Mike Walsh is sports editor at The Berkshire Eagle. He's been with The Eagle since 2017. Walsh also authors the NENPA-winning Powder Report column. He's an avid snowboarder, runner, homebrewer, and he used to play a pretty mean sousaphone.
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The first sporting event of the year in Berkshire County officially took place and Jake Mendel and Mike Walsh of The Berkshire Eagle are back …
The competition between Wahconah and Mount Greylock Nordic teams on Saturday was almost secondary, an afterthought to the competition against the elements and a pandemic that had kept winter sports in Berkshire County on ice for nearly two months.
At long last, live organized sports are making their winter debut in Berkshire County.
Sports aren't necessarily back, but plans are coming together as Berkshire County high schools are hopeful sports may be played in both the Wi…
As much as I love bombing a trail on my snowboard, and racking up runs until dehydration sets in and I’ve got goggle indentations marking my f…
Joe Bazzano counted his Lenox Nordic program as one of the lucky ones last winter.
COVID-19 taught us just how vulnerable we all are.
But, 2020 also taught us how resilient our bodies are. How creative our minds are. How tough and full of life we are.
It taught us how, even though we must remain distanced, we can still lean on each other to get by.
Back when sports were still sports, I had the pleasure of sourcing and writing a story about two of the winningest boys basketball players in …
First off, a great big thank you to all of you who put out a Cliff bar and tall boy of Mountain Dew by the chimney Wednesday night.
The next day was March 6, and preparation for the following season, a blue-and-white-and-purple-and-green-and-gold revenge tour for Wahconah ice hockey, could begin.
Only, that offseason never ended.
Coach Mike Taylor's Western Mass. Warriors have kept skating through the pandemic, providing an outlet for local athletes to compete and keep getting better, despite a lost high school season.