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8th Grade Team Fay
wins at the buzzer !
Jared Fay hits buzzer Beater. With 4.7 seconds left goes the length of the court and hit a 3 pointer at the buzzer with 0 time for the win over Salem New Hampshire.
****MEMO ALL COACHES WANTING  TO POST THINGS ON THE WEBSITE FOR: SCORES, STATS, SCHEDULES AND OTHER ITEMS RELATED TO THE WEBSITE EMAIL FOR A PASSWORD: FRED HOGAN @ HOGANZBASKETBALL@AOL.COM   WE HAVE PLAYERS AND PARENTS IN THIS ORGANIZATION WONDERING WHERE ARE THEIR, SCHEDULES, STATS AND GAME RESULTS AND ITS ON THE COACHING STAFF TO GET A PASSWORD AND POST THIS INFORMATION.  THANK YOU, MASS THUNDERCATS ****
PRINCE OF PIZZA FUNDRAISER

Please have you sheets back to your coach by 6/12/06. Please turn in your sheet even if you did not sell any tickets. That being said let's try to sell alot of tickets, the profits will go toward your end of the year gift. Any questions call me my number is on the sheet. Thank you,
Thundercat Fundraising Committee


Thundercats can dance too ???????
 
Paradise Hogan, Ryan Woumn and Christian show you how to swing dance.
Monday, March 05, 2007
 
North shore suburban league champs
 
6th Grade and 8th Grade Champions
"WHERE THE PLAYERS PLAY"

13 & UNDER 7TH GRADE BOYS

U13 BOYS GO 3-0 TO WIN THE WARRIORS CHAMPIONSHIP.......

#10.....JARED FAY
#11.....PARADISE HOGAN
#21.....ADAM LAWN
#15.....DEVONTE LEWIS
#4......BRADLEY LEBLANC
#00.....MIKE NOONAN
#3......STEVE PASINSKI
#5......LUIS RIJO
#25.....FELIX RIOS
#34.....DUSTN ROONEY
#32.....RYAN SLODEN
#1......IRVING VIZCAINO
#12.....RYAN WOUMN

15 & UNDER GIRLS TEAM LARK, GO 3-1 @ STRIKE ONE

They went 3 and 1.
They lost their first game to the EMass Lightning and won their next 3 beating
the Maine Bearcats, the Atlantic Belles - Boteri, and the Atlantic Belles -
O'Brien.


#13 JAYDE BENNETT - NORTH SHORE CHRISTIAN
#22 SHANTE BERRY - LYNN CLASSICAL
#1 KEILA BROWN - LYNN CLASSICAL
#3 TRACIE CARROLL - LYNN ENGLISH
#12 BRYANNA CONNOLLY - LYNN CLASSICAL
#21 BRIGID DOOLEY - LYNN ENGLISH
#20 MARIAH DOOLEY - MIDDLE SCHOOL
#2 JACLYN KEEFE - GLOUCESTER
#33 ZULEIKA LOPEZ - LYNN TECH
#32 CHRISTINA MCKENZIE - LYNN CLASSICAL
#23 SHENA MITCHELL - LYNN TECH
#10 TRINITY NEUBERT - LYNN ENGLISH
#34 JESSICA UNDERWOOD - LYNN TECH
#15 JENNIFER VARGAS - LYNN TECH

2006 SUMMER TOURNEY

THE MARIAN GARDENS BASKETBALL TOURNEY IS BACK!!!!


SEE THE WEBSITE: CLICK
IF YOU WANT TO ENTER A TEAM HURRY UP LIMITED SPOTS !!

2006 THUNDERCATS ALUMNI: CONGRATS ON GRADUATION DAY.

CONGRATS TO THE THUNDERCATS ALUMNI NEXT STEP COLLEGE

Georgia Saltzman Lesley
Ashley Donovan Quinnipiac
MeaghanReddy Northeastern
Manise Louinord Salem State
Irene Saranteas Westfield State
Jessica Sims Trinity College
Nicole Capone UNH
Kalie Judd   UNH

Missing From Picture: Lincoln Collins

5 STAR

THUNDERCATS DO VERY WELL AT THE FIVE STAR BASKETBALL CAMP 2005
*****

5TH GRADE 11 & UNDER BOYS THUNDERCATS: COACH FRED HOGAN & COACH JAMAAL WILSON

LOCAL 201 IUE/CWA LYNN MA... SPONSORED 2005 U11 BOYS THUNDERCATS UNIFORMS.




KEANDRE STANTON
STEPHEN BASDEN
KENNAN BENTON
MICHAEL DUARTE
MARCOS ECHEVARRIA
JAKE FAY
KADEEM GREENE
FREDDY HOGAN
SCHUYLER HOGAN
DAKWAM JOHNSON
DAVON MORRIS
ERIC WARD
DARREN WILSON
DARIUS WOUMN

6TH GRADE 12 & UNDER BOYS THUNDERCATS: COACH RICHIE WARREN

CHARLES ANDERSON
TRAVONNE B-ROGERS
CARLO BOUNO
MALCOLM BROWN
STEPHAN CAPANO
JOSHUA CHEEVER
BRIAN DIAZ
TREY GALLO
NICHOLAS GRASSA
BJAY JEAN BAPTISTA
FERNANDO RIJOS
RICHIE WARREN

8TH GRADE BOYS 14&UNDER - GO 2-1 @ WARRIORS TOURNEY

8TH GRADE BOYS GO 2-1 @ WARRIORS TOURNEY

#11.......JARRED BINGHAM
#00.......ROBERT BOYNTON
#23.......JARELL BYRD
#14.......JUAN CRISPIN
#34.......CHRIS DUNSTON
#5........TERENCE GALLO
#2 .......JASPER GRASSA
#4 .......HOWARD HOLMAN
#13.......SHANE KEITH
#15.......CLEBERT MARCELIN
#22.......DIOVANNI McCLOUD
#3........BRYAN ORTIZ
#32.......JOSE RIVERA
#1........CAMERON SMITH
#12.......RYAN WOUMN

BOYS AAU Super Regional April, 7th, 8th & 9th 2006
Friday and Saturday schedule is set.
Mass Premier Link: www.mpcourts.com
 
Schedule is in!!
 
Team Fay (Blue)
First 2 Games listed below (Pool Play)
MOVE TO BRACKET PLAY
Finish 1st in pool Y -- Play at 8:30 PM  Saturday Night at Mass Priemer
Finish 2nd in pool Y -- Play at 9:45 PM Saturday Night at Mass Priemer
Finish 3rd in pool Y -- Play at 9:45 PM Saturday Night at Mass Priemer
A victory = continuing in Bracket Play on Sunday
 
Team Duke Wilson (Red)
First 2 Games listed below (Pool Play)
MOVE TO BRACKET PLAY
Finish 1st in pool R -- Play at 10:30 AM  Sunday at Mass Priemer
Finish 2nd in pool R -- Play at 9:45 PM Saturday Night at Mass Priemer
Finish 3rd in pool R -- Play at 9:45 PM Saturday Night at Mass Priemer
A victory = continuing in Bracket Play on Sunday
 
Team  Richie Warren
First 2 Games listed below (Pool Play)
MOVE TO BRACKET PLAY
Finish 1st in pool P -- play at 8AM Sunday at Mass Premier
Finish 2nd in pool -- ??
Finish 3rd in pool -- play at 7:15PM Saturday at Mass Premier
A victory = continuing in Bracket Play on Sunday
 
Team  Jamal Wilson
First 2 Games listed below (Pool Play)
MOVE TO BRACKET PLAY
Finish 1st in pool G -- play at 10:30AM at Mansfield High School
Finish 2nd in pool G -- play st 6PM Saturday at Mass Premier
Finish 3rd in pool -- play at 7:15PM Saturday at Mas Premier
A victory = continuing in Bracket Play on Sunday

Team  Fred Hogan
First 2 Games listed below (Pool Play)
MOVE TO BRACKET PLAY
Finish 1st in pool B -- play at 3:30PM Saturday at the Jackson School
Finish 2nd in pool B -- play at 4:45PM Saturday at the Jackson School
Finish 3rd in pool B -- play at 6:15PM Saturday at the Jackson School
A victory = continuing in Bracket Play on Sunday
 
 

ANTONIO SHOE CITY

SHOE CITY BASKETBALL
 
 
 PICTURE ABOVE:
Breed Middle School Principle Jim Ridley, Memphis(Lynn Tech) Star Antonio Anderson, Breed students Malcolm Brown and Trey Gallo Receive Their Invitations to the Shoe City Banquet, From Shoe City Directors: Simmie Anderson and Fred Hogan.
 
