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Lee CTA clinics

The Lee Community Tennis Association is offering tennis clinics for adults and teens during the fall at the Greenock Country Club. The CTA received a grant to help cover expenses in order to safely opportune under CDC guidelines. Programs are limited to eight players, with masks and social distancing mandatory. Junior Team Tennis practices are also available at both the youth and advanced levels. For more guidelines, registration and payment information, head to Those interested in weekly email notifications regarding upcoming Lee CTA events can register on the Lee CTA website or by emailing

Monument Mountain coach openings

Monument Mountain Regional High School in Great Barrington has two coaching openings for the fall season.

The Spartans are searching for an interim girls varsity soccer head coach, which would be a one-year position, as well as a boys junior varsity soccer coach.

Both positions begin in October for the school's preseason soccer program, and also include the MIAA soccer season, which has been moved to Fall II, taking place Feb. 22 through April 25.

Interested parties should contact director of athletics and co-curricular programs Karl Zigmand at the Berkshire Hills Regional School District at or 413-528-3346 ext. 3140.

Valley Storm softball

The 14U Valley Storm softball team earned a 28-5 win over the North County Sparks in four innings last weekend. Hannah Gilbert had four hits, including a first-inning home run to set the tone for the Storm. Bri Lynch added three hits and two runs batted in. Mya Schattin, Margarette Howland, Maggie Potter, Amelia Pierce and Skyler Steele each had multiple hits in the big win. Gilbert got the nod in the circle and struck out four batters in two innings. Lynch pitched the game's final two innings and struck out three batters. The Valley Storm will host the Western Mass. Heat on Saturday.


Imperial Bowl's fall leagues are starting up soon. If interested, contact the bowling center at 413-443-4453.

Girls On The Run

For the sixth season, Girls On The Run is offering in-person, hybrid and 100-percent virtual programs for girls of all abilities. Programs are being offered differently than in years past, with the ability to easily transition to virtual models that mirror in-person programs. The program is delivered by trained coaches in the virtual space and provides social, emotional and physical outcomes of an in-person course, while allowing local teams to adjust to changes in school and in the community.

For more information, or to register, head to


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