Bulletin Board: GGSL championship game suspended in fifth inning due to weather (PHOTOS)

Sammi Suhl pitches for Descavich Plumbing against Triton Automotive during the GGSL championship game at Murphy Park Thursday.

Sammi Suhl pitches for Descavich Plumbing against Triton Automotive during the GGSL championship game at Murphy Park Thursday.

 Descavich Plumbing’s Emerson Russell field the ground ball before flipping to Clara Stevens at third against Triton Automotive during the GGSL championship game at Murphy Park Thursday.

Descavich Plumbing’s Emerson Russell field the ground ball before flipping to Clara Stevens at third against Triton Automotive during the GGSL championship game at Murphy Park Thursday. STAFF PHOTO/THOMAS JOHNSTON

Lexi Hawkins pitches for Triton Automotive against Descavich Plumbing during the GGSL championship game at Murphy Park Thursday.

Lexi Hawkins pitches for Triton Automotive against Descavich Plumbing during the GGSL championship game at Murphy Park Thursday. STAFF PHOTO/THOMAS JOHNSTON

Descavich Plumbing’s Clara Stevens tags out Triton Automotive’s Autumn Pickup at second during the GGSL championship game at Murphy Park Thursday.

Descavich Plumbing’s Clara Stevens tags out Triton Automotive’s Autumn Pickup at second during the GGSL championship game at Murphy Park Thursday. STAFF PHOTO/THOMAS JOHNSTON

Triton Automotive’s Lexi Hawkins fields the ball outside the circle before throwing to first against Descavich Plumbing during the GGSL championship game at Murphy Park Thursday.

Triton Automotive’s Lexi Hawkins fields the ball outside the circle before throwing to first against Descavich Plumbing during the GGSL championship game at Murphy Park Thursday. STAFF PHOTO/THOMAS JOHNSTON

Triton Automotive’s Lenyx White puts the bat on the ball against Descavich Plumbing during the GGSL championship game at Murphy Park Thursday.

Triton Automotive’s Lenyx White puts the bat on the ball against Descavich Plumbing during the GGSL championship game at Murphy Park Thursday. STAFF PHOTO/THOMAS JOHNSTON

Staff Reports

Published: 06-20-2024 8:24 PM

Mother Nature put a halt to the Greenfield Girls Softball League championship game on Thursday. 

Triton Automotive held a 3-1 lead over Descavich Plumbing in the top of the fifth when thunder and lightning suspended the game. 

The championship game is set to resume at 6 p.m. on Tuesday at Murphy Park. 

Baseball

Junior Legion

Greenfield Post 81 7, Wilbraham 2 — A five-run seventh inning propelled Post 81 to a victory in Wilbraham on Thursday. 

Nick Prasol knocked three hits and drove in a run while Conner Bergeron tallied two hits in the win. Hayden Girard, Shawn Baumann and Paxton Phelps each had a hit and an RBI while Aiden Shea hit safely for Greenfield. 

Austin D’Urso struck out 12 in the victory. 

Tennis

Greenfield Tennis Cup

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The Greenfield Tennis Cup will take place on Saturday, beginning at 9:30 a.m. at the Beacon Courts in Greenfield. 

The tournament is a singles, round robin format featuring a men’s and women’s division. The tournament is open to players hig h school aged and older. Tennis balls will be provided. Call Rick Miner at 413-824-1695 to register. The deadline to register is Friday at 6 p.m. 

Golf

Timmons-Messer

Tom Almstead and Tom Henry shot the low gross of 34, followed by Jeff Seymour and Bruce Kaeppel with a 35, in the Timmons-Messer League at Northfield Golf Club Wednesday. 

Dick Golosh and Doug Turner  shot the low net (26) followed by Jim Jason and Richard Gorey (27). In closest to the pin Tad Mosher won on No. 6 (one feet, eight inches) while Dan Grybko won on No. 7 (4-9). Almstead and Seymour were match medalists with scores of 35.