Bulletin Board: Menace score 11 in first to beat the Flyers (PHOTOS)

  • Menace batter Lindsey Taylor smacks an RBI double against the Flyers during their FCL Summer Softball game Wednesday at Murphy Park in Greenfield. PHOTO BY DAN LITTLE

  • Menace pitcher Kylee Gamache throws against the Flyers during their FCL Summer Softball game Wednesday at Murphy Park in Greenfield. PHOTO BY DAN LITTLE

  • Wolfpack pitcher Ryanne Dubay throws against the Havoc during their FCL Summer Softball game Wednesday at Murphy Park in Greenfield. PHOTO BY DAN LITTLE

  • Wolfpack catcher Reagan Dubay snags a popup at the plate for an out against the Havoc during their FCL Summer Softball game Wednesday at Murphy Park in Greenfield. PHOTO BY DAN LITTLE

  • Wolfpack batter Reagan Dubay hits against the Havoc during their FCL Summer Softball game Wednesday at Murphy Park in Greenfield. PHOTO BY DAN LITTLE

  • Wolfpack batter Alison George hits an RBI single against the Havoc during their FCL Summer Softball game Wednesday at Murphy Park in Greenfield. PHOTO BY DAN LITTLE

  • Havoc shortstop Cassie Dion, left, tags out Wolfpack baserunner Alison George attempting to steal second base during their FCL Summer Softball game Wednesday at Murphy Park in Greenfield. PHOTO BY DAN LITTLE

  • Havoc pitcher Grace Laurie throws against the Wolfpack during their FCL Summer Softball game Wednesday at Murphy Park in Greenfield. PHOTO BY DAN LITTLE

  • Flyers pitcher Keira Stevens reels in a popup for an out against the Menace. PHOTO BY DAN LITTLE

  • Flyers pitcher Keira Stevens throws against the Menace during their FCL Summer Softball game Wednesday at Murphy Park in Greenfield. PHOTO BY DAN LITTLE

Staff Reports
Published: 7/6/2022 8:57:28 PM
Modified: 7/6/2022 8:54:49 PM

The Menace jumped on the Flyers early in an FCL Summer Softball contest on Wednesday and didn’t look back. 

The Menace came out firing, putting up 11 runs in the first inning. It tacked on four runs in the second and ultimately came away with a 21-7 victory at Murphy Park. 

Skyler Steele led the way at the plate for the Menace, knocking two doubles, a single and driving in five runs. Lindsey Taylor had a double and three RBIs, Hannah Gilbert and Kylee Gamache each had a hit and an RBI while Bianca Reynolds and Sandra Johnson hit safely in the win. Gilbert got the win in the circle, striking out eight in four innings work. 

Keira Stevens had the lone two hits for the Flyers, also striking out two in the circle. 

Basketball

DRIVE League

Mateo Phillips scored 18 points and Trevor White tacked on 15 more to lift Easthampton to a 59-28 triumph over Franklin Tech on Tuesday in a DRIVE Hoops Summer League boys varsity contest at Greenfield High School. 

Noah Ausikaitis had 10 points and David Siano added eight points in the loss. 

In boys JV action at Stoneleigh Burnham on Tuesday, Grayson Thomas scored 14 points and Gavin Arsenault added 13 points to lead Greenfield to a 41-37 win over Pioneer. Colin Woodard had 15 points in the loss. 

In the second game of the night, Garrett Dredge had 10 points in Frontier’s 46-23 win over Hinsdale. Trace Tetrault led the way wiht seven points in the defeat. 

To close out the night Lian Lopez dropped 20 points and Morgan Softic added 10 points as Mahar earned a 52-30 win over Athol. Aaron Oullette had nine points in the loss. 

Baseball

Mantle

Gabe Salodky had a hit and two RBIs while Nico Fasulo brought in a pair of runs with a triple to lift Frontier to a 9-2 win over Springfield in a Mantle contest on Tuesday. 

Owen Babb had two hits including a triple while Philip Morin had an RBI double for Frontier. Babb got the win on the mound, striking out nine in five innings work. 

Golf

Thomas Memorial

Bob Wondoloski and Ray Zukowski tied for the top point quota of plus-8 in the Knights of Columbus League at Thomas Memorial this past week. 

Reggie Stevens took second with a point quota of plus-6. Art Girard won closest to the pin on No. 7 (two feet, eight inches) and Rod Demers won it on No. 9 (19-4). Ken Adams and Darren Lenois won skins. 

Crumpin-Fox

Chet Kugler knocked his third career ace on Saturday at the Crumpin-Fox Club. 

Kugler did so on Hole No. 11 from 130 yards out. The shot was witnessed by Jane Kugler, Jill Waldron, Jody Hynowski and Phil Phillips. 


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