Bulletin Board: Mother’s Day Plant Sale to support Frontier baseball team

Staff Reports
Published: 5/3/2021 10:11:20 PM

The second annual Fairview Farms Mother’s Day Plant Sale to support Frontier baseball will be held on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. outdoors at the South Deerfield Senior Center. 

There will be a wide selection of 10-12 inch hanging baskets and patio pots along with various annuals, round pots and bedding plants. 

Safety and social distancing measures will be in place. 

Youth softball

GGSL

Addison Martin smacked four hits and Lily Marciano added a trio of hits to help Precision Driving School edge past Elks Club, 2-0, in Greenfield Girls Softball League Lil Nippers action Monday at Murphy Park.

Elks Club received four hits from Lexi Hawkins, while Raine Wonsey also had a hit.

■ Dani Zraunig went 4-for-4 at the plate, McKenzie Hardy drove in three runs and Amelia Waldon had a strong game in the field to lead Franklin First Credit Union to a 6-4 win over Emblem Club in Lil Nippers action. 

Lenyx Therien and Emma Tuttle each hit safely for Emblem. 

■ Azariah Stebbins and Savannah Brown combined for five hits and each knocked in an RBI as Gilmore and Farrell pulled out a 2-0 victory over Freedom Credit Union in a Lil Nippers contest. 

Kamryn Beck, Miley Frey and Maisey Miller played well in the field for Freedom. 

Buddy Baseball

The 27th season of Buddy Baseball is kicking off Saturday at Greenfield Middle School. 

Buddy Baseball is a program for individuals with disabilities ages six and up and is designed to teach and practice the basic skills of softball and baseball. 

To insure safety, each player will need a buddy from their household to assist with skills during games. 

The season runs on Saturdays from May 8 through June 19 from 9:30-11 a.m. Pre-registration is required and the program is free this year thanks to a donation in memory of the founder of Buddy Baseball, Thomas Roberts-Wierzbowski. 

Anyone interested in helping to coach can contact Pam Roberts (413-625-2402 or Pamro@aol.com). To register, visit www.greenfieldrecreation.com and for more information, contact the Greenfield Rec Department at 413-772-1553. 

Golf

CFC Scramble

The team of Keith Burch, Gene Cetto, Peter Jenkins and Rich White finished with the top gross score of 60 during the Crumpin-Fox Club’s Member’s Opening Scramble on Sunday. 

Dave Donoghue, Mike Doherty, Bill Hill and Croky Sysun took second with a gross 64 followed by the team of Erik Barnes, Scott Dorval, Dave Lively and Michelle Burch in third with a gross 65. 

Terry Boyce, Shane Powell and Jake Tokarz won the tie break for top net score of 52 over the team of Joe Imelio, Cliff Kaiser, Gene Kugler and Ryan Cetto. 

In third place with a net 54 was Chris Connelly, Sean Bayer, Josh Waldron and Chet Kugler. 

Burch took home closest to the pin on the men’s side with a shot six feet, two inches from the hole. Jill Rogalski won it on the women’s side with a shot 10 feet, three inches away. 

Drew Philie won longest drive on the men’s side, doing so on the 14th hole. Waldron took home the longest drive title on the 10th hole on the women’s side. 

Hole-in-one at Thomas Memorial

Richard Heath had a shot he’ll never forget at the Thomas Memorial Golf and Country Club on Sunday. 

Heath nailed his first-ever hole-in-one, doing so on hole No. 16. The shot came from 132 yards out and he used a 5-iron to do it.

Leslie Heath, Nancy Browning and Brian Browning witnessed the feat.




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