World Series Trophies Come to Belmont Hill

At a special surprise chapel, the Belmont Hill community was treated to an appearance by the four World Series trophies the Red Sox have captured in this century.  
Red Sox President and CEO Sam Kennedy, also a Belmont Hill parent, brought the trophies to the chapel, surprising the boys, who had not been told of the plans.
During the chapel, Mr. Kennedy spoke about the Red Sox journey through perhaps its best season ever, culminating in a World Series victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers.  In another special surprise, one student from each Form won tickets to Opening Day this coming spring, where they will enjoy the festivities of celebrating the team's historic season prior to the game.
After the chapel, the trophies were brought outside where students posed for pictures and got a closer look.  It was another wonderful memory and fun moment for the Belmont Hill boys. 
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