Corduff’s 2nd straight 3-under paces Frontier on links

Staff Writer
Published: 9/28/2018 10:41:34 PM

Mikey Corduff shot three-under par for the second consecutive match and Frontier Regional School defeated both Mahar (24-0) and Northampton (22-2) in golf action Friday afternoon at Cherry Hill Golf Course in Amherst.

Corduff shot a 32 on the par-35 course and swept four points against each opponent. He has now been at par or better in each of his past five rounds and lowered his season average to 35½.

“Mikey is on a roll right now, he is playing really well,” Frontier coach Bill Fitzpatrick said of his No. 1 golfer.

Frontier had two other golfers finish under 40 and all six golfers finished under 50.

Bryan Baumann shot a 40 at No. 2 and took four points against Mahar and two points against Northampton. The rest of the Frontier golfers swept four points in both matches. Kyle Menard shot a 38 at No. 3, and Gunnar Moore shot a 34 at No. 4. Kalen Evans shot a 43 at No. 5, and Rowan Blair shot a 49 at No. 6.

Tucker Ninteau shot a 43 at No. 1 and was the medalist for Mahar.

Girls soccer

Frontier 7, McCann Tech 0 — Six players scored at least once on Friday and Frontier cruised past McCann Tech, 7-0, in an independent girls soccer game Friday in North Adams.

Natalie Denkiewicz found the back of the net twice in the first five minutes of play as Jenna Martin and Maddy Crocker picked up assists. Alena Maes-Polan, Sierra Warren and Claudia Rajbaillie each added goals in the first half to help Frontier build a 5-0 lead at the break. Jessica Wrisley, Cambrie Hamilton and Victoria Speth each had an assist in the opener 40 minutes.

Kaitlyn Mackin scored from Samantha Scanlon and Scanlon scored an unassisted goal after the break.

“It was nice to see some goals go into the net,” Frontier coach Phil Pittelli said. “This whole season the scoring has been spread around when we’ve been able to score. It helps out the morale of the team because everybody knows they can score and we are not just relying on Cambrie and Natalie.”

Amalie Joyce-Sullivan stopped two shots for the shutout as Frontier (4-3-0) won for the second straight game. Samantha Reynolds made five saves in the loss.

Mahar 7, Smith Voke 0 — Delaney Parker notched four goals on Friday and Mahar crushed Smith Voke, 7-0, in an independent girls’ soccer game in Orange.

Parker opened the scoring four minutes into the game on an assist from Lani DeDiego and she got her second of the game five minutes later on an assist from Tori Tenney. After Tenney scored on an assist from Parker with 19 left for a 3-0 advantage, Parker notched her hat trick goal two minutes later on an assist from Jeanne Grutchfield to put the Senators up 4-0 at halftime.

Parker scored her fourth of the game 13 minutes after halftime from Mollie Burke to complete her day. Amanda Calderon scored from Emma Currier, and Emma Savoy scored from Calderon later in the second half to complete the scoring.

Parker’s four goals and one assist on the day now give her 21 goals and five helpers on the season. Calderon’s two points were the first of the season for the senior. Mahar went 3-0 on the week and outscored its three opponents — Drury, Athol and Smith Voke — 17-1 in the span.

“It was a solid effort to complete a good week for us,” Mahar coach Chad Softic said. “We are continuing to get better and in shape for a stretch run. … Our fullbacks and (goalie Marie Nottleson) continue to be the strength of this team. I can’t say enough about Abby Bonk, Jazmyn Vautour, Jeanne Grutchfield and Lani DeDiego. They are so consistent.”

Nottleson made one save for the shutout.

Easthampton 7, Mohawk 0 — Francis Powers had two goals and one assist on Friday to lead Easthampton past Mohawk, 7-0, in an independent girls soccer game in Easthampton.

Malia Sands had two goals in the win, and Emily Landry finished with one goal and two assists. Abbie Coleman stopped three shots for the clean slate.

Amalie Rowehl finished with eight saves in the loss.

Athol 3, Greenfield 0 — Grace Dufour scored a hat trick on Friday and Athol put an end to Greenfield’s four-game winning streak with a 3-0 victory at O’Brien Field in Athol.

Dufour scored the lone goal of the first half in the 31st minute on an assist from Emma Bacigalupo. The two combined for the Red Raiders’ second goal of the game in the second half, and Dufour completed her hat trick and the scoring in the game on an assist from Ally Raymond.

“She’s a workhorse,” Athol coach Tim Cleveland said. “She wants to get to the front of the net and tonight she made three quality shots. When she got the ball on the outside she took advantage of her speed.”

Jenna St. Cyr finished with three saves for the shutout. Dina Samake made nine saves in the Green Wave (4-2) net.

FC Tech 1, Commerce 0 — Abi Corey scored on a penalty kick in the first half and Franklin Tech defeated Commerce, 1-0, in a Tri-County League girls soccer game Friday in Springfield.

Corey’s goal came in the first seven minutes of the game for the Eagles (3-4-1) and stood up as Emily Merritt made four saves for the shutout.

Sheileigh Martin made 12 saves in the loss.

Girls volleyball

Turners 3, E. Longmeadow 2 — Dabney Rollins served one final ace to end the fifth set on Friday night and Turners Falls persevered through five sets to knock off East Longmeadow, 25-17, 20-25, 25-19, 18-25, 20-18 in an independent girls volleyball match in East Longmeadow.

