Bulletin Board: Reeves-Henning powers Four Rivers to win
Jackson Reeves-Henning poured in 31 points on Wednesday and Four Rivers Charter School opened the boys’ basketball season with a 56-54 overtime win over Eagle Hill School in Hardwick.
Eagle Hill hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer to send the game to overtime and then went up five in the extra frame. The Otters came back on the strength of hitting eight consecutive free throws en route to the victory.
Kyle Bergmann finished with 7 points in the win, while Kai DeLorenzo and Sullivan Fraser each added 6.
Four Rivers heads to the Putney School on Friday.
Thomas Brouillet shot the largest doe to date of the 2014 Massachusetts shotgun deer hunting season.
The Phillipston resident brought a 162-pound doe into Grrr Gear in Orange on Tuesday, one of seven deer reported on the day.
Grrr Gear led the way with three checks, including an eight-point, 130-pound buck brought in by Craig Bassett from Orange.
Sunderland Hatchery reported a nine-point, 120-pound buck shot by Harlan Bean from Haydenville.
Here’s the complete list from Tuesday:
Grrr Gear (3)
Darin Brooks, Petersham, 142, 4; Craig Bassett, Orange, 130, 8; Thomas Brouillet, Phillipston, 162, doe.
Richard Grab, Deerfield, 95, 2; Harlan Bean, Haydenville, 120, 9.
Jere Nelson, Northfield, 130, doe.
Michael Gardner, Orange, 100, doe.
Indoor Action Sports is accepting registrations for a pair of upcoming soccer events:
• The Makenzie Goode Memorial Co-Ed Soccer Tournament will take place on Dec. 28 from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m.
The tournament is 6 vs. 6 and open to adults 16 & up. Cost is $30 per player and a team must have a minimum of six players. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Makenzie Goode Scholarship Fund.
• The IAS Winter First Touch Soccer Clinic will be held on Dec. 27 and Dec. 30 from noon until 3 p.m.
The clinic is open to players ages 8-16 and players can register for one session or both. The clinic is run by Jake Thurber of FC Mass and Matt Schiffer of the Quabbin Soccer Academy.
Players can register by going to www.indooraction.com or by contact Bill at email@example.com or 772-8665.
Amherst College clinic
The Amherst College Baseball Winter Instructional Clinic will take place in January.
The Hitting Clinic will take place on Jan. 13 from 6:15 until 8 p.m. at the Calvin Coolidge Cage and will be divided into two age groups (9-13 & 14-16). The Pitching & Positional Play Clinic will take place on Jan. 15 from 6:15 until 8 p.m. and the clinic will be divided into the same two age groups.
Cost for one session is $60 and both sessions are $110. To register for the clinic, go to Amherst College baseball page. For questions call 542-2284.
The Hampshire-Franklin Baseball Umpires Association will conduct instructional classes for candidates for membership on eight Sunday evenings from January through March. No class will occur on Super Bowl Sunday.
The instructional course begins on Jan. 12 and runs from 6 to 8 p.m. at Deerfield Elementary School. Candidates must be 18 years of age or older and the fee is $50.
For more information contach Artie Burke at 863-2452 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.