Dalton CRA Holds 23rd Annual Just for Kicks Tournament

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DALTON, Mass. -- The hosts from Dalton won two divisions and placed two more teams in the finals of six divisions at the 23rd annual youth soccer CRA Just for Kicks Tournament over the weekend.
Fifty-nine teams competed in the event, which uses the fields at Wahconah Regional High School and Nessacus Middle School.
Dalton teams won the fifth- and sixth-grade Division 1 girls competition and the seventh- and eighth-grade girls division.
Dalton's girls also were finalists in the fifth- and sixth-grade Division 2 girls, and Dalton boys were finalists in the seventh- and eighth-grade boys.
Williamstown won the fifth- and sixth-grade boys Division 1 division, topping Northampton in the finals. In Division 2, Gateway defeated North Adams.
In the fifth- and sixth-grade girls age group. Dalton topped Berkshire Hills in the Division 1 final, and Nirvana defeated Dalton in D2.
Berkshire Hills beat Dalton in the seventh- and eighth-grade boys final. Dalton's seventh- and eighth-grade girls beat Pittsfield in their title game.
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Archambault Leads Wahconah to Fall Ball Win over Mount Greylock

By Stephen DravisiBerkshires.com Sports
DALTON, Mass. -- Zach Archambault hit a grand slam to center field and pitched a strong inning of relief to close out a 14-4, five inning win for Wahconah against Mount Greylock in Babe Ruth baseball on Saturday at Pine Grove Park.
Archambault gave the hosts a double-digit lead in the bottom of the third.
After Lucas Wildrick, Colin Mackie and Drew Wendling each worked a walk, Archambault blasted a one-out homer that cleared the fence and made it 13-2.
It was 14-2 going to the top of the fifth, but the Mounties mounted a rally.
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