Falcons fly past Bombers

Westfield’s Kaela Mochak (20) makes an aggressive drive toward the hoop Tuesday night at Minnechaug. (Photo by Chris Putz)

WILBRAHAM – Three Minnechaug Regional High School girls basketball players notched double-digit production in the scoring column as the Falcons blew past Westfield (6-14) in the Bombers’ final regular season game, 68-42.
Minnechaug built a 21-10, first-quarter lead and closed the game out with a 19-7 run.
Minnechaug’s Serena Fiore and Westfield’s Kaela Mochak scored 17 points apiece to lead their respective teams.
Gabriella Ofcarcik and Jessica Anderson finished with 15 points and 11 points, respectively, for Minnechaug. Westfield’s Chandler Pedolzky had 12.

Shea lifts Rams
Southwick 42, Turners Falls 37

Kathleen Shea scored a game-high 13 points, and Southwick closed out its regular season 7-11.

Sheehan nets game-high 30
Hampden Charter School of Science 56, St. Mary’s 30

HCSS’s Madison Sheehan exploded for 30 points to lead all scorers at Westfield Middle School North. Jessica Crosby and Alexis Shedd scored eight points apiece for St. Mary’s. Saints’ Madie Donais collected seven.

Bombers scratch ‘Cats
Westfield 74, Sci-Tech 64

Westfield posted a key victory in a late season matchup on the road with Gabe Santos (24 points) leading the way.
“He was very aggressive offensively,” Westfield coach Josh Balestracci said. “He did a very good job tonight; he worked very hard.”
Westfield’s Mike Hall made four 3-pointers en route to 16 points scored.
Javi Santos (11), Kam Wells (10), and Aidan Dunn (9) also scored for the Bombers.
“We played a lot of team basketball in the second half,” coach Balestracci said. “It was very nice to see. We shared the ball well, and it worked out for us this time.”
Sci-Tech’s Willie Bosworth made six 3-pointers and finished with 22 points.

Butler nets 14 more
Mount Everett 68, St. Mary’s 35

St. Mary’s 1,000 point scorer Jake Butler added to his career total, scoring 14 points. Jared Russin pumped in nine points for the Saints, and Mike Pepe had seven.

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