HS Roundup: Mohawk Trail, Turners play to draw (PHOTOS)

  • Mohawk Trail’s Avery Dupree’s shot is saved by Turners Falls goalie David Stowe in Buckland on Thursday.  Staff Photo/Paul Franz

  • Mohawk Trail’s Avery Dupree is defended by Turners Fall's Morgan Dobias in Buckland on Thursday.

  • Turners Falls’ Holly Myers, left, and Mohawk Trail’s Rachel Pease battle for possession during Thursday’s game in Buckland. Staff Photo/Paul Franz

  • Mohawk Trail’s Mya Lesieur is defended by Turners Fall's Holly Myers in Buckland on Thursday. Staff Photo/Paul Franz

  • Turners Falls’ Cady Wozniak, left, is defended byMohawk Trail’s Mya Lesieur during Thursday’s game in Buckland. Staff Photo/Paul Franz

Staff Reports
Published: 10/14/2021 9:13:22 PM

Brooke Thayer came through in the clutch for the Turners Falls field hockey team on Thursday against Mohawk Trail.

Trailing 1-0 in the fourth quarter, Thayer put one in the back of the cage off an assist from Hannah Marchefka, leading to a 1-1 tie with the Warriors.

David Stowe made five saves for the Thunder while Kordaryl Kendall had three saves for the Warriors in the draw.

Field hockey

Franklin Tech 4, Athol 2 — It was a second quarter to remember for Eagle Lauren Ross.

Ross scored three goals in the frame — one off an assist from Lily Ross and two off passes from Kaitlin Trudeau — as Franklin Tech pulled away with a 4-2 County League triumph on Thursday.

Kendra Campbell closed the scoring for the Eagles in the third quarter off an assist from Hannah Gilbert to put Franklin Tech ahead, 4-0, with 12:28 to go in the quarter.

Christa Cucchi scored twice in the fourth quarter for Athol, the first off an assist from Lilly Rathburn and the second off a dish from Sadey Lehtomaki.

Madison Markwell made four saves for the Eagles while Sam Kenniff stopped 27 shots for the Bears.

Smith Academy 8, Mahar 0 — Charlotte Hennings scored three goals and dished an assist as the Falcons cruised past the Senators, 8-0, in Valley League action in Hatfield on Thursday.

Bailey McCoy, Maisy Dyer, Crista Kemp, Charlotte Cavanaugh, Makena Valentine and Amanda Novak each scored a goal for Smith Academy in the win.

Boys soccer

Frontier 4, Lenox 2 — Tyler Dubreuil found the back of the net twice as the Redhawks earned a 4-2 victory against the Millionaires on Thursday.

Dubreuil and Chanhee Son scored for Frontier in the first half before Dubreuil and Ngawang Deter struck in the final 40 minutes of action. Cairn Bright and Dante Ruggiano had assists in the win and Dylan Martin made two saves in goal for the Redhawks.

Hopkins 8, Pioneer 2 — The Golden Hawks erupted for six first half goals before scoring the opening two goals of the second half to earn an 8-2 win against the Panthers in Hadley on Thursday.

Andrew Ciaglo recorded a hat trick for Hopkins while Patrick Fitzgibbons and Alex Pichizaca both scored twice in the victory.

Sean Allen and Jason Quinn were the Pioneer goal scorers.

St. Mary’s 5, Mohawk Trail 0 — Jonathan Baillargeon gave the Warrior defense fits, putting four balls in the back of the net to propel the Saints to a 5-0 win in Buckland on Thursday.

Logan Brothers made nine saves and Connor Herzig came up with two saves in the loss.

Girls soccer

Greenfield 2, Athol 1 — Azemina Cecunjanin’s second half strike proved to the game-winner, leading the Green Wave to a 2-1 win over the Bears at Vets Field on Thursday.

Emma Savoy scored in the first half for Greenfield before Elizabeth Mailloux scored on a corner kick to tie the game for Athol.

Jenna Bonenfant made six saves for the Bears and Makayla Valente stopped two shots for the Green Wave. Ava Widelo had an assist for Greenfield.

St. Mary’s 3, Franklin Tech 0 — The Eagle defense rose to the occasion on Thursday in Westfield, but a pair of second half goals lifted the Saints to a 3-0 Bi-County League victory.

Allie Goodreau, Emma Goodreau and Emma Bialas were the St. Mary goalscorers.

Anne Kolodziej did a great job defending St. Mary’s leading scorer Allie Goodreau while Kay McClure, Jill Crowningshield, Jocelyn Wyman, Ana Dunn and Skylar Alamed played well to keep a potent Saint offense off the scoreboard for the majority of the game. Emily Merritt made 12 saves in the loss.

Hoosac Valley 2, Mahar 1 — Natalie Beloli tallied the lone Senator goal as they fell to the Hurricanes, 2-1, in Grieve League action on Thursday.

Mackinley Drew made 13 saves in the losing effort.


Turners Falls 3, Mohawk Trail 0 — Taylor Greene was a monster in the service station on Thursday against the Warriors, serv i ng up 20 aces to go along with 15 assists to help lead the Thunder to a 25-11, 25-13, 25-2 Northern League win in Buckland.

Abbi Holloway put down five kills and Madi Liimatainen smashed 10 kills and two aces in the victory for Turners.

Octavia Crawford dished three assists to go along with an ace, a block and a kill for Mohaw k Trail. Palmer King added three kills and two assists and Sophia Guy made six digs in the loss.

Frontier 3, Minnechaug 0 — Jillian Apanell smacked 18 kills as the Redhawks advanced past the Falcons 25-15, 25-14, 25-18 on Thursday in Wilbraham.

Lilah Evans recorded seven kills and four aces, Brooke Davis made 11 digs and Sydney Scanlon tossed 30 assists in the victory for Frontier.

Athol 3, Pioneer 2 — For the second time this season it took five sets to decide a winner between the Bears and the Panthers.

The first matchup saw Pioneer take the first two sets but Athol storm back to win the final three. On Thursday, it was the Bears who stormed out to a 2-0 lead with 25-19, 25-20 but the Panthers answered with 25-23, 25-19 set wins to force a fifth and final set. Pioneer was unable to finish off the comeback, as Athol won the final set, 15-10, to earn the victory in Athol.

Laney Florentino put down six kills to go along with three assist for the Bears. Alma White added four kills and 11 assists, Kennedy Vaillancourt smacked six kills and Honnah Griffith made some big digs and hits in the second set to help lead Athol to victory.

Alana Redeker had nine aces, four kills and a block for Pioneer. Avery Johnson tallied four aces and three kills, Marina Duclos recorded four aces, seven assists and two kills and Natalie Rowan made seven digs and a kill in the loss.

Wahconah 3, Greenfield 0 — Kelsey Richardson had seven kills, six aces and five digs in the Green Wave’s 3-0 loss to the Warriors in Wahconah on Thursday.

Rachel Dodge tossed seven assists to go along with two aces and five digs for Greenfield. Aisha Pruitt-Gonzalez added eight assists and three aces and Genesis Ocasios-Rivera made five digs and two kills in the loss.


Frontier 14, Monson 10 — Each Redhawk golfer shot between a 42 and 48 as Frontier picked up a 14-10 victory over the Mustangs at Cherry Hill on Thursday.

Ryan Cetto carded a team-low 42 for the Redhawks while Kevin Baumann shot a 43, Cam Skiffington finished with a 44, Cade Allenby and Alex Gochinski both shot a 45 and Shane Prusak recorded a 48 in the victory.


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