Bulletin Board: Gaimari drops Florida ace
Jerry Gaimari had the kind of two-day stretch that most golfers can only dream of.
On Wednesday, the Greenfield native won the Senior Club Championship at Golfview Golf & Racquet Club in Fort Meyers, Fla., then on Thursday, he drained a hole-in-one on the third hole at the same course.
Gaimari his a 9-iron on the 115-yard hole, and was witnessed by Stan Maynard and Jack Lyons.
Madison Baker and Sam Armstrong each finished in the top 10 of both the slalom and the giant slalom to help the Deerfield Academy boys’ alpine ski team to a first place finish at the New England Prep School Athletic Conference Alpine Skiing Class A Championships at Shawnee Peak in Maine on Wednesday.
The Big Green boys finished with 62 points (lowest score wins) to finish ahead of Middlesex School, which finished second with 69 points in the 15-team field. Northfield Mount Hermon School took fifth overall with 106 points, and Eaglebrook School came in seventh with 120.
Baker was the top local finisher in the slalom with a fourth-place time of 88.54 seconds in his two runs. Eaglebrook’s Zach Mooney placed seventh in the slalom at 90.81, and Armstrong came in ninth at 91.76.
Mooney won the giant slalom with a time of 95.53 in his two runs, finishing nearly three seconds faster than the second-quickest competitor. Armstrong came in fifth at 99.34, and Baker took seventh at 100.97.
• On the girls’ side, Tory Dobbin and Camila Goclowski each finished in the top 10 in both the slalom and giant slalom and NMH placed third overall.
The Hoggers finished with a score of 62, well back of first-place Noble & Greenough School, which won with a score of 49. Deerfield Academy came in sixth overall in the 11-team field with a score of 104.
Dobbin was the quickest local in the slalom with a fifth-place time of 101.14 in the slalom. Goclowski came in seventh at 101.45, and Deerfield’s Alaina Chen placed ninth at 102.87.
Chen was the third quickest competitor down the hill in the giant slalom with a time of 102.34. Dobbin placed seventh at 104.41, and Goclowski took 10th at 105.77.
Marisela Ackerman stopped all 13 shots she faced Wednesday night as the Frontier Red Hawks shut out the Holyoke Devil Dogs, 11-0, in a under-13 girls’ indoor soccer game at Allsport in Northampton.
Caitlyn Devine finished with two goals and seven assists in the win, while Jessica Wrisley netted four goals. Natalie Denkiewicz tallied two goals and two assists, and Mia Burch notched two goals and one assist. Grace Wesoloski chipped in one goal and one assist, and Hannah Kantor played well defensively.
The Greenfield Minor League will hold registrations for the 2014 season at the Lunt Field club house on three dates in early March.
Registrations will take place on March 1 (10 a.m. until noon), March 7 (5:30-8 p.m.) and March 8 (10 a.m. until noon).
The league is a division of Cal Ripken Baseball and open to area youths ages 6-12. Cost is $75 per player with a $10 sibling discount. Financial assistance is available. Parents should bring a birth certificate to the registrations.
For more information, visit the league’s website at www.gmlb.org, or call Scott Cote (522-5334) or Butch Martin (774-4591).
The Newt Guilbault Community Baseball League will hold registrations during the upcoming weekend.
Registrations will take place at the Montague Police Department community room on Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon, and Sunday from noon until 2 p.m.
The league is open to residents of all area communities except Greenfield, Mohawk and Frontier. Cost is $75. Bring a birth certificate.