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November Newsletter

Enjoy this jam packed edition of the Seahawks Newsletter!!



Happy Thanksgiving!!

by posted 11/26/2015
Midget A Champions

A BIG twenty-one gun salute goes out to the SeaHawks Midget A Team who
just won the SSC Championship game on Sunday, November 22, at Asiaf Rink
in Brockton with an impressive 6-2 win over the vaunted
Bridgewater-Raynham Brewins.

These teenagers, collectively, represent the SeaHawks organization with class
and a high level of skill. Their combined SeaHawks experience extends well
past 100 years. “I’ve been coaching these kids since they were part of our
instructional hockey program,” said Head Coach Paul Dole. Hence, many of
the Midget players have been playing SeaHawks hockey since 2003 and 2004.
The Midget As cruised thru the regular season with a 10-2 record; the two
losses came via forfeit due to unforeseeable roster issues. The group of
players have bonded over the years. “They are a great bunch of kids,” said
Dole. “They have good attitudes, like each other, and want to win for their

When asked how the team maintained such a high level of success, Dole said,
“They are balanced. We had three solid lines with seventeen kids on the
roster. Everyone played, and everyone hustled.”
The next stop for these kids? It’s high school hockey season for the SeaHawks

by posted 11/26/2015
SheHawks night at Harvard

Thanks to Coach O'Donoghue (Harvard Hockey '78) for organizing a fun night at the Harvard/Northeastern women's game. 

by posted 11/24/2015
Food Drive Update!!

The South Shore Seahawks Youth Hockey organization recently completed a successful food drive to benefit the Food Pantries in the communities of Hull, Norwell, and Scituate.  The Seahawks are thankful to those members who participated in the Food Drive, most notably the team volunteers who collected the donations.

by posted 11/24/2015
Seahawk U12A girls compete in mini one-on-one

Seahawk U12A girls competed in mini one-on-one Sunday Nov 22 at TD Garden.  They qualified by beating Pembroke and Hingham earlier this fall.  It was a race to the Garden Sunday am from a tournament in Woodstock VT but it was all worth it even though losing in first round to Manchester 1-0.  The girls played great with Emily Hohmann hitting the post early in the game with the puck almost rolling in.  Competing girls were Maddi Richman, Makena Monahan, Emily Hohmann and Ava O'donaghue in net.

by posted 11/23/2015
3rd, 4th, and 5th kids are 50% off!
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