Bulletin Board: Pioneer Valley Tire takes home GMLB AA title 

Staff Reports
Published: 6/16/2022 8:44:21 PM
Modified: 6/16/2022 8:42:06 PM

It took extra innings to name a champion in Game Three of the GMLB AA championship series between Pioneer Valley Tire and Ruggeri’s. 

Riley Gray tied the game up 6-6 for PV Tire in the bottom of the sixth and knocked in the game-winning run with a double in the bottom of the sixth to lead Pioneer Valley Tire to a 7-6 victory and win the series, 2-1. 

Charlie Dillensneider scored the game-winning run after reaching on a single. Adrian Lopez and Toby Campbell pitched well in the win. 

Brody Suhl and Emerson Maxam each knocked three hits while Quest Peterson had three hits, including a double, and pitched three innings for Ruggeri’s. 

Aubuchon 6, Smitty’s 1 (Wednesday, AAA championship series)

Aubuchon: Madax Shurman (pitched four innings, double at plate), Jed Niquette (pitched two innings), Teddy McCarthy (double)

Smitty’s: Ben Shivone (pitched), Casey Burke (run)

Youth softball

Pipione’s 17, Descavich 4 (Thursday)

Pipione’s: Autumn Thornton (5 ks), Grace Laurie (6 ks), Avery Savage (2 hits), Jamilyn Sears (2 hits), Morgan Deluca (2 hits) Carson Farrell (hit), Brooke Welcome (hit), Sarah Beckwith (hit)

Descavich: Charlee Vera (hit), Chloe Cusson (hit), Bailey Cusson (hit), Lily Marcinao (hit), Kendra Steiner (hit)

Colleges

O’Sullivan takes home hardware

Westfield State’s Amy O’Sullivan has been named the 2022 Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year as voted on by the athletic directors from around the conference.

The Greenfield High School graduate was a three sport athlete with the Owls. In cross country, she was the MASCAC Runner of the Year after helping lead Westfield State to a team championship. In indoor track she was a three-time MASCAC champion in the mile, 3,000m and 5,000m and closed out her year with a first place finish in the 5,000 and 10,000 races at the MASCAC Outdoor Championship. 

O’Sullivan qualified for nationals in all three sports. 

Drive Basketball

Matt Petro scored 38 points and Mike Castillo added 27 points to lead Markol Strong to a 96-73 win over VT  Nameless on Wednesday in the Drive League at Greenfield High School. Chris Brown scored 38 points and Rob Jones had 16 points in the loss. 

OSC beat FF-Morse 74-51 behind 19 points from Xavier Cruz and 14 points from Tom Manning. Owen Walkowicz had 17 points in the loss. 

Justin Farrick dropped 17 points and Dylan Husted added 14 points to lift FF-Barrington to a 61-52 win over Toyota of Greenfield. Josh Hauson had 12 points and Tyson Dowdy scored 11 points in the loss. 

Golf

Ashfield Community 

The Ashfield Community Golf Club had a three-person scramble in its Thursday Morning Fun League, with Bev Williams, Bob Jillson and Cyndie Stetson winning with a 33. 

Thomas Women’s

Joanne McGowan shot the low gross (42) and low net (26) in the Thomas Women’s League at Thomas Memorial on Wednesday. 

Sally Malloy won closest to the pin on No. 7 (9-4.5). 

Timmons-Messer

Walt Sanieski and Bill Noyes won a match of cards over Rob Schrader and Brian Cocco to finish with the low gross of 37 in the Timmons-Messer League on Wednesday. 

Mark Horta and Jim Cadran won a match of cards over Bob Bateman and Tom Henry to record the low net of 28. 

In closest to the pin Andy Chartier won on No. 6 (6-11) and Ronnie Parker won on No. 7 (3-9). Schrader, Cadran and Bill Noyes were match medalists with scores of 39. 


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