H.S. Roundup: Hampshire Regional field hockey scores 1st varsity win

Staff Reports
Published: 9/21/2021 9:31:34 PM

For the first time as a varsity program, the Hampshire Regional field hockey team got into the win column on Tuesday.

The Raiders netted a fourth-quarter tally that broke a 1-1 tie, sending the club to a 2-1 victory over Athol in a County League contest on O’Brien Field in Athol.

Hampshire Regional's Chloe Moynihan and Jaiden Kudelka scored in the victory. The Raiders improved to 1-2-1 on the season.

Smith Academy 3, Turners Falls 0 — The unbeaten run continued for the Falcons on Tuesday. Makena Valentine notched a pair of markers in Smith Academy’s 3-0 Valley League victory in Hatfield.

Charlotte Hennings also scored in the win, as Smith (4-0-1) led 2-0 at halftime before notching an insurance tally in the third quarter. Crista Kemp recorded an assist and Hadley Szynal made two saves to pitch the shutout.

Pioneer 1, Holyoke 0 — Kelseigh Sargent scored an unassisted goal to lead the Panthers to a 1-0 victory over the Purple Knights in a County League game in Northfield on Tuesday. 

East Longmeadow 5, Northampton 1 — Charlotte Ribe tied the game for the Blue Devils in the second quarter, but the Spartans exploded for four goals in the second half.

Barmier Lagier added the assist.

Northampton’s Emily Lippiello saved eight shots.

Belchertown 2, Amherst 0 — Elyssa Wrona (assist) and Bella Cebula found the net in the fourth quarter for the Orioles. Abigail Olden assisted Wrona’s goal.

Amherst’s McKenzie Schreyer kept out seven shots.

Boys soccer

Northampton 3, Holyoke 1 — Tied 1-1 at halftime, Northampton put a pair in the back of the net over the final 40 minutes to capture a 3-1 victory over Holyoke on Tuesday at Roberts Field.

Zeke Kimball netted the eventual game-winning goal in the 49th minute off an assist from Jimmy Galvin to make it 2-1, then Ryland Breen added some insurance with a 62nd minute strike from Baruani Ngoy.

Holyoke’s Nelson Figueroa scored in the 23rd minute from Braeden Lamirande to tie the game 1-1 after Northampton’s Jackson Carlino opened the scoring in the 15th minute.

Blue Devils goalie Alex Caldanaro made four saves while Knights keeper Keegan Kukucka turned away six shots.

Hampshire 7, Central 0 — Aidan Miklasiewicz netted a hat tick with an assist in Westhampton. Mike Thibault added two goals. Dan Martin and Tadhg Cassidy each scored once. Ayden St. Martin and Matt Sloan contributed an assist each.

Girls soccer

Frontier 3, Renaissance 0 — Two goals from Maddie Bennett propelled the Redhawks to a clean 3-0 win over Renaissance in a Pioneer North contest Tuesday at Herlihy Park.

Frontier, which did all of its scoring in the first half, outshot Renaissance by a 17-2 margin. Bennett scored twice in the game’s opening 40 minutes, with assists to Anna Petrin and Josie Fosnot. Caroline Crocker notched a 23-minute goal, and Bennett was credited with the assist to give her a hand in all three tallies.

CC Green (zero saves) and Kaitlyn Mackin (two saves) handled the goalkeeping duties for Frontier in the win.

St. Mary’s 2, Smith Academy 0 — Emma Goodreau had both goals for the Saints in the first half of the team’s 2-0 win over Smith Academy in a Bi-County tilt Tuesday in Westfield.

Falcons goalie Maddie Bell stopped five shots.

Hampden Charter 5, Gateway 0 — Four goals from Angalece Quinones sent Hampden Charter past the Gators on Tuesday.

Gateway goalie Olivia Kanner notched a whopping 18 saves.

Drury 2, Hopkins Academy 0 — The Blue Devils put a goal away in each half at home.

Cassidy Fyden made 13 saves for the Golden Hawks.

Northampton 3, Southwick 3 — Sofia Ciaglo, Teagan McDonald and Kendall Reynolds each found the net once in the second half for the Blue Devils.

Northampton’s Roxana Clauson, Kaiah Gregory and Katelyn Kozlakowski contributed an assist each.

Amherst 3, Holyoke 0 — Selma Keochakian ignited a three-goal first half for the Hurricanes with a 30-yard free kick in the sixth minute.

Jaeden Case and Madeline Hockman also scored a goal each. Eleanor Jacoby and Addison Lepak each provided an assist.

Lily Gleason kept the clean sheet with four saves.

Holyoke’s Marlandie Pierre turned away nine shots.

Easthampton 2, Sabis 1 — Caitlin Padeck and Ana Growhowski tallied to lift the Eagles to a 2-1 win on Tuesday.

Abigail McClaflin assisted on one of the two goals for Easthampton.

Girls volleyball

Easthampton 3, Chicopee 1 — Delima Fournier dished out 19 assists and Skylar Raskevitz picked up 18 digs to help the Eagles score a 18-25, 25-22, 25-22, 25-13 win over Chicopee Tuesday evening.

Lanah Carson’s six kills paced the offensive attack for Easthampton (5-1), while Maggie Barr sent down five kills of her own. Rina Damon and Kaelin Damon each added three kills, and the squad totaled 13 aces on the night.

Central 3, Holyoke 0 — Erin Gauthier pulled up 13 digs, and Alysha Izquierdo (three kills) had 12 for the Purple Knights, who lost 25-17, 25-12, 25-16.

Alicia Rivera dished out eight assists.

Jaqueline Jourdain blocked three shots, had two kills and fired two aces.




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