Maimaron, Williams Football Cruise Past Bates

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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Bobby Maimaron threw for 209 yards and three touchdowns Saturday to lead the Williams College football team to a 35-7 win over Bates.
Dan Vaughn ran for 96 yards, and the Ephs kept the Bobcats off the scoreboard until midway through the fourth quarter.
Williams (5-1) is at Trinity on Saturday.
Field Hockey
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Emma Ticknor converted an assist from Emily Batchelor to give Williams a 1-0 win over Bates.
Abby Lloyd made one save to earn the win in goal for Williams (11-1, 7-1 NESCAC), which goes to Bowdoin on Saturday.
Men's Soccer
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Jules Oberg scored in the second overtime to give Williams a 1-0 win over Bates.
Michael Davis stopped two shots to earn the shutout in goal for the Ephs (5-3-4, 3-2-2), who host Hamilton on Wednesday.
Women's Soccer
WILLIAMSTOWN -- Victoria Laino and Emma Lynch each scored a goal for Williams in a 2-0 win over Bates.
Leyla Kamshad and Chelsea Taylor split time in goal for the Ephs, combining for five saves.
Williams (8-3-1, 6-2) is at Bowdoin on Saturday.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- Williams split a pair of matches at the New England Challenge, losing in three sets to MIT before coming back to top Springfield in five sets.
Against the Pride, Lydia Kurtz had 17 kills, and Erin Denham and Lauren Berry recorded 13 and 11 kills, respectively, in a 16-25, 25-21, 20-25, 25-21, 16-4 win.
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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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