Published: 01/15/2023 16:26:21
Modified: 01/15/2023 16:23:04
After a season filled with one-goal games, the Greenfield hockey team was happy to win one in convincing fashion on Saturday night.
Host Green Wave scored three or more goals in all three periods, earning a 12-1 win over Mount Everett in a Wright Division game at Collins-Moylan Arena in Greenfield.
Eight different players have scored for Greenfield (7-3, 3-1), who came on Saturday after playing four straight one-goal games. Wave went 3-1 in those contests.
Matt Lavoine’s hat trick propelled Greenfield, and he added a pair of assists in a busy outing. Sammy Knight and Matt Garvin each scored twice in the win, while singles were scored by Brodie Gagne, Jake Jurek, Hunter Smith, Jamison Baleno and Luca Siano. Jack Laurie registered a pair of assists, while Eathon Bryant, Porter Hall and Derek Wissmann also got on the scoresheet with assists.
Josh Bordeaux stopped 14 of the 15 shots he faced. Greenfield led 3-0 after one period and 8-1 after two.
Next up is a key Wright Division match at Easthampton on Wednesday night at Lossone Rink in Easthampton.
It was another great weekend of athletics from Deerfield Academy. Here’s how the Big Greens fared in their roster:
Men’s college hockey at Trinity-Pawling: 6-1 win
Boys JV Hockey at Andover: 7-0 win
Women’s college hockey vs. Exeter: 3-2 loss (overtime)
Boys Varsity Basketball vs. Salisbury: 74-54 win (winning streak extended to four games)
Women’s college basketball at Exeter: Lost 53-43
Boys University Squash in Choate: 7-0 win
Boys Varsity Squash v Salisbury (at Choate): 7-0 win
Girls Varsity Squash vs. Choate: Lost 5-2
Boys Varsity Swimming & Diving v Exeter: Lost 98-88
Girls Varsity Swimming & Diving v Exeter: Lost 101-82
Franklin Tech 71, Turner 63 – A 25-point performance from Ty Sadoski propelled the Eagles into a Powertown showdown on Friday night.
Sadoski scored 14 of 25 in the fourth quarter, as the teams combined for 56 points in the last eight minutes of action (28-28).
Robbie Murphy scored 15 points and Noah Ausikaitis followed with 12 in the Franklin Tech win.
Turners’ Logan Addison had 23 points, while Levin Prondecki scored 16 and JJ Charles added 11.
Hopkins 77, Greenfield 76 – Caleb Thomas drilled four 3-pointers and led the green wave with 22 points in a one-point loss to Hampshire League South leaders Hopkins on Friday.
Caleb Murray and Jonathan Breor each picked up 19 points for Greenfield (5-3).
Hopkins’ Cody West led all scorers with 23 points.