Not pictured Denver Asst. Coach Rick Brunson of Salem donated $1000.00 to the Banquet and will contribute to the Banquet and Scholarship game for years to come.  The Awards Banquet is Thursday. April 5th 6:00pm-10;00pm @ St. Micheals Hall and The Game is Friday. April 6th @ Lynn English High School. Girls 6:00pm Boys Game 8:00pm. Tickets for the Banquet are $10.00 in advance $15.00 @ the door Tickets Can be purchased at all 4 Lynn High School's Athletic Offices. Game tickets are $5.00 General addmission.@ the door.
For more info on the Nominees go to: WWW.MASSTHUNDERCATS.COM 

APRIL 15-17 TOURNEYS, BOYS AND GIRLS.

THE SPRINGFIELD WEEKEND IS COMPLETE, THUNDERCATS PLAY IN THE NEW ENGLAND SUPER REGIONAL, U11 5TH GRADE TEAM HOGAN GOES 3-1 OVER WEEKEND. GAMES WON VS CONNECTICUT, MASS HOOP JAGUARS AND MASS WOLFPACK. LOST THEIR OPENING NIGHT GAME TO MASS DESTRUCTION ELITE, A VERY GOOD U11 TEAM. WHO WAS PLAYING IN THE SUPER REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP VS WESTERN NEW JERSEY ELITE.

THUNDERCATS FINISH UP WEEKEND GOING 4-9, THIS WAS A GREAT EXPIERIENCE FOR ALL THE PLAYERS ON EVERYTEAM.

U12 AND U15 GIRLS WILL PARTICIPATE IN THE HURRICANE INVITATIONAL ON THE NORTH SHORE.

BANQUET

THUNDERCATS RECEIVE THEIR JACKETS
 
THUNDERCATS BREAK UP PARTY A SUCCESS, PLAYERS RECEIVE THEIR JACKETS AND AWARDS.

Baystate games Try-outs: 1st Try-out Tuesday. June 13th 5;30-7;30 pm @ Salem St. College

LYNN ENGLISH COACH FRED HOGAN
 
COACH HOGAN HAS BEEN CHOOSEN TO COACH THE GIRL'S  NORTHEAST TEAM (TOWN CODE 2)   FOR THE BAYSTATE GAMES.  AREA RANGES FROM LYNN, SWAMPSCOTT TO LAWRENCE AND ANDOVER.  ANY 11TH AND 12TH GRADE PLAYERS WANTING TO TRYOUT SHOULD CONTACT COACH FRED HOGAN. @ HOGANZBASKETBALL@AOL.COM
 
SEE THE BAYSTATE GAMES WEBSITE FOR MORE INFO:
 
 

Boston Ballers Champs!

 Congratuation to Team Fay who went 4-0  winning the Boston Ballers Tournament.  Tony Wonde was voted the MVP.

ALSO GIRLS U14 TEAM VAUGHAN WINS GIRLS DIVISON CHAMPIONSHIP @ THE JUNE BOSTON BALLERS TOURNEY.


 

BOX OUT

Carwash 2005

 
 
 
 
 
 

CHAMPIONS - GOLD MEDALISTS

BAYSTATE GAMES - BOYS AND GIRLS
GOLD MEDALISTS:
U14 THUNDERCATS BOYS GO UN-DEFEATED TO CAPTURE THE GOLD: The Massachusetts Thundercats U14 Boys team wins the Gold Medal at the Bay State Games.   This team, coached by Duke Wilson, defeated 5 teams in the Junior Basketball division at Roxbury Community College’s Reggie Lewis Athletic Center to secure the Gold Medal.  On Friday the Thundercats defeated Beastmode in the first game 73-44, led by Jarell Byrd with 23 points and Ryan Woumn with 12 point.  The second game against a tough young Warrior’s Woburn team featured Felix Rios with 12 points, Jarell Byrd with 12points and Ryan Woumn with 11 points.  On Saturday the Thundercats rolled through the competition beating a team from Sandwich 122-40 and a team from Waltham 113-71 before facing the Warriors in the Gold Medal game; winning 84-58.  The Thundercats will compete in the AAU National Championship tournament at Walt Disney’s Wide World of Sports in Orlando Florida from August 1st – August 8th.


 
 
11/12 GRADE GIRLS NORTHEAST BAYSTATE GAMES TEAM GOES 5-0 TO CAPTURE GOLD.
IN SEMI - FINAL ACTION THE TEAM WAS LED BY SALEM HIGH - STEPHANIE VASQUEZ 25 POINTS INCLUDING 5 3POINTERS. AND TOMMIA DAVIS OF GLOUCESTER 14 POINTS 14 REBOUNDS ALSO TABATHA GUITERREZ FROM GR. LAWRENCE SCORE 14 POINTS - 4  3 POINTERS. 
 
THE GAME OF THE DAY WAS THE GOLD MEDAL GAME AT UMASS BOSTON. NORTHEAST WAS PLAYING A VERY GOOD METRO TEAM AND WAS DOWN BY AS MANY AS 25 POINTS. ONLY TO COME ROARING BACK, WITH 6:27 TO GO IN THE GAME THE NORTHEAST TRAILED BY 23 POINTS AND THE COMEBACK WAS ON. PRESSING AND ATTACKING THE NORTHEAST LED BY TOMMIA DAVIS 37 POINTS, 28 SECOND HALF. FOUGHT ALL THE WAY BACK TO CAPTURE THE GOLD. THE TEAM ALSO WAS LED BY MANISE LOUINORD WHO HAD 23 POINTS IN THE GOLD MEDAL GAME AND AVERAGED 22.0 PPG IN 5 GAMES. THIS WAS A TOTAL TEAM EFFORT. HATS OFF GIRLS YOU ARE CHAMPIONS.....

STEPHANIE VASQUEZ - SALEM, MANISE LOUINORD - LYNN CLASSICAL,
MEGAN CZARNECKI - ST.MARY'S, RENAY HAMILTON- LYNN ENGLISH,
KRYSTAL REYES - GREATER LAWRENCE, KATLYN GRIFFIN - GREATER LAWRENCE,
GEORGIA SALTZMAN - LYNN ENGLISH, DIAYSHA BREWINGTON - LYNN ENGLISH,
JESSICA HUDON - DANVERS, TABITHA GUITERREZ - GREATER LAWRENCE,
TOMMIA DAVIS - GLOUCESTER. 

COACHES FRED HOGAN, BRIAN VAUGHAN, JAMES THEUS.

COACH AVERY AND COACH RIDLEY IN D.C.

COACHES, THANK YOU....

THANK YOU, COACHES.........
WHAT IS A COACH:
A COACH IS A POSITIVE PERSON IN OUR COMMUNITY AND OUR THUNDERCATS FAMILY.  TO ALL OUR COACHES WHO PUT IN THEIR OWN TIME, PRACTICES, GAMES, RIDES, FUNDRAISING AND TIME WITH THE CHILDREN OF THE THUNDERCATS PROGRAM. WITHOUT COACH VOLUNTEERS THIS PROGRAM WOULD NOT BE  POSSIBLE. EVERYONE IS NOT ALWAYS GOING TO AGREE WITH EVERY MOVE YOU MAKE OR DECISION YOU MAKE, THAT IS PART OF COACHING. ONE THING YOU MUST UNDERSTAND AS A COACH YOU ARE THE ONE WHO PUTS IN THE TIME AND EFFORT TO MAKE THIS A SUCCESSFUL PROGRAM. AND WE ARE GREATFUL TO YOU FOR THAT. EVERY COACH HAS GONE THROUGH ADVERSITY THIS YEAR, BUT OVER ALL THIS HAS BEEN A SUCCESSFUL SEASON AS A PROGRAM...

