Bulletin Board: Paulin goes deep in tie
D and D Drywall and Tognarelli Heating and Cooling played to a 12-12 tie in a back and forth, four-inning contest shortened by darkness Tuesday night.
For D and D, Marcus Paulin Jr. had a two-run homer, then belted an RBI, game-tying double in the bottom of the fourth inning. Max Morgan had two hits and got on base in front of Paulin to score the tying run. Jake Croteau and Michael Zager each contributed hits.
For Tognarelli, Aiden Fulton belted two hits as did Daniel Lenois, who knocked in what was then the go-ahead run in the top of the fourth.
• Dylan Demers had two RBI triples, Austin Demers had an RBI double and triple, and Cody Houghton added two hits as Freedom Credit Union beat Rotary Club Tuesday night, 15-5. Ryan Demers was the winning pitcher. Gabe Voudren had a three-hit night for Rotary.
•Trevor Kuchieski was the winning pitcher and added two hits, as the 99 Restaurant eat Aubuchon Hardware, 13-10. Ian Simpson contributed a single and a double for 99, and Alex Sulda belted a double for Aubuchon’s.
The Deerfield Royals beat Turners Falls, 4-1, Tuesday at Turners Falls.
Brandon Royal had a hit and two RBI, Rohan Edwards and Brendan Butz each added a hit and an RBI for Deerfield. Brady Finch had two hits, and Cameron Wrisley and Kyle Begos each contributed hits for the Royals. Royal, Edwards and Jake Whitney each struck out three Turners Falls batters.
Mowry and Schmidt Bernardston defeated Winchester, 11-5, Tuesday at Pratt Field in Bernardston.
In a four inning contest that was shortened by darkness, Ryan Potter got the win, going the distance and striking out 12. Offensively, Tanner Rowe and Potter were both 2-for-2.
• Jalen McGraw led the way for Northfield Green Tuesday night, going 3-for-3 with a grand slam and throwing a complete game with 12 whiffs as the Green beat Northfield Blue, 11-4. Robby Wood contributed a single and a three-run double, Hunter Haughey had a triple and a single, and Gabe Smith and Jacob Balzer each had a single.
For the Blue, Jason Quinn singled and doubled, Brody Williams doubled and knocked in two runs, Sean Allen doubled and Ethan Hatch and Robby Kenyon each had a single. Kenyon and Allen each pitched three innings, and combined for 10 Ks.
The Northfield Cougars beat Hinsdale White, 8-4, in four innings Tuesday in Northfield.
For Northfield, Olivia Hammond, Jasmine Terounzo and Haleigh Mills each contributed two singles. The winning pitcher was Tayla Sadlowski, who had eight strikeouts. For Hinsdale, Olivia Pangelinan had a single and an RBI. Angelina Natdaillo added a single.
• Erving defeated Brattleboro, 13-12, in Erving. Mercedes Bailey, Samantha Thorpe, Haley Bastarache, and Dylan Burnett each had two hits, with Burnett’s triple knocking in the winning runs in the bottom of the fifth.
The Hawlemont-Rowe Camo Crushers beat Ashfield, 15-14, at Hawlemont Elementary School Tuesday in Charlemont.
For the Camo Crushers, Cassidy Upton, Abby Sinistore, and Grace Ward each had two singles, with Ward collecting the game-winning RBI. For Ashfield, JackieWells and Ashley Lacross each contributed two singles, and Sage Spitzer belted a triple.
Charlie Richardson went 3-for-3 with a double and three RBIs, Anna Marhefka went 3-for-4, and Jen Murphy had two hits, including a double, as Beck’s Automotive beat OPT and the Body Shoppe, 4-2, at Hillside Park Tuesday evening.
• Elsewhere, Mesa Verde defeated Wilkinson, 17-11, at Green River Park as Mike Cole was 3-for-3 with two doubles, Mark Ames was 3-for-4 with a double, Leanne Emond had two hits and and RBI, and Pete Winslow pitched in with a single and knocked in a run for Mesa Verde.
Brett Matuszko was 3-for-4 with two dingers and four RBI, Kevin Downes was 3-for-3 with two triples, and Crystal Wilkinson had two hits for Wilkinson.
CC of G Ladies
The Tuesday Morning Ladies League held a gross and net tournament at the Country Club of Greenfield.
The gross winner in A division was Phyllis Canon, who posted an 82. The net winner was Nancy Donoghue with a 70.
In B division, the gross winner was Anne Lyman with a score of 105. The net winner was Mary McNally with a 75.
Edge Hill Men
In Mark Graves Men’s League A-division action at Edge Hill Golf Course in Ashfield Tuesday, Bill Shanahan won the point quota with a plus-5, Matt Vandale was closest to the pin at 11 feet, 10 inches, Bill Shanahan had low gross with a 38, and Phil Sherburne took the low net with a 33.
In B division, Charlie Plesner had a good day, taking the point quota at plus-6, closest to the pin at 25 feet, 5 inches, and the low gross with a 43. Brett Sallee and Mike Earl each posted low-net 33s.
For anyone interested in playing ultimate this summer, please consider the following opportunity: a Summer Ultimate Intensive held at Four Rivers Charter School from June 30 through July 3 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Open for ages 12 through 16, this will be a fun summer camp that includes a July 3 field trip, July 3. For more information, please visit http://www.fourriverscharterorg/sports_ultimate.php
In addition, every Thursday at 6 p.m., there will be a free pick-up game behind Greenfield High School, open to all ages and skill levels.
Please contact Terry Plotkin at terryplotkin@ gmail.com with any questions.
Worcester State University’s Dane Jobst has been named MASCAC Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year.
The Athol native and standout basketball player finished his senior season averaging 16.5 points and 13.4 rebounds per game to go with a stellar 3.91 GPA.
“I would like to credit my parents for the remarkable upbringing, the professors I’ve had throughout my undergraduate career along with the guidance from past coaches, coach Lindberg, coach Coen, and the rest of the Athletics Department,” remarked Jobst.
With his undergraduate career now behind him, Jobst plans to attend Roger Williams to attain a master’s degree in public administration with a concentration in government management.
Taylor at NCAAs
Frontier Regional School graduate Tilly Taylor, who is now a junior at MIT, finished fifth in the javelin at the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships, winning an All-American award. Taylor set a new personal best and MIT school record at the meet with a throw of 44.39 meters (145 feet, 7 inches).