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Saugus High School Sachems at World Series Park for the first game under the lights

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  The Sachems of Saugus High baseball team faced off against the Reggies of Greater Lawrence at the first-ever night game at World Series Park. The lights were installed in late 2021, and Friday night’s game was the first time they were used in a league game. The Sachems not only had the field lit up for them, they also lit up the score board – winning 16-6 and bringing their overall season record to 6-4.

SHS VARSITY SACHEMS: Head Coach Joe Louis, Asst. Coaches Jeff Gallo and JP Railing.
Nathan Ing awaits the throw to make the play at third base.
Second baseman Cam Soroko was the first to cross the plate and score in the first game under the lights at World Series Park; he was the first of 15 more for the Sachems team.
First baseman Ryan Anderson keeps the runner in check.
Shortstop Anthony Mancone watched the ball after he launched one deep in the early innings.
Brandon Faiella is shown sliding into third base.
Michael Howard was rock solid behind the plate.
Ryan Mabee took the mound for the Sachems for the first game under the lights at World Series Park. He had an outstanding performance.
The Beverly High School Marine JROTC Program: SSgt Tristan Moormann, Jayla Utne, Maria Ribeiro and Franklin Bancroft.
The lights came on, the game continued and the pitching for the Sachems of Saugus High was sensational. It was a perfect night at World Series Park.
The Beverly High School Marine JROTC came to be part of the opening program for the National Anthem.
Renee Howard from the SHS Baseball Boosters Club was selling Sachems caps to raise funds for the program.

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