The following segment aired on the 6:00 evening news on WBZ CBS on March 23, 2011. It's a nice piece of coverage of a defining moment in Team Saquish rowing history. Not enough can be said of the seven women involved. Their actions reflect tremendous credit upon themselves, Team Saquish, and the overall spirit and tradition of open water rowing.
This year's Snow Row is one that will not soon be forgotten. The entire Saquish fleet was on the water, with each crew having their own story to tell at the end of the day. Congratulations to the men of the Interceptor for bringing back the coveted golden clam shell to Saquish Rowing. The Tucker, crewed by the Mother Tuckers and coxed by Master and Commander Sterling Wall, also was a winner with the best time in its class - well done. The most important story of the day, however, was the crew of the Jenness and their rescue of five rowers who were capsized, found and saved. With Janet Reddy's skill with the rudder, I hear each rower was plucked from the sea one by one, unharmed. Congratulations! A proud moment for us all.