Round up the usual suspects for our latest Patriot Ledger/Enterprise boys high school hockey Top 10 list.
Heavyweights tie 1-1
“It’s an unreal experience,” says senior captain Chase McKenna after the game. “I’m speechless. I mean, there’s really no words that can describe it. Going on that ice, it’s pretty big. Seeing all those people, it’s something special and I’m super happy I got this experience.”
Hingham held off Arlington, 2-1, in a battle of public heavyweights Sunday at Bentley University.
WALTHAM – Through the first 21 minutes of an otherwise dominant performance Sunday afternoon, the Hingham boys’ hockey team added to its handful of scoring struggles this season when it couldn’t pot one early against Arlington in a battle of Div. 1 elites at Bentley College.
Hingham delivered a dominant effort throughout, but a pair of goals in a 44-second span in the second period was the difference in a nonleague boys’ hockey showcase against Arlington Sunday afternoon.
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Teams raised more than $32k to fight cancer.
Chase McKenna scored from the point with 38 seconds to play in the first period, kicking off the scoring in a 6-0 nonleague win for the third-ranked Hingham boys’ hockey team over Weymouth on Saturday at Pilgrim Arena. READ FULL ARTICLE...