Thursday’s high schools: South Hadley field hockey cruises past varsity-newcomer Belchertown

  • South Hadley's Kylie Hunter, center, controls the ball under pressure from Belchertown's Aurelia Delaney Sept. 7, 2017 during a girls field hockey game at South Hadley High School. Belchertown's Ashley Messier looks on, at left. —GAZETTE STAFF/SARAH CROSBY

  • South Hadley's Taylor Gelinas, front, moves the ball down the field under pressure from Belchertown's Hailley Boutin Sept. 7, 2017 during a girls field hockey game at South Hadley High School. —GAZETTE STAFF/SARAH CROSBY

  • South Hadley's Kayla Carlton, left, keeps the ball from Belchertown's Fiona Murphy Sept. 7, 2017 during a girls field hockey game at South Hadley High School. —GAZETTE STAFF/SARAH CROSBY

  • South Hadley's Taylor Gelinas, center, and teammate Bella Yee, right, high-five girls from Belchertown's field hockey team Sept. 7, 2017 following a game at South Hadley High School. —GAZETTE STAFF/SARAH CROSBY

  • South Hadley's Abbie Carey, left, and Belchertown's Emma Rothstein fight to control the ball Sept. 7, 2017 during a girls field hockey game at South Hadley High School. —GAZETTE STAFF/SARAH CROSBY

  • South Hadley's Kayla Carlton, front, takes a shot under pressure from Belchertown's Trinity Pirrone Sept. 7, 2017 during a girls field hockey game at South Hadley High School. —GAZETTE STAFF/SARAH CROSBY

  • Belchertown's Aurelia Delaney, left, controls the ball under pressure from South Hadley's Abbie Carey Sept. 7, 2017 during a girls field hockey game at South Hadley High School. —GAZETTE STAFF/SARAH CROSBY

  • South Hadley's Olivia Wilson, left, chases down Belchertown's Emma Rothstein who is controlling the ball Sept. 7, 2017 during a girls field hockey game at South Hadley High School. —GAZETTE STAFF/SARAH CROSBY

  • South Hadley's Corryn Moroney, left, tries to move the ball past Belchertown's Fiona Murphy Sept. 7, 2017 during a girls field hockey game at South Hadley High School. —GAZETTE STAFF/SARAH CROSBY

  • South Hadley's Kayla Carlton, left, controls the ball under pressure from Belchertown's Fiona Murphy Sept. 7, 2017 during a girls field hockey game at South Hadley High School. —GAZETTE STAFF/SARAH CROSBY

  • South Hadley's Kayla Carlton, right, lines up a shot under pressure from Belchertown's Trinity Pirrone Sept. 7, 2017 during a girls field hockey game at South Hadley High School. —GAZETTE STAFF/SARAH CROSBY

  • Belchertown's Samantha Mann, left, controls the ball under pressure from South Hadley's Emma Rahilly Sept. 7, 2017 during a girls field hockey game at South Hadley High School. —GAZETTE STAFF/SARAH CROSBY

  • Belchertown's Aurelia Delaney, left, puts pressure on South Hadley's Abbie Carey as she controls the ball Sept. 7, 2017 during a girls field hockey game at South Hadley High School. —GAZETTE STAFF/SARAH CROSBY

Published: 9/7/2017 11:12:21 PM

The Belchertown High School field hockey team’s first game as a varsity program was a tough one.

The Orioles traveled to South Hadley, where the Tigers cruised to a 12-0 victory.

Savannah Sudyka had five goals for South Hadley.

Bella Yee and Olivia Wilson added two goals each for the Tigers (1-0).

Julia Miele, Kayla Carlton and Corryn Maroney also scored for South Hadley.

Abigail Rothstein made 15 saves in net for the Orioles (0-1).

Frontier Regional 3, Turners Falls 2 — Trailing 2-0 at halftime, the Red Hawks jumped on the Indians early in the second half and rallied for the road win.

Kathryn Mason scored 2 minutes, 10 seconds into the second half and again with 2:10 left, both on assists from Olivia Vecellio.

Lily Spencer tied the game with 1:38 remaining on an assist from Vecellio.

Skyla Burniske made two saves in the win.

Volleyball

Belchertown 3, Mahar 2 — Marissa Courchesne had 12 kills in the five-set road win for the Orioles.

Set scores were 24-26, 25-16 27-15, 24-26 and 15-11.

Cassidy Genereux led Belchertown (2-0) with 18 assists.

Easthampton 3, Greenfield 0 — The Eagles (1-1) swept the Green Wave on the road 25-15, 25-15 and 25-8.

Sophia Deblase had seven aces while Sierra Raskevitz added six aces and four digs

Lisa Sikop and Samantha Sypek chipped in with six aces and eight digs, respectively.


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