Sunday’s “Big Finish” Committed Game a Resounding Success

The 2018 Clams Committed Game held this past Sunday at the Teamworks Sports Center in Acton MA showcased 42 of the program’s 65 current verbally committed Clams as a way of celebrating the conclusion of both the Fall and Winter CELL sessions. More than just a scrimmage, the game, now in its 5th consecutive year, pitted two Clam teams against one another, the seniors vs. the juniors. The highly competitive contest exceeded the expectations of coaches and spectators alike. Further, for the first time ever, this game was live-streamed on Lax Sports Network, Lax All Stars, Lax.com and Top Lax recruits. As of the writing of this article, the game had been watched by over 10,000 people and raised a total $1800 for the day’s designated cause, Why Me & Sherry House

The rosters can be found below; the stats can be found at the bottom of this article.

Top Gun Fighting Clams Roster (Seniors)

Top Gun Littlenecks Roster (Juniors)

Re-watch the game as many times as you’d like HERE

 


In addition to the Committed Game, the event featured a Guest Appearance from Gordie Lockbaum, a former Holy Cross football great who was two times named as a Heisman Trophy runner up. More importantly given the larger meaning of the day, Gordie is also a Trustee of Why Me & Sherry’s House.  Gordie attended the event and  spoke at the game a couple times, sharing knowledge about the organization.

Once again, a special thanks to all who attended. Go Littlenecks! Go Clams!

For more information on how you can support the cause please click Why Me & Sherry’s House

 

Game’s Leading Statistical Performers


Seniors (“Clams”)

Juniors (‘Necks)
Pat Daly (Tabor/Villanova) – 5 goals, 8 assists, 13 points

Jake Haase (Belmont Hill/Williams) – 4 goals, 5 assists, 9 points

Paul Miller (Phillips Exeter/Holy Cross) – 7 goals, 1 assists, 8 points

 Tommy Benjes (Rivers/St. Lawrence) – 2 goals, 3 assists, 5 points

Peter Burnes (Rivers/Union) – 4 goals, 4 points

Nick Sobell (Brewster/Skidmore) – 3 goals, 1 assist, 4 points

DJ Sloan
(Hopkinton/Quinnipiac) – 4 goals, 4 points

Nick Connolly (Lexington/Colorado College) – 2 goals, 2 points

David Bartkus (Brewster/Sacred Heart) – 2 goals, 2 points

 Danny Hincks (Belmont Hill/Dartmouth) – 1 assist, 1 point

Andrew Merrell (Avon Old Farms/Bowdoin) – 1 goal, 1 point

Kyle Camphausen (Wayland/Wesleyan) – 1 goal, 1 point

Dylan Williams (Brewster/Bates) – 1 goal, 1 point

Pat Kaveny (Foxboro/UMASS Lowell) – 1 goal, 1 point

Tim Carlson (East Catholic/Endicott) – 1 goal, 1 point

Jake Tellers (East Catholic/Quinnipiac) – 4 goals, 5 assists, 9 points

Anthony Forziati (Wakefield/Boston University) – 4 goals, 1 assist, 5 points

Tucker Spencer (Pingree/Salisbury) – 3 goals, 2 assists, 5 points

Ned Lynch (Deerfield/Army) – 1 goal, 3 assists, 4 points 

Justin Spencer (La Salle/Rollins) – 3 goals, 1 assists 4 points

Jack Dillon (Dover-Sherborn/Sacred Heart) – 3 goals, 3 points

Danny Angell (Littleton/Quinnipiac) – 1 goal, 2 assists, 3 points

Zach Frank (Hopkinton/Sacred Heart) – 1 goals, 1 assist, 2 points

Eric Raguin (Acton-Boxboro/Brown) – 2 goals, 2 points

Ric Carreras (Algonquin/St. John’s) – 1 goal, 1 point

Boyd Hall (St. Mark’s/Quinnipiac) – 1 goal, 1 point

Charlie Peck
(Rivers/Lehigh) – 1 goal, 1 point

Ryan Schwender
(La Salle/Quinnipiac) – 1 goal, 1 point

Martin Folan (BC High/Holy Cross) – 1 assist, 1 point

 

Saves
Danny Hincks (Belmont Hill/Dartmouth) – 9 saves, 6 goals against, 60% save pct.

Cooper Giblin (St. Mark’s/Colby) – 12 saves, 11 goals against, 52% save pct.

Nick Dimuccio (La Salle/Quinnipiac) – 12 saves, 10 goals against, 55% save pct.

Jake Addeche (Foxboro/Hofstra) – 9 saves, 13 goals against, 41% save pct.

Mayo Amorello (Hamilton-Wenham/Kenyon) – 12 saves, 14 goals against, 46% save pct.

Matt Shaffer (Tabor/Vermont) – 11 saves, 12 goals against, 48% save pct.


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