Bulletin Board: Frontier Youth captures pair of Super Bowl titles

Staff Reports
Published: 11/10/2019 10:36:48 PM

It was a Super weekend for the Frontier Youth Football programs.

Both the PeeWee and Junior Division teams captured Super Bowl victories over the weekend, capping standout fall seasons in the Suburban Amateur Football League.

Trailing late, Garrett Dredge forced a fumble that was recovered by Andrew Canepa to help set up Frontier for the game-winning score to win the Junior Super Bowl over the Franklin County Bulldogs, 12-8, on Saturday at East Longmeadow High School. 

Teddy Cyr and Shaddai Brantley scored touchdowns for Frontier in the win. 

The Frontier PeeWee team also captured a Super Bowl victory on Saturday, defeating South Hadley, 6-0. 

The win marks the first-ever Super Bowl for the Frontier Pee Wee team.

Riggins Kopcza rushed for the lone touchdown in the game, with the defense shutting down the South Hadley offense. 

Jaiden LaPointe, Konnor James, Billy Barbeau, Kodey Camp, Brody Whittle and Chase Greene all made multiple tackles on defense to force the shutout. 

Youth hockey


Asa Bouchard had a monster day for the FCHA Gillmore-Farrell Mite squad, scoring five goals and dishing three assists in an 11-9 win on Saturday. 

Bryce Zraunig had a pair of goals and assists in the win while Colin Galli and Mason Vasser each had a goal and two assists. 

Charlie Knight tallied two goals for Gillmore-Farrell and Blake Wadlick had two assists. 

Mike Mickiewicz made 66 saves on 75 shots faced. 



The Northfield Mount Hermon boys soccer team finished the regular season with an unblemished 14-0-3 record, the first time in school history the boys soccer team has been unbeaten through regular season play. 

The stellar start earned it the No. 1 seed in the NEPSAC Class A playoffs. The Hoggers host No. 8 Avon on Wednesday at 2 p.m.

• Peyton Pettiford-Rowan scored an unassisted goal that proved to be the game winner for the Northfield Mount Hermon girls soccer team in its 1-0 win over Williston on Saturday. 

Maria Echezarreta saved four shots for the Hoggers in the shutout. 

Deerfield Academy

In rivalry weekend action against Choate on Saturday, Deerfield Academy’s football team came away with a 20-14 victory. 

The Big Green and Choate boys soccer teams tied 1-1 while Choate earned a 5-1 win in girls soccer. 

Deerfield Academy earned a tight 3-2 triumph in volleyball and blew out the Choate field hockey team, 8-0. 


UMass hockey falls

The Massachusetts hockey team will likely move out of its No. 2 ranking this week after falling to unranked UNH, 3-1, on Sunday at the Whittemore Center in Durham. 

Mitchell Chaffee scored the opening goal of the game for the Minutemen (6-2-0, 2-2-0 HE), but the Wildcats scored two goal 13 seconds apart off the sticks of Ryan Verrier and Max Gildon to give UNH a 2-1 lead with 8:03 to play. 

The Wildcats tallied on an empty-netter late. 

UMass was 1-for-3 on the power play while Filip Lindberg stopped 26 UNH shots. 

The Minutemen look to rebound on Friday on the road against Boston University. 


Shelburne Falls

Ray Dodge rolled a 129 single score and 335 triple score, both the highs in the Thursday Night League at the Shelburne Falls Bowling Alley. 

Rachel Dodge had the women’s high single score of 119 and women’s high triple score of 303. 

In the Sunday Scotch Doubles on Nov. 3, Eric Wasileski and Mindy Goodin had the high single (122) and triple (322) scores. 

Jill Jablonski rolled the women’s high single score of 123 and women’s high triple of 315 in the Monday Night League. 

Tyler Griswold had the men’s high single score (127) while Erich Price rolled the men’s high triple score (345). 

Rob Escott had the high single score of 141 in the Tuesday Men’s League while Seth Miller’s 339 earned him the high triple score. 

Gail Johnston had the women’s high single (107) and triple (308) scores in the Wednesday Night League. 

Jimmy Herzig rolled the men’s high single score of 124 while John Eicholtz had the men’s high triple score with a 308. 

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