Tigers boys net win!

Westfield Voc-Tech finally scored a touchdown, blasted a home run, and had a slam dunk – all in one game.
The Voc-Tech boys’ basketball team experienced the feeling associated with each of those accomplishments, defeating Pioneer Valley Christian School 49-30 for its first win of the season Thursday evening.
“I’m glad to see that our players were able to experience some form of success which resulted from not quitting and giving a full effort until the final horn,” Voc-Tech coach Kyle Dulude said.
Cole Provost (12 points), Matt Wood (11), and Nelson Roque (10) all reached double-digits to lift the Tigers (1-13).

McCann Tech 27, Southwick-Tolland 25
McCann Tech held Southwick-Tolland scoreless in the fourth quarter to rally from a 25-18 deficit.
“We just tightened up in the fourth quarter, and we couldn’t execute,” said Southwick coach Mike Gill, whose Rams (9-9) must win one of its final two games (Holyoke Catholic, Putnam) to qualify for the Western Massachusetts Division II girls’ basketball tournament.
“This was tough one,” coach Gill said, “but we’re going to bounce back,”
Southwick plays at Holyoke Catholic on Friday night.

Chicopee 47, Westfield 30
Keri Paton scored 18 points to lead Westfield.

Southwick 38, McCann Tech 16
Tara Dowd (9 points), Amber Nobbs (8), Sabrina Provost (8), and Ashley Shea (7) led Southwick, which rallied from a 10-2 first-quarter deficit.

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