Bulletin Board: Sadowski rescues Teddies, 6-5
Andrew Sadowski’s run-scoring double in the bottom of the seventh inning helped Teddy Bear Pools overtake St. Joseph’s, 6-5, in a Tri-County League men’s amateur baseball game Wednesday night at Herlihy Park in Whately.
St. Joseph’s had taken a 5-4 lead in the top of the seventh when Matt Anziano’s grounder knocked in Russ Lloyd.
In the bottom of the frame, Kyle Platner led off with a single up the middle. Justin Carey laid down a sacrifice bunt but a high throw to second got away, allowing Platner to scamper to third. Platner then scored the tying run and Carey moved up to second on a wild pitch. Then Sadowksi blasted a gapper to right-center field and Carey was able to jog home with the winning run.
Sadowski and Platner each finished with two hits, and Brad Bean drove in a pair of runs for Teddy Bear (2-0).
Jon Bagley doubled, homered and knocked in two runs for St. Joe’s. Chad Adams added two hits and one RBI.
Sam Tilliona earned the win in relief of Joey Larson. Kevin Dupras fanned eight and walked two in the loss.
Teddy Bear hosts Sampson Chapels of Springfield today at 5:45 p.m. at Valiton Field in South Deerfield.
The Erving Eagles completed an unbeaten regular season with a 10-8 win over Northfield Blue in a Tri-County Cal Ripken Baseball Major Division game Wednesday night at Zilinski Field in Erving.
Ryan Bergmann doubled and homered, winning hurler Jared Bergmann (10 strikeouts) added a homer, and Jivason Reil doubled for Erving.
Jacob Quinn led Northfield with three hits and one RBI, and Jude Lindale, Patrick Thayer and Sam Cahill singled.
• In Minor Division play, Jason Quinn went 3-for-3 with three RBIs and fanned six in three innings for the win as Northfield Blue bested Bernardston, 8-2.
Sean Allen was 2-for-2 with two RBIs and Robbie Kenyon singled and homered.
Kenyon fanned six in three innings of relief for the save.
Jaden Whiting smacked a single and homer to help Greenfield Savings Bank defeat Montague Elks Lodge, 7-3, in a Newt Guilbault Community League youth baseball game Wednesday night at Gamelin Field in Turners Falls.
Jack Putala and Michael Patnode both roped a two-run homer for GSB.
Bailey Young roped two triples, Gavin Rubio had an RBI single and Trevor Lapinski singled for Elks.
• Elsewhere, Connor Waitkus singled, homered and had three RBIs as Pipione’s Sport Shop upended St. Kazimierz Society, 8-3.
Jon Fritz also homered, and Carson Carlisle, Andy Craver and Justin Dobias all chipped in two hits each.
David Carey singled for the only St. Kaz hit.
Montague 10s tag sale
The Montague 10 & under tournament baseball team is having a tag sale to raise money to cover the cost of their tournaments on June 21 at Campbell and Gamelin Fields in Turners Falls.
The tag sale will take place from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. Anyone interested in donating items to be sold can call 413-834-2698 or 413-824-0901.
Jordan Loughman finished with three hits and three runs scored as Akey Insurance defeated Ashfield, 7-1, in a Franklin County Babe Ruth baseball game Wednesday night at Abercrombie Field in Greenfield.
Brendan Emond finished with two hits and three RBIs in the win, and Christian LaPlante collected three hits. Nate Mousseau pitched five innings for the win. Kyle Quintana earned the save.
Riley DuPree drove in Jared Taylor for the lone run in the loss.
Bryan Baumann singled, doubled and drove in two runs on Wednesday to lead New England Greenscape to a 8-4 win over Hadley Young Men’s Club in a Cal Ripken 50/70 baseball game in Sunderland.
Donovan Hoffman finished with two hits and two runs scored in the win, and Dylan Apanell doubled and scored once. Ryan Antes and Tynan Creagh each singled. Ben Morse and Creagh each pitched well in the win.
Annie Johnson struck out nine Wednesday to lead Erving to a 7-4 win over Brattleboro in a Tri-County League softball quarterfinal playoff game Wednesday in Erving.
Isabelle May, Sydney May and Hailey Jackson each had two hits for Erving, which advanced to tonight’s semifinals, where it will take on Northfield at 5:30 at Pioneer Valley Regional School.
• Elsewhere, Vernon, Vt., beat Hinsdale (N.H.) White, 11-10, in the continuation of their suspended quarterfinal game from Tuesday.
Kylee Smith’s infield single scored Hannah Perlberg from second with the winning run.
Aliyah Kimball homered in support of winning pitcher Maggie Lonardo.
Vernon advances to play Hinsdale Blue tonight at 5:45 in Hinsdale.
