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Jack & Eric’s Pirate Lemonade Stand to welcome boy from Kingston

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Contributed to The Dedham Times by Scott Linari

On Wednesday, August 1, Jack & Eric’s Pirate Lemonade Stand at the Dedham Farmers Market will welcome 9-year-old Brendan Haas from Kingston, MA as guest pirate for the day. Brendan is a remarkable boy who donated a trip he won to Disney World to the family of a fallen soldier (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/06/01/brendan-haas-boy-who-dona_n_1562574.html). He’s now working to complete another trade, this one for land for a house that MIT has built, and he will donate it all to another fallen soldier’s family.
 
Together, Jack, Eric, and Brendan will serve lemonade from noon to 6 p.m. to benefit the Home Base Program. In addition, that day Jack and Eric will also have a “happy hour” for Dedham’s boys of summer, inviting every Dedham Youth Baseball player, parent/guardian, and sibling to come for a free cup and some fun at the DFM, starting at 4:30. DYB summer teams are among the best in the state every year (this one being no different), bringing our community together, so a toast is in order – one we’re proud to deliver.
 
[Editor’s Note: Scott Linari is the father of Jack and Eric Linari of Dedham.]

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July 24, 2012 at 8:53 pm

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Sullivan shines on All-State rugby squad

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Michael Sullivan of Dedham, who graduated this spring from Xaverian Brothers High School in Westwood, recently competed for the Under 19 Massachusetts All-State Rugby Team at the New England Challenge Cup Rugby Tournament in Wilbraham, helping his squad defeat teams from New York and Connecticut. Against the Connecticut Selects, Sullivan converted the winning try to break a 14-14 tie and put his team ahead by 7 points, which would prove to be the margin of victory in the final of the boys division.
 
The recipient of a Town of Dedham Scholarship, he is a counselor this summer at the Dedham Community House Day Camp, and will attend Kutztown University in Pennsylvania this fall, where he plans to study education or human kinetics and participate in the school’s Division 1 rugby program. At Xaverian he earned a place on the honor roll each semester each year, played center in football for four years and wrestled for two years at 181 pounds, was captain of the rugby team filling the ‘8-man’ or flanker positions, and served as Vice President of the student council.
 
He is shown here in his Xaverian rugby uniform.
 
Photo contributed to The Dedham Times

 

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July 19, 2012 at 9:26 pm

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Editorial cartoon: Library Trustees at beach

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July 19, 2012 at 8:48 pm

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Library Trustees dispute some of town’s figures

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Fiscal Year 2012 reports at issue; new Mission-Vision-Values statement approved
 
by Scott Heald
 
At their July meeting on Wednesday evening the Library Trustees disputed some numbers from the town’s Finance Director, determining that her estimate of Library spending over the Fiscal Year 2012 differed substantially from the Library Director’s number on that topic. 

Dr. Mary Ann Tricarico, Library Director, gave her report to the board, during portions of which several Trustees made comments and asked questions. Trustee Brad Bauer raised the issue of a disparity. “I have a lot of problems with it,” he said. He noted that he looked at some figures in early June, calculating with numbers used by Library Accountant Rosemarie Shrewsbury and finding a discrepancy in expenditures. Trustee Mike Chalifoux supported Bauer’s claim by noting, “The green (spread) sheets (from the Finance Department) are not in synch with reality.”

 
Tricarico responded by stating that Mariellen Murphy, the town’s Finance Director, “changed line items” and that that practice was typical of other municipalities where Tricarico has worked. But Bauer still contended that the town’s version was “out of whack,” and that it made no sense to use state aid while leaving ten percent of the Library budget unspent. Trustee Rachel Forsyth-Tuerck said that it would “defeat the point” for the board to endorse Murphy’s report knowing that it did not square with Tricarico’s numbers. The Trustees voted unanimously to table the issue until their next meeting.
 
The director highlighted several other facets of her report as starting points for a multi-year process of data collection and analysis. Those points included the following: circulation of items at the Main was 68,924 and at Endicott was almost identical at 67,945; total items borrowed from other libraries in the Minuteman Inter Library Loans (ILL) system numbered 26,373 while total items loaned from Dedham far exceeded that number at 44,762 (Main 33,986 and Endicott 10,776); the “gate count” of the approximate number of people entering the libraries from November 1 of last year though June 30 was 252 per day at the Main and 226 at Endicott; and periodical subscriptions total 104 at the Main and 54 at Endicott. 
 
