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The Chatham Athletic Association announced its last round of additions to the 2022 Anglers Media Team Tuesday. Maddy Canning, Griffin Hout and Maggie Menoni will serve as Chatham's visual media interns for the upcoming Cape Cod Baseball League season.
Canning, a rising senior at Boston College, will be responsible for all photographs used for Chatham's programming, website and social media pages.
Hout, a rising sophomore at the University of Florida, and Menoni, a rising senior at Virginia Tech, will work in tandem to produce content for the broadcast, including pre- and post-game interviews, along with highlights and visual game summaries.
'Maddy, Griffin and Maggie each possess a deep appreciation for ' and skill in ' the expanding arts of visual storytelling, and we're excited to have them in Chatham this summer,' CAA media consultant Dan D'Uva said. 'Their creativity and ingenuity will drive innovation and continue our tradition of exploring new ways to bring fans closer to the Anglers. We're glad to welcome students with Cape Cod roots, and especially pleased to have Maggie return for a second summer.'
Canning, Hout and Menoni join broadcasters Joe Puccio and Ian Unsworth, beat writers Connor Smith and Anish Vasudevan and media team assistant Jake Klein on Chatham's 2022 Media Team. The Anglers' first game is Sunday, June 12, against Cotuit at Veterans Field.
Canning, a New Canaan, Connecticut native, is a rising senior at Boston College with a major in communications and a minor in studio art concentrated in photography.
As a member of the photo staff at Boston College's student-produced yearbook, Sub Turri, Canning photographs athletic events on campus including baseball, men's and women's basketball, football and softball.
Hout, an Andover, Massachusetts native, is a rising sophomore at the University of Florida. He is pursuing a degree in media production, management and technology from UF's College of Journalism and Communications.
Hout has served as a video editor for the Harvard University football team and for The Phillipian newspaper at Phillips Academy.
Menoni grew up in Williamsburg, Virginia, and currently lives in Chatham.
She is a rising senior at Virginia Tech working toward a bachelor's degree in public health from the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine.
Menoni is a videography intern for HokieVision, the video arm of Virginia Tech Athletics.
She creates content for each of the school's 18 athletic teams, works with the in-house ACC Network staff as a production assistant, and assists the football coaching staff by shooting and editing video of games and practices.
This is Menoni's second summer with the A's.