Mashpee Players With Sandwich Babe Ruth

This summer five Mashpee baseball players are making significant contributions to the Sandwich 1 Senior Babe Ruth team.

Mashpee High School sophomore Nick Carpenter, who played football, basketball and baseball last year for the Falcons, is filling spots in the infield and outfield in his first season with the Sandwich 1 team.

MHS senior Dan Crowley, a veteran of the MHS golf, basketball and baseball teams has played the infield and pitched for Sandwich 1.


Kris Carpenter, entering his freshman year at Framingham State University, played football, ran track and played baseball for the Falcons. This summer he has played the left side of the infield for Sandwich 1.

Jason Demers, going into his junior year at MHS is a golfer and plays baseball. Demers has pitched and played the outfield this summer.

Tyler Towsey, also a graduate of MHS, is on the team again this summer as well. Towsey, an outfielder, will be attending Cape Cod Community College this fall.


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