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Falmouth strikes the proper balance

Sport: Baseball  Posted: April 18th, 2008 by Tom Nolette

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Eric Derhagopian of Falmouth looks for the call Thursday after colliding with Cape Elizabeth catcher Kyle Danielson while trying to score from second on a single to right. The call? Safe. And Falmouth went on to an 8-3 victory in an opener.


Panthers have new track, many athletes, returning talent

Sport:   Posted: April 18th, 2008 by Tom Nolette

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The 2008 Medomak Valley High School girls track-and-field squad.
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Will Furbush in the winter, sans the sumo suit.

Sport: Basketball (boys)  Posted: April 18th, 2008 by Tom Nolette

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Will Furbush in the winter, sans the sumo suit.

Bohenek’s 4 wins spark Rockland

Sport:   Posted: April 17th, 2008 by Tom Nolette

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Hingham's Charlie Wasson takes 1st in the 300 hurdles


Braintree softball makes strong statement

Sport:   Posted: April 17th, 2008 by Tom Nolette

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Braintree pitcher Liz DiMascio struck out eight in seven innings, walked one and allowed three hits against Milton

A senior year to remember might cap a career to remember

Sport: Softball  Posted: April 17th, 2008 by Tom Nolette

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Lesley Warn of Deering, who plans to attend Wheaton next year, will be counted on to keep a young team in contention this season as it attempts to contend in Western Class A.


Kinchla, Knights best Quincy

Sport:   Posted: April 16th, 2008 by Tom Nolette

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Jade Antonangeli of Bourne drives past Maddy Sapshire of Barnstable.Cape Cod Times/Ron Schloerb

Football coaches select six for Hall

Sport:   Posted: April 14th, 2008 by Tom Nolette

Football coaches select six for Hall
By Dan Ventura /  Class Notes  |   Sunday, April 13, 2008  |  http://www.bostonherald.com  

The Massachusetts High School Football Coaches Association will induct six coaches into its Hall of Fame at the annual awards banquet on Sunday, April 27, at 4 p.m. at Lantana’s in Randolph.

The six coaches are Tom Lopez (Lincoln-Sudbury), Ed Winslow (Falmouth), Ken LaChapelle (Northbridge), Tom Kasprzak (Reading), Ed Gillis (Shawsheen) and Ron Reopel (Westfield).

This year’s Distinguished Service Award will be presented to the Kraft family for all their efforts to have the Super Bowl games at Gillette Stadium and airing them on Channel 38.

Five assistant coaches will be honored for their many years of coaching and service to the youth of the state. They are Danny Murphy (Dracut), Dave Baldanza (Weston), Philip Harding (Fairhaven), John Parziale (East Boston) and Joseph Paulo (Coyle-Cassidy).

Nine players were chosen to receive the Courageous Player Award: Curtis Davis (Central Catholic), Corey Devancy (Stoneham), Kyle George (Coyle-Cassidy), Christopher Hall (Weymouth), Edwin Martinez (Gardner), Mike Morander (Andover), Cliff Musto (Cohasset), Tom Stratton (St. Sebastian’s) and Ryan Veillette (Westfield).

For tickets or additional information, contact Paul Costello at 781-585-9409.

In other football news, the local chapter of the National Football Foundation announced its scholar-athlete award recipients for 2008. The winners are Stephen Aborn (Milton Academy), Ryan Andrew (Dartmouth), Matthew Bellomo (Holliston), Nathaniel Brakeley (St. John’s Prep), Scott Darby (St. John’s Prep), Albert Ding (Chelmsford), Derrick Duquette (Plymouth South), Mark Dwyer (Woburn), Daniel Falby (Needham), Mark Hogan (Lincoln-Sudbury), Brian Hopkin (Needham), Tomas Kearney (Xaverian), Peter Kinchley (Swampscott), Walter McCarthy (Milton Academy), Ernest Mello (Wilmington), Nico Papas (BB&N), Matthew Rayner (Andover), Nicholas Schwieger (Bishop Feehan), Michael Stone (Holliston), Darren Thellen (Brockton), Ian Vieira (Thayer Academy) and Alexander Watler (Lynn Classical).