In addition, programming features such as a genealogy workshop on June 27 that drew about 30 people, as well as children’s presentations like Storytime at the Main, the Summer Reading Kick-off at the Main, and Craft & Storytime at Endicott were noted. Tricarico also reported that the Alice in Wonderland-themed rabbit scultpure that Dedham Public Art Project placed on the front lawn of Endicott Library will have a counterpart at the Main soon, designed with birds and flowers in honor of Rachel Carson’s book “Silent Spring.” She noted that an additional 21 hours per week have been assigned to two new pages, so that a total of four will work part time, two at each library, and that a survey about library usage would be emailed and made available in paper form to town residents in the coming weeks, including with the possible assistance of Recreation Director Bob Stanley who offered to provide his department’s collection of 4,000-5,000 email addresses to supplement the Library’s corresponding database. In response to Bauer’s question about potential bias in the survey’s composition, Tricarico said similar documents in adjacent communities – “your friends and neighbors in the -woods towns next door” – were consulted at for guidance.
 
Under New Business, the board unanimously approved an update to the system’s existing mission statement, which was created around 2001. Before the vote, chairman Joe D’Amico read aloud the new statement of Mission, Vision and Values, which Tricarico said had been agreed upon by the staff at their June 28 meeting: “Mission – The Dedham Public Library provides services to fulfill the community’s need for personal enrichment, the power of information, and the joy of reading. Our role is to share resources, inspire ideas, and enrich lives. Vision – The Dedham Public Library seeks to be a safe, accessible, and inviting place conducive to learning, research, and enjoyment. We honor the past, embrace the future, and aspire to be the vibrant, integral heart of the community. Values – We value free and equal access for all, quality service, intellectual freedom, and life-long learning.”
 
In other business, the board considered briefly but did not vote on the possibility of the Charter Advisory Committee recommending, under a proposed Town Manager system of municipal government, that the Library Trustees become an appointed rather than elected body. Bauer mentioned that some of the relevant town by-laws may not line up with provisions of the town Charter. Audience member Cecelia Emery-Butler noted that a committee was meeting over the next few weeks to iron out those differences, and that the merging process needed to be done by September 1. Trustee Tracy Driscoll suggested that her colleagues think about what approach to the elected vs. appointed issue they would support when appearing before the Charter Advisory Committee. “We have to figure out as a board where we’re going,” she said. The Trustees agreed to take the matter up at their next meeting, scheduled for Tuesday, August 14.
 
The Trustees altered some language in their statement of policies to require that any donation given to the library be done with no conditions attached to use of the gift. According to the language approved, the policy was revised so to state that donations may be utilized or “disposed of if considered redundant, inappropriate or otherwise not useful to the collection.” The board also agreed to a proposal by Chalifoux to seal the dumpsters at both libraries with special tape as a temporary step so that patrons cannot simply discard circulating library items like books in those receptacles, a practice that has been observed recently. Tricarico suggested that as a more permanent solution, Bob Desmond of the Endicott Estate had indicated a willingness to accept the dumpsters there. In their place on the library grounds will go trash cans.

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July 19, 2012 at 8:46 pm

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Cops for Kids with Cancer makes a difference for a Dedham family in need

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On Thursday morning, July 12 at the Dedham Police Station, Cops for Kids with Cancer donated $5,000 to Rob Salter and his mother Debbie, both of Dedham, to assist with household finances while Rob is undergoing treatment for cancer. Rob, 18, will enter the University of Rhode Island in September, where he plans to study physical therapy and hopes to play on the rugby team, as he did in high school at Xaverian Brothers in Westwood.
 
Debbie Salter expressed thanks for the generosity of Cops for Kids with Cancer. “This is going to be so helpful. We’re very grateful.” The group assembled to present the donation – which included Mike Weir, the retired Chief of the Dedham Police as well as Bob Faherty, the retired Superintendent-in-Chief of the Boston Police – told Rob to “keep battling.”
 
Chief Weir explained that Cops for Kids with Cancer distributes about $35,000 per month to families with a youngster facing the debilitating disease. Those monies are raised via events about once per month such as road races, bike races, motorcycle rallies and golf tournaments.
 
