This winter season, both the boys’ basketball, 12-5, and hockey, 2-5-3, teams experienced substantial losses to their rosters. Now, both teams are looking to younger and new players to make…
by Blake Krantz Boys’ hockey defeated King Phillip 3-1 in front of a large home crowd in the first round of the state tournament Wednesday night in Watertown to advance…
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By Andrew Mannix Boys’ hockey, 9-4-3, qualified for the State Tournament for the first time in 18 years with a 3-0 defeat of Norwood Thursday night. It will be their…
Boys’ hockey, 7-7-2 have a chance to do something that it hasn’t done since 1998, which is make it to the State Tournament.
by Ryan Condon
Boys’ hockey, 6-12-3, improved its offense this season, according to coach Tom Ryan. “Our ability to score goals was a strength,” he said.
by Jacob Schwartz
While boys’ hockey’s style of play has not changed, the team has become more aggressive, coach Tom Ryan said.
Ryan said he noticed this change when the Tigers, 5-7-2, came back to tie Walpole 4-4 Wednesday, Dec. 21. “I would have to say that was the turning point of our season. We were down 4-1 going into the third period, and we came back.”