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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Summer Celebration in Drury High Graduation Plans

By Tammy DanielsiBerkshires Staff
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Drury High School graduates will be getting their diplomas via a car parade on June 11 but school officials confirmed there will be a celebration later this summer.
 
Several other schools are holding their graduations or a celebration after July 19, the date set by the state Department of Education to allow for outside ceremonies that abide by health guidelines because of COVID-19. 
 
Last week's announcement of a car parade led to grumbling over the weekend from parents and students who had also expected a delayed graduation ceremony. 
 
Principal Timothy Callahan said he and class adviser Christopher Caproni had met with the class officers to assure them that an outside graduation continues to be in the plans.
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