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Mount Greylock girls basketball gets by Lenox, nears postseason berth

WILLIAMSTOWN — With the Western Massachusetts tournament looming, every rebound, steal and point could make the difference between a shot at the crown, or an early offseason. The Mount Greylock …

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Roundup: Paris drops 42 points to send Mount Greylock boys basketball by Lee WILLIAMSTOWN — Ben Harding had himself a feast on Thursday night at Mount Greylock, but Mounties freshman Derek Paris went back for the all-you-can-eat buffet.Paris poured home an outrageous 42 …
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PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The 6-year-old daughter of the late NFL player Aaron Hernandez missed a 2014 deadline to opt out of the league's concussion settlement and can't separately pursue a $20 …
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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — New England Patriots receiver and Super Bowl MVP Julian Edelman has been named the honorary starter for Sunday's Daytona 500.The honor caps a whirlwind two weeks …
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HAMPSTEAD, N.H. (AP) — A New Hampshire man says he saw his house go up in flames on his cellphone while he was nearly 1,000 miles (1,600 kilometers) away watching the Super Bowl.Michael …
GENE CHAGUE | BERKSHIRE WOODS & WATERS
Gene Chague | Berkshire Woods and Waters: Berkshire Beagle Club stays in good hands In the fall of 1979, the late Ted Giddings wrote this headline in his Berkshire Eagle outdoor sports column entitled Our Berkshires, "Beagle Club flourishing." He wrote that the club, which was …
Powder Report | Mike Walsh
Mike Walsh | Powder Report: Preaching context in face of outrage towards Jiminy Peak It's been a little over two weeks since Jiminy Peak was blanketed in the wrong kind of winter storm.I'm packing up for a spoice roadie up to Stratton, Bromley and Magic Mountain this weekend, and …
ATHLETE SPOTLIGHT

Athlete Spotlight: Wahconah Ice Hockey's Connor Champoux

Connor Champoux, a student at Taconic High School is pretty busy as a captain of the Wahconah, Taconic, and Pittsfield hockey team. He found some free time and stopped by the office this week to talk …

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NORTH ADAMS — Both Mount Greylock head coach Bob Thistle and junior captain Toby Foehl are quick to say it certainly wasn't a good thing Foehl missed four games in the middle of the season with … more
PITTSFIELD — Pittsfield High was eight minutes away from a season sweep of Hoosac Valley and a real shot at the Berkshire North crown.The Generals led by 11 at the end of three quarters, … more
WILLIAMSTOWN — For the 34th consecutive winter, the Bay State Winter Games came to Williamstown for its figure skating competition.The Christmas Brook Figure Skating Club has hosted the event … more
When it came to the D3hoops.com national Top 25, it was not a great week for the Williams College men's basketball team.Losses to Amherst and Hamilton last weekend knocked the Ephs eight spots in … more
This is a big weekend for the Williams College hockey teams. Both teams are nationally ranked for the third consecutive week, and have big series ahead as the NESCAC regular season wraps up.The … more
PITTSFIELD — Skiers from Monument Mountain, Wahconah, Lenox, Pittsfield and Taconic wrapped up the regular season on Monday night and league's best will represent Berkshire County at the MIAA … more
SHEFFIELD — The Millionaires slid back above .500 in the Berkshire South with a 66-52 road win over Mount Everett on Monday.Lenox (7-11, 4-3) got a pair of matching 20-point games from Jett … more
ADAMS — BART Charter starts its playoff run with a 71-59 victory over Eagle Hill. Eagle Hill cut the Bart lead to just five at the end of three, however, the Bamba brothers, Isaac and Brandon … more
PITTSFIELD — They aren't always pretty. You don't, however, get style points in basketball.Wahconah won its seventh consecutive game on Monday night, knocking off Taconic 38-30. It was the … more
PITTSFIELD — Pittsfield High coach Brandon Mauer was impressed thinking his team had held Drury to "something like 11 points in the first quarter"Actually, though, it was even better. The … more

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