Bulletin Board: Regnier cruises to Sawmill River win
Jesse Regnier opened the New Year in winning fashion as he raced home in a time of 34 minutes, 55 seconds to win the Sawmill River 10K Run in Montague Center on Wednesday.
Regnier, of Northampton, was the overall winner of the event, hosted by the Montague Parks & Recreation Department, while Westfield’s Apryl Sabadosa was the female winner in a time of 40:15. The field included 163 runners.
In the Youth Division (ages 18 & under), Florence’s Charlie Hale won the male division in 36:48. In the Master Division (ages 40-49), Elizabeth Bond of Phillipston won the female crown in 44:11, while Nick Hopley of Amherst was named the men’s winner in 38:46. In the Senior Division, Kathy McCarthy of Agawam won the women’s crown in 48:58, while Bernardston’s Steve Power won the men’s crown in 40:19. In the Senior-Plus Division, Shelburne Falls’ Joan LaPierre won the women’s title in 49:13, and Richard Larsen of Shelburne Falls won the men’s title in 38:42.
All proceeds from the event went to the Sponsor-A-Child Scholarship Program.
FCHA U14 results
The Franklin County Hockey Association Under-14 girls’ hockey team went 4-1 during the 28th annual Connecticut Polar Bears Holiday Tournament.
The tournament featured nearly 2,400 girls from throughout the United States and Canada and was played at six sites around the state.
After going 4-0 in the opening round games, the FCHA girls’ suffered a 2-0 loss to the Boston Nor’easters in the semifinals of the Under-14 B Division bracket.
FCHA opened the tournament with a 3-0 win over the NJ Rockets and then knocked off the VT Stars, 5-2. FCHA earned a 2-0 win over the MA Lady Minutemen and then a 3-0 win over the Danbury Lady Whalers.
Cassidhe Wozniak recorded a hat trick (three goals) in one game and finished with a team-high eight goals for the tournament. Maggie Roche added three goals in the tournament, while Emma Wesoloski and Sydney Ewell each had one goal. Tierney Roche, Maggie Roche, Wozniak, Katie Sprankle and MacKenna Whiteman each had multiple assists in the tournament, and Brigitte Goeler-Slough had three shutouts and played well in goal.
Keene Men’s League
The Greater Keene Men’s Softball League will hold a binder meeting on Jan. 14 at 6 p.m. at the Keene Recreation Center.
The meeting is for teams to come and register their intent to play in the league and the binder fee is $100. Any players interested in joining a team are also welcome to attend the meeting.
For additional information, go to keenenhsoftball.com.