Bulletin Board: Martin aces CCG No. 15
Ryan Martin from Whately drained his tee shot on the 145-yard, 15th hole at the Country Club of Greenfield on Monday to record his first career ace.
Martin used a 7-iron and was witnessed by Steve Colby, Pat Merrigan and Kyle Norwood.
Greenfield Elks League
David Snow and Dave Bonnett lead the Greenfield Elks League with 45.5 points after play Wednesday at the Country Club of Greenfield.
John Kariddi and Stan Maynard sit in second place with 39 points. Shawn Coughlin was closest to the pin on No. 5 at 24 feet, 1 inch.
Bev LaBelle and Tony Warchol won the Ashfield Community Golf Club Tuesday Twilighter Couples League with 44 points.
Suzanne Willard and Roger Rice finished second with 41 points, and Norma LaBelle and Ward Kaiser took third with 40 points.
Ken Adams, Bruce MacConnell and Joe Spellmyer finished in a three-way tie during the season-ending playoffs with a point quota of plus-1 in the Knights of Columbus Golf League at Thomas Memorial Golf & Country Club in Turners Falls.
Jim Herzig won the 3-Club Tournament for those not in the playoffs with a point quota of plus-4. Tom Coffin, Bill Randall and Jim Thompson each finished plus-3 to take second. Herzig was closest to the pin on both No. 7 (6 feet, 9 inches) and No. 9 (14-4).
Hilda Worden was the top weekly point quota winner at plus-5 during the Thomas Memorial Ladies League Wednesday in Turners Falls.
Kate Dwyer and Deb Puchalski finished second at plus-4.
Dwyer was the top regular season finisher at plus-13 and qualified for the playoffs along with Dorothy Adams (plus-12), Barb Howey (plus-8) and Puchalski (plus-8). Adams won low gross on Wednesday with a 45, while Worden was closest on No. 7 at 8 feet, 1 inch. Worden and Adams tied for fewest putts at 16.
Edge Hill Ladies
Donna Forgea won the A Division with a 44 during the Edge Hill Golf Course Ladies League Wednesday in Ashfield.
Eileen Schneider won the B Division with a 52. Bobbee Low was closest to the pin on No. 10 at 39 feet, 4 inches.
Hemphill assists in win
Mackey Hemphill assisted on the only goal of the game on Tuesday to lead Wesleyan University to a 1-0 win over Roger Williams University in a college field hockey game.
Hemphill, from Gill, stole the ball near midfield with 12 minutes, 50 seconds left in the first half and ran the field before passing across the net to goal-scorer Hannah Plappert.
Hemphill also added three shots in the season-opening win.
TF field hockey fundraiser
The Turners Falls High School field hockey team will hold its annual can and bottle drive on Sept. 20 from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. at Ruggeri’s Redemption Center on Deerfield Street in Greenfield.
Anyone living in the Gill-Montague School District that would like players to pick up returnables during this time is asked to contact coach Megan Gilbert at firstname.lastname@example.org with address and location of cans and bottles.
Donations may also be dropped off at the rear of Ruggeri’s.