CBA’s 2nd Annual Charity Softball Tournament
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CBA’s 2nd Annual Charity Softball Tournament

CBA’s 2nd Annual Charity Softball Tournament

CUBE 3 Studio was excited to field a very competitive team in the CBA’s 2nd Annual Charity Softball Tournament, benefiting Caritas Communities on June 3rd at Joe Moakley Park in South Boston. CUBE 3 Studio took to the diamonds alongside teams from such commercial real estate firms as Avison Young, CBRE-NE, Colliers International, JLL, NAI Hunneman, and NGKF. This double elimination tournament saw some epic battles and some epic blow-outs, but everyone enjoyed the day away from the office in support of a great cause.  The CUBE 3 team successfully made it to the championship game against JLL by winning 2 very tight games in extra-innings against Avison Young & CBRE, along the way. However, the “stacked” JLL team was victorious in the end, leaving CUBE 3 with a slightly smaller trophy.

The CUBE 3 Softball Team:

  • Keith Boyle
  • Kelly Bushey
  • Doug Carr
  • Anthony DiFelice
  • Allyson Fairweather
  • Allison Faria
  • Erin Farrar
  • Nick Griffin
  • Michele Quinn
  • Eric Samuelson
  • Ted Shannon
  • Steven Wolenski

CUBE 3 looks forward to taking the field in next year’s tournament to take down the two time champions of JLL. Several teams proposed a PED screening for the JLL team, but such efforts have yielded little success to date!

With all of the teams participation, CBA was able to raise $5,000 for Caritas Communities. Caritas is the largest non-profit owner and manager of permanent veteran and Single Room Occupancy housing in Greater Boston. Caritas provides low- and extremely low-income residents safe, clean, and stable housing in its 895 rooms in 29 buildings in Greater Boston.

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Steven Wolenski's Home Run Trot
Steven Wolenski’s Home Run Trot


CUBE 3 Studio team resting up for the next round
CUBE 3 Studio team resting up for the next round


CUBE 3 Studio Sportsmanship