Bulletin Board: Union 38 Frontier Youth field hockey team holding tryouts

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Published: 8/3/2021 6:21:24 PM
Modified: 8/3/2021 6:21:29 PM

The Union 38 Frontier Youth field hockey team is holding tryouts on Aug. 23 and 24, running from 9-11 a.m. at Frontier Regional School. 

Union 38 is open to students grades 4-6 from Conway, Deerfield, Sunderland and Whately. 

Practices will be twice a week at Frontier, with the season running from Aug. 31 through Nov. 16. Games are played against teams from Hampden and Hampshire County, taking place on the weekend. 

The cost is $100, payable after team selection. Players must bring their own equipment, water bottle and hand sanitizer to the tryout. Rental equipment is available by contacting the recreation office at recdept@town.deerfield.ma.us or 413-665-1400. 

Softball

Margarette Howland struck out seven in the circle and had three hits and an RBI at the plate to help lead the Defenders to a 24-12 win over the Flyers on Monday in a Franklin County Summer Softball League contest. 

Shelby O’Leary and Skylar Alamed each had a pair of hits in the win, Alamed driving in three runs as well. Lucia Winters and Skylei Lapan each had a hit and two RBIs and Maggie Fay, Alivia Patch and Phoebie Perez each had a hit and an RBI in the win. 

Ashley Bobala had three hits including a double in the loss. Kaitlin Trudeau had a pair of hits and RBIs, Cassidy Trudeau hit safely and drove in a run and Keira Stevens recorded a hit for the Flyers. 

Basketball

Abi Howard dropped 12 points and Olivia Machon added 11 as Frontier rolled past Franklin Tech, 48-5, in a Franklin Tech Summer Basketball League game on Monday. 

Kylie Laford and Claire Kirkendall each scored nine points, Madison McKimmie had six points and Kali Berthiaume chipped in one point in the win for Frontier. 

Cordelia Guerin had four points for the Eagles while Umi Burnes knocked down a free throw. 

In the second game on Monday, Kendrah Doane’s 10 points helped lead Mahar to a 33-21 victory over Greenfield. 

Natalie Belloli scored eight points, Emma Bacigalupo had five points, Naveah Scribner and Samantha Mailloux each had four points and Sophia Woods had two points in the win. 

Lillia Kachelmeyer led the Green Wave with 12 points, followed by Azemina Cecunjanin with six points, Tess Rancourt with two points and Josie Cloutier with one point. 

Bowling

Shelburne Falls Bowling Alley is back up and running, with Scott Schneider and Kendall Schneider scoring the high single of 105 and high triple score of 306 in scotch doubles league action. 

In the Thursday Summer Mini League, Jen Tobey had the women’s high of 93 and Karen Herzog had the high triple of 274. On the men’s side, Dave Brown had the high single of 111 and the high triple of 284. 

Last week, Jon Hall and Jenay Haskins had the high single score of 106 and Scott and Kendall Schneider had the high triple of 306 in scotch doubles action. 

Tami Garland had the women’s high of 98 and Herzog had the high triple of 263 in the Thursday Summer League. Nick Brown had the men’s high single of 107 an dhigh triple of 292. 

Golf

CCG

Diane Carme shot the low gross of 33, just edging out Teresa Varner who shot a 34, in a Best Nine Holes contest at the Country Club of Greenfield on Tuesday in the 18 Hole Women’s League. 

Gail Miller had the low net of 23 in the top flight. TC Emerson was second with a net 25. 

Sue Sigda finished with the low gross in Flight Two of 36, followed by Ann McHugh with a 37. Alane Smith had the low net of 24 and Anne Echeverria took second in net with a 26. 

■ In the 9 Hole Women’s League, Tilly Clark had the low score of 41 in the Patty Berg Flight in the Life’s a Beach Tournament on Monday. 

Liz Dolby placed second with a 42. 

Jenna Luippold won the Nancy Lopez Flight with a 41. Ellen Bitzer took second with a 44. The Lorena Ochoa Flight went to Bobbee Low with a 50, followed by Angela Berquist with a 51. 

Stacy Hickey took the Joanna Carner Flight with a 49, with Susan Luippold settling for second with a 50. Donna Mowry’s score of 55 won her the Annika Sorenstom Flight. Emily Simmons came in second with a 58. 


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