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MVRCS Eagles share career choices during Senior Night softball game

Malden and Everett residents from the Mystic Valley Regional Charter School Girls’ Varsity Softball Eagles were honored during last Thursday night’s Senior Night against the KIPP Academy Panthers.

First Baseman/Outfielder Gianna Gray, who hails from Malden, was accompanied by Superintendent Alexander Dan, her parents Teresa and Michael, grandmother and siblings Rachele and Matthew during last Thursday’s Mystic Valley Girls Varsity Softball Eagles Senior Night against the KIPP Academy Panthers. Gray plans to attend UMASS Boston to major in environmental science.
Pitcher/Outfielder/Catcher Kali Griffiths, who hails from Malden, was accompanied by her parents Leanne and Greg, School Supt. Alexander Dan, and sister Johnna. Griffiths plans to attend tech school to become a medical esthetician.
Second Baseman Alina Hudson, who hails from Malden, was accompanied by School Supt. Alexander Dan, her parents Michael and Amanda, and her brother Sean. Hudson plans to attend Husson University to major in criminal justice and psychology.
Shortstop/Third Baseman Carissa Loesch, who hails from Everett, was accompanied by her parents Christine and Richard along with School Supt. Alexander Dan. Loesch plans to attend Husson University to major in occupational therapy.
Outfielder Kimthao Tran, who hails from Malden, was accompanied by School Supt. Alexander Dan and her parents Kim-na and Quao. Tran plans to attend Northeastern University.
Team Co-Manager Rianna Griffiths, who hails from Malden, was accompanied by her parents Leanne and Greg, sisters Kali and Johnna and School Supt. Alexander Dan. Griffiths plans to attend Salem State University.
Team Co-Manager Olivia Correale, who hails from Malden, was accompanied by School Supt. Alexander Dan and her mother Rita. Correale plans to attend Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences to study physical therapy.
Seniors, pictured from left to right: team co-manager Olivia Correale, Kimthao Tran, Alina Hudson, Carissa Loesch, Kali Griffiths, Gianna Gray and team co-manager Rianna Griffiths.
Senior Kali Griffiths threw out the ceremonial first pitch.

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