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Bulletin Board: Putney boys catch Four Rivers for 2-2 soccer tie



Recorder Staff
Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Mica Van Iderstine and Avanni Rivard each scored goals, helping Four Rivers Charter School to a 2-2 draw with The Putney School in a River Valley Athletic League boys’ soccer game Wednesday in Greenfield.

Van Iderstine got the scoring started in the first half, scoring thanks to an assist from Rivard to make it 1-0.

The score was 1-1 at the half before Millou Riggoulloud was taken down in the box in the second half and Four Rivers was awarded a penalty kick. Rivard buried the PK, putting the hosts back on top, 2-1.

Putney managed to squeeze a tie out of the contest, however, equalizing on a PK of its own with just two minutes to play for the 2-2 final.

Four Rivers next hosts Dublin School on Friday.

Cross country

Mac Sloan-Anderson took first place with a time of 19 minutes, 59 seconds, to power Four Rivers in its season-opening cross-country race Wednesday at Berkshire Arts & Technology Charter Public School in Adams.

Elias Smith was sixth overall in the boys’ race (22:36), followed by Charles Dean (23rd, 22:36) and Dylan Dubay (27th, 27:49). Four Rivers took third as a team with 87 points.

Sophomore Skylar Craig was the lone girl to run for Four Rivers Wednesday, finishing 27th overall with a time of 39:14.

Deerfield Academy

Cabrel Kamseu scored the lone goal of the afternoon as the Deerfield Academy boys’ varsity soccer team opened its season with a 4-1 loss on the road at Avon Wednesday.

Middle schools

Football

Bob Provost scored three touchdowns, propelling Greenfield Middle School to a 30-14 victory over Pioneer Valley Regional School Wednesday afternoon in Northfield.

Drew Conant scored a touchdown and added a two-point conversion for Greenfield, while David Carey and Deion Brewington each added two-pointers. Offensive lineman Khalil Brown, Eric Duong, Aiden Fulton, Chris Ryan and Rown Boudreau all played well in the win for Greenfield, while Ryan Pulizari and Andrew Hanley played well defensively.

Ryan Potter and Hunter Haughey scored touchdowns for Pioneer on the afternoon.

Golf

Thomas Ladies

Sue Overstreet captured the top spot with a plus-3 quota Wednesday night, leading the way in the Thomas Memorial Golf & Country Club Ladies League playoffs in Turners Falls.

Jane Smith was next at plus-2, followed by Chante Jillson (plus-1) and Sarah Rae (minus-1).

In scramble action for non-playoff participants, Terry Rae, Jeanette Lawrence, Barb Howey and Robin Hartnett led the way with a 35, followed by Deb Puchalski, Karen Hopkins, Barb Laczynski and Dorothy Adams at 36.

CCG Scratch League

Mike Johnson and Pat McGuire teamed to finish atop the Upper Blue Division at Tuesday’s Country Club of Greenfield Men’s Scratch League.

In the Lower Blue Division, Matt Bete and Mike Duclos tied with Chris Carilly and Clint McCloud. John Dempsey and Bob Ewart captured the White Division.

Running

Don Maynard 5-miler

The 23rd annual Don Maynard 5-Mile Road Race and 3-Mile Walk is scheduled will take place Saturday at the Green River Swimming & Recreation Area.

The race is scheduled for a 9:30 a.m. start. Runners/walkers can register online at www.runreg.com or go to the Maynard website (www.dmmrace.com). Online registration ends Thursday at 5 p.m. Day of race registration begins at 8 a.m.

High schools

Turners Falls seeks coach

Turners Falls High School is seeking a JV girls’ basketball coach for the upcoming winter 2017-18 season. Interested applicants should contact athletic director Adam Graves at 863-7314.