Tantasqua Wins Two Day State Championship
"The dream that never ended"
After the first game of the 1977 season, Coach Mike Dube dreamed that his baseball team won the State Championship. In June of that year, the dream actually came true. Tantasqua defeated Drury 9-8 to take the state crown. The rain delayed game took two days to play.
Coach Mike Dube
|Front: Ted Casey, Nick DiGregorio, Paul Grignon, Mark Griffin, Jim Grignon,
John Ferrara, Steve Little, Bob Gregory. Rear: Coach Mike Dube, Kevin LaBonte,
Dan Boone, Craig Hutchinson, Chris Grubert, Wayne Grudzien, Brian Kaitbenski,
Mark St. Jean, Assistant Coach Al Walker.
|1977 State Champions|
Regular Season Record:
16 - 5
District III Championship:
June 4 - Tantasqua 7 - Shepherd Hill 6 (10 innings)
June 13 - Tantasqua 4 - Grafton 3 (10 innings)
June 14 - Tantasqua 15 - Quabbin 3
June 16, Semi-finals - Tantasqua 4 - Bridgewater-Raynham 3 (13 innings)
June 18-19 - TANTASQUA 9 - DRURY 8