Dos Santos Wins Berkshire Junior Series Opener

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DALTON, Mass. -- Nathan Dos Santos carded a 79 Monday at Wahconah Country Club to win the first Berkshire County Junior Golf series event of the summer.
 
Dos Santos, who plays out of Worthington Golf Club, defeated Harrison Seeley of Cranwell, who placed second with an 89, and Daniel Wilson of Wahconah CC (98) in the 16-and-over division.
 
In the 14-15 age group, Berkshire Hills' Brenden Hayden placed first with an 81.
 
It was a tight group atop the leaderboard behind Hayden. Nate Murphy (G.E.A.A) was right behind him with an 83, and Max DiGrigoli (Country Club of Pittsfield) and Max Shepardson (Greenock CC) tied for third at 84.
 
In the 13-and-under age group, Owen Petropolis (Waubeeka Golf Links) was first with a 96, just ahead of Brady DiGrigoli (Stockbridge Golf Club) at 98.
 
The six-week Monday series continues next week at Greenock.
 
For information, call John Marlowe at 413-663-7938.
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Dalton Fire Dedicates New Engine, Honors Member's Heroic Effort

By Andy McKeeveriBerkshires Staff

Chief Cahalan honors Firefighter Dennis Tinker for recently saving a woman's life.
DALTON, Mass. — The vehicles, badges, and names may change but there remains a tradition in the Fire Department -- volunteers risk their lives to protect the town.
 
On Sunday, the department held a ceremony recognizing both its history and its future.
 
Firefighters dedicated their new Engine 1 to the only Dalton firefighter to die while on duty and presented a Medal of Valor to a current firefighter for his role in saving a woman's life last month.
 
Arthur "Pop" Krum died in 1949 while responding to a fire at 232 High St. It was before there was a mandatory retirement age and he was in his 70s when he had a heart attack on the scene. Krum had been a volunteer with the department for some three decades prior.
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