Some clouds
40°
Some clouds
Hi 57° | Lo 34°

Senators blank Indians, 5-0

  • Franklin Tech 10/7/13. Greenfield's #4 Vladimir Popusoi &  Franklin Tech's #12 Anthony Chassion,  battle for control of the ball in the 1st half.<br/>photo by J. Anthony Roberts

    Franklin Tech 10/7/13. Greenfield's #4 Vladimir Popusoi & Franklin Tech's #12 Anthony Chassion, battle for control of the ball in the 1st half.
    photo by J. Anthony Roberts

  • #12 Liam Ellis and #4 Ethan Nye

    #12 Liam Ellis and #4 Ethan Nye

  • #17 owen Cook

    #17 owen Cook

  • #10 Emmett Turn and #8 Not on roster

    #10 Emmett Turn and #8 Not on roster

  • Turners #12 Liam Ellis and #15 Austin Marshall

    Turners #12 Liam Ellis and #15 Austin Marshall

  • #2 Devan Rivera #3 Gunnar Garcia and #11 Heron Heath

    #2 Devan Rivera #3 Gunnar Garcia and #11 Heron Heath

  • #24 Shawn Dennis

    #24 Shawn Dennis

  • !0 Emmett Turn and #7 Dennis Gheorghita

    !0 Emmett Turn and #7 Dennis Gheorghita

  • Franklin Tech 10/7/13. Greenfield's #10 Andrei Taraburca, maneuvers the ball in towards the net as Franklin Tech's #2 Mason Dow  moves up to stop him in the 1st half.<br/>photo by J. Anthony Roberts

    Franklin Tech 10/7/13. Greenfield's #10 Andrei Taraburca, maneuvers the ball in towards the net as Franklin Tech's #2 Mason Dow moves up to stop him in the 1st half.
    photo by J. Anthony Roberts

  • Franklin Tech 10/7/13. Greenfield's #4 Vladimir Popusoi, drives the ball up the field towards the net as Franklin Tech's #7 Anthony Ludwig sprints to catch up to him in the 1st half.<br/>photo by J. Anthony Roberts

    Franklin Tech 10/7/13. Greenfield's #4 Vladimir Popusoi, drives the ball up the field towards the net as Franklin Tech's #7 Anthony Ludwig sprints to catch up to him in the 1st half.
    photo by J. Anthony Roberts

  • Franklin Tech 10/7/13. Greenfield's #4 Vladimir Popusoi, drives the ball up the field towards the net as Franklin Tech's #10 Kyle Gray sprints to catch up to him in the 1st half.<br/>photo by J. Anthony Roberts

    Franklin Tech 10/7/13. Greenfield's #4 Vladimir Popusoi, drives the ball up the field towards the net as Franklin Tech's #10 Kyle Gray sprints to catch up to him in the 1st half.
    photo by J. Anthony Roberts

  • Franklin Tech 10/7/13. Greenfield's #4 Vladimir Popusoi &  Franklin Tech's #12 Anthony Chassion,  battle for control of the ball in the 1st half.<br/>photo by J. Anthony Roberts
  • #12 Liam Ellis and #4 Ethan Nye
  • #17 owen Cook
  • #10 Emmett Turn and #8 Not on roster
  • Turners #12 Liam Ellis and #15 Austin Marshall
  • #2 Devan Rivera #3 Gunnar Garcia and #11 Heron Heath
  • #24 Shawn Dennis
  • !0 Emmett Turn and #7 Dennis Gheorghita
  • Franklin Tech 10/7/13. Greenfield's #10 Andrei Taraburca, maneuvers the ball in towards the net as Franklin Tech's #2 Mason Dow  moves up to stop him in the 1st half.<br/>photo by J. Anthony Roberts
  • Franklin Tech 10/7/13. Greenfield's #4 Vladimir Popusoi, drives the ball up the field towards the net as Franklin Tech's #7 Anthony Ludwig sprints to catch up to him in the 1st half.<br/>photo by J. Anthony Roberts
  • Franklin Tech 10/7/13. Greenfield's #4 Vladimir Popusoi, drives the ball up the field towards the net as Franklin Tech's #10 Kyle Gray sprints to catch up to him in the 1st half.<br/>photo by J. Anthony Roberts

Heron Heath broke loose for two goals and one assist to power Mahar Regional School to a 5-0 victory over Turners Falls High School in a McGrath North Division boys’ soccer match on Monday at the Woodward Complex in Orange.

Owen Cooke and Winston Chayee both collected one goal and one assist and Jose Rivera also rippled the twine for the Senators, who outshot the Indians, 23-5.

Matt Simmington made four saves and Bryce Cleveland had one stop to share the shutout.

Zach Demars registered 18 saves for Turners.

Mahar hosts Hampden Charter School on Thursday at 3:30 p.m.

Sabis 2, Frontier 1 — Josh Evans’ unassisted goal in the 74th minute helped Sabis International Charter School edge Frontier Regional School, 2-1, in Schmid-Division boys’ soccer action Monday at Herlihy Park in Whately.

Jamie Blinder had given the Red Hawks a 1-0 lead in the 29th minute, assisted by Chad Parent.

Andrew Berthiaume pulled the Bulldogs even with his unassisted marker in the 38th minute.

Frontier outshot Sabis, 15-10.

Shayn Audet recorded eight saves for the Bulldogs’ while the Red Hawks’ Dylan Husted was credited with six stops.

Frontier (5-4-1, 2-3-0 Schmid) travels to Westhampton on Thursday to face Hampshire Regional High School Thursday at 4 p.m.

