H.S. Roundup: Tia Fyden’s hat trick lifts Hopkins Academy

Staff Reports
Published: 9/24/2021 9:46:32 PM

A hat trick from Tia Fyden propelled the Hopkins Academy girls soccer team to an 8-0 win in the Hadley Derby against the Pioneer Valley Chinese Immersion Charter School on Friday afternoon.

Megan Jolly had two goals and an assist in the win. Anna Dyjach scored a goal for Hopkins and assisted on two others, while Izzy Palmisano and Alyssa Smith were other goal scorers.

Cassidy Fyden and Lily Ellia combined for two saves in the Hopkins net.

Belchertown 4, Southwick 0 — Mia Corish tallied twice, while Fallon Clancy and Maya Sullivan also scored for the Orioles on Friday.

Assists went to Avery Klingensmith, Madysen Lepage, Corish and Ashley Cunningham. Goalie Mabelle Bessette made three saves.

Pope Francis 6, Smith Academy 2 – Avonna Wickles scored a second-half free kick from 25 yards out for the Falcons on Thursday. Smith Academy’s Story Goldman added a penalty kick goal, as well.

The Cardinals put away four goals in the first half and scored six in a row to start the game.

Falcons keeper Maddie Bell saved 16 shots.

Saint Mary's 1, Easthampton 0 – Addison Barr saved 10 shots for the Eagles.

St. Mary’s found a second-half winner at Nonotuck Park.

Granby 1, Chicopee 0 – Ella Laliberte netted the winner for the Rams in the second half Thusday. Arianna Klekotka assisted the goal. Gabby Walz saved 10 shots for the shutout.

Boys soccer

Sabis 2, Hopkins Academy 1 – Jared Venditti put the Golden Hawks ahead in the first half, but Hopkins Academy allowed a pair in the second half.

Patrick Fitzgibbons assisted the goal. Ryder Gallo O’Connell turned away 14 shots for the Golden Hawks.

Smith Vocational 2, Hampden Charter 0 — The Vikings tallied both goals in the opening 15 minutes of the game en route to the shutout on Friday.

Rosco Palmer and Marcus Gilmore each tallied for Smith Vocationa, with assists credit to George Nadreau and Juan Jose Adams Gauston.

Race Drobiak made four saves in net for the clean sheet.

Gateway 4, Commerce 0 – Landon Richard put away two goals in the first half for the Gators.

Ryan Morrin and Dawson Jackman Found the net in the second half. Owen Przybyla and Shane Cooper each added an assist. Preston Coffey saved six shots in the shutout at Booster Field.

Easthampton 4, Mount Everett 0 — A hat trick from Mateo Navarro keyed the Eagles in Sheffield.

Javier Denucce-Simms was the other goal scorer for Easthampton, while Carter Hebert (two assists), Carter Daughrill and Zach Cloutier all recorded helpers.

Griffin Foskitt made four saves for Easthampton.

Girls volleyball

Paulo Friere 3, Smith Vocational 0 — The Vikings fell at home, 25-11, 25-6, 25-3 on Friday.

Smith’s Heidelex Cordova and Jaycee Beaulieu had four digs apiece to lead the defensive effort. Jordan Dunham had an ace while Sarah Paradee and Analise Kazinski each added a block.

Amherst 3, Chicopee Comp 1 – Audrey Bowen brought nine kills from the middle, and the Hurricanes prevailed 25-18, 25-14, 24-26, 25-17 on the road. Delaney MacPhetres added seven kills and four aces. Annabel Ogden distributed 34 assists with four aces and three digs.

Liza Beigel pulled up 10 digs and contributed two kills.

Frontier 3, Ludlow 1 – Jillian Apanell hammered home 11 kills with five aces, as the Redhawks prevailed 25-17, 14-25, 25-21, 25-14 on the road.

Lilah Evans had six kills. Brooke Davis added seven digs.

Sydney Scanlon served up 29 assists for Frontier (5-2). Eve Dougan contributed four kills, four aces and two blocks.


Belchertown 18, Hampshire 6 – The Raiders Levi Zielinski and the Orioles’ Riley Breen tied for the medalist honor Thursday, each shooting a 39 at Cold Spring Country Club. 

Zielinski won 4-0 against Belchertown’s Ryan O’Neill at the No. 1 position, while Breen bested Bradyen Fennessy 3½-½ at No. 2

The Orioles swept the No. 2 through No. 6 positions. Tyler McDonald won 3½-½ over Owen Lech at No. 3. At No. 4, Brady Perkins took down Tim Florek 4-0.

Ben Anderson, Belchertown's No. 5, also won 4-0 against Nico Johnson. Henry Poissant closed the match with a 3-1 win over Ben MacFadzen at No. 6. 

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