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Bulletin Board: Farrell, Cote, Conant, Zraunig, Provost win Bucky Memorial

Tim Farrell, Scott Cote, Brodie Conant, Matt Zraunig and Bob Provost shot a 56 to win the Bucky O’Brien Memorial Golf Tournament at the Country Club of Greenfield on Friday.

Kevin Piecuch, Zach Lieberman, Jason Yuryan, Nate Luippold and Jared Ewart came in second with a 59.

Shaun Fleming, John Fleming, Marty Martinez, Al Griffin and Ken Modzelsky tied Sue Welenc, Nancy Donoghue, Kathie Fahey, Terry Boyce and Diane Griffin for low net with a 53.

CFC Ladies

Terry Boyce shot a 39 to win low gross during the Crumpin-Fox Club Ladies League Wednesday in Bernardston.

Mace Foehl came in second with a 40.

Deb Putnam and Therese Romano tied for low net with a 30, and Elaine Goodhind placed third with a 32. Liz Dolby was closest to the pin on No. 9 at 15 feet, 3 inches.

• On Tuesday, Terry Boyce and Diane Griffin shot a 32 to win the 2-Person Scramble during a makeup session of the Ladies League.

Lora Gross and Elaine Goodhind came in second with a 33. Griffin was closest to the pin on No. 3 at 19 feet, 8 inches, while Boyce was closest on No. 9 at 13-1.

Ashfield Ladies

Diane O’Connell shot a 42 to win low gross in the A Division of the Ashfield Community Golf Course’s Thursday Morning Ladies League.

The tournament was a “Re-do two putts” format. Cindie Stetson won low net with a 35.

Bev Williams won the B Division with a 48, while Connie Szelewic won low net with a 38.


Officials course

The Hampshire-Franklin International Association at Approved Basketball Officials Board 28 will hold new candidate classes beginning on Sept. 25 at Smith Academy.

Anyone interested in officiating high school or middle school basketball games in Franklin and Hampshire Counties should sign up and attend the classes, which will prepare individuals to take the two-part IAABO National New Candidates Exam on Nov. 3.

The cost is $160 and includes rule book, materials and national exam fee.

For more information contact Michael Churchill at

Road race

Northfield season finale

Bob Bezio won the 13th and final race of the season during the Northfield Summer Road Race Series on Thursday night.

Bezio was one of 34 runners taking part in the season finale and he crossed the finish line in 20 minutes flat to win. Nathan Santerre came in second in 20:38, Jamie Whitbeck took third at 21:45, David Genest came in fourth at 21:48, and Bob Emberley took fifth at 21:55.

Angela Schecz won the women’s race in 24:51, Joy Whitbeck took second in 24:57, Cassandra Bigelow placed third in 25:26, Diana Genest placed fourth in 26:06, and Carly Skorupa took fifth in 27:33.

Bezio won the season title for the men’s side, while Cassandra Bigelow won the women’s division.

Don Maynard Memorial

The 20th annual Don Maynard Memorial 5-mile Road Race and 3-mile Walk will take place Sept. 20 at 9:30 a.m.

The race begins and ends at the Green River Swimming & Recreation Area in Greenfield.

The first 100 registered participants will get a free T-shirt. Entry fee is $20 for the run and $14 for the walk. Registration forms can be picked up at the YMCA or the Body Shoppe in Greenfield, or by contacting Chuck Adams at 522-6688. Participants can also register online at

Mud run

The third annual “Your First Mud Run” will take place at Holyoke Community College on Sept. 28 at 10 a.m.

The race covers two miles and features numerous obstacles such as wall climb, tires, jump ropes and a mud pit. The event is open to the whole family and is a good practice for those interested in running something larger, such as the Tough Mudder or Spartan Race. Every participant will get a T-shirt and a medal, and pictures and other gear will be available.

For more information, contact Brad at 201-891-4115 or email to To register go to

Youth soccer

Greenfield Rec registration

The Greenfield Recreation Department is still accepting registrations for its youth soccer programs this fall.

Deadline to register is Friday before a $5 late fee will be added.

The Pee Wee division is open to boys and girls grades K-2 and is a small field 3 on 3 program that introduces players to the sport. The league meets on Saturdays from Sept. 6 through Oct. 25 from 9:30-10:30 a.m. at the Green River Swimming & Recreation Area. Cost is $30 for residents and $35 for non-residents.

The Travel Soccer Junior Division is for grades 3-4 and the Senior Travel Division is for grades 5-6. Each division practices one night per week and plays games on Saturdays from Sept. 6 through Oct. 25 from 9-10:15 a.m. Cost is $45 for residents and $50 for non-residents.

To register or for more information go to or call 772-1553.

Deerfield Rec registration

The Deerfield Recreation Department will sponsor youth soccer programs for children in grades K through 6 this fall.

Registration will be held Thursday and Tuesday from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at Town Hall in South Deerfield. Registration forms can also be found online at

Registration fee is $50 per child.

For more information, contact the Recreation Department at 413-665-1400 ext. 107 or

Youth field hockey

Union 38 intro program

Deerfield Rec will conduct the Union 38 Introduction to Field Hockey program for girls in grades 3 through 6 from the towns of Deerfield, Whately, Sunderland and Conway.

The focus of the program will be on skill development with game scenarios later in the season.

Sticks, shin guards and balls (with a deposit) will be provided to the first 35 girls who register. Players are encouraged to wear a mouthguard.

Practices will be held on Sundays from Sept. 14 through Oct. 19 from 4 to 5 p.m. at Memorial Field in South Deerfield.

Fees are $10 for registration and $50 for equipment deposit. Parents are asked to write separate checks for each (equipment deposit checks will be returned at the last session, when all equipment is returned).

Registration forms available online at

For more information or to register, contact the Rec Office at 665-1400 Ext. 107 or email to

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