Bulletin Board: Franklin Tech Summer League tournament gets underway

Staff Reports
Published: 7/28/2022 9:10:03 PM

The Franklin Tech Varsity Girls Basketball Summer League playoffs got underway on Thursday, with the host Eagles opening the night with a 46-19 win over Athol behind 11 points from Hannah Gilbert and nine points from Lea Chapman. 

Haleigh Benoit dropped seven points, Kendra Campbell scored six points, Kaitlin Trudeau had five points, Lili Inman scored four points and Kylee Gamache and Kyra Goodell each had two points in the victory. 

Emma Bacigalupo led the Bears with eight points while Ally Robertson contributed three points and Lizzy Mailloux, Emily King, Sammy Mailloux and Brooke Hopkins each had two points. 

The second game of the night saw Lilia Kachelmeyer score 18 points, Amber Bergeron toss in 17 points, Azemina Cecunjanin score 11 points, Josie Cloutier score five points and Anna Bucala add two points to lead Greenfield past Smith Academy, 53-32. 

Cori Scagel led the Falcons with 13 points. 

The final game of the night saw Mahar beat Pioneer, 23-19, behind 12 points from Kendrah Doane. Hayden Comeau scored seven points and Naveah Scribner had four points in the win. 

Hailey Ring led the Panthers with nine points. Addison Harrington added six points, Leah Potter scored two points and Fota Ndiaye and Caroline Ring each knocked down a free throw in the loss. 

DRIVE League

Matt Petro dropped 30 points and Jayden Dawson added 22 points to lift Team Markol past FF Morse, 106-75, in a men’s league contest of the DRIVE League at Greenfield High School on Wednesday. 

Gehrig Brynda tallied 28 points in the loss. 

The second game on Wednesday saw Jalen Sanders score 14 points and Tyson Dowdy chip in 13 points in Toyota of Greenfield’s 84-61 win over Bruso Computer Solutions. Colin Benedict had 14 points and Sean Richter scored 13 points in the loss. 

To close out the night OSC beat TBT Barrington behind 22 points from Tom Manning and 16 points from Tucker Llewellyn. Mac Rodgers scored 11 points and Matt Jones had 10 points in the defeat. 

Softball

FCL

Josie Dubay knocked a double, a single and brought in a run while Aileen Moffatt had a pair of hits and an RBI in the Wolfpack’s 15-1 five-inning win over the Flyers on Wednesday in an FCL Summer Softball playoff contest at Murphy Park. 

Makayla Tatro drove in a pair of runs on a triple, Riley Giard had an RBI triple, Addie Loomis knocked in three runs with a base hit Lyla Mickiewicz had a pair of hits while Christiana Dunn and Alison George hit safely in the win. Giard struck out five in the circle. 

Keira Stevens had two hits including a triple, Lilianna Inman tallied a pair of hits including a double and Ashley Bobala hit safely in the loss. 

• Also at Murphy Park on Wednesday, Maggie Fay struck out six in five innings to lead the Defenders past the Magic, 12-0, in five innings. 

Fay and Margarette Howland each had three hits at the plate, Alivia Patch knocked a pair of hits and Shelby O’Leary tallied a base hit in the victory. 

Maddie Hayes and MacKenzie Goncalves each had a hit while Gloria McDonald struck out nine for the Magic. 

Adult softball

PV Women’s

Jaime Jackman had a pair of home runs and a triple to bring in seven runs while Kara Fagan had three hits including a triple to lead Conway past Goshen, 17-2, on Thursday in a Pioneer Valley Women’s Softball contest. 

Madison Philbrook had a triple and a single while Whitney Roberts had a pair of hits and RBIs in the loss. 

Golf

Ashfield Community

Bev Williams, Lawrence Young, Bob Jillson and Cyndie Stetson won the four-person scramble with a score of 32 in the Thursday Morning Fun League at the Ashfield Community Golf Club. 

Timmons-Messer

Tim Bernard and Andy Sena shot the low gross of 35 after a match of cards against the pairings of Matt Deane and Kyle Matteson and Sunny Lucas and Jeff Seymour in the Timmons-Messer League at the Northfield Golf Course on Wednesday. 

Jim Jason and Bob Moco won a match of cards of Rob Schrader and Don LaCoy to shoot the low net of 26. 

Schrader won closest to the pin on No. 6 (14 feet, six inches) and Jeff Roberts won on No. 7 (5-8). Norm LaCoy and Seymour were the match medalists with scores of 37. 


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