Northampton boys and girls track teams sweep Amherst

Published: 05/25/2021 12:50:45 AM

Northampton swept Amherst Regional on the track Monday at home. The Blue Devils’ women’s team beat the Hurricanes 102-43, while the men’s team beat the Hurricanes 86-54.

Adele Jordan was first in the long jump at 15ft, 4in, 100m hurdles in 17.6 seconds for the Blue Devils.

Quincy Biddle of Northampton won the 400 hurdles (68.3) and 800 (2: 28.7).

Kaiah Gregory was first in the 400 (62.8) and 200 (27.6) for the Blue Devils.

Grace Garmin of Amherst swept the disc (70-6) and the javelin (86-10).

In the boys meet, Riley Cole of Northampton won the mile (4: 34.1) and 800 (2: 05.2).

Amherst’s Savior Robinson took first place in the long jump (17.4) and the triple jump (27-10.5). Quinn Delea was first in the discus (102-08) and shot put (36-2.5) for the Hurricanes. Miguel Piñero-Jacome d’Amherst swept the 100 (11.6) and 200 (24.1).

Frontier 101, Mahar 38 – Jack Vecellio has won three events for the Redhawks men’s team.

He finished first in pole vault (13-3), 100 (11.4) and 400 hurdles (59.6).

Jackie Phong swept the shot put (42.95) and the discus (110-0). Jesse Kurkolonis won the javelin (127-9) and 110 hurdles (18.6).

Greenfield 108, Easthampton 30 – Giuseppe DeNucce-Simms won the disc (70-10) for the Eagles, while Lincoln Kane-Long dominated the shot put (24-9.5).

Lacrosse for boys

Minnechaug 11, South Hadley 3 – Caleb Bradley (assist), Caden Laramee and Brock Fitzell each found the net for the Tigers. Joe Cigal added an assist. Anthony Cigal made nine saves.

Chicopee Comp 7, Belchertown 6 – Owen Sedlacek had four assists and one goal for the Orioles in a home loss. Koy Monette and Griffin Weiss added two goals apiece. Dan Chrzanowski found the net once, while Jaden Wise added an assist. Matt Pacheco saved 11 shots.

Amherst 10, Agawam 9 – Tyler Borrell has contributed almost every Hurricanes totals with seven assists and two road goals.

Dom McDonald had four goals, while John Hanscom had a hat trick and an assist. Shire Thompson scored once and Skyler Ferro added an assist. Liam Johnson made eight saves.

Pope Francis 20, Northampton 7 – Yano Porter and Ryan O’Conner each had two goals and two assists for the Blue Devils.

Connor Tobin (assist), NIkolai Korza and Raphael Gomez-Thomas each found the net once. Vincent Fahey added an assist. Daniel Huntley of Northampton made 11 saves.

Girls tennis

Belchertown 4, Northampton 1 – The Orioles used their depth in a home win. Ava Shea of ​​Belchertown beat Camille Richmond 6-3, 7-5 at No. 2 in singles. Amber Drummond defeated Ursula Von Goeler 6-2, 1-6, 7-6 (7-2) at No.3 in singles.

Meagan Gilman and Olivia Vogel won 6-0, 6-1 at No.1 in doubles over Josie Kirley and Sarah Ryan. At No.2 in doubles, Kasey Gibbons and Brooke Burrows of Belchertown beat Lucy Bernhard and Leah Abel Waisman 6-3, 6-0.

Northampton’s Jeanne Mei Mangan Larouche won the Blue Devils point at No.1 in singles with a 6-1, 6-1 win over Natalie Nowakowski.

Amherst 4, Westfield 1 – The single-set wins propelled the Hurricanes. Lili Conrad in No.2 Singles and Rebekah Hong in No.3 Singles each won 6-0, 6-0. Conrad defeated Alyssa Soto, while Hong defeated Khristina Kukharchuk.

Amherst’s Sofia DaSilva-Askew held off Elizabeth Regnier 6-2, 6-0 in the No.1 singles.

At No.1 in doubles, Liza Pobezinskaya and Ava Carvel beat Angela Bongiovanni and Cayla Osowski 6-0, 6-3.

West Springfield 3, Holyoke 2 – Maeve Norton survived 6-4, 4-6, 7-6 (6) for the Purple Knights at No.1 in singles, and Keegan Kukuchka and Marcel Guzik of Holyoke beat Ghena Al Nuwab and Haya Al Nuwab at No.1 double.

Volleyball for boys

Ware 3, Belchertown 2 – Ty Bogdanovich had six kills and three aces as the Orioles lost 25-16, 26-28, 20-25, 25-13, 15-9 at home. Andrew Cowles added eight aces and three kills. Troy Pelletier distributed 15 assists and 5 aces. Connor White had four sand kill two aces.


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