ACS Softball Program Recognizes Players at Banquet

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ADAMS, Mass. -- The Adams-Cheshire-Savoy softball program held its year-end banquet on Sunday at the Bounti Fare Restaurant, recognizing players who exemplified the league's values of A.C.E.S.: attitude, coachability, effort and sportsmanship.
 
The most improved award was given to four players: Aurora Brackett, Danielle King, Nora Kondel and Lily Speed.
 
Six players received the program's sportsmanship award: Ella Palumbo, Callie Meyette, Avah Debenedetto, Nora Moser, Danielle Glasier and Brooke Bishop.
 
Aleasia Yeaton and Hanna Williams received the unsung hero award.
 
Also on hand at the banquet were the members of the 2019 Berkshire County Champion ACS Swat 12U team, who received championship sweatshirts.
 
The program recognized league secretary Donna Poulton and player Emma Moser for their work behind the scenes to help make the league a success.
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