, Newburyport, MA


August 5, 2013

Odds and evens mix it up in annual NHS Alumni Game


“That sign reflects all of the kids that played in this game all of these years,” said Pettingell.

“My name happens to be on it but it’s because of these guys. That is why I coached and the kind of kids who come back for this alumni game, those are the type of kids who you loved to coach. They still have a love for the game and they still have that concept of giving back to the game. That’s why they’re here.”

Charlie Cullen (’69), chairman of the Provident Bank, which sponsored the construction of the sign, went two for three in the Alumni Game.

“We couldn’t be more pleased,” Cullen said of the Provident Bank.

“I have so much affection for Coach Pettingell. He’s just a legend in this town.”

“It’s an awesome sign,” said Malenfant.

“The first time we saw it, we knew it was the perfect sign for us.”

Text Only | Photo Reprints

NDN Video
Jack White's Cub Face How Emmanuel Mudiay Ended Up in China Sterling says he's not trying to block Clippers sale Selig: MLB 'more popular today than ever' Eli, Giants learning new offense Shirtless Super Mario Balotelli Dances While Ironing - @TheBuzzeronFOX Longhorns Coach Disses Texas With Compliment - @TheBuzzeronFOX How Will Wiggins Deal Impact Potential Love Trade? Tony Dungy Weighs in on Michael Sam Dareus fails conditioning test, Watkins lifts spirits Clay Travis On Mettenberger Punch & "Dumbest Fanbase" - @TheBuzzeronFOX Bowlsby talks cheating in NCAA Kluwe: How can Tony Dungy advocate felons, not Michael Sam SNC Minute: Phils lose; Lee set to return Eagles less than a week away from training camp Could Cliff Lee's health affect trade value? McCarthy and Stairs break down the Phillies' loss 105-year-old woman throws first pitch McIlroy wins British Open, Tiger finishes 69th Astros, Aiken fail to reach deal
Special Features