Bulletin Board: Mastalerz helps UMass skaters sweep Colgate
UMass completed a weekend sweep of Colgate Sunday afternoon with a 3-2 non-conference hockey victory at Starr Rink in Hamilton, N.Y.
Steve Mastalerz made 33 saves to earn the win for the Minutemen (6-11-2), one day after posting a 25-save shutout in UMass’ 2-0 win Saturday.
Freshman Steven Iacobellis scored two goals Sunday, one shorthanded and one on the power play, sandwiched around a power-play goal by Michael Pereira early in the second period. Iacobellis’ second goal, at 11:23 of the third, put UMass ahead 3-1 before the Raiders’ Mike Borkowski scored his second goal of the day with 5:45 to play.
On Saturday, Conor Sheary and Troy Power scored goals for the Minutemen to back Mastalerz’s third career shutout.
UMass, on a three-game winning streak, hosts 20th-ranked Denver tomorrow at 7 p.m. in a non-conference game at the Mullins Center, the Minutemen’s first game on home ice since Nov. 22.
Jackson Donahue became the sixth player in the past seven games to lead Northfield Mount Hermon School in scoring as he finished with 15 points during a 76-52 victory over Vanier College of Quebec during the Scholar Roundball Classic at Babson College in Wellesley.
Josh Sharma added 12 points and seven rebounds, Jerome Derosiers added 10 points and eight boards, and Aaron Falzon collected 10 points and seven rebounds.
• In girls’ action, Opaul Morris scored 11 points and added 13 rebounds, but NMH suffered a 52-49 loss to New Hampton School in a girls’ prep basketball game Saturday in New Hampton, N.H.
Jackie Dallier scored 10 points for NMH (3-2) and Tayler White added 9 points.
Berkshire School defeated NMH, 4-1, in a boys’ prep hockey game Saturday at McCullom Arena in Gill.
Bryce Jordan scored twice on Sunday as the Franklin County Hockey Association Gilmore & Farrell Insurance Warriors tied the Nonotuck Knights, 3-3, in a Greater Springfield League Bantam Division hockey game at Lossone Rink in Easthampton.
Cassidhe Wozniak finished with one goal and one assist for the Warriors, while Dalton Rice and Finnegan O’Connor combined in net for FCHA.
• On Saturday, Mason Whiteman scored twice to help Gilmore & Farrell to a 6-1 win over Pioneer Valley Lightning at the Olympia in West Springfield.
Miles Hiler finished with one goal and three assists, and Christopher Urgiel collected one goal and two assists. Bryce Jordan added one goal and one assist, Wozniak finished with a goal, and Alec Jordan chipped in a helper. Rice and O’Connor combined for 19 saves.
Devin Niles scored three times, and Matt Lavoine added one goal but the FCHA Mite North team suffered a 9-5 loss to Ludlow Black in a GSL Mite division game at Smead Arena in Springfield on Sunday.
The loss was the first of the season for the Mites, who were playing with four players and a goalie due to the snowstorm. Shane Prusak played well in net in the loss.
• On Saturday, Prusak scored four times, and Lavoine added three goals as FCHA edged Nontuck, 14-13 at Smead Arena.
Eathan Bryant, Trevor Kuchieski and Jayson Smith each added two goals in the win, Ben Carlan chipped in one goal, and Devin Niles was strong in net.
Jacob Smith scored on an assist from Maggie Roche on Sunday to help FCHA Dillon Chevrolet to a 1-1 draw against Amherst in a GSL Peewee Division hockey game at the Mullins Center Practice Rink in Amherst.
Riley Drew made 25 saves in the FCHA net.
• On Saturday, Adam Savoy scored three times as FCHA dumped Brattleboro, 9-0, at Withington Rink in Brattleboro, Vt.
Kaedan Socquet finished with one goal and two assists, and Cameron Rice added one goal and one assist. Jacob Smith, Steven Parkinson, Skyler Dodge and Tucker Malinowski each collected one goal, and Jude Lindale tallied an assist. Drew stopped 13 shots.
Kyle Barnes, Lila Roche and Aidan Roche each scored once on Sunday as Dr. Collura Chompers knocked off Pioneer Valley, 3-1, in a GSL Squirt B Division game at Fitzpatrick Arena in Holyoke.
