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Maloney’s Fahey was consummate teammate


MERIDEN — Turns out Maloney’s Record-Journal Scholar-Athlete lineup was missing a starting player on Wednesday.

Pitching — and playing first base when he’s not — No. 21, junior, Cameron Fahey.

Fahey won five games this spring for the Spartans. His best games came against Northwest Catholic and Berlin.

Academically, he takes a 4.47 grade-point average into his senior year.

“Many coaches talk about players being good teammates. Cam is an example of what type of player makes a great teammate,” said Maloney coach Howie Hewitt. “Cam was second on the team with five wins, a steady defensive first baseman, and a .300 hitter. These statistics only begin to illustrate Cam’s contributions both on and off of the field.”



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