THANK YOU,
MASSACHUSETTS THUNDERCATS 2005

U11 5TH GRADE: COACH HOGAN & COACH WILSON
U12 6TH GRADE: COACH WARREN & COACH SMITTY
U13 7TH GRADE: COACH JACOBS & COACH C. HOGAN
U14 8TH GRADE: COACH BYRD & COACH GRASSA
U16 10TH GRADE: COACH MORRIS, COACH LESHORE AND  COACH BROWN.
U12: COACH VAUGHAN
U15: COACH LARK & COACH MELVIN LARK JR.
U16: COACH AVERY,COACH RIDLEY & COACH DONOVAN
U17: COACH BALDINI & COACH

Top 10 List of things parents should NOT do at their kid's basketball game.

1.  Keep your son's stats on a little pad.
2.  Shut the video camera off and on when Your son leaves and enters the game.
3.  Bad mouth the coach while sitting next to the coaches wife.
4.  Yell to another player on the floor to stop being a pig and to pass the ball to your son.
5.  Re-live all the mistakes the coach made when your son gets home
6.  If  practice ends at 5:00 PM don't stroll into the gym at 4:30 PM.
7.  Approach your son's coach after a tough loss to discuss his lack of playing time.
8.  Yell at an opposing player who has fouled your son and threaten him with a variety of evil happenings should he lay a finger on your son again.
9.  Abuse the officials.
10.  Ring a bell or any other obscene noise maker every time your kid scores.
11.  Go after your son's coach at halftime and question the school's rules that made him sit out the 1st half. 
12.  Clap, hoot, and holler only when your son does something good. 
13.  Act so badly that the referee stops the game, and orders you to leave the sparsely attended gym.  Happened this weekend in Washington DC, Dunbar HS, U 17 game. *NEW*


DIRECTOR OF BASKETBALL OPERATIONS

FRED HOGAN
DR. FELDMAN RECEIVES HIS SPONSOR AWARD

Elementary 3rd - 5th Grade Champs

Darius Woumn, Darren Wilson, Dakwam Johnson & Stephen Basden

U11 Thundercats do battle in elementary basketball.
Charles Collins of Harrington, Freddy Hogan, Marcos Echevarria, Steven Basden and Eraldo Custudio of WCMS Washington Elementary.

ENGLISH GIRL'S BASKETBALL TEAM SHOW OFF THEIR STUFF !

 
CLICK TO SEE MORE

FASTBREAK

FATHER AND SON - JOSH CHEEVER OF THE MASSACHUSETTS THUNDERCATS

JOSH LEADS THE U12 6TH GRADE BOYS FOR COACH RICHIE WARREN.

PICTURED HERE WITH HIS DAD.

FREDDY HOGAN VS KE'ANDREA STANTON VIDEO - ELEMENTARY BASKETBALL

FREDDY H. VS KE'ANDRE VIDEO (CLICK)
AOL USER'S MIGHT NOT BE ABLE TO VIEW VIDEO'S...WINDOW'S MEDIA PLAYER WORKS.

FREETHROW

FUNDRAISING COMMITTEE

FUNDRAISING COMMITTEE ANOUNCEMENTS
*******REMINDER TO ALL THUNDERCAT TEAMS*******

EACH PLAYER MUST SELL ATLEAST 10 CALENDARS ($50) NO EXCEPTIONS!!!!!

ALL CASH CALENDAR $ TO BE TURNED IN BY MARCH 28TH TO YOUR COACH
COMMITTEE MEMBERS:
DALENE BASDEN 
JESSICA BUONO 
SHARON WARREN
INA HOGAN
VANESSA STEED-WOUMN
LISA GRASSA
 KRISTIN HUTTON-FAY




GIRLS 3ON3 CHAMPS

GIRLS WINNERS

GREAT JOB COACH COLLINS...............

Is there a winner in the house?

Dr. Collins and her Lynn team celebrate a championship season
Dalene Basden wasn’t speaking from a script. The mother of Lynn youth basketball player Stephen Basden was speaking from her heart.
Basden was standing in the middle of the Lido Café restaurant at the Lynn Traveling Team basketball awards dinner last Wednesday night and she was extolling the leadership of the team's coach, Dr. Colleen Collins, a primary care physician who had taken her son and his teammates beyond what they even thought they could reach.
The season had ended on the UMass/Boston basketball court where Dr. Collins and her team captured the North Suburban Basketball League 12-under playoff championship with an 18-2 record.
But Dalene Basden said the lessons the team will take from Colleen Collins’s first year in Lynn will be remembered for a long time.
 “You’ve had all kinds of coaches,” Basden told the boys. “I’ve watched  you boys grow up and play basketball and mature. But having coach Colleen to coach you has been a parent’s dream. We have not had a better team. This season was about the training that the coach gave you. She’s got class. She’s got style. She taught you about yourself.”
Basden proceeded to present Colleen Collins with a basketball signed by all the players. The plaque read: “Thanks for changing our boys into men and leading us to the win.”
Collins, a Nahant resident, had coached in that town’s CYO program, but at the request of Lynn English girls basketball coach Fred Hogan, she brought her basketball knowledge and background to the Lynn traveling team program. And she brought her son, Lincoln, into the program as well and let’s just say that Lincoln, a sixth grader, is a tremendous prospect who was deserving of the team’s Triple Threat award.
Basketball background? Yes, in addition to being a brilliant physician at the Mass General Hospital Clinic at Revere Health Center and a graduate of the Yale University School of Medicine, the 5-foot, 10-inch Collins was a big-time basketball player.  Collins, who is part Native American, was recruited by several  Division 1 schools out of high school in Baskingridge, New Jersey, but she turned down a scholarship to the University of Delaware to attend Bates College where she played varsity basketball and tennis.
 Collins enjoyed her first coaching experience in Lynn. She said she knew early on that she had a team capable of accomplishing its goals. “What really turned the corner for us when we started practicing twice a week  and they were doing 125 foul shots a practice,” said Collins. “I added a second practice during the week [at the Johnson School gymnasium in Nahant]. My kids were in better shape than any team we played.”
Collins said the kids were very accepting of having a woman as their basketball coach for the first time. “The kids were very positive,” said Collins. “They knew I was pushing them and that I knew the game. They were very respectful. The credit goes to these kids because they took practice seriously.”
The players saved their best performances for the playoffs. Freddie Hogan, a fifth grader, heated up from three-point land to help Lynn defeat Peabody in the semifinals “Freddie is a terrific little guard who’s really cool out there,” said Collins.
Freddie Hogan, Steve Collins, and Charles Collins excelled on defense in the championship game against Salem.
“This year was a lot of fun,” said Hogan. “Dr. Collins was a really good coach. I learned a lot from her.”
Stephen Basden, a student at the Brookwood School in Manchester,  spoke about the togetherness that Dr. Collins instilled in the team from the first day of practice.
   “I knew from the beginning that we could do well because coach Collins had us working as team,” said Basden, who hopes to be a lawyer one day. “She really developed us into becoming a family, as one. We all had heart. It was great having a doctor coach us. She knows a lot of stuff. She played basketball in college and high school. Coach pushed us to the limit because we had no limitations and it worked out. And I want to thank my mother. She’s the team mom. She’s always helping with the scorebooks.”
D. J. Mullen, a 10-year old fifth grader, was one of the team’s youngest players. “We won a championship because we became one,” said Mullen. “We learned a lot from our coach.”
  Twelve-year-old  Eraldo Custodio, who came to the United States from Brazil when he was 7 years old,  loves to play basketball. “It was fun because I had amazing teammates and coach Collins was the best coach I ever had – she taught me to run the floor and how to post up,” said Custodio, the team’s 5-foot, 8-inch center. “I want to play high school basketball.”
    Dr. Collins said she’ll always treasurer her first season in Lynn.
“It was awesome,” said Collins. “I loved coaching these kids. I hope they’ll have me back.”

HALF & FREDDY H.

