The high school golf season opened up with mixed results yesterday.
Westfield High School celebrated a win on opening day, defeating West Springfield 256-277 at Springfield Golf Course.
Taylor Schmidt (40) and Tanner Dasso (42) were the low scorers for Westfield (1-0).
St. Mary’s 22, Easthampton 2
All six St. Mary’s golfers beat their respective opponents at Tekoa Country Club. Noah Parker (39), Zachary Brown (41), Zach Brown (42), Corey Clemente (45), Sam Thresher (41), Dominic Ceccarini (52) each won.
Hampshire 15.5, Southwick 8.5
Joe Frasco and Kyle Manley scored 3 points and 3 ½ points respectively for Southwick at the number four and five spots in the lineup at Edgewood. Rams’ Jake Hough shot a team-low 42 on the par-36 course.
“We’re rebuilding without our top three from last year,” Southwick coach Al Selden said. “But we should be O.K., and hopefully qualify for Western Mass.”
Monson 17.5, Westfield Voc-Tech 6.5
Connor Hall collected 3.5 points at the number two spot for Westfield Voc-Tech with a 44 at East Mountain Country Club. The Tigers’ number one golfer, Jake Parsons shot a 44 to tie Jameson Little. All three golfers shared the low score for the day.
Westfield 3, Renaissance 0
The Westfield High School girls’ volleyball team opened the 2012 season on the right foot.
Westfield swept the School of Renaissance 3-0 Tuesday evening at home. The Bombers won 25-11, 25-15, 26-24.
Gabby Hernandez finished with 17 service points, including four aces, and two digs for Westfield; Bombers’ Abby Hart had seven kills and five service points; and, teammate Tracy Midwood contributed 14 assists and 10 service points.