Townie Sports

Charlestown Youth Hockey Roundup

•Districts coming. The District Tournament games are coming next week, with several teams playing at home in the Emmons Horrigan O’Neil Rink.

•Bantam AA – Liam Flaherty wore the hat, Luciano Cincoti and Mike McLaughlin both scored twice and Quinn Rockhill had 1-1-2 in Charlestown’s 9-2 win over the Railers at home on Dec. 28. The Bantams have gone 2-1 since then, beating Wilmington and Dorchester, but losing 6-0 to Hyde Park in an away game.

•PeeWee AAA – Kellan Laramie with a hat trick and an assist and Will Sullivan 1-1-2 in the loss; Tommy Arria scored the winner in Charlestown’s 3-1 victory over Belmont.

•PeeWee A – Lucas Wheeler capped a hat trick with two goals and Coulson Roy had 1-1-2 in a third-period rally that gave Charlestown a 4-3 decision over Lexington/Bedford on Dec. 28. Hurley scored all four goals and Forish pitched a shutout in Charlestown’s 4-0 win over Natick. The team is 4-0-1 since Dec. 22, beating Belmont, Masco, and Parkway as well. They tied Dorchester on Jan. 11.

•Squirt AAA – Tommy Arria scored the winner in Charlestown’s 3-1 victory over Belmont. The team has hit a bit of a skid since then, losing three and tying one. They will face Lexington/Bedford on Monday, Jan. 20.

•Squirt A1 – The Squirt A1 team has done well in the New Year, going 1-0-1, with a tie of Winchester at home on Jan. 12, 2-2-. The face Waltham on Sunday, Jan. 19. They are 10-4-2 in league play and in third place.

•Squirt A2 – The A2’s are on fire this season, sitting at 12-3-1. The team dropped a game to S&S on Jan. 12, 2-8, but won two straight before than against North Andover and Winchester. The team is in second place in their division, just behind Masco.

•MITES – The Mite 1 team is on a two-game winning streak and look to play Framingham on Jan. 19 – a team sitting in first place. They have good wins over Newton and Watertown in the new year…The Mite 2 team has gone 2-1 in the last three games, beating Arlington and Medfield, but losing to Newton. They will play Waltham on Jan. 18…The Mite 3 team has back to back wins against two different Dorchester teams in the last two weeks. They play Southie on Jan. 19…The Mite 4 team lost narrowly to Dorchester and Cambridge over the last two weeks, but have a chance to rebound against Medfield on Sunday.

•GIRLS U12B- The little 12s had a fantastic finish against the Stoneham Spartans in Middleton on Saturday, winning 4-3 – with the go-ahead goal by Ryleigh Jones and a great job in net by Brianna Doe. They go back up to Middleton at the crack of dawn on Jan. 18 to face the first-place Masco team.

•GIRLS U12 – The girls U12 team beat a good Andover team 4-0 on Jan. 4, then tied the Winchester Lady Sachems, 3-3, on Jan. 11. Against Andover, there were four different goal scorers and Rory McConnell led a strong defensive effort. They remain in first place in their division, but have Natick breathing down their necks. They play Nashoba in Boxboro on Jan. 18.

•GIRLS U14 – The U14s beat the Northeast Pioneers 4-1 on Jan. 11 for their second straight win, though they had two cancellations in late December and early January. The team sits at 14-1 overall, and 3-1-1 in their league, which at this point is good for third place. Look for them to move up in the standings quickly. They play Belmont on Sunday at Belmont High.

Charlestown Little League Winter Work

Winter Clinics: Tuesdays 6-8pm at Harvard-Kent School gym, Jan 7- Mar 17. 6-7pm for tee ball and Rookie Ball/Coach Pitch; 7-8pm for AAA and Majors.  There will be no clinics when Boston Public Schools are closed for vacation, holidays, or snow days.

Mar 24 and Mar 31 will be mandatory player evaluations for all (current and new) AAA  players (6-7pm) and Majors players (7-8pm).

Tee ball: ages 4-7 yrs. (for those just starting baseball and cannot hit a pitched ball)

Rookie Ball/Coach Pitch: ages 5-7 yrs. (must be able to hit a pitched ball)

AAA: first level of player pitch: 2nd and 3rd graders 

Majors: 4th, 5th and 6th graders.

Player registration and volunteer sign-ups will be available on line soon- stay tuned!

Winter Softball Clinics

The Charlestown Girls Softball team winter clinics will take place for girls ages 4-18 (as of Jan. 1) from 6-8 p.m. Clinics started on Monday and will continue each Monday through March 30, with the next one being on Jan. 27. Spring registrations will also begin for instructional through 14U.

Contact Jack Schievink at (617) 201-4507 or Bill Nugent at (617) 447-3106.


HOCKEY: Northeastern (15-3-1) sophomore wing Micaela Sindoris tallied an assist in the Lady Huskies hard-fought 4-3 OT loss to #1-ranked Wisconsin…Belmont Hill (8-4-0) junior defenseman Will Killoran notched an assist in a 5-3 win over St. Sebastian…Boston Latin (7-1-1) junior wing Colm Vraibel (goal, assist) and junior defenseman Noel Gallagher (assist) helped the Wolfpack to a 7-2 trouncing of Concord-Carlisle…UMass-Dartmouth (4-8-2) senior defenseman Patrick Wrenn dished out an assist and rifled 2 shots on net in the Corsairs 6-1 pounding of Framingham State…Amherst (2-9-1) sophomore wing Sean Wrenn blasted 3 shots on net in the Mammoths 5-0 defeat at the hands of Bowdoin.

Townie Roots

HOCKEY: Stonehill (4-7-2) sophomore wing Charles Page scored a goal and blasted 3 shots on net in a 3-0 triumph over Johnson & Wales. Charles added 3 assists and 3 shots on net in the Skyhawks 6-2 waxing of Post…Groton (7-4-0) junior wing Ronan Doherty notched a goal and an assist in a 6-3 win over Roxbury Latin…Stonehill (4-7-2) freshman goalie John Day made a remarkable debut stopping 31 shots in leading the Skyhawks to a 2-2 deadlock with Westfield State…UMass-Lowell (12-5-4) junior wing Connor Sodergren tallied an assist in the River Hawks 3-2 setback to RIT.

BASKETBALL: Southern NH (9-6) freshwoman guard Adriana Timberlake contributed 9 points and 3 steals in a Lady Penman 68-51 setback to Stonehill. Adriana added 11 points and 3 rebounds in the Lady Penman 92-90 OT loss to Adelphi…Towson (9-9) redshirt freshman Nicolas Timberlake tossed in 14 points and added 5 rebounds in an 84-68 triumph over Delaware.

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