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Hangar outslugs Hubie’s

  • Hubies Tavern batter Adam Williams hits against the Hangar during their game at Hillside Park in Greenfield, July 11, 2018. Recorder Staff/Dan Little

  • Hubies Tavern pitcher Jen Senn throws against the Hangar during their game at Hillside Park in Greenfield, July 11, 2018. Recorder Staff/Dan Little

  • Hubies Tavern shortstop Evan Rice throws to first for an out backed up by Adam Williams during their game against the Hangar at Hillside Park in Greenfield, July 11, 2018. Recorder Staff/Dan Little

  • Hangar pitcher Mike Cole releases a pitch during his team’s 23-22 win over Hubie’s Tavern, Wednesday. Recorder Staff/Dan Little

  • Hubies Tavern Chris Arsenault hits against the Hangar during their game at Hillside Park in Greenfield, July 11, 2018. Recorder Staff/Dan Little

  • Hangar center fielder Duane Rivard throws the ball in during their game against Hubies Tavern at Hillside Park in Greenfield, July 11, 2018. Recorder Staff/Dan Little



Recorder Staff
Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Mike Cole belted a home run and finished a triple shy of hitting for the cycle to help lead The Hangar past Hubie’s Tavern, 23-22, in a Greenfield Co-Rec Adult Softball League game Wednesday night at Hillside Park in Greenfield.

Duane Rivard had two hits and three RBIs in the win. Ashley Dufraine scored four runs, and Leanne Guidaboni had a pair of hits.

Jamison Arsenault homered for Hubie’s and finished with three hits and four RBIs. Justin Nash had four hits and was a home run shy of hitting for the cycle, while Chris Arsenault had four hits including two doubles. Jen Senn had a hit and an RBI and also pitched well for Hubie’s, which was missing its usual starter.

PV Women’s League

Sally Slowinski belted a home run and Shelburne Falls edged Ashfield, 13-12, in a Pioneer Valley Women’s Softball League game Wednesday in Shelburne.

Amanda Chapin tripled in the win, while Cheryl Canuel doubled.

Rachel Sheehan had two hits and three RBIs, while Taylor Boutwell had four hits including a double.

Golf

Thomas Ladies

Marilyn Kostanski shot a low gross 38 and was the top point quota at plus-8 during the Thomas Memorial Golf & Country Club’s Wednesday Ladies League in Turners Falls.

Nancy Browning was second in the point quota at plus-7, and Barb Howey was third at plus-5. Jane Smith was behind Kostanski for low gross with a 39. Cynthia Marchand was closest to the pin on No. 7 at 16 feet, 3 inches.

CFC Senior Open

Crumpin-Fox Club in Bernardston held its Senior Open 6-6-6 Tournament where competitors played six holes as scramble, six holes best ball, and six holes alternate shot.

Tim Rice and Tom Bergeron won low gross with a 66, while Jim Rushioni and Jon Fasick were second with a 67. Carter Fasick and Tom Taylor took third with a 68, and Richard Degray and George Anderson were fourth with a 70.

Joe Cocco and Joe Imelio won low net with a 57. Mike Duclos and Bob Bergeron were second with a 61. Jordan Haskell and Phil Phillips were third at 62, and Tom Helbig and Tim Brandl were fourth with a 64.

CFC Ladies

Raye Young was a plus-3 point quota to take first place during the Wednesday Ladies League at Crumpin-Fox Club in Bernardston.

Julie Schonbrun was second at plus-1. Young was closest to the pin on No. 3 at 26-10, while Schonbrun was closest to the pin on No. 9 at 25-3.

Knights of Columbus

Ken Morin was a plus-10 point quota to win the Knights of Columbus Golf League Wednesday at Thomas Memorial Golf & Country Club.

Rich Heath and Darren Lenois tied for second at plus-8, and Jim Herzig was fourth at plus-7.

Lenois was closest to the pin on No. 7 at 7-2, and Stephan Smith was closest on No. 9 at 10-9.

Timmons League

George Northrup and David Snow shot a 34 to win low gross during the Timmons League at the Northfield Golf Course on Wednesday.

Steve Lanciani and Matt Deane were second with a 35. Duff Delano and Mark Horta won low net with a 25 and a match of cards over Jesse Putnam and Marty Powers. John Hodgman was closest to the pin on No. 6 at 22-9, while Brad Stafford was closest on No. 7 at 3-10. Snow was the match medalist with a 34.

Gymnastics

Tigers at Nationals

Ohia Dellert’s second place finish on the bars at Level 1, and Aiden Wall’s third-place finish on the beam in the XCEL Gold/Junior Division were the top finishes from the Greenfield Tumbling Tigers during the 2018 YMCA Gymnastics National Championships in Toledo, Ohio.

Over 150 teams and 2,300 gymnasts competed at the SeaGate Convention Center and Wall scored a 8.925 on the beam to take third. Wall also finished fifth on the floor (9.1) and 10th on the vault. Aneesa Brewer also competed in the division and placed 10th on the beam. Dellert was second on the bars (9.4) at Level 1, fourth on the floor, and eighth all-around (36.025).

Mila Frantz competed in the XCEL Silver/Junior Division and was sixth on the bars (9.25), ninth on the floor, and ninth all-around (36.275). In the XCEL Bronze/Senior Division, Genevieve Bird placed 10th on both the bars and beam. Lysia MacMunn-Seaman was ninth on the beam in the Level 3/Child Division. In the Level 2/Junior Division, Virginia Krezmien was fifth on the floor and eighth all-around (35.3)