FRAMINGHAM – Framingham won the Central Massachusetts Senior Babe Ruth World Series with a 9-6 win over Marlborough at Bowditch Field last night, August 4.
Framingham finished the regular season in second place with an 8-3-1 record.
After a first round bye in the playoffs, Framingham defeated Milford 6-2 and 9-4 in the semifinal round to advance to the championship.
In game 1 of the championship, Framingham defeated Marlborough 5-4 in extra innings.
This is the first title Framingham has won in this league since 2007.
The team is coached by Justin Brockway, Andrew Keane, Jarrod Marifiote, and special assistant Brian O’Donnell.
Members of the team are: Noah Albright, Jeremy Auren, Lawson Bauer, Josh Berman, Scooter Beverly, JJ Blanchard, Cody Colema, Jac Coleman, Brandan Garcia, Will Garretson, Matt Gaskin, Joey MacDonald, Peter May, Lucas Messer, Angelo Moutafis, Noah Pearlman, Nick Spring, Nate Thurber, and Lucas Tuttle.