Brady McDonald’s hat trick propels Northampton past Monson

Brady McDonald scored a hat trick, as the Northampton boys’ football team beat Monson 6-1 at home for their seventh straight victory.

Jimmy Galvin (assist), Sawyer Kirley and Alex Caldonaro also scored one goal each for Northampton.

The Blue Devils’ John Senn-McNally and Baruani Ngoy each provided two assists, and Ryland Breen added one.

Northampton’s Koa Klose saved two shots.

Hampshire 2, Chicopée 0 – Aidan Miklasiewicz started the scoring in the first half and Matt Solan added some confidence in the final 40 minutes as the Raiders shut out the Pacers 2-0 on Monday night.

Jesse Connors and Dan Martin collected assists for Hampshire, who led 1-0 at halftime. Elan Kuntz made four saves to get the shutout.

Granby 5, Greenfield 2 – Liam Brown scored two goals as the Rams went undefeated at 7-0.

Jonathan Santiago and Roman Bullock also found the net unassisted. Granby also took advantage of a goal against his camp in Greenfield.

Daniel Gauvin saved three shots.

Amherst 2, Longmeadow 2 – Goals from Carlson Rose and Arthur Vickery helped the Hurricanes draw the Lancers.

Hopkins 2, Renaissance 0 – Jared Venditti scored one goal in each half and the Hawks won a 2-0 victory Monday at Springfield.

Andrew Ciaglo assisted on both goals for Hopkins, who got five saves from goaltender Ryder Gallo O’Connell in the shutout win.

Holyoke 2, Center 1 – The Purple Knights rallied at home after the Golden Eagles took the lead just before half-time.

Braeden Lamirande scored the winner from a free kick with 50 seconds remaining.

Aidan Whitely tied Lamirande at 1 in the 65th minute.

PVCICS 7, Articles 1 – Gavin Gilburg completed a hat trick for the Dragons, while Teddy Scott, Owen Wallace and James Aas each found the net once. Robbie Hayes and James Scott (goal) collected two assists each, and Patrick Canavan-Gosselin added one. Abram Speek and Seb English each saved one shot for PVCICS.

Pathfinder 8, Professional Smith 0 – Race Drobiak repelled 20 shots, but the Vikings fell at home.

Smith Academy 8, Athol 1 – The Falcons scored three goals in the first seven minutes of a comfortable win. Cameron Graves had a hat trick in the first half. Garrett Willard had his first college goal and an assist, and Cody Brock scored his first college goal.

JJ Kroll and Ryan Belina scored their first college points with an assist each.

Riley Intrator contributed a goal and an assist for the Falcons.

Gateway 1, Taconic 0 – Preston Coffey stopped 15 shots for the Gators to keep a clean sheet.

Ryan Morin scored the Gateway winner in the first half.

Girls football

Easthampton 8, section 3 – The Eagles built a 7-0 halftime lead en route to the unbalanced victory.

Maria Belfakih managed a hat trick to punctuate the Easthampton offensive. Ana Growhowski and Caitlin Padeck scored two goals apiece, while Abigail McClaflin completed the scoring.

Belfakih and Growhowski recorded three assists each and Addison Barr made six saves.

Ware’s Riley Dulak scored all three goals for his team.

Border 5, Greenfield 0 – Frontier Girls football coach Phil Pittelli was hoping his team would throw more shots into the net.

His wish came true on Monday. The Redhawks scored two goals in the first half before scoring three at home in the second half to walk away with an independent 5-0 victory over host Greenfield. Four different Frontier players scored in the victory.

“It was a great team victory,” said Pittelli. “We had to find ways to score goals. We had the ball better, our passes were clear and we could create space. Hope they saw how successful they can be when they create this kind of space. Hope this can give us some confidence to move forward.

It only took the Redhawks nine minutes to light up the dashboard. Green Wave goalkeeper Makayla Valente made a save on a free kick from Frontier’s Hannah Mackin, but Makayla Santos was alert in the box and smashed the rebound to give Frontier the advantage. The Redhawks scored again in the 31st minute, with Jillian Worden taking a shot from outside the box that came out of Valente’s hands and into the goal to give Frontier a 2-0 lead before half-time. Kylie Laford had the assist on the game.

Worden scored her second goal of the game just two minutes into the second half, dribbling on a shot on a Madeline Bennett pass. Laford then put one in the back of the net in the 72nd minute thanks to an assist from Isabel Marrapese and Alena Maes-Polan closed the scoring two minutes later thanks to an assist from Marrapsese. Maes-Polan landed a shot just outside the right side of the box, knocking it off the left bar and ricocheting into the goal.

Border guard CC Green stopped all eight shots she faced.

Mount Everett 4, Hopkins 2 – The Eagles took a 3-0 halftime lead and held on.

Tia Fyden scored twice in the second half for Hopkins. Cassidy Fyden made 10 saves in front of the net.

St. Mary’s 1, Smith Vocational 0 – Maggie Lauder made 12 saves for the Vikings. Eliana Umankimura of the Saints scored the game-winning goal seven minutes from halftime.

Pioneer Regional 7, Gateway 0 – Vera Hollowell saved four shots and Shay Arnaldi added a save for the Gators.

Agawam 1, Hampshire 0 – Makena Rogalski recorded 15 saves in a solid outing between the pipes for the Raiders.

Agawam’s Kailey Butler scored the only goal of the game in the second half.

Amherst 1, Mahar 0 – Maddie Hockman continued to score goals in great moments, as she propelled the eventual win tally to lift the Canes ahead of Mahar, 1-0, in action Monday night at Orange.

Hockman broke a scoreless tie with 17:19 remaining in the second half.

Lily Gleason made five saves in goal to secure the shutout.

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