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Giorgi League Men's Playoffs Tip Off

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NORTH ADAMS, Mass. -- Men's division playoffs got underway on Monday in the John Giorgi Summer Basketball League with Flynn & Dagnoli/Kingsbread and Swish advancing in their respective divisions.
 
In the A Division, Shaq Ardrey scored 16 points, and Dave Wellington and Joe Wiggins each scored 12 to lead Flynn & Dagnoli to a 70-63 win over Yard Work by Dan.
 
Lavante Wiggins scored 10, grabbed five rebounds and blocked a shot in the win.
 
Yard Work by Dan got a game-high 17 points from Tank Roberson. Isaac Percy scored 13, and Quincy Davis and Keko McCardel added 11 and 10, resepectively.
 
Keith Czubryt scored 14 points and collected nine rebounds to lead Swish to a 40-36 win over iBerkshires.com in the B Division playoffs.
 
Brandon Hurst scored 11 for iBerkshires.
 
On Tuesday night, the high school division title game is set to tip off at 6:30 when Drury meets Monument Mountain. The game will be played at Noel Field but moved to the Armory in the event of rain.
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North Adams Cancels All Summer Events for 2020

NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The year 2020 was supposed to be a year of celebration for the North Adams to mark the 125 years since it had incorporated as a city.
 
But the arrival of the novel coronavirus has put all those plans off now — along with a host of beloved summer activities.
 
The city of North Adams has made the decision to cancel all annual summer events through Labor Day. This includes the Concerts at Windsor Lake series, Movies Under the Stars at Colegrove Park, the Eagle Street Beach Party, Downtown Celebration, and the Motorama Car Show.
 
"I know this is a disappointing announcement. Our summer events bring people together to spend time with friends and neighbors, and to celebrate the sense and spirit of community that we hold so dear here in North Adams," said North Adams Mayor Thomas Bernard. "Like so many other communities, we're making this tough decision in the interest of public health and in light of current COVID-19 guidance. We intend and hope that all annual public events and series will resume as normal in 2021, following a safe and healthy recovery from COVID-19."
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