Bulletin Board: Kalina Pease (four hits), Gilmore & Farrell score GGSL victory

Staff Reports
Published: 5/10/2021 8:51:12 PM

Kalina Pease went 4-for-4 at the plate, as Gilmore & Farrell Insurance racked up 18 hits en route to a 6-0 win over Emblem Club in Greenfield Girls Softball League Lil Nippers action Monday at Murphy Park.

Adie Abercrombie and Bristol Stevens also aided the G & F offensive effort.

Lenyx Therien and Izzy Allen led the way defensively for Emblem Club.

■ The Martin sisters came up big at the plate for Precision Driving on Monday. 

Ainsley and Addison Martin each had four hits while Ava Martin had two hits to lead Precision to a 4-0 win over Franklin First Credit Union in a Lil Nippers contest. 

Samantha Rider had a pair of hits for Franklin First while Dani Zraunig hit safely. Mila Phelps played well in the field.

■ In action from Friday night, Grace Laurie drilled a home run and added a single to help propel Pipione’s Sport Shop to a 15-12 triumph over Camelot Carpet Cleaners. 

Avery Savage and Autumn Thornton hit safely in the win while Autumn Thornton struck out a pair of batters in the circle. Jamilyn Sears, Libby Amstein and Sandra Johnston played well in the field for Pipione’s. Tayler Bergeron retired six batters in the loss and hit one out of the park on the offensive end. 

Chloe Bigelow, Kayden Viencek, Ava Killeen, Bianca Reynolds and Charlie Knight each had a hit for Camelot. 

Youth baseball

Mohawk Youth

Skyler Steele went 3-for-3 with a home run and struck out 14 on the mound to lead Bath Fitter to a 7-1 win over Colrain on Sunday in a Mohawk Youth baseball contest. 

Grayson Bishop was also 3-for-3 in the win, hitting a triple and a home run to go along with three strikeouts on the mound. Cyrus Cranston hit safely in the win. 

Mason Bassett recorded six K’s on the mound for Colrain. Mason and Cole Bassett each doubled while Alvin Richardson scored Colrain’s lone run. 


Kiwanis and Sheriff Outing

The foursome of Mike Waidlich, Rick McDonald, Matt Ainsworth and Nick Mulvaney had the low gross score of 58 in the Men’s Division Flight of the Kiwanis and Sheriff Outing at the Country Club of Greenfield on Monday. 

Butch Hawkins, Ryan Hawkins, Tom Blanchard and Bill Martin’s squad had the low net score of 53. 

In the Mixed and Women’s Division Flight, the foursome of Doug Fontaine, Domingas Fontaine, John Missale and Eugene Rice had the best gross score of 70 after a match of cards while Sue O’Connor, Mamer Kostanski, Donna Woodcock and Karen Sacco had the best net score of 57. 

Matt Bete and Gail Miller won closest to the pin on Hole No. 2. Bete was 10 feet, three inches away and Miller 34 feet, two inches away. Mulvaney and Tilly Clark won longest drive on No. 3. 

JAWM annual tourney

Junior Achievement of Western Massachusetts (JAWM) will host its 23rd Annual Golf Tournament on June 4 at the Crumpin-Fox Club in Bernardston. 

The event will incorporate social distancing initiatives to keep golfers and everyone attending healthy. 

Participants can enjoy online bidding for the auction through June 3 and live bidding at the event. Businesses can sponsor the tournament and will receive a prize package valued at over $200. For more information visit jawm.org/annual-golftournament.


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