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Shrewsbury 11-year-old All-Stars are District 5 baseball champions

The 2014 11-year-old Shrewsbury National team included (middle row, l to r) Connor Schmautz, Ben Smith, Jake MacIsaac, Jack Foley, Tyler Joseph, Tyler Ojerholm, Johnny Considine and Tommy Belbin; and (front row, l to r) Ryan Cayton, Kyle Lusignan, Connor Lyons, Mason Bates and Angelo Ritacco. The team was coached by (back row) Darrin Schmautz and assistant coaches Peter Ojerholm, Andy MacIsaac, Brian Lusignan and Dave Lyons. (Photo/submitted)

The 2014 11-year-old Shrewsbury National team included (middle row, l to r) Connor Schmautz, Ben Smith, Jake MacIsaac, Jack Foley, Tyler Joseph, Tyler Ojerholm, Johnny Considine and Tommy Belbin; and (front row, l to r) Ryan Cayton, Kyle Lusignan, Connor Lyons, Mason Bates and Angelo Ritacco. The team was coached by (back row) Darrin Schmautz and assistant coaches Peter Ojerholm, Andy MacIsaac, Brian Lusignan and Dave Lyons. (Photo/submitted)

Shrewsbury – For the second year in a row, the Shrewsbury National 11-year-old All-Star baseball team won the Thomas Dunford Memorial District Five Tournament July 26-27.?Shrewsbury capped off the 2014 tournament beating Westborough in the championship game 13-8 to take the title of District 5 champions.

“The boys accomplished every one of their goals,” said Coach Darrin Schmautz. “Overall, the team ended the season undefeated going 4-0 in the Auburn Little League tournament and 9-0 in District 5 tournament in Millbury.”

“The boys played very consistently all summer with great defense, very effective pitching from a deep staff, and strong?hitting through the lineup,” Schmautz added. “There was never one player or one play that contributed to the summer success, it was always multiple players stepping up and a fighting spirit that drove the team's success.”

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