Tough to track down

Sport:   Posted: April 14th, 2008 by Tom Nolette

Tough to track down
Looney puts distance on rivals
By Joe Reardon  |   Sunday, April 13, 2008  |  http://www.bostonherald.com 

Bishop Feehan’s Meg Looney has...
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Bishop Feehan’s Meg Looney has her sights set on another state championship in the 800 meters before heading off to Harvard.

Like it or not, there’s no way the competition can run conservatively if they expect to defeat Bishop Feehan’s Meg Looney.

An 800-meter specialist during the outdoor season, the 18-year-old Looney forces her adversaries to run hard from the gun. Period. If not, they can kiss any chance at first place goodbye.

Nowhere was Looney’s damn-the-torpedoes style of racing more prevalent than during the 600-meter run in the Coaches Elite Invitational this past winter. At the gun, the defending champion took the lead immediately and was 30 meters clear of the talented field after the first 200 on the Reggie Lewis Center track.

Looney never let up and surged across the finish line, easily defeating Lincoln-Sudbury’s superb middle-distance runner Emily Mepham by nearly three seconds. Looney’s time of 1 minute, 33.61 seconds broke the 1999 meet record of 1:33.94, held by Stoneham’s Maura McCusker, and put her well ahead of Mepham’s 1:36.43.

The Shamrocks star was nearly untouchable during the winter campaign in the 600, capturing her third consecutive Class C title and second state championship. The lone blemish was a second-place finish in the New England championships. Eryn Wheeler of Coventry, R.I., managed to stay close to Looney and went by her a mere 15 meters from the finish line for the victory, spoiling her chance to win a second New England title. Looney’s time of 1:34.10 still bettered her 1:34.49 that gave her New England bragging rights the previous year.

Looney regards the Coaches Elite victory as her most satisfying win to date after falling just short of McCusker’s mark as a junior. She went into the race with the usual butterflies, but confident she could get the job done.

“Over the past year I’ve become more confident because I’m a year older and more experienced,” Looney said. “I went in this year hoping to break it (the record). It’s kind of instinctive - I definitely run my own race.”

One key to Looney’s success is her durability. She rarely gets injured and, save for a slight bout of anemia during the cross country season, misses very little training time.

“That’s really been her only setback,” Bishop Feehan coach Paul Powell said. “She’s never missed a season.”

One aspect of her training that Looney attributes to her success is the time she spends in the weight room. Looney takes her strength work very seriously, something not lost on her teammates and coaches.

“What I like about Meg is that she’s always the last one out of the gym,” Powell said. “She always does that little bit extra. Meg’s the easiest person I’ve ever coached.”

Looney looks to be on target for a stellar spring season. In the Shamrocks’ opening meet at Notre Dame Academy in Hingham, she ran away with the 400 with a quick 58.57 in a race where she put two seconds between herself and the rest of the field over the final 100 meters. Just 25 minutes later, Looney cruised to a 2:25 victory in the 800 to complete what is a difficult double on the track.

“To run a 400 and come back 25 minutes later and run an 800 is one of the toughest doubles in track,” Powell said.

It’s the 800 in the state championships that Looney is eyeing this spring after a wild finish last year at Holyoke. Looney pulled Lincoln-Sudbury’s Molly Binder through a blazing sub-60-second opening 400 and ran even with Binder down the back straightaway. The pair was side by side rounding the last turn and down the final straightaway. It was Binder who edged ahead with 40 meters left for the 2:11.83 victory. Looney threw herself across the finish, two steps back, in 2:12.35 for her second runner-up finish in as many years.

“We were together the whole way and she got me on the straightaway,” the Harvard-bound Looney said.

At Harvard, Looney is looking toward the 800 and possibly moving up to the 1,500. Beyond the fact that it is arguably the best college in the country, attending the prestigious university made perfect sense to Looney.

“It’s the perfect location because I love Boston and I’m close enough to go home and see my family and friends,” she said.
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Katin pitches Triton past Newburyport

Sport:   Posted: April 14th, 2008 by Tom Nolette

Katin pitches Triton past Newburyport
By Dan Guttenplan
Sports editor

Triton's Joe Katin pitches vs Newburyport Saturday afternoon. Katin earned the complete-game victory over the rival Clippers, Triton's first since 2006. Jim Vaiknoras/Staff photo  

NEWBURYPORT — Triton picked up its first victory over Newburyport in two seasons Saturday — a 3-2 victory at Lower Field.

