hennings contributed a hat trick. Allie Emrick, Charlotte Cavanaugh and Tess Marini-Rapoport each put in a goal, while Makena Valentine and Amanda Novak distributed an assist each.

Hadley Szynal stopped two shots.

East Longmeadow 2, Northampton 1 – Katie Sledzieski scored for the Blue Devils, who fell at home. Anna Cuthbert-Laidlaw had the assist.

Mavis Rudof kept out 14 shots.

Pioneer Regional 1, Holyoke 0 – Izzy Murphy had three saves for the Purple Knights at home.

Boys soccer

PVCICS 0, Pathfinder 0 – Adam Speek made eight saves, as the Dragons drew the league leaders in Hadley.

Belchertown 3, Frontier 0 – Hunter LePage, Jack Holt and Dominic Mancuso each found the net, as the Orioles won for the sixth time in the past seven games. They haven’t lost since Sept. 28 at Amherst.

South Hadley 1, Chicopee 0 – Brady Mendoza scored off a corner play with less than four minutes remaining to deliver a win for the Tigers. Tyler Evans made five saves to keep the clean sheet.

Northampton 2, Central 1 – Ryland Breen scored the game-winner for the Blue Devils with 20 minutes left. John Senn McNally assisted on the play.

Brady McDonald put Northampton ahead early with a penalty kick. The Golden Eagles tied it on an own goal. Alex Caldonaro saved eight shots for Northampton.

Girls soccer

Hampshire 2, Wahconah 1 – The Raiders built a 2-0 halftime lead and held on for a tight win Monday evening.

Parker Pallante and Ella Forest scored for Hampshire, with assists to Forest and Kayla Lukasiewicz.

Hampshire goalie Makena Rogalski made 10 saves.

Mount Everett 3, Hopkins Academy 2 – Tia Fyden tied the game at 2 for the Golden Hawks in the 58th minute. She also had an assist on the opening Hopkins goal. Helen Vissas put the Golden Hawks ahead 1-0 in the 46th minute.

Mount Everett converted a penalty in the 73rd minute to escape with the victory.

Amherst 3, Easthampton 2 – Madeline Hockman had a goal and an assist for the Hurricanes.

Sophie Higham netted the game winner in the 67th minute. Amherst keeper Lily Gleason saved five shots.

Selma Keochakian added a goal for the Hurricanes, while Ivorie Arguin had an assist.

Abigail McClaflin put the Eagles ahead in the 12th minute from Caitlin Padeck.

Addison Barr made 11 saves for Easthampton.

Frontier 0, Palmer 0 – CC Green stopped all 10 shots she faced to pitch a shutout Monday.

Palmer held a 13-3 edge in shots.

Girls volleyball

Paulo Friere 3, Smith Vocational 0 – Heidelex Cordova had eight digs, as the Vikings fell 25-9, 25-7, 25-7. Jaycee Beaulieu made three blocks. Amber Pensivy and Yanibel Agosto each served an ace.

Mount Greylock 3, Easthampton 1 – Delima Fourner had 18 assists and 12 digs in a 22-25, 25-23, 25-23, 25-16 loss for the Eagles.

Rina Damon (four kills) and Skylar Raskevits served two aces each.

Marlina Devine had six kills, three blocks and 10 digs.




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