Puzzle Fit A Few Of Our Readers To A 'T'
Many readers knew the mystery photo had something to do athletics but couldn't quite nail it down.
If there is a lesson to be learned from this week's "Where Is It?" mystery photo contest, it's that you need to actually open the article and look at the large version of the photo to have your best chance.
Many readers knew that this week's photo had something to do with athletics. They figured out that the Red and Blue were certainly indicative of Tewksbury sports. However, we had guesses that included the high school gym, the East Street baseball field dugouts, the high school football field, the youth football field and the side of the equipment building at the Sal Frasca Soccer Complex.
The reader who guessed the equipment building at the Sal Frasca Soccer Complex might kick themselves by the end of this article.
Readers who opened up the file and looked at the big version of the photo had a better chance of noticing that the wall in the picture was not made of concrete but rather was made of wood.
And while the photo was, in fact, taken at the youth soccer complex, it was a photo of the "kickboard" behind one of the goals.
Congratulations to the eight readers who guessed correctly and a special congratulations to Lou Barinelli, whose name was selected from among the correct guessers to win a Friendly's gift card.
If you are new to the "Where is It?" mystery photo contest, why not test your skills with some of the previous mystery photos by clicking here.