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By Mike Flanagan
Hometown Weekly Sports Editor
The town of Sherborn has produced some exceptional athletes over the years. However, few Sherborn families have seen the types of sustained athletic success as Heather and Chris Peck’s three boys.
Throughout the last six years, Bentley University has become a second home for the Peck family. The Pecks’ eldest son, Connor, played high school football at Catholic Memorial from 2010-2014 and was a two-time captain. Connor committed to Bentley, where he played four years of football as an offensive lineman before graduating in 2018.
After graduating from Buckingham, Browne & Nichols in 2018, the Peck’s second son, Kyle, followed in his brother’s footsteps to Bentley, where he also plays offensive line for the Falcons. Kyle will enter his junior season this fall.
The Pecks’ third son, Liam, chose to play his high school football at Xaverian instead of Catholic Memorial or BB&N. Last week, Liam signed his NLI to attend Bentley, where he will play football and do it with his brother Kyle for the next two seasons. After transferring to Xaverian as a sophomore, Liam Peck served as the Hawks’ starting center each of the last three seasons, and also helped them to the 2017 Division I Super Bowl and the Division I South championship.
In the end, all three Peck brothers went down different roads (CM, BB&N, Xaverian) for their high school football careers. Yet, through hard work on the field and in the classroom, all three ended up in the same place: playing college football at Bentley.
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