U10 – Girls
Seahawks U10 Girls fall in tough loss to Plymouth
The South Shore Conference leading Seahawks U10 Girls saw their 5 game unbeaten streak come to an end with a tough loss to Plymouth on Saturday 4-3.
Lyla Gates continued to find the back of the net with two goals with Emily Fleming adding the other score for the Seahawks. Madelyn Greene and Finley Holland both picked up assists in the game. Corina Pelton played stellar defense in front of goaltender Faith Ketchen who was solid in net.
The 4-2-1 Seahawks look to rebound next Saturday afternoon vs Quincy.
Squirt B White
Hartwell scores hat tricks, Gates earns shut out in Squirt B White wins over Marshfield and Falmouth
The Seahawks Squirt B White had a successful weekend at the Cape, rolling to a 8-1 win over Marshfield, Saturday at Gallo Arena, and skating to the first shut out of the season for Lila Gates, with a solid win over Falmouth, 8-0 in Falmouth.
Brendan Hartwell would score the first of his two hat tricks of the weekend versus Marshfield with Kevin Shyne adding two goals and Gus Lagsdin, James Viola, Patrick Glynn and Charlie Shinney rounding out the score sheet with a goal each.
Lila Gates would only allow one goal for the night with solid defensive help from William Cappelle and Cal Stonehouse.
Hartwell would once again lead the scoring for the Seahawks on Sunday versus Falmouth with his second hat trick of the weekend, with Shinney (2), Shyne(2) and Viola adding goals to their weekend totals.
With her team supplying the firepower on the other end, Gates continued her stellar play between the pipes, stonewalling the Falmouth skaters on all attempts.
The Seahawks B-White team return to the ice next Sunday morning versus Milton at Milton Ulin Rink
Squirt B2 White
Seahawks Squirt B2 White tie WHK, crush Milton Blue in weekend matchups.
The Seahawks Squirt B2 White Team had to settle for a 4-4 tie on Saturday versus WHK before finishing the weekend with a resounding pummeling of the Milton Blue Squirts, 15-1 on Sunday.
Saturday’s match up saw the Seahawks come back from a 3-1 deficit to take the lead 4-3 late in the third. The lead would hold until the final minute of the game when WHK pulled their goaltender for the extra attacker to tie the game with only 6 second left to play.
Nick Puopolo had a pair of goals, with Jackson Evans adding a goal and Tommy Flynn picking up a goal and 2 assists in the tie.
In Sunday’s matchup, Milton Blue would take the early lead midway through the 1st before the Seahawks unleashed a barrage of goals including a 9 goal second period to crush their opponents, 15-1.
Multiple Seahawks had big days contributing to the onslaught; Tyler Morse (4 goals, 3 assists), Tommy Flynn (4 Goals, 1 assist), Jackson Evans (3 goals, 3 assists), Emily Fleming (2 goals, 2 assists), Lola Hatcher (1 goal), Jacob Hatcher (1 goal), Brendon Wilson (2 assists).
The Squirt B2 White team will return to the ice next Sunday morning versus the Milton Black Squirts at the Zapustas Arena in Randolph.
The Seahawks Squirt A team stormed back against Milton, scoring three unanswered goals to win 5-4 on Saturday morning at Rockland Arena in South Shore Conference action. Mason DelGallo with a pair of goals and a big penalty shot stop by goalie, Austin Gaylord helped to overcome a two-goal deficit in the win.
The Seahawks and Milton exchanged goals in the first, Cash Babineau opening up the scoring early for the Seahawks. The Seahawks took the 2-1 lead with a goal by Jaxon Hoey before Milton came back scoring two unanswered goals. Milton was denied adding to their lead in the 1st when Gaylord slammed the door on a Milton penalty shot, keeping the game close at 3-2 going into the second.
Milton would add another goal in the second before DelGallo would start the comeback with a late goal assisted by Thomas Mochen and another goal to tie the game, 3-3 in the third, the helper from Brian Flynn. Thomas Mochen would combine with an assist from Declan Burke to finish the comeback with a laser wrist shot to take the lead 5-4 and the win.
The Seahawks return to action next Sunday afternoon versus Braintree at Bavis Arena.
The Seahawks U10 Girls refused to give up in a back and forth battle with Pembroke, tying the game 4-4 in the last minute at Rockland Arena on Saturday.
Behind the strong defensive play of Madelyn Greene, Corina Pelton, Faith Ketchen, and Kaelyn Modder, the Seahawks kept the game close before Lyla Gates on as the extra attacker for goalie Kaitlin Burke, scored the game tying goal. Emily Fleming and Caroline Gibbons scored early in the game as the Seahawks extended their unbeaten streak to 5 games.
The U10 Girls will look to keep the streak alive next Saturday afternoon at 2pm versus Plymouth at Plymouth Armstrong Arena.
Strong defensive play by Cameron Roy and goals by Tommy Flynn and Lola Hatcher proved to be not enough as the Seahawks Squirt B2 White team suffered a 6-2 defeat to Weymouth at Hobomock Arena in Pembroke on Saturday. The Seahawks hope to get back to their winning ways with games against WHK and Milton next weekend.
The Seahawks Girls U10 stuck to their winning ways over the weekend, notching two more impressive victories over Milton and KP Walpole, 8-1 and 7-3.
Abigail Fleming continued her strong play in net, as her team continued to find the back of the net on the other end. Goals from Caroline Gibbons (4), Kaelyn Modder (3), Ella Montgomery paved the way to the win over Milton on Saturday with assists from Emily Fleming (5), Ella Montgomery, Kaelyn Modder, Faith Ketchen, and Caroline Gibbons.
