WHS struggles; schedule toughens

AMHERST – Four players netted double-digits in the scoring column to lead host Amherst past Westfield, 62-50, Monday night.
Westfield attempted to fight back despite trailing at the half, 29-23. Isiah Headley and Richard Barnett led the Bombers with 16 and 10 points, respectively.
The schedule does not let up for Westfield. The Bombers next play Central Wednesday at home before traveling to West Springfield Thursday to take on the Terriers. Both games tip of at 7 p.m.
Gateway 58, St. Mary 28
HUNGTINGTON – …and the beat goes on for the Gateway Regional High School boys’ basketball team.
Gateway continues to pound the competition in the Tri-County League, remaining unbeaten in league play with a rout of visiting St. Mary Monday night.
Justin Edinger, Curtis Dowers, and Calvin Dowers scored 13 points apiece to lead Gateway. Brian Mickalay and Bryce Kibbe netted 11 and 8 points, respectively, for St. Mary.
Gateway next plays Thursday at McCann Tech, who has just one league loss.
Cathedral 1, Walpole 0
Madison Pelletier scored a late third-period goal to lift Cathedral in a thriller. Katie Joyal and Brenna Hoar assisted on the play.
Lexi Levere was outstanding in goal for the Panthers, collecting 31 saves.
Cathedral had 20 shots.

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