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Andy Lesenski, Cody Booska finish tied for fifth at 42nd Massachusetts Four-Ball Championship
04-26-2023 7:54 PM

By THOMAS JOHNSTON

Andy Lesenski and Cody Booska made their mark at the 42nd Massachusetts Four-Ball Championship. Lesenski, representing the Country Club of Greenfield, and Booska, representing Crumpin-Fox Club, ended Tuesday’s opening round of the two-day tournament...


Turners softball forces extra innings to knock off Wahconah (PHOTOS)
04-20-2023 8:49 PM

By THOMAS JOHNSTON

TURNERS FALLS — Seven innings weren’t enough to decide a winner between the Turners Falls and Wahconah softball teams on Thursday. The visiting Warriors trailed 4-1 going into the fifth, but tallied four runs in the frame to take a 5-4 lead. Wahconah...


Wyatt Edes tosses no-hitter to lead Frontier baseball past Greenfield (PHOTOS)
04-18-2023 7:18 PM

By THOMAS JOHNSTON

SOUTH DEERFIELD — When the Frontier and Greenfield baseball teams have gotten together in recent years, runs have been hard to come by. That was the case again on Tuesday when the two Suburban League West rivals met for their first matchup of the...


Recorder columnist Joe Judd given “Words of Wisdom” award by Worcester County League of Sportsmen’s Club
04-07-2023 9:07 PM

By THOMAS JOHNSTON

Longtime Recorder outdoor columnist Joe Judd was honored at the 2023 Worcester County League of Sportsmen’s Club’s annual appreciation banquet on March 25 at the Pleasant Valley County Club in Sutton. Judd was given the “Words of Wisdom” award, which...


Softball: Hampshire holds off Greenfield in battle of top Western Mass. teams, 4-1 (PHOTOS)
04-06-2023 6:19 PM

By THOMAS JOHNSTON

GREENFIELD — Runs were hard to come by in Wednesday’s softball contest between Hampshire and Greenfield.That shouldn’t have come as a surprise with Joss Mettey tossing for the Raiders and MacKenzie Paulin in the circle for the Green Wave. Mettey...


Girls tennis preview: New faces throughout Franklin County for 2023 season
04-05-2023 8:40 PM

By THOMAS JOHNSTON

Last spring three Recorder area girls tennis teams appeared in the inaugural MIAA Div. 4 state tournament. More are hoping to join this year, with two of those already out to strong starts. Frontier and Mohawk Trail — which squared off as the Nos. 32...


High Schools: Frontier baseball opens with walk-off, extra-inning win over Amherst
03-31-2023 8:54 PM

By THOMAS JOHNSTON

SOUTH DEERFIELD — Seven innings wasn’t enough to decide a winner in the season opener between the Frontier and Amherst baseball teams on Friday.The Hurricanes led 2-1 heading into the bottom of the seventh but the Redhawks rallied, putting a run...


NMH’s Jack Turowsky commits to play lacrosse at UMass
03-29-2023 4:07 PM

By THOMAS JOHNSTON

Jack Turowsky will be taking his talents to the flagship in 2024. The Northfield Mount Hermon junior has had a big year on the lacrosse field as a midfielder and was selected to USA Lacrosse’s 18U roster this past summer. Colleges began calling but...


IAABO Senior All Star games takes place at Smith Academy
03-17-2023 8:52 PM

By THOMAS JOHNSTON

HATFIELD — The top senior basketball players in Franklin and Hampshire County got together at Smith Academy on Friday for the 23rd IAABO Board 28 Senior All Star Game. The girls game kicked off first, and unlike most All Star games, both teams were...


Boys basketball: Maynard defeats Pioneer, 45-32, to advance to Div. 5 semis (PHOTOS)
03-10-2023 9:56 PM

By THOMAS JOHNSTON

NORTHFIELD — To say it was a rock fight at Messer Gymnasium on Friday would be an understatement.With a spot in the MIAA Div. 5 semifinals on the line, neither the Pioneer or Maynard boys basketball teams were giving an inch on the defensive end of...


