WVT nets shutout, 10-0 mark



WESTFIELD – Alex Makarchuk had two goals, Dmitry Stepanchuk tallied one, and Vitaly Covileac made a key save in net in Voc-Tech’s 3-0 shutout of Smith Voke in a boys’ soccer game Tuesday.
The Tigers (10-0) remain unbeaten.
“The most impressive thing today was our possession and the way we dictated play,” Voc-Tech coach Kyle Dulude said. “All (our) players got playing time and we look forward to continue playing well.”

Southwick 5, Easthampton 1
Brandon Castor (1 assist) scored two goals, and Jon Collins had one goal and two assists to lead Southwick past host Easthampton.
Declan O’Donnell and Connor Geddis tallied one goal apiece for the Rams.
Southwick’s Bailey Emerson, Jack Lebo, and Dominic Laczczkowski also each had an assist.
Rams’ Nick Chambers (2 saves) and Jared DeMaio (3 saves) split time in net.

Commerce 3, St. Mary 1
Christian Mojia scored two goals to pace Commerce. Kieran O’Donnell had St. Mary’s lone goal on a penalty kick.
Colin Blake made 17 saves for the Saints.
“We lost to a very athletic and hard-working Commerce team,” St. Mary coach Andrew Martin said. “(The Red Raiders) responded well after we actually scored … They’re athleticism and quickness took my guys by surprise.”

Southwick 11, Easthampton 0

Patrick King had one goal and three assists, Dylan Buscemi had one goal and two assists, Mason Kowal had two goals and one assist, Jameson Secovich tallied two goals, and five others – Austin Davis, Matt Daley, Sam Willis, Dan Gawron, and Dan Sullivan – scored one goal apiece for Southwick.
Rams’ Tim McGrath, Chad Birchall, Dan Sullivan, and Nick Doyle had one assist apiece.
Southwick improved to 10-0.

St. Mary 2, Westfield Voc-Tech 1

Lauren Chapdelaine and Monica Peterson notched goals to lead St. Mary past Westfield Voc-Tech at Jachym Field Monday.

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