WHS lax rules the day

Surrounded by the Mount Greylock defense, Westfield’s Will Cameron scores one of his four goals for the game Thursday. (Photo by Bill Deren)

WESTFIELD – It may not have been a true double header, but the Westfield High School lacrosse program dominated the day-night play with the boys prevailing in a home rout and the girls winning a road thriller.

Westfield 17, Mount Greylock 4

Will Cameron (4 goals, 1 assist), Cam Theriault (2 goals, 1 assist), Kohl Lunardini (2 goals), Matt Bonsall (1 goal, 2 assists), Reyes (2 goals), Max Maggipinto (1 goal, 1 assist), Zach Cree (1 goal, 1 assist), Gavin Carzello (1 goal, 1 assist), Danny Antonellis (goal), Devlin Welch (goal), Tyler Shrewsbury (goal), and Danny Buckelew (assist) provided the Westfield offense.
Lunardini also dominated on faceoffs. Carzello, Kris Meneses, Dalton Kiniry, and Aiden Boyle delivered strong games at close defense. Cree, Shrewsbury, and Buckelew were all over the field as defensive midfielders
Westfield goalie Alex Beauchemin made eight saves.

Bombers outlast Terriers
Westfield 12, West Springfield 11

Hannah Jarvis (4 goals, 2 assists) and Oliviah Hadla (2 goals), among others, contributed offensively for Westfield. Bombers’ goalie Liz Clark was a difference maker in net, making 15 saves.
“That was definitely the difference in the game,” Westfield coach Paul Fenwick said of his keeper.

Duda paces Saints
Monson 16, St. Mary 4

Hannah Richard scored 6 goals and had two assists to lead Monson at Boardman Field.
Skylar Duda scored a team-high two goals for St. Mary (0-6), which trailed Monson at the half just 6-3. Saints’ Paighton Ramos and Katarzyna Wisnauckas had one each.
St. Mary goalie Anna Kosinski finished with 20 saves.

Rams chase Indians
Southwick def. Ware 25-18, 23-25, 25-18, 25-21

Kacper Kisala (8 kills, 2 assists, 16 digs, 4 aces, 2 blocks), Nick Brown (27 assists, 1 kill, 12 digs, 1 ace, 1 block), Chance Tang (22 digs, 1 assist, 1 ace), Nolan Winch (4 aces, 7 kills, 9 digs, 1 block), and Chris Baker (5 blocks, 3 kills, 11 digs, 3 aces) fueled a victory for Southwick.
Baker also had a nice all-around effort the previous contest against Sabis, a 3-0 loss. In that game, he finished with four kills, four digs, two aces, and two blocks.

Kielbasa leads Saints to victory
St. Mary 3, Chicopee 2

St. Mary’s won at third singles as Aaron Kielbasa downed Mohammed Al Savafi 6-2, 6-2. The Saints won by forfeit at first and second doubles.
“This match demonstrated the St Mary’s Saints continued progress/improvement – not only due to the two forfeits, but also to their fine efforts – resulting in their 2nd win of the season,” St. Mary boys tennis coach George Hart said.

Another “perfect” win
Westfield def. Minnechaug 25-13, 25-21, 33-31

Westfield (13-0, 6-0 North Division) continues to steamroll the competition to continue on its current trajectory for a perfect season.
Shane Kiendzior (15 kills, 9 digs), Javier Santos (7 kills), Eric Yurtuc (5 kills, 3 digs), Luis Castro (34 assists, 11 digs), and Gabe Santiago (10 digs) fueled the latest Westfield victory.

Rams bounce back in big way
Southwick 15, Sabis 1

Dalton Bessette (1-for-1, double, 2 walks, run, RBI), Dan Burnett (3-for-3, 4 RBIs) Dominic Vercellone (2-for-3, 2 walks, 2 RBIs, 4 runs), and Frank Wynglarz (1-for-4, 2 walks, 3 runs) led the Southwick hit parade.
Southwick pitcher Josh Sylvia (5 Ks) tossed a three-hitter for over five innings. Nick Ensign (no hits) and Connor Roy (2 hits) each provided a scoreless inning of relief for the Rams.

Southwick 26, Sabis 2

Brennan Vinesett and Ethan Porter combined to strike out nine batters over five innings for Southwick. Vinesett also went 2-for-2 hitting, and Porter had a hit.
Southwick’s Nate Goodwin went 3-for-3.

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