GLOUCESTER, MA (August 16, 2019) – On Wednesday, August 14 the City of Gloucester faced the City of Beverly in a softball game at Innocenti Field in Beverly. In a friendly competition Gloucester pulled out the win, after a close game, in the later innings.
Team Gloucester was led by Manager Jim Destino, the City’s Chief Administrative Officer, and was represented by a diverse roster of City Councilors and employees from the followingdepartments: Auditor’s Office, Community Development, Department of Public Works, Fire, Harbormaster’s Office, Health, Information Technology, Police and Veterans Services.
The full roster for Team Gloucester:
· Jocelyn Favuzza, Auditor’s Office
· Steve LeBlanc, City Council
· Val Gilman, City Council
· Jaime O’Hara, City Council
· Gregg Cademartori, Community Development
· Mike Hale, DPW
· Jonathan Church, DPW
· Marc Pepin, DPW
· Joe Lucido, DPW,
· Jack Brancaleone, Fire
· Sean Ellis, Fire
· David Elwell, Fire
· Tom Aldrich, Fire
· TJ Ciarametaro, Harbormaster’s Office
· Chad Johnson, Harbormaster’s Office
· Karin Carroll, Health
· Kelley Hiland, Health
· Brian Hamilton, Information Technology
· Jonathan Trefry, Police
· Josiah Aberle, Police
· Adam Curcuru, Veterans Services
Chad Johnson, the City’s Assistant Harbormaster, pitched impressively through the six innings. His pitching along with some outstanding fielding, hitting, and base running helped clinch the victory for Team Gloucester.
Team Beverly’s roster included Mayor Michael Cahill and staff from Beverly City Hall.
Although nothing is scheduled at the moment, the City looks forward to future games against our North Shore and Cape Ann neighbors.