Sport in a Minute: NECC’s Tringale Commits to Dayton | Local sports

by | Oct 28, 2021 | Driving Ranges

From Tringal to Dayton

Northern Essex Community College baseball, one of the best junior college programs in the country, has made it again. It sends another of its student athletes to a Division 1 school.

Todd Tringale, a star jug ​​for the Knights, has accepted an offer from Dayton University. NECC Baseball has been a long-term participant in the Jr. College World Series and has sent one player to a Division 1 school for the past several years.

The native Saugus was named National Pitcher of the Week in April 2020. The 6-foot-2 fireball is expected to take part immediately.

Garrison raises a record of $ 11,120

The Murphy family of Haverhill have done it again. You have crossed the line when it comes to helping others.

The owners of the Garrison Golf Center, an executive par-3 course, driving range and putting green, have raised over $ 250,000 over four days over the past 51 years at its annual Eagle Tribune Hole in One contest.

That year they broke another record, bringing in a record of $ 11,120, including $ 2,004 from friends of Deb Randolph’s who used the event to raise money for their family.

“We’re so grateful to the people who donated and tried the competition,” said Mary Murphy, who hosted the event with her husband and longtime golfer Teddy Murphy. “It’s great for us to see that so many people want to donate and participate. We are thrilled with the results. “

Dallion’s time has come

Penn State freshman head coach Micah Shrewsberry went out of his way to name a few sophomores he expects to make big roles this season, and Bradford-born Dallion Johnson is leading the list.

Johnson is a former Massachusetts Mr. Basketball who played his high school career with Phillips Andover.

“(Some) young people like Dallion didn’t have that many opportunities last year, but they were here,” Shrewsberry said. “The level of competition and how far they go is rooted in them. Caps off to what they’ve done here before. You can build on that. “

Johnson was one of the greatest three point shooters in Massachusetts high school. We will watch.

Caron a proud papa

Now that the Sox have left the postseason, Tom Caron, host of the Red Sox studio, has some free time to follow his son Robbie while playing football at Hobart University in Geneva, NY

He chose a great time to watch his son as Robbie scored two assists in Hobart’s 5-2 win over Utica College, his first of the season.

Robbie, a junior, was a star in St. John’s Shrewsbury, where he led her in scoring as in prep school at Bridgton Academy. The Caron family live in Framingham.

Congratulations to the carons.