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The Adams seventh- and eighth-grade travel girls basketball team celebrates its victory. Top row, from left: coaches Mike Meczywor and Jay Lesure, Taylor Garabedian, Abby Scilabba, Emma Meczywor, Ashlyn Lesure, Raegan Rose, Hanna Shea and coach Ryan Shea. Bottom row: Haley Mcneice, Sophie Reid, Lily Speed and Maryn Cappiello. Missing from picture: Nora Moser.

Adams Girls Basketball Travel Team Wins Tourney

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CHESHIRE, Mass. -- The Adams seventh- and eighth-grade travel girls basketball team won its home tournament over the weekend by knocking off two teams from New York.
 
North Adams made a strong run, beating Greylock and Ballston Spa, N.Y., before falling to Adams.
 
Adams advanced and defeated a tough Averill Park, N.Y., team that defeated them the day prior to win the tournament.
 
The tournament win was the Adams girls second championship of the season.
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Adams Resource Officer Makes Spirit Week Videos

By Jack GuerinoiBerkshires Staff

Officer Dabrowski has a lot of sports jerseys for Jersey Day. 

ADAMS, Mass. — Police Officer Nicholas Dabrowski spent last week connecting with homebound Hoosac Valley Elementary pupils through a series of daily broadcasts. 

Schools have been closed for two weeks and won't reopen until May because of the novel coronavirus pandemic. But Dabrowski, the school resource officer, wanted to make sure no one missed out on some school spirit. 
 
"Social media has been so negative and I'd just wanted to let the kids know we're thinking of them and give them something to do each day," he said.
 
Dabrowski said although he tends to keep to himself he does have a "goofy side." One night during dinner, his wife encouraged him to utilize this to let the kids know he was thinking about them.
 
"My wife knew that I missed my time at the school," he said. "Much of our dinner conversations are centered around my conversations with the kids at lunch."
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