Bulletin Board: Greenfield middies win

Kirsten Ward and Kylee Monkiewicz both scored 8 points on Monday to lead Greenfield Middle School to a 34-12 win over Frontier Middle School in a girls’ basketball game at Goodnow Gymnasium in South Deerfield.

Greenfield improved to 2-0 with the victory.

Preps

Owls win tourney

Stoneleigh-Burnham School defeated Miss Hall’s School, 41-38, in the championship game of the 10th annual Stoneleigh-Burnham School Holiday Invitational Basketball Tournament on Saturday.

The win was the first time the Owls won their own tournament since the inaugural year in 2004.

The Owls opened the tournament on Friday afternoon with a 45-23 victory over Millbrook School, and followed that up with a 50-39 win over King School. C’Quoya Haughton and Ieva Jasponyte each had big games in the win over King.

Miss Hall’s defeated Cheshire Academy (51-49) and Vermont Academy (52-48) to reach the championship game.

“Our girls played hard and finished strong,” coach Jeff Conlon said. “We played tough competition throughout the tournament.”

Youth hockey

Bantams perfect

Cassidhe Wozniak scored twice on Sunday to lead the Franklin County Hockey Association Gillmore & Farrell Insurance Warriors to a 6-0 win over Westfield in a Greater Springfield League Bantam Division hockey game at Collins-Moylan Arena in Greenfield.

Christopher Urgiel, Alex Malinowski and Alec Jordan each had one goal and one assist for the Warriors. Aurel Pydych netted one goal, and Bryce Jordan chipped in an assist. Dalton Rice and Finnegan O’Connor combined to make eight saves for the shutout.

• On Saturday, Malinowski scored twice as Gilmore & Farrell defeated Westfield, 4-1, at Amelia Park Rink in Westfield.

Ethan LaFleur finished with one goal and one assist for FCHA, Mason Whiteman scored once, and Bryce Jordan and Alec Jordan each had one helper.

Rice and O’Connor combined for 19 saves.

Basketball

DRIVE Men’s League

Luke Martin scored 21 points, and Ben Johnson added 15 as Hillside Tents/Shelburne Farm & Garden defeated Noho, 71-64, in a DRIVE Hoops Men’s League basketball game over the weekend at Stoneleigh-Burnham School in Greenfield.

Ben Frutkin led Noho with 20 points.

• Also, Angelo Thomas poured in 34 points, and Troy Snell added a dozen to help Team DRIVE to a 90-80 win over Dunkin Donuts.

Pat Colvin led Dunkin with 23 points, and Tyler Lennox dumped in 19.

• Finally, Dan Donoghue piled up 36 points as Taylor’s Tavern/Snow & Son’s Landscaping defeatd Bruso Computer Solutions, 92-65.

Dave Donoghue added 21 points for the winners.

Matt Gibson paced Bruso with 25 points, and Jeremy Mankowski tossed in 13.

Soccer

IAS High School

Anders Paulsen scored two goals, including the game-winner with a minute left in overtime to lead Pioneer to a 2-1 win over Men In Black in the championship game of the Indoor Action Sports High School Soccer League Sunday in Greenfield.

Oliver Annson scored the only goal in the loss.

• In girls’ championship action, Hannah Berard scored once to help the Thunder to a 1-0 title-game victory over the Frontier Red Hawks.

IAS Youth Leagues

Gunner Nilson scored the game-winning goal in overtime to lead Windham United to a 1-0 win over Orange Bashing Bananas in the championship game of the IAS Under-14 Red Division Saturday in Greenfield.

• In the Under-14 Green Division championship, Max Olander and Jordan Washburn each scored as Northampton Blue Devils defeated Leland & Gray Rebels, 2-0.

• In Under-12 Blue Division title action, Camdyn Johnson scored in a shootout to lead the Orange Panthers to a 2-1 win over The Ninjas.

Johnson also scored once in regulation.

Jordin Hubbard netted the Ninjas lone goal.

• In the Under-12 Gold Division title game, Eric Bolognani scored twice as Windham United defeated Leland & Gray Rebels, 3-1.

Tiffany Speigel also chipped in a goal for the winners. Riley Barton netted the only goal in the loss.

• In the Under-10 Division title game, Owen Gallagher scored the game-winning goal in overtime as Brattleboro Storm edged Orange Black Ops, 3-2.

Jordy Allenbert scored twice for Brattleboro in regulation, while Cole Johnson had two goals for Orange.

IAS Co-Ed League

Isaac Bruce scored the game-winning goal in a shootout to lead Dank Chunder to a 3-2 win over Taylor’s Tavern in the IAS Co-Ed League championship game on Wednesday.

Erika Saffer netted two goals for the winners.

Nicki Haigh and Dan Guertin each scored once for Taylor’s Tavern.

IAS Men’s League

Seth Berggren and Garrett Postema each scored twice on Tuesday to lead Shake N’ Bake to a 4-3 win over Dean’s Beans in the IAS Men’s League championship game.

Denis Mueller scored twice for Dean’s Beans, and Dave Ewell netted one goal.

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