By Mike Spellman Do you want to know one of the best ways to instantly tell the difference between a new coaching staff and a veteran crew?The Scituate High hockey team dropped its fifth game in a row Saturday afternoon to unbeaten Hanover, 5-1, and there was no sign of panic among the Sailors veteran coaches.“Things just aren’t coming together as quickly as we’ve seen it in most years,” said Mike Breen, who has taken the Sailors to the playoffs in 16 of his previous 17 years at the helm of...
By Mike Spellman
It is clear the Scituate High hockey squad has enough talent returning from its 2017 state finalist team to make another deep postseason run.As Saturday night’s dramatic 2-1 loss at the Bog in Kingston showed, though, there is still a considerable amount of fine-tuning needed for that goal to be realized.“We are still not clicking anywhere where we need to be,” said Sailors 18th year head coach Mike Breen.
A dominating 5-1 win over Westwood Tuesday night has advanced the Scituate High skaters into the Sectional Finals for a second straight year, and, in the words of senior captain Cam Francis, "unfinished business."The Sailors fell in heartbreaking fashion, 2-1, in last year's Sectional Finals to eventual state champion Medfield, a game that saw them lose Francis to a serious ankle injury early on."It feels unbelievable to get a second chance with these guys,"
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