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Wiffle Ball tournament honors memory of Shrewsbury boy

Cole, of the Slammers, pitches for his team during round 1 of the 3rd Annual Boudreau Memorial Wiffle Ball Tournament.

Cole, of the Slammers, pitches for his team during round 1 of the 3rd Annual Boudreau Memorial Wiffle Ball Tournament.

Shrewsbury – The 3rd Annual Boudreau Memorial Wiffle Ball Tournament was held in Shrewsbury July 20. All proceeds from the tournament went towards the Jacob M. Boudreau Memorial Scholarship Fund.

The fund was established in memory of Jacob Boudreau, a young Shrewsbury boy who passed away in 2010, after a long battle with neuroblastoma. The scholarship is awarded each year to a Shrewsbury High School student who will be continuing onto college.

For more information visit www.jacobmboudreaumemorialfund.com.

Photos/Fallon Keenan

Several parents take a break from volunteering the day of the tournament.

Several parents take a break from volunteering the day of the tournament.

In the adult division of the tournament, team members of The Goats cheer on Nate as he goes up to bat.

In the adult division of the tournament, team members of The Goats cheer on Nate as he goes up to bat.

Sam, of the River Monsters, hits the ball out of the park to gain points for his team.

Sam, of the River Monsters, hits the ball out of the park to gain points for his team.

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