Superintendent Faherty then provided a brief overview of the organization’s history. It was founded by a retired Boston Police captain who was a cancer survivor himself. On a visit to Ireland he met with an officer of that country’s national police force, and they decided to accomplish something to fight cancer in youth. They organized a golf tournament in 2002 in which officers from both Massachusetts and Ireland played to raise funds for Mercy Hospital in Cork, Ireland, and the following year a similar event in the Bay State raised money for the Mass. General Hospital Children’s Cancer Ward. Since then the organization has increased its activities. “The first year we helped ten families,” Faherty said. “Last year we helped 56 families.”
 
On a lighter note, Faherty presented Rob with several gifts on behalf of Cops for Kids with Cancer such as a baseball cap, t-shirt and wristband. Faherty added about the goodie bag, “There’s a badge in here too, it’s good for one free arrest.”
 
Soon after that, Rob told a brief story about how his rugby teammates and coach at Xaverian recently paid him a visit in the hospital while his chest was cut open after surgery. “Everyone has helped me out a lot,” he said. “It’s really been a blessing.”

Shown here at the front entrance of the Dedham Police Station, left to right: Cops for Kids with Cancer Board of Directors Member John McManus, Board of Directors Member Mike Weir, Board of Directors Chairman Bob Faherty, Debbie Salter, Rob Salter, Norfolk County Commissioner Fran O’Brien, Dedham Police Lieutenant Bob Nedder.
 
Photo by Scott Heald

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July 12, 2012 at 10:56 pm

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Two hometown teams capture Cal Ripken baseball championships

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[This past weekend was a memorable one at Fairbanks Park, as both the 9s and the 11s playing host to their respective brackets of the Cal Ripken Massachusetts District 4 Tournament advanced to the Eastern Mass Tournament.  See related stories and photos below.]

 

9s Capture District 4 Championship
 
Pitchers Erik Leonard, Matt Ryan and Scott Nosky lead host team to convincing victory in final
 


Photo by Scott Heald
 
The Dedham 9-year-old baseball team earned the Cal Ripken District 4 Tournament championship on Saturday at Capone Field, as a trio of pitchers combined with forceful hitting and smart baserunning by the entire roster for a 10-3 triumph over Stoughton.
 
Righthander Erik Leonard (3IP, 3H, 2R, 2BB, 3K, 61 pitches) got the call to start and responded well, tossing three innings and limiting the opponents to a pair of runs in the top of the third on a hit, error, walk and wild pitch. Leonard helped set the tone early, fanning two batters in the opening inning.
 
The Dedham bats were hot from the first inning onward. JoJo Powers led off with a double to left, then advanced to third on a passed ball. After the next pitch he created a pickle and raced home with his team’s first run. In the bottom of the second the home team posted three more runs to take a 4-0 advantage. Leonard started with a single to left, and Liam Flynn reached on an error. Alex Georgantas followed with a single to center to plate Leonard, and the runners moved up on the throw home. Flynn scored and Georgantas reached third on a passed ball, then Shea Banks connected for a single to center to make it a 4-0 ballgame.
 
Dedham regained a four-run lead in the home half of the third. Andrew Mercuri led off with an infield hit and Scott Nosky walked, then both runners advanced on a fielder’s choice. Flynn delivered a single to left to plate both runners, making it a 6-2 game after three frames.
 
The top of the fourth saw a new pitcher for the hometown squad, as righty Matt Ryan (2IP, 1H, 0R, 1BB, 5K, 38 pitches) proceeded to throw two shutout innings, including by fanning the side in the fifth. A defensive highlight occurred in the top of the fourth with runners on first and second with two out. The Stoughton batter hit a grounder to Powers at short, who relayed to Nosky at third for a putout that kept the home town lead intact.
 
In the bottom of the fourth Dedham added some insurance. Banks drew a walk, then Will Shuley came on for him as a pinch runner. Powers singled to center, moving Shuley up a base. Mercuri walked to load the bases, then Nosky walked to drive in a run and put his team ahead, 7-2. The home team added three in the bottom of the fifth. Leonard led off with a single to right, then pinch hitter Frankie DeSario singled to center and both runners advanced on a passed ball.
 
