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As the 11th annual Travis Roy Wiffle ball tournament came to a close Sunday, the total money count reached over $416,000. If my math skills are correct that puts the foundation at around $1.9 million. Not too shabby! Thank you to anyone who donated or took a trip up to the pretty mountains of Vermont to show your support.
The Crusaders, made up of New England's finest; Rahn Fleming, Michael Michaud, Andrew Sweeney, Ryan Fleming, Tyler Colvin, Evan Michaud, Cal Shapiro, captain JJ Strauser, Anthony Detoma, Ethan Blum, Shayne Delaburere, and Jon Riggs, won their first and last games out of their set of three. Sadly they did not make the playoffs. They did however place 9th in the lineup of teams that raised the most money. Together the boys gathered around $4,000.
The Jack Hammers, formed in 2003 out of Braintree, Massachusetts not too far from the actual Citgo sign, ended up taking home the trophy after beating the Boston Beef.
Regardless of who won, it was a great weekend and a great cause and I can't wait for next year! Mark your calendars.
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