The Saugus High School Sachems Varsity Baseball team presented flowers to their family members during their senior night last Friday afternoon against the Everett High School Baseball Team at World Series Park.
Pictured from to right: Melinda Haley with T-Ball green team players Maya Toro and Mark Haley cheered on the Sachems.
First Baseman Ryan Anderson presented flowers to his mother, Karen, brother, Kyle and to his grandparents. Anderson plans to attend Endicott College majoring in accounting.
Left-fielder Anthony Cicolini was accompanied by his family members, pictured from left to right: his father, Jeff, sister, Gianna and mother, Julie. Ciccolini, who was celebrating his birthday, plans to attend Bentley University and major in accounting.
Right-fielder Drew Gardner presented flowers to his mother Helene, sister, Krista and his father, Peter. Gardner plans to attend Endicott College, majoring in business.
Catcher Michael Howard presented flowers to his family members, pictured from left to right: his father, Christopher, mother, Renee and sister, Emma. Howard plans to attend the Peterson School for plumbing.
Pitcher Nathan Ung presented flowers to his family members, pictured from left to right: sister, Nicole, mother, Nimoi and father, Michael. This fall, Ing plans to attend Bentley University, majoring in international business.
Pitcher Ryan Mabee presented flowers to his family members, pictured from left to right: father, Michael, mother, Jayne and his sister, Ally. This Fall, Mabee plans to attend the University of New England, majoring in animal behavior.
Saugus High School Pitcher Matthew MacEachern presented flowers to his family members during last Friday’s senior night at World Series Park. He was joined on the field by his brother, Mark, mother, Lia, stepfather, Peter and father, Mark. MacEachern plans to join the U.S. Air Force after graduation.
Pitcher Sean O’Rourke was accompanied by his family members, including his father Michael, brother Mitchell, mother Diane and sister Sophia. O’Rouke plans to attend North Shore Community College, majoring in business.
Left-fielder David Turilli was accompanied by his family member, brother, Darren, mother, Kelly, sister, Toni and father, David. Turilli plans to attend Merrimack College, majoring in sports management.