Bulletin Board: Hickey leads Sirum to touch football title

Staff Reports
Published: 11/25/2019 9:13:26 PM

It was a dominant performance by Sirum in the Greenfield Touch Football championship game on Sunday, as quarterback Parker Hickey tossed two touchdown passes and ran in another to lead his squad over Hubie’s Tavern, 20-0, in the rain.

Hickey was named playoff MVP and Quarterback of the Year in the league.

Max Pirozhkov hauled in a 20-yard touchdown pass on the opening drive and Hickey connected with Chris Hart for a 6-yard score to extend Sirum’s lead. 

Hickey ran one in from five yards out in the fourth quarter to put the game away. Hubie’s quarterback Pat Viencek got his team in the red zone three times, but was never able to punch one in for a score. 

Cody Underwood, Alex Bourassa and Austin Watroba picked off passes for Hubie’s, with Zach French coming away with three sacks. 

For league awards, Cody Underwood was named Offensive Player of the Year and Jalen Sanders was awarded Defensive Player of the Year. Nick Aldrich was named the regular-season MVP. 

Malachi Roman was named Offensive Rookie of the Year and Cerious LeMoss earned Defensive Rookie of the Year. Chris Hart was awarded Wide Receiver of the Year, Austin Watroba was named Defensive Back of the Year, Jeremy Benz won Tight End of the Year, Zach French took home Defensive Lineman of the Year and Evan Rice was named the Top Offensive Lineman. 

Nick Kaham took home the honors of Most Improved Offensive Player and Shane Andrews took the same award home on the defensive side of the ball. Jake Field and Tom Field were awarded Comeback Players of the Year and Frosty’s Raiders won the Mike Markol Sportsmanship Award.

Schools

Four Rivers

Four Rivers Charter Public School is still seeking a Middle School basketball coach beginning Dec. 2 and ending Feb. 14. 

The school is looking for a positive, team-oriented coach who is available Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday afternoons for practices and games. Please contact Amanda McNamara at 413-775-4577 or amcnamara@frcps.org if interested.   

Youth hockey

FCHA

Bryce Zraunig scored two goals and Mason Vasser dished out two assists but it wasn’t enough to earn a win, as Gilmore-Farrell Mites fell to the Capitals, 7-4, on Monday. 

Asa Bouchard scored a goal and added an assist in the loss while Colin Galli had a goal and two assists. 

Blake Wadlick and Charley Knight had strong defensive efforts for Gilmore-Farrell. 

Michael Michewicz saved 46 of 53 faced shots. 

Racing

Berkshire Highlands
Pentathlon

Registration for the Berkshire Highlands Pentathlon is now underway.

The annual run, ride and paddle event (a 4.2-mile road/trail run, a 16-mile cycling leg, 2-mile kayak, a 2-mile adventure run, a mile hike to the top of the mountain and a downhill ski to the finish) at Berkshire East Mountain Resort is set for April 4. Registration is open with newly-reduced entry fees.

Visit www.bikereg.com/berkshire-highlands-pentathlon-runridepaddleobstacle-runsummit-hike-skiboard-descent for registration information.

Football

Thanksgiving Day tickets

Football tickets are available in advance at a discount in Athol and Orange for the Thanksgiving football game between Athol and Mahar at the Woodward Complex. 

Tickets can be purchased at Athol High School, Athol-Royalston Middle School, Athol Community Elementary School, Athol American Legion and Joe’s Barber Shop.

In Orange, tickets can be purchased at Highland Spirits and through Mahar Key Club members at the high school. 

Tickets are $7 in advance or $10 at the gate.




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