High schools: Maddie Bennett scores early to lift Frontier girls soccer over Holyoke

  • Holyoke’s Emma Shoup and Frontier Regional’s Anna Petrin battle for the ball during a girls soccer game at Holyoke on Thursday. STAFF PHOTO / KYLE GRABOWSKI

  • Frontier’s Maebrie Hoff, right, heads the ball away from Holyoke’s Kayshaly Garcia during a girls soccer game at Holyoke on Thursday. STAFF PHOTO / KYLE GRABOWSKI

  • Holyoke’s Emma Shoup kicks the ball up the field against Frontier during a girls soccer game at Holyoke on Thursday. STAFF PHOTO / KYLE GRABOWSKI

  • Holyoke’s Veronica Colon looks up the field while Frontier’s Josie Fosnot pursues during a girls soccer game at Holyoke on Thursday. STAFF PHOTO / KYLE GRABOWSKI

  • Frontier’s Molly Gates and Holyoke’s Jaylene Moquin battle for the during a girls soccer game at Holyoke on Thursday. STAFF PHOTO / KYLE GRABOWSKI

  • Holyoke’s Kayshaly Garcia pursues the ball ahead of Frontier’s Sydney Tor during a girls soccer game at Holyoke on Thursday. STAFF PHOTO / KYLE GRABOWSKI

  • Frontier’s Hanah Mackin carries the ball up the field against Holyoke during a girls soccer gameat Holyoke on Thursday. STAFF PHOTO / KYLE GRABOWSKI

Staff reports
Published: 9/22/2022 10:05:28 PM

Maddie Bennett notched the lone tally of the Frontier Regional girls soccer team’s 1-0 win at Holyoke on Thursday, scoring in the first half, to lift the Redhawks to a Pioneer North victory.

Jazzy Hayes made eight saves in the shutout for Frontier while Jayvah Stuckey stopped five shots for the Purple Knights.

Pope Francis 9, Smith Academy 0 – Madison Zononi stopped 11 shots for the Falcons.

Belchertown 0, Tantasqua 0 – Jill DeBarge and Michaela Dubey made five saves each for the Orioles to combine for the clean sheet. The Orioles put 10 shots on goal in the road draw.

Lee 1, Gateway 0 — The Tigers put away the winner in the first half.

Jayliana Rivera made three saves, and Amy Fisk had one for the Gators.

Boys soccer

Frontier 5, Mahar 0 — Five Redhawks found the back of the net on the road. Fernando Saravia distributed two assists. Nico Fasulo, Aidan Valderrama (penalty kick), Chanhee Son, Kaisac Yath and Diego Frazier scored once each for Frontier.

Frontier’s Brady Burch and Chanmin Son added an assist each. Owen Babb made one save, and Nico Lorantos stopped three shots to keep a clean sheet for Frontier.

Field hockey

Northampton 2, Southwick 1 – Katie Sledzieski put away both goals for the Blue Devils in the first quarter of a road win.

Pearl Davis and Emily Lippiello added an assist each.

Katie James saved two shots, and Northampton put 13 shots on frame.

Boys golf

Belchertown 18½, Hampshire 5½ – Levi Zielinski earned the medalist honors with a 40, but the Orioles remained undefeated. Zielinski bested Belchertown No. 1 Riley Breen 2½-½.

Belchertown swept the rest of the matches.

No. 4 Cal Orzech beat Cameron Jarosz 4-0, and Ben Anderson prevailed 4-0 against Desmon Galpin at No. 5.

Brady Perkins picked up a 3-1 win at No. 2 over Owen Lech. Tyler McDonal won 3-1 over Pryden Messier at No. 3.

Henry Andrette closed out the match with a victory at No. 6, 3-1 over Leo Florek.

Northampton 19.5, Ware 4.5 — Reilly Fowles finished as the match medalist with a 34 as the Blue Devils cruised to a victory at the Cold Springs Country Club on Thursday.

Galen Fowles (36), Ben O’Connor (47), Calvin Paddock (42), Jack Mattison-Gulotta (41) and Jack Carpenter (43) rounded out the Northampton lineup.

Boys cross country

Gateway 23, Monson 32; Westfield Tech 22, Gateway 32 – Jake Maynard was the first runner across the line, taking the ictory for the Gators in 21 minutes, 23 seconds. Fellow Gateway runners Lucas Gilbert followed in sixth (24:55), Logan Hawley in 12th (26:07), Sean Forgue in 15th (26:58) and Jesse Balboni in 16th (27:01).

Girls cross country

Gateway 18, Westfield Tech 37; Gateway 15, Monson 50 – Gateway’s Anya Niles took first (24:55) in a sweep at at the Littleville Dam.

Alexandra Henrichon came in second (24:57) and Lucy Pitoniak came in fourth (28:04) for the Gators. Sawyer Wilkinson (sixth, 28:37), Alexndra Zajko (seventh, 29:03) and Lily Peloquin (10th, 32:10) rounded out the Gateway runners in the top 10.


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