Bulletin Board: Smitty’s roars back, 13-12
Smitty’s Pub rallied for five runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to overtake Maniatty’s Real Estate, 13-12, in a Greenfield Minor League Major Division youth baseball game Thursday night at Lunt Field.
Colby Avery, who earned pitching win in relief, singled home Katie Haselton with the winning run.
Haselton finished with three hits, including a home run. Colin Brechenser also homered, Kyle White and Sam Smith added two hits apiece and Ethan Bryant and Joe Tobin doubled for Smitty’s.
Hunter Drost and Jared Hubbard each singled and doubled and Mike McGoldrick doubled for Maniatty’s.
• Elsewhere, winning pitcher Jack Loud went 3-for-3 with a double to power Denny’s Pantry over Gilmore-Farrell Insurance, 11-1.
Aiden Hubert went 2-for-2 with a pair or doubles and Dylan Allen had a single, double and two RBIs for Denny’s.
Nick Crocker ripped a triple, Jacob Bryant doubled and Tucker Scott contributed a single and an RBI for Gilmore-Farrell.
• Finally, Cameron Rice ripped single, triple and drove in five runs as Greenfield Elks Lodge downed New Fortune Restaurant, 14-6.
Winning hurler Troy Emond homered and knocked in three runs, and Joshua Gaulin was 3-for-4 with an RBI for Elks.
Anthony Holmes led New Fortune with two hits, including a triple, and two RBIs. Grayson Funk belted a homer, while Keith Bouchard and Mason Stafford doubled.
Justin Dobias and Carson Carlisle both had two hits as Pipione’s Sport Shop betsed Booska’s Flooring, 7-5, in a Newt Guilbault Communty League youth baseball game Thurday night at Campbell Field in Turners Falls.
Connor Waitkus added a hit and an RBI in support of winning pitcher Jon Fritz.
Marcus Sanders had two hits for Booska’s.
• Elsewhere, Jacob Sak smacked two doubles as Montague Elks Lodge edged St,. Kazimierz Society, 5-4, at Gamelin Field.
Bailey Young added a single and double and Gavin Rubio singled as Max Leh earned the mound win.
Vinnie Carme singled and drove in two runs, and Kyle Brunelle added two hits and one RBI for St. Kaz.
Gabe Smith turned an unassisted triple play for Northfield Green in a 6-6 tie with Erving in a Tri-County League Minor Division youth baseball game Thursday night at Zilinski Field in Erving.
Levin Prondecki had two singles for Erving.
The game was called after five innings due to darkness.
• Elsewhere, Robbie Kenyon, Jason Quinn and Brodie Williams all drove in two runs to lead Northfield Blue past Bernardston, 6-0.
Winning pitcher Sean Allen struck out six in three innings, and Kenyon earned the save with eight strikeouts in three innings of relief.
Tom Alber, Noah Uzdavinis and Rowan Blair all finished with two singles and a double to power Alber Hearing Services to a 22-1 Frontier Cal Ripken Major Division youth baseball win over Yankee Candle on Thursday night at Memorial Field in Deerfield.
Kyle Barnes and Nick Clark each added three hits in support of winning pitcher Ben Babcock.
Thomas Lyons and Adan Hernandez singled for Yankee Candle.
Greenfield Girls’ League
Teagan Cardaropoli doubled and drove in two runs to help Frankion Orthopaedic beat Conte Office Interiors, 10-7, in a Greenfield Girls’ Softball League Ponytail Division game Thursday night at Murphy Park.
Gem Cruz added a double and one RBI, and Johanna Guiod had a single and an RBI for the winners.
Novelyn Washington doubled and knocked in two runs, Ella Pierce added one hit and catcher Sadie Corey played well defensively for Conte.
Lily Harris-Hendry collected three hits and two RBIs as Northfield defeated Erving, 18-14, in a Tri-Couty League youth softball game Thursday night in Erving.
Zara Hervieux had two hits and four RBIs, and Lily Faille chipped in a single and two RBIs for the winners.
Lindsay Whiteman slapped an RBI double and Isabell May added two hits for Erving.
Frontier 18U meeting
A meeting for girls interested in playing for the Deerfield 18-and-under Metro League softball team will be held Sunday at 6 p.m. at Zabek Field in South Deerfield.
For more information, contact Bob Ouellette at 665-3657.
Teddy Bear tryout Sunday
Teddy Bear Pools of the men’s amateur Tri-County Baseball League will hold a tryout on Sunday at 1 p.m. Frontier Regional School in South Deerfield.
For more information, contact call Dan Abrahamson 413-695-9139 or Bill Buck at 413-427-8227.
Mykayla Coburn and Jenna Carme both went 4-for-4 to lead Kustom Auto Body to a 19-9 win over Between the Uprights in a Montague Co-Rec Softball League gaem Thursday night.
Matt Luippold had a double, triple, homer and four RBIs for the winners.
Cody Pease 3-for-3 with a homer and three RBIs and Brad Stafford was 3-for-3 with a triple for BTU.
Loomis scored eight runs in the first inning and held on to defeat Northfield Mount Hermon School, 8-4, in the first round of the Western New England Prep School Girls’ Softball Association Tournament on Thursday at Crossley Field in Gill.
Loomis used three hits, four walks and four NMH errors to build an 8-0 lead.
NMH battled back with three runs in the fifth, but could only manage one more run from that point.
Maura Joyce singled and doubled, Suki White had two hits and one RBI, Courtney Moriarty contributed two hits and Lauren Downes chipped in an RBI single for NMH (8-7), which outhit the Pelicans 8-3.
Maddie Spencer-Orrell, who held Loomis to no hits after the first innings, suffered the loss.
Caroline McGuire scored five goals for the NMH girls’ lacrosse team in a 13-11 loss to Groton School Wednesday.
Mary Newton added four goals and two assists for the Hoggers, while Cas Szwajkowski contributed a pair of tallies. Bri Young stopped 13 shots in goal.
NMH droped a 4-2 decision to Phillips Exeter Academy in prep baseball action Wednesday in Gill.
Matt Creonte pitched a complete game for the Hoggers (2-10), scattering six hits in the defeat.
Northfield Mount Hermon improved to 7-2 overall as it upended Wilbraham & Monson Academy, 15-25, 30-32, 25-10, 25-22, 15-12, in prep boys’ volleyball action Wednesday afternoon.
Yihao Yang, Matt Swiman, Carlos Gracida and Valentin Perez Diaz all won at singles and doubles to lead NMH to an 8-1 win Williston-Northampton School in boys’ tennis action Wednesday in Gill.
Old Home Days 5K
The Deerfield Old Home Days 5K Run/Walk Road Race will be held May 17 at 9 a.m.
Preregistration begins at 8 a.m. in the Frontier Regional School cafeteria, with the race to follow at 9 a.m.
Registration fees are $12 by May 8 and $15 after that date. Registration forms are available online at www.deerfieldma.us.
Prizes will be awarded to the male and female winners in the following categories: Youth (13 to 18), Open (19 to 39), Master (40 to 49), Senior (50 to 59) and Senior Plus (60+). Refreshments will be served.
Race proceeds benefit the Deerfield Recreation Department.
For more information, call Sue Antonellis at 665-1400 Ext. 107 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.