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Selfless diamond play nets recognition


MERIDEN — Four area baseball players were among those honored recently at the Southern Connecticut Diamond Club’s annual Whitey Piurek “No I in Team” awards banquet at Monticello’s Restaurant.

The common characteristic of the honorees, according to the Diamond Club: unselfishness on their baseball teams.

The local honorees were Scott Dargan of Platt, Ben Miller of Lyman Hall, Brian DeMayo of Sheehan and Kyle Waldron of Cheshire.

Also recognized were coach Greg Simler and his Jonathan Law squad. Simler was the Diamond Club’s coach of the year, the Lawmen the team of the year.



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