Reading avenged last year's playoff loss to Tewksbury with a convincing win over the Redmen.
- Jay Oza
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
In a rematch of last year’s Division 2 Semifinal, the Rockets got their revenge over Tewksbury with a 42-6 dismantling of the Redmen at Reading High last night. “We definitely had revenge on our mind this year and we were clicking on all cylinders,” said Reading quarterback Drew Belcher, whose incredible night led the Rockets to a 12-0 record. Belcher completed nine passes for 126 yards and a touchdown, and rushed nine times for 105 yards and four touchdowns. “We worked all offseason to come back and make it to this game,” said receiver Ryan Maney. “They pretty much beat our butt last year,” said the Gronk-like pass catcher who hauled in five catches for 87 yards and had a 61 yard rushing touchdown. The Rockets also benefitted from running…
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Squad will be honored during Sunday's high school hockey state finals at the TD Garden.
The North Reading High School hockey team is one of four boys programs statewide that will receive the 2011 James F. Mulloy Ice Hockey Team Sportsmanship Award from the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association. North Reading joins Agawam, Auburn and Reading as this year's boys' recipients. Hingham and Norwood are being honored on the girls' side. North Reading will accept the award during the MIAA state hockey finals Sunday at the TD Garden in Boston. This will not be the only trip for the Hornets to the Garden in the coming days. Senior Eric Sokolski is one of the recipients of the Boston Bruins-MIAA Sportsmanship Award. Sokolski will be honored along with 31 other recipients from the various high school leagues across the state…