“Townies” Sports Update

March 10, 2011
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The accolades just keep on coming as Malden Catholic sensational wingman Brendan Collier (6 goals, 3 assists in two games) was named MVP of the Springfield Cathedral Tournament.  In MC’s opening Super 8 hockey game, Brendan popped in two goals, including the game winner, in an exciting 4-3 victory over Central Catholic…Congratulations to Boston Latin junior winger Julia Caldwell who was selected to the Merrimac Valley Conference All Star team…Shawsheen High School superstar Joe Sodergren was named MVP of the Commonwealth League.  Only a junior, Joe has already surpassed 100 points for his hockey career and was among the leading scorers in the MIAA.  His team has also advanced to the Division III North quarterfinals…Senior sensation Ryan DeRosa, one of the leading scorers in the Boston City League, popped in two quick goals and was a one-man wrecking crew throughout the game as the Latin Academy Dragons (13-8-0) toppled Lynn 3-1.  Michael Clough and Patrick Sullivan also played important roles in helping their team advance to the Division III North quarterfinals…Senior co-captain John Humphrey continues his storybook season as New Hampton has advanced to the New England Prep School championship game…Conal Lynch, the only hockey player in the MIAA with more than 30 goals during the regular season, saw his Boston Latin team score four times in the fourth period to pull away from Triton by a score of 6-2.  His team, however, suffered a heartbreaking 1-0 defeat at the hands of Tewksbury in the Division II North quarterfinals…In Division I North boys hoop action, Charlestown (21-2) continued their remarkable season with a 64-47 pounding of Methuen…

  • Jmfinn

    Very nice to see an article that reflects the true version of who the people of Charlestown really were. During a time when the people of this town were looked down upon as thugs, etc., the reality was and is that the residents of Charlestown or of “The Town” produced several well educated and talented atheletes that went on to become professional NHL and NFL players. The fact of the matter is that the town as a majority was comprised of very decent people and the “thugs” were minimal at best. It is sad that a certain few make the rest look bad and that a great community is stereotyped and is made to look bad by a certain few.

  • putin this town in my rearview

    i think brendan and conal are both benders

  • Benders Anonymous

    conal has a rusty bucket and collier lacks serious swag