Tuesday’s high schools: Northampton field hockey shuts out South Hadley, 2-0

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

The Northampton field hockey team went on the road and beat South Hadley, 2-0, Tuesday.

Abby Pelis and Anna Kerwood scored for the Blue Devils (4-5-1). McKenna Goggins and Abby Baldwin assisted on the goals, respectively.

Danielle Parent made 10 saves in the shutout.

For South Hadley (5-5-1), Brittany Cote made five saves.

West Springfield 2, Smith Academy 1 –— Maggie Herlihy scored the lone goal for the Falcons (2-9) off an assist by Karlie Guimond.

Taeghan Cavanaugh had 10 saves.

Minnechaug 1, Frontier Regional 0 — A goal with 1 minute, 11 seconds left in the game ended the Red Hawks’ seven-game winning streak.

Skyla Burniske made five saves for Frontier (8-2-1).

Southwick 4, Amherst Regional 1 — Lindsey Campbell scored from Monica Sage, but the Hurricanes lost on the road.

Lydia Sullivan made 16 saves for Amherst (4-6-1).

Girls volleyball

Easthampton 3, Holyoke 2 — The Eagles (7-3) let a two-set lead slip away, but managed to put away the Purple Knights in the decisive fifth set, 25-9, 25-19, 21-25, 21-25, 15-9.

Devney Horne had 21 kills for the Eagles while Anna Stabile added 10.

Autumn Pinard led Easthampton with 35 assists.

Samantha Sypek had 11 digs.

Amherst Regional 3, Central 0 –— Claire Basler-Chang had eight kills for the Hurricanes in a 25-17, 25-10, 25-18 home sweep.

Playing without Teya Nolan (sick), freshman Amelia Beigel filled in and had 22 assists for the Hurricanes (10-3).

Ware 3, Belchertown 1 –— Marissa Courchesne had 15 kills for the Orioles (7-5) in the loss.

Quinn Roche had five aces and five kills.

Cassidy Genereux had 18 assists for the Orioles.


Minnechaug 131.775, Hampshire 125.20, Agawam 116.95 — Minnechaug’s Kyla Miller won the all-around and three events as the Falcons (1-0) defeated Hampshire (1-2) and Agawam.

Hampshire’s Maura Joseph placed second in the all-around with a score of 32.65.

Joseph was third on beam (8.55).

Katelyn Meunier was third on vault (8.05) for Hampshire.