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Saugus High School Sachems Boys’ Varsity Basketball Team Annual Banquet

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By Tara Vocino


The Saugus High School Boys’ Varsity Basketball Sachems were recognized for their athletic achievements during Monday’s banquet at Mixx360 Nightlife.

Award recipients shared with the Saugus Advocate how they felt that they won their respective award.

Varsity Sachem Award recipient Travis Goyetche said it feels great to win. “The Sachem Award is for showing up and giving 100 percent, embodying what it means to be a Sachem,” Goyetche said.

After graduation, Goyetche plans to attend Louisiana State University to study kinesiology to become a physical therapist.

Varsity Coaches’ Award recipient Braden Faiella said he’s glad to have received that honor. “Being injured by hurting my knee, I could only play six games this year, which isn’t a lot,” Faiella said. “As a captain, I still showed up.”

After moving on from high school, Faiella plans to play football at St. Anselm’s College, where he intends to study accounting.

Varsity Offensive Player of the Year recipient Isaiah Rodriguez said it’s nice to get that award. “I’ve been playing since I was eight years old,” Rodriguez said.

After graduating from Saugus High School, Rodriguez plans to play football at the University of Rochester, where he intends to study accounting.

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