H.S. Roundup: Franklin Tech scores early and often in win over Hampden Charter (PHOTOS)

  • Franklin Tech's Sam Lashtur dribbles the ball up the sideline during the first half against Hampden Charter on Thursday in Turners. STAFF PHOTO/THOMAS JOHNSTON

  • Franklin Tech's David Klempner-Siano taps the ball toward goal during the first half against Hampden Charter on Thursday in Turners. STAFF PHOTO/THOMAS JOHNSTON

  • Franklin Tech's Noah Kolodziej steals the ball from Hampden Charter's Nelson Torres on Thursday in Turners. STAFF PHOTO/THOMAS JOHNSTON

  • The Franklin Tech boys soccer team huddles around coach Kurt Richardson on Thursday before a game against Hampden Charter. STAFF PHOTO/THOMAS JOHNSTON

  • Frontier’s Hanah Mackin carries the ball up the field against Holyoke during a girls soccer game at Holyoke on Thursday. STAFF PHOTO / KYLE GRABOWSKI

  • Frontier’s Molly Gates and Holyoke’s Jaylene Moquin battle for the during a girls soccer game at Holyoke on Thursday. STAFF PHOTO / KYLE GRABOWSKI

  • Holyoke’s Emma Shoup and Frontier Regional’s Anna Petrin battle for the ball during a girls soccer game at Holyoke on Thursday. STAFF PHOTO / KYLE GRABOWSKI

Staff Reports
Published: 9/22/2022 8:51:38 PM

The goals came early and often for the Franklin Tech boys soccer team on Thursday against Hampden Charter. 

Sam Lashtur got things going with a goal in the first minute for the Eagles and the goals kept coming from there, with Franklin Tech ripping off four goals in the opening 20 minutes and building an 8-0 lead at the half. 

The Eagles tallied five more times in the final 40 minutes of action to run away with a 13-3 Tri-County League victory in Turners. 

David Klempner-Siano had a hat trick at the half while Colin Adams (2), John Santiago and Lashtur (2) had the first half tallies for Franklin Tech while Klempner, Noah Kolodziej, Lashtur (3) and Kainen Stevens picked up the assists. 

Lashtur, Yolvan Ovalle-Mejia, Kolodziej, Santiago and Wesley Berduga had the second half goals for the Eagles, with Adams, Jaxon Kotright-Clark and Cam Bashaw recording assists. 

Frontier 5, Mahar 0 — Nico Fasula scored in the second minute off a dish from Fernando Saravia and it was all Frontier from that point on, as the Redhawks earned a 5-0 win in South Deerfield on Thursday. 

Aidan Valderrama scored on a penalty kick in the fourth minute before Chanhee Son tallied off a pass from Saravia and Kaisac Yath scored off an assist from Brady Burch to give the Redhawks a 4-0 lead at the half. 

Diego Frazier scored off a pass from Chanmin Son in the second half to close out the Frontier scoring. Owen Babb made one save while Nico Lorantos stopped three shots in the win. Tristan Gaj made seven saves and Mitchell Krasco added five saves for the Senators. 

Academy of Charlemont 3, St. Michaels 2 — Ole Brenizer, Casey Bestler and Nico Zendejas Solis scored for Charlemont in a win on Thursday. 

Girls soccer

Frontier 1, Holyoke 0 — Maddie Bennett had the lone tally of the contest, scoring in the first half, to lift the Redhawks to a Pioneer North victory in Holyoke on Thursday. 

Jazzy Hayes made eight saves in the shutout for Frontier while Jayvah Stuckey stopped five shots for the Purple Knights. 

St. Mary’s 9, Franklin Tech 0 — Emma Goodreau tallied five goals for the Saints, who came up with a Bi-County League win over the Eagles in Westfield on Thursday. 

Macy Woodger had a ha t trick while Meredith Williams also found the back  of the net for St. Mary’s. Kylee Gamache made 16 saves while Sophia Moreno, Jill Crowningshield and Anne Kolodziej played well in the loss. 

Mt. Greylock 2, Mahar 0 — Molly Sullivan and Maggie Brody had the goals for the Mounties as the Senators fell on the road in a Grieve League game on Thursday. 

Astha Bernard stopped 19  shots in the loss. 

Mt. Everett 3, Pioneer 0 — Emily Steuernagle had a hat trick for the Eagles in a win over the visiting Panthers on Thursday. 

Field hockey

Turners 3, Mahar 0 — The offense came to life for the Thunder in the third quarter on Thursday against the visiting Senators. 

The game was scoreless at the half before Brooke Thayer broke the tie off an assist from Alex Quezada to open the third. Ledwin Villafona then scored twice to close out the frame to lead Turners to a 3-0 Valley League victory. 

Quezada and Thayer had  the assists on Villafona’s tallies. Ele Bartalon made four saves in the win while Isabella Bisceglia made 13 saves for Mahar in the loss. 


Greenfield 3, Pioneer 2 — It took five sets to determine a winner in Northfield on Thursday, with the Green Wave winning the final one to earn a 3-2 Northern League triumph. 

Rachel Dodge dished 10 assists and added nine aces and three kills, Mackenzie Goncalves had seven kills and three aces while Karisma Santana put down four kills and 11 aces for Greenfield in the win. 

Addie Harrington recorded 15 aces and five assists, Brayleigh Burgh had five aces, two kills and a dig, Olivia Hammond tallied five aces and a kill and Avery Johnson had an ace, three kills, two blocks and five digs in the loss. 

Wahconah 3, Athol 0 — The Bears were unable to end the Warriors’ unbeaten streak on Thursday, falling 25-17, 25-15, 25-15 in Athol. 

Laney Florentino put down three kills and dished four assists, Olivia Mayer smashed three kills, Alma White tossed five assists and added a pair of aces and kills while Alyssa Logan had two aces, two kills and made 22 digs for the Bears. 

■ Wahconah JV beat Athol, 2-1. 


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