Williams Men's Basketball Tops Tufts

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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Matt Karpowicz scored 19 points and grabbed 10 rebounds Saturday to lead the Williams College men's basketball team to a 71-66 win over Tufts.
Jovan Jones scored 14, and Cole Prowitt-Smith added 13 in the win.
Williams (13-11, 6-4 NESCAC) opens play in the league quarter-finals next weekend.
Women's Basketball
MEDFORD, Mass. -- Callin Harrington scored 19 points and grabbed nine rebounds to lead Tufts to a 76-63 win over Williams.
Maggie Meehan scored 17 points to lead Williams.
The Ephs (17-7, 6-4) play in the NESCAC quarter-finals next weekend.
Men's Hockey
MIDDLEBURY, Vt. -- Jack McCool scored a goal and set up two more to lead Williams to a 5-3 win over Middlebury.
The Ephs scored five straight between the second and third periods to take a 5-1 lead.
Cosimo Lazzarino stopped 25 shots to earn the win in goal.
Williams (15-6-1, 12-4) hosts Hamilton on Friday.
Women's Hockey
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Jenna Letterie scored twice to lead Middlebury to a 4-0 win over Williams.
Chloe Heiting stopped 19 shots for the Ephs (11-7-4, 8-2-1), who travel to Middlebury on Sunday.
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Williamstown's Images Cinema Offers Movies at Home During Shutdown

By Stephen DravisiBerkshires Staff
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — For decades, operators of movie theaters have been competing against home entertainment.
First there was television, then cable, then VCRs, then streaming services.
Movie houses have not given up on trying to beat 'em. But in the age of COVID-19, it cannot hurt to join them. … At least temporarily.
In late March, Images Cinema, the century-old theater on Spring Street, began offering first-run independent films through various distributors that patrons can watch on their computers or internet-enabled televisions.
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