Williams Men's Soccer Tops RPI

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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Nathan Song Wednesday scored a pair of goals to lead the Williams College men's soccer team to a 5-2 win over Rensselaer Polytechnic in the Ephs' season opener.
 
Mount Greylock Regional School graduate Brady Foehl scored a goal for the Ephs.
 
Williams (1-0) travels to play Tufts on Saturday.
 
Women's Soccer
CLINTON, N.Y. -- Hamilton's Olivia Zubarik scored in the 89th minute to give the Continentals a 1-1 tie with Williams in the season opener for both sides.
 
Ava Simunovic scored for Williams, which got a pair of saves from Chelsea Taylor.
 
Willams (0-0-1) goes to Tufts on Saturday.

 

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Williamstown Police Sergeant Wants Disciplinary Hearing Made Public

By Stephen DravisiBerkshires Staff
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The town Thursday will hold a disciplinary hearing against a police sergeant who has filed a discrimination complaint against the town with the commonwealth.
 
The attorney for Sgt. Scott McGowan on Wednesday announced that McGowan has filed a new complaint against the town with the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination, alleging that he was placed on administrative leave last winter as retaliation for allegations he raised in a 2019 MCAD complaint and subsequent federal lawsuit against the town, the former town manager and the former police chief.
 
The town, meanwhile, has scheduled a disciplinary hearing for McGowan for Thursday. McGowan's attorney said Wednesday in a news release that McGowan is exercising his right to make the virtual hearing open to the public.
 
At press time, the town did not respond to requests about how the public will be able to access the hearing, and no link was available in the calendar section on the town website.
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