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PHOTOS: Franklin softball tournament benefits charity

  • Lincoln Stevens of Franklin Savings Bank high-fives teammate Mike Metz (left) as their team comes off the field. The 20th annual Franklin Savings Bank Charity Softball Tournament, which held its championship game at Odell Park in Franklin yesterday, has raised more than $50,000 in its 20-year existence according to tournament co-director Cheri Caruso. Caruso said they choose a different charity every year, and that this year's proceeds from the 13-team tournament will go to" local chem-free after prom and graduation" ceremonies. In the championship game, Byron's Septic edged out Franklin Savings Bank to remain undefeated and clinch the title.  (WILL PARSON / Monitor staff)

    Lincoln Stevens of Franklin Savings Bank high-fives teammate Mike Metz (left) as their team comes off the field. The 20th annual Franklin Savings Bank Charity Softball Tournament, which held its championship game at Odell Park in Franklin yesterday, has raised more than $50,000 in its 20-year existence according to tournament co-director Cheri Caruso. Caruso said they choose a different charity every year, and that this year's proceeds from the 13-team tournament will go to" local chem-free after prom and graduation" ceremonies. In the championship game, Byron's Septic edged out Franklin Savings Bank to remain undefeated and clinch the title. (WILL PARSON / Monitor staff)

  • Tim Bryson of Byron's Septic bats against Franklin Savings Bank. The 20th annual Franklin Savings Bank Charity Softball Tournament, which held its championship game at Odell Park in Franklin yesterday, has raised more than $50,000 in its 20-year existence according to tournament co-director Cheri Caruso. Caruso said they choose a different charity every year, and that this year's proceeds from the 13-team tournament will go to" local chem-free after prom and graduation" ceremonies. In the championship game, Byron's Septic edged out Franklin Savings Bank to remain undefeated and clinch the title.<br/><br/> (WILL PARSON / Monitor staff)

    Tim Bryson of Byron's Septic bats against Franklin Savings Bank. The 20th annual Franklin Savings Bank Charity Softball Tournament, which held its championship game at Odell Park in Franklin yesterday, has raised more than $50,000 in its 20-year existence according to tournament co-director Cheri Caruso. Caruso said they choose a different charity every year, and that this year's proceeds from the 13-team tournament will go to" local chem-free after prom and graduation" ceremonies. In the championship game, Byron's Septic edged out Franklin Savings Bank to remain undefeated and clinch the title.

    (WILL PARSON / Monitor staff)

  • Lincoln Stevens of Franklin Savings Bank high-fives teammate Mike Metz (left) as their team comes off the field. The 20th annual Franklin Savings Bank Charity Softball Tournament, which held its championship game at Odell Park in Franklin yesterday, has raised more than $50,000 in its 20-year existence according to tournament co-director Cheri Caruso. Caruso said they choose a different charity every year, and that this year's proceeds from the 13-team tournament will go to" local chem-free after prom and graduation" ceremonies. In the championship game, Byron's Septic edged out Franklin Savings Bank to remain undefeated and clinch the title.  (WILL PARSON / Monitor staff)
  • Tim Bryson of Byron's Septic bats against Franklin Savings Bank. The 20th annual Franklin Savings Bank Charity Softball Tournament, which held its championship game at Odell Park in Franklin yesterday, has raised more than $50,000 in its 20-year existence according to tournament co-director Cheri Caruso. Caruso said they choose a different charity every year, and that this year's proceeds from the 13-team tournament will go to" local chem-free after prom and graduation" ceremonies. In the championship game, Byron's Septic edged out Franklin Savings Bank to remain undefeated and clinch the title.<br/><br/> (WILL PARSON / Monitor staff)

The 20th annual Franklin Savings Bank Charity Softball Tournament, which held its championship game at Odell Park in Franklin yesterday, has raised more than $50,000 in its 20-year existence, said tournament Co-Director Cheri Caruso. Caruso said they choose a different charity every year, and this year’s proceeds from the 13-team tournament will go to local “chem-free after prom and graduation” ceremonies. In the championship game, Byron’s Septic edged out Franklin Savings Bank to remain undefeated and clinch the title.

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