High schools: Aidan Miklasiewicz, Grady Fern power Hampshire boys soccer

  • Aidan Miklasiewicz, right, of Hampshire Regional, moves the ball against Kyle Lippman, of Holyoke, Wednesday at Hampshire Regional High School in Westhampton. Visit gazettenet.com for more photos. More coverage Page B2. STAFF PHOTO/JERREY ROBERTS

  • Rodrigo Espinoza of Holyoke, left, moves the ball beside Charlie Por of Hampshire Regional, Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2020 at Hampshire Regional High School. STAFF PHOTO/JERREY ROBERTS

  • Kyle Lippman of Holyoke, right, passes away from Sam Barnes of Hampshire Regional, Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2020 at Hampshire Regional High School. STAFF PHOTO/JERREY ROBERTS

  • Timothy Gaughan, left, of Holyoke, and Elan Kuntz, of Hampshire Regional, battle for possession, Wednesday at Hampshire Regional High School. STAFF PHOTO/JERREY ROBERTS

  • Marcus Tenesaca of Holyoke stops a pass during a game against Hampshire Regional, Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2020 at Hampshire Regional High School. STAFF PHOTO/JERREY ROBERTS

Published: 10/14/2020 8:53:15 PM

Aidan Miklasiewicz and Grady Fern each scored twice as the Hampshire Regional boys soccer team put down Holyoke, 4-1, Wednesday night in Westhampton.

Miklasiewicz put the Raiders on the board in the first quarter, then made it 3-1 in the fourth. Fern assisted on the first tally.

Sam Barnes added one assist, while Colin Boyle made two saves for the Raiders. Bryce Illingsworth played well at center back.

Marcel Guzik scored in the first quarter for Holyoke and Keegan Kukucka made 19 saves.

Agawam 8, Northampton 0 — The Brownies scored three goals in the first period en route to the win at home.

Girls soccer

South Hadley 7, Granby 0 — Paige Marjanski and Jaidan Luis each had two goals and one assist as the Tigers rolled at home under the lights.

Teagan Gawron and Lauren Marjanski each scored once with one helper. Anna Evans netted one goal, while Kacie Levrault, Naloni Peters and Elyse Manzi had one assist apiece.

Rylee Suchinez made four saves and Drew Alley had two in the shared shutout.

Justice Delaney made 17 saves for the Rams.

Easthampton 3, Gateway Regional 0 — Abby McClaflin scored twice, including once off a feed from Francis Powers, as the Eagles won at Nonotuck Park in Easthampton.

Maria Belfakih’s assisted goal gave the Eagles (3-0) a 1-0 lead at halftime.

Abby Coleman made two saves in the shutout.

Emma Bean-Barlow had 11 saves for the Gators.

Westfield Tech 2, PVCICS 0 — Aine Doherty made 16 saves but the Dragon fell on the road.

Field hockey

South Hadley 1, East Longmeadow 1 — Meg Carey scored from Gabi Moroney in the second quarter to give the Tigers (1-1-2) an early lead, but the Spartans netted the equalizer in the third.

South Hadley made a late charge with eight of its 16 shots on goal coming in the fourth.

Kaitlyn Lynes made three saves in goal.

West Springfield 7, Hampshire Regional 0 — Olivia Labrie made 18 saves but the Raiders fell on the road.


Northampton 166, Holyoke 193 — Galen Fowles fired a 2-over 37 to pace the Blue Devils (4-1) at Northampton Country Club. Evan Yurko (42), Jack Mattison-Gulotta (43) and Annalisa Agliati (44) contributed in the win.

Ryan Maloney led the Purple Knights with a 44. Jacob Tassinari (46), John Lavelle (51), Niko Consedine (52) rounded out Holyoke’s top four.

Easthampton 195, St. Mary 195 — Dom Rego shot a 58 to break the tie by two shots and give the Eagles a win at Wyckoff Country Club. Tyler Cortis led Easthampton with a 41 and was followed by Drew Thompson (48), Cole Keefe (50) and Connor Perreault (56).

Agawam 189, Hampshire Regional 193 — Levi Zielinski earned medalist honors with a 43, but the Raiders fell at home. Nicholas Elias-Gillette added a 48, while Owen Lech (50) and Pryden Messier (52) contributed.

Boys cross country

Gateway 23, Smith Vocational 38 — David Vasilchenko finished the 2.25-mile course in 15 minutes, 50 seconds to pace the visiting Gators. Patrick Millin (18:01) and Dan McKellick (18:03) were third and fourth, respectively. for Gateway.

Matt Heron was second in 17:37 for the Vikings. Ari Ginsberg was fifth (18:14).

Northampton 15, Agawam 50 — The Blue Devils swept the top five en route to the win on their 3.1-mile course at Community Gardens. Nate Jones finished first in 18:41 and was followed by Ari Benjamin (19:03), Max Schneider (19:39), Tor Olsson (19:39) and Riley Cole (19:39).

PVCICS 15, St Mary 50 — Odin Moore finished first (16:29) as the Dragons swept the top four places in Westfield. Hunter Palm (17:59), Kyan Frantz (18:46) and Leonardo Gomez Thomas (21:56) followed.

Mohawk Trail 17, Hopkins Academy 38 — The Golden Hawks put five in the top 10, but fell on the road.

Cade Lanzafame (fifth, 19:28) led the way on the 2.66-mile course. Teddy Cyr (21:08) was sixth, while Christopher Rex (21:31), Matthew Ginsburg (26:09) and Benjamin Kosciusko (27:04) followed in eighth, ninth and 10th.

Girls cross country

Mohawk Trail 24, Hopkins Academy 35 — Eighth grader Sylvie DiBartolomeo was first overall in 20:02 on the 2.66-mile course for the visiting Golden Hawks.

5th Aurora Donta-Venman (fifth, 22:25) and Caprial DiBartolomeo (sixth, 22:26) placed in the top 10. Sisters Jayce Lanzafame (26:19) and Eve Lanzafame (28:53) were 11th and 12th.

PVCICS 20, St Mary 37 — Arden Clark Degrenier finished first in 23:53, while Ava Crowley (25:21) was third, Eliza Cormier (25:37) fourth and Ada Nystrom fifth (26:48) for the visiting Dragons.

Northampton 26, Agawam 31 — Esmé Marino-Rapaport finished third in 22:42 and led three other Blue Devils across the line as Hamp took six of the top 10 places at Community Gardens.

Naomi Andrew (23:01) was fourth and was followed in by Taylor Lynch (23:37) and Norah Reade (24:14). Talia Monroe (25:20) was eighth.

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