Coughlan's Big Night Lifts Team in Giorgi League

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NORTH ADAMS, Mass. -- Jameson Coughlan scored 21 points and grabbed 20 rebounds Monday to lead Frank Field Contracting to a 41-32 win over Maselli/Bedard Bros. in the John Giorgi Summer Basketball League.
 
Anton Wright led Maselli with 11 points.
 
In Monday's other game, Joe Wiggins scored 18 points as Flynn & Dagnoli/Kingsbread beat RJ's Taxi, 68-32.
 
Mike and Jayden Cross each scored 10. Mike Cross had 10 rebounds for a double-double.
 
Alex Heck and Justice Marable each scored eight for RJ's.
 
On Sunday in the Giorgi League, Fortitude Strength and Conditioning earned a 53-39 win over Swish.
 
Mike Muller scored a game-high 14 and grabbed eight rebounds for Fortitude. Bill Janner chipped in with 11.
 
Swish was led by Keith Czubryt with 11 points, seven rebounds and three blocks.
 
On Monday at Noel Field, there will be two more games in the men's division as Yard Work by Dan takes on Lifting Standards at 6:30, followed by Waterman's Excavating against iBerkshires.com.
 
The rain site is the Armory.
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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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