Karpowicz Leads Williams Men's Basketball to Season-Opening Win

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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Matt Karpowicz scored a team-high 14 points and grabbed a team-high 11 rebounds to lead the Williams men's basketball team to a season-opening 70-51 win over Worcester State on Friday night.
Jovan Jones scored 13 points and passed out three assists, and Henry Feinberg and Spencer Spivy scored 11 and 10 points, respectively.
Tyler Dion scored a game-high 18, and Cal Howes had 20 rebounds and 13 points for Worcester State (1-2).
Williams Saturday plays the winner of Friday's late game between SUNY Polytechnic and Colby-Sawyer.
Women's Hockey
WATERVILLE, Maine -- Lexi Cafiero scored in the final minute of regulation to give Colby a 2-1 win over Williams.
Maddie Trixscored with an assist from Meaghan Halloran in the second period for the Ephs (0-1). Colby scored midway through the second to tie it.
Chloe Heiting made 34 saves for Williams, which plays Colby again on Saturday afternoon.
Men's Hockey
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Williams scored three times in the second period to erase a erase a one-goal deficit en route to a 4-1 win over Colby in Friday's season opener.
Aaron Pinto tied it, and Nick Altmann scored the game-winner early in the second.
Jack Forrest and Tyler Scott each had a pair of assists, and Cosimo Lazzarino made 20 saves to earn the win in goal.
Williams hosts Bowdoin on Saturday afternoon.
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Bennington Museum Opens its Doors

By Stephen DravisiBerkshires Staff
BENNINGTON, Vt. — With less than three hours to go before opening his institution to the public, Bennington Museum Executive Director Joshua Torrance was on Cloud 9.
Or, at least, close.
"I'm actually sitting on top of a tall ladder adjusting lights as I talk to you," Torrance said on Friday morning.
The Main Street museum, which shut down in March because of the COVID-19 pandemic, was making final preparations for its 1 p.m. opening.
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