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Spring Vacation Baseball Clinic Scheduled
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04:36PM / Sunday, March 26, 2017
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PITTSFIELD, Mass. -- The Berkshire Baseball Academy at The Infield invites players ages 6 to 12 to a Spring Training Baseball Clinic over April vacation.   The clinic will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., April 17 through 20 at Deming Park, 80 Meadow Lane.   The emphasis will be on position-specific training, team defense and game play under a competitive atmosphere. Campers are asked to bring lunch, water, sunscreen and baseball gear.   The cost is $120 per child.   For information, contact Shari Butler at butlershari@gmail.com.

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Berkshire Blizzard Host Inaugural Tournament
By Stephen Dravis, iBerkshires.com Sports
03:33PM / Sunday, March 26, 2017
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NORTH ADAMS, Mass. -- Two days of girls hockey action concluded Sunday afternoon with a victory for the home team.   But the Berkshire Blizzard was a winner in more ways than one.   “This is huge,” Blizzard coach Bill Rech said after the team wrapped up the inaugural Blizzard Bash at the Peter W. Foote Vietnam Veterans Memorial Rink. “This is so important because it's a chance for more and more families who couldn't travel with us to come and see them play.   “The different youth hockey programs had some people here and had a chance to see this is what this girls hockey thing is all about. They had a blast watching.”   And the girls

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Pittsfield Brainstorms Future of Parks and Open Spaces
By Andy McKeever, iBerkshires Staff
02:17AM / Wednesday, March 22, 2017
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BRPC Planner Lauren Gaherty outlined exactly how much open space and recreation space the city has and why it is important. PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Expand the skate park. Add lights to Clapp Park. Fix the drainage at the old beach at Pontoosuc Lake. More benches at Burbank.    And the list goes on.   These are some of 43 ideas thrown out by more than 50 residents Tuesday night to help the city craft a new parks and open space plan.   The Parks Commission held a public hearing as it works toward the new plan. Those ideas will be consolidated and crafted into a bold vision to guide the next seven years.    "We are trying to be creative. We are trying

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Girls AAU Basketball Team Seeks Players
12:02PM / Thursday, March 09, 2017
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The Berkshire Mountaineers girls basketball team is looking for any girls interested in playing Spring AAU basketball.   Girls currently in the fifth thru 11th grade are eligible to participate. This is an advanced basketball program that will include weekend travel throughout New York and New England. The schedule has not yet been put together but is typically seven weekends beginning with the last weekend of April through June.  In addition, girls will practice two days a week.   For more information please contact Bill Robinson at 413-652-1055 or email samakenz@yahoo.com.     The Berkshire Mountaineers Girls Basketball Organization was established in 2009 by

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Youth Basketball Tournament Finals Held
By Stephen Dravis, iBerkshires.com Sports
07:39PM / Sunday, March 05, 2017
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Housatonic’s boys and Dalton’s and Mount Greylock’s girls won Berkshire County seventh- and eighth-grade travel basketball titles on Sunday afternoon.   The Housy boys defeated the Boys and Girls Club Black team, 57-47, in the all-county title game at Mount Greylock Regional School behind 17 points from Ty Higgins.   At McCann Tech, the Greylock girls defeated Lenox, 32-30, thanks to a nine-point performance from Abby Hugger to win the South Division title.   In the North Division final, Maria Gamberoni scored 13 points to lead Dalton to a 43-27 win over the Boys & Girls Club.   In the final game of a busy weekend in North County, Housatonic’s

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Girls Lacrosse Players Sought
09:20AM / Friday, March 03, 2017
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PITTSFIELD, Mass. -- There will be sign-ups for youth girls lacross from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, March 4, at Dick's Sporting Goods.   Girls in grades 3 through 8 are encouraged to sign up.

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Former Pittsfield American Defender to Play in World Baseball Clasic
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03:38PM / Thursday, March 02, 2017
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A former Pittsfield American Defender will be among the Major League Baseball prospects participating in the fourth World Baseball Classic next week.

John Andreoli, a prospect in the Chicago Cubs organization, will play for Italy, which opens Pool D play on March 9 in Jalisco, Mexico, against Mexico.   In 2009, Andreoli played for the now-defunct Defenders of the New England Collegiate Baseball League.   The former University of Connecticut Husky is one of 10 NECBL alumni who are scheduled to play in the WBC, which runs through March 22.   In 2009, he hit .261 with nine RBIs and seven runs scored for the Defenders.   At UConn, he was an all-Big East Second Team

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Boys & Girls Club Girls Win Tourney
08:19PM / Sunday, February 26, 2017
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The Boys and Girls Club third- and fourth-grade travel girls basketball team won its home tournament, Feb. 24 to 26.   The team is coached by Kristy Conyers and Bryant Mauer and includes: Kyana Summers, Alivia Mauer, Cheyenne Goddard, Caroline Sherman, Maddy Stetz, Jaelynn Walker, Maddy Chaffee, Jasmine Small, Mia McCluskey and A.J. Pelkey.

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Allessio Has Big Weekend on Junior Ski Circuit
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06:42PM / Sunday, February 26, 2017
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PLANTSVILLE, Conn. -- Pittsfield's Michael Mansfield-Allessio finished first in giant slalom and slalom racing this weekend at the Tri-State Under 14 Championships.   On Saturday, Mansfield won a GS at Ski Sundown in New Hartford. Then on Sunday, he followed it up with a slalom victory at Mount Southington.   At Ski Sundown, he posted runs of 36.38 seconds and 36.03 for a combined time of 1:12.41, more than two seconds ahead of runner up Dax Roy (1:14.60) of Catamount.   On Sunday, his slalom runs, 35.05 and 34.13, were the fast times in each run to give him a combined time of 1:09.18, more than two seconds ahead of Wachusett's Kota Tsukada.   Mansfield, who skis

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Lenox's Carpenter Wins Big East Mile
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07:06PM / Saturday, February 25, 2017
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Lenox Memorial graduate and Georgetown University senior Scott Carpenter ran a personal record time of 4 minutes, 3.57 seconds Saturday to win the Big East indoor mile championship at the Ocean Breeze Track and Field Athletic Complex on Staten Island.   Carpenter helped the Hoyas score big points in the event, where Georgetown finished first, second and eighth.   In the team competition, Georgetown finished fifth of seven schools.   Taconic graduate and UMass-Boston juniorfinished fourth in the 60-meter dash on Saturday at the New England Championships at the Reggie Lewis Track and Field Center in Boston. Nda posted a time of 6.97 seconds, a quarter second behind

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