The Seahawks capped off their weekend with their second win in as many weeks over KP Walpole. Lyla Gates scored the double hat trick plus 1 with all 7 goals, assists going to Caroline Gibbons, and Kaelyn Modder as the Seahawks rolled to the win on Sunday afternoon.
The Seahawks will look to make it five wins in a row next week as they take on the Titans of Pembroke at 5pm, on Saturday, October 5th at the Rockland Ice Arena.
Seahawks Squirt A dropped their season opener 3-1 against Hingham this weekend at Hobomock Arena in Pembroke.
Mason DelGallo started off the Seahawks with a tally seconds into the first period to put his team up 1-0. A strong performance by Austin Gaylord in net unfortunately could not seal the victory as Hingham would come back to score three unanswered goals, giving them the win over the Seahawks.
The Squirt A’s return to the ice next Saturday morning at 8:30AM to take on Milton at the Rockland Rink.
The South Shore Seahawks Girls U10 team won big over the weekend with two dominating wins against Hingham and KP Walpole with scores of 12-4 and 10-2.
Lyla Gates, Caroline Gibbons, and Emily Fleming each scored hat tricks, with Faith Ketchen, Corina Pelton, and Madelyn Greene each adding a goal to the team efforts. Every team member picked up assists including Ella Montgomery, Finley Holland, and Kaelyn Modder. Goaltender Abigail Fleming was fierce between the pipes, earning her first two wins of the season.
The first sessions of Sunday Skills with Rob Peters begin this Sunday, September 22nd at Pilgrim Arena, Rink A.
4:20-5:35pm: Mites, Squirt B2, Squirt B, Girls U10
5:45-7:00pm: Squirt A, Peewees, Bantams, Girls U12, Girls U14.
With the 2019 hockey season fast approaching we at the South Shore Seahawks would like to announce Coach Rob Peters as our new skills director. Coach Peters is the owner and lead instructor of a private hockey skill development company on the south shore of Massachusetts called RP Hockey. RP Hockey has recently been responsible for building SSS player’s skill development by providing players the opportunity to attend off season workouts and summer camps last spring and summer.
Coach Peters will be responsible for managing, operating, facilitating, and instructing the Sunday skill development night for Mites, Squirts, Peewees and Bantams this fall and winter at Hingham Pilgrim rink.
RP Hockey will also be offering additional Bantam and Midget skills so be on the lookout for those offering and registrations.
Coach Peters and RP Hockey is not only providing an on-ice service, it will also be responsible for the following:
Coach Peters’ skill level is evident on ice, but it’s his passion and communication for skill development that make him flourish as an instructor. He takes pride specializing in edge work, transitional skating with and without the puck, passing, shooting, stick handling, and game situational drills performed at a high rate of speed and intensity.
Coach Peters also understands players have varying skill level and concentrates on attention to detail, so each player is challenged to meet realistic expectations. The program provides necessary tools for players to become better hockey players on ice, and better people off ice.
RP Hockey’s four fundamental components include: Discipline, Honesty, Respect, and Hard work.
MITE LEAGUE - First ADM Practice will be 6:10pm on Tuesday, September 17th at Hobomock Arena, Pembroke, MA
MITE Development (In-House) - First practice will be 5pm on Tuesday, September 10th, at Hobomock Arena, Pembroke, MA
Learn to Play- First Practice at 9:40am, September 14th in Rink A at Pilgrim Arena, Hingham, MA
Learn to Skate will begin Saturday, September 21st at Pilgrim Arena, Rink A, at 8:30am.
Interested skaters/Parents can still register for MITE Development, Learn to Play, or Learn to Skate programs? Register Now
Want to volunteer for MITE Development, Learn to Play, or Learn to Skate programs, email Athletic Director, Joe Campanale, at firstname.lastname@example.org
South Shore Conference:
Randolph High School 70 Memorial Pkwy, Randolph, MA 02368
Thursday 9/5 at 7:30 PM
Metro South Hockey League (Formerly Yankee)
Courtyard Marriott 200 Technology Center Dr, Stoughton, MA 02072
Thursday, 9/5 at 7:30 PM
At least one coach from each team is required to attend the relevant conference meeting for that team.
If you are unsure which conference your team is competing in, please contact your Level Director for clarification.
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Learn to Skate
The Learn to Skate program is open to all children three years old or older who are interested in learning the fundamentals of skating
Learn to Play Hockey
Learn to Play Hockey is open to children four years and older who have learned to skate and want to learn the fundamentals of hockey.
Mite In House Developmental Program
The Mite In House Developmental Program is designed to assist the advanced house league player through additional ice time, progressive instruction, and increased competition
· Open to Birth Years 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
· Two Skills sessions plus one game per week.
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.
Got a young skater looking to make the next step into playing hockey? Do not miss this program!
This program will get them started with a full set of equipment to keep, plus 4 weeks of on-ice instruction at Pilgrim Arena in Hingham. Program runs October 5th - 26th at 9:40-10:40 AM.
This program is open to players born 2010-2014 who can skate unassisted and are not currently playing in an organized program like the Seahawks. If your son or daughter did Learn to Skate with the Seahawks last year, they can do this program.
Registration opens on July 10th. Spots fill up fast - especially for programs on the South Shore.
For more information go to: https://learntoplay.nhl.com/bruins
Will Roman, a Squirt in the Seahawks program was interviewed by Channel 25 News. He raised a lot of money for Officer Chesna from Weymouth.
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Two (2) Norwell HS SeaHawks named 2018-19 Patriot League All-Stars: Chloe Hohmann Emily Hohmann
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