Bulletin Board: Online tickets required to attend state tournament games

Staff Reports
Published: 6/9/2022 9:04:00 PM
Modified: 6/9/2022 9:01:51 PM

Four local high school softball teams will be involved in MIAA quarterfinal games on Friday, and fans attending those games will be required to purchase tickets online prior to entering.

The MIAA no longer accepts cash at the door for tickets at this point in the state tournaments, meaning family and other fans will need to go through the website gofan.co and search for their respective schools.

Franklin Tech hosts Frontier at 4 p.m. on Friday in a Div. 5 quarterfinal, while Turners Falls welcomes Millis and Greenfield hosts Hopedale (both at 6 p.m.).

Running

41st Montague Mug Race

The 41st Montague Mug Race and Mini Mug Run/Walk will be held on Saturday, Aug. 20.

The Mug Race will start at 8:30 a.m. from the Montague Center Common. The race is 5.5-miles in length and runners will travel over Taylor Hill and finish at the Ballfield.

Pewter Mugs are awarded to the top male and female finishers, and mugs are awarded in top finishers in eight division. T-shirts are given to the first 60 entries.

The 16th Mini-Mug is two miles in length and also finishes at the Ballfield. Registration is now open on runreg.com. Race info is available at Montaguemugrace.com

Northfield Road Race

Matt Bassett took the Northfield Road Race for a second week in a row, finishing the course in a time of 23 minutes, 43 seconds. 

Marcy Cabanas took second (24:14), David Thomas came in third (25:18), Derek Postema finished fourth (25:57) and Erika Looman and Sylvia Mahon-Moore tied for fifth (27:32). 

Youth baseball

GMLB

Toby Campbell and Riley Gray each knocked a single, a double and a triple while Quincy Audet added an RBI single to lead Pioneer Valley Tire to a 15-4 win over Fitzgerald Real Estate on Thursday in the GMLB AA playoffs. 

Sebastian Gargone and Sam Edson both had two hits and Clara Behan had three hits in the loss. 

Ruggeri Real Estate 8, Liberty Tax 3 

Ruggeri: Conor O’Connell (2 hits), Brayden Parody (double), Quest Peterson (6 strikeouts)

Liberty Tax: Corbin Pease (3 hits), Naliyya Monserate (2 hits), Jacob Beaudoin (2 hits). 

Aubuchon 14, Rotary Club 6 (Wednesday, AAA playoffs)

Aubuchon: Amasa Shippee, Jed Niquette, and Carter Malouin each pitched two innings for the win; restyn Petrizzi-Richmond (2B), Topher Miller (2B).

Rotary: Sean Winslow (hit), JJ Bones (hit), Ben Grover (hit), Greg Browne (hit). 

Youth softball

GGSL

Grace Myers had three hits while Hazel Morgan and Tammy Deveney each knocked two hits in Emblem Club’s 2-1 win over Franklin First on Thursday in a Nippers contest. 

Maddy Phillips and Shaye Tyler each had three hits for Franklin First. 

Pristine Orientals 5, Gilmore and Farrell 4 (Thursday)

Pristine: Savannah Thomas (4 hits), Haley Sadler (3 hits), Hayden Sadler (3 hits)

Gilmore and Farrell: Charley Deane (4 hits), Bella Moening (4 hits), Evelyn Eldridge (3 hits)

Adult softball

Greenfield Co-ed

Thayer Street Builders 27, JRB Disposal 24 (Wednesday)

Thayer Street: Ricky Craver (6-for-6, 2 HR’s, double, 7 RBI), Luis Melendez (6-for-6, 2 HR’s, double, 5 RBI), Matt Luippold (4-for-6, 2 HR’s, 4 RBI), Tim Anderson (4-for-5, double, 2 RBI).

JRB Disposal: Cody Underwood (4-for-5, HR, 4 runs), Maddy Atkocaitis (3 hits).

Golf

 Timmons-Messer League

Andy Sena and Matt Deane took low gross honors at the Timmons-Messer League at Northfield Golf Club on Wednesday, firing a 35.

After a match of cards, Mark Horta and Brian Cocco took second with a 36. Low net after match of cards was Andy Helgerson and Jim Jason with a 25, just ahead of Doug Field and Jack Letourneau. Kyle Matteson was match medalist with a 37.

Rick Stempel was closest to the pin on No. 6 (7-1) and Ronnie Parker was closest at No. 7 (7 inches).


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