Bulletin Board: Bergeron-Hosey win 2-Ball
Tom Bergeron and Jim Hosey fired an 11-under-par 61 to run away with the Crumpin-Fox Club Senior Open Two-Ball Wednesday in Bernardston.
Dick Simmons and Tim Rice tied with Jim Ruschioni and Jon Curran at 69, while Dave Crisafulli and Dan Benoit were fourth with a 72.
Low net went to Bill Young and Bob Martin with a 63. Al Scully and Ernie Manfordini placed second with a 64, while Chet Kugler and Gene Kugler came in third at 65.
K of C League
Steve Vinelli posted a plus-3 for top point quota in the Knights of Columbus League Wednesday at Thomas Memorial Golf & Country Club in Turners Falls.
Rocky Barbuto and Bill Brown tied for second at plus-2.
Ralph Mankowsky was closest to the pin on No. 7 (5 feet, 4 inches). Steve Brown was closest on No. 9 (28-7).
Thomas Memorial Ladies
Sally Malloy and Nancy Browning tied for best point quota at plus-1 in the Thomas Memorial Ladies Golf League in Turners Falls Wednesday.
Malloy carded a 42 for low gross.
Barb Howey had the fewest putts with 18.
Matt’s Men’s League
Ken Graves cared a 37 for low gross and Andy Wyngowski’s 29 was good for low net in the Matt’s Men’s Golf League on Tuesday at Thomas Memorial in Turners Falls.
Geoff Bryant was closest to the pin on No. 7 (6 feet, 1 inch).
Ken Adams and Jeff Miller lead the league with 12 points.
Edge Hill Men’s
Dave Cote and Matt Vandale tied at plus-3 for best point quota in the A Division of the Edge Hil Men’s Golf League on Tuesday in Ashfield.
Vandale carded a 39 for low gross. Cote and Jake Willis tied for low net at 33.
Bob Champigny had the top point quota in the B Division with a plus-3. Mike Earl posted a 47 for low gross and Peter Zale scored low-net 34.
GMS over Bratt
Jake Suhl threw 6 2/ 3 strong innings with five strikeouts and no walks to lead Greenfield Middle School over Brattleboro Middle School, 4-2, in baseball action Wednesday in Brattleboro, Vt.
Max Charest led the Greenfield offense with three hits and two RBIs, Nate Haselton added a RBI single, and Ben Hernandez played outstanding defense at second base, starting a 4-6-3 double play in the seventh inning.
Owen Phelps recorded the final out for the save.
GMS beats Pioneer
Olivia Joy struck out 11 to earn the complete-game win in Greenfield Middle School’s 9-1 win over Pioneer Middle School in softball action Tuesday in Northfield.
Abi Corey went 3-for-3 with one RBI and Audrey Bresciano was 3-for-4 with a triple and one RBI for the winners.
Jared Bergmann finished with three hits and three RBIs as the Erving Eagles blanked Northfield Blue, 15-0, in a Tri-County League Major Division youth baseball game Wednesday night at Zilinski Field in Erving.
Tyler Zilinski added two hits and one RBI, and Gaelen Mast chipped in a double and two RBIs in support of winning pitcher Jakob Burnett, who fanned eight and allowed two hits in four innings.
Losing hurler Jacob Quinn (11 strikeouts) doubled and Sean Damon singled for Northfield.
Connor Waitkus, Justin Dobias and Jon Fritz combined on a no-hitter as Pipione’s Sport Shop whitewashed St. Kazimierz Society, 15-0, in a Newt Guilbault Community League youth baseball game Wednesday night at Campbell Field in Turners Falls.
Waitkus led the offense with three hits, including a grand slam home run, and eight RBIs. Jon Fritz had two hits and four RBIs, and Andy Craver logged two hits for Pipione’s.
• Elsewhere, Montague Elks Lodge needed seven innings to beat Greenfield Savings Bank, 7-3, at Gamelin Field.
Glen Sumner doubled and Max Leh, Derek Helmes and Gavin Rubio all added a single for Elks. Graham Pezzatti picked up the win in relief. Starter Bailey Young fanned 13.
Mike Patnode belted a game-tying, three-run homer in sixth for GSB. Jack Hamilton added a pair of doubles and Jake LaBelle had a single.
Corbin Blight led a balanced attack with two doubles, a single and two RBIs as Jankowski bested Cahillane Auto of Northampton, 18-5, in a Cal Ripken Baseball 50/70 game at Ryan Road School in Northampton on Wednesday evening.
Shawn Telega (double) and Sam Dadmun each added three hits, Sam Battisti and Nick Jarvis both had two hits, Ito McMillan homered and knocked in three runs, and Jared Vielmetti-Perusse contributed a double and three RBIs for the winners.
Brett Robinson worked four innings to earn the mound win.
• Elserwhere, New England Greenscape downed Northampton Police Association, 10-4, in Sunderland.
Bennett Pitcher led the NEG offense with a double, homer and six RBIs, Tynan Creagh chipped in a double and two RBIs, and Bryan Baumann had a single and double.
Garrett DeForest registered 10 strikeouts to get the win. Dylan Apanell added three strikeouts in relief.
Greenfield Girls’ League
Pitcher Olivia Whittier recorded 10 strikeouts and smacked three hits at the plate, including a triple, to lead Crocker Communications to a 12-4 win over Pipione’s Sport Shop in a Greenfield Girls’ Softball League Ponytail Division game Wednesday night at Murphy Park.
Lily Van Baaren added a single and homer for the winners.
Raquel Provost led Pipione’s with three hits and Angie Boniauto contributed a single and double.
Eva Pruitt-Dahl collected two hits and one RBI and Lily Harris-Hendry added a single and two RBIs to help the Northfield Cougars edge Hinsdale (N.H.) White, 15-13, in a Tri-County League youth softball game Wednesday night in Northfield.
Olivia Tangelinan belted two homers and drove in six for Hinsdale.
Grace Ward smacked a home run to help the Hawlemont Camo Crushers defeat the Colrain/Heath Panthers, 15-12, in a Hilltown Softball League game Tuesday night in Colrain.
Abby Sinistore added a double and triple, while winning pitcher Jaxon Palmer doubled. She also struck out six.
Lilly Lesieur, who fanned eight batters in the loss, led the Colrain/Heath offense with a double. Mya Lesieur, Kaitlyn Randall and Maggie Charlton all added a single.
Maddie Spencer-Orrell went 3-for-4 with a double and five RBIs as Northfield Mount Hermon School cruised past Worcester Academy, 16-3, in a prep softball game Wednesday in Gill.
Courtney Moriarty was 4-for-5 and scored three times, Lauren Downes added two hits and Julie McClellan of Gill played well defensively for the Hoggers. Spencer-Orrell struck out five and allowed five hits to record the win.
NMH (8-6) qualified for the Western New England Prep School Girls’ Softball Association Tournament and will host Loomis-Chaffee School today at approximately 4:30 p.m. in the first round.
Alex Bloom’s three goals weren’t enough for the NMH boys’ lacrosse team as it dropped as 9-5 verdict to Westminster School on Wednesday in Gill.
Isaac Lipton and Peter-Owen Hayward each added a goal and Christian Heidelberger chipped in two assists for the Hoggers.