HS Wrap-Up: Bombers grounded, Saints stopped, and Tigers tamed

Westfield’s Kaela Mochak (20) and Sam Kaubris (24) double team the Comp player with Megan Alvarado (21) providing additional support. (Photo by Bill Deren)

It was another tough study for three local girls high school basketball teams Monday night as Westfield’s recent tailspin continued, St. Mary’s was dealt a sharp blow by Pathfinder, and Sci-Tech overwhelmed Westfield Technical Academy.

Colts bolt past Bombers
Chicopee Comp 60, Westfield 49

Chicopee Comp produced three players in double-digits scoring – Arriana Hasiuk (16 points), Julianna Beaulieu (12) and Jenna Robillard (11) – and nearly had a third (Aliza McLeish, 9 points) to upend Westfield.
Westfield’s Emma Pedolzky scored a game-high 17 points with four made 3-pointers, Kaela Mochak chipped in 12, and Chandler Pedolzky finished with nine.

Pioneers stop Saints
Pathfinder 30, St. Mary’s 20

Pathfinder’s Trista Daley led all scorers with 13 points, and the Pioneers held off the St. Mary Saints.
Madie Donais led St. Mary’s with 10.

Cybercats chase Tigers
Sci-Tech 57, Westfield Technical Academy 13

Crystal Ferrell and Montana Curtis scored 16 and 15 points, respectively, to overwhelm Westfield Tech. Tigers’ Ashley Torres had five.

SKI UPDATE: The Pioneer Valley Interscholastic Athletic Conference ski championships have been postponed Feb. 12 due to the inclement weather expected to overtake the area Tuesday afternoon. They have been rescheduled to Mon., Feb. 25 at Berkshire East in Charlemont.
In race No. 6, the St. Mary High School boys ski team continued its assault on the slopes, placing three skiers in the top 15 overall and three in the top five in the division. In fact, they were the fastest team on the hill.
“Shake n’ Bake,” Hayden Lussier and Jack Masciadrelli were back in top form in the slalom, supported with.a nice effort from Colin Freeman.
Masciadrelli placed second overall (1st division) in 32.44 seconds, Lussier was fifth (3rd division) in 34.47, and Freeman was 13th (5th division) in 37.09.
Westfield’s Jacob Stephens took home bronze with a third-place overall time of 33.86. Gateway’s Zachary Ames was eighth (34.80).
In the girls competition, Gateway’s Jessica Garriepy and Westfield’s Emma Renaudette placed 13th (26.67) and 14th (26.70), respectively.

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