Posted Feb 18, 2014By
THOMASTON >> With a chance to clinch a share of the Berkshire League title on Monday night in its final regular season game the Nonnewaug Chiefs couldn’t deliver losing to Thomaston 54-36.
“Thomaston played well tonight, they were aggressive,” said Nonnewaug head coach, Adam Brutting.“We had a great regular season, we took it one game at a time.”
(Photos by Pete Paguaga Register Citizen) Thomaston 54 Nonnewaug 36, February 17, 2014.
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