Post 68 Juniors Take 2 in Westfield SportsPrint Story | Email Story
WESTFIELD, Mass. – Gavin O’Donnell went 3-for-4 with a triple and a double to lead the Pittsfield Post 68 Juniors to a 15-0 win over West Springfield Post 207 and a double-header sweep at Bullens Field on Sunday.
In the first game of the twin-bill, Post 68 edged Westfield Post 124, 7-5.
In the dominant, five-inning win in Game 2, Simon Mele and Ethan O’Donnell split time on the mound, striking out nine and not allowing a hit while walking four.
Post 68’s offense pounded out 10 hits, including doubles from Christian Aldrich and Jason Codey.
Pittsfield jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the first and scored six times in the fourth to put the game out of reach.
In Sunday’s opener, Gavin O’Donnell and David Wildgoose combined on a five-hitter, striking out seven and allowing three earned runs.
Pittsfield jumped ahead early with a four-run second and led 5-0 before Westfield got on the board with three in the fourth inning.
In the top of the sixth, two runs came home on an RBI groundout by Gavin O’Donnell to put Post 68 ahead by four runs, and the insurance came in handy with Westfield scoring twice in the bottom of the inning.
Connor Kirchner went 2-for-3 with a double, and Devin Reynolds was 2-for-2 at the plate. Caden Boehm doubled in a run in a six-hit attack for Post 68.
Pittsfield (10-2) hosts East Longmeadow Post 293 on Thursday.
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Dalton Public Safety Facility Advisory Committee Discusses Next Steps

By Sabrina DammsiBerkshires Staff
DALTON, Mass. — The town's Public Safety Facility Advisory Committee held its first meeting on last Wednesday. 
The committee voted to have two co-chairs and elected Don Davis and Craig Wilbur for the positions. 
The committee will be examining all the options for a new police station or combined public safety facility. The goal is to have a recommendation for the Select Board by a year from December. 
"The Public Safety Facility Advisory Committee shall examine all issues regarding the proposal for a new police station, including the potential for a new building to house the fire station and the emergency management director," Town Manager Thomas Hutcheson said. 
He also emphasized not to feel limited in this scope. 
"Issues include, but may not be limited to, whether and where to lease, buy or take property or to use existing town property, including whether to build a new building," he said 
The ex-officio seats are Bob Bishop as the Select Board representative, Police Chief Deanna Strout, Hutcheson, and Building and Grounds Superintendent Jeff Burch. 
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