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Lanesborough Youth Football Team Thanks Community

It is the season of giving, and the players and families of the Lanesborough Senior Tigers football team are feeling grateful.

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Youth Football Team Seeking Community's Help for Trip to World Championships

Last month's 26-6 win over Essex County, N.J., qualified the Berkshire County champions to face some of the top teams in the country in their age group at the home of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

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Lanesborough Tigers Head to National Tournament

On Thursday, the Lanesborough Senior Tigers will head to Sparta, N.J., to take part in the Northeast Regional of the Hall of Fame World Youth National Football Championship Tournament.

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Berkshire Blizzard Brings Home Trophy

The Berkshire Blizzard 14-and-under girls hockey team won the the Thousand Island Ice Out Tournament last weekend.

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Ladley Remembered for Fight, Family, Fealty to Berkshire County Sports Community

Wahconah coaching legend and teacher Ed Ladley is being remembered as a giant on the Berkshire County sports scene.

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North Adams Youth Bowling League Gets Some Help

League organizer Brent Lefebvre said because of the new financial partnership with MountainOne, the longtime youth bowling league will be able to teach more children how to bowl.

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Little League Notebook: Rhody Rally Sets Rematch with Pittsfield AL

The Pittsfield American Little League All-Stars Saturday play Coventry, R.I., for the New England Championship.

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Gillette Carnival at Berkshire Mall Entertains Young Families

The Gillette Carnival has returned for its 7th year at the Berkshire Mall. The carnival featuring about a dozen and a half rides, food and beverage vendors, and an array of games opened shop in the Berkshire Mall parking lot last Thursday. This is its final weekend providing an array of entertainment options for families and young children.

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Lanesborough Selectmen Discuss Safety of Youth Football

As more and more information is learned about brain injuries and football, Selectman Robert Ericson is questioning whether the town should change the sport for the town's youth. "The CTE, degenerative brain disease, is happening more and more. It is a direct result of a game where kids, especially young children, get banged around a lot. Is there a way we can make football a little safer for our children?" Ericson questioned. "Is it time that we, as adults, start to look at the safety and lon

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