FRAMINGHAM, MA -- The Framingham State University baseball team rallied for a 6-5 come from behind victory over Brandeis University in game one before erupting for five runs in the fourth inning to complete the sweep with an 8-3 victory in game two of a non-conference doubleheader this afternoon at the New England Baseball Complex in Northborough, MA.
At age 12, Janet Leombruno was one of the first two girls to play Little Leauge baseball in the town of Framingham, Mass., (photo circa 1976)
FRAMINGHAM, MA - Janet Leombruno was born and raised in Framingham. She attended the Mary E. Stapleton Elementary School, the Cameron Middle School, and graduated from Framingham North High in 1981.
Always a trail-blazer, she was one of the first two girls in Framingham to play Little League baseball!
Janet volunteered at the YMCA to help young children in many activities and excelled in training youngsters in gymnastics.
For 13 years, she volunteered for numerous programs at Hemenway School.
She coached soccer for Framingham United Soccer Club for 6 years. She has coached baseball in Framingham for 13 years, (and currently coaches a "Majors" team), and also coaches in the Temple Beth Am Brotherhood "TBA" Basketball League.
Janet currently serves on the board of directors of Framingham Baseball and is a Framingham Baseball Commissioner.
Janet is a long-time Framingham Town Meeting Member and is ...[read more]
www.framingham.com helps you find the best sports information in town!
FRAMINGHAM, MA - Back to school also means it's time for many kids to start various fall sports.
Parents, student athletes, coaches and others involved in Framingham sports may be overwhelmed if they have to organize sports schedules -- especially if they have to coordinate between two or more sports -- or for more than one person or team's schedule.
Of course, the best source of info is from the organization which runs the particular sports program.
Most print a schedule that they hand out at the beginning of a season -- but ...[read more]
August 9, 2011 (10:52 am EST)
by News Staff
Filed under: Around Town
FRAMINGHAM, MA - Framingham Baseball League is currently accepting registrations for its Fall Baseball Travel League.
Registration is open to all Framingham youth ages 12-15.
All registrants who are 12 years old and played in the Little League Majors or AAA this past spring will be placed on "Step Up Prep" teams.
The league is instructional, (not competitive, no standings will be kept), and is designed to give players experience playing on larger diamonds and to introduce them to rules that are different from Little League.
Those who are 13 & 14 year olds and played in the Prep League and 14 & 15 year olds who played in the Babe Ruth League Majors will be placed on one of ...[read more]