In their last outing of the season, the Bears broke out the big bats and rocked the host Saints for twenty base hits and twenty-three runs. A combined pitching effort from Henry Thomas, Dan Kim, Chris Cooke and Mohib Amin kept Canterbury from mounting much in terms of a counter-attack and limited the opponents to just one hit on the afternoon. (Walks and errors resulted in the runs scored.)
Berkshire was missing a couple of third-form starters who were called up by Coach Gappa for the playoff game against Suffield, but seniors Matt Renzi (two hits), Bryan Bohaty (two hits), Mohib Amin (three hits) and Nic Greco (three hits) paced the Berkshire offense. Underformers Chris Cooke, Cody Lucey and Calder Ryan also chipped in with two hits each. With the visiting team also drawing nine walks, interim first-base coach Max Kohlkins quickly got used to waving the Bears onward around the bases.
Several Bears showed their versatility on the afternoon. Henry Thomas pitched, played outfield and donned the "tools of ignorance" for an inning, and Mohib Amin played the same assortment of positions in a slightly different order. Max Way played a couple of innings at first base before heading back out to the outfield, where he normally plays, while Nic Greco flashed the leather at shortstop in the fifth frame, recording the final put-out of the game, the season and his Berkshire career in fine style.