The Winchester High School girls' basketball team lost 56-38 to Belmont Tuesday in Belmont.
Winchester High School girls' basketball could not overcome Belmont High's domination under the basket and lost their Middlesex League matchup to the Marauders 56-38 Tuesday in Belmont. Belmont's defense took senior guard Elise Testa out of the game resulting in only three points for the Winchester team leader. Junior forward Olivia Gaither led the Sachem's attack with 10 points followed by fellow junior Deidrie Macrorie and co-captain senior guard Catherine Pitts each with seven points.
The Winchester High boys' soccer team was tested at Belmont Tuesday, but prevailed with a 2-1 win.
A perfectly executed corner kick with about 22 minutes remaining proved to be the difference Tuesday evening, as the Winchester High boys’ soccer team hung on to beat Belmont 2-1 to remain unbeaten on the season. The home loss was Belmont’s first of the season, as the Marauders fell to 2-1-2 in the standings. After a back-and-forth first half and beginning of the second, the teams found themselves knotted at 1-1 near the midway point of the second. However, that changed when Winchester midfielder Zach Samson lofted the pivotal corner just inside Belmont’s six-yard line and teammate Jonathan Redwine was there for the textbook header. Redwine, the team’s tall sweeper, rose above a crowd to finish the play. “You can’t teach height,” …