HATFIELD – It may be the holidays, but the Southwick-Tolland Regional girls’ basketball team proved it could get by without some good old-fashioned home cooking.
Southwick cooked up a big road victory, doubling up Smith Academy 62-31 Tuesday night in Hatfield. Four Rams scored in double-digits.
Morgan Harriman led Southwick with 15 points. Jackie Maziarz finished with 12, and Ashley Shea had 11.
“We shot the ball extremely well,” Southwick assistant coach Rick Harriman said.
Southwick shot well from beyond the arc, knocking down 10 of 17 three-pointers. The Rams outscored Smith 36-10 in the second half to pull away.
“We were able to run away from them in the second half,” coach Harriman explained. “I think our conditioning and our pace of play helped separate us.”
Gators cage Tigers
Gateway 56, Westfield Voc-Tech 9
Gabby Goralczyk tallied a game-high 13 points, and four other Gateway players (Alyssa Moreau, Joanna Arkoette, Julie DeGray, and Megan Wright) scored eight apiece to lead the Gators in a big home win Tuesday night.
Caitlin Torres led Westfield Voc-Tech with four points. Tigers’ Katie Nesmelova and Heather Lannon each notched two, and Taya Allen had one.
Easton, Foley tops for Saints
Pathfinder 35, St. Mary 20
Sophia Hess scored a game-high 13 points to lead Pathfinder to the home victory Tuesday afternoon.
Alissa Easton and Karissa Foley scored eight points apiece for St. Mary, which matched Pathfinder point for point in the second half.