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The Greylock Thunder U18 travel softball team.
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The Greylock Thunder U14 travel softball team.
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The Greylock Thunder U16 travel softball team.

Greylock Thunder Softball Teams Open Fall Season

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The Greylock Thunder travel softball program had three teams in action over the weekend in fall ball competitions.
 
The 18-and-under Thunder swept a double-header in Easthampton on Sunday.
 
Greylock beat the Valley Storm, 5-1, and the Warriors, 7-3, as Rylie Bishop and Alexa Kinley each homered.
 
The U16 team swept a double-header against the Guilderland Titans in Altamont, N.Y.
 
The Thunder U14 squad traveled to Duanesburg, N.Y., where it fell to the Cylcones Orange and the Cyclones Black.
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Elections Go Off Without a Hitch in Adams, Cheshire

By Jeff SnoonianiBerkshires Staff

Mike Kruszyna, seen with his wife, Karen, at the polls Monday, unseated incumbent Jeffrey Warner for a three-year term on the Cheshire Board of Health.
ADAMS, Mass. — Adams and Cheshire held their annual town elections Monday and despite all the changes necessitated by the COVID-19 pandemic, there were no problems reported at either polling station. 
 
The towns typically hold local elections on the first Monday in May but the social distancing guidelines implemented by Gov. Charlie Baker nearly 80 days ago forced them to draw up new plans. The towns are obligated to hold elections on the same day because of their shared school district.
 
Voter turnout was down in both towns, which could be attributed to the virus or to the lack of uncontested offices.
 
Cheshire had just two, the Board of Health, where challenger Mike Kruszyna unseated incumbent Jeffrey Warner for a three-year term (275-141), and a write-in campaign by Colin Haas that fell just short (195-173) for the Water Commissioner spot held by Mickey Biagini. There were 420 votes cast in total.
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