For the past three seasons, founder and head instructor Rob Peters of RP Hockey, has administrated and participated in our weekly skills throughout the fall/winter hockey season, as well as a pre high school season conditioning camp for our older players. Both himself and the Seahawks organization have been able to gain a great relationship in that time.
This summer RP Hockey is holding its 3rd annual summer camp for players ranging in ages from mites-midgets. His summer camp will focus on the proper fundamentals of skating, stick handling, shooting, and passing, while also performing game situational drills to capture the most development possible for each player. To gain the best experience of coach to player ratio, each age group will only have a max of 30 skaters.
All information on dates, times, location, and cost are in the flyer below.
If after viewing the flyer your son(s) or daughter(s) are interested, coach Peters can be contacted at Rjpeters0805@gmail.com.
Squirt B2 Blue ended their regular season with wins over Falmouth and WHK bringing their regular season league play record to an impressive 15-3-0 and securing 1st place in the division.
Seahawks 5 Falmouth 3
In one of the final matchups of the season, Nate Bateman helped power his team to victory, scoring the hat trick and picking up an assist as the Seahawks picked up its 14th win by the score of 5-3 against the Falmouth Clippers.
Kevin McManus added 2 goals and an assist with an assist each for Charlie Carnes and Travis Fisher to round out the scoring.
Angelina Hutchison was solid in net and her defensive team of Dylan Tracy, Colby Bernier, Brendan Wilson & Jacob Hester were strong in front of her.
Seahawks 5 WHK 1
In the final game of the season against the WHK Hawks, Hutchison was lights out between the pipes only allowing only 1 goal as the Seahawks rolled to the 5-1 win.
The game was a tight match up until the third period when the Seahawks offense took control and never looked back. Nate Bateman led the scoring with a goal and 2 assists, with Kevin McManus adding a goal and 1 assist. Brendan Wilson, Archer Marsh, and Charlie Carnes rounded out the scoring with a goal each. Jacob Hester and Colby Bernier each picked up assists.
With the win over WHK the Seahawks secured 1st place in their South Shore Conference division and a first round matchup with Canton in the playoffs.
South Shore Conference 1st Round
Seahawks 4 Canton 1
After ending the season 15-3-0 the Squirt B2 Blue rolled into the playoffs and never let up on the gas, solidly beating Canton in the first round matchup, 4-1.
Seahawks dominated the game both on offense and defense. Hutchinson continued her stellar play in net with some incredible stops as the scoring once again came from multiple players. Archer Marsh led the scoring with 2 goals with Charlie Carnes adding a goal and an assist, and Caroline Gibbons lighting the lamp with one goal. Nate Bateman had 3 assists and Dylan Tracy had 1 assist.
Again, the defense on this team was a stone wall in front of their goalie and all around great play from Kevin McManus, Colby Bernier, Faith Ketchen, Jacob Hester, Stella Lent & Travis Fisher.
South Shore Conference 2nd Round
Seahawks 4 Plymouth 3 (OT win)
In a nail biter that had the Seahawks and the Plymouth Whalers both playing their best hockey of the season, the Seahawks battled back to win 4-3 in overtime after surrendering an early lead.
The Seahawks started off strong in the first, pulling ahead 2-0 with goals from Archer Marsh and Caroline Gibbons. Plymouth would score 2 goals within 30 seconds of each other to send the game into the third period tied 2-2. Plymouth would score in the 3rd taking a 3-2 lead before Gibbons tied the game with her 2nd goal of the game to send the game into overtime.
Gibbons would help send the Seahawks home victorious with a big faceoff win to start the period. Gibbons would combine with Jacob Hester to send Nate Bateman in on a breakaway to beat the Plymouth netminder with the game winner 15 seconds into overtime.
It was a 100% total team effort with on both ends of the ice with another solid performance between the pipes by Angelina Hutchinson.
Seahawks B2 Blue faces off versus the Tri County Saints in the Conference Championship on Saturday 4/3.
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Want to help direct and grow the Seahawks’ hockey programs for the kids from Hull, Norwell and Scituate.
The Seahawks Board of Directors are looking for the next generation of board members to help run the Seahawks.
South Shore Seahawks Board of Directors - Elections
Positions on the board include League Directors, Seahawks Website Director, Registrar, Equipment Manager, Public Relations/Social Media, Conference Rep and more.
Terms are two years and requires attending one meeting a month.
Interested, send an email to Ed Smith, President of the South Shore Seahawks at email@example.com
Our Conferences require that all rosters be approved by USA Hockey and, for insurance reasons, players without a current USA Hockey number cannot take the ice or be registered to a roster.
All USA Hockey numbers from last season expired on April 30 and every player and coach needs to re-register with USA Hockey and receive a new USA Hockey number.
New numbers that are good for the 2019-2020 season will have a zero as the fourth digit in the number. A new, valid USA Hockey number will look like 111011111JONESA. If your USA Hockey number does not have a zero as the 4th digit, it is not valid for the 2019-2020 season.
After you have re-registered with USA Hockey and received a new number, you need to log in to your Seahawks account and update it with the new number.
No player or coach can be added to a USA Hockey roster without a valid number and if even one player or coach has not submitted his or her updated number, the entire roster cannot be submitted for approval.
In order to facilitate a smooth process (and to avoid pesky reminder emails) we ask that you re-register with USA Hockey and update your Seahawks account with the new number as soon as possible.
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Four SeaHawks named Patriot League All-Stars for Girls Hockey 2018-19: AnnMarie Gildea Chloe Hohmann Emily Hohmann Casey Ward
Two (2) Norwell HS SeaHawks named 2018-19 Patriot League All-Stars: Chloe Hohmann Emily Hohmann
Peewee A defeats WHK, 3-2, in semi-finals! Championship Game Sunday 2:50 pm at Foxboro 🏒👊🏒
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