TenBarge Scores Six Goals in Williams Lacrosse Win

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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Emma TenBarge scored six goals Saturday to lead the Williams College women's lacrosse team to a 15-12 win over Colby.
 
Claire Fitzpatrick had a hat trick and set up two goals for the Ephs (8-5, 4-5 NESCAC), who got six saves from Kami Cisneros.
 
Williams goes to Saratoga Springs, N.Y., to play Skidmore on Sunday.
 
Men's Lacrosse
WATERVILLE, Maine -- Cory Lund scored twice and set up a goal in a balanced Williams attack as the Ephs beat Colby, 11-6.
 
Harry Gahgan stopped 11 shots for Williams (10-2, 6-2), which hosts Western New England on Wednesday.
 
Baseball
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Mike Stamas doubled to center field to drive in a run in the bottom of the 10th to give Williams a 5-4 win over Middlebury and a 2-1 edge in the three-game weekend series.
 
Stamas went 3-for-4 in the victory.
 
Eric Pappas went 5-for-6 and scored a run.
 
Kyle Dean pitched two innings of scoreless, one-hit relief to earn the win on the mound.
 
The Panthers beat Williams, 10-0, earlier on Saturday.
 
Williams goes to Skidmore on Tuesday.
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Williamstown Fire District Opts to Cancel Street Light Plan

By Stephen DravisiBerkshires Staff
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — After hearing widespread concern about potential health impacts, the Prudential Committee voted unanimously Wednesday to rescind a decision it made this winter to have LED bulbs installed in the town's street lamps.
 
The committee, which oversees the Fire District, at its monthly meeting decided to back out of an agreement with National Grid to swap out the current incandescent fixtures with light-emitting diodes that have bulbs that burn at 4,000 degrees Kelvin.
 
The color temperature of the planned bulbs generated considerable discussion at the district's annual meeting in May and again at a recent meeting of the town's Planning Board, which concurrently is discussing a bylaw amendment aimed to reduce light pollution.
 
The issue also prompted a couple of dozen people to attend Wednesday afternoon's meeting at the fire station -- many attending their first ever Prudential Committee meeting.
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