High School 10th - 12th Grade Champs

Tony Gallo, Jeffery Brito, David Rucker & Sted Boudreau

INBOUND THE BALL

JEFF HILL, REFEREE

LYNN CLASSICAL BOYS BASKETBALL GET READY FOR SEASON 2005-2006


COACH GRASSA AND CREW WILL HAVE TRY-OUTS ON MONDAY

LEHS GIRLS BBALL SCHEDULE (CLICK)

LYNN ENGLISH GIRLS BASKETBALL TRY-OUTS AND PRACTICE SCHEDULE

www.leaguelineup.com/lynnenglishhoop

SEE THE WEBSITE......CLICK

HEAD COACH FRED HOGAN
ASST.  BRIAN VAUGHAN
J.V. LARRY MASON
J.V.  REBECCA FERRINI
FRESHMEN JAMES THEUS
FRESHMEN BETTY ANDERSON


2005-2006
CAPTAIN GEORGIA SALTZMAN
CAPTAIN MINORI KEEFE
CAPTAIN BRANDY SUCHAREWICZ
CAPTAIN RENAY HAMILTON

ITS TIME TO PUT THE BULLDOGS BACK ON THE MAP.............
 
 LYNN ENGLISH GIRLS
Head Coach: Fred Hogan
Asst Coaches:  Brian Vaughan
Rebecca Ferrine
Larry Mason
James Theus
Betty Anderson

Record: 2-5
Next Game: Fri., Jan 13 vs WINTHROP

Coaching Staffs first year. "Better Every Day"
Player Statistics

# Name PPG PTS FGM FGA FG% 3PM 3PA 3P% FTM FTA FT% PF STL SPG BPG AST APG OFF DEF TOT RPG TPG
33 Jeanette Anderson 3.1 22 11 28 .393 0 0 .000 0 4 .000 20 5 0.7 1.3 0 0.0 13 17 30 4.3 1.3
11 Shontia Belmer 0.0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0
50 Diaysha Brewington 3.4 24 10 19 .526 0 0 .000 4 6 .667 6 2 0.3 1.1 0 0.0 9 10 19 2.7 0.7
3 Tracey Carroll 1.6 11 3 9 .333 1 1 1.000 2 2 1.000 4 3 0.4 0.1 6 0.9 2 3 5 0.7 0.6
20 Brigid Dooley 0.0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0
22 Mariah Dooley 0.6 4 1 4 .250 0 0 .000 2 3 .667 2 0 0.0 0.0 0 0.0 0 2 2 0.3 0.0
21 Carly Fortune 2.2 13 5 17 .294 0 0 .000 3 17 .176 18 11 1.8 0.8 8 1.3 12 9 21 3.5 0.8
32 Katie Gouthro 1.3 9 3 6 .500 0 0 .000 3 6 .500 8 4 0.6 0.1 3 0.4 9 6 15 2.1 0.1
4 Renay Hamilton 11.6 81 27 57 .474 2 3 .667 21 42 .500 29 24 3.4 0.6 28 4.0 24 25 49 7.0 3.9
5 Niquesha Harrington 0.9 6 0 3 .000 1 2 .500 3 6 .500 4 1 0.1 0.0 3 0.4 5 2 7 1.0 0.7
1 Minori Keefe 4.1 29 10 23 .435 1 1 1.000 6 17 .353 5 9 1.3 0.9 15 2.1 12 9 21 3.0 2.1
10 Trinity Neubert 0.7 5 2 7 .286 0 0 .000 1 4 .250 1 0 0.0 0.0 0 0.0 1 0 1 0.1 0.1
2 Kyana Peterson 2.0 14 6 13 .462 0 0 .000 2 3 .667 5 1 0.1 0.3 1 0.1 6 6 12 1.7 0.7
12 Georgia Saltzman 7.3 51 9 31 .290 7 13 .538 12 22 .545 26 13 1.9 1.0 9 1.3 13 12 25 3.6 2.1
23 Brandy Sucharewicz 7.3 51 13 45 .289 2 3 .667 19 37 .514 19 15 2.1 1.6 14 2.0 11 15 26 3.7 4.0
Total 29.1 320 100 262 .382 14 23 .609 78 169 .462 147 88 8.0 4.9 87 7.9 117 116 233 21.2 10.9

LOOKING FOR SPONSORS....

Sponsor Request Letter
WE ARE LOOKING FOR SPONSORS FOR THE 2005 SEASON.
The Massachusetts Thundercats 12 & under AAU Boys Basketball Team finished the 2004 season un-defeated in U12 play. The 16-0 Thundercats concluded a successful year by winning the 1st Annual Naismith Hall of Fame Basketball tournament in Springfield MA. The Thundercats won their pool @ A.I.C. College to advance to center court at the Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield where they defeated the 14-1 Springfield Jaguars. 2004 was a great season for all players involved. The Thundercats program is based in Lynn MA, their home court is the Lynn Boys & Girls club & Marian Gardens basketball court. The Thundercats also have a girls 14 & under team and they also concluded their 2004 season with an appearance in the girls Naismith Tourney during the weekend of June 26th, 2004.

Team uniforms were sponsored by Dr. Donald Feldman. We would like to thank the many businesses and politicians who helped make our inaugural season a success. This program is designed to benefit Lynn's youth and we are looking forward to expanding the program in the future by including boys U11, U12 and U13/14 teams as well as girls U12, U15 and U16 teams. You can track our progress @ www.massthundercats.com or email us @ Hoganzbasketball@aol.com

LYNN BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB: HOME OF THE MASSACHUSETTS THUNDERCATS...

LYNN BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB IS HOME TO THE MASSACHUSETTS THUNDERCATS BASKETBALL PROGRAM. THE MASSACHUSETTS THUNDERCATS HAVE DONATED A FULL THUNDERCAT SCHOLARSHIP TO THE LBGC. TOTAL $325.00 UNIFORM AND PLAYER FEE. FOR THE PLAYER AND STUDENT ATHLETE OF THEIR CHOICE: LUIS RIJO 2005 LBGC PLAYER SCHOLARSHIP.

THANKS AGAIN,
WWW.MASSTHUNDERCATS.COM

LYNN PLAYERS MAKING IT TO THE COLLEGE LEVEL:

ANTONIO ANDERSON @ MEMPHIS UNIVERSITY AND DORIEN BROWN @ JACKSONVILLE STATE
 

LYNN SUMMER BASKETBALL

LYNN SUMMER EVENING BASKETBALL
LEAGUE IS FREE STARTS
JULY 10TH 2006
 
EAST/WEST LYNN LEAGUE STARTS JULY 10TH. SIGN-UPS @ BREED MIDDLE SCHOOL COURTS. LOOKING FOR PLAYERS AND TEAMS.   COACHES IF YOU WANT TO PUT TOGETHER A TEAM IN EAST LYNN OR WEST LYNN CONTACT FRED HOGAN ASAP.
 

LYNN TECH BOYS WIN.... TEAM OF THE YEAR...

SHOE CITY BASKETBALL
AWARDS AND GAME......
COME SEE LYNN'S FINEST......
 
THE BEST BASKETBALL PLAYERS IN LYNN WILL BE ON CENTER COURT :
FRIDAY.  APRIL 6TH 2007
6:00PM GIRLS GAME
7:00PM BOYS GAME
 
 
ROSTER ABOVE
 
AWARDS NOMINATIONS ON THE LEFT SIDE MENU....

MIDDLE BOYS 2006

Middle High 9th & 10th Grade Champs

Trey Gallo, Jarell Byrd, Cameron Smith & Jasper Grassa

Middle School 7th & 8th Grade Champs

Ryan Woumn, Brendon Felder, Paradise Hogan & Lashaunda Hogan

Nationals U-Tube Video

 
AAU National Championship Video Footage*
 
 
*This Video Footage was filmed, edited and posted on U-Tube by Connor Mooney.
English unveils new uniforms in Boverini TournamentLynn basketball fans at the Walter Boverini Holiday Tournament noticed a new look to the Lynn English High School girls basketball uniforms. The new white-on-white uniforms have the players’ names on the back of their jerseys above the numerals.“They are Nike Pride uniforms,” said first-year head coach Fred Hogan. “We’re trying to bring pride into our program. We have “Bulldog Ball” on the back of our warm-up suits and that means hard work.”Hogan said graduates of the program will receive their uniform as a keepsake at the team break-up banquet.“The girls have to be an outstanding citizen, keep up their academics, be a positive role model in the school, and they have to stay on the team – and then they’ll get to keep their uniform when they graduate,” said Hogan.The Lynn English program is making strides under Hogan, who was an assistant coach to Marvin Avery at Lynn Tech prior to be being named the Bulldogs’ new coach. English defeated Tech, 54-33, in the consolation game of the Boverini Holiday Tournament to improve their record to 2-4. The Bulldogs fell to St. Mary’s, 54-42, in overtime in the semifinals.Renay Hamilton, a junior captain, likes the new look.“I like the new uniforms. They show the new Bulldogs and they show our pride,” said Hamilton, who was named to the Boverini All-Tournament Team. “Our names are on the back and the whole team likes that.”

