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1998 MSSC Photos: Round 5 Page 1

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Amber with her parents Laura Klein and Joe Edley.

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Table 19, Mangari/Kuczarski (Forest Park blue) vs. Butler-Jones/Kaneb (Sullivan-Worcester blue).

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Ben Lyons, intern, keeping track of the plays on board 1.

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Silverman/Moss (Runkle blue) vs. Au/Ochoa (Kiley red).

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Renee Table 3, Beauregard/Cini (Quabbin blue) vs. Kidder/Smith (Erving).

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Table 7, Immaculate Conception-Marlboro teammates.

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Table 15, St. Mary Star of the Sea students face off: Skinner/Comeau (blue) vs. Dunn/Handly (red).

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William/Ng (Brookings blue) vs. backs of Mateo/Sullivan (Bellamy red).

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Mateo/Sullivan (Bellamy red) vs. backs of William/Ng (Brookings blue).

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Lusignan/Hunter (Bellamy green) vs. backs of Maynard/Cole (Kennedy green).

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Maynard/Cole (Kennedy green) vs backs of Lusignan/Hunter (Bellamy green).

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Table 22, Larson/Browne (Hillside red). Note the hand raised for a challenge at the next table.

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Table 13, Brookings' teams vie against each other: green Toldeo/Pierce vs. red Medina/Nelson.

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Table 5, Lappetito/Pinstein (Manchester) vs. Burton/Williams (Kennedy red).

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Table 10, Coyne/Sawyer (Immaculate Conception-Revere green) vs. Parr/Spindler (Dartmouth blue) .

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Table 6, Evans/Nimon (Faith Christian red) 208-90 victory over their opponents. The winners played SHEAReD and FIXERS.

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Evans/Nimon (Faith Christian red) with their coach, Micah Nimon.


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