The Recorder – HS Track, Tennis, Volleyball: Frontier track wins pair of Intercounty League titles

Published: 5/17/2022 9:18:32 PM

Modified: 5/17/2022 9:16:45 PM

Add another league title for Bob Smith and the Frontier girls track team.

The Redhawks came away with a 118-27 victory over Mohawk Trail on Tuesday — a meet that began on Monday in Buckland, was suspended by weather and resumed on Tuesday in South Deerfield — to seal an unbeaten 6-0 season for Frontier and locking up the Intercounty League Championship.

Sadie Ross won the discus (82 feet, six inches) and javelin (92-4), Caroline Crocker took the long jump (14-10.5) and 100 hurdles (15.4 seconds) and Abi Howard won the high jump (4-8) and 800 (2:36.3) for the Redhawks.

Rounding out the Frontier winners were Cady Wells-Robinson in the shot put (29-2.5), Alena Maes-Polan in the pole vault (9-6), Hannah Mackin in the mile (5:52.2), Josie Fosnot in the 400 (64.7) and Bianca Peura in the 2 mile (14:31.5). The Redhawks won the 4×100 (54.7) and 4×400 (4:32.9) relays.

Emmy Sissum won the triple jump (30-4.5) and 400 hurdles (71.8) while Ellie Pinkham took the 100 (12.8) and 200 (27.1) for Mohawk Trail.

Mahar 78, Greenfield 57 — Sienna Moore put on a show for the Senators, winning the high jump (4-8), triple jump (31-3), pole vault (10-0) and 100 hurdles (17.8) to propel Mahar to a victory over the Green Wave in Greenfield on Tuesday.

Stella Moore won the long jump (13-4) and 400 hurdles (82.9), Bella Sayarath took the 100 (13.4) and 200 (30.0) and Cordelia Rhodes won the 400 (76.1) for the Senators. Mahar won the 4×100 (57.5) and 4×400 (5:16) relays.

Greenfield winners were Tess Rancourt in the shot put (35-11), Sam Santos in javelin (82-8), Lillia Kachelmeyer in discus (94-6), Candice Lu in the mile (6:27.2) and 2 mile (14 :10) and Ava Fortin in the 800 (2:51.6).

boys track

Frontier 93, Mohawk Trail 42 — Like the girls, the Redhawk boys sealed up the Intercounty League title on Tuesday, picking up a victory over the Warriors in South Deerfield.

Ian Burt won the long jump (16-11.25), triple jump (40-0.25) and 400 (57.2) while Erich Brown came in first in the high jump (5-10) and 110 hurdles (19.4) for Frontier. Jack Vecellio hit 16-0 on the pole vault, Aiden Dredge won the javelin (108-7), Ben Cachiguango earned a win in the 100 (11.8), Aidan Valderrama won the 800 (2:09.4) and Dwight Balk took the 200 (24.7) in the win. The Redhawks won the 4×100 (48.7) and 4×400 (3:53.2) relays.

Will Van Vleet won the shot put (33-5) and discus (86-3) while Dennis Simmons took the mile (4:54.1) and 2 mile (11:01.8) for Mohawk Trail.

Greenfield 100, Mahar 44 — Liviu Mihailicenco won the 110 hurdles (15.8), 400 (54.0) and the high jump (5-8), Deion Brewington took the 100 (11.6), 200 (25.1) and shot put (38-11) and Theo Popusoi earned first in the 400 hurdles (1:01.8), long jump (19-2.75), pole vault (13-0) and triple jump as the Green Wave earned a win over the Senators in Greenfield on Tuesday.

Andy Bostrom took the mile (5:19.6) and Jon Breor won the javelin (115-0) for Greenfield. The Green Wave took the 4×100 (47.0) and 4×400 (4:27.9) relays.

Jeffrey Laplante won the 800 (2:37), Noah Rich took the discus (95-6) and Abduli Gilmore won the 2 mile (12:08.3) for Mahar.

girls tennis

Greenfield 5, Gymnasts 0 — Jenna Keith picked up a 6-0, 6-1 victory in No. 1 singles, Kaitlyn Collins won 6-2, 6-2 in No. 2 singles and Estera Covalenco earned a 6-0, 6-0 triumph in No. 3 singles in the Green Wave sweep of the Thunder on Tuesday at the Davis Street Courts.

Rory Cronen-Townsend and Kaitlyn Phillips came up with a 6-3, 6-2 win in No. 1 doubles and Virginia Marin and Rebecca Covalenco came up with a 6-1, 6-4 victory in No. 2 doubles for Greenfield.

Pope Francis 3, Frontier 2 — Sydney Scanlon picked up a 6-0, 6-0 win in No. 3 singles but it was the lone singles victory for the Redhawks in a loss to Pope Francis in Springfield on Tuesday.

Sam Scanlon came away with a 6-1, 6-0 triumph in No. 1 doubles for Frontier.

boys tennis

PVCICS 5, Frontier 0 — Coleman Hartner, Miles Keefe, River Rodrigues, Jacob Han, Oliver Brown, Robert Fuqua and Donovan Vichi all competed for the Redhawks in a loss to the Dragons on Tuesday.

boys volleyball

Frontier 3, Longmeadow 1 — The Lancers took the opening set but the Redhawks stormed back to win the next three and pull out a 19-25, 25-19, 25-20, 25-20 victory in Longmeadow on Tuesday.

Aleks Carey led the way with 16 kills for Frontier (13-2), with Jesse Kurkononis adding 11 kills and 27 digs. Patrick Boyden put down seven kills, Jack Carey tallied six kills and Tavo Vincent-Warner dished 38 assists in the win.

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