Triton's Sam Ferrara scored from third base on a passed ball in the top of the seventh. That run proved to be the difference. Joe Katin earned the complete-game victory for the Vikings in the opener, allowing six hits and one earned run.

Triton last beat the Clippers on May 24, 2006 when the Vikings posted a 7-6 victory in 14 innings. Newburyport came into the game with a 9-1 record against Triton in the last 10 meetings between the teams.

"No Newburyport team rolls over and gives a game away," said Triton's second-year coach Steve Padovani. "I knew they'd give us a great game. It's nice to earn my first victory over an always solid Newburyport team."

Newburyport's Tommy Morris matched Katin for seven innings, allowing six hits and two earned runs. The Clippers had a chance to tie the game in the seventh inning when Kyle LeBlanc had a one-out single to right field with Tyler Stotz on second base. Stotz got caught in a rundown between third and home, eventually becoming the second out.

"We haven't turned the corner yet," said Newburyport coach Bill Pettingell. "We're better than a 1-3 team. All three losses could've gone the other way. But we need to learn to make our own breaks. We're still searching for our identity."

Triton took a 1-0 lead in the second inning on an RBI single by Mike Cerbone. Newburyport responded and held a 2-1 lead in the sixth before Cam Kneeland led off the inning with a double. Katin played him with an RBI single.

"I know we'll be fine pitching-wise," Padovani said of his staff that includes Kneeland, Katin and Matt Emerzian. "We'll be OK defensively. My biggest concern is how well we'll swing the bats."

Triton provided just enough offense against a Newburyport team that has been held to two runs or less in three of its four games. LeBlanc will get the start at Pentucket on Tuesday (3:45 p.m.).

"Now that I'm getting a feel for this team, I've learned we're going to have to manufacture runs in a different way," Pettingell said. "I can't wait to play for a big inning like I've done in the past. We're going to bunt and move runners along. I'm fine with changing my style a little bit."

For pitchers, a longer road home

Sport:   Posted: April 14th, 2008 by Tom Nolette

For pitchers, a longer road home
Safety-inspired change puts softball mound at collegiate distance

By Brendan Hall
Globe Correspondent / April 13, 2008

Ashland High ace Nicole D'Argento, gearing up for Dover-Sherborn last week, has years of experience pitching from 43 feet.
Ashland High ace Nicole D'Argento, gearing up for Dover-Sherborn last week, has years of experience pitching from 43 feet. (Robert e. klein for the boston globe)

Her sophomore season on the mound for the Ashland High softball team was one for the ages: a 9-0 record, a 0.00 earned-run average, eight shutouts, capped with a perfect game. What does Nicole D'Argento do for an encore?
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With the aid of an important rule change, the junior right-hander could very well put together just as impressive a season, if not a better one, this spring.

Since last season, the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association voted to move the pitcher's mound 3 feet farther from the plate, from 40 to 43 - the standard for college softball. Massachusetts and Florida are the only two states in the nation with the 43-foot distance for high school players.

Safety was one of the primary reasons for the change, but the new distance will affect other aspects of the game. With more time to react, hitters will be able to get around better on fastballs. And with more balls in play, defense will become more important. But breaking pitches will also be more effective.

For a few pitchers in the area who play on elite teams during the off-season, the transition will be smooth. D'Argento has been throwing from 43 feet since she was 13, playing on the Polar Crush, a Worcester-based program that competes nationally.

This spring, she is using her change-up and curve more frequently and the results are impressive. On Monday, she opened the season with a one-hit shutout against Tri-Valley League opponent Westwood, fanning 11 batters and walking three.

"Speed is obviously the same," D'Argento said, and so at 43 feet the hitters have "a couple seconds to see the ball, but the ball breaks more, and differently."

Shrewsbury High pitcher Ali Ermilio began throwing from 43 feet as soon as the MIAA made its decision, practicing in yards and, over the winter, at the Bancroft School gymnasium in Worcester. Working out with her mother, Kathy, and her grandfather, former Team USA softball coach Ralph Raymond, she also placed an emphasis on her breaking pitch.

It's paid off. Ermilio, who also plays for the Polar Crush, is off to a smooth start this spring. She struck out five in the Colonials' win over Nashoba Regional on Monday.

