Bulletin Board: Franklin Tech softball throws combined no-hitter against Mahar

Staff Reports
Published: 4/26/2022 8:19:13 PM

The Franklin Tech duo of Hannah Gilbert and Lilly Ross were dealing in the circle on Tuesday against host Mahar. 

The two pitchers combined to throw a no-hitter, Gilbert striking out nine in four innings before Ross got three outs in the fifth, to secure a 15-1 five-inning victory in a Franklin County League East contest in Orange. 

Gilbert cracked a pair of triples and a single, driving in three runs for Franklin Tech (7-1, 3-0). Cordelia Guerin had a pair of hits and RBIs, Kylee Gamache had a hit and an RBI, Keira Stevens had a pair of hits and Kaitlin Trudeau also hit safely in the win. 

Saylor Kegans went the distance and struck out two for Mahar (0-7, 0-5). Hayden Comeau scored the lone Senator run on a double steal in the fourth inning. 

Boys volleyball

Frontier 3, Longmeadow 0 — The Redhawks’ unbeaten campaign continued on Tuesday. 

Tavo Vincent-Warner set a great game, registering 19 assists as Frontier earned a 25-13, 26-24, 25-14 sweep of the Lancers in South Deerfield. 

Jesse Kurkulonis put down 12 kills and three aces for the Redhawks (7-0). Aleks Carey tallied eight kills and three aces, Ngawang Deter had a pair of kills and aces and Payton Sladeski came up with 18 digs in the victory. 

Youth baseball


Josh James tallied three hits, Luciano Stoffolano and Tommy Shivane each had two hits and Jovani Borgos drilled a triple as Bobby C’s beat Ruggeri’s, 10-2, on Monday. 

Quest Peterson had a triple, Pheonyx Maynard had two hits and Emerson Maxam hit safely in the loss for Ruggeri’s. 

Frontier Youth 

Oscar Holmes smashed two hits while Colin Galli, Noah Poreda and Ben Baker each tallied an RBI in VFW’s 8-4 win over Delta Sand and Gravel on Monday. 

Mark Brennan, Evan Maio, Noah Brown and Luke Savage all knocked base hits in the loss. 


CCG results

Chris Eugin and Donna Woodcock tied for first with scores of 24 in a Best 6 Holes contest in the Monday Night Women’s League at the Country Club of Greenfield. 

Lora Gross won the Nancy Lopez Flight with a 26, Lori Grover (28) took first in the Lorena Ochoa Flight, Dee Racz (27) took the JoAnne Carner Flight and Bonnie Duprey (30) won the Annika Sorenstam Flight. 

■ The foursome of Terry Boyce, Gail Miller, Janet Small and Suzie Parker tied with Diane Carme, Donna Woodcock, Ann McHugh and Anne Lyman for the top score in the Opening Scramble in the Women’s 18 Hole League, both groups shooting a 69. 


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