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Nothing is Guaranteed: 1-on-1 with St. John’s Shrewsbury Senior Forward Jake Mrva

Posted on March 16, 2021

As part of this new season of MIAA hockey, the pandemic has led to a very different reality for most high school athletes, especially the seniors. Obviously the rules and regulations are new, but for the 2021 senior class this is their last ride of high school competition. Some may not have another chance to…

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We, Not Me: 1-on-1 with Hingham on Senior Captain Paul Forbes

Posted on March 1, 2021

As part of this new season of MIAA hockey, the pandemic has led to a very different reality for most high school athletes, especially the seniors. Obviously the rules and regulations are new, but for the 2021 senior class this is their last ride of high school competition. Some may not have another chance to…

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Four Years Doesn’t Seem Like Enough: 1-on-1 with Newburyport Senior Defenseman Owen Spence

Posted on February 23, 2021

As part of this new season of MIAA hockey, the pandemic has led to a very different reality for most high school athletes, especially the seniors. Obviously the rules and regulations are new, but for the 2021 senior class this is their last ride of high school competition. Some may not have another chance to…

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Anything Is Possible as Long as You Work for It: 1-on-1 With Triton Senior James Tatro

Posted on February 16, 2021

As part of this new season of MIAA hockey, the pandemic has led to a very different reality for most high school athletes, especially the seniors. Obviously the rules and regulations are new, but for the 2021 senior class this is their last ride of high school competition. Some may not have another chance to…

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A Tremendous Four Years: 1-on-1 with Pope Francis Senior Brandon Spaulding

Posted on February 9, 2021

As part of this new season of MIAA hockey, the pandemic has led to a very different reality for most high school athletes, especially the seniors. Obviously the rules and regulations are new, but for the 2021 senior class this is their last ride of high school competition. Some may not have another chance to…

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Our Little Town Truly Means a Lot: 1-on-1 with Marblehead Senior Captain Will Shull

Posted on February 1, 2021

As part of this new season of MIAA hockey, the pandemic has led to a very different reality for most high school athletes, especially the seniors. Obviously the rules and regulations are new, but for the 2021 senior class this is their last ride of high school competition. Some may not have another chance to…

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Proving People Wrong: 1-on-1 with Shrewsbury Senior Matt Nuzzolilo

Posted on January 26, 2021

As part of this new season of MIAA hockey, the pandemic has led to a very different reality for most high school athletes, especially the seniors. Obviously the rules and regulations are new, but for the 2021 senior class this is their last ride of high school competition. Some may not have another chance to…

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Representing An Amazing City: 1-on-1 with Melrose Captain Brendan Fennell

Posted on January 8, 2021

As part of this new season of MIAA hockey, the pandemic has led to a very different reality for most high school athletes, especially the seniors. Obviously the rules and regulations are new, but for the 2021 senior class this is their last ride of high school competition. Some may not have another chance to…

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Celebrating the Class of 2020: Hopkinton Forward Sean Walsh

Posted on June 17, 2020

With graduation season upon us for high schoolers, there is no better time to celebrate the Class of 2020. The circumstances this year are tough due to the COVID-19 pandemic: many of these young men and women lost the opportunity to finish out their last school year, go to the senior prom, walk at graduation…

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Celebrating the Class of 2020: Wachusett Forward Kevin Skagerlind

Posted on June 15, 2020

With graduation season upon us for high schoolers, there is no better time to celebrate the Class of 2020. The circumstances this year are tough due to the COVID-19 pandemic: many of these young men and women lost the opportunity to finish out their last school year, go to the senior prom, walk at graduation…

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