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Boschee, Carlson, Beaudoin, Peluso headed to NDSHF

Jeff Boschee, Whitney Carlson Bruins, Doug Beaudoin, and Mike Peluso will be enshrined into the North Dakota Sports Hall of Fame this summer in Jamestown.

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Doug Beaudoin, pictured, who'd go on to play for the New England Patriots, the Miami Dolphins and the San Diego Chargers, all of the National Football League, will be inducted into the North Dakota Sports Hall of Fame with Jeff Boschee, Whitney Carlson and Mike Peluso on June 26, 2021, in Jamestown. Photo courtesy JHS Athletics Dept.
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Jeff Boschee, Whitney Carlson Bruins, Doug Beaudoin, and Mike Peluso will be enshrined into the North Dakota Sports Hall of Fame this summer in Jamestown.

The 2021 inductees will receive the Cliff Cushman Award and be honored during a ceremony on June 26, 2021, at the Jamestown Civic Center, the home of the North Dakota Sports Hall of Fame (NDSHF). Cliff Cushman, A Grand Forks native and 1960 Olympian, lost his life in the Vietnam War.

Along with the awards program, the induction ceremony will include a banquet and auction beginning at 5:30 p.m. Tickets are $35.

More information can be obtained by contacting the North Dakota Sports Hall of Fame at 701-252-4835 or at the following email addresses: pfosse@daktel.com or jjackson@daktel.com.

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Former Carrington track and field standout Whitney (Carlson) Bruins, pictured, will be inducted into the North Dakota Sports Hall of Fame with Jeff Boschee, Doug Beaudoin and Mike Peluso on June 26, 2021, in Jamestown. Darren Gibbins / Forum News Service

Savaloja is the sports lead writer for The Jamestown Sun.
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