Hannah Roche and Heather French each finished with one assist in the win, and Trevor Parkinson made nine saves.
• Earlier Sunday, Aidan Roche and Barnes each scored twice to help the Chompers to a 4-1 win over Amherst at Collins-Moylan Arena in Greenfield.
Sam Knight and Roche each had one assist, and Parkinson finished with 10 saves.
• On Saturday, Aidan Roche scored four times and added one assist but the Chompers fell to Holy Name Black, 10-7, at the Olympia.
Barnes added a hat trick, while Chloe Cutting and French each added an assist. Parkinson made 21 saves.
Jade Tyler broke a record on Saturday and the Montague Bluefish won their fourth meet of the season with a 268-183 victory over the West Springfield Torpedoes in a Pioneer Valley Swim League meet in Turners Falls.
Tyler won the girls’ ages 11-12 individual medley with a record time of 3:00.50 and also placed first in the 50 yard backstroke in 41 seconds.
Also in girls’ 11-12 action, Olivia Whittier won the 100 free (1:11.76) and the 50 breast (40.24), while Ella Potee-Martin picked up a victory in the 200 free (3:03.60) and finished second in the 50 back. Allison Wheeler won the 50 butterfly (44.58) and came in second in the 200 free, while Matilda Hall was the fifth winner in the age group with a time of 36.60 in the 50 free. Lily VanBaaren placed second in both the 50 butterfly and the 50 breast, and Sophie Simpson came in second in the 50 free and 100 free.
On the boys’ side, Riley Porter won the 200 free (2:57.12) and the 50 back (43.21), while Cameron Bradley won the 50 fly (33.99) and took second in the 200 IM. Jiro Roma won the 50 breast (49.53) and came in second in the 200 free, Gray Davidson took second in the 50 free and third in the 100 free, Mosiayah Harvey-Ahmai placed second in the 100 free and third in the 50, and Zach Sibley came in second in the 50 breast and third in the 50 back.
In girls’ 8 & under action, Sadie Rowan won the 25 free (21.50) and the 25 back (27.19), while Ainslee Flynn won the 100 IM (2:16.13) and placed second in the 25 breast. Lucia Doulette won the 50 free (52.16) and took second in the 25 free, Grace Davenport captured the 25 fly (34.90), Taryn McDonough won the 25 breast, Calla McKeon placed second in the 25 back, and Olivia Hammond took third in the 50 free. On the boys’ side, Henry Ryan Stephenson won the 25 free (20.43) and the 50 free (48.52), while Ben Tardiff took second in the 25 back, and third in the 25 free.
Charlotte Doulette paced the girls’ 9-10 division swimmers with wins in the 50 free (36.10) and the 100 free (1:25.97), while Justice Alexander won the 50 fly (45.85) and came in second in the 50 free. Veda Ruth Harvey-Ahmai won the 100 IM (1:34.00) and finished second in the 50 fly, and Catherine Bezio won the 50 breast (54.04) and took second in the 100 IM. Jillian Scott won the 50 back (49.41), Paige Loughman came in second in both the 100 free and 50 back, and Victoria Malcolm finished second in the 50 breast. Rowan McKeon won the 50 free (38.89) and the 100 free (1:27.40) on the boys’ side, while Ryan Gleason took third in the 50 back.
In girls’ 13-14 action, Karlie Porter swam up an age level and won the 200 free (2:50.12) and the 100 fly (1:29.32), while teammate Karissa Olson also swam up an age level and placed second in the 50 free. Rylie Hager-Stone won both the 50 free (29.20) and the 100 back (1:15.84), and Eliza Kelton won the 100 free (1:31.17). On the boys’ side, Nick Dragicevich won the 200 free (2:40.80) and the 100 breast (1:31.35).
In girls’ 15-18 swimming, Lizz Saulnier won the 100 breast (1:34.87) and took second in the 50 free, while Chloe Nunn came in second in both the 200 IM and the 100 free. Jay Fritz won both the 50 free (26.94) and the 100 free (1:00.57) in boys’ 15-17 results.
Turners 5/6 wins
Marcus Sanders scored with 15 points to lead Turners Falls to a 48-38 win over Easthampton in a grades 5 & 6 Suburban League boys’ basketball game Friday in Easthampton.
Anthony Peterson finished with 14 points in the win, and Colby Mailloux chipped in 8.