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Wednesday’s high schools: South Hadley field hockey barrages East Longmeadow in shutout win

  • Sarah Paradee, center, of Smith Voke, hits against Southwick-Tolland, Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2018 at Smith Vocational and Agricultural High School.

  • Haleigh Pensivy, of Smith Voke, serves to Southwick-Tolland, Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2018 at Smith Vocational and Agricultural High School.

  • Marissa Rodrigues, center, of Smith Voke, digs the ball between teammates Sarah Paradee, left, and Haleigh Pensivy, Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2018 at Smith Vocational and Agricultural High School.

  • Hannah Yilmaz, right, of Smith Voke, digs the ball against Southwick-Tolland, Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2018 at Smith Vocational and Agricultural High School. Sarah Paradee looks on.

  • Joneliz Rodriguez Baez, of Smith Voke, digs the ball against Southwick-Tolland, Wednesday, at Smith Vocational and Agricultural High School. Staff/jerrey roberts

  • Noemi Vega, of Smith Voke, digs a serve from Southwick-Tolland, Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2018 at Smith Vocational and Agricultural High School.

  • Alexandria Tourigny, of Smith Voke, serves to Southwick-Tolland, Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2018 at Smith Vocational and Agricultural High School.

  • Hannah Yilmaz, of Smith Voke, digs the ball against Southwick-Tolland, Wednesday, at Smith Vocational and Agricultural High School. The visitors swept the match. For more photos and a roundup of local high school sports action, see page D2 or visit gazettenet.com. STAFF/JERREY ROBERTS



Thursday, September 13, 2018

The South Hadley field hockey team peppered East Longmeadow’s goal with shots, eventually a couple got by in a 2-0 home win Wednesday night.

The Tigers had 26 shots on goal.

“We were really banging on the door,” South Hadley coach Tara Cole said.

Savannah Sudyka scored one goal assisted by Bella Yee. Kayla Carlton added the other tally, lifting the shot over East Longmeadow’s keeper.

South Hadley goalie Brooke Blair only needed to make one save in the shutout. The Tigers (2-1, 2-1 Valley) kept possession in the Spartans’ half.

They amassed 15 corners in the game.

Boys soccer

Mahar 6, Smith Academy 0 — Wyatt Jeffress made four saves, and Ryan Belina stopped three shot for the Falcons (1-1, 0-1 McGrath).

Girls soccer

South Hadley 8, Taconic 0 — Lindsay Marjanski and Reese Carey each scored twice in a road win. Olivia Blaney, Farrell Dawson, Sydney Mercier and Amy Hampson also found the net for the Tigers (3-0).

Taegan Gawron and Elyse Manzi added assists.

Williston 2, Cheshire 0 — Campbell Nyarady scored two goals, and Selena Negron stopped four shots to earn her first career shutout.

Emily Zambarano and Julia Farnham had assists as the Wildcats (1-0) outshot Cheshire 22-4.

Girls volleyball

Southwick 3, Smith Vocational 0 — Haleigh Pensivy had three kills, a block and an ace, but the Vikings (1-2, 1-1 Metro) lost 25-15, 25-12, 25-9.

Marissa Rodrigues added two digs and an assist. Sarah Paradee (dig) and Nyisha Saltis served an ace each.

Golf

South Hadley 16½, Amherst 7½

at Amherst Golf Club, par 35

Medalist: Billy Scott (SH), 37

boldNo. 1: Scott def. Evan Rutherford, 2½-1½; No. 2: Logan Waite (SH) def. Eli Kayser-Hirsh, 3½-½; No. 3: Pieter Hartaman (A) def. Jared Waite, 3-1; No. 4: Will Ortyl (SH) def. Ben Oates, 3½-½; No. 5: Nick Caroni (S) def. Skylar Ferro, 3½-½;; No. 6: Sean Sears (SH) def. Tyler Feeney, 2½-1½;

Amherst (0-2); South Hadley (3-0)

Hampshire Regional 23, Mohawk 1

at Worthington, par 35

Medalist: Levi Zielinski (H), 39

No. 1: Evan Boyle (H) def. Tristan LaCross, 3-1; No. 2: Zielinski def. Will Guyette, 4-0; No. 3: Ryan Egloff (H) def. Andy Robertson, 4-0; No. 4: Dan Kelly (H) def. Ben Thompson, 4-0; No. 5: Nick Morton (H) def. Aiden Drury, 4-0; No. 6: Own Lech (H) won by forfeit;

Hampshire Regional (1-1); Mohawk (1-1)