High schools: St. Mary’s girls lacrosse picks up first win since 2015

Published: 4/22/2019 9:39:33 PM

Samantha Moran scored three goals, and Katarzyna Wisnauckas added two goals and an assist, as the Saint Mary girls lacrosse team beat Central, 7-2, in Westfield on Monday.

The Saints won for the first time since the 2015 season. It was also the program’s first win since Hampshire Regional joined St. Mary in the co-op last season.

“It’s great to get our first win and hopefully we’ll be able to build off it and give the girls more confidence as we go along,” St. Mary coach Grace Ahrensdorf said.

Paighton Ramos and Skylar Duda each found the net.

Ramos played the first half in net and made four saves, while April Warner stopped four shots in the second half.

Belchertown 17, Monson 7 — Elise Pikul found the net seven times in a road win. Erin Lucas (two assists) and Lily Guerin had hat tricks for the orioles (5-0, 4-0 Pioneer).

Hannah Mitus scored twice. Kelsey Reardon and Allison Bessette (assist) had a goal each.

Emily Sayball-Wimmer made four saves for the Orioles.

Softball

Turners Falls 1, Granby 0 — Pitcher Lindsay Wenzel was injured in the bottom of the fourth inning, ending the game because the Rams (1-2), who started with nine players, couldn’t field a full team.

The Thunder led 16-0 at the time. A game must go five innings for it to be official.

Taconic 5, Frontier Regional 4 — Lily Spencer was 1-for-3 with two RBIs, but the Red Hawks lost their first game of the season. Chloe Cuting also drove in two runs for Frontier (4-1).

Smith Academy 15, Renaissance 2 (5) — Bailey McCoy and Erin Gilrein each homered and drove in two runs for the Falcons (1-2).

Boys volleyball

Sci-Tech 3, Belchertown 0 — Nathan Wright had seven kills and an ace, as the Orioles fell 25-19, 25-23, 25-18.

Nathan Courchesne added five kills, two assists and two aces. Lucas Czarniecki distributed 10 assists for Belchertown (0-10). Derek Guntor fired four aces.

Minnechaug 3, Smith Vocational 1 — Aman Ruhe had six digs, four kills and a block in a 26-24, 20-25, 25-11, 25-12 loss.

Eric Stoltz (kill) passed six assists. Lukas Sturtevant made two aces and four digs.

Trevonte Moore picked up six digs and had a block and a kill for the Vikings (1-4).

Softball

Taconic 5, Frontier Regional 4

Taconic      210 200 0 — 5 4 2

Frontier       010 012 0 — 4 2 4

WP—Lee LP—Deane

Records: Frontier Regional (4-1) Taconic (2-1)

Smith Academy 15,
Renaissance 2 (5)

Renaissance           020 00 — 2 1 1

Smith Academy      270 24 — 15 9 4

WP—Novak LP—Curley

Records: Smith Academy (1-2) Renaissance (0-2)

Boys track & field

Frontier 93, Franklin Tech 52

at Turners Falls

Shot put: (F) 4. Jackie Phong, 33-8.25; Discus: (F) 1. Phong, 83-7; Javelin: (F) 2. Jesse Kurkolonis, 109-8; Long jump: (F) 1. Phaelon Koski, 18-2.75; Triple jump: (F) 2. Longyao Xu, 32-7.25; High jump: (F) 3. Jack Vecellio, 5-0; Pole vault: (F) 1. Vecellio, 11-0; 110-meter high hurdles: (F) 2. Vecellio, 18-6; 400-meter hurdles: (F) 1. Koski, 60.8 100: (F) 1. Koski, 11.3; Mile: (F) Alex Sharp, 5:04.3; 4x100 relay: (F) 2. Vecellio, Ben Lizotte, Joe Robinson, George Psaplin, 49.4; 400: (F) 1. Eric Trueswell, 57.5; 800: (F) 1. Dan Dejnak, 2:20.3 200: (F) 2. Dwight Belk, 26.7; 2-mile: (F) 1. George Balis, 11:28.0; 4x400: (F) 1. Koski, Dejnak, E. Trueswell, Roberts, 4:06.7

Records: Frontier (4-0, 3-0 Intercounty)




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