Bulletin Board: Jason Kelton wins Country Club of Greenfield’s Senior Open

Tony Gutierrez

Staff Reports

Published: 06-21-2024 7:47 PM

The Country Club of Greenfield held its Senior Open on Friday, with Jason Kelton walking away as the champion after carding a round of 68. 

Wayne Wright posted the low net of 69. 

In the Pinehurst Flight, Mark Karpiej and William Ingham tied for first (71) while Rob Parsi placed third (72). Brodie Conant and Scott Bertrand tied for the low net (70) while Dennis Sullivan and Roy Emerson tied for third (71). 

In the Royal Troon Flight, Ed Garbacik shot the low gross (73) while John Bresnahan and Al Alminas tied for second (74). Richard Tozloski shot the low net (70) while Jim Lafleur and Mark Kennedy tied for second (71). 

In the Augusta Flight, John Shultis shot the low gross (77) while Ernie Patnode took second (79). Terry Sinclair (70) and Doug Finck (71) carded the low net scores. 

Greenfield Elks League

Bill Erman and Paul Viens finished with the top score of 51.5 in the Greenfield Elks League at Country Club of Greenfield Wednesday. 

Joe Lachance and Bill Martin tied with Jerry Gaimari and Dan Hohengasser for second (48.5) while Keith Schempp and John Stacy settled for fourth (48). 

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In closest to the pin Jeff Neipp won on No. 2 (seven feet, nine inches) while Dan Smith won on No. 5 (11-7). 

Basketball

DRIVE League

Grayson Thomas scored 22 points while Jon Breor chipped in 14 points, helping Greenfield pull away with a 72-46 victory over Athol in boys varsity action in the DRIVE League at Greenfield High School Thursday. 

Ethan Bacigalupo scored 12 points while Ethan Heuer added 11 points for the Bears. 

Later, Jack Cady tallied 22 points and Oscar Korson scored 19 points, propelling Brattleboro to a 73-59 win over Easthampton. Trevor Canon-Smith led the Eagles with 20 points. 

To close out the night, Morgan Softic scored 21 points while Jayden Delgado recorded 15 points in Orange’s 59-46 triumph over Hampshire. Vincent Carr had 14 points for the Raiders. 

Franklin Tech Summer League

Skyler Steele recorded 15 points, Harper Modestow scored 10 points, Jazzy Hayes tallied eight points while Whitney Campbell and Bella Orrell each had four points in Frontier’s 48-28 win over Pioneer in the Franklin Tech Summer Girls Basketball League on Thursday. 

Addie Harrington scored 14 points, Emme Calkins had eight points while Alexa Jagodzinski and Sophia Jagodzinski each had three points for the Panthers. 

The second game of the night saw Mahar pick up a 38-15 win over Hopkins behind 29 points from Nevaeh Scribner, five points from Taylor Paluk and three points from Thea Whitmore. 

Maggie Potter scored five points while Laynee Crutch and Morgan Augustin both had four points for the Golden Hawks. 

In the next game, Anna Bucala tossed in 13 points, Tayler Bergeron recorded eight points and Niyah Strohman had three points in Greenfield’s 24-15 win over Athol. Ava Martin had nine points, Ava Adams scored four points and Jayla Taylor added two points for the Bears. 

To close out the night, Haleigh Benoit put in 11 points, Brayleigh Burgh scored 10 points, Lilianna Inman finished with eight points and Laken Woodard added five points in Franklin Tech’s 38-23 win over Greenfield. 

Bucala (14), Bergeron (four) and Strohman (three) led the Green Wave in scoring.