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Bulletin Board: Snow-Bonnette enjoy Elks Golf League lead

David Snow and David Bonnette hold a 31/ 2 point lead in the Greenfield Elks Golf League after Wednesday at the Country Club of Greenfield.

Snow and Bonnette have 27 points, while the second-place tandem of Bob Walker and John Kaczenski stand at 231/ 2 points.

Snow was also closest to the pin on No. 5 (6 feet, 5 inches).

K of C League

Ethan Daly won the nightly individual point quota with a plus-9 in the Knights of Columbus Golf League on Wednesday at Thomas Memorial Golf & Country Club in Turners Falls.

Tom Coffin placed second at plus-9. Bruce MacConnell came in third at plus-5.

Ed Kerswig Jr. was closest to the pin on No. 7 (1-8) and Jim Herzig was closest on No. 9 (3-9).

Thomas Memorial Ladies

Sally Malloy carded a low-gross 41 to highlight a big evening in the Thomas Memorial Ladies Golf League Wednesday in Turners Falls.

Malloy tied with Dorothy Adams for top point quota at plus-3, and also had the longest drive on No. 5.

Hilda Worden finished third at plus-2. Deb Puchalski came closest to the pin on No. 7 (6-3).

Edge Hill Ladies

Robin Hartnett carded a 45 for low net in the A Division of the Edge Hill Ladies Golf League Wednesday in Ashfield.

Peggy Warwick won the B Division with a 50.

Joanne Sherburne was closest to the pin on No. 10 (4-8).

Youth basketball

DRIVE leagues

George Felogloy scored 22 points to lead Hubbard Heating & Cooling to a 56-53 victory over Hinsdale, N.H., in a Boys’ Junior Varsity Basketball League game Tuesday night at Indoor Action Sports in Greenfield.

Justin Hubbard added 15 points for the winners.

Ryan Boggio led Hinsdale with 15 points.

Elsewhere, Austin Lieber drained a game-high 21 points Tyler Martin 12 chipped in 12 Whitney Fencing downed Frontier, 61-25.

Kyle Spencer finished with 14 for Frontier.

Finally, Hadley used 14 from John Earle to get past Noho, 50-41.

Devin Kellogg was Noho’s top scorer with 12.

• In Boys’ Middle School play at Indoor Action, Max Charest scored 8 points to help the Amherst Lions defeat the Hill Street Concrete Rockers, 55-35.

Clayton Garland had 9 and Zack Fox 8 for Hill Street.

Elsewhere, Turners Falls received 15 from Marcus Sanders and 14 from Tyler Lavin in a 56-32 verdict over Frontier.

Hunter Campbell netted a game-high 17 for Frontier.

• In Girls’ Middle School play at Greenfield Middle School, Raegan Hickey threw in 14 as Greenfield defeated Frontier in overtime, 24-20.

Ava Harper led Frontier with 6.

Also, Amanda Mickiewski’s 26 powered Noho over Turners Falls, 46-22.

Lexi Waldron bucketed 6 points for Turners.

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