NT Trevian Pony baseball teams take championships
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The Wilmette Beacon (Northbrook, Illinois), 15 Aug 2012, p. 32


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The Lake Shore Feeder Baseball League, which includes players from Wilmette and Kenilworth, held its playoffs in late July with championship games on July 29 at Community Park West in Glenview. Photograph of New Trier's 13A team posing with its trophy. Team members included Mitch Alfini, Charlie Burton, Sean Douaire, Michael Graham, Matt Kann, Thomas Nugent, Will Shoup and Danny Sullivan from Wilmette, Francis Fay, Eric Moerschel from Kenilworth, Charlie Hexamer and Jack Falk. Coaches were Jake Owens and Henry Falter.
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15 Aug 2012
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NT Trevian Pony baseball teams take championships


The Lake Shore Feeder Baseball League, which includes players from Wilmette and Kenilworth, held its playoffs in late July with championship games on July 29 at Community Park West in Glenview. Photograph of New Trier's 13A team posing with its trophy. Team members included Mitch Alfini, Charlie Burton, Sean Douaire, Michael Graham, Matt Kann, Thomas Nugent, Will Shoup and Danny Sullivan from Wilmette, Francis Fay, Eric Moerschel from Kenilworth, Charlie Hexamer and Jack Falk. Coaches were Jake Owens and Henry Falter.