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Table 18: Cini/Beauregard (Quabbin blue) vs. Riccio/Shaughnessy, Jr. (Immaculate Conception-Revere blue).
Table 12: Skinner/Comeau (St. Mary Star of the Sea blue) vs. Boisvert/Boisvert (Sullivan-Lowell red)
Silverman/Moss (Runkle blue) stand up in their game versus Spindler/Parr (Dartmouth blue).
Red team Mariotti (playing solo, since her partner hadn't arrived) vs. blue team Price-Cortez/Smith. All three are from Rebecca Johnson in Springfield, MA.
Truong/Van (Forest Park green) vs. Sullivan/Mateo (Bellamy red).
Another shot of Forest Park green and Bellamy red. The students, obviously not used to a board that turns, opted for keeping it sideways at all times, reminiscient of some competitive SCRABBLE® players in New York.
Finished board of Piva/Lawrence (Dartmouth red) vs. Ochoa/Au (Kiley red). This game shows more plays in a 30-minute round than most. The last play came from a rack that held ??AEIDM. The students opted to play clAIMED to the D in FADS, leaving a D in their rack.
Ochoa/Au (Kiley red).
Table 6, Bergeron/Homer (Sullivan-Lowell blue) defeats Brewer Chang (Searles red), 148-126.
Table 18, Beauregard/Cini (Quabbin blue) wins over Immaculate Conception-Revere, 222-137.
Johnson's Dr. Ezeh making his way through the Italian buffet.
Sullivan-Lowell mugging for the camera. Coach Jack Kiernam is the one waving.
Coach Ben Loiterstein and his Runkle teams taking a break from strategizing to nourish their brain cells.
Searles' coach Ray Zelehoski surrounded by his blue and red teams
Students from Chestnut and Brookings, both in Springfield, MA.
Kate Silverstein from Dartmouth (left), and an unidentified student from Johnson.
Jackie Williams of Hasbro, brought her newest addition to Springfield.
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