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North Adams Youth Basketball League Tips Off
08:43PM / Monday, November 19, 2018
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NORTH ADAMS, Mass. -- The North Adams Youth Basketball League began play on Saturday with 10 games in five divisions.   Patriots: Ethan Zapula eight points, Jorge Bond four points, Noah Arnold two points, Taryn Drye two points. Bulldogs: Jameson Doyle 10 points, Craig Field four points, Maxwell Miller two points. Rams: Chase George four points, JJ Prengruber two points, Colby Gelinas one point.   Huskies: Gianna Jacobbe and Aliza Amoz with six points, Haven Winnie four points, Maddison Jalalian two points. Tigers: Delaney Hayden four points, Madison Rougeau, Sloan Brothers and Ella Gaffey each with two points. Shockers: Faith Brazeau scored all 18 points. Pirates: Olivia

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Bird Scores 19, MCLA Men Win First
07:25PM / Saturday, November 17, 2018
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AMHERST, Mass. -- The MCLA men's basketball team, behind the duo of Drury graduate Hayden Bird and Mike Demartinis, rallied from an 11-point halftime deficit to defeat Framingham State 90-81 in non league action Saturday afternoon in the Ken Wright Invitational consolation round.     The Rams (1-2) led comfortably at halftime 51-40 behind Manny Payton's solid play. The Trailblazers (1-2) came out of the locker room a different team however, as they kept up their full court pressure on the FSU squad. MCLA forced a total of 34 Ram turnovers, 21 of which came after halftime.   MCLA opened the pivotal second half with an 11-2 spurt to get within two at 53-51 after a

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MCLA Women's Basketball Wins on Road
06:57AM / Wednesday, November 14, 2018
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COBLESKILL, N.Y. -- MCLA senior Courtney Pingelski scored 21 of her game best 23 points in the pivotal second half as the Trailblazers pulled away from host SUNY Cobleskill, 65-46, in women's basketball action on Wednesday.   Pingelski was assessed a pair of fouls in the first quarter and scored just two points, but MCLA (1-1) led 26-23 at halftime. Mckenzie Robinson collected 10 first half points to lead MCLA in Pingelski's absence.   Coming out of the locker room, the Trailblazers never looked back behind the scoring of Pingelski and her fellow seniors. Pingelski netted 14 points in the third quarter alone, outscoring Cobleskill by herself, as MCLA moved out to a 46- 34

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Springfield Women's Basketball Tops MCLA in Opener
09:42PM / Saturday, November 10, 2018
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NORTH ADAMS, Mass. -- Four Springfield College starters scored in double figures as the Pride women's basketball team opened up play with a 76-37 win over the MCLA Trailblazers in non conference action on Saturday.   The Pride and Trailblazers traded blows in the first quarter that ended with Springfield holding a slim 17-15 lead after Chelsea McAllister made a pair of free throws heading into the second quarter. MCLA's Mckenzie Robinson (Hoosac Valley) drilled a 3-pointer to open the second quarter to put the hosts on top 18-17, but that was followed by a Pride rally that MCLA had no answers for.   Springfield outscored MCLA, 21-4, to close out the quarter and amass a

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Wahconah Alum, Olympic Team Coach, Addresses Student Assembly
By Stephen Dravis, iBerkshires Staff
03:54AM / Friday, November 09, 2018
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  DALTON, Mass. — One in a long line of successful Wahconah Regional High School athletes was back at the school Thursday to tell the student body to relish their failures.   "Surround yourself in strength," was the theme of Matt Whitcomb, a state high school champion, 1996 Wahconah grad and, more recently, coach on the U.S. Women's Cross Country Ski team that won the nation's first-ever Nordic gold medal at the 2018 Olympic Games.   Whitcomb told the students that no matter what they were doing — whether athletics, academics or some other pursuit — the secret to success is to surround yourself with successful people and feed on

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Hoosac Valley Grad Richardson Earns MASCAC Annual Honor
10:29PM / Wednesday, November 07, 2018
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NORTH ADAMS, Mass. -- MCLA's Megan Richardson was named the MASCAC Defensive Player of the Year on Wednesday following a vote of the league's coaches.    Richardson (first team) joins teammates Kayla Baker (first team) and Cetera Moore (second team) as All Conference players.   Worcester State's Ali Maldonado was tabbed as the Offensive Player of the Year while Bridgewater State's Delaney Langton was selected as the rookie of the year.  Yasmina Carvalho of BSU was the Champion's Choice coach of the year.   Richardson, a graduate of Hoosac Valley, is no stranger to the All Conference team as she's been selected for the third straight season.

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Ladley Remembered for Fight, Family, Fealty to Berkshire County Sports Community
By Stephen Dravis, iBerkshires.com Sports
10:08AM / Thursday, November 01, 2018
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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Ed Ladley was remembered Wednesday evening as a giant of the Berkshire County sporting community.   The New England Basketball Hall of Fame inductee, legendary Wahconah boys basketball coach and educator died on Wednesday. And as word of his passing got around the county coaching fraternity, one word was on everyone's lips: competitor.   "Even when his son, Timmy, played for me my first year at Pittsfield, I remember him yelling at his players because Timmy had five 3s against Wahconah," said Ron Wojcik, now the girls basketball coach at Hoosac Valley.   "Timmy, at the time, was one of our best if not our best player, and [Ed

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MCLA Volleyball Falls in MASCAC Tournament
10:33PM / Tuesday, October 30, 2018
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WESTFIELD, Mass. – The Westfield State volleyball team Tuesday advanced in the MASCAC tournament with a first round, 3-1 (26-24, 20-25, 25-12, 25-12), win over the visiting MCLA Trailblazers.   Brianna Starkey paved the way for the Owls with 18 kills and eight digs. Westfield setter, Ally Rega connected on 41 assists and picked up 11 digs in the victory.   The Trailblazers led wire-to-wire in the second set to even the match at 1-1. Lee High graduate Ahna Schlaefer and Wahconah grad Kelsey Lafreniere picked up the final point with a block. Schlaefer and Lafreniere each posted a team-high six kills on the night to lead MCLA. . Tessa Sestito and Celine Manigbas picked up 17

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MCLA Cross Country Teams Host MASCAC Championship
08:15PM / Saturday, October 27, 2018
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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Christopher Gamble placed 32nd Saturday to lead the MCLA men's cross country team at the Massachusetts State College Athletic Conference Championships at Mount Greylock Regional School.   Gamble covered the 8-kilometer course in 30 minutes, 36.08 seconds. The winning time, 27:17.22, was turned in by Bridgewater State's Trevor Wysong.   Fitchburg State won the team total. The host Trailblazers placed seventh.   Pittsfield High graduate Owen Fitzgerald and Monument Mountain's Tyler Wade placed 74th and 83rd, respectively, for MCLA.   WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Julie Gambill (24:50.13) placed 52nd to lead MCLA at the 5-kilometer MASCAC

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MCLA Volleyball Secures MASCAC Tourney Bid
10:59PM / Friday, October 26, 2018
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BUZZARDS BAY, Mass. -- The MCLA volleyball team needed a win over Mass Maritime to clinch a playoff berth in next week's MASCAC championships.   The Trailblazers did just that as they handed the Buccaneers a 3-0 defeat to advance into next week's tournament. The Trailblazers snapped a three-match slide as they ended the regular season at 8-17 and 2-5 in the league. The Bucs finish their season at 2-19 overall and 1-6 in the MASCAC.   MCLA was in a dogfight early on as they held off MMA 26-24 in the opening set. The second set was just as tough as the Trailblazers eeked out a 25-23 win.  They would close out the match with a more routine 25-15 win in the

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