Bulletin Board: No ordinary Joe leads Hangar past Riff’s

Published: 7/16/2019 10:28:20 PM

Joe Guidaboni smacked five hits, including a home run and a double, as the Hangar Pub & Grill defeated Riff’s North, 11-7, in a Greenfield Co-Rec Softball game at Green River Park.

Mike Cole had four hits, including a home run, while Barry DeJesus totaled three hits for the Hangar.

Riff’s North was led by three hits apiece by Matt Orrell and Dan Sargent. Katherine Scarborough totaled two hits.

Rec Softball

Greenfield Co-Rec

Jay Avery and Dustin Olson each had four hits in Concord Opticals 15-13 win over Montague Elks at Green River Park Tuesday. 

Wally Gagne had a home run and Molly Wickline added a trio of hits for Concord Opticals. 

John Dawickie had four hits, one a home run, and Jess Dawickie had a triple and single in the loss. 

• Alex Clark’s four hits and three RBIs propelled Taylors Tavern over Hubie’s Tavern, 12-5, at Greenfield Middle School Tuesday. 

Sara Taylor had three hits, while Codie Chapin had a single and double in the win. 

Brian Ginnity had a home run and Chris Arsenault had two hits for Hubie’s Tavern. 

PVWS

Taylor Boutwell and Sherri McCarthy combined for seven RBIs in Ashfield’s 17-6 victory over Goshen Tuesday in a Pioneer Valley Women’s softball game. 

Boutwell had three hits, one a home run, and four RBIs while McCarthy had four hits and brought in three runs. Erika Olsen added three hits for Ashfield. 

Bobbi Morey led Goshen with three hits, one a triple, and an RBI. 

• Jamie Jackman had four hits, two of which were doubles and two RBIs in Conway’s 18-3 win over Shelburne Falls, Tuesday. 

Megan West had three hits and and RBI for Conway while Taylor Chapmin finished with a pair of hits and an RBI for Shelburne Falls. 

Basketball

Keene Summer League

The Mahar Regional girls summer league team lost to Fall Mountain, 34-25, Tuesday in Keene, N.H.

Micalyn Mailloux led the Senators (3-4) with 10 points while Natalie Belloli and Abby Henne each scored six. 

Haylee Allen led the defense with six blocked shots.

The Mahar girls junior varsity team split a double-header at Keene High School on Tuesday.

The Senators lost game one to Pioneer Valley Regional, 18-11.

Kendrah Doane had six points for the Senators.

Doane and Belloli sparked the offense in Mahar's second game, a 42-19 win over Keene High School.

Both Doane (10 points) and Belloli (19 points) were in double-figures for the Senators. 

Monty Tech Summer League

Running with five players, the Athol boys summer league team lost to Gardner, 49-19, in Fitchburg on Tuesday.

Bryce King scored 10 points in the loss for the Red Raiders.

Gardner hit nine 3-pointers against Athol

The Mahar Regional boys team took out Sizer, 47-32 at Monty Tech on Tuesday.

The Senators limited themselves to four turnovers with Jake Tenney leading the defensive effort.

Jakob Carron led Mahar in scoring while Aden Santana took care of the glass.

DRIVE League

Cam Earle scored 24 points and Angelo Thomas added 17 in Team DRIVE’s 75-55 win over Markol Strong in a men’s league game at Pioneer Sunday. 

Melvin Moreno and Ryan Roberts eached scored 12 points in the loss. 

• Team No Name topped Bruso Computer Solutions, 81-45, behind 18 points from Chris Brown and 14 points from Ben Johnson. 

Parker Hickey led Bruso Computer Solutions with 16 points and Dan Donoghue scored 10. 

• Torsten Sloan Anderson’s 19 points led VT Hoops past Maple Row Insurance, 72-52. 

Ian Fulton-Black had 15 points for VT Hoops while Tim Hoar led Maple Row Insurance with 20 points. 

In boy’s varsity action at Greenfield High School Monday, Pioneer defeated Hampshire, 65-61, behind 21 points from Jayden Fox and 16 points from Troy Emond. 

Jack Forest led Hampshire in scoring with 31 points while Spencer Czarnicki added 10 points. 

• Hatfield defeated the Warriors 35-30 behind 15 points from Aiden Peterson. 

Sean Davenport scored 19 points in the loss. 

• Jasper White’s 10 points led Northampton 2 past Northampton, 48-45. 

Jacob Townes led Northampton with 19 points. 

In boys middle school games at Pioneer Monday, Andre Widmer and Brayden McDonough each had eight points to lead Frontier past Northfield, 44-29.

Noah Gamache was the high scorer on Northfield with 13 points. 

• Josh Wood and Ben Systo combined for 18 points in the Raptors’ 52-20 defeat of Greenfield. 

Daniel Pena and Grayson Thomas each had five points in the loss. 

In boys fifth and sixth grade games at Pioneer Monday, Hinsdale topped Bernardston, 40-21. 

Jack Clark had seven points and Elijah Colon added six for Hinsdale, while Brody Girard led Bernardston with 11 points. 

Luke Howard’s eight points pushed Frontier past Greenfield, 32-20. 

Gavin Arsenault had six points for Greenfield. 

Golf

CCG 18 Hole Women’s League

In the A Flight, Phyllis Canon and Teresa Varner finished with the least amount of putts on the front nine with 14 each, while Sue Sigda and Canon had the least on the back nine with 13 each in the 18 Hole Women’s League at the Country Club of Greenfield, Tuesday.  

In the B Flight, Ann Lyman had the low amount of puts in the front nine with 13 and Anne McHugh had the low on the back nine with 15. 

Edge Hill

In the A Division, Mark Eaton’s plus-5 was good for first place in point quota at the Edge Hill Golf Course, Tuesday. 

Daniel Herlocker was closest to the pin on hole 16 with a shot falling 16 feet, 10 inches away. 

Eaton had the low gross with a 35 and Lewis Goodnow had the low net with a 34. 

In the B Division, Junior Rivera took first in point quota, finishing the day with a score of eight. 

Rivera was the closest to the pin on hole 16 with a shot coming 41 feet, nine inches away and he also had the low net with a score of 30. 

Paul Champigny finished with the low gross with a 40.  


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