Cote’s 41 leads Wave past Turners

  • Greenfield's Gabe LaRouche tees off on the first hole Thursday against Turners Falls at Thomas Memorial Golf Course in Turners Falls. Staff/Dan Little

  • Turners Falls' Alex Sulda tees off on the first hole Thursday against Greenfield at Thomas Memorial Golf Course in Turners Falls. Staff/Dan Little

  • Greenfield’s Camden Baird tees off on the first hole Thursday against Turners Falls at Thomas Memorial Golf Course in Turners Falls. Staff/Dan Little

  • Turners Falls’ Tyler Noyes tees off on the first hole Thursday against Greenfield at Thomas Memorial Golf Course in Turners Falls. Staff/Dan Little

Staff Writers
Published: 9/20/2018 11:24:46 PM

Behind a strong performance at the top of the lineup from medalist Ryan Cote, Greenfield High School captured a convincing 18-6 win over rival Turners Falls in a Bi-County East golf match Thursday afternoon at Thomas Memorial Golf & Country Club in Turners Falls.

Cote shot 41 to sweep all four points in his match at No. 1 against Turners’ Brady Booska, who carded a 48 to help the Thunder (2-2 overall, 2-2 West).

Greenfield (4-1, 4-1) received a 42 and four points at No. 2 from Gabe Larouche, while Cam Baird played very well at No. 6 with a round of 46 to win four more points in the bottom spot. Danny Provost had a 50 to score three points at No. 5, and Hunter Roberts won two points in his match at No. 3 behind a 49.

Alex Sulda had the low round of the day for Turners at No. 4, where he won three points after firing a 46. Joey Mosca also broke 50 for the Thunder at No. 3, where he won two points with a 49.

FC Tech 13, Mohawk 11 — Match medalist Mike McGoldrick won three points in the No. 1 spot, and defending Bi-County West champion Franklin Tech survived a tough challenge from Mohawk, 13-11, Thursday at Edge Hill Golf Course in Shelburne Falls.

McGoldrick shot 45 to lead the way for the Eagles, which improved to 3-0 overall and 3-0 in the league with the victory. The bottom of the Franklin Tech lineup combined for seven points, with Ryan Artus taking three points at No. 5 (61) and Anthony Zager earning four points at No. 6 (55).

Ben Thompson scored 3½ points for Mohawk (3-2, 3-1) at No. 4 with an impressive 48. Triston LaCross and Will Guyette each shot 47 in the top two spots for the Warriors, with Andy Robertson winning three points at No. 3 thanks to a 49.

Nate Pelletier shot 49 at No. 2 for the Eagles. 

Field hockey

Greenfield 5, West Springfield 1 — Audrey Bresciano had one goal and two assists to celebrate her birthday and Greenfield defeated West Springfield, 5-1, in Valley League field hockey action Thursday night at Clark Field in West Springfield.

The Green Wave (4-0-0) led 3-0 at halftime. Raegan Hickey, who became the first-ever player to hit 100 goals at GHS her last time out, added to her career numbers with two more goals on Thursday. Racquel Provost had one goal and one assist, and eighth-grader Lillia Kachelmeyer notched her first-ever varsity goal for the Green Wave. Mady Kuchieski and Katie Haselton each chipped in with an assist.

Madison Dover scored in the second half for West Springfield. 

Samantha Smith made five saves in the Green Wave goal. Andra Fleury stopped 12 shots in the loss.

Frontier 0, Northampton 0 — Skyla Burniske recorded a pair of saves in net, helping Frontier to a 0-0 draw with Northampton in an independent field hockey game Thursday afternoon in Northampton.

The Red Hawks (3-0-2) held a 9-2 advantage in shots on goal, while Northampton had a 4-3 edge in corners.

Frontier looks to stay unbeaten today with a tough home game against Agawam.

Girls volleyball

Frontier 3, West Springfield 0 — Another match, another sweep for the Frontier volleyball team.

The Red Hawks survived a tight opening set and knocked off West Springfield, 25-22, 25-19, 25-17, in an independent match Thursday night in West Springfield.

Lauren Davenport amassed 10 kills and 7 aces, tops on the team in both categories, to help Frontier improve to 7-0 on the season. Olivia Deane and Reilly Isler each had 4 aces, while Sarah Zoly and Ashley Telega had 3 aces apiece.

Deane added 6 kills and Telega tossed in 3, while Morgan Martineau, Hailey Orloski and Elizabeth Fuqua tallied two each. Fuqua finished with 14 assists, and Olivia Rosewarne totaled 7 assists.

Deane’s big all-around night continued with a team-high 8 digs. Isler contributed 6 digs with Davenport adding 5.

Frontier heads to play defending MIAA Div. II state champion Westborough tonight in another independent road tilt at 6:15.

Frontier 0, Northampton 0

Frontier

0

0

0

Northampton

0

0

0

Shots: Frontier 9. Northampton 2.

Saves: (F) Burniske 2. (N) Moreau 9.

Corners: Frontier 3. Northampton 4.

Greenfield 5, W. Springfield 1

Greenfield

3

2

5

West Side

0

1

1

Goals: (G) Hickey 2, Provost, Bresciano, Kachelmeyer. (WS) Dover.

Assists: (G) Bresciano 2, Provost, Kuchieski, Haselton.

Shots: Greenfield 17. West Side 6.

Saves: (G) Smith 5. (WS) Fleury 12.

Corners: Greenfield 7. West Side 2.




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