SOUTHWICK – The Southwick High School girls’ basketball team appears to be focused on the task at hand.
On Friday night, Southwick’s McKinley White scored 14 points to lead the Rams past McCann Tech 38-30. More importantly, however, was the tournament berth that came attached with that ‘W’.
Southwick did not let down its guard, winning again Tuesday night by turning back visiting Pioneer Valley, 52-31.
White topped her previous effort by two points, finishing with 16 against Pioneer. Mackenzie Sullivan netted 14.
The victory improved Southwick’s record to 11-3.
In JV action, the Rams received balanced scoring from Kathleen Shea (8 points), Caroline Clark (6), Autumn Waitt (6), and Kaitlyn Haseltine (6) en route to a 43-17 win.
Brownies hold off Bombers
Agawam 41, Westfield 38
Christie Mirski (14 points) and Meghan D’Amours (13) led Agawam to victory at home.
Alyssa Manna scored a game-high 14 points for Westfield. Bombers’ Alexis Wood made three 3-pointers to finish with nine points, and Alexa Morin had eight.
Red Raiders rock
Commerce 54, Westfield Technical Academy 13
Branna Marchena (22 points), Jayzabel Torres (18), and Gerliz Hernandez Yepez (12) contributed to the Commerce offense, which opened the game on a 22-0 run.
Kelsey Carroll led Westfield Tech with five points.
Laboy nets 37
Dean Tech 55, St. Mary 21
Dean Tech went on an 18-4 run to begin the game, and never looked back. Miquiana Laboy recorded a 37-point effort.
Jessica Crosby and Casey Rutledge finished with four points apiece for St. Mary.
Cybercats scratch Gators
Sci-Tech 44, Gateway 8
Desiree Crawford scored 12 points to lead Sci-Tech. Gateway’s Joanna Arkoette had five.