Panthers roll past Greenfield
Lee Doiron and James Elliott both turned in career rounds Tuesday as Pioneer Valley Regional School rolled to a 20-4 win over Greenfield High School in PVIAC North Division golf action at Northfield Golf Course.
Doiron parlayed an eagle on the fifth hole and two birdies into a 3-under-par 33 as he easily swept his match, while Elliott ripped off four birdies during his round and finished with a 2-under 34 to sweep four more points for the Panthers (3-0 North).
Brad Hastings shot a 39 and also took four points, while Nick Stennes (38) added 31∕2 points.
Tyler Boissonneault took 21∕2 points for the Green Wave (1-1 North).
FC Tech 121∕2, Sabis 111∕2 — Cody Booska carded a 1-over 36 and swept four points to help Franklin County Technical School hold on for a 121∕2-111∕2 victory over Sabis International Charter School in an independent golf match Tuesday at Thomas Memorial Golf & Country Club in Turners Falls.
Trevor Blake added a 44 and also swept four points for the Eagles.
Kolby Smith, Gus Pessolano and Devin Bushey all took three points for the Bulldogs.
Mohawk 18, McCann 6 — Rowan Jones and Kai Herzig both swept four points to lead Mohawk Trail Regional High School over McCann Technical School, 18-6, in a PVIAC North golf match Tuesday at Edge Hill Golf Course in Ashfield.
Jones was the match medalist with a 45.
Thomas Aurigemma added 31∕2 points and Eric Shattuck chipped in three points for the Warriors.
Charlie Bohl took three points for the Hornets.
Mahar 15, Pathfinder 9 — Zack Adams carded a 40 for low-medalist honors and swept four points as Mahar Regional School downed Pathfinder Vocational High School, 15-9, in a PVIAC East golf match Tuesday at Mill Valley Golf Links in Belchertown.
Matt Herk and Graham Green also took four points for the Senators (2-1 East).
Jake Allard swept four points for the Pioneers (0-2).
Frontier 3, Westfield 0 — Sarah Woodward recorded seven kills to help Frontier Regional School beat Westfield High School, 25-13, 25-23, 25-19, in an independent girls’ volleyball match Tuesday night in Westfield.
Katherine Conlisk added five kills and three aces, and Rachel Cialek chipped in four kills and three aces for the Red Hawks won despite committing 17 service errors and 13 hitting errors on the evening.
Frontier (3-0) hosts Chicopee Comprehensive High School Thursday at 6.
Mahar 3, South Hadley 1 — Caitriona Cronin registered 15 digs and added four kills as Mahar Regional School rebounded from a first-set loss to earn a 20-25, 25-22, 25-20, 25-22 independent girls’ volleyball win over South Hadley High School Tuesday afternoon in Orange.
Kelly Leblanc finished with 23 assists in the win, Katherine Donelan notched seven assists and 13 kills, and Sabrina Ledeau and Erin Robinson each added five kills.
The Senators (2-1) host Chicopee High School today at 6.
Cathedral 4, FC Tech 1 — Cathedral High School scored three consecutive goals in the second half to break a 1-1 tie and go on to take a 4-1 West Division field hockey win over Franklin Tech Tuesday afternoon in Turners Falls.
The Panthers (2-1-0) scored the only goal of the first half when Nana Le potted a goal on an assist from Sam Turowsky, but the Eagles (0-3-1) came back to tie the score in the second half as Nicole Valeski beat Cathedral goalie Tessa Morneau on an assist from Madison Lively.
Any hopes the Eagles had of earning their first win of the season were quickly extinguished as Ari Brown scored back-to-back goals on a pair of assists from Annie Damario. Marissa Periara added a goal of her own to put Cathedral up 4-1. While the Eagles were unable to earn a point in the game, coach Amber Coburn was pleased with the effort level.
The Eagles finished with nine corners to Cathedral’s two on the day. Emily Sullivan finished with five saves in the Franklin Tech net, while Morneau stopped one shot in the win.