High schools: Holyoke boys soccer rallies twice to tie Northampton

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  • Northampton’s Jasper Coles, left, taps the ball past Marcus Tenesaca of Holyoke in the first quarter of their match in Holyoke on Wednesday. STAFF PHOTO/KEVIN GUTTING

  • Northampton's Willem Lobley, left, sends the ball between the legs of Rodrigo Espinoza of Holyoke in the second quarter of their match in Holyoke on Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2020. —STAFF PHOTO/KEVIN GUTTING

  • Northampton junior midfielder Brady McDonald, left, runs past Holyoke senior midfielder Rodrigo Espinoza (10) in the second quarter of their match in Holyoke on Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2020. Baruani Ngoy of Northampton is behind them. —STAFF PHOTO/KEVIN GUTTING

  • Northampton’s Conor Stiles, left, loses possession to Rodrigo Espinoza of Holyoke in the second quarter of their match in Holyoke on Wednesday. The teams played to a 2-2 draw. Visit gazettenet.com for more photos. More coverage, Page B2. STAFF PHOTO/KEVIN GUTTING

  • Northampton junior midfielder Brady McDonald, left, controls the ball past Holyoke freshman midfielder Bradley Provost in the second quarter of their match in Holyoke on Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2020. —STAFF PHOTO/KEVIN GUTTING

  • Northampton coach Stuart Shulman talks with goalkeeper Alex Caldanaro (1) and the rest of the Blue Devils after the first quarter of their match at Holyoke on Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2020. —STAFF PHOTO/KEVIN GUTTING

Published: 10/21/2020 9:00:18 PM

Marcus Tenesaca scored late as the Holyoke boys soccer team rallied for a second time to draw visiting Northampton, 2-2, Wednesday at Gilligan Field at the Roberts Sports Complex.

Tenesaca tallied his unassisted goal at 68:21.

Rodrigo Espinoza scored at 45:18 of the second half to tie the game at 1-1 for the Purple Knights.

Finn Norsen gave the Blue Devils a 1-0 lead in the first half with an assist from Johnson McNelle. About five minutes after Espinoza tied the game, Bradley McDonald handed Northampton a 2-1 lead.

Keegan Kukucka made seven saves for Holyoke. Alex Caldanovo had four saves for the Blue Devils.

PVCICS 2, Smith Vocational 0 — Abram Speek and Cooper Garbiel-Achorn each scored as the visiting Dragons earned their first win of the season.

Robert Canavan-Gosselin had one assist, while Speek (one save) and Gavin Gilburg (five saves) combined for the clean sheet.

Louis Kollmeier made five saves in the loss.

Girls soccer

St. Mary’s 1, Easthampton 0 — Abby Coleman made five saves in the road loss for the Eagles.

Field hockey

West Springfield 3, Hampshire Regional 0 — Olivia Labrie finished with 19 saves in the home loss for the Raiders.

Westfield 3, Northampton 2 — Kate Sullivan scored twice and Ella Moreau made eight saves for the Blue Devils at home.

Golf

West Springfield 186, Hampshire Regional 192 — Levi Zielinski shot a 3-over 39 to earn medalist honors for the Raiders at Beaver Brook Golf Course. Desmond Galpin (50), Owen Lech (51) and Nicky Elias-Gillette (52) closed it out for Hampshire.

Northampton 167, Southwick 171 — Galen Fowles shared medalist honors with a 39 at Edgewood Country Club and Camille Richmond added a 40 as the Blue Devils won on the road.

Evan Yurko finished with a 42 and Annalisa Agliati had a 46 for Hamp.

Agawam 167, Holyoke 190 — On Tuesday, John Lavelle and Jacob Tassinari each had a 46, while Ryan Maloney added a 48 and Tanner Barkyoumb a 50 for the visiting Purple Knights.

Boys cross country

Hampshire Regional 15, Agawam 50 — On Tuesday, the Raiders took the first five spots on the 2.82-mile course at School Street Park in Agawam.

Nitesh Roncone was first (16:27) and was followed by Jeff Fish (16:34), Jadyn Kopie (16:52), Gulian Marconi (16:56) and Evan Coltman (17:19).

Girls cross country

Hampshire Regional 24, Agawam 37 — On Tueday, Sylvia Mahon-Moore was second in 19:33, while Sicily Chase (20:12) and Delaney Marek (21:21) were fourth and fifth as the Raiders won on the 2.82-mile course at School Street Park in Agawam.

Madeline Jenkins (21:27) and Katie Shallcross (21:28) were sixth and seventh.




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