WHS caps perfect week

WESTFIELD – The Westfield High School girls’ soccer team completed a perfect week with a nearly flawless effort.
Westfield scored two first half goals and held off a late East Longmeadow rally to win 2-1 Friday at home.
Karly Diltz erased the goose eggs on the scoreboard with the game’s first goal in the 33rd minute. Katie Knapik assisted on the play.
Westfield kept the pressure on.

Southwick's Rachel Healey (23) gets a foot on the ball just prior to Agawam's arrival. (Photo by Chris Putz)

Southwick’s Rachel Healey (23) gets a foot on the ball just prior to Agawam’s arrival. (Photo by Chris Putz)

Less than six minutes later, Erin McDermott scored off a feed from Kelsey Kiltonic to go up 2-0.
East Longmeadow scored its lone goal midway through the second half.
Westfield junior Jessica Healey delivered a stellar showing in goal, turning away 20 shots to preserver the victory.
Westfield, which shut out visiting Taconic 6-0 earlier this week in its season opener, improved to 2-0.
Agawam 4, Southwick 0
Southwick goalie Tori Richburg made 11 saves on the road.
Agawam 7, Southwick 0
Kayla Bergendale (12 saves) and Ashley Marchetti (7) split time in goal for Southwick.

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