Leonard raced home on an error in the exchange between the pitcher and catcher, then DeSario took third on a wild pitch. Jack Roslonek walked to keep the rally going, then stole second uncontested. Pinch hitter Maddie Friday reached on an infield error and both DeSario and Roslonek scored, making it a 10-2 contest before Stoughton got out of the jam with a nifty double play.
 
Third baseman Nosky, a righthander, came on to pitch in the top of the sixth, switching positions with Ryan. Backed by a strong defense, he closed the door (1IP, 1H, 1R, 1BB, 1K, 20 pitches) although Stoughton kept up its effort to the final batter, gaining a run on a walk, wild pitch, passed ball and infield hit.
 
After the final out was recorded and the teams exchanged handshakes, awards for both squads were announced. For the host team, Shea Banks earned top honors on defense, Maddie Friday was recognized for offense and Eric Leonard was player of the game.
 
Manager Mike Nosky made brief comments about the tournament.
 
“Every player on this team contributed to winning the District 4 Championship. They’ve all worked so hard since we got started and they deserved to win. With the teams that are part of District 4, making it to the State Tournament is such an unbelievable task. Winning is never easy and these kids deserve to be called champions after the week they had.

 
“Our pitchers really led us early on (Matt Ryan 11 innings pitched, Scott Nosky 9IP, Erik Leonard 3IP, Andrew Mecuri 2IP) but once our bats got heated up, it was an impressive display. When you add the pitching and the offense to our normally excellent defense, it makes us a hard team to beat.
 
“Without the support of our parents, families and friends, we wouldn’t have been able to accomplish this. The parents had to break up their normal routine and get the kids to the fields earlier then normal and our families and friends were out every night in full force.
 
“The volunteers that came out to make this year’s Cal Ripken tournament in Dedham such a success were awesome. I’ve been through these tournaments before with two older sons and no one put on a show quite like Dedham this year.”
 
The 9s travel to Plymouth for the Eastern Mass. championship, with the opening ceremonies on July 13 and play set for July 14-21. As of earlier this week, the team’s first opponent had not yet been named.
 
 
Editorial cartoon: Prestigious Diamond 7-6-12
 
 
11s Earn Third Consecutive Cal Ripken District 4 Crown
 
Photo by Scott Linari
 
Article contributed to The Dedham Times by Dan Maher
 
After much preparation by players, coaches and volunteers the Dedham 11s played hard all week against some excellent competition at Fairbanks Park, and emerged preeminent out of six teams in the District Tournament.
 
Fortunate to have a first round bye, the host team, two time defending District 4 champions, patiently awaited the winner of Stoughton vs Wrentham. After some torrential rain early in the week, Dedham had to wait until the fifth game of the tourney to play their first game, a highly anticipated contest against Stoughton. In last year’s District 4 Tournament, Stoughton beat Dedham in the first game before the 10s ran off six straight victories in five days to prevail, including two wins over Norton in Norton on the closing Saturday, coming out of the Loser’s Bracket. The Dedham boys won the first of those two title round games handily, by mercy rule, and in the second game, Alex Cherry hit two HRs and Billy Casey had a walkoff double to win the game. Who knew foreshadowing would play such a role.
 
All geared up for the Stoughton game, Dedham was close to perfect, scoring early and holding on for a 4-1 triumph. Nolan FitzPatrick led the way offensively, going 2 for 2 with a walk, RBI and run scored. Alex Cherry and Shawn Nosky dominated on the mound for the hometown team. Cherry pitched three innings, allowing only one hit and two walks while striking out 7 batters. Nosky was just as good, fanning six in three frames, allowing two hits, one walk and one run.
 
Next up was Mansfield, a new entry to Cal Ripken District 4. Mansfield was 2-0 coming into the game having beaten Foxboro and North Attleboro. They were a well coached team that made all the plays on defense and could hit a ton. They were good – very good. They jumped on Dedham early, sitting on fastballs and hitting them hard. They won the game 10-5, but Dedham held them to only one run over the final four innings, keeping them off balance with offspeed pitches. Over the next few days, with a great all-around team effort including by solid outfielders Aidan Kelly, Will Chu and Mike Masse, the hometown squad battled back to have another chance at the title.
 
Dedham entered the Loser’s Bracket, a place they have been before. The 11s seem to perform their best when their back is against the wall. They beat a strong Wrentham team 4-2 to set up a rematch with Mansfield. Because Dedham had one loss, they had to win two on Saturday, just like the year before in Norton.
 
