FRAMINGHAM – The Framingham middle school hockey team finished the season, never losing a game, and winning the league championship in double overtime.
The Framingham hockey team defeated Hopkinton in the finals 4-3 in double overtime, at the New England Sports Center in Marlborough.
The team’s final record was 21-0-2 record.
The hockey team was undefeated in the league, and went 3-0-2 in non-league games with wins over Arlington, Winchester, and Watertown, said head coach Brendan Manzella.
The team is comprised of 10 eighth graders, 8 seventh graders, and 1 six grader. The team is coached by Manzella and assistant coach Jeff Tardiff.
Team members are:
Goalies: Ryder Shea and Troy Huber.
Defensemen: Dom Connerney, Jason Blanchard, John Yerardi, Robbie White, Will Garretson, and Justin Nichols,
Forwards: Anthony Dempsey, Brendan Peck, Davin Nichols, Jeremy Auren, Luciano Lewandowski, Mike St. Cyr, Noah Albright, Ryan Shimelman, Shea Callahan, Steven Boulas, and Tyler Hamilton,
Photo submitted to SOURCE
Back Row (L to R): Coach Brendan Manzella, Davin Nichols, Ryan Shimelman, Mike St. Cyr, Anthony Dempsey, Jason Blanchard, John Yerardi
Front Row (L to R): Will Garretson, Justin Nichols, Ryder Shea, Shea Callahan, Brendan Peck
Missing from photo: Dom Connerney, Robbie White, Jeremy Auren, Luciano Lewandowski, Noah Albright, Steve Boulas, Coach Jeff Tardiff