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Boys Baseball is Rollin’

Trevor Sicard, Contributor

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2016 Varsity Baseball

Varsity baseball has seen a pretty impressive season so far. With a record of 10-6 they are on the road to the playoffs. The Nashoba team beat Westboro and won a game with an amazing score of 15-0, against Fitchburg. There are nineteen total players and the team will soon lose nine seniors as they graduate in June. The exceptional roster of teammates has greatly contributed to the team’s success.

     Alex Borsari, Tom Bunnell, Nick Carlucci, Jim Henry, Colin McCormack, Derek Pasquale, Ethan Sprague, and Luke Worthington are all top quality players. They bring their expertise to the baseball diamond each and every day. With the season coming to a close, the boys hope to make a good run in the post-season.  They will have this opportunity as they compete against Lincoln-Sudbury Regional and Marlborough High School. Good luck Chieftains!

 

 

 

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