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Stoneham Peewees Win District 10 Title

A big shout out to the Stoneham Peewee squad for its 4-3 win over Reading in District 10 Championship. The victory earned the team a berth into the State Tournament. In that District 10 showdown, Stoneham was led by a big goal from James Gorman with 17 seconds remaining in regulation in what was a hard-fought game. Stoneham will now look forward to State Tournament which will held in Walpole on March 6-8.

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Waltham Squirts Pick Up District 9 Championships

The Waltham squirts are flying high! Two of the program's squirt teams captured District 9 Championships. The Waltham Squirt AA1 team knocked off Winchester in the Semi-Finals and then beat a tough Newton squad in the finals. Meanwhile, the Waltham Squirt A2 became the first team in District 9 history to win the Tier V and IV Championships in the same year.

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Tewksbury Jr. Redmen Capture District 10 Title

Congratulations to the Tewksbury Jr. Redmen Squirt AAA team that won the District 10 Championship. The Jr. Redmen advanced with an opening round win over Wilmington and then knocked off Greater Lowell in the semifinals. The Jr. Redmen defeated Cambridge to advance to the State Championships in March.

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Nearly 10% of 2015 Beanpot Tournament Players Are Former Valley Jr Warriors
It’s almost February… which means that it’s almost Beanpot Tournament time… so that means that it’s almost time to see some of the best former Valley Jr Warriors in action!

Indeed, the 63rd edition of the Beanpot Tournament will kick off on February 3rd (one day later than planned due to Monday's storm) at the TD Garden and the Valley Jr Warriors program will be well represented once again.

This annual tradition features four of the top Boston-area teams in what has become the ultimate battle for Boston’s hockey bragging rights.

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For the second year in a row, nearly 10 percent of the rostered players from Boston College, Boston University, Northeastern University and Harvard University have suited up for the Valley Jr Warriors’ program.

It is an astounding figure considering that three of the teams – #2 Boston University, #4 Harvard and #14 Boston College – are ranked in the top 20 nationally and all four received top-20 votes in the most recent USCHO poll.

All four programs feature the nation’s top talent and the Warriors players fit that bill.

In the first semifinal game which features Boston University and Harvard, Colin Blackwell and Devin Tringale of the Crimson will face off against the Terriors’ Nick Roberto. In the second semifinal game, Noah Hanifin, Ryan Fitzgerald and Brendan Silk will attempt to lead Boston College to a sixth straight title.

Standing in their way will be Northeastern and Husky standouts Brendan Collier, Gus Harms and Jake Schechter.
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If you were born in the last 20 years you are spoiled. You have lived through four Super Bowl wins, three World Series Championships, one Stanley Cup and an NBA Title. You have watched two of the greatest clutch performers of all time in David Ortiz and Tom Brady, who just tucked his third Super Bowl MVP into his backpack. Read More

Tylor Roycroft, Wakefield 2

Joe Michaud & Keith Vreeland, Belmont AA

Bryson Vater, Seacoast A

Brendan Hannabury, Reading AA

Silveira, Wilmington