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Mystic Valley Eagles Baseball Team Honored on Senior Night

Saugus and Everett residents from Mystic Valley Regional Charter School Eagles Baseball Team have impressed their coaches in their ball playing, announced during last Friday night’s Senior Night game against the Rockport High School Vikings.

Left-fielder Amine Jamouq presented flowers to his mother Fran, School Supt. Alexander Dan and to his brother Sami during last Friday night’s Mystic Valley Regional Charter School Boys’ Varsity Baseball Senior Night against the Rockport High School Vikings. Jamouq plans to attend Northeastern University to major in architecture.
Right fielder David Jankowski presented flowers to his mother, Kim, father, Ernie and siblings, Charles and Alyssa. Jankowski plans to attend UMass/Lowell to major in business this fall.
Pitcher/First Baseman/Outfielder Brandon Paris, who hails from Everett, presented flowers to her mother, Laurie, father, Charles, School Supt. Alexander Dan and sister, Brianna.
Pitcher/Third Baseman Tyler Santoro, third from left, who hails from Saugus, presented flowers to his mother, Lori, father, Richard, School Supt. Alexander Dan and brother, Dylan. Striking out 61 batters in 36 innings, Santoro plans to become an electrician after high school graduation.
Catcher/Shortstop Jacob Stover presented flowers to his mother, Diane, father, Joseph, School Supt. Alexander Dan and brothers, Josh, Matthew and Andrew. Compiling almost 20 stolen bases, Stover plans to attend UMass Lowell or MIT to major in biomedical engineering.
Eagle Seniors, pictured from left to right: David Jankowski, Brandon Paris, Jacob Stover, Amine Jamouq and Tyler Santoro.

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