It may be springtime in Vermont (with some hot, hot, hot temps this weekend), but there’s still a game to be played at Sugarbush and the team wasn’t about to throw in the towel for the fourth inning. Before the snow melted, the Northern VT crew hit a few homers in the Sugarbush park. The grandstands have been filled all season despite the below-average snowfall and while Jake Rose, Max Lyons, and Charlie Mayforth were batting 100, and free agents Sean Genovese and Marcus Rand brought the heat, the game was called on account of rising temps and will be picked back up when snow starts to fly next season.

Featuring Connor Gross, Tyler Watson, Jake Rose, Max Lyons, Devon Gulick, River Richer, Char Zoeckler, Luke Haddock, Drew Baker, Sean Genovese, Nate Haust, Charlie Mayforth, and Marcus Rand.

Filmed and edited by Paul Osborne with additional filming by Devin Bernard.

From Sugarbush:

It may be the offseason, but Sugarbush Parks still has some ball left to play! Staffers Connor Gross and Tyler Watson lead off the Fourth Inning, and Jake Rose, Max Lyons, Devon Gulick and River Richer provided plenty of run support. Locals Char Zoeckler, Luke Haddock, Andrew Baker and Nate Haust showed up to play as well, with a clutch hit from pinch hitter Sean Genovese. Charlie Mayforth sent one out of the park, and Marcus Rand delivered the walk-off hit. The Fourth Inning gave us beautiful spring conditions up until closing day, and be on the lookout for the Bush League squad next season.

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