Resor has sent over 35 players to play college hockey and has coached for USA Hockey, Assabet Valley, and the Cape Cod Whalers.
“I’m a lucky person to coach such great kids and talent. I’ve been blessed,” he said.
Games of the week
No. 13 Acton-Boxboro at No. 17 Lincoln-Sudbury, Wed., 3:15 p.m. — Despite momentum-building wins over Westford and Reading, the Colonials hit a road block with Billerica, a common foe that also conquered Lincoln-Sudbury. Cali Loblundo, who has been solid in net (1.56 GAA), is paired up against Sarah Provost, who posts a 1.00 GAA.
No. 11 Lexington at No. 1 Woburn, Wed., 6 p.m. – The Tanners remain undefeated in Middlesex Liberty League play, handing Lexington a 5-2 league loss at The Edge Sports Center on Dec. 22. The unbeaten Tanners are the favorite in this matchup with Kayla Smith and Ashley Moran heading the offense, collecting 37 of the team’s 55 goals. Courtney Davis has been sensational between the pipes with three consecutive shutouts and a 0.92 goals against average.
Walpole at No. 7 Wellesley, Wed., 6:40 p.m. – The unbeaten Raiders will make an appearance in the tournament but still have work to do in Bay State Herget with four consecutive league matchups. The two squads tied earlier this season, 3-3, on Dec. 22 adding intensity to this meeting.
No. 4 Duxbury at No. 2 Falmouth, Wed., 6:50 p.m. – Falmouth stripped Duxbury of its 34-game win streak with a 1-0 win Jan. 5. Green Dragons coach Friend Weiler acknowledged the matchup between the pipes with young goaltenders Madison Scavotto and Rachel Myette each posting under a 1.00 GAA. This will be the Green Dragons’ biggest test if they want to repeat at the Garden.
No. 3 St. Mary’s at No. 5 Hingham, Wed., 7 p.m. – Despite an upset by Hingham on Dec. 22, 4-2, the Spartans have rallied since, taking their last eight matchups, even collecting three consecutive shutouts. The Spartans will have to keep pressure on Jane Freda, who scored all four goals for Hingham and currently leads the team with 17 goals and 11 assists.