Boys basketball: Season reaches a fever pitch as Pioneer preps to host Maynard in Round of 8
03-09-2023 6:48 PM

By THOMAS JOHNSTON

And then there was one. As the MIAA state tournaments enter the Round of 8, one Recorder area school remains standing. The Pioneer boys basketball team got one of its toughest tests of the season on Tuesday in a MIAA Div. 5 Round of 16 contest against...


Women’s basketball: Greenfield’s Sam Smith has Babson College in Div. 3 Sweet 16
03-09-2023 5:58 PM

By THOMAS JOHNSTON

Sam Smith is looking to close out her senior season with a bang. The Greenfield High School alum has the Babson women’s basketball team on the brink of making program history. The Beavers locked up a spot in the NCAA Div. 3 tournament following a 23-5...


Frontier eighth grader Evan Hedlund set to compete in Nike Indoor Track Nationals
03-09-2023 4:16 PM

By THOMAS JOHNSTON

Frontier’s Evan Hedlund has only been competing in the mile for a short period of time, but you’d never know it by how fast he can run it. Hedlund — just an eighth grader — specializes in running the 2-mile, but decided to give the mile a try during...


Boys basketball: Greenfield’s season comes to an end against Maynard in MIAA Division 5 Round of 16, 84-39
03-07-2023 7:50 PM

By THOMAS JOHNSTON

MAYNARD — At times it felt like every shot the Maynard boys basketball team took against Greenfield found its way into the bottom of the net. The fifth-seeded Tigers came out roaring during the MIAA Division 5 Round of 16 contest against the No. 12...


Girls basketball: No. 1 Millis knocks off No. 17 Franklin Tech, 67-38, in Round of 16 
03-06-2023 8:05 PM

By THOMAS JOHNSTON

MILLIS — The Millis defense didn’t give the Franklin Tech girls basketball team an inch to work with on the offensive end the court Monday.The 17th-seeded Eagles scored the opening two baskets of the game, as Kendra Campbell hit a runner while the...


Alpine Ski: Mohawk Trail girls win second straight MIAA state title (PHOTOS)
03-01-2023 9:33 PM

By THOMAS JOHNSTON

CHARLEMONT — For the second straight year, an alpine ski state championship is headed to Mohawk Trail. After winning the state title last year at Wachusett Mountain, the Warrior girls set out to repeat this winter and accomplished that goal on their...


MIAA Alpine: Defending champion Mohawk Trail girls seek title repeat on home snow
02-28-2023 4:04 PM

By THOMAS JOHNSTON

While the best racers in the state will make the trip to Berkshire East Mountain Resort in Charlemont on Wednesday for the MIAA Alpine Ski Championships, the local/host school is looking to hang a banner for the second year in a row. The Mohawk Trail...


Girls basketball: Big second quarter lifts Pioneer past Salem Academy Charter in Div. 5 prelims
02-27-2023 8:44 PM

By THOMAS JOHNSTON

NORTHFIELD — Pioneer smelled blood in the water midway through the second quarter of its MIAA Division 5 Girls Basketball Tournament preliminary round contest against Salem Academy on Monday. The No. 32 Panthers found themselves tied at 11 with the...


Boys basketball: Drury closes game on 15-0 run to knock of Greenfield in Class C title game (PHOTOS)
02-25-2023 11:49 PM

By THOMAS JOHNSTON

HOLYOKE — The Greenfield and Drury boys basketball teams met twice during the regular season. The Blue Devils won the first game, 70-66, and the second, 67-64. With two close games already in the books, it came as no surprise that when the two...


Girls basketball: Franklin Tech defeats South Shore Tech to advance to MVADA championship game
02-24-2023 8:36 PM

By THOMAS JOHNSTON

TURNERS FALLS — The Massachusetts Vocational Athletic Director Association Small School girls basketball championship goes through Turners Falls. Franklin Tech earned the No. 1 seed and hosted No. 4 South Shore Vocational on Friday. Both teams started...

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