May 2, 2021

Sorry for the delay in the report and standings. I was day drinking yesterday at a cornhole tournament. Came in 4th. The real winners were the Little League baseball in Uxbridge. The standings are cluttered at the top.

Final Touch got themselves on the top again, rookie Shannon Caverly is doing a great job as captain for the touch. There is a history of winning managers of this team, I see Shannon keeping that tradition going. Her team donning the whites and making it difficult to tell who is playing, scored first in the second. It would be Pilot taking the lead. In the 3rd, a flurry of goals in just 3 minutes. Pilot would get one with Nate Patterson getting one from the point that people will be talking about for maybe, I don't know days, I guess. It was an awesome shot, shit had eyes. In any event, another one to finish the flurry by Jim Galvin. Votta would not give up and finally get on the board with Neil Foley scoring from a pass by Ricky Votta himself. Not enough as The Touch would go on to win 4-1.

In game 2 Manville would keep up with the Joneses by getting a win of their own. Keith Kraunelis would put MPP on his sore back and get two goals in the third to secure a 5-2 win over Green Goddess. The real hero of the game was the return of Craig Pizzo. Pizzo was donning his white cartoon skater pants and signature yellow helmet. I heard he doesn't have a yellow truck anymore. He must be beside himself on that. Welcome back Pizzo. We just need Hawes and Jordan to get back into the fold now. In the end, Green Goddess scored a couple. One in the first by Ricky Vasconcelos. Ricky V slammed the FIVE HOLE through a melee in front. Tim Pinsince got the lone goal in the second for his team. Andy Morrison got both assists for his team.

In the late game, Vescera Law and Quick Dam went at it. Quick Dam got out in front in the first with a goal by Sean Coffey from the point, with Kevin Webster getting the assist. Vescera slapped back in the next minute with a goal of their own. Greg Landry would get the goal after some cycling. He would take the pass from Scott Romiza, making his Friday night debut. Right from the face off, after that goal, Sean Smith sent Webster to the net and got the goal. Back and forth they went, throughout the second. Shannon Murphy stood on her head in goal to keep Vescera in this one. Romiza would get the Law the tie early in the third. This would end in a tie. 2-2

Hope everyone has a great week.

See you all at the rink.

Live, Breathe, Love.................................HOCKEY!!!!!!!!!!