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Shockers Boys Receive Telegram & Gazette Post-Season Recognition
Apr. 23, 2018
Three members of the Shockers boys varsity team were recognized last weekend by the Worcester Telegram and Gazette as Central Mass All-Stars. Congratulations to Kyle Sawtelle (senior guard, Grafton HS) and Victor Florentino (senior forward, Worcester Technical HS) for their first team recognition. Brendon Hamilton (junior center, Worcester Technical HS) also received second team recognition. This is a tremendous achievement for three young men who have worked tirelessly to develop their talents and to lead their respective high schools teams into post-season competition.
Sawtelle, a four-year member of the Grafton HS varsity team, was also a two-year team captain and a three-year Southern Worcester County League all-star. He averaged 18.4 PPG this past year. Florentino, a four-year member of the Worcester Technical HS varsity team, was also a two-year team captain and multi-year Colonial Athletic League all-star. His teams reached the state vocational tournament title games three years in a row and this year they played in the Central Mass Division 4 tournament title game.
All three players are long-time Shockers standouts who have worked with their teammates to develop similar successes on the AAU circuit. Their team was the NEAAU 11th grade state champion in 2017. Congratulations to you all! Your well deserved recognition has brought acclaim to your schools and in the process you have represented the Shockers program in an exemplary manner.
Victor Florentino, senior forward, Worcester Technical HS
Kyle Sawtelle, senior guard, Grafton HS
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