Rams rally

SOUTHWICK – Southwick rallied from a nine-point, first-quarter deficit to defeat visiting Renaissance 70-57 in a high school boys’ basketball game Friday night.
Five players reached double digits in the scoring column for Southwick. Matt Daley paved the way with 20 points. Ryan LeClair and Hunter Iglesias scored 11 apiece, and Tim McGrath and Nick Hough each finished with 10.

Matt Daley drives through the Renaissance defense Friday night. (Photo by Bill Deren)

Matt Daley drives through the Renaissance defense Friday night. (Photo by Bill Deren)

Devron Marshall led Renaissance with 16.

DA holds off STM surge
Duggan Academy 50, St. Mary 46

St. Mary rallied from an 18-point deficit to within three with 15 seconds remaining in regulation. The Saints missed a game-tying three in
Drew Collins scored a team-high 14 points to lead St. Mary. Saints’ Jake Butler finished with nine, and Andrew Illnicky had eight.

Bombers prevail
Westfield 65, Agawam 58

Westfield took charge from the opening tap, outscoring Agawam by eight points in the first quarter, 20-12, en route to a win on their home court.
Rodney Bernard led Westfield with 16 points, Kam Wells had 14, Gabe Piepergerdes netted 13, and Aidan Dunn chipped in 10.

Rams roll
Southwick 58, Mohawk 27

Emily Martin scored a career high 12 points, McKinley White and Autumn Waitt each had 10, and Makenzie Sullivan and Caroline Clarke netted nine apiece for Southwick.
Southwick’s JV squad also won, 37-25.

Hadla nets 16 in loss
Chicopee 58, Westfield 43

Madison Gutierrez led Chicopee with 15 points, and Taina Slaughter and Kenna Sousa each had nine to propel Chicopee at home.
Westfield’s Olivia Hadla scored a game-high 16.

Duggan tips WTA
Duggan Academy 54, Westfield Technical Academy 11

Duggan Academy raced out to an early lead and never looked back. Westfield Tech will look to bounce back Tuesday against visiting Gateway. Tip-off is at 4 p.m.

Bombers down Hurricanes
Westfield 106, Amherst 74

Nick Rosso (50 freestyle, 23.20; 100 butterfly, season best 54.65) and Tommy Russell (100 freestyle, season best 50.20; 100 backstroke, 54.80) won two individual events apiece to lead Westfield. The Bombers swept the relay races, winning the 200 medley (1:48.04), 200 free (1:40.83), and 400 free (3:29.87).

Charette paces Bombers
Westfield 114, Amherst 69

Rachel Charette finished first in the 50 freestyle (season best 26.30) and 100 free (57.09) to lead Westfield.

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