Adrian Gomes 2012 Recipient of Maxine Gordon Award

Wayland Baseball & Softball Proudly announces Adrian Gomes of Framingham as 2012 Recipient of Maxine Gordon Award

Enjoying the ride on Saturday, May 5. Well deserved & extremely honored !

In grateful appreciation for over 20 years of service to the community, Adrian has coached and mentored hundreds of Wayland children over the past 20 years in all sports, through various Park and Recreation programs and has supported the WBSA through his efforts in coaching and umpiring.

He is a true leader in the community. His affable smile and youthful enthusiasm are qualities that have positive impacts on everyone who he has touched.

Thank you Adrian ! See you behind the plate…

Maxine Gordon had those rare qualities that made her a great coach and sportswoman and a true role model for all our youth. Maxine loved people and sports. She loved kids. She loved a good game. The Wayland Baseball and Softball Association was greatly enriched by her involvement and spirit. Maxine always had cheerful, encouraging and positive words for every player. She instilled the love of sports and good sportsmanship. Maxine made a difference in a lot of kids’ lives. She coached both softball and baseball teams and was the first woman to coach in the majors. She helped each player to develop and grow. Each player came with a certain set of skills. Each improved. Each could feel good about how they played. Each was an important part of the team. Maxine’s players developed skills while enjoying the sport, the competition, and the camaraderie.

With her enthusiasm and knowledge, her encouraging selfless approach, and her love of people and sports, Maxine Gordon was a great role model for all.

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