FRAMINGHAM – Last season, the Keefe Tech boys basketball finished the season at 8-9, and qualified for post-season for the first time in a decade, said Head Coach Kevin Bresciani.
There are 13 hoopsters on the Broncos varsity team. They will be lead by senior captains Ashley Coteau and Patrick Chapin.
Coteau is the point guard for the Broncos.
“He was our team leader in points per game last season averaging 13 points per game,” said Coach Bresciani. “He was selected as a Colonial Athletic League (CAL) first team all-star last season. He is a very quick and athletic point guard, who can do a little bit of everything on the court.”
Coteau “He “has the ability to get a lot of steals, rebounds, and can score a lot of points from all over the court,” said the head coach.
Chapin, who is 6-feet, 6-inches tall is the center for the Bronocs.
“He is a well rounded athlete, as he was QB and captain for the football team, is captain for basketball, and also plays baseball for Keefe Tech and Framingham Legion,” said Coach Bresciani.
“Next year, Patrick will be going to Anna Maria to play baseball as a pitcher,” said Coach Bresciani. “Pat should help our team a lot this season with scoring a lot of points in the paint and getting a lot of rebounds/blocks this season”
In total, there are five seniors on the team.
The season opener is at home on Tuesday December 13 against Norfolk Aggie at 5:30 p.m.