2013 Series champion Red Sox honored at the White House
Stars and Stripes
Published: April 1, 2014
Boston Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz takes a selfie with President Barack Obama during an April 1, 2014 ceremony at the White House in which the president honored the 2013 World Series champions.
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The Boston Red Sox, whose last-to-first effort in 2013 resulted in a World Series championship, were honored by President Barack Obama at the White House on Tuesday, April 1.
Wrestling Saturday at SHAPE Team scoring—Kaiserslautern 313, Lakenheath 190, SHAPE 96, AFNORTH 93, Alconbury 51, Brussels 47, Menwith Hill 27 Noteworthy—Individual results were unavailable at press time. According to SHAPE coach Tim Mobley, however, six wrestlers remained unbeaten for the season — Lakenheath’s Adam Carroll (130 pounds), Derek Franco (160) and Shea Emerton (285); SHAPE’s Marco Gonzalez (119), Brussels’ Vincent Alonso (125), and AFNORTH’s Aaron Black (215). Previously unbeaten Caleb Burford of Kaiserslautern (152 pounds) lost for the first time this season, 8-7, to AFNORTH’s Tizhuan Carroll.