L to R: Lucas Bastarache, Nick Morgan, Gianna Fargnoli, Dr. Chen, Nick Greenwood, & Scott Carvalho
Wayland – Town Center Orthodontics held a Facebook promotion in which they agreed to donate $1 to the Wayland Hockey Association for every “like” they received on Facebook during the week long promotion. At the end of the promotion, Town Center Orthopedics had 250 likes and cut a check for $250 to the WHA.
1/28 Boys 8:30pm game vs. Algonquin has been postponed due to the snow. A make-up date has not been set as of yet.
The Wayland boys hockey game against Cambridge has been rescheduled to 4pm today, Monday 1/26, at Simoni Rink in Cambridge.
Senior co-captain Nick Morgan notched his 100th career point against Dracut this past Saturday and, with the 3pt effort (2 goals, 1 assist), he has 102 points for his career. The former Boston Globe and Boston Herald All-Scholastic was also recently notified that he was selected to play in the Shriner’s Senior All-Star game, which will feature the top seniors in the state.
From Wayland Town Crier
“Girls Hockey: New Coach Takes Over WarCats”
By Jared Keene
Crier sports writer
Posted Jan. 7, 2015 @ 11:08 pm
When Weston athletic director Mike McGrath found out about Wink van Ogtrop’s extensive hockey background, he emailed her right away. With van Ogtrop being the town’s youth girls lacrosse director, she was often in communication with McGrath. And even though van Ogtrop also has a deep lacrosse background, McGrath wanted her for hockey, as the head coaching position of the Wayland/Weston girls team had become available. Read More.
Please take a minute to support your Wayland hockey teams. Starting today, January 11th-18th, go to www.facebook.com/TownCenterOrthodontics and “like” the page and they’ll donate $1 per like. There is no maximum! So please tell your teammates, friends, parents, families and their friends and help spread the word to help keep Wayland’s hockey program going strong.
Thanks in advance for your support!
Wayland hockey hosted its 3rd annual Cochituate Cup Pond Hockey tournament yesterday on Dudley Pond – a tradition where Wayland hockey players pay tribute to their pond-playing predecessors with throwback jerseys sporting the same-styled “C” of the old semi-professional hockey team, the Cochituate Huskies. Wayland hockey would like to thank the following local businesses for each sponsoring one of the six teams: Steve Henley Memorial Fund, Mel’s Cafe, M.J. Henley Lawn Sprinklers, the Longfellow Club, M. Henley Snowplowing, and Inspired Blarney Freelance Writing.
Dudley Pond was a sheet of glass and the conditions could not have been better yesterday. Parents pitched in and had the grill going to keep everyone fed and there was a couch and two fire pits to keep players warm. Continue reading
ORLEANS, MA – The Wayland boys took home the hardware at the Judy Kostas Tournament, while skating up in the Division 2 bracket. In the first round, the Warriors bested Sandwich 4-1 in a rematch of last year’s Kostas Finals. Senior assistant captain Scott Carvalho had a natural hat-trick – 3 consecutive goals – in the effort.
The finals saw the Warriors take on North Attleboro. The game had a real playoff-feel to it and the Warriors prevailed preserving the 2-1 win on the heels of a 25 save effort by sophomore goaltender Andrew Ludwig. Spencer Henley scored the game-winner late in the second period.
Scott Carvalho was named tournament MVP.