Adams Aces Earn 5-4 Win to Stay Undefeated in BABL

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Scott Nimons pitched the Adams Aces to a 5-4 win over the Moneymakers on Sunday as the Aces stayed unbeaten and in first place atop the 35-and-over division of the Berkshire Adult Baseball League.
Jeremy Broadwell earned a save as Adams improved to 3-0 this season.
Bryan Betters, Corey Swistak and Peter Greenbush each recorded a double in the game, which saw Jarrett Bayliss tagged with a loss for the Moneymakers.
Adams will put its perfect record on the line against the Gremlins (1-1) on Sunday, May 23, at 10 a.m. on the American Legion field in Dalton.
Pirates 9, Gremlins 8
Ryan Sullivan homered, and Jason Ryan, Josh Froebel, Nathan Keay and Dave Clark each doubled. Clark also earned the win on the hill; Corey Delisle took the loss.
Tunnel City 11, Spiders 1
Ryan Shea was the winning pitcher for Tunnel City. Chris LaFrance and Aaron Ricci each hit a double. Pat Priester got the decision for the Spiders.
20-and-Over Division
Housatonic 7, GB Millers 5
Kevin Robinson hit a home run, and Alex Salazar, Oliver Cookson and Tyler Wade each doubled. Wade was the winning pitcher; Nick Arre took the loss.
BBA 3, Berkshire Devils 2
Kevin Donati hit a triple to lead Berkshire Baseball Academy. Hunter Potash outdueled the Devil's Alex Carusotto to earn the win.
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Berkshire County In Mild Drought Conditions

BOSTON — Although drought conditions have improved in some regions in the Commonwealth, Berkshire County remains in mild drought conditions.
With periodic precipitation events occurring throughout the Commonwealth in recent weeks, drought conditions, with the exception of groundwater in certain regions, improved or remained steady. As a result of recent data collections, Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) Secretary Kathleen Theoharides  announced that the Western and Cape Cod Regions will remain at a Level 1-Mild Drought.
"This summer, the Commonwealth's drought monitor regions continue to experience fluctuations in conditions, which necessitates us all to take proactive water conservation steps to reduce the burden on our natural systems and public water supplies," said Energy and Environmental Affairs Secretary Kathleen Theoharides. "With the growing season and high water usage recreation months officially starting, we strongly recommend that both residents and businesses limit outdoor water use to safeguard vital water systems." 
As outlined in the Massachusetts Drought Management Plan, a Level 1-Mild Drought warrants detailed monitoring of drought conditions, close coordination among state and federal agencies, and technical outreach and assistance to the affected municipalities.
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