Verderbers form a winning duo behind bench for Walpole girls’ hockey
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“It seems to work very well for us,” Ted said.
Archbishop Williams finds winning ’tude
Derackk Curtis doesn’t know exactly when, and he doesn’t know exactly how, but sometime this season, his Archbishop Williams boys’ hockey team learned a valuable lesson.
The Bishops learned how to compete.
That burning desire was on full display Saturday, when the 8-2-3 squad netted its biggest win of the season by crushing Arlington Catholic, 7-2.
Junior forwards Michael Sorenti (3 goals) and Mike Jessman (2 goals, 2 assists) led the way in what was a dramatic turnaround from the teams’ first meeting, a 1-1 tie, just two weeks prior.
It’s a relatively young group of Bishops, with nine juniors carrying most of the load, but it’s also a group that feeds off of being the underdog.
“We are not chock-full of talent,” Curtis said. “I have some good talent in there, but my kids work hard. That’s the key — that they believe in themselves and they work hard.”