High Schools: Greenfield tops Turners on the links

  • Turners Falls’ Joey Mosca tees off on No. 1 at Thomas Memorial Golf & Country Club in Turners Falls during action against Greenfield on Thursday Staff Photo/Paul Franz

  • Greenfield’s Dylan Archer tees off on No. 1 at Thomas Memorial Golf & Country Club in Turners Falls during action against Turners Falls on Thursday Staff Photo/Paul Franz

  • Gabe Mota of Greenfield tees off on No. 1 with teammate Drew Conant looking on at Thomas Memorial Golf & Country Club in Turners Falls during action against Turners Falls on Thursday Staff Photo/Paul Franz

  • Greenfield’s Ryan Cote hits his drive on No. 1 at Thomas Memorial Golf & Country Club in Turners Falls during action against Turners Falls on Thursday Staff Photo/Paul Franz

  • Turners Falls senior Vinnie Carme tees off on No. 1 at Thomas Memorial Golf & Country Club in Turners Falls during action against Greenfield on Thursday Staff Photo/Paul Franz

Staff Reports
Published: 10/22/2020 8:52:19 PM
Modified: 10/22/2020 8:52:10 PM

The bottom half of the Greenfield High School lineup did its damage Thursday at Thomas Memorial Golf & Country Club, with the Green Wave’s Nos. 3-6 players each earning three points to defeat rival Turners Falls, 21-3. 

In the No. 1 spot, Greenfield’s Ryan Cote and Turners’ Joey Mosca both had great days. Each fired a round of 40 to split the match’s four points.

Senior Vinnie Carme picked up a point in the No. 2 spot for Turners with a 51, but Dylan Archer grabbed three points in the match for the Wave with a round of 45. 

Gabe Mota (42), Drew Conant (43), Matt Lavoine (46) and Kris Bostrom (52) all had solid days on the course in the win for Greenfield to secure four points apiece in their respective matchups. 

Mohawk Trail 18, Mahar 6 — It was a battle in the No. 1 spot at Edge Hill Golf Course between Warrior Ben Thompson and Senator Andrew Finch, with Thompson earning three points thanks to a match-low 41 and Finch taking a point with a team-low 42 as Mohawk Trail raced past Mahar, 18-6, on Thursday.

Phineas Tuttman (44), Douglas Wilcox (49) and Oliver Johnson (54) all picked up four points in their respective matchups for the Warriors. Logan Moore earned three points with a 48 in the No. 3 spot against Senator Cameron Doyle, who took one point with a 54. 

Dylan Young also shot a 54 for the Senators while Hailie Meeker took four points in the No. 6 spot with a 61. 

Frontier 146, Hopkins Academy 177 — In a match determined by the four lowest scores, Mikey Corduff helped secure the win for the Red Hawks, shooting a 2-under 33 on the par-35 Cherry Hill course to lead his team to a 146-177 win over Hopkins. 

Brady Burch nearly shot an even-par round, finishing with a 1-over 36 on the day for Frontier. Kyle Maynard shot a 37 and Rowan Blair finished with a 40 to round out the scoring for the Red Hawks. Alex Gochinski also shot a 40 in the match. 

Franklin Tech 22½, Athol 1½ — Brady Booska fired a match-low 39 to lead the Eagles to a 22½-1½ victory over the Red Raiders on Thursday.  

Anthony Zager shot a 45 to take four points in the No. 1 spot, with Alex Sulda (46), Ryan Artus (53) and Rob Wood (57) also scoring four points apiece in the win.

Emma Bacigalupo had the best day for Athol, shooting a 54 to take 1½ points in the No. 3 matchup with Nate Sciandra, who shot a 52. 

Owen Willhite and Isaac Dodge both finished with 61s on the day for the Red Raiders. 

Field Hockey

Turners 1, Athol 1 — Brynn Tela scored the lone Thunder goal in the first half to lead to a tie on the road with the Red Raiders in action on Thursday.

The game-tying Athol goal came in the second half, but that information was unavailable at press time. 

Haleigh Greene recorded seven saves for Turners. 


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