H.S. Baseball/Softball: Frontier, Hopkins win to stay atop Hampshire League West

Published: 5/25/2021 9:24:13 PM

Tyler Baranowski continued to dominate as the ace of the Frontier pitching staff on Tuesday.

The right hander struck out four and allowed just three hits and two walks in a complete-game effort, as the Redhawks notched a 6-1 victory over Greenfield in Hampshire League West action in South Deerfield.

“Tyler was somebody I hadn’t seen play much before the season but I had heard very good things about him and that he was a talented arm,” Frontier coach Chris Williams began. “Just seeing him come into this season absolutely on fire, it’s above and beyond what I expected. He has days where he’s getting strikeouts, and days like (Tuesday) where the defense is solid behind him making the plays.”

Ben Martino continued to swing a hot bat for Frontier (7-1, 6-1), as he was 2-for-3 with three runs scored and a pair of stolen bases. Kevin Baumann had a hit and drove in two runs, while Baranowski singled and drove in a run. Sam Schreiber’s two-run single in the second inning gave the Hawks a 3-0 lead.

Greenfield (2-5, 2-5) scored its run in the top of the seventh.

Hopkins Academy 7, South Hadley 2 — Liam Flynn was 2-for-3 with three RBIs for the Golden Hawks.

Hopkins trailed 1-0 after the top half of the third inning but scored five runs in the bottom half to take a commanding lead.

Braeden Tudryn singled twice, scored twice and had an RBI.

Jack Feltovic earned the win throwing 6 2/3 innings with 12 strikeouts. He hit his pitch limit after the second out of the sixth inning, and Patrick Fitzgibbons induced a pop out with one pitch to end the game.

Tyler Evans had three hits and drove in both of the Tigers runs. Grady Provost singled twice and scored twice for South Hadley.

Mahar 3, Easthampton 2 — Otis Follet and Andrew Thompson (single, run) each drove in a run for the Eagles. Winter Roske, Nick Lloyd, Matt Damon and Topher Reardon (run) each singled.

Liam Burke and Thompson threw three innings each and both struck out four.

Belchertown 5, Turners Falls 2 — Eli Sayball-Wimmer doubled and drove in two runs for the Orioles in a road win. Chris Misiaszek singled twice with two RBIs.

Ryan Zawistowski picked up the win in relief, allowing just two hits with no walks over 4 1/3 innings with three strikeouts. He entered in the third inning with two outs and the bases loaded.

Smith Vocational 5, Pathfinder 0 — Cole Boisvert threw a shutout, striking out seven for the Vikings. Dylan Fil drove in two runs for Smith Vocational, while Caden Payne and Boisvert had an RBI each.


Hampshire 11, Agawam 0 — Jocelyn Mettey went 2-for-4 with a double and drove in three runs for the Raiders at home. She allowed just three hits with no walks and struck out three.

Hampshire’s Hannah Wodecki doubled and added three RBIs.

Northampton 16, Longmeadow 8 — Kaliya Valentin struck out seven to earn the victory and went 2-for-5 at the plate.

Leah Greene was 4-for-4 with a double. Lily Pelis singled and added an RBI.

Tara O’Connor had two hits and an RBI.

Smith Vocational 19, Pathfinder 2 (5) — Lily Ryan tripled twice on a four-hit day, scored four runs and had five RBIs for the Vikings.

Josie Dubay was 4-for-4 with four RBIs and scored three runs. Maddie O’Connor (3-for-4) and Dailien Murdock (three runs, triple) each had two RBIs.

Ludlow 31, Belchertown 0 (5) — The Lions scored 12 runs in the first inning en route to the win Monday.

Gina Camerota had a hit for the Orioles while Isabelle Cauley stole a base.

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