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Jared Desjarlais of the Marloboro Renegades puts in an effort Charlene Paquette gears up for a swing during the One Pitch Tournament held at Marlboro September 26. discounts available
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One Pitch Tournament a heart-warming success

by Sonia Delorme This year MVR was approached by a few local extra prizes for the raffle table. We would like to Or Bring your own pictures & Ideas!
community members about using this new annual thank all the amazing people who gave something to
The second annual One Pitch Slo-Pitch event as a fundraiser to assist a local woman who help make it a success," said MVR member No additional cost
Tournament held at Marlboro was a heart-warming was recently diagnosed with breast cancer. Christina Gauchier.
success. The board felt this was a great way to give back, First place in the 'A' went to Havoc, and with a
One pitch baseball differs from regular slo pitch and brought the suggestion up to the eight registered close second was Mixed Nuts. 'B' divisions top place
ball by only a few factors. teams entered in the tournament. went to Gil's Team and second place was won by BORN
One, each team is subject to their own pitcher. And Because the One Pitch is a low fee to enter, the Welcos Stingers. TO
two, you only get one pitch so you must hit or you eight teams were made part of the decision to make The prize amount was not disclosed, however in
are out. This makes for a very fast-paced game. it a fundraiser. The teams agreed that it was a good true Marlboro spirit the winnings were handed back
The Mountain View Recreation Board (MVR) cause. to the fundraising effort. GOLF
coordinated the tournament, making a slight change To help with fundraising efforts, a raffle table was "This community has so much heart and this single
to the non-profit organization. established with prizes donated by the teams and day tournament proved it with all that was FORCED TO DON’T TELL ANYONE
organizers. "Many people helped out providing accomplished," said Gauchier.
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