Bulletin Board: Orange’s Delaney Parker scores game-winning goal as Westfield State wins MASCAC women’s soccer title

  • Orange’s Delaney Parker receives the MASCAC Tournament MVP award from Westfield State President Dr. Linda Thompson following the Owls’ 1-0 win over Worcester State on Sunday. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO/WESTFIELD STATE ATHLETICS

Staff Reports
Published: 11/7/2021 7:56:57 PM

Delaney Parker and the Westfield State women’s soccer are dancing.

The first-year forward from Orange scored the lone goal of the contest, helping the top-seeded Owls earn a 1-0 win over No. 2 Worcester State in the championship game of the MASCAC women’s soccer tournament Sunday at Alumni Field in Westfield.

Westfield, which improved to 15-4-1 on the season with the win, earned an automatic bid into the NCAA Division III Tournament. The Owls will learn their destination and opponent on Monday at 1 p.m.

Parker, the nation’s leading scorer in NCAA Division III with 31 goals this season, tallied when senior Jenn Rennich lobbed a ball toward the penalty area. Parker ran on to it, beating the defender to the ball and firing a shot from the right side to the far post with 22 minutes left in the first half.

“It was just like a blur when it happened. I don’t really know how it went in, but when it did, pure bliss,” said Parker, who earned Tournament MVP honors.

Youth football

Franklin County Bulldogs

Jackson Puchalski, Bryce Zraunig and Casey Burke all scored touchdowns behind lead blocker Adrian Lara to lift the Franklin County Bulldogs past Frontier, 27-12, in a Suburban League PeeWee semifinal game on Sunday.

The Bulldogs will play Southbridge in the Super Bowl on Saturday at 9 a.m. in East Longmeadow.

Youth sports

Deerfield Rec. hoops

Deerfield Recreational Basketball is holding registrations for grades 1-through-9 on Tuesday from 5:30-6:30 at the South Deerfield Town Hall. 

Registration for grades 1 and 2 and 7-9 only will be on Monday, Dec. 6, from 5-6 p.m. at the Recreation Office at the South Deerfield Town Hall. 

The cost is $35 for the grades 1 and 2 instructional program and $60 for both grades 3-through-6 League Play and grades 7, 8 and 9 League Play. 

After Nov. 9 there will be a $10 late registration fee. No registration for grades 3-through-6 will be taken after the Skills Assessment on Nov. 15. Deadline for Grades 1 and 2 and co-ed grades 7-through-9 is Dec. 6. 

The grade 1 and 2 program is an instructional co-ed program that runs in January and February once a week. Grades 3-through-9 is a co-ed travel league, with practice once a week in December and games running from Jan. 8 until Mar. 12. 


Bri Clark rolled the women’s high single of 107 in the Monday Mixed League at the Shelburne Falls Bowling Alley this week. 

Karen Herzog rolled the women’s high triple of 288 while Steve Herzog recorded the men’s high single (122) and Chris Rice had the men’s high triple (321) score. 

In the Wednesday Mixed League, Rice rolled the men’s high single (136) and triple (342) scores while Angie Clark recorded the women’s high single (101) and triple (251) scores. 

Youth hockey

Owen Castine tallied a hat trick in FCHA Mite White’s 7-4 loss to Pioneer Valley Lightning on Saturday at Fitzpatrick. 

Lyla Burek also scored for FCHA while Same Edson made 20 saves in goal.

Dillon Chevrolet PeeWees

Sasha Savinov stopped 30 shots in net but the FCHA Dillon Chevrolet PeeWees dropped a 2-0 decision to Keene on Saturday.

The team also fell to the Springfield Yellowjacks Sunday, 5-2.

Savinov made 28 saves, while Carson Mialkowski and Ryan Spofford tallied. Zoey Duda notched an assist.


Bob Bateman and Norm LaCoy finished with the low gross of 39 after a match of cards against Don LaCoy and Jack Letourneau in the final round of the Timmons-Messer League on Wednesday at the Northfield Golf Course. 

George Northrop and Dan Castine won a match of cards against Matt Sykes and Andy Harrison to record the low net of 31. 

Northrop was the match medalist with a 40. 


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