High schools: Easthampton boys soccer pulls away from Smith Vocational

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  • Easthampton’s Isaac Hutchins, top, and Smith Vocational defenders Cole Boisvert, left, and Josef Kurkulonis tussle for control in the third quarter of Easthampton’s win over the Vikings, Tuesday in Northampton. Visit gazettenet.com for more photos. STAFF PHOTO/KEVIN GUTTING

  • Easthampton’s Carter Daughdrill (8) takes possession from James Biddulph, right, of Smith Vocational and passes to teammate Javier Simms, left, in the third quarter of the Eagles’ win over the host Vikings on Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020. STAFF PHOTO/KEVIN GUTTING

  • Smith Vocational junior Seth Boissonault, left, and Easthampton junior Carter Daughdrill chase down a high ball in the third quarter of the Vikings' loss to the visiting Eagles on Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020. —STAFF PHOTO/KEVIN GUTTING

  • Easthampton sophomore Javier Simms, center, drives by Smith Vocational freshman Roscoe Palmer in the third quarter of the Eagles’ win over the host Vikings on Tuesday. STAFF PHOTO/KEVIN GUTTING

  • Easthampton senior Sam Ferland (14) drives past Smith Vocational freshman Roscoe Palmer, left, in the second quarter of the Eagles' win over the host Vikings on Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020. At right is Smith Voc junior Cole Boisvert. —STAFF PHOTO/KEVIN GUTTING

  • Easthampton junior Carter Hebert, right, outruns Smith Vocational sophomore Josef Kurkulonis, left, to send a shot on goal in the third quarter of the Eagles' win over the host Vikings on Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020. The shot was stopped by Smith Voc goalkeeper Louis Kollmeier. —STAFF PHOTO/KEVIN GUTTING

  • Easthampton head soccer coach Mike Soucy talks with his players after the first half of the Eagles' win over Smith Vocational in Northampton on Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020. —STAFF PHOTO/KEVIN GUTTING

Published: 11/3/2020 9:21:58 PM

Anthony Soucy scored twice in the second half and Carter Daughdrill added his second goal as the Easthampton boys soccer team pulled away from Smith Vocational, 6-2, Tuesday in Northampton.

The Eagles led 3-0 before the Vikings rallied with two goals before halftime.

Soucy finished with two assists. Javier Simms and Carter Hebert (assist) scored once. Matt Bacis added an assist.

Griffin Foskitt made one save in the first half. Gigi DeNucce Simms made no saves in the second half.

Louis Kollmeier made 17 saves for the Vikings. Dylan Fil scored twice, while Cole Boisvert had an assist.

PVCICS 1, St. Mary’s 0 — Gavin Gilburg scored an unassisted goal to lift the Dragons. Abram Speek (four saves) and Gilburg (four saves) shared the shutout.

South Hadley 1, Monson 0 — Charlie Anischik scored with 15 minutes left off a feed from Ashton Sanford as the Tigers won on the road.

Tyler Evans made five saves in goal for the shutout.

Amherst Regional 7, Ware 0 — Phillip Wababa and Shire Thompson each scored their first career goal as the Hurricanes rolled at home.

Marvin Duran scored twice, while Oliver Lewis-Horlitz (two assists), Matt Firinne (assist) and Michael Camara each scored once.

James Serhant had two assists with Zach Watson-Stevens and Arthur Vickery added one each. Owen Young made no saves in the shutout.

Girls soccer

Agawam 5, Northampton 0 — Freshman keeper Caroline Riordon made 10 saves, and lone senior Brooke Gibson played well at center back in her final game for the Blue Devils.

Kaiah Gregory played well at outside back in defeat.

Field hockey

Longmeadow 7, South Hadley 4 — The visiting Tigers were tied 2-2 with the Lancers at halftime and were within a goal until the fourth quarter.

Meg Carey (assist) had a pair of goals, while Gabi Moroney (goal) had a pair of assists. Cam Bernier scored and Bella Alcaraz added an assist.

Kaitlyn Lynes made a season-high 27 saves, while defenders Maddie Foley, April Hurley and Ashley Scott combined for 43 defensive saves.

Northampton 4, Hampshire Regional 0 — Kendyll Wing scored twice, while Kate Sullivan (assist) and Pearl Davis had one goal apiece as the Blue Devils won on the road.

Anna Cuthbert-Laidilaw and Emma Cunningham each had one assist.

Olivia Labrie made 19 saves for the Raiders. Seniors Jessie Paradis-Stern, Jillian Scott and Sarah Guiel played their final game. They led Hampshire during its inaugural varsity season.

Belchertown 6, Amherst Regional 0 — Abigail Olden (assist) netted four goals, while Kaleigh Cooper and Bella Cebula each had one as the Orioles rolled at home.

Elyssa Wrona had one assist in the win.

Girls cross country

Northampton vs. Agawam — The Blue Devils and Brownies competed in a 3.1-mile friendly at Community Gardens because Agawam had two meets canceled due to the pandemic and Hamp lost its finale.

Abby Andrews was second (21:40) to pace Northampton. Esmé Marini-Rapoport (third, 22:02), Sarah Amzil (fourth, 22:05), Lily Shimpach (fifth, 22:16) and Taylor Lynch (seventh, 24:07) followed.

Amherst Regional 15, Monson 50 — Annalise Peterson (21:37), Maddie Shea (21:38), Vivian Jacobs-Townsley (21:38), Tamar Byl-Brann (22:49) and April Schilling (22:50) swept the top five as the Hurricanes won at home on Monday.

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