The 9s had won their title earlier in the day, so energy was high at Capone Field. Manager Andy Shumway deviated from his normal routine and started Nolan FitzPatrick in game one. FitzPatrick kept the mighty Mansfield team off balance with a sharp curveball to go with a powerful fastball. He kept the big bats at bay, allowing just two runs, one earned, over a complete game effort that was just what the doctor ordered. He also made his presence felt at the plate, going 4 for 4 with a double, RBI and two runs scored. This fantastic effort propelled his team to victory, setting up an improbable game two.
 
Trying to mix things up, Dedham again altered its usual recipe for success by starting Shawn Nosky, the team’s regular closer. Nosky threw four strong innings, not allowing an earned run while striking out five, after catching FitzPatrick’s complete game gem in game one. Then with Nosky spent and FitzPatrick unavailable, Alex Cherry got his second opportunity at the Mansfield squad and he didn’t waste it. He was dominant in relief, tossing five innings and yielding only two hits while fanning eight.
 
Mansfield jumped out early, getting two in the second by capitalizing on a Dedham miscue. The host team rallied back on an RBI single by Peter Coughlin (hit .500 for the tourney) in the bottom of the second to score Ben Dean. The game stayed at 2-1 Mansfield until the fifth. Mikey Littmarck led off that inning with a well struck double to the gap, and P.J. DeVirgilio came on as a pinch runner. The next batter, Nolan FitzPatrick, slammed a fly ball to deep center. DeVirgilio went back to the bag to tag up.
 
The ball was caught and the centerfielder threw a laser right on the mark to third base, btu DeVirgilio avoided the tag and was safe at third in what was one of several huge plays near the conclusion of this game. DeVirgilio came around to score on a Shawn Nosky single. Alex Cherry then singled and was pinch run for by Elian Rivera. Rivera made his way around the basepaths on singles by Ben Dean, Ben Shumway and Billy Casey to score the go-ahead run, making it 3-2. With that base hit, Casey was poised to be the hero two years in a row.
 
But Mansfield scored a run in the top of the sixth off a walk and a double to knot the game 3-3. That is where we stayed for the 7th and 8th. Mansfield intentionally walked FitzPatrick and Dean in each inning and the strategy paid off as they were able to get out of jams. In the 9th, yes the 9th inning, Mansfield scored on a single from a boy who was 3 for 3 that evening. He had previously hit a HR on Thursday night that cleared the batting cages at Capone (and hit Ass’t. Coach Maher’s truck). Safe to say, this young man was a dangerous hitter.
 
A few errant pitches later, he had come on to score and Mansfield led 4-3. Dedham had threatened in every extra inning, yet now they trailed heading into the bottom of the ninth.
 
Alex Cherry led off with a sharp single. Ben Dean grounded out to first to advance Cherry. With the pressure on, Ben Shumway laced a double to right to plate Cherry and tie the score 4-4. The scene was set, deja vu was everywhere. Dedham needed to win two to secure the District Championship, just like the year before. They won game one handily, just like the year before. The opponent got up off the mat, dusted themselves off and put up a heck of a fight, taking a lead late into the game, just like the year before. And just like the year before, with Ben Shumway on base, Billy Casey stepped to bat.
 
With the score tied and Shumway on second, Casey lined a double to the right center gap, almost the same spot he hit the ball in Norton. Shumway scampered around the bases and scored on a play at the plate, just as he did in Norton. Players and fans charged the field as Shumway and Casey were heroes again.
 
Manager Andy Shumway discussed what the tournament has meant.
 
“The entire experience for both the 11’s and the 9’s was amazing. Having
both teams win is a very special thing for the Town of Dedham.
All of the boys played with great skill and pride for Dedham, and they
played for each other. We always talk about how while individual
achievement is great, it is the TEAM that makes the difference. In this
tournament every player contributed in their own way to our success.

“As for the tournament… Dan Maher deserves a ton of credit. His tireless
work in organizing everything from tents, to umpires, and right down to
sunscreen and rakes was amazing!

“I was happily reminded on the very first day of the tournament, why it is
I live here in Dedham. 12 fathers (some with no kids playing baseball),
out on the field working toward the single goal of making our fields the
best they could possibly be for the boys. I felt an incredible connection
to everyone who contributed to this week, and there were a lot of people.
Bob Stanley and his Park and Rec crews really pitched in to help out all
of the tired folks, and got our fields prepped the last few days. It was
really a big lift for us to have them done like that.

