HCSS topples STM

Allie Goodreau (20) steps into a kick for St. Mary’s (Photo by Chris Putz)

WESTFIELD – Two Tri-County powers, St. Mary’s and Hampden Charter School of Science, collided in an early week Whip City showdown.
HCSS rallied from a 1-0 first half deficit, scoring four unanswered goals to down St. Mary’s 4-1 Monday at Westfield Intermediate School.
Allie Goodreau scored the lone St. Mary’s goal. Emma Goodreau assisted. HCSS responded with four straight goals from Madison Sheehan.
“We started strong and opened the scoring but they had an elite player who scored all four of their goals, despite being marked,” St. Mary’s coach Pat Olearcek said.
Amelia Willenborg (8 saves) and Jess Crosby (5) split time in net for St. Mary’s.
“It’s a tough loss but I think it’s a good learning experience as well on what we need to work on,” coach Olearcek said. “I think the girls will bounce back strong on Wednesday.”
St. Mary’s returns to action Wednesday against Duggan Academy at Westfield Intermediate School on Southampton Road.

Tigers net #1
Westfield Technical Academy 1, Putnam 0

Westfield Tech got its first win of the 2018 season, sneaking past Putnam at Westfield High School.
Christina Mosijchuk scored the game-winner. Sheilla Martinez assisted.
Westfield Tech goalie Arianna Levere made three saves, including a key stop on a penalty kick.
“I was pleased with the way my girls controlled the game today,” said Westfield Tech coach Lyle Washington, whose team allowed just one shot on goal in each half.
“Although we only had five shots on target,” he added, “there were many that just missed in all directions.”
Westfield Tech will seek to extend its good fortune Wednesday when it plays Franklin Tech at Westfield High.

Bombers shut out O’s
Westfield 3, Belchertown 0

Westfield scored three first half goals – Chandler Pedolzky, Nina Prenosil, and Kaela Mochak – en route to a shutout on the road.
Westfield keeper Adrianna Arona stopped all eight Belchertown shots.

Giancola lifts Rams
Southwick 1, Central 0

Emily Giancola scored unassisted to lift Southwick. Rams’ goalie Hannah Gerrish (7 saves) earned a shutout.

Gators roll
Gateway 9, Mohawk 0

Erin Harris scored a hat trick, Hannah Duggan tallied two scores, and Peyton Bucko, Becca Hyjek, Ava Auclair, and Alexi Bonenfant finished with a goal apiece for Gateway, which led 6-0 at the half.
Harris and Grace LeBarron each had two assists, and Auclair and Hyjek had one apiece.
Gateway goalie Becca Herman earned a shutout.

Bombers punch
Westfield 167, Belchertown 189

Jack Hogan shot a 40, and Brian Daly and Colin Scanlon each shot a 42 to help boost Westfield’s record to 8-1 overall, 6-0 league. With the win, the Bombers qualify for the postseason.

Tigers roar
Westfield Tech 13.5, Sabis 10.5

The Tigers roared past Sabis at East Mountain Country Club, thanks in large part to Trent Adam, who shot a 48. He won his match 4-0 with a score well below his season average.
Jake Coller, Riley Sullivan, and Dave Romani each shot below their averages for the Tigers (3-4), who have already surpassed their win total from last year.
“(I’m) very pleased with (my) team’s improvement since their first match,” Westfield Tech coach Bob Eak said.

Willenborg paces Saints
Lenox 18.5, St. Mary’s 5.5

St. Mary’s Luke Willenborg shot a match-low 43.

Pompi, Martin trick Red Raiders
Southwick 7, Athol 1

Alyssa Pompi and Emily Martin each recorded a hat trick to lead Southwick in a rout. Rams’ Averion Glynn had one goal and two assists. Pompi, Emma Barnard and Madison Herbert each had an assist.
Southwick goalie Clare Stratton had a save.
In JV action, Southwick won 1-0. Marissa Ouellette scored; Maddy Herbert assisted.

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