SteepleCats Continue Hot Start

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NORTH ADAMS, Mass. -- Scout Knotts went 3-for-5 with a double Sunday to lead the North Adams SteepleCats to a 5-1 win over Upper Valley at Joe Wolfe Field.
Nicholas Payero and Mason Ronan combined on the win on the mound.
Ronan started and struck out nine while allowing one run over four innings. Payero came on and threw five innings of scoreless relief to pick up the win.
Brian Picone and Paul Komisek each had a pair of hits in an 11-hit North Adams attack.
The SteepleCats (4-0) host the Valley Blue Sox on Tuesday.
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MaSCAC Cancels Fall Sports

Massachusetts State College Athletic Conference
WESTFIELD, Mass. - The Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference announced Thursday morning that the eight MaSCAC Presidents made the difficult decision to suspend the fall 2020 athletic season, including all indoor and outdoor athletic competition. 
“The MaSCAC Presidents know the value of intercollegiate athletics to our campus community and how important sports are to our student-athletes," said MCLA President James Birge, the chair of the MaSCAC Council of Presidents. "The news that we need to suspend the fall season is understandably disappointing, but the health and safety of our students and staff is of the utmost importance.
“These are unprecedented times and making the difficult decision to suspend fall athletics is equally unprecedented.  We will continue to monitor the facts and reevaluate the status of athletics as information and data evolves,” said President Birge.
The MaSCAC office has been meeting regularly with the presidents, athletic directors, athletic trainers and other essential staff to consider ways we can bring our student-athletes back to the playing field safely while adhering to all state, federal and NCAA guidelines with the health and well-being of our student-athletes and our staff as our priority. 
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