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Lanesborough 11U Bulldogs Earn Split in Connecticut Trip
09:12PM / Saturday, June 27, 2015
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GLASTONBURY, Conn. -- Roberto Barron had two hits and rove in two runs to help the Lanesborough Bulldogs 11-and-under Cal Ripken Baseball team defeat Glastonbury on Saturday afternoon in the first game of a double-header.   Glastonbury came back to down the 'Dogs, 7-4, in the nightcap.   In Game 1, Oscar Low had two hits with an RBI, and Josh Polumbo drove in a pair for the Bulldogs (2-2).   Jack Cangelosi and Landen Jamula split time on the mound, pitching three innings apiece. Cangelosi struck out four, and Jamula picked up three Ks.   In Game 2, Caleb Greene drove in two runs. Barron struck out five in three innings on the hill; Derek Paris struck out two in two

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Berkshire Mountaineers Head to AAU Nationals
By Shannon Boyer, iBerkshires.com Sports
02:02PM / Thursday, June 25, 2015
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“All joking aside” seems to be the perfect idiom for the 11th grade Berkshire Mountaineers girls AAU team in the 2015 season.   After winning the Massachusetts Division 3 State Championship, they proved that it was no joke and that a trip to Nationals in Florida was in order for planning.   “Jon [Frederick] and I had an ongoing joke with the girls that if we won this tournament we would go to Florida and play in the national tournament,” head coach Frank Field said. “Well, I thought it was just a joke until about 60 seconds after the finals match and one of the girls came up to us and said ‘Okay, let’s start planning our trip to

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Jamula Leads 11-year-olds to Win
11:17AM / Thursday, June 25, 2015
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LANESBOROUGH, Mass. -- Landen Jamula had three hits and drove in three runs to lead the Lanesborough 11-and-under Bulldogs to a 13-6 win over the 12-and-under Bulldogs on Wednesday evening at Laston Field.   Panayoitis Constantopoulos recorded three hits, Roberto Barron had two, and Josh Polumbo drove in two runs for the victors.   Jamula and Barron also struck out three apiece on the mound in the win.   The 11U Lanesborough Bulldogs include players from Lee, Williamstown, Lanesborough and Pownal, Vt.

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Lanesborough/Williamstown/Pownal All-Stars Win Tourney
11:09AM / Monday, June 22, 2015
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It was a strong start for Williamstown Cal Ripken baseball this summer, with the 8-and-under team taking first place in a tournament in Hoosick Falls, N.Y.    Made up of players from Williamstown, Lanesborough and Pownal, Vt., the team traveled to New York Friday, Saturday and Sunday.   After an inauspicious first inning Friday night, where Bennington, Vt., outscored “Yellow” 6-1, the team fought hard and chipped away at the lead to lose 12-8. , Saturday saw different fortunes, with Williamstown defeating Brunswick, N.Y., in a tough match, 9-7 and earning the No. 4 seed in the tournament. The team dispatched host Hoosick Falls, 25-1, concluding Saturday’s

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Greylock Fifth/Sixth-Graders Win County Lax Title
03:12PM / Sunday, June 21, 2015
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The Greylock Youth Lacrosse fifth- and sixth-grade boys team won the Berkshire County Championship on Saturday at Camp Russell.   The team went undefeated this spring and defeated Pittsfield CYC and Dalton in the county tournament.   The Greylock team's roster includes: Camden Abel, Liam Bradley, Eddie Brannan, William Ellingwood, Samuel Garvey, Nathan Haley, Seamus Hayes, Tate Kuster, Charley Merselis, Darren Pelletier, Ben Prescott, Patrick Ross, Matthew Sorrell, Camden Taylor, Kyle Trottier and Malcolm Waynick.   The team was coached by Dave Waynick and Shaun Grave.

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Buffis Earns Win on Mound for SteepleCats
09:54PM / Thursday, June 18, 2015
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NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Mount Greylock Regional School graduate Rob Buffis pitched two innings of relief to earn the victory in an 8-4 win for the North Adams SteepleCats on Thursday night at Joe Wolfe Field.   Buffs struck out one without allowing a hit or a walk as the ‘Cats improved to 6-4 with the win over the Vermont Mountaineers.   Jim Haley went 2-for-4 with a double, and Michael Babb drove in two runs for North Adams, which cashed in on four Vermont errors.   The SteepleCats jumped out to a 6-0 lead in the bottom of the first and went ahead 8-2 in the fifth before Vermont scored three in the last three innings.   North Adams hosts Keene, N.H., on Friday

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Mount Greylock Trail Race Sunday
By Shannon Boyer, iBerkshires.com Sports
08:39PM / Thursday, June 18, 2015
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On Sunday, the 31st annual Mount Greylock Trail Races will be held by the Western Massachusetts Athletic Club.   The race started back in 1984 with a group of local road runners who decided to put together a trail race and  has grown and drawn participation from all over New England and New York.   WMAC President Ed Saharczewsk started getting involved with the Greylock Trail Race back in 1999 and said he has seen tremendous growth since he started.   "It's grown a lot, actually in the last couple of years," Saharczewski said. "We probably used to get maybe 100 people in the long race, then they had construction on Greylock and we couldn't go all

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Williamstown Police Go Worst to First in Cal Ripken League
09:03AM / Wednesday, June 17, 2015
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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- With a 5-3 victory over Adams Community Bank on Monday night and an 8-1 victory over Pownal Carbone Auto on Tuesday, Williamstown Police completed a turnaround season and went from last to first in winning the North County Cal Ripken Championship.   In the 5-3 victory over ACB, Oscar Low got the win pitching, five innings and striking out seven while playing tremendous defense to lead Police to the victory and into the North County Championship. Jack Cangelosi and Joshua Polumbo had RBI singles to lead the offensive effort for Police.   In the North County Championship game victory over Pownal, Cangelosi pitched five sterling innings to get the win while

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Rookies Finish Strong Season in Williamstown Cal Ripken Leae
08:34AM / Wednesday, June 17, 2015
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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- The Williamstown Cal Ripken iBerkshires.com Rookie Team had a strong  finish to their season, which included two of three innings with three  defensive outs against a strong Pownal team.   Continuing a team tradition going back several years, coaches Steve Miller and Bernie Rhie presented players with certificates highlighting their contributions.   Krishiv Malhotra: Bert "Campy" Campaneris award for his incredible versatility in playing strong defense in every position.   Akosh Olchvary: Ozzie Smith award for wizardly defense in the field.   Kayla Miller: Cy Young award for great defensive plays from the pitcher's mound

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Berkshire-Based AAU Team Wins Tourney
11:11AM / Monday, June 15, 2015
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HOLYOKE, Mass. -- The Berkshire Elite 16 and under AAU boys basketball team won the Mass Fusion's A.J. Midura Classic tournament over the weekend at Holyoke High School.   The Elite won three games in pool play and then defeated Canada's Niagara North, 67-63, in the final.   The team has 11 high school sophomores and one eighth-grader, Drury's Reece Racette.   The other players include: Drury's Hayden Bird, Connor Meehan and Bryce Webb; McCann Tech's Jake Tower; Mount Greylock's Max Joy; Pittsfield's Tyrell and Terrick Boire; and Taconic's Chris Valuski, Ethan Dean, Matt Stracuzzi and Deonte Sandifer.

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