Bulletin Board: Opening Crumpin Scramble
John Shea, Rachel Grabelsky, Mitch Akey and Terry Boyce shot a 61 to win the Opening Scramble at Crumpin-Fox Club in Bernardston over the weekend.
Three teams — Dick Simmons, Bruce Phillips, Ann Corrinet and Diane Griffin; Mike Covey, Keith Burch, Martha Stiles and Rich Carroll; and Tim Brandl, Brian Deane and Tim Hubbard — tied for second with a 65.
Boyce won the ladies closest to the pin on No. 11 at 29 feet, 7 inches, while Bill Young was closest to the pin on No. 9 to win the men’s competition at 15 feet, 6 inches.
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Mike Johnson and Nate Burdick shot a 68 to win the KMP Shootout at the Country Club of Greenfield on Sunday.
Nate Luippold and Mat Eaton tied Jared Ewart and Eaton, as well as Johnson and Alex Siano for second with a 71.
Kevin O’Connell and John Stacy won low net with a 64. Luippold and Ewart tied Luippold and Chris Cole for second net with a 65.
Jared Ewart and David Donoghue shot a 68 to win low gross at Saturday’s Bucky Bash at the Country Club of Greenfield.
Matt Eaton and Jamie Crocker came in second with a 69, while Mike Kuchieski and Patrick McGuire took third with a 70. Patrick Varner and Jeremiah Bayer won low net with a 64. Matt Pitoniak and Scott Lyman tied for second with a 66 along with Norm Morris and Brian Luippold, while JJ Kells and Mark Styspeck took fourth with a 67.
Cushing Academy scored five times with two outs in the seventh inning to come from behind and take a 7-5 victory over Northfield Mount Hermon School in prep baseball action Saturday in Gill.
NMH pitcher Sam Kasten was strong for 6 2/ 3 innings of work but with two outs and nobody on in the seventh inning and trailing 5-2, Cushing came to life and five hits, two walks, one wild pitch and one error later and Cushing was leading the game.
NMH is now 2-5 on the season and hosts Worcester Academy today at 4:30.
Jordan Dow registered nine points Saturday as NMH defeated Kimball Union Academy, 10-2, in a boys’ prep lacrosse game in Meriden, N.H.
Dow scored five goals and assisted on four others to have a hand in nine of the Hoggers’ 10 goals. Briton Barge added three goals and one assist, Alex Bloom collected one goal and one assist, Paul Butler chipped in a goal, and Christian Heidelberger picked up two helpers.
NMH ran its record to 6-1 on the season with a pair of boys’ prep volleyball victories Saturday in Wallingford, Conn.
The Hoggers defeated Phillips Exeter Academy, 25-23, 27-25, 25-27, 25-11, and defeated Phillips Andover Academy, 25-10, 25-10.
Cheshire Academy won the top three singles matches and captured the game-deciding point at doubles to edge NMH, 4-3, in a boys’ prep tennis match on Saturday.
Cheshire won two of the three matches at doubles to earn its fourth point of the afternoon after taking the top three singles matches. NMH also won three matches at singles. Matt Swiman won at fourth singles, Santy Torres Guiza won at fifth, and Ned Roosevelt captured the point at sixth singles.
GMS bests Mohawk
Olivia Joy struck out eight in seven innings of work Friday to lead Greenfield Middle School to a 24-2 softball win over Mohawk Middle School.
Samantha Smith went 4-for-5 with a double, two RBIs and five runs scored. Audrey Bresciano went 3-for-4 and fell a home run shy of hitting for the cycle. She knocked in five runs and scored four times. Raegan Hickey doubled and finished with three RBIs and two runs scored, and Nicole Miner went 2-for-4 with a triple and four runs scored.
EDGE at Hoop Rootz
The EDGE grades 8 and 9 boys’ basketball team suffered a 41-35 loss to South Shore in the title game of the Hoop Rootz Boston Breakout Tournament over the weekend at the Reggie Lewis Center in Boston.
The EDGE sent three teams to the tournament and the grades 8 and 9 team went 3-0 to make the title game before falling to South Shore to wind up in second place. Hunter Cote paced the team with 10 points per game, while Brendon Emond added 8 points per game.
• The grades 6 and 7 team went 2-1 on the weekend with a 41-36 victory over NH Flight and a 44-35 win over Mt. Elite. Tyler Hastings scored 12 points per game for EDGE, Garrett Cote added 10 points per game, and Zak Fox played well defensively.
• The grades 10 and 11 team finished 1-2 and with its lone win coming as a 61-46 victory over the North Shore Bobcats. Brad Hastings led the team with 29 points per game, including his tournament-high 41-point effort in a loss to Mass Rivals that was spearheaded by a 6-for-10 effort from behind the arc, and a 11-for-12 effort at the free throw line. DJ LaZelle added 9 points per game for the EDGE.