Tina Reid finished with one hit and one RBI to lead Pipione’s Sport Shop to a 8-7 win over Conte Office Interiors in a Greenfield Girls’ Softball League game Wednesday at Murphy Park in Greenfield.
Angie Bonaiuto finished with one hit, one RBI and two runs scored, and Karlie Porter struck out seven in the complete-game win.
Alexis Antonellis registered one hit, one RBI and a run scored for Conte, Samantha Santos singled and scored, and Sadie Corey finished with two hits, one run and one RBI.
Lily Lesieur roped an RBI triple to help the Colrain/Heath Panthers beat the BSE Huskies, 12-5, in a Hilltown Softball League.
Isis Moon and Erykka Henry each added a double and Sarah Herzig played well defensively for Colrain/Heath.
Mike Stempel hit a game-winning triple in the bottom of the sixth inning to lift OPT/The Body Shoppe to a 8-7 win over Vic Bar in a Greenfield Co-Rec Adult Softball League game Wednesday at Green River Field.
Cassie Kazar went 3-for-4 in the win, while Jake Conway went 2-for-3 with a pair of doubles and an RBI.
Ben Banash went 4-for-4 in the loss, and Mariah Crossman went 3-for-5.
• Elsewhere, Rick Weissman went 4-for-4 with a double and one RBI to lead Mese Verde over Team Allure, 14-8.
Joe Guidaboni went 3-for-4 with one RBI, Mike Cole singled, doubled and drove in three runs, and Leanne Emond was 2-for-3 with an RBI for Mesa.
Evan Rice went 3-for-3 with a double, two triples and two RBIs, and Brian Ginnity collected a double, triple and an RBI for Allure.
At Greenfield Middle School, Ian Leonard went 4-for-4 and Megan Parker added two hits as Brad’s Place downed R.C. Pratt, 18-8.
Rich Burgh collected two hits and Ray Mailloux doubled for R.C. Pratt.
Greenfield Elks League
Dick Golosh and Sharon Rawson are tied with David Snow and David Bonnette for the overall lead with 301/ 2 points after Wednesday’s play in the Greenfield Elks Golf League at the Country Club of Greenfield.
Dave McDonald and Keith Schempp are third with 271/ 2 points. Schempp was closest to the pin on No. 5 (6-10).
K of C League
Ed Kerswig Jr. recorded a plus-10 for top point quota honors in the Knights of Columbus Golf League on Wednesday at Thomas Memorial Golf & Country Club in Turners Falls.
Tom Coffin and Joe Spellmeyer each finished at plus to tie for second.
Kerswig was closest to the pin on No. 7 (12 feet, 8 inches) and Stephan Smith was closest on No. 9 (39-2).
Thomas Memorial women’s
Cheri McIntosh and Hilda Worden tied for top point quota at plus-4 in the Thomas Memorial Women’s Golf League on Wednesday in Turners Falls.
Deb Puchalski was third at plus-3.
Sally Malloy carded a 50 for low gross, while Dorothy Adams was closest to the line on No. 6.
Edge Hill women’s
Robin Hartnett and Terry Rae combined for a 99 to finish first in the Blind Partner Draw during the Edge Hill Golf Course Ladies League on Wednesday in Ashfield.
Betty Graves and Joanne Sherburne took second at 103.
Hartnett came closest to the pin on No. 6 (22-7).
Diane Griffin carded a 43 for low gross in the Replay One Shot Tournament during the Crumpin-Fox Ladies Golf League Wednesday in Bernardston.
Terry Boyce was second with a 46.
Low net went to Peg Barnes with a 34, followed by Elaine Goodhind at 35.
Griffin was closest to the pin on No. 3 (5-9) and Boyce was closest on No. 9 (33-11).
CCG women’s 18-hole
Sue Welenc and Phyllis Canon tied for low net at 70 in the Women’s 18-Hole Golf Division at the Country Club of Greenfield on Tuesday morning.
Teresa Varner recorded the fewest putts with 31, while closest to the pin on No. 5 went to Sally Roberts (13-2).
Edge Hill men’s
Dave Cote had the top point quota in Division A with a plus-6 in the Edge Hill Men’s Golf League on Tuesday in Ashfield.
Bill Buck carded a 42 for low gross and came closest to the pin on No. 6 (19-3). Craig Leonard had a 36 for low net.
Mike Earl’s plus-71/ 2 was the best point quota in Division B, and he carded a 43 for low gross. Rob Williams’ 37 was good for low net.
Matt Men’s League
Russ Kimball was a triple winner in the Matt’s Men’s League on Tuesday at Thomas Memorial Golf & Country Club in Turners Falls.
Kimball carded a 37 for low gross, a 27 for low net and came closest to the pin on No. 7 (12-2).
Dave Katz was closest to the pin on No. 9 (9-2).
George Handschuh and Jon Snow lead the league with 251/2 points.