Note from Coach Morris

FIRST OF ALL I WOULD LIKE TO THANK THE U16 PLAYERS FOR THEIR EFFORT IN THE STATE TOURNEY AND MY ADMINISTRATORS FRED AND CHRIS FOR BEING THERE FOR US IN OUR TIME OF NEED. WE NOW HAVE TO RE-GROUP AND TRY TO FINISH OUR SEASON ON A HIGH NOTE AND MAYBE IF THE MONEY IS RIGHT AND WE WIN, WE WILL BE ABLE TO PLAY OUTSIDE MASSACHUSETTS. I LOVE ALL YOU GUYS - LET'S CONTINUE TO WORK AT MAKING THE THUNDERCATS THE BEST BASKETBALL ORGINAZITION IN HISTORY. WE WILL PRACTICE AT BREED ON THURSDAY 6:15 SHARP, WEDNESDAY WE WILL HAVE A TEAM MEETING AT KEVIN'S BAR AND GRILLE RIGHT ACROSS FROM THE POLICE STATION IN LYNN. ALL PLAYERS MUST ATTEND!

WITH BRIGHT WISHES FOR OUR FUTURE
RESPECTFULLY JAMES E. MORRIS

OUR PLAYERS HAVE MORE TALENTS, ON AND OFF THE COURT...

On Tuesday April 12, 2005 Darius and his Project Summit Classmates performed A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeares. This is something he has been working on for months along with the many other things he's involved with. Life is more than basketball.

Dave Woumn

This is true through hardwork and Academics the Thundercats will blossom, on and off the court. As Darius Woumn's coach i am proud to be involved with great kids and parents.. Dave and Vanessa, Darius is a great kid.

Thanks Coach Hogan U11 5th Grade Team.

PICTURES FROM THE WARRIORS TOURNEY 2005

U13 BOYS WIN CHAMPIONSHIP @ WARRIORS TOURNEY

GOING 3-0 TO CAPTURE THE TITLE CONGRATS COACHES AND PLAYERS....

FOLLOWING ARE PICTURES FROM TOURNEY....

Playing Time:

Playing time is not guaranteed. All players will be a contributing member of the team. Players are challenged in practice sessions and are provided opportunities during game situations to demonstrate basketball skills. All players receive playing time; however, some players might receive more playing time than others. The amount of time that a player receives is determined by several factors such as; having a "hot hand", match-ups, foul trouble, attitude, attendance at practices and games. Every coach will try his or her best to play your child through the course of a weekend: 4 game tournament. But no playing time is guaranteed.

Although during any one game an individual may feel that he/she didn't receive appropriate court time, over the course of a season each player is provided adequate opportunities to display their talents. Since the amount of playing time that a player receives has the potential to become a serious source of friction among players, parents and coaches. It is your responsibility as a player to address this with your coach personally and privately. If this becomes a problem bring this concern to the Director to see if it can be reconciled. Parental involvement in this area is strongly discouraged.

Thank you, Massachusetts Thundercats


SHOE CITY HIGH SCHOOL BANQUET AND BASKETBALL GAME.

SHOE CITY AWARDS AND HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL GAME
 
AWARDS BANQUET:
 THURSDAY APRIL 5TH, 2007
6:00-10:00PM
@ ST. MICHEALS HALL
25 ELMWOOD AVE.
LYNN MA.
TICKETS: $10.00 IN ADVANCE.    $15.00 @ THE DOOR.
TICKETS CAN BE PURCHASED AT ALL 4 HIGH SCHOOLS,
STARTING FRIDAY MARCH 23RD 2007.
 
OR BY CALLING SIMMIE ANDERSON 781-913-4667
OR FRED HOGAN 781-589-9492
 
ALL NOMINEE'S WILL RECEIVE A FREE TICKET.
 
COME SUPPORT YOUR SCHOOL AND THE YOUTH OF LYNN.
 
THE SCHOLARSHIP GAME:
FRIDAY APRIL 6TH, 2007
6:00PM GIRLS GAME
8:00PM BOYS GAME
@LYNN ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL
$5.00 GENERAL ADMISSION
 

SPRINGFIELD 2005 NEAAU SUPER REGIONAL

THUNDERCATS FAMILY @ SPRINGFIELD MA.

11 & Under
1- Central Jersey Hawks
2- All For One
3- Mass Destruction Elite
4- Merritting Attention
5-Mass Thundcats
6- Warriors
7- Bay State Magic
8 - CT BBall Club

FINAL STANDINGS U11 WENT 3-1
THUNDERCATS HELP ST. PIUS CYO WIN CHAMPIONSHIP AND MOVE ON TO STATES.
 
 
2006 North Shore 8th grade basketball Champions.  won against St. John's of Winthrop 56-49.  They will proceed to play for the state title this weekend in Milton, Mass.

STATES U16

Gold Medalist
Boston Amatuer Basketball Club (14u/15u)
Silver Medalist
Boston Amatuer Basketball Club (Titans)
Bronze Medalist
Brockton Blackhawks
4th Place
Mass Warriors (Sullivan)
5th Place
Junior Celtics
6th Place
Springfield Fame
7th Place
CMAC
8th Place
Middlesex Magic

STEPHEN BASDEN IN THE BOSTON GLOBE: U11 5TH GRADE TEAM

SUPER REGIONAL RANKINGS:

 
11 & Under 12 & Under 13 & Under
1- Central Jersey Hawks 1-CT Basketball 1- CTBasketball
2- All For One 2- Mass Rivals 2- CMAC Hawks
3- Mass Destruction Elite 3- Bay State Magic 3-My Athletic Desire
4- Merritting Attention 4- Warriors 4- Mass Appeal
5-Massachusetts Thundercats 5- CMAC Hawks 5- NH Knicks
6- Warriors 6- Mass Premier 6- Bay State Magic
7- Bay State Magic 7- NH Wildcats 7- Frontcourt Fire
8 - CT BBall Club – Defillippi 8- Frontcourt Fire 8- Mass Premier
14 & Under 15 & Under
1- Connecticut Flame 1- BABC
2- Warriors Platuim 2- Harford Knights
3- CT Basketball Club 3- Bay State Magic - Gibson
4- Warriors Gold 4- CT Future Stars
5- Mass Renegades 5- Mass Hornets
6- Mighty Mission 6- South Shore Patriots
7- Young Bucks 7- CMAC North
8- BABC 8- Boston Gators

 
  16 & Under   17 & Under  
 

1st CT Nike Elite

 

1st BayState Magic

 
  2nd Fidelity House   2nd NH Playerz  
  3rd Lehigh Valley Wildcats   3rd Bristol Stars  
  4th CMAC Hawks   4th Worcester West Wolfpack  
  5th Middlesex Magic   5th Metro Boston/Lena Park  
  6th Mass Premier   6th Warriors Blue  
  7th High Volume      
  8th Springfield Trailblazers      
  9th Dunbar

SUPPORT THE THUNDERCATS BUMPER STICKERS !

YOU CAN ORDER YOURS FROM YOUR COACH. DONATION $2.00

The fundraiser commitee is hard at work coming up with idea's, Each team is responsible for having 2 parent members from each team on the commitee. Anyone interested please see your child's coach. With good parents this is going to be a top class organization. Anyone who needs a sponsor donation sheet can Click on the link on sponsor news. And that will get you a sheet. Cash calendars should be passed out at the end of the week or this weekend, this has been our most successful fundraiser.

TALLEST THUNDERCAT AND SHORTEST THUNDERCAT !!!!

