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Alber’s tops Stone Seals, 13-1



Recorder Staff
Friday, July 13, 2018

Gehrig Brynda struck out four to earn the win, and Kyle Barnes had two hits and three RBIs to help Frontier Alber’s Hearing Service to a 13-1 win over Pioneer Stone Seals/Travel Kuz in a Pioneer Valley Youth Baseball League Sandy Koufax game at Headmaster’s Field in Deerfield Friday night.

Matt Como doubled and drove in a run for Frontier, while Ben Martino singled and drove in a pair of runs. Ben Zaranek and Maxwell Edwards had a hit and an RBI apiece, while Aidan Falla and Tyler Baranowski both singled. Kevin Baumann drove in four runs.

Mickey Mantle

Despite a strong all-around effort from Kyle Devlin, Hilltown Hardwood Diamond Dawgs dropped a 6-3 decision to Northampton in PVYBL Mickey Mantle action Friday in Buckland.

Devlin was 3-for-3 with a double, two stolen bases and an RBI for the Dawgs. On the mound, he struck out five and walked two in six innings of work.

Cam Baird added a double for the Diamond Dawgs, which were outhit by an 8-6 margin.  Tyler Dubreuil and Dylan Allen both had singles.

The club hosts Dalton on Sunday at 2.

Adult softball

Greenfield Co-Rec

Jake Coburn went 3-for-4 with two doubles and a triple to lead Beck’s Automotive to a 8-4 win over the Outlaws in a Greenfield Co-Rec Adult Softball League game Friday night at Hillside Park in Greenfield.

Scott Curtis went 2-for-3 with two doubles in the win, and John Rosario had a pair of hits.

Mo Crossman went 2-for-3 to pace the Outlaws.

Golf

Ashfield Ladies

Diane O'Connell scored a 22 to finish first at Thursday morning’s Ashfield Community Golf Course Ladies’ League, as the game of the day was odd holes score.

Francie Hall and Barb Ladd tied for second at 25.

Connie Szelewiki had the low number of putts in the round.

Basketball

Orange rec clinic

The first week of the Orange Recreation Association Basketball Clinic wrapped up Friday with close to 40 players participating in a full day program of basketball skills, drills, contests, games and scrimmages. With breakfast and lunch included, the program is open to area boys and girls from grades 4 through 9.  

The second week of the program commences on Monday and runs until 2 p.m. on Friday. There are still slots open, so please call 978-544-6377 or find visit the Orange Recreation Association Facebook page and register your player. All levels of experience and skill are welcome. With a 4-to-1 player to coach ratio, more individual attention allows for greater personal development.