“Again, individual achievement is great, but it takes an entire team who
believes in one goal, to find true success. Thank you to the Dedham
Community for all of their hard work and support of both the 9’s and 11’s.
We hope to see all of you at the State Tournaments in a few weeks.”

The Dedham 11s head to the next level for the third year in a row. This time, games will be held in Marshfield. Opening ceremonies will be held a week from today, on the 13th, and Dedham will play its first game two days later against a yet-undetermined opponent.

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July 6, 2012 at 10:50 pm

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Second annual ‘Four on the Fourth’ features over 400 runners

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Wednesday’s second annual running of the ‘Four on the Fourth’ road race drew over 400 runners to town on Independence Day, and moderate rain during the first portion of the competition helped keep conditions relatively cool.
 
The event was part of Rally for Sally, a community effort to raise funds for Sally Naser. She is a 12-year-old Dedham resident who has Osteosarcoma, and she was the guest of honor at the American Legion, site of the start and finish. Her father, Rob, organized the race in conjunction with Thirsty Irish Runners, and her mother, Camille, and older brother Oliver both ran the course for the second consecutive year.
 
The top overall male finisher was 35-year-old Kieran Condon of Boston, who completed the course in 23:13 (5:49 pace), and the fastest woman was 30-year-old Tiffany Spearman of Boston, who posted a time of 24:51 (6:13 pace). The median times for the top finishers were up 19 seconds for the men (24:33 in 2011, 24:52 in 2012) but down 1:03 for the women (29:44 in 2011, 28:41 in 2012) from last year’s corresponding results, which were produced in broiling heat. In addition the top two men in 2011, finishing in 20:57 and 21:02, were excellent outliers, reaching the end line about two minutes quicker than anyone else either last year or this year.
 
Another indicator is that numerous Dedham finishers who competed last year had lower times this year: John Hadcock by 30 seconds, Brian Murphy Clinton by 2:40, Steve Kenney by 43 seconds, Timmy O’Connor by 2:30, John Scaramuzzo by 31 seconds, Ron Garlick by 50 seconds, Emilio Locilento by 57 seconds, John Hallisey by 54 seconds, Melissa Hallisey by 1:29, Amanda Adams by 1:23, Lee Gilman by 22 seconds and Daniel Emery by 2:11, suggesting that many runners benefited from the cooling effect of the rain.
 
Colleen McGourty of Dedham sang the national anthem again this year to hearty applause before the throng of runners assembled on Eastern Avenue. Volunteers from Thirsty Irish Runners staffed the course, and the post-race festivities, by which time the sun emerged from the clouds, featured live music, plentiful refreshments including grilled items by Chuck DelloIacono of The Chuck Wagon and numerous volunteers, and an awards ceremony.

Photo by Scott Heald
 
Several participants commented on the event afterwards. Jim English of Thirsty Irish Runners said, “It was very well organized. There was a lot of support from both the Dedham community and the running community. The police support was superb.” Bob Hanna of Quincy focused on the conditions in noting, “The rain was nice to run in. I thought the course was fast.”
 
Proceeds will benefit pediatric cancer research.

  
Top Ten Overall Men
 
Kieran Condon, 35, Boston, 23:13
Thomas Andrew Beaudoin, 19, Dedham, 23:30
Daniel Lambrecht, 27, Norwood, 23:53
Gregory Soutiea, 28, Brighton, 24:16
Kenny Ames, 34, Washington DC, 24:47
Teddy Fitzpatrick, 38, Westwood, 24:56
Nicholas Tsanotelis, 56, Milton, 25:06
Steve Jackson, 53, Worcester, 25:25
Bruce Hardy, 42, Wellesley, 25:29
Matt Ridout, 32, Somerville, 25:32
 

Top Ten Overall Women

Tiffany Spearman, 30, Boston, 24:51
Kate Woody, 30, Brighton, 27:35
Anne Benjamin, 42, Braintree, 27:49 
Christine Doherty, 28, Westwood, 28:05
Linda-Marie O’Connor, 43, Quincy, 28:33
Rachel Wasserman, 30, West Roxbury, 28:49
Kyla Donnelly, 32, Cambridge, 28:52
Liesl Gilman, 41, Dedham, 29:14
Carol Herlihy, 49, East Walpole, 29:22
Ashley Waldron, 16, East Walpole, 29:43 
 

