High schools: Easthampton baseball punches postseason ticket

  • Eli Kayser-Hirsh, of Amherst Regional, pitches to Westfield, Monday, May 20, 2019 at Ziomek Field in Amherst. —STAFF PHOTO/JERREY ROBERTS

  • Amherst Regional shortstop Alex Irizarry, left, smiles at his pitcher, Eli Kaiser-Hirsh, after Irizarry completed at double play at second during their game against Westfield, Monday, May 20, 2019 at Ziomek Field in Amherst. The play occurred when a hit was caught in the outfield and a runner failed to return to second. —STAFF PHOTO/JERREY ROBERTS

  • Alex Irizarry, front, of Amherst Regional, looks to the umpire after tagging Spencer Cloutier, of Westfield, at second on a steal, Monday, May 20, 2019 at Ziomek Field in Amherst. He was safe. —STAFF PHOTO/JERREY ROBERTS

  • Justin Masteralexis, right, of Amherst Regional, prepares to catch on a pick attempt at first as Cameron Davignon, of Westfield, steps back to the base, Monday, May 20, 2019 at Ziomek Field in Amherst. He was safe. —STAFF PHOTO/JERREY ROBERTS

  • Alex Irizarry, front left, of Amherst Regional, reaches to tag Spencer Cloutier, of Westfield, at second on a steal, Monday, May 20, 2019 at Ziomek Field in Amherst. He was safe. Evan Dooley backs up the play. —STAFF PHOTO/JERREY ROBERTS

  • Luke Leonard, of Amherst Regional, bats against Westfield, Monday, May 20, 2019 at Ziomek Field in Amherst. He struck out during this at-bat. —STAFF PHOTO/JERREY ROBERTS

  • J.B. Mills, of Amherst Regional, steals third against Westfield, Monday, May 20, 2019 at Ziomek Field in Amherst. —STAFF PHOTO/JERREY ROBERTS

Published: 5/20/2019 11:52:22 PM

Nathan Morse and Liam Burke combined for seven strikeouts and didn’t walk anyone, as the Easthampton baseball team qualified for the postseason with an 8-0 win over Pioneer Regional, Monday in Northfield.

Zack Kugler drove in two runs.

Nathan Morse singled twice and had an RBI. Justin Colpack drove in a run for the Eagles (10-5, 7-1 Hampshire East).

Easthampton scored five runs in the fourth inning.

Hopkins Academy 6, Turners 0 — Jack Feltovic struck out nine, allowing just two hits and a walk for the Golden Hawks. He also had two hits and scored a run.

Noah Scanlon-Dean was 2-for-3 with a double and two RBIs.

Kouji Ishida went 2-for-4 and drove in a run for Hopkins Academy (11-5, 7-2 Hampshire West).

Smith Vocational 15, Duggan 0 (6) — Cole Boisvert threw the Vikings’ second no-hitter this season, striking out six. He allowed three walks, and there was one error behind him. He also singled and scored a run.

Aidan Pike threw a perfect game in April.

Boisvert received plenty of run support.

Zack Hall (three hits), Dylan Fil (triple), Will Mollison (two hits, double) and Pike (two hits) drove in two runs each.

John Zatowski hit an RBI double, while Troy Barayon and Nate Fields drove in a run each for Smith Vocational (9-6, 5-2 Tri-County South).

Greenfield 3, Belchertown 2 — Zach Bohnet and Chris Tilton drove in a run each, as the Orioles fell on the road.

The Green Wave scored all three runs in the fifth.

Cyrus Raines tripled and singled for Belchertown (4-8, 0-6 Hampshire West).

Chase Kupinsky had a double and a single.

Mohawk Trail 9, Smith Academy 2 — Colin Ferrara was 2-for-3 with a double and a run. Sam Dadmun went 2-for-3 with an RBI for the Falcons (1-12, 0-8 Hampshire East).

Westfield 5, Amherst Regional 3 — Alex Irizarry was 3-for-4 with a double and drove in a run for the Hurricanes.

J.B. Mills walked twice, stole two bases and scored a run in the second.

Eli Kayser-Hirsh started the game and allowed three runs, while Justin Masteralexis finished, allowing two runs over four innings.


Easthampton 7, Belchertown 0 — Lauren Morse drove in two runs on two hits, including a double, and the Eagles won at home.

Abby McClaflin (double), Krystalynn Culver (double), Olivia Downer, Tessa Pond and Chelsea Indyk drove in a run each for Easthampton (13-1, 6-0 Suburban).

Downer picked up her 100th career hit in a win over Greenfield on Friday.

Indyk threw the game’s first four innings, striking out three, and Rachael Robinson finished the game with four stirkeouts in three innings.

Gina Camerota (double), Jess Troy (double) and Emma Leblanc had two hits each for Belchertown (6-7, 3-1). Joelle Ouimette and Olivia Plate each singled once.

