High Schools: Anna Dyjach’s hat trick leads Hopkins Academy girls soccer past Smith Academy

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  • Hopkins Academy eighth grader Sadie Cyr, right, takes possession from Smith Academy junior Skylar Zygmont in the first half of the Golden Hawks’ 4-2 win over the host Falcons on Tuesday in Hatfield. STAFF PHOTO/KEVIN GUTTING

  • Hopkins Academy freshman Anna Dyjach, left, gets off a pass in front of Smith Academy sophomore Story Goldman in the first half of the Golden Hawks’ 4-2 win over the host Falcons on Tuesday in Hatfield. STAFF PHOTO/KEVIN GUTTING

  • A shot by Hopkins Academy eighth grader Sadie Cyr gets by Smith Academy junior goalkeeper Madelyn Bell to put the Golden Hawks on the board first in the first half of their 4-2 win over the host Falcons on Tuesday, April 6, 2021, in Hatfield. —STAFF PHOTO/KEVIN GUTTING

  • Hopkins Academy junior Marlee Higgins, left, waits for a pass from freshman Anna Dyjach in the first half of the visiting Golden Hawks' 4-2 win over Smith Academy on Tuesday, April 6, 2021, in Hatfield. —STAFF PHOTO/KEVIN GUTTING

  • Smith Academy eighth grader Caitlin Graves, left, and Hopkins Academy sophomore Isabelle Palmisano vie for control in the first half of the Falcons' 4-2 loss to the visiting Golden Hawks on Tuesday, April 6, 2021, in Hatfield. —STAFF PHOTO/KEVIN GUTTING

  • Smith Academy freshman Meghan Bell, left, maintains control despite a tackle by Hopkins Academy junior Marlee Higgins in the first half of the Falcons’ 4-2 loss to the visiting Golden Hawks on Tuesday in Hatfield. STAFF PHOTO/KEVIN GUTTING

  • Hopkins Academy freshman Anna Dyjach, left, dribbles past Smith Academy senior Ainsley LaFlamme in the first half of the Golden Hawks' 4-2 win over the host Falcons on Tuesday, April 6, 2021, in Hatfield. —STAFF PHOTO/KEVIN GUTTING

  • Hopkins Academy freshman Anna Dyjach (14) drives past Smith Academy seventh grader Anna Scagel, right, to score the Golden Hawks’ second goal in the first half of their 4-2 win over the host Falcons on Tuesday in Hatfield. At left is Hopkins sophomore Kasey Earle. STAFF PHOTO/KEVIN GUTTING

  • Hopkins Academy junior Tia Fyden, right, takes a shot on Smith Academy junior goalkeeper Madelyn Bell that went wide right in the first half of the Golden Hawks’ 4-2 win over the host Falcons on Tuesday in Hatfield. STAFF PHOTO/KEVIN GUTTING

  • Hopkins Academy sophomore Isabelle Palmisano, left, collides with Smith Academy seventh grader Marissa Belina in the first half of the Golden Hawks' 4-2 win over the host Falcons on Tuesday, April 6, 2021, in Hatfield. —STAFF PHOTO/KEVIN GUTTING

  • Hopkins Academy junior Tia Fyden, right, takes a shot on Smith Academy junior goalkeeper Madelyn Bell that went wide right in the first half of the Golden Hawks' 4-2 win over the host Falcons on Tuesday, April 6, 2021, in Hatfield. —STAFF PHOTO/KEVIN GUTTING

Staff reports
Published: 4/6/2021 10:05:57 PM

Anna Dyjach collected a hat trick, as the Hopkins Academy girls soccer team defeated Smith Academy 4-2 in Hatfield on Tuesday.

Dyjah had one goal in the first half and two in the second. Sadie Cyr also found the net.

Kasey Earle and Helen Vissas added an assist each for Hopkins.

Story Goldman put away both Smith Academy goals.

Frontier 6, Franklin Tech 0 — Four Red Hawks found the back of the net in South Deerfield.

“It was nice to get a lot of players in the game,” Frontier coach Phil Pittelli said. “We tried some new things and it was nice to see the girls study the new formations and work on it during the game.”

