Local Little Leaguers split in Mass., first from Vt. to win at ‘Champions’ level

THE ADDISON COUNTY age 9-11 Little League team, consisting of kids from Bristol, Monkton, Salisbury, Shoreham and Middlebury, were all smiles after defeating the New Hampshire State Champs at the East Regional Tournament of Champions in Massachusetts last week. They are the first Vermont team to win at this level. The players are Luke and Jake Wing, Brady Duguay, Oakley Hunt, Thatcher Leggett, Rhys Del Giacco, Colby Phelps, Timmy Wright, Grayson Conrad, Ezra Bliven, Tucker Sheldrick and Grady Coleman; and Trevor Wright was their team mascot. The coaches were Jesse Wing, Todd Duguay and Dustin Hunt.

The Addison County age 9-11 Little League baseball team won one game and lost one at the East Regional Tournament of Champions in Beverly, Mass., last week. Unfortunately that was not enough for the team to advance to the next round.

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