Girls lacrosse: Belchertown, South Hadley will meet for Class B title after semifinal wins

Published: 5/28/2023 10:08:29 PM

Modified: 5/28/2023 10:08:06 PM

NORTHAMPTON – Adrien Wise put away five of her six goals in the first half, as No. 4 Belchertown upended top-seeded Northampton 18-15 on Sunday in the Western Massachusetts girls lacrosse semifinals.

Sam Pacunas (assist) and Paige Magner added five goals each for the Orioles. Belchertown’s Madysen LePage contributed nine assists.

Orioles goalie Emma Almeida turned away nine shots.

Belchertown trailed 7-5 after a back and forth first 20 minutes, then Wise scored twice to knot the game at 7.

Teagan McDonald (two assists) returned the lead to Northampton 8-7 with one of her six goals with 5:02 to halftime, but Belchertown’s Magner scored back to back goals to give the Orioles the lead for good.

Belchertown scored four goals in a row to take an 11-8 advantage with 21:07 on the clock and led by fewer than two goals after that.

Northampton goalie Ainsley Dawson made 13 saves. Eloise Ruberti also scored six goals for Northampton, while Kaydence Braman, Olivia Wright (assist) and Maya Berman-Lagier (assist) contributed a goal each.

The final will be at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday at Agawam.

South Hadley 11, Amherst 8 – Balance brought the Tigers to the Class B final. 

Raquel Lost and Eliana Britton had two goals and two assists each, while Mia Beaulieru and Ava Asselin (assist) also put away two goals each at home Saturday.

Madelyn McCardle contributed two assists for the second-seeded Tigers. South Hadley’s Caitlin Dean and Emily Piligan each scored once. Tigers goalie Evelyn Gingras stopped seven shots.

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