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Everett Little League celebrates summer ball with field day and banquet

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  Everett Little League wrapped up their summer season with a field day and banquet on Saturday at Sacramone Park. Minor and major league champions received trophies while batting competition winners received bats. The banquet was open to T-Ball, farm and minors and major league divisions.
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Lorenzo Papa won the batting contest for the eight-year-old division. Pictured here with him is player agent Joseph Young.
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Members of the White Sox Major Leagues Champions, pictured from left to right: Front row: Ryan Tiberii, MJ Guida, Ty Spencer, Carlos Gutierrez, Caden Foley and Assistant Coach Christian Foley; back row: Assistant Coach Michael Guida, Head Coach Joseph Young, Nicholas Young and Alex Babocca. Not present: Timothy Perez, Jayden Groux and Christian Miranda.
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Volunteer coaches Evan Murphy and Jason Harr each received a sweatshirt for their help this season.
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Red Sox Minor Leagues Champions, pictured from left to right: Back row: Jaren Sanchez, Daniel Harr, Brian Chacon, Lucas Wood and Kyle Tiberii; front row: Nicholas Savi, Allie Grant and Collin Walsh, Coach Brian Savi, Red Sox Minor Leagues Head Coach Marc Harr and Assistant Coach Jason Harr.
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Kat and Sam Mason received a plaque “In Recognition Of Your Continued Support Of Everett Little League” during Saturday’s Everett Little League Banquet at Sacramone Park.
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Brian and Allie Grant won batting contest for the six- and 10-year-old batting division.
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MJ Guida won the 12-year-old batting competition. Pictured here with him is player agent Joseph Young.
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Nicholas Young won the 11-year-old batting competition. Pictured here is his father, Joseph Young.
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Allie Grant won the 10-year-old batting competition. Pictured here with her is player agent Joseph Young.
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Brayden Sanchez won the nine-year-old batting competition. Pictured here with him is player agent Joseph Young.

(Advocate photos by Tara Vocino)

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