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Rectory Athletes: Baseball & Lacrosse Student Interviews

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The DiRectory interviewed two Rectory athletes;

Meredith plays Girls’ Lacrosse and Gus plays Varsity Baseball.

Varsity Baseball has been at Rectory since 1935.

Girls’ Lacrosse has been at Rectory since 2011.

The interview went very well.

The athletes who volunteered to

speak with us cooperated and

made it easy for us to get all

the information we needed

“to get the job done”.

Special thanks

go to

Meredith B.

and Gus A.

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