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Clay Court benefit tourney moved to Davis Street Courts

The Greenfield Clay Court Preservation Tournament scheduled for today has been moved to the Davis Street Tennis Courts in Greenfield.

The time has been moved back to 10 a.m. and matches will begin shortly after. The change was made due to the wet conditions of the courts.

Cost is $20 for Greenfield Tennis Association members and $30 for non-members. The event is an open doubles event. Players register as individuals and will be randomly assigned a first-round partner. Lunch will be provided and play will continue until midafternoon.

For more information contact Larry Klein at 413-824-8129.

Greenfield Tennis Cup

Registrations are being accepted for the Greenfield Tennis Cup from June 16 to 19 at the Beacon Field Tennis Courts in Greenfield.

The tournament is a singles format (best of three sets) with separate divisions for men and women. Players ages 15 and older are eligible to play. All matches start at 5:30. Cost is $10 per player plus a can of unopened tennis balls.

The winner of each division gets a $25 gift certificate to sponsor Shelburne Falls Coffee Roasters, while the runners-up in each division get a $15 gift certificate.

Deadline to register is Sunday at 6.

For more information and to register contact Rick at 413-863-4428.

Youth baseball

Northfield Blue to finals

Northfield Blue advanced to the championship of the Cal Ripken Baseball Minor Division playoffs on Friday night with an 11-7 win over Erving.

Robbie Kenyon struck out 11 in four innings of work to earn the mound win. He also scored three times. Ethan Hatch added an RBI single for Blue.

Northfield Blue will face Northfield Green on June 21 at 10 a.m. at Northfield Elementary School for the title.

High schools

Tennis All-League

Eleven boys and nine girls from Franklin County were named to the boys’ and girls’ All-League teams.

Here’s a look at each team:

Boys: Tri-County League

Greenfield — Paris Felogloy, George Felogloy, Stefan Walker, Patrick Crowningshield, Ben Westerman, Brayten Stack, Nick Brandl.

Turners Falls — Dennis Gheorghita, Alex Gheorghita, Spencer Hubert, Sam Danford.

Girls: Tri-County League North

Frontier — Shelby Telega, Olivia McCulloch, Ashley Barrington, Peter Bronke.

Greenfield — Manisha Malik, Alexis Silk, Courtney Kimball.

Mohawk — Nelly O’Connell.

Turners Falls — Kelly Rehorka.


Greenfield Suburban signups

The Greenfield Youth Football League will hold signups for the upcoming season today, as well as June 21 and 28, and July 12, 19 and 26 at the Montague Police Station from 10 a.m. until noon.

Players can also sign up at Beacon Field in Greenfield every Wednesday evening from 5 to 7 p.m., weather permitting.

Players in grades 3 through 8 from all surrounding towns are eligible for the team and every player is guaranteed two quarters of playing time and all equipment is provided. Seventh- and eighth-graders have a half-price registration fee.

For any questions contact Debbie at 863-2565.

• The team will also hold a pair of fundraisers at the end of June: a Bingo Night on June 26 at 6 at the Montague Elks Lodge; then a bottle and can drive at Ruggeri’s in Greenfield on June 28 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.


EDGE Summer Clinic

The EDGE Basketball Clinic will run in two sessions from June 30 through July 11.

The first session runs from June 30 to July 3 and the second session runs from July 7 to July 11. Each day runs from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.

The clinic is open to players in grades 3 through 9 and costs $120 for the first week and $150 for the second. Players attending both weeks will get $10 off per week and families with multiple children attending will get the $10 per week discount. The objective of the clinic is to teach fundamentals, skills, concepts of basketball and to have fun.

For more information contact Alyn Hastings at 413-863-5007 or email to coachhastings@comcast.net.

Track & field

PV pole vault school

The Pioneer Valley Pole Vault School in Bernardston is open by appointment for individual and group lessons through the fall with negotiable rates.

Lessons will be taught by Pioneer Valley Regional School track and Northfield Mount Hermon pole-vault coach Jim Bell, himself a Masters pole vaulter.

For more information, contact Bell at 413-648-8929.


Summer clinics

For anyone interested in playing ultimate this summer, please consider the following opportunity: a Summer Ultimate Intensive held at Four Rivers Charter School from June 30 through July 3 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Open for ages 12 through 16, this will be a fun summer camp that includes a July 3 field trip. For more information, visit http://www.fourriverscharterorg/sports_ultimate.php.

Also, every Thursday at 6 p.m., there will be a free pick-up game behind Greenfield High School, open to all ages and skill levels.

Please contact Terry Plotkin at terryplotkin@ gmail.com with any questions.

Adult softball

Montague Co-Rec

Jason Bohonowicz went 4-for-4 with two home runs and four RBIs on Thursday to lead Between the Uprights to a 22-6 win over Main Street Bar & Grill in Montague Co-Rec Adult Softball game at Green River Park in Greenfield.

Scott Curtis went 4-for-4 with a home run and four RBIs in the win, and Jen Murphy went 3-for-4.

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