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1998 MSSC Photos: Round 3

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Michael and Micah Nimon, father and son coaches of Faith Christian teams.

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Mark Morris and Sandy Schellhase, both from Hasbro.

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Table 1, Ryan/Whelan (Forest Park blue) vs. Koza/Dalton (Plumfield red).

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Camara/Gagne (Searles blue) vs Binns/Lane (St. Mary Star of the Sea).

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John Williams answering a question for two Bellamy teams playing each other.

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Table 14, Nimon/Chiccarelli (Faith Christian blue)

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Table 9, Pandolfo/Lamoureux (Sullivan-Worcester green) vs. Parr Spindler (Dartmouth blue). Note the word DELUXE on the Deluxe SCRABBLE® board!

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Table 17, Evans/Nimon (Faith Christian red)

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Table 24, Long/Howland (Hillside blue) vs. Maynard/Cole (Kennedy green)

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Cini/Beauregard (Quabbin blue)

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Table 14 completed board, Nimon/Chiccarelli (Faith Christian blue) vs. Burton/Williams (Kennedy red), 220-119. Notice the lengthened word STEADILY from STEAD to the triple.

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The table 5 board between Barron/Coughlin (Runkle red) against McDuffee/Ways (Plumfield blue). Notice Runkle red's lovely REGaLER for 63 points. The also played SHOTT and DUB both ways..

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Joe Edley posing with Kennedy from Springfield, MA.

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Sherrie Saint John and Kyla Spindler (Dartmouth blue)

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Kate Silverstein (a supportive non-player from Dartmouth) and Rachael Lawrence (half of the Dartmouth red team).

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Coaches lounge. Many guests, parents, and coaches stayed here during games. The NSA had bagels, coffee, and other beverages on hand.


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