Williams Women Win in Double OT

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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Mikaela Topper scored 23 points to lead four Ephs in double figures as the Williams College women's basketball team beat Vassar, 76-65, in double overtime on Tuesday.
 
Emily Chang scored 13, Maggie Meehan had 12, and Maddy Mandyck scored 10 to go with a team-high eight rebounds.
 
Williams (2-0) hosts Endicott on Friday.
 
Men's Basketball
ONEONTA, N.Y. -- Harrison Deegan scored 23 points to lead SUNY Oneonta to a 74-69 win over Williams.
 
Cole Prowitt-Smith scored 17 points, and Jovan Jones ahd a double-double with 14 points and 12 rebounds for the Ephs.
 
Williams (2-1) hosts Wesleyan on Saturday.
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Mount Greylock Committee Member Pushes to Reopen Schools

By Stephen DravisiBerkshires Staff

Steven Miller participates in a recent meeting of the Mount Greylock Regional School Committee via Zoom.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The chair of the Mount Greylock School Committee's Education Subcommittee on Tuesday repeatedly pressed the district's interim superintendent to develop benchmarks that could be met in order to allow a return to full in-person instruction.
 
For now, school officials are planning to begin school in mid-September in a hybrid model that sees half the students in preK through ninth grade attending classes in person two days a week with the rest of their time on learning spent remotely; sophomores through seniors in high school would attend school one day a week under the current plan.
 
Several times during a more than two-hour virtual meeting, Steven Miller reiterated his contention that the Lanesborough-Williamstown district is uniquely situated to move to full, in-person instruction.
 
"We are in a wonderful situation where we are in a rural setting with people who are responsible, who are socially distancing and wearing masks," said Miller, who also referred to the county's low incidence of COVID-19 positive tests.
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