Bulletin board: Ella Rotkiewicz homers for Descavich in GGSL win

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Published: 05-30-2023 10:15 PM

Ella Rotkiewicz homered to power Descavich Plumbing and Heating in an 11-8 victory over Camelot Carpet Cleaners in a GGSL Ponytail Division contest on Tuesday at Murphy Park.

Hits for Descavich also included two singles each by Bailey Cusson, Amy VanDoren, Ameliya Galbraith, and Annabelle Koshinsky and one by Chloe Cusson. The team had a solid performance at the rubber as well, with pitching from Rotkiewicz and Chloe Cusson.

Camelot’s Rian Farrell struck out seven in four innings of work, and also had a single at the plate. Teammate Harper Kingsbury also had a hit and drove in a run.

Youth baseball

Newt Guibault

Dominic Martino drove in two runs and Trevor Lyons struck out 12 batters as Greenfield Savings Bank took down the Elks, 16-6, in a Newt Guilbault youth baseball game on Tuesday.

Camden Cogswell tripled and drove in a run on the night. Liam Fox played well defensively at shortstop with two outs, two stolen bases and two runs, and Tyler Varilly walked and singled to go with a stolen base.


Forrest Russell was 5-for-5 with two RBIs while Ethan Martin had four hits and four RBIs in Terrazza’s 13-9 win over Martin’s Farm in GMLB Rookie League play on Tuesday.

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Martin’s Farm was paced by Aiden Martin and Demetri Gioules, who each went 3-for-3 with two RBIs.

In AA action Tuesday, Carson White was 4-for-5 with two doubles and four RBIs to help Gagne Wealth Management get past Fitzgerald Real Estate, 26-11.

EJ Morley had two hits and drove in two runs for Gagne, while Noah Stoffolano (four hits, three RBIs) struck out two batters on the mound.

Fitzgerald’s Dezmond Jurkowski had two hits, while Ben Thompson had three hits, including a double, and Braith Brothers had two hits (2B, 3 RBIs).

Elsewhere, Zach Bensen went 5-for-5 and three runs scored and notched a walk-off single to lead Gruber & Tripp over Parody Builders, 12-11.

Kydanie Rivera also had five hits and scored three runs in the win. Parody’s Liam Grant and Lucas Waller had strong games at the plate with multiple hits.

Adult softball

Greenfield Co-ed

Brody Markol was 4-for-4 with a triple and three doubles, helping Thayer Street Builders to a 14-5 win over Hot L in action played Tuesday at Green River Park.

Parker Hickey (3-for-4, HR, 3B, four runs), Tyler Lavin (3-for-4, HR) and Devin Millerick (three hits) all had big nights for Thayer Street.

Hot L’s Josh Lashway was 3-for-3 while Matt Gibson had two hits, including a double.


The Pickleball Day for The Food Bank Tournament at Turners Falls High School took place on Saturday, with 80 players participating to raise $2,117 and donate 201 pounds of food to The Food Bank of Western MA. 

David Chaplin and Chris Malo won the Main Street Bar and Grille Open Division, Luke Williams and Michaelann Denton won the Hope and Olive Mixed Double Division, Anne Echevarria and Barbara Killeen took the Cocina Lupita Over 55 Division, Irene Woods and Renee Lauriat came in first in the Real Pickles Fun Division and Joellen Reno and Colin Hamill won the Peoples Pint Prize. 


Edge Hill Men’s League

Dave Cote's plus-5 point quota topped the A Division at Tuesday’s Edge Hill Men’s League.

Cote also had the low gross (37) and Bret Bourman’s 33 was low net in the A Division.

In B Division play, Tom Miner’s plus-3 quota paced the field. Wayne Clark was low gross (46) and Miner was low net (36). John Walsh was closest to the pin at No. 3 (19-3).


There are times available for the 43rd Mac Sennett Two Ball at the Country Club of Greenfield. 

The tournament is scheduled to run from Jun. 9-11, with players able to play any day or any combination of days. There will be men’s and women’s divisions, with the cost $25 for CCG members and $52 for non-members. For more information or to schedule a tee time call 413-773-7530 or email ccgreenfield@crocker.com. 

■ In a point quota contest at CCG on Tuesday Barb Killeen took first in Flight One with a point quota of 0. Gail Miller and Ann McHugh tied for second (-2) while Terry Boyce took fourth (-3). 

Donna Mowry and Sue McDonald tied for first in Flight Two with a point quota of eight. Irene McDonald came in third (7) while Karen Sanders and Alane Smith tied for fourth (6).