HUNTINGTON – Fall often brings changes to the season in the northeast, but one thing never changes in Huntington – the stability of the Gateway Regional High School girls’ soccer team.
Gateway remains unbeaten at the quarter mark of the 2016 season at 3-0-1 following its latest victory, a 5-1 win over visiting Renaissance Wednesday.
The story of the game was Jessica van Heynigen. The junior forward recorded a hat trick and assisted on another goal as unbeaten Gateway rolled at home.
Sam Belardo (assist) and Kendyll Wing scored one goal apiece for Gateway. Gators’ Ava Auclair also had an assist.
Gateway goalies Becca Herman and Donna Viel combined for two saves.
HCSS shuts out Tigers
Hampden Charter School of Science 6, Westfield Technical Academy 0
Diana Solokhina made 20 saves in net for Westfield Tech.
Of course, Towle superb on course
Westfield 164, Ludlow 167
Senior captain Ryan Towle had a fantastic outing on the links, shooting an even-par 36 at Westover Golf Course.
Westfield improved to 4-0 overall, 2-0 league.
Willenborg leads way
St. Mary 8, Turners Falls 8
St. Mary’s Luke Willenborg medaled with a 42 at Tekoa Country Club. Andrew Florek picked up a key 2.5 points at the second spot to force a tie.
Rams road warriors
Southwick def. Smith Voke, 25-19, 22-25, 25-23, 25-18
Emily Lachtara (10 digs, 3 kills, 1 ace), McKinley White (9 kills, 2 aces, 1 block), and Caroline Methe (9 aces, 8 assists, 5 digs) paved the way for a Southwick road win.
A Purple Knight
Holyoke 2, Southwick 1
Katie Keane had a big hand in defeating Southwick, scoring one goal and assisting on the other.
Alyssa Pompi scored the lone Southwick goal. Emma Barnard assisted on the play.
Rams’ goalie Sarah Power finished with 16 saves.