The Recorder – Bulletin board: Offense rolls as Post 81 routs East Springfield, 17-4

Printed: 7/3/2022 7:51:32 PM

Modified: 7/3/2022 7:48:53 PM

A huge 1st inning aided make Sunday’s journey to Springfield a nice a person for Greenfield Put up 81.

The club batted around in the initial inning, scoring nine periods before recording an out en route to a dominant 17-4 5-inning win around East Springfield Put up 420 in an American Legion Senior Division contest at Springfield Central Large University.

Tyler Baranowski attained the win on the mound for Submit 81, placing out 3 and permitting just two hits in 4 scoreless innings.

Offensively, Post 81 (7-2) racked up 15 hits in the rout. Tyler Dubreuil had yet another huge working day with a double and a solitary, when Mike Bassett, Jason Quinn, Ethan Quinn and Kevin Baumann all roped two hits for Greenfield.

Other players to history a hit provided MJ Paulin, Kyle Barnes, Cam Lococo and Jake Sak.

Up coming up for Greenfield is a home recreation against Aldenville on Tuesday night at Vets Industry.

PVYBL Mickey Mantle

It was a hectic holiday weekend for the West County Warriors, sponsored by Hilltown Hardwood Flooring, as the club played two PVYBL online games.

On Sunday, West County fell to Ware, 5-2, despite 6 potent innings on the mound from Charlie May possibly (3 acquired runs, 6 strikeouts, five hits).

Offensively, both Eathon Bryant and Jesse Dubreuil carried  the offense. Bryant was 2-for-2 although Dubreuil was 2-for-3 with a double. West County scratched across a operate in the to start with on an RBI solitary by   Wyatt Edes. The Warriors scored their other run in the seventh many thanks to a Jacob Martin RBI one.

The weekend opened with a video game versus South Hadley that was suspended in the third inning because of to ran. At the time, West County led 5-2.

In the 1st, Caden Payne smacke d an RBI double and Might added an RBI solitary. In the third inning, the Warriors experienced 4 straight hits – Payne led off with a solitary, May perhaps doubled, Edes tripled and Dubreuil adopted with an additional triple. 

Golfing

Star-Spangled Banner tourney

The team of Ron Lenois Jr., Alan Wondoloski, Brandon Lenois and Ryan Lenois shot 58 to capture the Thomas Memorial Golf & Country Club’s 2nd Annual Star-Spangled Banner Golfing Match to advantage Veterans of the Pioneer Valley on Sunday in Turners Falls.

The match lifted around $1,700. Resources will be utilised to get  food gift cards and gasoline playing cards which will be donated to the Upper Pioneer Valley Veterans Products and services in Greenfield. A huge “thank you” to all the players and sponsors who served make this tournament a success.

Pitoniak sinks ace

For the third time in his golfing occupation, Matt Pitoniak sunk an ace about the weekend.

Pitoniak’s gap-in-one particular arrived at the Region Club of Greenfield’s 11th hole, measuring in at 181 yards. He utilised a 5-wood to attain the feat, which was witnessed by Steve Lovett and Doug Muehlberg.

CCG Mixer Tournament

John and Teresa Varner combined to shoot 34 and receive reduced gross honors at the Nation Club of Greenfield’s Mixer Tournament that took put on Friday.

Phil Reilley and Terry Boyce shot 35 to acquire second.

Very low internet honors went to the teams of Brian and Susan Luippold (31) and Norman Morris and Susan O’Connor (31).