The Recorder – Bulletin Board: Aaron Stone and Jennifer Alli win Don Maynard 5-miler

Aaron Stone of Greenfield beat the field in Saturday’s 27th annual 5-mile Don Maynard Memorial Road Race, crossing the course in 31 minutes and 20 seconds.

Jennifer Alli of Southampton took first place in the women’s division with a time of 32:34.

Other division winners include: Becky Hannah of Greenfield (women 30-39, 47:09), Aubrie Lafleur of Greenfield (40-49, 58:04), Brian Wadman (men 60-69, 39: 44), Jodi of Conway McIntyre (50-59 female, 46:54), Joan LaPierre of Shelburne Falls (70-79 female, 45:06), Deb Zukowski of Shelburne Falls (60-69 female, 48:30), Hatfield’s Jeff Folts (70 men -79, 41:18) and Bob Welsh (second, 46:22).


Parker in Westfield State

Delaney Parker of Orange scored her eighth goal of the year for MASCAC in the 30th minute to help the Westfield State women’s football team to a 7-0 victory over Framingham State on Saturday.

The Owls improved to 3-3-1.

O’Sullivan in Westfield State

Westfield State senior Amy O’Sullivan of Greenfield finished in the top ten individual to give rhythm to the Owls women’s cross-country team at the UMass Dartmouth Invitational on Saturday.

O’Sullivan was seventh with a time of 18:20 on the women’s 5,000-meter course.

Lollipop in Stonehill

Greenfield’s Raegan Hickey scored his third and fourth team-leading goals of the season to help Stonehill College beat Mercy College, 7-1, and Mercyhurst, 4-0, over the weekend in Easton.

Hickey also added an assist for the Hawks, who are ranked No. 8 nationally in Division 2. The team improved to 5-1 on aggregate. She scored a goal in every game over the weekend.

Youth football

Franklin County Bulldogs

Silas Lively saved a potential touchdown with a key tackle in the fourth quarter, and the Franklin County Bulldogs edged Ludlow, 26-25, in a PeeWee Suburban League contest on Sunday.

Bryce Zraunig rushed for over 150 yards in the win, with key block help from Adrian Lara and Jackson Puchalski. Quarterback Casey Burke also played well to pace the attack.

The defensive line of Xavier Woodard, JJ Bones, Alden Parker and Connor Bengtson combined for a sack, fumble recovery and multiple tackles in the backfield.

Suburb border

Ty Skroski had his hand in both touchdowns, as Frontier shut out Quabbin, 16-0, in Suburban League action on Sunday at Hardwick.

Skroski ran for a touchdown and also threw one at Chase Greene for Frontier. Konnor James and Colin Galli added two point conversions.

James, Greene, Lucas Savage, Kodey Camp and Jaiden LaPointe all had multiple tackles to lead the defense.

Youth Hockey

FCHA Silver

Hunter Haughey scored his team’s only goal as FCHA Silver lost a 7-1 decision to Ludlow in an 18U Midgets Division game of the Greater Springfield League on Saturday at Collins-Moylan Arena.

Lucas LaFontaine made 26 saves in goal for the FCHA.


CCG Mixed Invitation

Terry Boyce and Keith Burch’s team shot 67 to claim victory at the Country Club of Greenfield Mixed Invitational on Sunday.

Will Conant and Lana O’Connor were second with a 70, followed by Alex Rohan and Jaelyn Deboise with a 71. Tim McKenna and Helen Wright (72) were fourth, and the teams of Jill Rogalski / Thomas Bergeron and Tom Herzig / Wendy Marchese tied for fifth (74).

The net honors went to Nancy and David Donoghue (65), with Dennis Sullivan and Chris Eugin second (66).

CCG 200 Club Scramble

The team of Tom Herzig, Sue Channel, John Missale, Sue Plante, Donna Woodcock and Lana O’Connor shot 56 for raw honors at the Country Club of Greenfield’s 200 Club Scramble over the weekend.

Dan Smith, Shelby Smith, Brodie Conant, Sandy Conant and Jason Yuryan were second (57).

Four teams tied for the low net with 51s.

Frontier Baseball Boosters Alumni Inaugural Golf Tournament

The team of Nate Patterson, Erika Poissant, Ben Ruddock and McKenzie Patterson teamed up for first place at the inaugural Frontier Baseball Boosters Alumni golf tournament held at the Northfield Golf Club on Sunday.

Second place went to the team of Chris Parker, Steve Skribiski, Zach Bitzer and Jake Antosz. The longest winner for men was Matt Ainsworth, while Poissant was the longest winner for women. Jack Stankowski came the closest to pin honors.

The tournament would like to thank the sponsors Grybko’s Garage, Swaz Potatoes, All State Asphalt Materials Group, Yankee Candle, Champney’s Restaurant and Tavern, CD Davenport Trucking, Frontier Champs 2008 and PACC Catering Crew & QB 17.

soft ball

The Valley Storm 16U softball team pulled off a tight sweep of a doubles program on Sunday, scoring 8-7, 1-0 wins over NWS Elite.

In Game 2’s 8-7 win, Maggie Fay and Amelia Pierce each had two hits and combined for three RBIs. Hannah Gilbert and Maggie Potter both scored two runs, while Fay took the win in relief with two strikeouts in four innings.

In the 1-0 win in Game 1, Gilbert and Bri Lynch combined eight strikeouts in seven clean innings, allowing just one hit. Offensively, Skyler Steele and Potter had two hits apiece while Lynch produced the only run of the game.


Western Mass. Fall League

In JV action, Greenfield edged Westfield Blue, 9-8, behind three hits each from Greyson Loos and Gabe Solodky.

Tyler Cusson (three RBIs), Ethan Mauthe and Jack Conlin (two RBIs) all added two hits to pace Greenfield, who built a 7-1 advantage and managed to hang on. Loos took the victory over the mound with three solid innings while Aidan Heffernan made the save.

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