We are going to have a fundraiser "Car Wash" on Saturday July 2, at
Solominie on Broadway.

TEAM NIKE UNIFORMS LADY BULLDOGS

Lynn English girls basketball get first win of the year.
Lynn English 75 - Revere 40


Junior - Renay Hamilton - 17 points  11 Rebounds  7 assists 5 Steals
Leads the way.

also Georgia Saltzman 14 points (All in the 1st half),
Brandy Sucharewicz 10 points, Daiysha Brewington 12 points ( all in the 2nd half)

Strong Defense From Minori Keefe 11 Rebounds 5 steals.

U12 Team Theus goes 2-2 this weekend
1-1 in u12 pool and 1-1 in u13 pool
Team Theus 42 - Mass Rivals 39 - Basden 5, Heard 2, Collins 7pts, Kahari 4pts, Pedro 3pts, Thurman 6pts, Rock 2pts.
Team Theus 43 - Baystate Magic 47 - C.Collins 17pts, Rock 6pts, Thurman 8pts, Basden 3pts, Heard 3pts.
Team Theus 22 - Team Wilson 45 - P. Calcano 8pts, C.Collins 6pts, S. Basden 7pts, T.McFadden 2pts.
Team Theus 42 - Mass Rivals 41 - S.Basden 17, T. McFadden 14pts, T.Masionnevye 4pts. T. Ieridi 4pts, Pedro 4pts.
 
Game Note:
   Joel Pimental played his best basketball of his thundercat career today against the rivals. Great job joel for taking care of the big man.Once again Steve Basden came up big and played his best game since the beginning of the season great job steve for leading this team. Devon Heard Mr. Energy played great of defense once again. Also Tyler McFadden hit 2 big 3's in the final 2 minutes to get the game to within 1. Tommy Deveau come up with a big steal with a under 2 minutes to go. The biggest play came with 7.6 seconds left Terrance Maisonneuve came up with a big rebound and drew  the foul and hit 1 of his to free throws to seal the win. The team played great Solid defense against a bigger team. As one of the coaches on the staff I would like to thank all the kids for playing their heart out this last game.
 
 
 

THAUNDERCATS FAMILY

THE GAME

THE NUMBERS GAME:
Some sobering #'s to absorb and share with players, parents and coaches.
1. Elementary Age Players (CYO-PAL-YMCA, etc.) 2,500,000 players
2. High School Team Members (Freshmen, JV, Varsity) 500,000 players
3. College (All Levels-JC-NAIA, NCAA-I,II & III) 27,500 players of which approximately 4,500 players are NCAA Division I !!!!, The majority (14,000 +) players are Division III
4. The NBA (29 teams) 348 active players another 58-89 players are taxied (i.e., injured reserve)
5. Foreign Leagues-South America-Europe-to South East Asia - approximately 700 players

It's OK for a student-athlete to chase the dream, but know the #'s game, It always gets the attention of the student-athlete and reinforces the fact that they must catch an education along the way.

THIS IS A GOOD WAY TO SEE HOW SCHOOL WORK CAN MAKE THE DIFFERENCE.........



THE GIRLS

The Youngest Thundercat

2006 Mass Thundercats Invitational

Great Weekend of Basketball @ The 3rd Annual Mass Thundercats Invitational 2006
2006 Champions
U12 Baystate Blizzard
U13 Baystate Blizzard
U14 Baystate Blizzard
U15 Mass Lady Warriors
U16 Baystate Demons

THUNDERCAT FAMILY

PICTURE FROM: NAISMITH BASKETBALL TOURNEY @ SPRINGFIELD MA. 12&UNDER BOYS THUNDERCATS TOOK HOME THE CHAMPIONSHIP @ CENTER COURT.

THUNDERCATS #1

THUNDERCATS ARE #1, ASK KWAME....HIS U11 5TH GRADE TEAM WENT 3-1 IN THE THUNDERCATS INVITATIONAL...@ LYNN CLASSICAL.

THUNDERCATS 3 ON 3 BASKETBALL TOURNEY 2005



THUNDERCATS 2005........ 3 ON 3 BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT   JULY 9TH @ BREED MIDDLE SCHOOL. 
   OUTDOOR COURTS.

Great Success

Thanks to everyone who pitched in to make this event a success!
Special Thanks to the fundraising committee!!
Meet the 2005 Champs:

THUNDERCATS AT THE 5 STAR BASKETBALL CAMP..

THUNDERCATS DC TRIP

U16 GIRLS TRIP TO THE NATIONALS IN WASHINGTON D.C.  TEAM AVERY 2005

THUNDERCATS FUNDRAISER COMMITTEE

MASSACHUSETTS THUNDERCATS 
END OF THE YEAR "BREAK-UP" PARTY
 
Date:   November 3, 2006
Place:  Franco American, 535 Western Ave, Lynn
Time:   7PM
Cost:   $5.00 (Players and Coaches are free) (All tickets will be sold at the door)
Food:   Pasta & Ice Cream Sundaes 
Please call 781-599-5921 by October 14th to let us know that you plan to attend and how many guests will attend with you.  We will order food according to the number of responses we get.  If we do not hear from you ahead of time you will not be allowed to attend.
 

THUNDERCATS HAIR CUTS @ THE ZONE IN LYNN

THUNDERCATS HONOR ROLL LIST - SEND NAME TO HOGANZBASKETBALL@AOL.COM, SO WE CAN ADD YOUR NAME.....

THUNDERCATS HONOR ROLL LIST
(CLICK):
HOGANZBASKETBALL@AOL.COM
SEND YOUR NAME, SCHOOL AND **SUPER HONOR ROLL OR HONOR ROLL.

 SHANNON KIDNEY U12 GIRLS - PICKERING
 TONY GALLO U16 BOYS - LYNN TECH
PARADISE HOGAN U13 BOYS - PICKERING
RYAN WOUMN U14 BOYS - PICKERING
MIRANDA HOGAN U12 GIRLS - PICKERING
 DARREN WILSON U11 BOYS - SISSON
 MARIAH DOOLEY U15 GIRLS - SACRED HEART**
 BRIANNA VAUGHAN U12 GIRLS - PICKERING**
 GABBI GALEZZI U12 GIRLS - PICKERING**
JARELL BYRD U14 BOYS - MARSHALL
KIRSTIN FERRARI U12 GIRLS - PICKERING
MARIMAR BRITO U12 GIRLS - COBBETT
LUIS RIJO U13 BOYS - WELCOMING
KEENAN BENTON U11 BOYS - EJ Harrington School
DARIUS WOUMN U11 BOYS - SISSON
Dimitri Christoforidis** - U12 boys - Johnson School
DUSTIN ROONEY - U13 BOYS - BREED
JARED FAY - U13 BOYS - BREED

THUNDERCATS INVITATIONAL A BIG SUCCESS.......

MANY VOLUNTEERS, OVER THE 2 DAY WEEKEND. THANK YOU, TO THE FUNDRAISER COMMITTEE YOU DID A GREAT JOB. AND TO ALL THE PARENTS, REFEREE'S AND PLAYERS, THIS SHOWS WITH HARD WORK WE CAN DO ANYTHING...

*****ANYONE FIND A BLACK MEDICAL BAG. FIRST AIDE KIT?? AND SCOREBOOK IT BELONGS TO THE GRANITE ST. ROCKETTES, IF YOU FOUND IT PLEASE EMAIL FRED HOGAN SO I CAN MAKE ARRANGEMENT FOR ITS RETURN TO THEIR COACH..
HOGANZBASKETBALL@AOL.COM

THUNDERCATS OUTING 2005

THUNDERCATS RECEIVE WARM-UPS


AT BREAK UP OUTING 2005

THUNDERCATS T-SHIRTS FOR SALE...

GET YOUR SHIRTS NOW... NEW LOGO IN BACK 2005 "REPRESENT"

TIME TO EAT.......

THIS IS HOW THE THUNDERCATS DO IT, U11 U12 U13 AND U14 BOYS TEAMS IN SPRINGFIELD.....LOOKING FOR PARENTS OF ALL TEAMS TO EMAIL ME PHOTO'S SO I CAN POST THEM ON WEBSITE....
MASSACHUSETTS THUNDERCATS SCHEDULE FOR NATIONALS

 
SAT. 10:30AM  VRS TBA -  NATIONAL BRACKET PLAY.

