H.S. Roundup: Frontier volleyball earns win over Turners

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Published: 9/21/2022 9:17:15 PM

Two of the top teams in the MIAA Div. 5 volleyball field got together in Turners Falls on Wednesday. 

Frontier traveled up to face the Thunder, and Caroline Deane led the way with 15 kills and one assist as the Redhawks came up with a 25-16, 25-19, 25-21 independent victory. 

Eve Dougan finished with eight kills and two aces, Gabby Adams put down eight aces and two kills, Kate DeMaio tallied four kills and Sydney Scanlon dished 28 assists for Frontier in the win. 

Madi Liimatainen finished with seven kills and two aces, Taylor Greene recorded 11 assists and a block while Maddie Dietz had four aces and six digs in the loss for Turners. 

Franklin Tech 3, Mahar 1 — Faith Smith put down six aces and five kills while also coming up with three digs as the Eagles pulled away with a 25-17, 25-16, 23-25, 25-19 triumph over the Senators in Turners on Wednesday. 

Skylei LaPan had six aces, one kill and four digs, Jenna Petrowicz cracked eight kills and an ace while Shelby O’Leary had three aces and four digs in the winning effort. 

Boys soccer

Greenfield 3, Sci-Tech 2 — The Green Wave had to dig themselves out of an early hole on Wednesday in a Schmid League clash with the visiting CyberCats. 

Sci-Tech scored twice in the opening 20 minutes to build a 2-0 lead. Greenfield got one back in the first half before tallying twice in the final 40 minutes of action to earn a comeback victory in Greenfield. 

Jacob Blanchard scored on a penalty kick in the first half for the Green Wave and tallied again in the 63rd minute off an assist from Jack Laurie to tie the game. Three minutes later Caleb Thomas scored off a dish from Jackson Campbell to give Greenfield the lead, one it held until the final whistle. 

Daniel Pena-Chadee made seven saves while Petru Cojocaru came up with two stops in goal for the Green Wave. 

Mahar 5, Franklin Tech 1 — Gavin Sullivan had it going on offense on Wednesday against the Eagles. 

Sullivan scored on a penalty kick with seven seconds remaining in the first half to open the scoring for the Senators. Mahar then tacked four goals on in the final 40 minutes to earn an independent win in Turners. 

Sullivan finished with a hat trick while Caleb Rodriguez and Dom Whitman also tallied for the Senators. Yovan Ovalle-Mejia scored on an assist from John Ramirez for Franklin Tech.

Hopkins 3, Pioneer 0 — Peter Loud made 15 saves as the Panthers fell to the Golden Hawks in Northfield on Wednesday. 

■ In middle school action, Nico Siano (2), Grayson Thomas and Cody Yetter all scored to lead Greenfield to a 5-1 win over Four Rivers. Frontier held on to beat Athol, 4-2. 

Girls soccer

Frontier 8, Renaissance 0 — Maddie Fagan and Josie Fosnot netted two goals apiece, and host Frontier breezed to an 8-0 victory in a Pioneer North girls soccer game on Wednesday.

The Redhawks (3-0-1, 3-0-1) led 4-0 at halftime. Anna Petrin scored a goal and assisted on three others, while Maddie Bennett (goal, assist), Jillian Worden (goal), Kylie Laford (goal) and Maggie McDermott (assist) all contributed offensively.

Frontier goalie Jazzy Hayes made four saves to pitch the shutout.

Golf

Palmer 13.5, Frontier 10.5 — Ryan Cetto fired a team-low 42 as the Redhawks fell to the Panthers at Cherry Hill on Wednesday. 

Addy Wood (44) and Gabe Solodky (49) each scored four points for Frontier. Alex Gochinski (48), Cam Skiffington (46) and Cae Allenby (48) closed out the Redhawk lineup. 

Greenfield 12.5, Turners 11.5 — Round three between the Green Wave and the Thunder went to Greenfield, who narrowly edged out a victory at Thomas Memorial on Tuesday. 

Dylan Archer carded a 42 in the No. 2 spot to earn four points for Greenfield. Johnny Marchefka (46) took two points in the No. 3 match, Matt Lavoine (48 scored 3.5 points in the No. 4 match and Preston Lafleur (49) earned 3.5 points in the No. 5 match to seal the win for the Green Wave. 

Joey Mosca finished as the match medalist with a 41, scoring four points in the No. 1 match while Darian Burnett (54) grabbed four points in the No. 6 match for Turners. Grady Deery (44) scored two points in the loss. 

Mohawk Trail 16, St. Mary’s 8 — Oliver Johnson carded a match-low 40 from the No. 5 spot, scoring four points for the Warriors to help propel them to a win at Edge Hill Golf Course on Wednesday. 

 Logan Moore and Douglas Wilcox each fired 47s to score four points while Gage Patenaude earned three points in the No. 4 spot with a 51 for Mohawk Trail. 

Deerfield scores

The Deerfield Academy boys soccer team came up with a 4-0 win over Suffield on Wednesday while Kaelin Creagh scored the lone  goal for the Big Green girls soccer team in a 3-1 loss to Westminster. 

DA’s field hockey team beat Pomfret, 7-0, while in boys water polo, the Big Green beat Loomis, 13-6. 

Late Tuesday results

Renaissance 4, Athol 3 — Antonio Carbone scored twice while Karim Thompson also found the back of the net as the Bears fell to Renaissance in Athol. 


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