High schools: Mohawk Trail Regional boys soccer cruises past Duggan Academy

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  • Mohawk’s Reuben Bassett (23) advances with Duggan Academy Jayden Daniels in pursuit in Buckland on Monday. Staff Photo/PAUL FRANZ

  • Mohawk Rueben Bassett (23) scores past Duggan Academy goalie Juan DeJesus in Buckland on Monday. Staff Photo/PAUL FRANZ

  • Mohawk’s Oscar Cassin (19) chips in a goal vs Duggan Academy in Buckland on Monday. Staff Photo/PAUL FRANZ

  • Mohawk’s Mike Ramsdell (35) advances the ball against Duggan Academy’s David Barber in Buckland on Monday. Staff Photo/PAUL FRANZ

  • Mohawk’s Keeman Ramairez (left) challenges Duggan Academy’s Chris Mazariegos Perez in Buckland on Monday. Staff Photo/PAUL FRANZ

Published: 9/23/2019 9:49:25 PM

The Mohawk Trail Regional boys soccer team was nearly unstoppable early against Duggan Academy on Monday.

The Warriors scored seven goals in the first 22 minutes, leading to a 9-1 blowout in an independent match played in Buckland.

Keeman Ramirez opened the scoring for the Warriors, scoring in both the third and fifth minute.

Rosco Palmer added to the lead in the 10th minute, followed by a score one minute later off the leg of Jaime Colemenjaro.

Tyler Dubreuil got in on the scoring action in the 18th minute before Oscar Cassin added a goal in the 21st minute and Weston DenOuden found the back of the net in the 22nd minute.

“They’re a really young team,” Mohawk coach Nick Brown said of Duggan. “They had a hard time keeping up with our quick attack. We have a lot of speed up front.”

In the second half, Cassin scored in the 56th minute and starting goalie Reuben Bassett scored in the 61st minute to complete the high-scoring game.

Ramirez picked up three assists to go along with the two goals, with Brown taking notice of the strides he has made offensively as the season’s played out.

“He had a really good outing,” Brown said. “He’s starting to find his place right now. Last game he had two goals, so he’s been really finding that area and his position and making his shots and passes count.”

Holyoke 1, Frontier Regional 0 – The Red Hawks fell to the Purple Knights in a Moriarty Division game played in Holyoke.

The lone Purple Knight goal came in the third minute off the foot of Marcus Tenesaca, as neither team found the back of the net for the remainder of the 77 minutes.

Nick Jarvis made six saves for the Red Hawks.

“We weren’t ready to play,” Red Hawk coach Evan Horton said. “We don’t show up in the beginning of games, get scored on in the first 10 minutes and it’s over from there. That’s been our season.”

Field Hockey

Frontier suffers first loss of 2019

Taking on perennial western Massachusetts powerhouse Longmeadow, Frontier dropped its first game of the season, 8-0, in an independent match played in Longmeadow.

The Lancers opened up with four goals in the first half, putting 33 shots on goal in the contest to the Red Hawks’ two.

Splitting time in the cage, Ella Flanders made 13 saves and Amanda Fuller made 12 in the loss.

“We did some nice things,” Frontier coach Missy Mahar said, “but for the majority of the game we were outmatched.”

Girls Soccer

Reed and Marin erupt for Green Wave

Kristina Reed and Victoria Marin both had hat tricks and Eva Pruitt-Dahl had a goal and three assists in Greenfield’s 9-1 win over Franklin Tech in a Pioneer South match played in Turners.

The Green Wave had three goals in the first half before a six-goal eruption in the final 40 minutes.

Elizabeth Trudeau and Emma Savoy also scored in the win, while Jenna Thebeau had the lone Eagle goal.

Ware 6, Athol 1 — The Red Raiders fell at home to the Indians in Pioneer North play.

Emma Bacigalupo scored on an assist from Ally Raymond in the first half for Athol.

Haley Wrigley made nine saves.

Pioneer 3, Smith Vocational 1 — Paige Loughman scored a pair of goals as the Panthers raced past the Vikings in a Pioneer South game played in Northampton.

The Panthers out-possessed Smith for the majority of the contest, with Loughman finally putting Pioneer on the scoreboard in the 16th minute off an assist from Azemina Cecunjanin.

After being shutout the rest of the half, the Panthers struck twice in the first 10 minutes of the second half. The first came off the foot of Sarah Johnson on a pass from Charlotte Kahler just two minutes into the half, and five minutes later, Loughman scored again off an assist from Johnson to make it a 3-0 game.

Anna Picard made eight saves for the Panthers.

Golf

Franklin Tech dominates in Springfield

Mike McGoldrick shot a match-low 37 from the No. 2 spot as Franklin Tech earned a 20.5-3.5 win over Sabis in a Bi-County West match played at the Veteran Memorial Golf Course in Springfield.

Franklin Tech won five of the six matchups, with Alex Sulda shooting a 45 to win the No. 1 spot, Anthony Zager shooting a 41 in the No. 3 spot, Jacob Shaw shooting a 51 in the No. 5 spot and Nate Sciandra picking up a win in the No. 6 spot after finishing with a 46.

Frontier Regional 22.5, Mahar 1.5 — Mikey Corduff’s 39 led the way for the Red Hawks in a win over the Senators at Ellinwood Country Club.

Tucker Ninteau shot a 42, losing to Corduff at the No. 1 spot (3.5-0.5).

