Davis, Shatford Lead Teams to Giorgi League Victories

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NORTH ADAMS, Mass. -- Brandon Davis connected seven times from beyond the 3-point arc to score a game-high 22 and lead Swish to a 66-44 win over Frank Field Contracting on Monday in the John Giorgi Summer Basketball League.
 
Swish lived up to its team name, hitting 17 3s as a team.
 
Robbie Burke scored 15 for Frank Field, which got a double-double from Jameson Coughlan, who had 14 points and 12 rebounds.
 
In Monday's other game, Fortitude Strength & Conditioning defeated Central Radio, 62-32.
 
Lucas Shatford had a game-high 27 points and eight boards for Fortitude.
 
Kollin Allard and Nino Sanchez added 15 and 10, respectively, in the win.
 
For Central Radio, Travis Rice scored 15 points, and Pat Kennedy had 19 rebounds.
 
On Tuesday at Noel Field, it’s the high school division in action. Monument Mountain faves Mount Greylock at 6:30, followed by McCann Tech against Drury. 
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North County High Schools Make Graduation Plans

NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Local high schools have been trying to figure out how to properly send off their graduates in a middle of a pandemic. 
 
The administrations at four schools in North County have come up with ways they think will adhere to state guidelines to ensure graduates safety from the novel coronavirus.
 
School officials representing Drury High School, Hoosac Valley High School, Mount Greylock Regional School and McCann Technical School have been meeting regarding the challenges of school closures because of COVID-19.
 
State Commissioner of Elementary and Secondary Education Jeffrey Riley on May 21 issued specific guidance regarding graduation plans. This guidance included the following criteria: Ceremonies held up to Saturday, July 18, should be held virtually or in extremely limited other circumstances following safety protocols (e.g., car parades). Ceremonies held beginning Sunday, July 19, may take place outside under the standards outlined in the guidance and assuming the public health data supports the continued opening of our state.
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