Dedham Finishers
 
Thomas Andrew Beaudoin, 23:30
John Hadcock, 26:19
Christopher Averill, 26:33
Brian Murphy Clinton, 26:51
Brian Dwyer, 27:17
Paul Adams, 27:29
David Ulrich, 27:42
Brendan Keogh, 28:26
Daniel McSheffrey, 28:26
Nicholas Doyle, 28:33
Bill Sullivan, 28:34
Liesl Gilman, 29:14
Chris Diehl, 29:17
Jay Paxson, 29:21
Jim Lester, 29:40
Timmy O’Connor, 29:41
Don O’Malley, 29:48
Michael Turner, 30:10
Paul Piselli, 30:45
Scott Heald, 30:53
Steve Kenney, 31:02
Paul Celata, 31:13
Samuel Charron, 31:30
Josh Lappin, 31:47
John Scaramuzzo, 32:17
Sean Kelleher, 32:22
Ron Garlick, 32:50
Gregory Mowles, 32:53
Emilio Locilento, 33:07
Keith Connearney, 33:23
Kathleen O’Neil, 33:26
John Hallisey, 33:34
Melissa Hallisey, 33:42
Shannon Clark, 33:49
Janet Chambers, 33:57
Mark Reilly, 34:15
Amanda Adams, 34:15
Claire Gormley, 34:40
Tom Gormley, 34:42
Denise Beaudoin, 34:46
Kendyl Schaefer, 35:05
Greg Gies, 35:09
Lorena Pisano, 35:16
Karen Durham, 35:18
Laura O’Hanlon, 35:19
Cheryl Molloy, 35:22
Daniel Emery, 35:32
Kelly Emery, 35:33
Michael McKenna, 35:52
Jennifer Morgan, 35:57
Jeff Keough, 36:12
Lee Gilman, 36:12
Rose Lally, 36:16
Monica Linari, 36:17
Allison MacDougall, 36:26
Kristina St. Cyr, 36:29
Andrew Weiss, 36:33
David Hicks, 36:53
Christine Janson, 36:54
Jessica Deratzian, 37:07
Laurie Keogh, 37:20
Elizabeth McKenna, 37:33
Rachel Forsyth-Tuerck, 38:07
Ben Kelly, 38:16
Patricia Tunney, 38:19
Sarah O’Hanlon, 38:24
Rachel Linso, 38:53
Janice Badessa, 39:03
Colleen Tuite, 39:18
Julie Tuite, 39:18
Patricia Aliquo, 39:19
Kelly Snyder, 39:19
Mark Dolan, 39:32
Kevin Fitzgibbon, 39:40
Mary St. Cyr, 39:42
Annie McGonagle, 39:49
Jake Flynn, 39:50
John Sullivan, 39:53
Heidi Adams, 39:54
Davin Sweeney, 40:23
Patrick Sweeney, 40:24
Emma Flynn, 40:27
Joe Anderson, 40:28
Donna Tolley, 41:53
Colleen Klaus, 42:00
Kevin McSheffrey, 42:02
Ann Stanesa, 42:03
Lisa Laprade, 42:04
Andrea Griffin, 42:05
Julie Deschenes, 42:13
Kerry O’Connor, 42:26
Amy O’Connell, 42:28
Jennifer Barsamian, 42:36
Valerie Lenhardt, 42:40
Katie McGonagle, 43:49
Jill Regan, 43:53
Cheryl Doyle, 44:33
Maria St. Cyr, 44:34
Hannah Loughlin, 44:45
Alec MacLean, 45:03
Meaghan Costello, 45:54
Oliver Naser, 46:14
Camille Naser, 46:15
Denise Hart, 46:18
Liz Stanton, 46:19
Michelle Reardon, 46:20
Dee Graichen, 46:28
Amber Socci, 48:43
Sarah MacDonald, 48:44
Julie McKenna, 49:15
Christian Mowles, 50:30
Kerry Diehl, 50:32
Charlie McGregor, 53:28
Kathleen Mazzio, 58:49
Peter McDonagh, 59:23

Written by shiretown99

July 5, 2012 at 7:07 am

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