Williams Women's Hockey Wins in OT

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CLINTON, N.Y. -- Ellia Chiang scored in overtime Saturday to lead the Williams College women's hockey team to  2-1 win over Hamilton.
 
Meghan Halloran scored in the first period and assisted on Chiang's game-winner.
 
Chloe Heiting stopped 29 shots to earn the win for Williams (3-2, 2-2 NESCAC), which hosts William Smith on Saturday evening.
 
Men's Hockey
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Jacob Monroe scored with 3 minutes, 26 seconds left in the third in Willims' 5-4, comeback win over Tufts.
 
Mitchell Pelletier scored three minutes earlier to erase a 4-3 lead for the Jumbos, who had scored four straight.
 
Nick Altmann, Niko Karaminis and Sean Clarke scored for Williams, which got 26 saves from Cosimo Lazzarino.
 
Williams (3-2, 3-0) goes to Middlebury on Sunday.
 
Women's Basketball
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Maggie Meehan scored 21 points to lead Williams to a 63-56 win over Babson.
 
Maddy Mandyck and Ryan Taylor scored 13 points apiece.
 
Williams (4-4) goes to Smith on Tuesday.
 
Men's Basketball
MIDDLETOWN, Conn. -- Nate Karren scored 25 points to lead Williams to a 69-60 win over Wesleyan.
 
Cole Prowitt-Smith and Jovan Jones scored 15 and 10, respectively, in the win.
 
Williams (7-0) hosts Union on Thursday.
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Mount Greylock School Committee Advances Natural Grass Playing Field Plan

By Stephen DravisiBerkshires Staff
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Mount Greylock Regional School Committee voted Thursday to order design work for a new natural grass multi-sport athletic field at the middle/high school.
 
For the first time in the long and complicated history of the natural vs. synthetic turf field debate in the district, the committee voted to move forward with a field plan that does not include an artificial turf surface.
 
Carolyn Greene, the chair of the School Committee's Finance Subcommittee, reported that the latter panel decided at its late December meeting to recommend a field project that puts a natural grass playing field at the center of a new, six-lane artificial track.
 
Greene said the district has gained more knowledge and expertise in the last couple of years about how to maintain its existing playing fields to maximize playability, and a move to create a new natural grass field might progress without the level of opposition from community members that has met previous plans for an artificial turf field. 
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