The Thunder (7-3) came back from a deficit in the fifth set, which included falling behind 18-17 but the team won three consecutive points, including a pair with Rollins at the service line. Rollins served an ace to close out the victory and she finished with three aces in the match to go along with a team-high 13 kills and one blocked shot.

“We were behind in the fifth set and we just kept battling back,” Turners coach Kelly Liimatainen said. “We fought right up until the end, which was great to see.”

Taylor Murphy collected eight kills, three blocks and two aces for the Thunder, and Lindsay Whiteman had eight digs and one ace.

Sci-Tech 3, FC Tech 0 — Summer Gaudreau finished with three aces, two kills, nine digs and one block but Franklin Tech fell to Sci-Tech, 25-21, 25-11, 25-22, in a Metro Division girls volleyball match Friday in Turners Falls.

Kelly Trudeau had five digs, two assists and one ace in the loss, and Renee Reed had one ace and three kills.

Field hockey

Frontier 3, West Springfield 0 — Olivia Vecellio scored twice on Friday and Frontier defeated West Springfield, 3-0, in an independent field hockey game in South Deerfield.

The Red Hawks (5-2-2) led 2-0 at halftime. Emily DeMaio scored once in the win, and Maeve Huit had the lone assist in the match. Frontier held a 12-0 edge in shots in the victory and Skyla Burniske did not have to make a save to record a the shutout.

Boys soccer

Westfield Tech 2, Greenfield 0 — Westfield Tech scored once in each half to get past Greenfield, 2-0, in an independent boys soccer game Friday in Westfield.

Adam Strycharz scored an unassisted goal 25 minutes into the game to send the Tigers into the break up 1-0. Phillip Lisyangy scored four minutes into the second half off an assist from Ruvim Vdovichenko for the second goal. Stephaun Nikiel stopped all five shots he faced to earn the shutout.

Alex Carballo made eight saves for the Green Wave, which fell to 1-6-0 on the season.

Pioneer 10, Duggan 0 — Noah Keith had two goals and one assist on Friday night as Pioneer dumped Duggan, 10-0, in independent boys soccer action in Northfield.

Felix Pruitt-Dahl had one goal and three assists in the win, and Jack Loud had one goal and two assists. Jacob Quinn had one goal and one assist, and Joel Emberley, Garrett Cote, Alex Taylor, Daniel Kang and Trey Fraser each scored once.

Gabe Norwood and Gabe Martinez each chipped in a helper, and Ryan Underwood (one save) and Peter Loud (three saves) combined on the shutout.

FIELD HOCKEY

Frontier 3, West Side 0

W. Springfield

0

0

0

Frontier

2

1

3

Goals: (F) Vecellio 2, DeMaio.

Assists: (F) Huit.

Shots: W. Springfield 0. Frontier 12.

Saves: (WS) Douglas 9. (F) Burniske 0.

Corners: W. Springfield 2. Frontier 6.

BOYS SOCCER

Westfield Tech 2, Greenfield 0

Greenfield

0

0

0

Westfield Tech

1

1

2

Goals: (WT) Strycharz, Lisyangy.

Assists: (WT) Vdovichenko.

Shots: Greenfield 5. Westfield Tech 10.

Saves: (G) Carballo 8. (WT) Nikiel 5.

Pioneer 10, Duggan 0

Duggan

0

0

0

Pioneer

6

4

10

Goals: (P) Keith 2, Quinn, Loud, Emberley, Pruitt-Dahl, Cote, Taylor, Kang, Fraser.

Assists: (P) Loud 2, Norwood, Pruitt-Dahl 3, Quinn, Keith, Martinez.

Saves: (D) n/a. (P) Underwood 1, Loud 3.

GIRLS SOCCER

Frontier 7, McCann Tech

Frontier

5

2

7

McCann

0

0

0

Goals: (F) Denkiewicz 2, Polan, Warren, Rajballie, Mackin, Scanlon.

Assists: (F) Martin, Crocker, Wrisley, Hamilton, Speth, Scanlon..

Shots: Frontier 18. McCann 4.

Saves: (F) Joyce-Sullivan 2. (M) Reynolds 5.

Mahar 7, Smith Voke 0

Smith Voke

0

0

0

Mahar

4

3

7

Goals: (M) Parker 4, Calderon, Tenney, Savoy.

Assists: (M) Tenney, Calderon, Parker, DeDiego, Grutchfield, Burke, Currier.

Shots: Smith 5. Mahar 34.

Saves: (SV) Hardy 16. (M) Nottleson 1.

Easthampton 7, Mohawk 0

Mohawk

0

0

0

Easthampton

4

3

7

Goals: (E) Powers 2, Sands 2, Landry, Perez, Pagoni.

Assists: (E) Landry 2, Powers, Hing, Scalabrini.

Shots: Mohawk 3. Easthampton 15.

Saves: (M) Rowehl 8. (E) Coleman 3.

Athol 3, Greenfield 0

Greenfield

0

0

0

Athol

1

2

3

Goals: (A) Dufour 3.

Assists: (A) Bacigalupo 2, Raymond.

Shots: Greenfield 4. Athol 16.

Saves: (G) Samake 9. (A) St. Cyr 3.

FC Tech 1, Commerce 0

FC Tech

1

0

1

Commerce

0

0

0

Goals: (FT) Corey.

Shots: FC Tech 13. Commerce 4.

Saves: (FT) Merritt 4. (C) Martin 12.


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