High schools: Balanced scoring lifts Hopkins Academy past Sci-Tech in boys soccer rout

Published: 9/23/2022 10:51:58 PM

Six Hopkins Academy players found the net in a 7-0 boys soccer victory over Sci-Tech in Hadley on Friday.

Teddy Cyr and Ethan Wojtowicz each scored twice, while Nate Rickles, Patrick Fitzgibbons (assist) and Chase Earle (assist) each found the net once. Hopkins Academy’s Dominic Alosi contributed two assists, while Liedson Miranda, Nick Uchneat and Alex Pichizaca each added one.

Ryder Gallo-O'Connell stopped two shots and Tresor Akimana made three saves to combine for the shutout.

Wahconah 3, Easthampton 1 — Mateo Navarro found the net for the Eagles in the Berkshires.

Frontier 3, Mount Everett 0 — The Redhawks didn’t allow a shot on goal in a road win.

Chanhee Son scored Frontier’s first and assisted its third. Aidan Valderrama converted a penalty kick in the 30th minute, and Nico Fasulo scored in the 52nd.

Pathfinder 5, PVCICS 2 — Clayton English scored a goal and assisted the Dragons’ second in a road loss. Teddy Scott found the net for their opener.

PVCICS keeper Pom-Richard Ang made eight saves.

Smith Academy 6, Renaissance 0 — Logan Graves notched a goal and two assists, as the Falcons locked down a road win.

Renaissance didn’t even put a shot on goal. Cameron Zononi and Matt Scagel each contributed a goal and an assist, while Cameron Graves, Riley Intrator and Ian Guzowski found the net once each for Smith Academy.

Belchertown 2, Monument Mountain 0 — Chris Adzima and Jack Holt linked up twice for the unbeaten Orioles in a home victory. Holt scored both goal, and Adzima provided two assists.

Belchertown keeper Matthew Devoto saved both shots he faced to keep a clean sheet.

Northampton 4, Chicopee 0 — John Senn-McNally played a part in three of the Blue Devils four goals, scoring one and assisting two.

Baruani Ngoy found the net twice and Emil Roth scored once for Northampton. Finn Norse and Manuel Leyton distributed an assist each for the Blue Devils. Northampton keeper Salem Gregory kept a clean sheet with two saves.

Girls soccer

Easthampton 4, Renaissance 0 — Des Redfren and Peyton Ulrick scored two goals each for the Eagles on the road. Easthampton keeper Addison Barr made seven saves in the victory.

Hampshire 5, Wahconah 1 — Five Raiders found the net in a home victory. Addie Miklasiewicz , Anna Puttick, Ella Forest, Maisie Bowler and Shayne Moynahan scored a goal each. Parker Pallante and Emma Allyn added an assist each. Makena Rogalski kept out five Wahconah shots.

East Longmeadow 3, Northampton 1 — Teaghan McDonald scored a late goal for the Blue Devils to narrow the margin. Chloe Denhart saved six Spartans shots.

Girls volleyball

Easthampton 3, Chicopee 0 — Maggie Barr poured in nine kills with 12 digs and three blocks, as the Eagles prevailed 25-17, 25-14, 25-19.

Kayley Downie pulled up 13 digs. Erin Teague notched a double-double with 11 aces and 11 assists. Kaelin Damon put up six kills, eight digs and eight aces for the Eagles.

Amherst 3, Chicopee Comp 0 — Ruby Austin fired eight aces for the Hurricanes and added a kill in a 25-5, 25-23, 25-7 home win.

Amherst’s Amalia Martin contributed six kills with seven aces, five assists and three digs.

Lauren Joy put down six kills for Amherst.

Frontier 3, Ludlow 0 — Even Dougan put down 12 kills with five digs in a 25-10, 25-12, 25-13 victory.

Caroline Deane had six kills, while Sydney Scanlon distributed 17 assists. Sam Baker served three aces.

Field hockey

Belchertown 4, Holyoke 0 — Bella Cebula notched a hat trick for the Orioles. Abigail Olden assisted two of the goals and scored one herself for Belchertown.

Belchertown keeper Eliza Rothstein saved both Holyoke shots she faced.

Purple Knights goalie Isabella Murphy made 14 saves.

West Springfield 3, South Hadley 1 — Ashley Scott scored the Tigers goal on the road. Amaya Dunn stopped four shots for South Hadley.

Frontier 2, Agawam 1 — Ashley Taylor put away the Redhawks’ winner with just over a minute to play.

Lila Roche assisted both Frontier goals. Macy DeMaio put Frontier ahead in the first half. Redhawks goalie Ella Flanders saved five shots.

Boys golf

Easthampton 21½, Hopkins Academy 2½ — Tanner Kmetz’s medalist-winning 45 helped the Eagles sweep at on their home course at Holyoke Country Club.

He beat Hopkins No. 1 Taylor Barry, 4-0. Lydia Buttrick also prevailed 4-0 over Benson Li at No. 4, while Evan Kalin was a 4-0 winner  over Siddarth Parmar at No. 5. At No. 3, Amelia Gruber bested Taylor St. Hiliare 4-1. Connor Perreault edged a close No. 2 match 2½-1½ against Christian Ciolkos.

The Eagles’ Angelo Torchia earned a forfeit victory at No. 6.


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