"Hitters are definitely getting around . . . more, so you have to hit the spots a lot and spin the ball up," Ermilio said.

Playing on select teams out of season helps with the adjustment to the new throwing distance, but as first-year Natick coach Ginny Walsh pointed out, there are some pitfalls.

"The loophole is, it's not consistent from one league to another," said Walsh, who previously coached at Ashland High. "So that is a huge factor."

And for every experienced player like D'Argento, Ermilio, or Hudson senior ace Kaitlin Andrews, there are many who are not accustomed to the length.

Are there concerns? "Absolutely," said Ashland coach Steve O'Neill, who pointed to his pitcher for Wednesday's contest against Dover-Sherborn, Kylene Pease. The junior solidifies the rotation, but with only limited experience throwing from 43 feet, her pitch "isn't getting up with velocity like it has," said O'Neill.

The theory is that over the next few years, as players become more accustomed to the new length, the numbers will even out. But a number of area coaches predicted a significant drop-off after the top tier of programs.

"The have-nots are going to get worse," Shrewsbury High coach Phil Chevalier said. "The programs that don't have a pitcher throwing 55-60 at least, they're going to be the ones that suffer."

That may be more of a factor with smaller programs. On Monday, Assabet Valley Regional experienced the move's effect from both ends of the spectrum. In one inning, the Aztecs produced five runs without registering a hit, but committed seven errors in a 9-8 loss.

Unlike more prominent programs, the Marlborough-based vocational school doesn't have the luxury of a strong youth program as a feeder system. Aztecs coach Sean Coffey has to rely on whoever tries out; and often those players aren't on softball teams at other times of the year.

"We're creating players rather than getting ones that come into school all ready," Coffey said.

With the new rule in effect, Coffey said, there needs to be a greater emphasis on off-season strength conditioning - particularly the legs. He recommended such a program to his squad.

One problem: 90 percent of his Assabet team plays basketball in the winter, limiting their chances to perform the regimen. To make up for it, Coffey often had his pitchers throw from 45 to 46 feet in the preseason.

Coffey is also grooming two freshmen, Erin Moore and Nicole Soto, deploying them on the mound, in the infield, and sometimes in spot starts for the junior varsity squad. With this method, he is hoping to prepare the Aztecs for the future.

But the present is still a concern.

In the Zone: Falmouth's Nichole Eustis a good sport

Sport:   Posted: April 14th, 2008 by Tom Nolette

In the Zone: Falmouth's Nichole Eustis a good sport
By Rob Duca
April 11, 2008 6:00 AM

Nichole Eustis, a shortstop for the Falmouth softball team and a defenseman for the Clippers' girls ice hockey team, was honored by the Boston Bruins and the MIAA for sportsmanship.

FALMOUTH — Nichole Eustis didn't think she would win a sportsmanship award following her senior season playing defense for the Falmouth High girls hockey team.

"I figured I had too many penalties," said the petite Clippers captain.

That drew an immediate laugh from her coach, Steve Cross. "No, no, that's not true," he said. "That's typical Nichole thinking she did.

"Sportsmanship is done by actions, not words," said Cross. "When I think of that, I think of Nichole right away. She was the first to arrive at the rink, she's always helped the other team get located in the locker room, she'd tell the other coach where I would be, and after the game was over, she'd take a last look around to make sure the locker room was clean. Little things you can't replace."

So when it came time for Cross to nominate a player to represent the Southeastern Massachusetts Girls Hockey League-South as winner of the MIAA and Boston Bruins annual sportsmanship award, Eustis was at the top of his list. On March 27, she was also at TD Banknorth Garden, receiving a medal between periods of the Bruins' game against the Toronto Maple Leafs along with winners from leagues across the state.

Clearly, Eustis has made an impact on her teachers and coaches at Falmouth High. "She's a quiet kid who always seems to do the right thing," athletic director Kathleen Burke said. "She would be the sportsmanship winner on any team in any school she was a part of."

Eustis attended the Bruins game with her parents. She met former Bruin Bob Sweeney, now the director of development for the club's foundation, before taking a spot on the Bruins bench to be introduced to the crowd. But she almost missed the game when the tickets mistakenly wound up in Florida.

The tickets were initially mailed to Eustis' old address, which is her grandparents' house. They were then forwarded to her at their winter home. Eustis didn't learn this until the day before the game.

