Lanesborough Bulldogs 16U Team Opens Year 3-1

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Owen Gagne went 5-for-9 with three doubles and threw a complete game win on the mound over the weekend to help the Lanesborough Bulldogs 16-and-under travel team go 3-1 in its opening weekend.
 
Catcher Derek Paris was 5-for-12 at the plate with a homer, a triple, a double and seven RBIs in the four games. Landen Jamula was 4-for-11 with three doubles.
 
In Gagne’s Sunday win, a four-inning, 11-4 decision, he struck out five, walked none and allowed one earned run.
 
Jack Cangelosi struck out nine and walked two while giving up two earned runs in six innings of an 8-4 win on Sunday. He threw three innings of shutout ball, striking out six and allowing one hit in an 8-1 Lanesborough win on Saturday.
 
The Bulldogs Thursday, Friday and Saturday return to action at the New England Baseball Complex field in Northborough.
 
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Lanesborough's King Elmer Treated for Broken Limbs

By Tammy DanielsiBerkshires Staff

The break can be seen in the center, where a hole in the trunk allowed a family of raccoons to take up residence last year. 
LANESBOROUGH, Mass. — King Elmer lost part of his crown this week.
 
Once the tallest elm in Massachusetts, the more than 250-year-old tree is now missing at least 10 foot section from his topmost branches from a combination of a weak trunk and winds from Tropical Storm Isaias that blew through the region Tuesday.
 
"It is 107 feet and I think that was part of the highest section," said James Neureuther, chairman of the Lanesborough Tree and Forest Committee. "It's probably a little shorter than it was now. It'd be hard to know but we may have lost 10 feet."
 
That, he noted, was like losing a whole tree.
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