H.S. Roundup: Mohawk Trail girls volleyball sweeps Mahar

  • Elly Patnode helped power Mohawk Trail to a 3-0 sweep of Mahar in girls volleyball action Wednesday in Orange. Staff FILE Photo/Paul Franz

Staff Writer
Published: 4/7/2021 8:50:46 PM

Elly Patnode put down seven kills, dished out two assists and made two digs to lead the Mohawk Trail girls volleyball team to a 25-18, 25-18, 25-19 sweep of Mahar on Wednesday in Orange.

Palmer King had it going in the service station for the Warriors, scoring 13 aces to go along with three aces and a kill. Octavia Crawford added five assists, three aces and a kill in the winning effort.

Makayla Mathurin notched eight aces and a kill for the Senators, with Saylor Kegans finishing with three aces and kills. Keanna Thompson had five assists in the loss.

Greenfield 3, Athol 0 — The host Green Wave earned a close 25-19 victory in the first set and rode that momentum to a 3-0 victory over the Bears on Wednesday. 

“We struggled today,” Athol coach Donna Lajoie said. “We couldn’t get any momentum going.”

Greenfield came out strong in the second set to take a 25-9 victory and closed out the match with a 25-17 triumph.

Karisma Santana had a monster match offensively for the Green Wave, finishing with 11 kills and six aces. Cassie Mattei added five kills and six aces while Korynne Callahan had four kills and six aces. Aisha Pruitt-Dahl was the distributor, tossing eight assists to go along with two aces and three digs.

Kate Mahan and Maddy Kennedy each had three kills for the Bears. Alma White had two kills while Lindsey LeBlanc and Lexi Forte each had three assists.

Frontier 3, Franklin Tech 0 — Olivia Deane did a little bit of everything for the Red Hawks on Wednesday, smashing three kills to go along with four aces, three digs and five assists to propel Frontier to a 25-17, 25-15, 25-12 sweep of the Eagles at Goodnow Gymnasium.

Multiple Red Hawks made an impact on the offensive end, with Caroline Deane and Charlotte Doulette also recording three kills. Lilah Evans added five kills and four aces.

Olivia Rosewarne set the offense up for the Red Hawks, finishing with 14 assists.

Mackenzie Martel was a force on the defensive side for Franklin Tech, making 12 digs. Renee Reed had three assists and four digs, Emily Ryan had three kills and Lillian Poirier had four assists and three digs in the loss.

Turners 3, Pioneer 0 — Taylor Greene’s 13-assist, six-ace performance helped power the host Thunder to a 25-15, 25-7, 25-12 triumph over the Panthers on Wednesday.

Madi Liimatainen had six kills and four aces for Turners. Emily Young scored three kills and two aces and Steph Peterson added seven aces and a kill in the win.

Lily Faille had 11 aces from the service station and two kills for Pioneer, with Caoilinn Lounder recording two aces and three digs. 

Boys soccer

Frontier 5, Greenfield 0 — Five different Red Hawks found the back of the net to earn Frontier a 5-0 victory on the road against the Green Wave on Wednesday.

Devin Niles and Brady Burch tickled the twine for the Red Hawks in the first half, with Aidan Valderrama picking up an assist on Niles’ strike and Gates Tuttle grabbing the assist on Burch’s goal.

Patrick Boyden got the scoring going for Frontier in the second half off an assist from Dwight Balk. Cairn Bright followed with an unassisted goal, weaving his way through the Greenfield defense before rifling a shot into the goal.

Tanner Finch had the final tally of the game, scoring with one minute to play off an assist from Bright.

Alex Carballo had a big day in goal for the Green Wave, coming up with 15 saves. Adan Hernandez stopped five shots playing the game’s first 60 minutes for the Red Hawks, with Owen Babb taking over for the final 20 minutes and stopping a pair of shots.




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