Left: Mark Shepard (119pts) Right: Nick Morgan (131pts)
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Nick Morgan (All-Conference)
Lisa Spagnolo (Honorable Mention)
Senior co-captain Nick Morgan was selected to play in the prestigious Senior Shriner’s All-Star game at the DCU Center in Worcester on Saturday March 21st at 4pm. The game will be comprised of the 46 best senior hockey players in the state as voted on by a panel of high school hockey coaches.
Nick will play for the North squad. You can vote him into the starting lineup by texting 74499* MORGAN. Let’s vote Wayland’s all-time leading scorer into the starting lineup!
The Wayland Hockey Association would like to thank one of the most decorated senior classes in Wayland High history. With two north sectional championships and a DCL title on their resume, they will go down as one of the winningest classes in the program’s rich history. Additionally, their leadership, skill, sportsmanship, and commitment and dedication to the team will be sorely missed. Thank you Jackson, Spencer, Jason, Scotty, Travis, Lucas, Nick G., and Nick M. for helping to create something special here!
It was not meant to be this year as the Warriors bowed out of the state tournament with a tough 4-1 loss to a very good Watertown team. Despite getting 31 shots on net, the Warriors could not solve All-scholastic goaltender Anthony Busconi. It was a close 2-1 game until late in the 3rd period when Watertown scored its 3rd goal. They added an empty-netter and will move on to face Bedford who defeated Weston in double overtime.
Location: Chelmsford Forum, Billerica
The Wayland boys won a wild one vs. 3-seeded Lowell Catholic. The game was tied at 3 in the 3rd, but a major boarding penalty by the Crusaders put the Warriors on a 4 minute power play with 5 minutes remaining. Senior co-captain Lucas Bastarache scored two clutch goals on the extended power play to put the game out of reach and the Warriors defeated the favored Crusaders by a score of 5-3. Sophomore goaltender Andrew Ludwig was excellent in the win, making 29 saves including a jaw-dropping toe-save on a 2 on 0 break. The Warriors will take on Watertown in the D3 North semi-finals.
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