St. Stanislaus Kostka School Honor Roll

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ADAMS, Mass. St. — Stanislaus Kostka School in Adams has announced its Honor Roll for the fourth and final marking period of the 2023-2024 academic year. 
 
A student merits High Honors for an average of 93 or higher. A student merits Honors for an average between 85 and 92.9.
 
The list is below:
 
High Honors (93+)
 
8th Grade: Claire McGrath, Abigail Meaney
 
7th Grade: Julia Daly, Marlene Eason, Kailin Kareh, Aiden Mendonca, Audrey Potvin 
 
6th Grade: Owen Manning
 
Honors (85-92.9)
 
8th Grade: Kylie Krutiak, Anthony Trzcinski
 
7th Grade: Alaina Chittenden, Traylen DeBlois, Jin Sysoumang
 

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ACS Swat 16U Squad Tops Dalton in CRA Tourney

By Stephen DravisiBerkshires.com Sports
DALTON, Mass. – Rachael Wnuk hit a three-run double to help her team take a 9-0 lead, and the ACS Swat 16-year-old travel softball team earned a 12-7 win over Dalton on the first day of the 14th annual Dalton CRA Tournament.
 
Wnuk’s inside-the-park round tripper came in a six-run second inning for Adams-Cheshire-Savoy, which was able to survive with the win despite three-run rallies by the hosts in the third and fourth innings of the game that was stopped after five due to the tournament’s time rule.
 
“Huge hit,” ACS coach Lou Moser said. “I’ll tell you, I’ve coached that young lady since she was in coach-pitch division. She sees the ball very well. She’s become a really proficient hitter, going the opposite way when she knows she can.
 
“I’m super proud of that kid.”
 
It was a good evening all the way around for the ACS Swat program, which also saw its 12U team beat the Greylock Thunder, 7-2, in their tournament opener.
 
On Saturday morning, Dalton and the Berkshire Force have teams entered in the tournament’s 10U division. And the Thunder, Force and Swat all compete in the 12Us. The 16U age group features the Force, ACS Swat and Dalton. Semi-finals and finals for all three age groups are scheduled for Sunday starting at 8 a.m.
 
For the ACS 16s on Friday, Nora Kondel went 2-for-3 with a double and a pair of RBIs, Ava Cariddi was 2-for-2 with a couple of stolen bases, and Marlie Auger was 1-for-2 with a double and an RBI to help pace the ACS offense.
 
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