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Coach L.J. Demaino

Demaino was one of the best (and fastest) baseball players in DHS history. He captained the 1999 squad that went a perfect 20-0 in the regular season and won five more games in the state tournament before falling in the state final to Hudson High. He still holds single season records of runs (46), hits (42), batting average (.483) and stolen bases (35) for the Falcons, as well as career records for runs (91), walks (52) and stolen bases (63 of out 66 attempts). His awards include the Ken Rollins Award (1996), NEC all-star (1998 and 99), Salem News all-star (1999), team MVP (1999) and Eastern Mass. all-star (1999). Demaino went to Miami Dade Community College and played there for two years before transferring to Division 1 Clemson University, going to College World Series with the Tigers. He completed his baseball career at UMass Lowell and is now a freshman baseball coach at Danvers High.

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