Shelburne Falls’ Kayla Lampe captures women’s division title at 63rd Delta Dental Mount Washington Road Race

Shelburne Falls’ Kayla Lampe crosses the finish line as the women’s division champion during the 63rd Delta Dental Mount Washington Road Race in Pinkham Notch, N.H.

Shelburne Falls’ Kayla Lampe crosses the finish line as the women’s division champion during the 63rd Delta Dental Mount Washington Road Race in Pinkham Notch, N.H. PHOTO BY JOE VIGER PHOTOGRAPHY

Staff Report

Published: 06-16-2024 2:48 PM

Kayla Lampe had quite the weekend, and stood atop the mountain – literally – on Saturday.

The 31-year-old Shelburne Falls resident, a two-time Olympic Marathon Trials qualifier, made her Delta Dental Mt. Washington Road Race debut in the 63rd running of the 7.6-mile race at Pinkham Notch, N.H. and was dominant. Lampe captured the women’s title with a time of 1 hour, 15 minutes and 9 seconds.

She was two minutes faster than runner-up Laura Manninen (1:17:02). Amherst’s Jenna Gigliotti finished fifth on the women’s side. Lampe was 24th overall on the day, and Colorado’s Joseph Gray was the men’s winner in 1:02:21.

Lampe, who is a Pennsylvania native, stayed steady behind Manninen for the first half of the race, then made the pass and ran away with it. The grueling uphill race featured 50 miles-per-hour wind during Saturday’s event.

Shelburne Falls’ Richard Larsen competed in yet another Mount Washington race, and the 72-year-old finished 92nd overall with a time of 1:29:40. Leyden’s Glenn Caffery also cracked the top 100 overall, as the 62-year-old was 99th in 1:31:11.


PVYBL Mickey Mantle

West County 9, Frontier 1 – Levi Clark tossed seven innings of one-run ball with six strikeouts as the West County Warriors sponsored by Hilltown Hardwood Flooring defeated Frontier on Saturday.

Hunter Donohue drove in five runs on three hits for West County, including an inside-the-park grand slam in the seventh inning. Tanner Jenks added an RBI double, while Logan Moore went 3-for-3 with two RBIs and Brady Gancarz chipped in with a hit.

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Braiden Dion tossed five innings, surrendering four runs (three earned) on three hits, striking out 10 and walking three for Frontier. Dion and Joey Hutowski each collected two hits for Frontier.


CCG Member/Guest

Tom Herzig and Matt Matroni shot 67 and won on the first playoff hole to capture the Country Club of Greenfield’s Member/Guest on Saturday.

Cam Merrigan and Casey Blanchard also shot 67 and settled for second place. Dave Kennedy and Jared Barber were third with a 69.

Denis Depault and Lloyd Grover were the net winners with a 64, followed by the teams of Tim Gochinski and Aaron Campbell (65) and Mike Archer and Mike Johnson (65).

CCG Friday Mixer

Anthony Laurenitis and Kylie Laurenitis shot 35 to tie for first place with the teams of Keegan Downie/Casey Downie and Rich Young/Raye Young on Friday night.

Nancy Robie and Alex Towne posted the low net of 29.

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Greenfield coed

Liberty Tax Sharks 15, Smitty's Pub 9 – Che Christi blasted three hits, including a triple, and four RBIs, while Jill Cote also slashed three hits to power the Sharks on Friday night.

Other Sharks with two hits apiece included Jade Cuevas, Matt Gibson (three RBIs), Mike Cole, Kyle Conway, Storm Cindir (two RBIs), Cody Willor (double, two RBIs) and Robert Badillo.

Smitty's Davey Ewell smacked a home run and two doubles as part of a four-hit night, while Kristin Ouellette and Dakota Dodge (three RBIs) each had three hits. Grace Ahrensdorf, Jacob Smith and Rissa Smith notched two-hit nights.