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Pictured, front row, from left: Mariah Barnes, Madeline Harrington, Gionnah Levardi and Mia Dejesus. Back row: Evelyn Julieano, Ella Stodden, coach Kirk Barnes, Grace Julieano , Kylie Duhamel, head coach Dave Pelkey, Madison Barber, Bella Tart, A.J. Pelkey, Jianna Kruger and coach Jorge Dejesus.

Berkshire Force 12U Team Wins New York Tournament

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HATHAM, N.Y. -- The Berkshire Force 12-and-under travel softball team went 5-0 over the weekend in winning the "Crush-Tober Fest" tournament at Chatham Memorial Fields.
 
The Force won the title game, 5-2, against the Bethlehem Bandits.
 
Team members include Mariah Barnes, Madeline Harrington, Gionnah Levardi,  Mia Dejesus, Evelyn Julieano, Ella Stodden, Grace Julieano, Kylie Duhamel, Madison Barber, Bella Tart, A.J. Pelkey and Jianna Kruger.
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Pittsfield Man Charged in Catalano Murder Pleads Guilty

PITTSFIELD, Mass. — A second man has been convicted in the 2018 murder of William Catalano. 
 
Jason Sefton, 23, pleaded guilty to murder on Wednesday in Berkshire Superior Court. Judge John Agostini sentenced Sefton to serve a life sentence with the opportunity for parole after 25 years.
 
His trial had been scheduled in two weeks. 
 
Sefton was one of three Pittsfield men charged in connection with the stabbing death of Catalano on Oct. 15, 2018. Catalano, 34, died at Berkshire Medical Center roughly 90 minutes after he was found lying on the sidewalk in front of 219 Robbins Ave. He had been stabbed multiple times.
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