Pedolzky, Bombers chase Panthers

Westfield High School’s Emma Pedolzky (13) capitalizes on a breakaway Tuesday night against visiting Palmer. (Photo by Randy Burlingame)

WESTFIELD – Emma Pedolzky scored a game-high 22 points, and Westfield convincingly turned back visiting Palmer in a high school girls basketball game 56-34.
Pedolzky drained three 3-pointers.
It was only the third loss of the season for the Panthers (4-3), who entered Tuesday’s contest only having lost to Agawam and South Hadley. Westfield’s regular season losses have come against Central, Longmeadow, and Northampton.
Oliva Hadla contributed nine points for Westfield. Bombers’ Chandler Pedolzky finished with eight points, Ali Piper had seven, Illianis Colon had five, and Megan Alvarado, 4.
Jillian Lombardi netted 20 points for Palmer, but no other Panther had more than four points.
With the win, Westfield improved to 6-3.

Rams suffer close loss
Putnam 47, Southwick 44

Hannah Burke led the way for Southwick with 12 points. Rams’ Kathleen Shea had eight.
In JV action, Southwick shredded Palmer 35-13. Brielle Ensign scored a team-high eight points for the Rams. Muggy Cronin and Emily Hanifan each had six.

Sheehan tames Tigers
Hampden Charter School of Science 53, Westfield Technical Academy 23

Madison Sheehan singlehandedly brought down Westfield Tech, exploding for 26 points for HCSS.
Jeika Rios led the Tigers with eight points.

Lancers topple Bombers
Longmeadow 4, Westfield 1

Longmeadow scored four unanswered goals to storm past visiting Westfield at the Olympia Ice Center in West Springfield.
Westfield opened with the first goal of the game on a perfectly executed 2-on-1 with Moorhouse driving home the puck off a pass from Spencer Cloutier.
Longmeadow responded with four straight goals before a scoreless third period.

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