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RECORDER – HIGH SCHOOLS: Northampton Hockey scores early to beat Mahar (Photos)

RECORDER – HIGH SCHOOLS: Northampton Hockey scores early to beat Mahar (Photos)

The Mahar field hockey team was unable to overcome an early deficit in Northampton on Monday.

The Blue Devils scored twice in the second quarter off the sticks of Lan Dittenber and Haley Doucette-Kaplan to take a 2-0 lead into the first period.

The Senators cut the deficit to 2-1 with 10:54 to play after Irati Martinez hit a rebound but Northampton added two goals before the final buzzer while Mahar was unable to get another shot past Blue Devil goaltender Charlotte Johnson-Mersac, with the fall The Senators are 4-1 in Valley League play in Northampton.

Zoe Woodard blocked nine shots for Mahar.

Franklin Tech 5, Holyoke 0 — Kate Trudeau finished with four goals as the Eagles beat the Purple Knights in Holyoke on Monday.

Hannah Gilbert added a goal while Cameron Jack and Mackenzie Sordevi-Phelps each had an assist for Franklin Tech. Madison Markwell made 13 saves in the win.

Longmeadow 4, Border 1 — Ashley Taylor scored on a penalty kick for the RedHawks’ lone goal in a Suburban League loss to the Lancers in South Deerfield on Monday.

Kiera Richards stopped 10 shots on Frontier’s goal.

Minishog 2, Greenfield 0 — The Falcons scored twice in the first half to come away with a Suburban League win over the visiting Green Wave on Monday.

Ainsley Flynn made 13 saves against Greenfield.

Westfield 2, Turner 0 – The Bombers scored in the first and fourth quarters to beat the visiting Thunder in a Valley League contest on Monday.

Conner Herzig made seven saves for Turner.

Boys football

Frontier 5, Chicopee Comp 2 — Nico Fasullo scored a hat trick while Roscoe Palmer and Erik Larsson netted for the Redhawks in an independent win over the Colts in South Deerfield on Monday.

Gus Radner and Chanmin Son had two assists while Owen Babb made six saves in the win.

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Greenfield 2, Hopkins 1 — The Green Wave took two second-half penalties and buried them, lifting them to a Schmid League victory over the Golden Hawks in Greenfield on Monday.

Jack Lowry made the first PK in the 52nd minute to give Greenfield a 1-0 lead. Ryder Gallo O’Connell scored for Hopkins in the 60th minute, but Jacob Blanchard converted a penalty kick in the 68th minute to give the Green Wave the win. Liam Graeme-Lawson made six saves on Greenfield’s goal.

Smith Academy 5, Pioneer 1 — Cameron Greaves scored a hat-trick for the Falcons in a Schmid League win over the Panthers at Northfield on Monday.

Ben Hodzik and Harrison Laflamme also scored for Smith Academy while Curt Rediker scored the only goal for Pioneer.

Maher 4, Lennox 1 — Dom Whitman scored twice while Sam Connors and Jackson Archambault found the back of the net for the Senators in their Moriarty League win over the Orange Millionaires on Monday.

Alex Dowler, Connors and Whitman each had an assist while Tristan Jagg made five saves for Maher.

Turner 2, Southwick 1 — Aras Wells and Moses Bourais each scored an unassisted goal for the Thunder to earn a road win over the Rams on Monday.

Hampden Charter East 4, Franklin Tech 2 — Hampden Charter scored twice in the first half and added two in the second half to beat the Eagles in Turners on Monday.

Soren Marin and Jacques Jancarz scored for the Eagles, while Lucas Jadway had an assist.

Girls football

Greenfield 6, Pathfinder 1 — The Green Wave took a 1-0 lead into the first period before exploding for five goals in the second period — three from Mia Snedeker to give them a hat-trick and two goals from Tayler Bergeron — to lift Greenfield to a Bi-County League win Monday in Greenfield.

Carly Blanchard scored in the first period for the Green Wave while assisting on Bergeron’s goal in the second period. Annie Kobylianski made 11 saves in the win.

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Franklin Tech 0, Smith Fock 0 — Kylie Gamache made 15 big saves for the Eagles in a 0-0 independent game against the Vikings in Northampton on Monday.


Frontier 3, Westfield 0 — After falling to the Bombers in five sets the first time around, the Redhawks responded with a 25-16, 25-14, 25-22 win over Westfield in Eastern League action at Goodnow Gymnasium on Monday.

Carolyn Dean finished with nine kills and one ace, Gabby Adams had seven kills, Emily Candelaria had four kills and three aces while Allie Pierce dished out 22 assists for Frontier.

Hampden Charter East 3, Maher 0 — Madeline Burgess finished with seven aces, three kills and five assists for the Saints in a 25-17, 25-23, 25-20 Independent loss at Hampden Charter East on Monday.

Mia Santana finished with five aces, three digs and one dig, Scarleth Aranda LeBron had three aces while Hayden Comeau had eight aces and five digs for Mahar.


Frontier 182, Ware 203 — Ryan Cito (42), Cam Skeffington (44), Gabe Solodky (46) and Kade Allenby (50) scored for the RedHawks in a win over Ware on Monday at Cold Springs Country Club.

Greenfield 192, Easthampton 212 — Johnny Marchevka led the way with 42 to help the Green Wave earn a Bi-County East win over the Eagles at Holyoke Country Club on Monday.

Preston LaFleur (49), Conner Bergeron (50) and Michael Pierce (51) also scored for Greenfield in the win.

Mohawk Trail 178, SICS 239 — Logan Moore shot a 41 while Phineas Totman shot a 42 to lift the Warriors to a win over the Bulldogs at Veterans Golf Course on Monday.

Doug Wilcox (47) and Dejan Kelleher (48) completed the scoring for Mohawk Trail.

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Weekend results


Melrose 3, Border 2 — The Redhawks took Melrose — the No. 3 ranked team in Division 2 — to five sets on Saturday but couldn’t come away with a win in that final set, falling 26-24, 23-25, 27-25, 24-26, 15-6. On Melrose.

“It was a very close, competitive game,” Frontier coach Sean McDonald said. “We had some chances in the first and third periods, but we made some back-to-back errors that eventually slipped away from us. Melrose also has a 6-foot-5 middle blocker that gave us a lot of problems for our hitters at the net. I think both teams improved today.” That’s why we set a timetable for them.

Carolyn Dean led the way with 16 kills and six aces for the Redhawks. Gabby Adams recorded 10 kills and two aces, Olivia Machon had eight aces and five kills, Kate DeMaio had seven kills and two digs while Allie Pierce dished out 34 assists in the loss.

Ware 3, Athol 0 — Alma White finished with four kills, 12 assists and 10 aces for the Bears in a 25-20, 25-18, 26-24 loss to Ware at Mallet Gymnasium on Saturday.

Anna Duckett recorded four kills, two digs and one assist while Lani Florentino and Gianna Vaillancourt each had three assists and one kill for Athol.

Deerfield results

Here are Deerfield Academy’s results from Saturday: Football defeated Brunswick (26-17), Hockey defeated Phillips Exeter (3-2), Boys Soccer defeated Kent (4-0), Boys Soccer defeated Pomfret ( 4-2) while the boys water polo achieved a victory over St. John’s Prep (14-5). The DA Boys Cross Country Team placed first and the Girls Cross Country Team placed third at the NMH Invitational.

On Friday, the Green Volleyball team defeated NMH, 3-0.