Williams Volleyball Earns Five-Set Win at Home

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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Erin Denham had 22 kills Saturday to lead the Williams College volleyball team to a five-set win over Colby.
 
Lydia Kurtz had 16 kills, and Alexandra Newton had 38 assists in the 25-11, 26-28, 23-25, 25-16, 15-9 win.
 
Williams (11-5, 4-2 NESCAC) goes to the New England Challenge at MIT on Friday.
 
Football
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Bobby Maimaron threw for 191 yards and five touchdowns to lead Williams to a 35-10 win over Hamilton.
 
Frank Stola caught eight passes for 168 yards and four TDs.
 
Williams (4-1) hosts Bates next Saturday.
 
Women's Soccer
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Emma Lynch scored a goal, and Leyla Kamshad made one save to lead Williams to a 2-0 win over Farmingdale State.
 
Williams (7-2-1) hosts MIT on Sunday at noon.
 
Men's Crew
WORCESTER, Mass. -- All three Williams boats in eights finished in the top three of their respective classes at the Head of the Snake Regatta on Lake Quinsigamond.
 
Lenox's Jack Ellrodt rowed in the Williams A boat, which placed two-tenths of a second behind runner-up Trinity and nine seconds behind winner Holy Cross.
 
Women's Crew
WORCESTER, Mass. -- Williams' eight placed second in its race at the Head of the Snake Regatta.
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Six COVID-19 Cases Linked to Williamstown's Pine Cobble School

By Stephen DravisiBerkshires Staff
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Four children and two faculty members from Pine Cobble School have tested positive for COVID-19, the private school's head reported on Friday.
 
Ten days after a kindergarten teacher went home with a fever, the ensuing tests have turned up six cases, Sue Wells said.
 
"All the cases are contained to the kindergarten families, and the teachers in the kindergarten," she said.
 
All of the families in that kindergarten cohort were ordered by public health officials to either be tested for the novel coronavirus or quarantine for 14 days, Wells said.
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