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Bulletin Board: Drive wins its own crown

Team DRIVE captured the championship of the DRIVE Men’s Basketball League on Sunday evening as it defeated Taylor’s Tavern/Snow & Sons Landscaping Service, 80-66, at Reed Gymnasium in Hadley.

Angelo Thomas and Ben Barshefsky led the champions with 21 points apiece.

Cody Snow finished with 20 points and Evan Jobst chipped in 18 for Taylor’s/Snow & Sons.

Youth hockey

Warriors at States

The FCHA Gilmore & Farrell Insurance Warriors went 1-2 in the Bantam Tier III State Championship Tournament over the weekend at the Foxborough Sports Center.

On Saturday, the Warriors split a pair of games, including a 3-1 win over Medford.

Miles Hiler (assist), Alec Jordan and Aurel Pydych scored for the Warriors, while Dalton Rice and Finnegan O’Connor combined for 30 saves in net.

Rice and O’Connor totaled a combined 43 saves in a 3-0 loss to Falmouth.

On Friday, the Warriors opened the tourney with a 3-1 loss to Needham.

Cassidhe Wozniak netted the lone goal, assisted by Alec Jordan. O’Connor turned aside 29 of 32 shots in goal.

FCHA evaluations

The Franklin County Hockey Association will hold travel-team evaluations today through March 27 for all age levels at Collins-Moylan Arena in Greenfield.

The evaluations are for mites, squirts, peewees, bantams and girls for the 2014-15 season.

The FCHA is looking to offer a minimum of two teams at each age level, affordable dues, loaner equipment, and discounts for goalies.

For more information visit

Youth soccer

U13 girls

Jessica Wrisley’s tally with under two minutes remaining lifted the Frontier Red Hawks over Ethan’s Eden, 6-5, in an Under-13 Girls’ Indoor Soccer League game Sunday at Allsport Arena in Northampton.

Natalie Denkiewicz registered a hat trick and Alicia Hancock added a goal and two assists for the winners.

Jenna Martin and Sarah Zoly played well defensively in front of goalkeeper Marisela Ackerman, who kicked out 21 shots.

U11 boys

FC Frontier used two goals and one assist from Tynan Creagh to defeat the Frontier Evil Monkeys, 7-6, in an Under-11 Boys’ Indoor Soccer League game Saturday at Allsport Arena.

Tanner Finch also scored twice, while Ben Zoly, Owen Zinnkeane and Avery Tuttle all netted a goal. Tuttle and Aiden Hernandez split the goalkeeping duties and combined for 35 saves.

Brady Burch led the Evil Monkeys with three goals. Rohan Edwards collected two goals and three assists, Colin Byrnes also scored and Cameron Wrisley and Dylan Robinson both notched an assist.

Dylan Martin and Jake Hanieski each made 15 saves.


IAS Academy

Indoor Action Sports will hold the IAS Baseball Academy on three dates in March.

The clinic, which will be coached by local area coaches and players and is open to kids ages 8 to 14, starts this Saturday and continues on March 22, and 29. All sessions run from 8:30 to 10 a.m. at the IAS Dome in Greenfield.

The camp will focus on all parts of the game. Cost is $55 for all three sessions, or $20 for a single session.

Players can register at or by calling IAS at 772-8665.

Adult softball

Montague Rec registrations

The Montague Parks & Recreation Department is accepting registrations for new teams interested in joining the Co-ed Adult Softball League.

The league is ASA sanctioned with umpires and team registration is $550. The season runs from May through August, and games are held on Monday and Thursday evenings.

Contact the Recreation Department for more details at 863-3216.


FCTS tourney

Franklin County Technical School will host its sixth annual Dodgeball Tournament on March 21 to benefit the school’s girls’ soccer program.

Teams are open to anyone and should consist of five players. Cost is $25 per team, with cash prizes of $200 and $100 for the top two teams. The double-elimination tournament begins at 6 and ends when one team remains.

Teams must register by March 18, and the tournament is limited to 42 teams.

To register, contact Dan Prasol at 863-9561 Ext. 233.

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