Welch Game-Winner Lifts Williams Icers Past Amherst

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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Elizabeth Welch scored with about six minutes left to give the Williams College women's hockey team a 2-1 win over Amherst on Saturday.
 
The Ephs (7-4-2) took a lead late in the second period when Maddie Tix scored with assists from Brynn Puppe and Mia Carroll.
 
Amherst (8-3-3) tied it midway through the third, but Welch scored the game-winner with assists from Kelly McCarthy and Georgia Keogh.
 
Chloe Heiting made 26 saves to earn the win in goal.
 
Williams goes to St. Anselm on Tuesday.
 
Men's Hockey
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Plattsburgh State came back from a two-goal deficit to tie Williams, 2-2.
 
Mac Carso and Myles Cunningham scored goals for Williams, which got 23 saves from Cosimo Lazzarino.
 
Williams (9-4-1) goes to Colby on Friday.
 
Women's Basketball
WATERVILLE, Maine -- Mikaela Topper scored 18 points to lead Williams to an 80-48 win over Colby.
 
Maddy Mandyck scored 10 points and grabbed nine rebounds.
 
The Ephs (13-4, 2-2 NESCAC) go to Amherst on Wednesday.
 
Men's Basketball
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Sam Jefferson scored 33 points to lead undefeated Colby to a 73-61 win over Williams.
 
Matt Karpowicz scored 26 points, including the 1,000th of his Williams career.
 
The Ephs (8-8, 2-2) go to Amherst on Wednesday.
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Williams Inn Combines Food & Brew for Youth Center Benefit

By Tammy DanielsiBerkshires Staff

David Fields of Wormtown delivers a draft at the brewery's 'takeover' of the Barn on Jan. 29. Patrons got to try the beer and some of the food pairing from chef Kevin DeMarco.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The interest in craft brewing has been inspiring menus that reflect the unique tones of these ales, lagers and stouts. 
 
We're not talking hot dogs and backyard barbecues — although there's certainly nothing wrong with that — but rather pairings akin to popular wine dinners at which both food and beverage are matched to complement and enhance each other.
 
Think crab cakes, Korean BBQ, cheddar cheese fondue and chocolate layer cake. 
 
That's the goal of the four-course beer dinner slated for Thursday, March 5, at the Barn Kitchen & Bar at the new Williams Inn. The beer is being supplied by Wormtown Brewery of Worcester and the menu by the Barn's Executive Chef Kevin DeMarco. The dinner is designed to not only satisfy those with a taste for fine brew and a hearty appetite, but will also benefit the Williamstown Youth Center
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