"But the Bruins were real nice about it. They left tickets at the (box office)," she said

Only 5-2 and with an ever-present smile, Eustis was a clean, yet tough player for the Clippers. "She was our policeman," Cross said.

As captain, she led with a gentle hand, guiding freshman players through the difficult adjustments of high school hockey and diplomatically correcting teammates when necessary. She has carried that philosophy into the spring as captain and starting shortstop on the softball team.

"She's a leader," Falmouth softball coach Louis Falcone said. "She's first on the field, and usually the last off the field. She's always helping out, asking if she can carry the equipment, if she can do this or do that. Just a real down-to-earth kid."

Falcone calls Eustis "sneaky quiet."

"She's not the type who will be loud, vocal and in your face," he said. "She'll pull teammates aside and say, 'This is what we need to do.' She's not going to call you out. She'll try and fix the problem, but not in a way that will call attention to herself."

Embarrassing a teammate would never fit Eustis' style. "I can be loud, but I would never say anything in front of the team, unless it involved the whole team," she said.

Eustis says the definition of sportsmanship is fairly simple. "You lose with dignity, and when you win, you don't rub it in the other team's face."

As a defenseman, Eustis logged plenty of ice time, taking shifts on power plays and in short-handed situations. She began playing softball in her sophomore season and came to the varsity as a first baseman. But she shifted to shortstop last year, which suits her just fine.

"I love being in the middle of everything," she said. "I love the action at shortstop. You're always on your toes."

Said Falcone, "She's worked hard to get to where she is. Shortstop is a tough position to learn."

Plymouth State will be Eustis' destination for college in September. A solid student, she will major in English and hopes to become a teacher. Her writing skills were evident last year when she published a story in USA Hockey magazine. She plans on continuing her hockey career with the Division III Panthers.

"Any institution that gets Nichole is going to benefit," Cross said. "She's going to make any school or team look good."

Staff writer Rob Duca can be reached at rduca@capecodonline.com.

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WIZ End of Season ALL State Comparisons (2008)

Sport: Basketball (boys)  Posted: April 14th, 2008 by Tom Nolette


WIZ End of Season ALL State Comparisons (2008)

After many weeks this year’s All-State selections are finally all done. The WIZ released his All-WIZ team back on 3/09/08, the Bangor Daily released theirs on 4/12/08 and the Portland Press released theirs on 4/13/08. Each year The WIZ likes to do a comparison between the three All-State selections.

This year The All-WIZ Team consisted of 5 teams and 25 Honor Mentions for a total of 50 players. The Bangor Daily All-State Team consisted of 3 teams and 26 Honor Mentions for a total of 41 players. The Portland Press All-State team consisted of their Top 10 players plus 20 Honor Mentions for a total of 30 players. The BDN and PPH Honor Mentions are listed in alphabetical order and The WIZ’s Honor Mentions are listed in no particular order.

In last year’s selection of the first team or top 5 players all three, The WIZ, BDN and the PPH had an identical list, but this year it is a little different. All three had Ryan Martin and Sam LeClerc on their 1st team. The ALL-WIZ and BDN also each had Mick DiStasio and The BDN and PPH each had Kyle Donovan on their list. The WIZ also had Thomas Knight and Jon McAllian. The BDN had Ryan Weston and the PPH had Keegan Hyland and Lee Suvlu on their list.

On the 2nd team all three had Derek.Libbey listed. The WIZ and the BDN each had Keegan Hyland listed. The BDN and PPH each had Jon McAllian, Thomas Knight and Kris Noonan listed. The WIZ also had Kyle Philbrook, Kyle Donovan and Ryan Weston

On the 3rd team The PPH does not have a 3rd team. The WIZ had Doug Alston, Lee Suvlu, James Morse, Sean Bergeron and Kris Noonan. The BDN had Adam Kingsbury, Andrew Pullen, Kyle Philbrook, Sam Bell and Jeff Winnie.

I think all three did an excellent job as all three have pretty much the same players listed just in different placements. If you look at the Top 10 all three had 8 of the same players listed and The WIZ and BDN each had 9 of the same players listed.