Hopkins 4, Athol 1 — Tyler Szymkowicz netted one goal and assisted on another as Hopkins Academy bested Athol High School, 4-1, in a rain-shortened Schmid Division boys’ soccer match Monday in Hadley.

The game was called after 60 minutes due to a torrential downpour.

Evan Delaney, Connor Quinlin and Chad Sanderson also score for the Golden Hawks. Paul Delamy chipped in a pair of assists.

Tyler Lajoie scored the Red Raiders’ only goal, assisted by Lorenzo Carra.

Greenfield 9, FC Tech 0 — Vlad Popusoi scored three goals and assisted on a fourth as Greenfield High School routed Franklin County Technical, 9-0, in an independent boys’ soccer game Monday in Turners Falls.

Six other players scored one goal apiece for the Green Wave. George Felogloy, Sylvian Popusoi, Vova Cobileanschi, David Komerzan, Oleg Cobileanschi and Nick Georgitsa each had one goal. Oleg Cobileanschi and Andrew Toritto each added one assist in the win.

Oleg Cobileanschi and Felogloy combined to stop three shots for the shutout. Joey Barcomb made 20 saves in the loss.

Girls’ soccer

Athol 6, Gansett 2 — Molly Cleveland and Olivia Smith each scored twice Monday as Athol survived inclement weather to post a 6-2 independent girls’ soccer win over Narragansett Regional High School in Athol.

The Red Raiders (6-5) scored three times in each half. Cleveland netted two goals in the first half and Smith added one of her two to put Athol up 3-0 before an own goal by the Red Raiders cut into lead for a 3-1 score at the break. Julia Carey, Amber Young and Smith each added one goal in the second half to put the game out of reach.

Cleveland added a pair of assists in the win for a four-point day. Smith and Callie Jillson each had one helper. Stephanie Putnam stopped seven shots to earn the win.

Field hockey

Frontier 6, Athol 0 — Rose Moscaritolo and Brenna Sicard each scored twice as Frontier downed Athol, 6-0, in a PVIAC Northern Division field hockey game Monday in Athol.

Taryn Marquis notched three assists while Alexis Ackerman and Jordyn Roberts added the other goals for the Red Hawks, who led 4-0 at intermission.

Frontier held the upper hand in shots (16-4) and corners (11-2).

Gwen Thayer made four saves to record the shutout. Alicia Lachance had 10 stops for the Red Raiders.

Athol hosts East Longmeadow High School today at 4 p.m.

Mohawk 2, Westfield 2 — Jenna Sensabaugh scored twice in the first half and the rains came early in the second to halt the game early as Mohawk Trail Regional High School had to settle for a 2-2 draw against Westfield High School in an independent field hockey game Monday in Westfield.

The two teams each scored twice in the first half and the game was three minutes into the second half, when heavy rains began to fall to end the game. Holly Brown assisted on both goals for the Warriors (4-5-3), and Erin Townsley made four saves.

Lexi Minicucci scored on a penalty stroke for the Bombers. Ashley Owen added an unassisted goal. Karly Mastello stopped three shots.

Mohawk hosts Greenfield Thursday afternoon in a big game for both teams’ postseason hopes.

Girls’ volleyball

Athol 3, Greenfield 0 — Lexi Hamlett recorded 22 assists and 13 service aces to lead Athol over Greenfield, 25-13, 25-6, 25-17, in a PVIAC Northern Division girls’ volleyball action Monday at Mallet Gymnasium in Athol.

Krystal Campbell collected 19 digs, five aces and two kills, Tessa Neverett pitched in with nine kills, 11 digs and two aces, and Hamlett also served for the first 17 points of the second set for the Red Raiders.

Manisha Malik had two aces, three digs and one kill, and Ashley Lowell collected two kills and one block for the Green Wave.

Athol travels to Mahar Wednesday night.

Mahar 3, Mohawk 0 — Kelly Leblanc finished with 11 assists and Mahar dumped Mohawk Trail Regional High School, 25-15, 25-18, 25-7 in a Northern Division girls’ volleyball match Monday at the Grzesik-Bixby Complex in Orange.

Miracle Eastman registered seven aces and two kills in the win, and Erin Robinson chipped in five kills.

Jessica Dawicki collected three kills for the Warriors. Emma Guyette added three kills and two blocks.

Turners 3, Pioneer 0 — Jessica Loynd fired home 12 aces and added four digs to lead Turners Falls to a 25-23, 25-230, 25-15 Northern Division win over Pioneer Valley Regional School in girls’ volleyball action Monday night in Turners Falls.

Dani Conant totaled eight digs and five aces, Shelby Lewis added seven kills and four aces, and Sam Currier had six kills, four digs and one ace for the Indians (11-3, 4-2 North).

Golf

FC Tech 14, Sabis 10 — Cody Booska carded a low-medalist 39 and took 31∕2 points to lead Franklin Tech over Sabis, 14-10, in an independent golf match on Monday at Veterans Golf Course in Springfield.

Trevor Blake also took 31∕2 points for the Eagles, while Austin Felix and R.J. Hubert each added three points.

Devin Bushey swept four points for the Bulldogs.

Smith Academy 22, Greenfield 2 — Steve Bruscoe shot a 44 and swept four points as Smith Academy beat Greenfield, 22-2, in an independent golf match Monday at the Country Club of Greenfield.

Match medalist Matt Muccino posted a 42 and added 31∕2 points for the Falcons (10-2-1 overall).

Tyler Boissonneault took one point for the Green Wave (5-7), which had just four players and forfeited the final two matches.

There are no comments yet. Be the first!
Post a Comment

You must be registered to comment on stories. Click here to register.