Thundercats sweep Championship Sunday
winning the U11 Hoop Gains BIG Tip-Off Tourney
U12, U13, U14, U15 Mill City Tip Off 
 
U11 Team C. Hogan & D. Woumn
Thundercats 47 vs. Big Threat (Nelson) 50
Thundercats 33 vs. Big Threat (Murphy) 27
Thundercats 35 vs. Mass Bearcats 26
Championship Thundercats 28 vs. Big Threat (Nelson) 26
 
 
 
DRIVING DIRECTIONS TO CEDARDALE:
From Route 495 Take Exit #48 - Ward Hill off of Route 495. Follow Ward Hill Connector to third set of lights. Bear left onto Route 125 North. Move into right hand lane and continue for 1/4 mile to next set of lights. Turn right onto Boston Road. Cedardale is located 500 yards up on righthand side. Parking is on lefthand side. 
 
 
Mill City Tournament Schedule
 

SCHEDULE


U15 Team Duke Wilson

Saturday 6:30 PM vs. NH Falcons – Robinson School

Sunday Noon vs. Team Mass – Pyne Arts School

Sunday 2:30 PM vs. Mill City – Pyne Arts School

Sunday 7:15 – Championship Game – Lowell Catholic

U15 Team Fay

Saturday 12:20 PM vs. NH Knicks – Robinson School

Saturday 5:15 PM vs. Team Mass – Robinson School

Sunday 10:45 AM vs. Nashua Shamrocks – Pyne Arts School

Sunday 7:15 – Championship Game – Lowell Catholic

U14 Team Warren

Saturday 1:35 PM vs. Mill City – Robinson School

Sunday 11:20 AM vs. NH Falcons – Robinson School

Sunday 2:40PM vs. Mill City - Robinson School

Sunday 6:00 PM – Championship – Lowell Catholic

U13 Team Craig High & Jamal Wilson

Saturday 11:50 AM vs. Hopkinton – Lowell Catholic

Saturday 4:50 PM vs. Blackstone Valley – Lowell Catholic

Sunday 9:00 AM vs. Exeter Hawks – Robinson School

Sunday 3:30 PM – Championship – Lowell Catholic

U12 Team Theus

T-Cats 67 vs. Blackstone Valley 29 – Reilly School

T-Cats 53 vs. Mill City 24 – Reilly School

T. Cats 66 vs. NE Panthers 6 – Reilly School

 Championship
 T. Cats 56 Vs. Mill City 25 – Lowell Catholic

 





 

Directions to Lowell Catholic High School (530 Stevens Street, Lowell)
Take Rte. 495 to Exit 35C, Lowell Connector. Go to Exit 3, Industrial Ave. At end of exit turn right onto Industrial Ave., driving between Cross Point Towers and 99 Restaurant. Go straight thru lights to Stevens Street. School is about 1/2 mile on right. Gym is next to school, park in back.

Directions to Robinson Middle School (110 June Street, Lowell)
Take Rte. 495 to Exit 35C, Lowell Connector. At the end of the Connector, go left, onto Gorham Street, through a traffic light (Sunoco on your right), down hill and bear to the right (It’s one way here). Two sets of lights close together, straight on Central Street to next set of lights. Go right onto Prescott Street. (You will see newspaper on your right). At next lights, cross Merrimack St. onto Bridge Street. Stay on Bridge Street crossing the river. Once across the river, (Dunkin Donuts on your right), you will go by side streets starting with 2nd St., 3rd. St., etc. until you get to 13th Street. Take that right on 13th St. up a steep hill to the top where you will go left on June St. (just in front of the tennis courts). You will see the Robinson School.

Directions to Reilly Elementary School (115 Douglas Road, Lowell)
Take Rte. 495 to Exit 38, Route 38. At the end of the offramp, take a right, north towards Lowell (Route 38). Pass McDonald's/Hannaford on your left, Sears on your right. Immediately after passing the Saturn and Jeep Dealerships, take a right at the lights. This is Douglas Road. Continue past Cawley Stadium and Janas Rink on your right. Follow the curve of the road to the left, the school is a mile down on your left. The front school is the Reilly.

Directions to Rogers Middle School (43 Highland Street, Lowell)
Take Rte. 495 to Exit 35C, Lowell Connector. Take Thorndike Street exit. At the second set of lights, turn right onto Highland Street. School is on the left.
 
Directions to Pyne Arts School (145 Boylston Street, Lowell)
Take Rte. 495 to Exit 38, Route 38. At the end of the offramp, take a right, north towards Lowell (Route 38). Continue through four sets of lights, passing Wendy's on the left. At the next set of lights, turn left onto Boylston Street. You will pass Shedd Park on your right. Continue past the tennis courts, the school will be on the right.

 
Please check the Up Coming Tournaments 2007 in the left frame for additional tournament information.

TRYOUTS COMPLETE......


COACHES WILL CALL ALL PLAYERS BY FEB. 24TH 2006

WE HAVE THE FOLLOWING TEAMS FOR THE 2006 SEASON:

5TH GRADE TEAM  - BOYS TEAM HOGAN - COMPLETE

6TH GRADE TEAM  - BOYS TEAM J. WILSON
7TH GRADE TEAM  - BOYS TEAM WARREN
 8TH GRADE TEAM  - BOYS TEAM D. WILSON / ECHEVARRIA
 9TH GRADE TEAM - BOYS TEAM  ZEGEROWSKI / SMITH

U12 GIRLS TEAM DONOVAN
U13 GIRLS TEAM VAUGHAN

U16 GIRLS (WHITE) LOCAL TEAM DOOLEY
U16 GIRLS(BLACK) TEAM ROGERS
U16 GIRLS BLUE (AVERY ELITE)



BOYS DIVISIONS AND AGE BREAKDOWNS:

11-year old/5th grade (born on or after 9/1/94) Grade  Exception: A player who is in the 5th grade and who is born on or after 9/1/93


12-year old/6th grade (born on or after 9/1/93) Grade Exception: A player who is in the 6th grade and who is born on or after 9/1/92

 13-year old/7th grade (born on or after 9/1/92) Grade Exception: A player who is in the 7th grade and who is born on or after 9/1/91


 14-year old/8th grade (born on or after 9/1/91) Grade Exception: A player who is in the 8th grade and who is born on or after 9/1/90

15-year old/9th grade (born on or after 9/1/90) Grade Exception: A player who is in the 9th grade and who is born on or after 9/1/89

GIRLS DIVISIONS AND AGE BREAKDOWNS:

U12 GIRLS - BORN IN 1993 OR EARLIER
U13 GIRLS - BORN IN 1992 OR EARLIER

U16 GIRLS - BORN IN 1989 OR EARLIER, 1988 IF HIGH SCHOOL ELIGIBILITY REMAINING.

 Age Determining Date

January 1st, at 12:00 a.m., shall be the determining date for the age of the competitor and shall hold true for the Association and National Championships.

In other words, if a girl was born in 1989, she would be eligible to play 16/under in 2006. She will also be able to play if born in 1988 and is a Junior in the 2005-2006 school year.

Any player competing in a specific age division must remain in the same age division throughout the Association qualifying tournament and National level.

Age Group

Born in or after:

9-Under
1996
10-Under

1995

11-Under

1994

12-Under

1993

13-Under

1992

14-Under

1991

15-Under

1990

16-Under

1989 or 1988
with high school eligibility remaining

18-Under

1987

19-Under

1986



U11 EARN BID FOR DIVISION 2 NATIONALS, COMING IN 2ND IN POOL PLAY WINNING 2 GAMES ON SUNDAY......

CONGRATS TO THE U11 BOYS FOR GETTING THEIR FIRST BID TO DIVISION 2 U11 NATIONALS... FIGHTING OUT OF POOL PLAY WINNING 2 GAMES ON SUNDAY, WHEN IT COUNTED TO EARN A BID.... NO PRACTICE MONDAY ENJOY THE LONG WEEKEND..........

