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Berkshire County had 10 teams qualify for postseason play, won four league titles, captured two Western Mass. championships and had a 1,000-point scorer. And that's just part of the story.
Thirteen local seniors earned invites to an exclusive 32 minutes of basketball on the hardwood at the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.
Taconic senior Sean Harrigan was named Western Massachusetts Player of the Year, an award presented by the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.
Wahconah's bid to reach the MIAA Division IV championship gamecame up short. The fourth-seeded Warriors were beaten by No. 1 Randolph 80-51.
The local branch of the International Association of Approved Basketball Officials (IAABO), Board 25, is hosting a pair of all-star games at W…
The Taconic boys basketball team fell short of its goal, falling to Paulo Friere 47-45 in a Final Four game Tuesday night at Wahconah.
The Taconic boys and girls, Hoosac Valley girls and Wahconah boys enter Final Four matchups this week in the MIAA State Tournaments.
No. 6 Maynard pulled away early in the second half and fended off every advance by No. 3 Drury in Sunday's 72-60 decision in North Adams.
For the first time since 1992, Wahconah has reached the MIAA Final Four. The Warriors scored a 58-53 victory over Manchester-Essex in an Elite Eight game Sunday in Dalton.
Seniors Sean Harrigan and Sam Sherman both cleared 20 points as Taconic beat Hopkins 88-61 to punch its ticket to the Final Four.