Bulletin board: Opening day results for youth leagues

  • The Greenfield Girls Softball League kicked off its season Saturday morning with a parade and games at Murphy Park. STAFF PHOTO/CHRIS LARABEE

Staff Reports
Published: 4/24/2022 8:01:22 PM
Modified: 4/24/2022 7:59:57 PM

Olivia Lemay tallied 11 strikeouts and a triple to lead Camelot Carpet Cleaners past Descavich, 12-4, in Greenfield Girls Softball League opening day action at Murphy Park in Greenfield on Saturday. 

Madison Lemay, Kayden Viencek, Kaylin Sevoin, Chloe Bigelow, Emilie Cleveland and Madison Ross all hit safely in the victory. Charlie Bishop and Chloe Cusson pitched well while Ameliya Galbraith and Abby Moffatt played well in the loss. 

• Elsewhere, Pristine Orientals and Gilmore and Farrell played to a 4-4 tie on Opening Day in Little Nippers action on Saturday at Murphy Park. 

Addison Abercrombie and Savannah Thomas each tallied three hits while Hailey Sadler and Hayden Sadler both had two hits for Pristine Orientals. Charley Deane and Elise LaPrad both had two hits and Kendall Bernard smacked a double for Gilmore and Farrell. 

• Lindsey Hawkins and Rian Farrell each had four hits while Ella Worden had three hits to lead the Elks past Precision Driving, 8-4, on Saturday. 

Ivy Bettencourt and Alaina Toothaker both cracked four hits while Anabelle Marciano hit safely twice for Precision. 

• Samantha Suhl, Mila Phelps, Shaye Tyler and Dani Zraunig each recorded two base hits in Franklin First Credit Union’s 2-1 win over Freedom Credit Union on Saturday. 

Emerson Russell, Kami Beck and Harper Kingsbury all had three hits in the loss. 

• In its second game on Saturday, Franklin First fell 8-5 to Emblem Club, with Kalina Pease and Leah Batiste each going for three hits and Paisley Beck knocking two hits in the victory. 

Tyler and Zraunig both had three hits while Amelia Waldron had a base hit in the loss.

• Grace Laurie struck out nine and Autumn Thornton had a pair of strikeouts as Pipione’s came away with a 13-5 win over Triton Automotive in a Ponytail contest on Saturday. 

Avery Savage, Max Luippold and Carson Farrell each had a double in the victory. 

Raine Wonsey pitched the entire game for Triton while Charlie Knight, Lexi Hawkins and Hayden Brechenser played well in the loss. 

Youth baseball


Caleb Dillensneider had himself a day for Maniatty’s during Greenfield Minor League Baseball’s opening day on Sunday. 

Dillensneider threw a complete game, striking out 10 and surrendering one hit. At the plate, he blasted a two-run shot over the left field wall as Maniatty’s came away with a 2-1 win over Gilmore and Farrell in Majors action. 

Nico Siano and Bodie Burke each singled in  the victory. 

Chase Zraunig allowed just three hits on the mound for Gilmore and Farrell while Cody Yetter had a strong game behind the plate. Zraunig scored the lone run in the loss. 

• Also on Sunday, Maniatty’s earned a 9-3 win over New Fortune behind three doubles and four RBIs from Dillensneider, two hits from Carter Gerry and hits from Burke and Ben Johnson. 

Grayson Thomas and Burke combined to throw a two-hitter in the win. 

Wayde Bardwell smacked a two-run double while Sam Bucala singled in the loss. Osi Ballard, Brody Welcome and Desmond Drake all pitched for New Fortune. 

• Casey Burke struck out 13 in five innings work to lead Smitty’s to a 14-1 win over Rotary in AAA action on Sunday. 

Bryce Zraunig hit a home run, doubled and singled while Isaac Tripp had two hits and Jayden Lackey, Dylan Collins-Harrison, Brody Gilbert and Liam Bassett hit safely for Smitty’s. 

Sean Winslow, JJ Bones and Lucas Allenby each tallied three hits for Rotary. 

• Corbin Pease had a triple and a pair of singles while also pitching two innings as Liberty Tax beat Ruggeri 5-2 on Sunday. 

AJ Holder scored a pair of runs and Leo Leitner-Markert had a run in the victory. 

Conor O’Connell had three hits while Brody Suhl and Jay Philstetler tallied two hits in the loss. 

Newt Guilbault 

Evan Wright and Chase Greene each had an inside-the-park home run as Turners Falls Athletic Club defeated Greenfield Savings Bank, 18-3, on Sunday on Opening Day of the Newt Guilbault League.

Tyreek Rivera tossed two scoreless innings in the win. Trevor Lyons smashed a double that brought in two runs for GSB. 

• Davis Burnett hit an inside-the-park home run and a double while Jaiden Lapointe had an inside-the-park home run and three doubles as Booska’s defeated St. Stan’s, 25-1, on Sunday. 

Austin Platek struck out six and Malcolm Tyler got on with a walk in the loss. 

High schools

The Frontier JV baseball team came up with a 16-5 win over Greylock behind a pair of hits and RBIs from Tyler Cusson. 



The foursome of Michael Duclos Jr., Matt Pitoniak, Steven Patenaude and Michele Hazlett took first with  a score of 133 at the Country Club of Greenfield’s opening weekend ABCD tour nament over the weekend. 

Michael Duclos, Mike Plager, Howard Natenshon and Ann McHu gh took second with a 135 while Tom Herzig, John Missale, Nick Crocker and Danica Hochstetler settled for third with a 137. 

Deerfield scores

Both DA lacrosse teams picked up wins over Taft on  Saturday, the boys winning 9-5 and the girls coming away with a 13-10 victory. 

In softball, the Big Green earned a 10-0 triumph against Taft. DA baseball played a doubleheader against Dexter-Southfield, losing the first  game 19-2 but winning the second game, 8-5. 

The Big Green came up with a 6.5-3.5 win over Taft while both the boys and girls rowing teams beat St Mark’s and Brooks. DA’s boys tennis team fell to Andover, 6-1. 


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