Former Salem Country Club golf director Kirk Hanefeld finished five shots off the pace as the 105th Massachusetts Open finished its third and final day yesterday at Weston Golf Club.
Hanefeld finished the tournament even par with a three-day score of 216. He shot a 1-over 73 yesterday, birdieing the 2nd, 7th, 9th and 14th holes.
Two other locals, Josh Salah and Steven DiLisio, finished tied for 39th and 45th, respectively. Salah, of Gloucester, fired a 1-under 71 yesterday to finish the tournament at 219. DiLisio, the Swampscott native and high school student who plays out of Salem Country Club, finished at 220 after his 1-over par 73 yesterday.
Danvers 11, Saugus 4: Frank Soucy picked up the win on the hill as Danvers evened its summer record at 1-1 on Wednesday night. Mark Etherington went 2-for-3 at the dish with three RBI and scored three runs and Joe Olszak drove in two runs.
NORTHEAST SENIOR BABE RUTH
Beverly/Salem 2, Gloucester 0: In a late Wednesday score, Matt Ryan earned the win, throwing five innings with a pair of strikeouts and two hits allowed. Christian Montonez struck out three and got a save. Beverly’ Sean Curtin played well at shortstop and Dan Bailey had a strong game at first. Tim Ryan scored on a double by Matt Marquez and Wes Schaejbe also scored for Beverly/Salem on Montonez’ RBI.
Beverly/Salem is now 1-1 on the season with an 11-5 loss to Peabody over the weekend.
FUTURES LEAGUE BASEBALL
North Shore Navs 5, Nashua 2: The Navigators (3-5) won their third game in 24 hours in an early home start yesterday after the team swept a doubleheader at Martha’s Vineayrd on Wednesday. Kyle Gauthier allowed only two hits in six innings to set North Shore’s tone yesterday while at the dish, Matt Ramsay went 2-for-4 with two RBI and two runs scored, and Stanley Susana and Alex Burridge also had two hits each.