Gateway Regional 16, Sci-Tech 3 (6) — Kaitlyn Quinn drove in three runs and scored four for the Gators (11-4, 10-1 Tri-County).

Ava Auclair (three walks, two RBIs) and Stephanie Paiva (RBI, two walks) both doubled.

Boys lacrosse

South Hadley 21, Granby 2 — Liam Dawson tallied seven points on two goals and five assists. Hunter Borowski and Mike Senecal had four goals and two assists each for the Tigers (6-9). Nick Gaston added a hat trick.

Sean Meuchuen and Ryan Levrault scored twice each. Hunter Carey, Brady Marion and Ben Watkins each found the net once.

Jacey Rondeau saved six shots, and Anthony Cigal made one save.

Mitch L’Abbee had both goals for the Rams (4-11).

Nate Loughman stopped 19 shots.

East Longmeadow 12, Amherst Regional 3 — Ty Borrell had two goals, and Will Borrell scored once for the Hurricanes (4-11, 4-6 Valley).

Liam Johnson saved eight shots.

Girls lacrosse

Lee 19, St. Mary 7 — Samantha Moran (assist) and Katarzyna Wisnauckas each had hat tricks for the Saints.

Summer Duda added a goal and an assist, while Natalie Lussier had two assists for St. Mary (1-15).

Paighton Ramos stopped three shots, April Warner made two saves.

Granby 24, Central 5 — Madison Sexton scored five goals, including the 100th of her career, and added an assist in a road blowout.

Gabby Walz added four goals, while Julia Frappier had four assists for the Rams (12-7).

Ella Laliberte had a hat trick and an assist. Jasmine Rodrigues-Jones scored twice with three assists.

Nora Bernashe (assist) and Rosalumm Volbrecht each found the net twice, while Justice Delaney and Ariana Klekotka each had a goal and an assist.

Liberty Conlin made three saves.


Hopkins Academy 6, Turners 0

Turners           000 000 0 — 0 2 2

Hopkins          103 002 x — 6 10 0

WP—Feltovic LP—Lehtomaki

Records: Hopkins Academy (11-5, 7-2 Hampshire West) Turners (6-8, 3-5)

Smith Vocational 15,
Duggan 0 (6)

Duggan           000 000 — 0 0 2

Smith Voke     215 223 — 15 16 1

WP—Boisvert LP—Velez

Records: Smith Vocational (9-6, 5-2 Tri-County South) Duggan (0-13, 0-7)

Greenfield 3, Belchertown 2

Belchertown       100 001 0 — 2 8 2

Greenfield           000 030 x — 3 7 1

WP—Phelps LP—Bohnet

Records: Greenfield (11-5, 6-3 Hampshire West) Belchertown (4-8, 0-6)

Mohawk Trail 9,
Smith Academy 2

Smith Academy      000 002 0 — 2 2 0

Mohawk Trail           002 313 x — 9 13 0

WP—Jacobs LP—Bassett

Records: Smith Academy (1-12, 0-8 Hampshire East) Mohawk (5-10, 5-1)

Easthampton 8, Pioneer Valley 0

Easthampton       020 500 1 — 8 9 2

Pioneer Valley      000 000 0 — 0 7 4

WP—Nathan Morse LP—Jacob Quinn

Records: Easthampton (10-5, 7-1 Hampshire East) Pioneer Valley (7-9, 2-5)

Westfield 5, Amherst 3

Westfield      003 010 1 — 5 8 0

Amherst        010 010 1 — 3 3 1

WP—Bacoupolos LP—Kayser-Hirsh S—Hall

Records: Amherst (6-9, 3-7 Valley) Westfield (11-4-1, 7-3)


Easthampton 7, Belchertown 0

Belchertown      000 000 0 — 0 8 0

Easthampton      100 231 x — 7 11 0

WP—Indyk LP—Ouimette

Records: Easthampton (13-1, 6-0 Suburban) Belchertown (6-7, 3-1)

Gateway 16, Sci-Tech 3 (6)

Sci-Tech      003 000 — 3 4 5

Gateway      341 224 — 16 11 5

WP—Hannigan LP—Goodrow

Records: Gateway (11-4, 10-1 Tri-County) Sci-Tech (2-11, 1-10)

Boys tennis

Longmeadow 4, Amherst 1

at Amherst Middle School

First singles: Ashvin Babu (L) def. James Serhant, 5-7, 6-4, 6-4; Second singles: James Foster (L) def. Austin Xiong, 6-0, 6-2; Third singles: Aengus Cox (A) def. Nishant D’Souza, 6-4, 4-6, 7-6 (7-4); First doubles: Ben Griffiths & Liam Knol (L) def. Andy Ni & Ethan Yu, 6-2, 6-1; Second doubles: Owen Brayton & Jack Suher (L) def. Rohan Shenoy & Marcos Sotarello, 7-6 (9-7), 4-6, 6-4;

Records: Amherst (9-3, 5-2 Valley) Longmeadow (12-0, 8-0)


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