Second-seeded The Academy at Charlemont and seventh-seeded Hartsbrook Institution engaged in a an offensive slugfest before the host Aardvarks emerged with a 7-6 victory in the quarterfinals of the River Valley Athletic Group boys’ sports playoffs Wednesday in Charlemont.
Charlemont rallied from a 3-1 deficit behind Aiden Brenizer’s five-point performance (3 goals, 2 helps). Nat Boyd-Owens authorized a hat strategy and Liam Fisher have scored for the Aardvarks also. Sam Fisher added an assist.
Goalie Kyle Nitzsche made 10 saves in goal, including one over a penalty kick.
AAC advanced to Friday’s semifinal, with the site and opponent to be driven.
Putney 4, Four Waterways 3 — Four Streams let a halftime lead slide away as Putney (Vt.) School attained a 4-3 quarterfinal success in the RVAL young boys’ soccer competition Thursday at GCC.
Evan Leaf scored early on and Milou Rigollaud added a set of tallies to stake the Otters to a 3-2 halftime business lead.
Putney responded by tying the game midway through the next fifty percent, then Herzin Glerge obtained the game-winner with 4 minutes to look.
Young girls’ soccer
Four Waterways 3, BART 2 — Third-seeded Four Rivers scored three goals in the first 1 / 2 and had to hold on in the end to post a 3-2 make an impression on sixth-seeded Berkshire Arts & Technology in the RVAL women’ sports quarterfinals Wednesday at Greenfield Community College.
The Otters advanced a semifinal match at second-seeded Dublin (N.H.) College at 2:45 p.m. Friday
Four Rivers scored just 2 minutes in to the contest when Maddy Wallenius-Duda booted home the first goal, aided by Maitreya Smith.
After the midpoint of the 50 % just, Smith obtained an unassisted goal to provide the Otters a 2-0 benefits, and Michaela O’Donnell used an assist from Hjordis Aho in the 35th minute to increase the business lead to 3-0 by the intermission.
BART responded by taking advantage of some sloppy play by Four Waterways to score twice in a five-minute span midway through the second half. However the Otters could actually deny a game-tying goal and move forward to the semis.
Teagan Cardaropoli made 2 helps you to save to earn the win in goal.
Frontier 4, Easthampton 3 — Frontier Regional College battled back again from a two-goal deficit in the ultimate quarter-hour to beat Easthampton High School, 4-3, in a Pioneer North Department girls’ sports match Wednesday nights at White Brook Middle College in Easthampton.
Julia Riordan have scored in the 67th minute, helped by Sarah Meunier, then obtained again two minutes later to connect it. Natalie Denkiewicz had the helper.
Denkiewciz put the Red Hawks ahead to stay with her goal in the 74th minute, helped by Angela Self applied.
Elaine LaBarbera obtained the first Frontier goal from Denkiewicz.
Maddie Grabowski have scored and Karin Volpe added a tally for the Eagles double.
Frontier hosts Mohawk Path Regional High School Monday at 6 p.m. in its season finale.
Mt. Everett 4, Pioneer 0 — Mount Everett Regional School obtained four times in the first one half and went on to beat Pioneer Valley Regional Institution, 4-0, within an independent women’ soccer match Wed in Sheffield.
Gwendolyn Carpenter registered a natural head wear technique by the 26-minute make, and Maya Neski added a tally for the Eagles.
Leah Fuess recorded 18 saves for the Panthers, who were 30-1 outshot. Madison Ullrich didn’t have to make a save to register the shutout.
Fri at Belchertown SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL at 4 p pioneer wraps up its season.m.