Sunday March 25, 2018: Haverhill Valley Forum – Both teams battled hard all season but the Whalers topped The Bustonians 7-0 to secure the Championship! James Hennessy, Owen Hughes, Matt Crones , and Carter Meyer all put up a goal each and Brayden Boczenowski with the hat trick. The Whaler put up an impressive record this season with only 5 losses. Congratulations to all teams for a great season!
Sunday March 18, 2018: The Edge – The Wamesit Wolves M1 team defeated the So. Mass Warriors M1 team 7-4. Justin Harrington put up a hat trick in the win. Other goals came from Dominic Parisi, Ledgend Crane, and two from Kyle MacKeen. The Wolves prepare to take on the Bustonians in the semifinals this Saturday at 3:30. The Wolves will advance to the semifinals where they will face a strong Bustonians. The Bustonians are in second place behind the Whalers, losing only 7 games this season. Game is set for Saturday March 24 at 3:30 pm in Burlington.
Sunday February 25, 2018: Tewksbury – The Bustonians M1 team skated past the Wamesit Wolves M1 team 9-3. The Bustonians put up an impressive 17 goals over the weekend, also defeating the So. Mass Warriors 8-3.
MIKE LYNCH COLUMN
He never boasted about himself to anyone even though he had a coaching resume that put him in numerous Halls of Fame. "Self-praise is no praise" he would tell his children if they became a little too boastful. "If we were meant to pat ourselves on the back our elbows would bend the other way." he would remind one and all. He wasn't a great trophy collector even though he coached multiple undefeated teams, state champions as well as three student athletes who played in the NFL and one who played for the Red Sox.