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Bulletin Board: Deerfield dumps Southwick, 6-3

Pipione's Sport Shop starting and losing pitcher Jon Fritz comes at a Greenfield Savings Bank hitter Tuesday at Campbell Field in Turners Falls, where his team fell to the defending-champion Bankers, 10-4, in a two-game best-of-three finals series sweep during Newt Guilbault Community Baseball League championship action.
Recorder/Micky Bedell

Pipione's Sport Shop starting and losing pitcher Jon Fritz comes at a Greenfield Savings Bank hitter Tuesday at Campbell Field in Turners Falls, where his team fell to the defending-champion Bankers, 10-4, in a two-game best-of-three finals series sweep during Newt Guilbault Community Baseball League championship action. Recorder/Micky Bedell Purchase photo reprints »

Mae Fydenkevez clouted a home run to lead Deerfield over Southwick, 6-3, in a Metro Softball League 18-and-under game Tuesday night in Southwick.

Becca Carkhuff had two hits and Amanda Deskavich and Hannah Adams both singled.

Deskavich hurled a complete game to earn the win.

Youth softball

GGSL Ponytail final

Teagan Cardaropoli collected two hits and pitched a complete game to lead Franklin Orthopaedic over the Diamond Dusters, 21-11, to win the Greenfield Girls’ Softball League Ponytail Division championship on Saturday at Murphy Park.

Rebecca Kucenski and Ashley Hasan also had two singles and Bridget Kenney chipped in a single for the champions.

Emily Young led the Diamond Dusters with hit three singles and one RBI, Juliana Rode added two singles with and RBI, and Allie Gorts contributed a single for the Diamond Dusters.

Suburban 12U

Mackenzie Pitiettieri walked with bases loaded to force in Amanda Fuller with the winning run as Frontier beat Agawam, 18-17, in a Suburban Softball League 12-and-under game Tuesday night at Zabek Field in South Deerfield.

Fuller went 3-for-3, Charlotte Doulette was 2-for-3 with a double, and Hannah Roche and Madison Fifield each singled. Grace Wesoloski earned the win in relief.

• Elsewhere, Southampton downed Greenfield, 16-3, at Murphy Park.

Gianna Conte had an RBI single, Mercedes Morales singled and Autumn Adams struck out four in three innings for Greenfield.

Tennis

Greenfield Tennis Cup

Chris Deszynski and Tim Prevost will meet today at 5:30 in the finals of the Greenfield Tennis Cup at the Beacon Courts.

Deszynski advanced Tuesday by defeating Rick Miner, 6-2, 6-1, while Prevost downed Chris Seaver, 6-2, 6-1, to earn his spot in the finale.

Junior League

The Greenfield Recreation Department Junior Tennis League is still accepting registrations for the upcoming season.

The league opens on Thursday and runs through Aug. 7 for boys and girls in grades 6 through 12. Play will run from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Davis Street Courts.

To register, call the Greenfield Rec Department at 772-1553.

Golf

CC of G women’s

The Country Club of Greenfield’s Women’s 18-Hole Golf Division held a Par-3 and Par-5 Tournament Tuesday morning.

Phyllis Canon won the A Division with a low gross 38, while Sue Sigda carded a 28 for low net.

B Division low-gross honors went to Sue McDonald at 39. Betty Howe and Anne Lyman tied for low net at 25.5.

Matt’s Men’s League

Matt Betsold carded a low gross of 36 and Ken Adams had a 30 for low net in the Matt’s Men’s Golf League Tuesday at Thomas Memorial Golf & Country Club in Turners Falls.

Betsold was closest to the pin on No. 7 (7 feet, 2 inches) and George Handschuh was closest on No. 9 (2-4).

Edge Hill Men’s

Dave Cote carded a low-gross 37 and posted the top A Division point quota of plus-6 in the Edge Hill Men’s Golf League on Tuesday in Ashfield.

Low net went to Jake Willis with a 35, while Lewis Goodnow was closest to the pin on No. 6 (6-8).

In the B Division, Jeff Carantit had the best point quota (plus-51/ 2) and low net (35) , while Butch Whitson shot a 45 for low gross.

Skins Game openings

There are still spots remaining for the Skins Game with PGA Pro Jason Dufner Friday at Crumpin-Fox Club in Bernardston to benefit the Jill Harrington-Hanzalik Memorial Foundation.

For more information, visit chaseyourdreams.org.

Co-rec softball

Greenfield League

Caleb Parker went 3-for-4 with two triples to lead Brad’s Place over Mesa Verde, 11-6, in a Greenfield Co-Rec Softball League game Tuesday night at Green River Park.

Nick Greene also went 3-for-4 for the winners.

Joe Guidaboni had a single, double and triple, Mark Ames was 3-for-4 with two double and one RBI, and Jill Cote had two hits for Mesa Verde.

• Elsewhere, Kristin Ouellette had two hits and drove in four runs to help Smitty’s Pub beat Beck’s Automotive, 12-5.

Matt Gilbert (double) and Mike Crochier both went 4-for-4 for the winners.

Uriah Bartlett doubled and Jess Bartlett singled for Beck’s.

• At Greenfield Middle School, Rob Escott went 5-for-5 with two RBIs and Rick Scoble added a single, double, homer and four RBIs as Hot-L Warren edged Victoria Bar, 16-13.

Justin Simpson went 4-for-4 with a double, Hilary Snow was 3-for-3 with a double and Cody Underwood went 2-for-2 with a homer for Vic.

• At Hillside Park, The Keewanee All-Stars ripped Main Street Bar and Grill, 17-6.

Andrew Russo went 4-for-4, Tasha Gilbert went 3-for-4, and Jake Earl went 2-for-3 with a homer for Keewanee.

Marshall Sisson homered and Don Mailloux had two hits for Main Street.

PV Women’s League

Keira Jerrold’s two-run single helped the Buckland Cubs defeat Ashfield, 6-4, in a Pioneer Valley Women’s Softball League game Tuesday night in Buckland.

Deb Lively went 3-for-3 with two RBIs and Sharon McGuinness also went 3-for-3 for the winners.

Kelsy Scranton homered and Sheri McCarty was 3-for-4 with a pair of doubles for Ashfield.

• Elsewhere, Buckland Brew Crew downed Shelburne Falls, 14-1, at Mohawk Trail Regional High School.

Alta Rice went 2-for-3 and Nichole Valeski had an RBI triple for Shelburne Falls.

Correction

Kirsten Ward struck out seven and recorded the pitching win as Greenfield defeated Turners Falls, 10-4, in a Suburban Softball League 14-and-under game Monday night.

Due to incorrect information provided to The Recorder, Ward was incorrectly identified as Olivia Young.

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