Biggest omissions or discrepancies:

Ryan Weston makes BDN’s 1st team, makes WIZ’s 2nd team, but does not make the PPH’s Top 10, but he is on their Honor Mention.
Lee Suvlu makes the PPH’s 1st team, makes WIZ’s 3rd team and he is not on the BDN’s top 3 teams, but he does make their Honor Mention.
Also I thought it was interesting that Indiana Faithfull makes WIZ’s 4th team but he is not even mentioned by the BDN or the PPH.
James Morse makes WIZ’s 3rd team, he is an Honor Mention by the BDN, but he is not mentioned by the PPH.
John Murphy makes WIZ’s 5th team, makes the PPH’s Honor Mention, but he is not mentioned by the BDN.
Finally Adam Kingsbury makes the BDN’s 3rd team and he makes WIZ’s 4th team and he is not mentioned by the PPH.

Here are the comparisons:

Player of the Year:


Sam LeClerc------------------******-------------Ryan Martin

Coach of the Year:


Phil Conley/Mike Adams----******---------------Bob Brown


1st Team-----------------------1st Team-----------Top 10

Sam LeClerc----------------Ryan Martin--------Ryan Martin
Ryan Martin----------------Sam LeClerc--------Sam LeClerc
Jon McAllian---------------Ryan Weston--------Kegan Hyland
Mick DiStaiso--------------Mick DiStasio--------Lee Suvlu
Thomas Knight-------------Kyle Donovan------Kyle Donovan


2nd Team----------------------2nd Team------------Top 10

Keegan Hyland------------Jon McAllian-----------Mick DiStasio
Kyle Philbrook------------Keegan Hyland---------Jon McAllian
Derek Libbey--------------Thomas Knight--------Thomas Knight
Kyle Donovan-------------Derek Libbey-----------Derek Libbey
Ryan Weston---------------Kris Noonan-----------Kris Noonan


3rd Team----------------------3rd Team----------------*****

Doug Alston---------------Adam Kingsbury-------------******
Lee Suvlu------------------Andrew Pullen---------------******
James Morse---------------Kyle Philbrook--------------******
Sean Bergeron-------------Sam Bell--------------------******
Kris Noonan----------------Jeff Winnie------------------******


4th Team--------------------******--------------------******

Jeff Winnie-----------------******---------------------******
Indiana Faithfull-----------******---------------------******
Andrew Pullen-------------******----------------------******
Gordon Fischer------------******----------------------******
Adam Kingsbury----------******----------------------******


5th Team--------------------******--------------------******

John Murphy---------------******----------------------******
Sam Bell--------------------******---------------------******
Ben Russell-----------------******---------------------******
Eric Prue--------------------******---------------------******


Honor Mention-----------Honor Mention--------------Honor Mention

Cal Shorey----------------Spencer Adams---------Spencer Adams
Marc Zaharachuk--------Doug Alston--------------Doug Alston
Antonio Juco-------------Will Bardaglio------------Will Bardaglio
Shaine Burks-------------Dominic Borelli-----------Ian Barwise
Dominic Borelli----------Alex Bowe-----------------Sam Bell
Eddie Bogdanovich------Paul Campbell------------Alex Bowe
Paul Campbell------------Reid Christian-----------Reid Christian
Jacob Moore--------------Collin Ciomei------------Andrew Dickey
Spence Adams------------Kyle Corrigan-----------Gordan Fischer
Ian Barwise---------------Lucas Denning----------Will Furbush
Ronald Abwoch----------Seth Dwyer---------------Jake Longstaff
Will Bardaglio------------Gordon Fischer----------Stefano Mancini
Jordan Leeman-----------Brad Haase---------------John Murphy
Stefano Mancini---------Trevor Higgins-------------Lucas O’Neil
Russ Mortland------------Orlando Holmes--------Kyle Philbrook
Kory Martin---------------Owen Jones---------------Andrew Pullen
John Klages---------------Trevor Miller--------------Kyle Sanborn
Alex Bowe----------------James Morse---------------Ryan Weston
Eric Thistle----------------Mike Poulin----------------Jeff Winnie
Jamie Sawyer-------------Ben Russell---------------Cameron York
Ethan Cushman----------Kyle Sanborn---------------******
Mike Poulin--------------Lee Suvlu--------------------******
Tom Ray-----------------Corey Therriault-------------******
Will Furbush-------------Rod Tirrell--------------------*****
Mike Lowell-------------Brady Vose------------------******
******-------------------Cameron York---------------******

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