Pittsfield Thunder Baseball Takes Two from Americans

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NORTH ADAMS, Mass. -- Brayden Gutzmer had four hits, including a double and a triple, to help lead the Pittsfield Thunder 14-year-old travel baseball team to a double-header sweep of the Berkshire Americans on Sunday at Joe Wolfe field.
 
In the opener, Gutzmer had two extra-base hits, and Antonio Scalise tripled and scored twice. Nick Brindle had two hits and a walk in an 11-0 win.
 
Charlie Wendell struck out five in four innings of work to get the win on the mound.
 
Austin Buda doubled for the Americans.
 
In Game 2, Alex Williams doubled, and eight different Pittsfield players had a hit in a 6-2 win.
 
Ben Cornish and Gutzmer split time on the mound; Cornish struck out four to earn the win.
 
Collin Booth and Brady Vallieres each had a pair of hits for the Americans. Booth also gave up one earned run in four innings of work on the mound.
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Pittsfield Seeks Input For Draft Bicycle Facilities Master Plan

PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The city of Pittsfield is requesting public input for its draft Bicycle Facilities Master Plan.
 
The plan aims to establish a safe, comfortable and connected bicycle network throughout the city that is accessible to people of all ages and abilities.
 
"With this project, the City of Pittsfield is taking a significant step in its steadfast commitment to plan and implement a safe and accessible citywide network for people who bike for various reasons to a range of destinations throughout Pittsfield," City Planner CJ Hoss said. "The development of this master plan will be a collaborative process, and we are seeking to hear from the community."
 
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