The Recorder – Bulletin Board: Newt Guilbault, GMLB Hosts All Star Games

Posted: 06/04/2023 19:48:34

Newt Guilbault celebrated his All-Star Game on Saturday, with Asa Stebbins, Everett Eichorn and Trevor Lyons each having two hits to lead the East to a 6-2 victory.

Malachi Bouchard, Eichorn and Lyons combined to strike out 16 in the win. Tyler Newton, Liam Kerivan and Tyler Girard hit safely for the West team.

At the All Star game, the new batting cages at Newt Guilbault Field were dedicated to George F. Bush, the last surviving founder of Newt Guilbault baseball.


GMLB had its AAA All-Star Game on Sunday, with Logan Batiste having two hits, including a triple, Michael Dixon finishing with two hits, while Liam Bassett and JJ Bones each had one hit in the 7-game National League win. 3 over the American League.

Aaron Turner had two hits, while Ben Shivone and Paul Budrawich connected safely for the AL.

Andrew Gardner, Fischer Williams, Jackson Baker, Kaydin Snow-Rose, Elias Tripp, Emerson Maxam, Conner O’Connel and Tyler Pietrowski rounded out the AL list, while Christian Powell, PJ Brodeur, Fred Burnap, Jacob Miller, Ryan Turner, Jackson Puchalski, Noah Knox, Corbin Pease, and Liam Gould all played for the National League.

In the AA All-Star Game, the National League defeated the American League, 27-3, behind five hits, a double and three RBIs by Noah Stoffolano, four hits and three strikeouts on the mound by Harlon Hickey and four hits. , one a double , and five RBIs by Gabe Heineman.

Connor Bergeron homered while Theo Schultz and Walker Kingsbury each had two hits and an RBI for the American League.

■ In a Majors game on Sunday, Bodie Burke singled, doubled and homered while driving in three runs, Jamie McCarthy and Desmond Drake doubled while Asa Bouchard and Teddy McCarthy singled in Gilmore and Farrell’s 7-6 win over Maniatty’s.

Connor Bergeron homered, Osiah Ballard singled and doubled, while Topher Miller and Ethan Burgh singled in the loss.

■ Wesley Lehman had three hits and an RBI, while Jane Kalas had two hits and an RBI in Terrazza’s 8-4 win over the Parody Builders in a Rookie Division contest on Saturday.

Natalie Belville had five hits while Brody Neipp had four hits for Parody.

■ In AA action on Saturday, JJ Grader and Quincy Audet each had two doubles and a single in Liberty Tax’s 15-7 win over Baker Financial. Keegan Lewkowicz had two hits and Aiden Call tripled for Baker.

■ Also in AA action Saturday, Noah Marguet had four hits, one a double and two RBIs while striking out two on the mound, Vinny Toothaker had a trio of hits and RBIs and Braith Brothers struck out three in the 15th. -7 from Fitzgerald Real Estate. beat Ruggeri Real Estate.

Gabe Heineman singled and brought in three with a triple, John Vera-Dreyer had a hit and Kyan Skutnik-Sheffield had three hits for Ruggeri.

■ In a AAA contest on Saturday, Liam Bassett pitched, Jacob Miller pitched and hit a two-RBI double and Michael Dixon hit a triple in Aubuchon Hardware’s 8-4 win over Denny’s Pantry.

Aaron Turner pitched while Benny Shivone and Andrew Gardner each had two hits for Denny’s.

■ On Friday, Anthony Ruggeri and Luciano Stoffolano each had two hits, while JJ Bones hit a grand slam in Lundgren Honda’s 11-10 win over Pioneer Valley Tire.

Xavier Woodard and Benjamin Woodard each had two hits, while Jackson Baker pitched and had three hits in the loss.



Terry Boyce was the overall winner in the women’s side of the CCG Senior Club Championship, finishing with a gross score of 160.

Tina Browne had the low net (142). Raye Young shot the low rough at Pebble Beach Flight (177) while Nancy Donoghue had the low net (143). In the Baltustrol Flight Teresa Varner shot the gross bass (173) while Irene Woods had the net bass (156).

Jason Kelton was the winner for the men in the Senior Club Championship, shooting the low gross of 141. Dave Collette had the low net (145).

At the Augusta Flight, Steve Jones had the low rough (146) and Jamie Crocker shot the low net (145). On the Oak Hill flight, Mark Kennedy had the low gross (157) and Pat Grogan had the low net (146) and on the LACC flight, John Varner shot the low gross (164) and Barry Dow had the low net (148 ).