Smith nets seven

WESTFIELD – Despite being shorthanded and playing in less-than-ideal weather conditions, the St. Mary High School boys’ lacrosse team showed its resilience Friday.
Padraig Smith had seven goals and three assists to lead the charge for St. Mary in an 18-12 loss to Granby at Boardman Field. In just his second start in net, Saints’ goalie Jeremy Hoar made 23 saves.
St. Mary played without four starters due to various circumstances Friday.

St. Mary’s Reilly Siart (11) and the Saints took aim at Granby in a high school boys’ lacrosse game Friday at Boardman Field. (Photo by Lynn Boscher)

While Granby used a pair of seven-goal quarters to build a 14-4 halftime lead, St. Mary outscored the opposition 8-4 over the second half.
Sam LaBombard and Aaron Blanchard each finished with two goals and two assists for St. Mary. Saints’ Ed Towers (3 assists) and Reilly Siart (1 goal, 2 assists) also contributed offensively.

Bombers double up Brownies
Westfield 14, Amherst 7

Matt Bonsall (5 goals, 3 assists), Max Maggipinto (2 goals, 4 assists), Chris Ward (2 goals), Cole Lunardini (2 goals), Nick Clausen (goal), Ryan Metcalf (goal), Zach Cree (1 goal), and Zach Gentle (1 assist) contributed on the offensive side for Westfield.
Westfield goalie Alex Beauchemin made 11 saves.
Mitch Weiss, Gavin Carzello, Chris Meneses, and Cree all delivered solid efforts on defense.
Westfield improved to 4-3.

Bombers sweep
Westfield def. Sabis 25-17, 25-8, 25-16

Westfield is enjoying sweeping success.
The Westfield High School boys’ volleyball team won another three-set match, defeating Sabis with relative ease to stay unbeaten.
Shane Kiendzior (19 kills), Eddie Loboda (10 kills), John Danahey (6 aces), Noah Kappel (5 aces, 8 kills), and Tyler Stanton (22 digs) helped fuel the Westfield victory.
The Bombers improved to 7-0 overall, and are now currently 5-0 in the North Division.

McKitrick collects multi-hit effort
Hoosac Valley 7, Gateway 1

Jake McKittrick went 2-for-3 with a double and a run scored, Brett Turban delivered an RBI hit, and Brett Bonenfant (double), Brandon Daniels, Josh Webster, and Nate Bushor each collected a base hit for Gateway.

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