Alex Gochinski had the next best round for the Red Hawks, winning at No. 3 with a 47.

Girls Volleyball

Eagles find win column

After a tough start to the season, the Franklin Tech volleyball team earned its first win on Monday, topping Smith Voke, 3-1, in a Metro League game played in Northampton.

The Eagles opened with a 25-18 win in set one before taking the second set, 25-20.

The Vikings fought back to win the third set, 25-19, but Franklin Tech closed out the match in the fourth set with a 25-14 victory.

“It’s a relief on everyone’s part,” Eagles coach Jade Cuevas said. “Our communication was good, our serving was tough and they were hitting the ball and passing well. Everything is starting to connect little by little.”

Renee Reed led the way with five aces, three digs, six assists, one kill and one block in the win.

Mackenzie Martel added two aces, five digs, three kills and two assists for the Eagles, while Emily Ryan had five aces and five kills, and Maggie Charlton had three aces, two digs and four kills.

Pioneer 3, Mohawk 2 — Trailing 2-1 heading into the fourth set, Pioneer knew it had to step it up a level to earn its first win of the year, taking on Mohawk in an Northern League match in Buckland.

The Panthers fought to take the fourth set, 25-19, forcing a fifth and final set, which they won, 15-10.

“It feels great,” Pioneer co-coach Kathy Malsh said. “We told them to remember what this feels like so we can do this again.”

“We battled back,” co-coach Claire Brennan said. “We told them they had to dig deep and keep the unforced errors out.”

Pioneer won the opening set, 25-22, before Mohawk won sets two and three, 25-23 and 25-13.

Abigail Briggs had six aces, a kill and a dig in the win, while Lillian Faille added four aces and two kills, and Emily Tibbetts had four aces and two digs.

Freshman Olivia Hammond came on just to serve, and stepped up with a pair of aces.

For Mohawk, Octavia Crawford had three kills, seven assists, one dig and six aces, Elly Patnode had a trio of kills and digs and six aces, and Hannah Plesnar had six kills and seven aces.

Turners 3, Mahar 0 — The Thunder came out strong early, earning a 25-12, 25-13, 25-22 sweep of Mahar in a Northern League match played in Turners.

Hailie Meeker had three kills and an ace for the Senators in the loss, while Madison Harrington had a pair of assists and five aces, while Deanna Smith also had five aces.

Hailey Bogusz had six aces and seven kills for the Thunder.

Dabney Rollins added six aces and four kills while Stephanie Peterson chipped in with five aces.

Athol 3, Greenfield 0 — The Red Raiders shut out the Green Wave at home 25-16, 25-16 and 25-19.

Lexi Carrasquillo had 13 kills while Lexi Forte led Athol with 17 assists.

Shaelynn Doherty chipped in with five kills, two aces and eight digs for the Red Raiders.

Gianna Conte had six digs and five aces for the Wave.

Korynne Callahan topped the Wave with four kills.

BOYS SOCCER

Mohawk 9, Duggan 1

Duggan

0

1

1

Mohawk

7

2

9

Goals: (D) Laviolette. (M) Ramirez (2), Palmer, Colemenjaro, Dubreuil, Cassin (2), DenOuden, Bassett.

Assists: (D) Diaz. (M) Palmer, Dubreuil (2), Ramirez (3), Cassin, Ramsdell, .

Saves: (D) Cruz 4. (M) Bassett 3, Palmer 4.

Holyoke 1, Frontier 0

Frontier

0

0

0

Holyoke

1

0

1

Goals: (H) Tenesaca.

Saves: (F) Jarvis 6. (H) Pellerin 5.

GIRLS SOCCER

Ware 6, Athol 1

Athol

1

0

0

Ware

3

3

6

Goals: (A) Bacigalupo (W) Hess 2, Davis 2, Bell 2 .

Assists: (A) Raymond (W) Bell, Hess, Duguay 2 .

Saves: (A) Wrigley 1 (W) Haymond 2.

Mahar 4, Easthampton 0

Easthampton

0

0

0

Mahar

3

1

4

Goals: (M) Bernard 2, Parker, Fitzgerald

Assists: (M) Bernard, Parker

Saves: (E) Coleman 13. (M) Lloyd 8.

Greenfield 9, Franklin Tech 1

Greenfield

3

6

9

Franklin Tech

0

1

1

Goals: (G) Marin (3), Reed (3), Trudeau, Pruitt-Dahl, Savoy. (FT) Thebeau.

Assists: (G) Marin, Pruitt-Dahl (3), Samake, Lavoine, Mihailicenco.

Saves: (G) Samake 0. (FT) Merritt 16.

Pioneer 3, Smith Voke 1

Pioneer

1

2

3

Smith Voke

0

1

1

Goals: (P) Loughman (2), Johnson. (SV) Sherman.

Assists: (P) Cecunjanin, Kahler, Johnson. (SV) Bryant.

Saves: (P) Picard 8. (SV) Stone, Pause 11.

FIELD HOCKEY

Longmeadow 8, Frontier 0

Frontier

0

0

0

Longmeadow

4

4

8

Goals: (F) . (L) Barron, Sabitini (2), Cunningham, Frank (2), Chamberland, Yorns.

Assists: (F) . (L) Barron, Cunningham, Sabattini, Chamberland. Yorns.

Shots: Frontier 2. Longmeadow 33.

Saves: (F) Flanders 12, Fuller 13. (L) Catelyn W. 2.

Corners: Frontier 3. Longmeadow 16.


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