Hannah Mackin and Meybelyn Green scored twice each. Isabel Marrapese and Makayla Santos ahd a goal each.

Green’s two goals came in the second half, as she was pulled out of her typical goalie duties and put on offense.

Santos, Kylie Laford, Samantha Scanlon and Sydney Tor picked up assists for Frontier.  

Boys basketball

Hampshire 89, Gateway 24 – Justin Forest poured in five 3s and 33 points for the Raiders in a road win. Dylan Rohan added 12 points, while Jamil Rodriguez scored 11. 

Jayden Lopez-Santiago and Jacob Robbins each scored six points to lead the Gators.

Belchertown 66, Southwick 43 — Jordan Lanoue scored 12 of his game-high 24 points in the second quarter, as the Orioles won at home. Tyler McDonald added 14 points with four third-quarter 3s. Tommy Vinagre scored nine points.

Girls basketball

Hampshire 70, Gateway 22 — Maggie Rubeck led 10 Raiders on the score sheet with 14 points. Maddie Pond also reached double figures with 13. Brie Salomao added eight points, while Lila Labrie and Riley Shaughnessy each contributed six.

Peyton Bucko hit three 3s and scored 11 points for the Gators. Hannah Dugan added seven points.

Belchertown 34, Southwick 27 — The Orioles secured their first win of the season with an 8-4 run to end the game.

Laura Cote led Belchertown with eight points. Macie Bolton added seven points.

The Orioles outscored the Rams 9-2 in the second quarter.

 Boys swimming

Northampton 98, Easthampton 6

200 medley relay — (N) 1. Oliver Schalet, Jack Mattison-Gulotta, Theodore Bayne, Davis Wheat, 2:00.08; 200 free — (N) 1. Mattison-Gulotta, 2:02.3; (E) 3. Cade Cefaco, 3:17.45; 200 IM — (N) 1. T. Bayne, 2:28.16; 50 free — (N) 1. Schalet, 21.5; Diving — (N) 1. Henry Bayne, 135.82; 100 fly — (N) 1. T. Bayne, 1:08.86; 100 free — (N) 1. Gus Fallon, 1:11.22; (E) 3. Cefaco, 1:33.56; 500 free — (N) 1. Wheat, 7:10.39; 200 free relay — (N) 1. Schalet, Mattison-Gulotta, T. Bayne, Fallon, 1:48.14; 100 back — (N) 1. Schalet, 53.43; 100 breast — (N) 1. H. Bayne, 1:21.42; 400 free relay — (N) 1. What, Fallon, Thai Hardy, H. Bayne, 4:44.3;

Girls swimming

Northampton 102.5, Easthampton 81.5

200 medley relay — (N) 1. Fiona Tischler, Josephine Hopkins, Sydney Abild, Asha Kulp, 2:17.49; 2. Easthampton, 2:23.08; 200 free — (E) 1. Elizabeth Winberg, 2:20.4; (N) 2. Tischler, 2:13.72; 200 IM — (N) 1. Ruth Geller, 2:42.8; (E) 3. Katy Geertsma, 2:46.18; 50 free — (N) 1. Lavery Greenfield, 29.27; (E) 2. Mackenzie Bates, 33.57; Diving — (E) 1. Courtney Ross, 188.25; (N) 2. Ursula Von Goeler, 184.86;  100 fly — (N) 1. Sabrina Hopkins, 1:11.15;  (E) 4. Hailey Bean, 1:39.05; 100 free — (N) 1. Zoe Thomas, 1:05.37; (E) T-2. Jillian Scott, 1:07.13; 500 free — (E) 1. Winberg, 6:12.54; (N) 2. Emily Lippiello, 7:23.00;  200 free relay — (N) 1. Geller, Tischler, Hopkins, Abild, 1:56.92; 2. Easthampton, 2:06.8; 100 back — (E) 1. Geertsma, 1:17.05; (N) 2. Greenfield, 1:17.57; 100 breast — (N) 1. Hopkins, 1:23.53; (E) 2. Adriana Drejsa, 1:30.76; 400 free relay — (N) 1. Geller, Josephine Hopkins, Greenfield, S. Hopkins, 4:30.86; 2. Easthampton, 5:17.24;




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