HUNTINGTON – Share, share, and share alike – that was the motto of the Westfield Technical Academy boys basketball team.
Westfield Tech employed a balanced attack with everyone receiving equal playing time in Monday’s 70-30 road win over Gateway Regional.
Josh Bush led the Tigers with 12 points.
Ryan Orr paced Gateway, which played with just eight players as some of the Gators were a bit “under the weather.” He finished with a team-high 12 points.
Bombers turn back Spartans
Westfield 72, East Longmeadow 52
Kam Wells scored a game-high 21 points for Westfield. Bombers’ Gabe Santos (13 points), Aidan Dunn (11), and Luis Castro (11) also scored in double-digits.
Santos provided a huge spark, not only scoring but dominating the boards as well. Sophomore point guard Tony Torres also made key contributions handling the ball for the Bombers, Westfield coach Josh Balestracci said.
Rams tame Lions
Southwick 54, Ludlow 42
Southwick’s Tim McGrath and Hunter Iglesias finished with 19 points and 13 points, respectively, as the Rams improved to 11-3.
LATE RESULTS – Sat., Jan. 27
Westfield 60, Chicopee Comp 24; Westfield 60, Shepard Hill 15; Sabis 48, Westfield 36; Cranston (R.I.) 40, Westfield 30
Westfield’s junior Vitaliy Borodin (132 pounds), sophomore Cam Foster (152), and senior captain Jack Yvon (170) went a combined 11-0 with 10 pins at the Chicopee Comp duals.
Yvon, who remained unbeaten at 10-0 with seven pins and Foster, who improved to 13-5 (12 pins) and Borodin (17-4, 17 pins), had four pins apiece.
“They wrestled outstanding,” Westfield coach Chris Malinowski said. “I couldn’t be more pleased with their performances.”
Westfield senior Dennis Sevastianov drew the praise of his head coach for going 2-1 with a win by pin against Chicopee Comp, and a hard-fought decision against Cranston.
At 113 pounds, Westfield senior captain Josh Larriu suffered his first loss, going 1-1 on the day. At heavyweight, Bombers’ Johann Shieppe came up big with a win over Sabis.
Senior captain Isaac Santos (126), junior Ed Borodin (120), junior Ed Towers (138), sophomore Carlito Serrano (182), and junior Doug Rogers (195) also registered wins for Westfield.
In JV action, Bombers’ freshman Jack Demarinis and Jerrimiah Masso went unbeaten.