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Dolan Hat Trick Lifts Williams Field Hockey in Opener
01:04AM / Wednesday, September 05, 2018
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CLINTON, N.Y. – The Williams College field hockey team (1-0) bounced back from allowing an early goal to overcome the St. John Fisher Cardinals on the strength of a hat trick by senior forward Libby Dolan to prevail 3-2, on Tuesday.   The opening goal of the contest came off the stick of SJFC's Lauren Fazio who converted off a feed from Bre Socker at 3:40.    The Eph defense settled down after the Fazio goal and held SJFC to just one additional shot on goal over the final 31:20 of the opening half.   "I think we were just a little nervous and unorganized defensively at the start, but we really settled down after their goal," Eph head coach Alix

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Zamore Wins Mount Greylock Road Race
07:46PM / Sunday, September 02, 2018
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ADAMS, Mass. -- Turner Zamore Sunday won the 43rd annual Mount Greylock Road Race, reaching the summit of the commonwealth’s highest peak in 53 minutes, 11.62 seconds.   Zamore, 34, set a pace of 6:39 per mile to lead a pack of 254 finishers.   He finished just more than three minutes ahead of runner-up Cameron Cogburn, 32, who clocked a time of 56:21.80.   The top female finisher in the race was Meghan Davis, 16, who placed 10th overall in 1:00:40.27.

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Dellea's 'Quiet' Service Trumpeted as BCC Turf Field Named in His Honor
By Stephen Dravis, iBerkshires.com Sports
10:19PM / Friday, August 31, 2018
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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — On Friday afternoon, Berkshire Community College ushered in a new era in Berkshire County sports and recognized a longtime civic leader in the process.

The best part for honoree Gene Dellea? It just may be the fact that his part came at the end of a 45-minute dedication.   "For all of you who know this person, you will say to yourself, 'Of course, this should be dedicated to this person,' " Dellea's friend Emil George said moments before revealing the name of the long-awaited artificial turf field at BCC. "Because this field is important not just to Pittsfield but to Berkshire County, it should be dedicated to someone who has given

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Baseball in the Berkshires Honors Drury's 1978 State Championship Baseball Team
By Stephen Dravis, iBerkshires Staff
06:48PM / Wednesday, August 29, 2018
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LANESBOROUGH, Mass. — Winning a high school state championship is the kind of thing that gives most people a lifetime of memories.   But it was just one of the once-in-a-lifetime events for members of the Drury High baseball team in 1978.   Both the North Adams Blue Devils' state crown and their exhibition games in Taiwan were recognized Sunday in a ceremony marking their 40th anniversary at the Baseball in the Berkshires exhibit at the Berkshire Mall.   "That were a lot of things happening that year for us seniors," said Glenn Boyer, who, along with '78 teammate Mark Wilk, was on hand for a reunion hosted by the exhibit.   "That was

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Williamstown Man, Self-Taught Punter, Takes Stab at College Football
By Stephen Dravis, iBerkshires Staff
02:26AM / Wednesday, August 29, 2018
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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — It is a long way from the hills of Northern Vermont to the plains of North Dakota.   But that is nothing compared to the other journey that Warren Taylor has made: from the couch watching football to the huddle of the North Dakota Fighting Hawks.   Taylor, a longtime Williamstown resident and one-time Mount Greylock Regional School student, took an unconventional route to the University of North Dakota, where this fall he is a graduate student and one of just two punters on the Hawks’ roster.   "I just learned punting completely on my own," Taylor said this week in a phone interview from Grand Forks between two-a-day practice

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Lanesborough's Paris Completes Trip to National Team Tryout
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02:19PM / Sunday, August 26, 2018
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CARY, N.C. -- Mount Greylock Regional School freshman Derek Paris wrapped up his weekend at the USA Baseball National 14-and-under tryouts with a 4-1 loss by Team New England against North Florida.   Paris caught the first and second innings of the loss, finishing up a strong defensive performance for the Lanesborough resident.   "Derek had a great time, and it was a valuable experience playing against such great players from around the country," said his dad Rick, an assistant coach in the Mount Greylock program who made the trip to North Carolina.   Paris played 13 innings in four games in the field, committing no errors and recording five putouts. Behind the

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Rand Pitches Cornerstone to Berkshire Adult Baseball League Title
By Stephen Dravis, iBerkshires.com Sports
01:51PM / Sunday, August 26, 2018
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PITTSFIELD, Mass. -- Jake Rand was roughed up for four runs in the first inning of Sunday’s Berkshire Adult Baseball League championship game.   In the second, he faced runners on second and third with one out and the heart of Housatonic’s lineup coming to the plate.   And then, Rand got to work.   The Taconic High grad struck out the next two men he faced to start a run of 15 straight outs in leading the Cornerstone 90s to a 6-4, come-from-behind win to clinch the BABL 20-year-old division title for the second straight season.   “It was just loosening up and bearing down,” Rand said. “Having fun, ultimately. We’re out there --

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Mount Greylock's Paris Has Strong Defensive Day at Team USA Tryout
06:00PM / Saturday, August 25, 2018
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CARY, N.C. -- Lanesborough resident Derek Paris turned in some big defensive plays Saturday in a pair of games at the USA Baseball National 14-and-under tryouts.   In Saturday's first game, a 7-6 loss to North Texas for Paris and Team New England, he threw out a runner attempting to steal second. Then, the catcher by trade moved to third base, where he speared a line drive and recorded a pair of outs by doubling a runner off third.   New England dropped a 13-4 decision to South Florida in its second game on Saturday. Paris recorded three putouts at third base and, behind the dish, took a throw from center field and tagged out a runner attempting to score.   At the plate,

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Lanesborough's Paris Opens Play at 14U National Team Tryouts
09:35PM / Friday, August 24, 2018
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CARY, N.C. -- Mount Greylock Regional School freshman Derek Paris caught two scoreless innings for Team New England on Friday at the USA Baseball National 14-and-under tryouts.   Paris grounded out in his only at-bat, and the New Englanders dropped an 8-1 decision to Southwest in their first action of the tournament.   Southwest scored five runs in the fourth inning to put the game out of reach.   Paris and the New England squad take on North Texas on Saturday morning.

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Williamstown Rural Lands Offers Guided Hike Up Mount Greylock
08:18AM / Friday, August 24, 2018
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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- The sixth guided hike of 2018 sponsored by the Williamstown Rural Lands Foundation will take place on Saturday, Aug. 25.   Hikers will traverse the Appalachian Trail from midway up Notch Road to the top of Mount Greylock. Meet at 9 a.m. at the summit parking lot near Bascom Lodge and carpool back to Wilbur's Clearing. This 3.2-mile hike is rated moderate.    As with all WRLF guided hikes, hikers are advised to wear sturdy boots and to bring water, sunscreen, and a snack.  No need to sign up. Just show up at the meeting place. Severe weather cancels.   Williamstown is blessed with two major north-south  hiking trails, the Appalachian

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