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Donato’s gem lifts Walpole Legion

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By Mike Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor District Six Legion baseball rivals Walpole Post 104 and Medfield Post 110 met last Wednesday night at Curt Schilling Field. Walpole’s Matt Donato, who will play at Tufts in the fall, carried a no-hitter into the sixth inning and was perfect after three. On a day where Walpole’s...
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Donato tosses gem, Rebels back to Super Eight

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By Mike Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor After cracking the Super Eight for the first time in program history last year, the Walpole Rebels are headed back as the No. 3 seed following an impressive 16-4 (11-2) regular season. Backed by an elite pitching staff headlined by the likes of Northeastern-bound ace Cam Schlittler...
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Falvey, Rebels explode in rout of Rockets

By Mike Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Walpole and Needham High baseball faced off for the second and final time in 2019 last Wednesday night. The No. 5 Rebels (7-3, 4-2) entered looking to continue on track for the Super Eight, as well as picking up the season sweep of Needham after their 5-0 win at Eldracher Field...
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Donato tosses gem as Rebels down Rockets

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Two of the Bay State Conference’s elite met on Thursday afternoon at Bird Middle School as reigning Division I state champ Needham traveled to square off against Walpole, a team coming off their first Super Eight trip in program history last spring. Coming off of a tough 2-0...
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Legion clinches West, roll into playoffs

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Walpole Legion Post 104 (16-2) capped off its regular season on Monday night at Medfield Post 110 (8-10), which features players from Medfield, Dover, Sherborn, and Millis. Thanks to five innings of one-run ball by starter Matt Chamoun, Walpole won its seventh straight game by a 10-1 final...
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Post 104 Legion outlasts Medfield 110

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Walpole Legion Post 104 (16-2) capped off its regular season on Monday night at Medfield Post 110 (8-10), which features players from Medfield, Dover, Sherborn, and Millis. Thanks to five innings of one-run ball by starter Matt Chamoun, Walpole won its seventh straight game by a 10-1 final...
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Post 104 Legion outlasts Medfield 110

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Walpole Legion Post 104 (16-2) capped off its regular season on Monday night at Medfield Post 110 (8-10), which features players from Medfield, Dover, Sherborn, and Millis. Thanks to five innings of one-run ball by starter Matt Chamoun, Walpole won its seventh straight game by a 10-1 final...
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Walpole and Needham Legion split

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Walpole Post 104 and Needham Post 14 Legion baseball split their two-game series this past weekend, with Needham taking Friday’s matchup, 6-4, while Walpole came away victorious on Sunday in Rocket-town by a final of 9-5. Many of Needham’s players, such as Steve Donovan and Charlie Sumner, are...
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Walpole and Needham Legion split

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Walpole Post 104 and Needham Post 14 Legion baseball split their two-game series this past weekend, with Needham taking Friday’s matchup, 6-4, while Walpole came away victorious on Sunday in Rocket-town by a final of 9-5. Many of Needham’s players, such as Steve Donovan and Charlie Sumner, are...
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Schlittler, Magane, Rebel baseball gear up

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor The 2017 season was one filled with ups and downs for the Walpole High School baseball team. Yet, the Rebels still finished the year 13-7 and earned a dominant 15-0 first-round victory over rival Norwood as the No. 6 seed before falling 4-2 to No. 3-seeded Bridgewater Raynham...
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