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Bulletin Board: Stone, Betke-Brunswick Sawmill River 10K winners



Recorder Staff
Monday, January 01, 2018

Greenfield’s Aaron Stone kicked off the frigid new year of 2018 in style by winning the Sawmill River 10K Run Monday morning in Montage Center.

Stone raced across the finish line in 37 minutes, 11 seconds to outpace the field. Elena Betke-Brunswick of Florence was the women’s champion in 42:33.

Ben Whitbeck of Greenfield won the Masters Division (40-49) in 40:55, while Laure Raffensperger of Greenfield was the women’s champion at 46:38. Glenn Caffery of Leyden won the Senior Division (ages 50-59) in 41:20, while Cara Rigali of Montague was the women’s champion in 57:15. In the Senior-Plus Division (ages 60 and up), Richard Larsen of Shelburne was the men’s champion in 42:24, while Jackie Choate of Conway was the women’s champion in 65:10.

All proceeds from the race benefited the Montague Park & Recreation Department’s Sponsor-A-Child program.

Youth hockey

FCHA Bantams fall

Hunter Haughey, Sam Knight, Kameron Tompkins and MJ Paulin each scored a goal Sunday but the Franklin County Hockey Association Dillon Chevrolet Warriors fell to Easthampton, 6-4, in a Greater Springfield League Bantam Division game at Lassone Rink in Easthampton.

Derek Lenois had a pair of assists in the loss, while Billy Woodall, Matt Provencal, Shea Savage and Knight each had one helper.

Josh Bordeaux and Trevor Parkinson combined to make 23 saves in the loss.

Peewee results

Trevor Kuchieski and Matt Lavoine each scored a goal Sunday but the FCHA Gilmore & Farrell Vipers fell to Amherst Red, 4-2, in a GSL Peewee North Division game at Collins-Moylan Arena in Greenfield.

Braeden Killeen, Chris Phelps, Hunter Smith and Dylan Archer played well defensively in front of Will Cowie, who made 28 saves in the loss.

• On Saturday, Archer had a pair of goals as the Vipers tied Wilbraham Twin Meadows, 3-3, at the Olympia in West Springfield.

Will Petrin had a goal for Gilmore & Farrell, while Eathon Bryant, Lavoine and Jake Jurek each added assists.

Tony Wozny and Dylan Mahar played well defensively in front of Cowie, who made 15 saves.