THE TOURNEY STARTED OFF WITH A BANG ON FRIDAY, DEFEATING THE BAYSTATE MAGIC BY 5 POINTS TO MOVE ON TO SATURDAY'S POOL PLAY, ON SAT. PLAYED 2 CLOSE GAMES LOSING TO THE BOSTON GATORS BY 3 POINTS..ON SUNDAY NEEDING A WIN TO SECURE SECOND PLACE IN POOL PLAY THE U11 5TH GRADE THUNDERCATS CAME UP BIG WITH A WIN, "A TOTAL TEAM EFFORT".. PLAYING THE #1 TEAM IN THE STATE (ALL FOR 1) THE THUNDERCATS FELL SHORT, EVERY PLAYER ON THE TEAM LOGGING MUCH NEEDED MINUTES.. THE THUNDERCATS WOULD HAVE TO PLAY THEIR 3RD GAME OF THE DAY FOR THE FINAL NATIONAL QUALIFIER.....PLAYING THE WARRIORS IT CAME DOWN TO OVER TIME WITH THE THUNDERCATS ON TOP TO EARN THE DIVISION 2 NATIONAL QUALIFIER BID...THE FINAL ONE EARNED OF THE DAY, LIKE THE SUPER REGIONAL IN SPRINGFIELD THE THUNDERCATS FINISHED IN THE TOP 5...


11 & UNDER SUPER REGIONAL FINAL STANDINGS 2005

1- Central Jersey Hawks
2- All For One
3- Mass Destruction Elite
4- Merritting Attention
5- Massachusetts Thundercats
6- Warriors
7- Bay State Magic
8 - Connecticut BBall Club

FINAL STANDINGS U11 THUNDERCATS WENT 3-1 IN SUPER REGIONALS.

FINAL STATE RANKINGS: ***DIVISION 1 * DIVISION 2
NATIONAL QUILIFIER 2005

1. MASS. DESTRUCTION
2. ALL FOR ONE
3. BOSTON GATORS
4. MASS APPEAL
5. MASSACHUSETTS THUNDERCATS
6. WARRIORS

U11 TEAM HOGAN - 2005 SEASON COMPLETED

BOSTON BALLERS 2005

U11 5TH GRADE BOYS ACCEPT INVITATION:
TO "SUMMER JAMS"
2005


SEASON 2005 - COMPLETE !!

T
EAM HOGAN HAS COMPLETED THE 2005 AAU BASKETBALL SEASON HAVING MUCH SUCCESS, THE TEAMS FIRST YEAR OF AAU PLAY, IT QUALIFIED FOR THE DIVISION 1 AND 2 AAU NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS. FINISHED TOP 5 IN THE NEW ENGLAND SUPER REGIONAL AND STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS.  TOOK HOME THE SILVER MEDAL IN THE NEW ENGLAND'S AND PLAYED OVER 30 GAMES THIS SEASON. I WOULD LIKE TO THANK MY ASSISTANT COACH JAMAAL WILSON FOR ALL THE HARD WORK, MY FUNDRAISER PARENTS LAUREN, DALENE AND VANESSA WOUMN FOR THEIR EFFORTS. ALSO TO ALL MY PARENTS YOU RAISED A FINE GROUP OF BOYS. YOUR CHILDREN HAVE BEHAVED EXCELLENT THIS YEAR. HATS OFF TO THE THUNDERCATS DIRECTOR CHRIS HOGAN FOR SCHEDULING ALL THE TOURNAMENTS AND KEEPING OUR FINANCES IN ORDER.  THANKS MR. RIDLEY FOR THE HOOK UP...WE NEEDED IT. U11 THUNDERCATS YOU ARE THE BEST I WILL MISS COACHING YOU BOYS GOOD LUCK ON THE U12 NEXT YEAR.   COACH FRED HOGAN

U12 GIRLS AT STATES: WHEN COACH VAUGHAN SPEAKS THE GIRLS LISTEN !

THE GIRLS HAD A FUN WEEKEND IN THE STATES!

U12 GIRLS IN ACTION

U12 GIRLS,

U12 GIRLS COMPLETE STATE THIS WAS VERY GOOD COMPETITION FOR THE U12 GIRLS PLAYING TOP TEAMS IN THE STATE, 



MARIMAR BRITO
AMY DONOVAN
KIRSTEN FERRARI
GABRIELLA GALEAZZI
DEVIN HEALEY
LASHAUNDA HOGAN
MIRANDA HOGAN
DRENUSHA JUSUFI
SHANNON KIDNEY
BRIANNA VAUGHAN
MACKENZIE COPPINGER
KRISTINA BURRI
JENAYA TUCKER
LINDSEY WALSH

U12 TEAM Donavan
at the 
Hurricanes Invitational

U12 TEAM WILSON GOES 3-1

U12 TEAM WILSON HAS GOOD SHOWING IN MASS RIVALS SPRING FEST.

U13 CHAMPIONS

U16 BOYS RESULTS: COACH MORRIS

THE U16 BOYS WON THEIR DIVISION AT THIS WEEKENDS THUNDERCATS TOURNEY ,BY TROUNCING THE LYNN RENEGADES 75 TO 53 AND THE WINTHROP VIKINGS 65 TO 31.TONY GALLO LED ALL SCORERS WITH 39COMBINED POINTS WHILE C.J.HAYE HAD 29,AND BRIAN BINGHAM FINISHED WITH 21. WHAT WAS REALLY SUPRISING WAS THE POINT GUARD PLAY OF WENDELL MORRIS AND JUNIOR MARTINEZ WHO DISHED OUT THE ASSIST,SHOWING THAT THEY ARE GROWING AS PLAYERS WHO UNDERSTAND THAT SCORING ISN'T EVERYTHING. ALSO THE RESERVES PLAYED BIG MAINTAINING THE LEAD WHILE ON THE COURT.LETS NOT FORGET THE PLAY OF DANNY DIROCHE WHO IS IN HIS FIRST YEAR EVER PLAYING BALL AND WAS OUTSTANDING IN REBOUNDING SHOT BLOCKING AND EVEN SCORED OFF A PASS GIVEN TO HIM BY TONY GALLO. LET US CHEER THESE YOUNG MEN ON AS THEY GO TO THE STATE CHAMPIONSHIP THIS WEEKENDED.

15 FERNANDO BARROS
22 WINSTON BENNET
10 BRIAN BINGHAM
50 JEFFREY BRITO
4 JAKE CANTY
3 DANIEL DIROCHE
21 DEREK FAY
1 TONY GALLO
23 C.J. HAYE
24 DARRELL LANE
11 JUNIOR MARTINEZ
12 WENDELL MORRIS
30 ORION OUTERBRIDGE
32 RAFEAL PEREZ
5 DAVID RUCKER

U16 BOYS THUNDERCATS - U16 GO 2-1 IN THE WARRIORS TOURNEY.

U16 GO 2-1 IN THE WARRIORS TOURNEY.

15 FERNANDO BARROS
#22.....WINSTON BENNET
#10.....BRIAN BINGHAM
#50.....JEFFREY BRITO
#4......JAKE CANTY
#3......DANIEL DIROCHE
#21.....DEREK FAY
#1......TONY GALLO
#23.....C.J. HAYE
#24.....DARRELL LANE
#11.....JUNIOR MARTINEZ
#12.....WENDELL MORRIS
#30.....ORION OUTERBRIDGE
#32.....RAFEAL PEREZ
#5......DAVID RUCKER

U16 BOYS THUNDERCATS GET DIVISION 1 BID TO NATIONALS.....

U16 TEAM MORRIS GET DIVISION 1 BID TO NATIONALS !!



The Alario Center is proud to welcome

AAU Boys 
National Championships
16/under-10th grade 

U16 GIRLS TEAM AVERY - THUNDERCATS NATIONAL TEAM

U16 GIRLS TEAM AVERY PLAY ALL OVER THE NORTHEAST. CT,RI,WASHINGTON D.C. AND NY.


UNIFORMS SPONSORED BY: DR. DONALD FELDMAN

THANK YOU, DR. FELDMAN FROM THE THUNDERCAT FAMILY.. FOR SPONSORING 2 TEAMS FOR 2004 AND 2 MORE TEAMS UNIFORMS FOR 2005.

WHO AM I ????.....I PLAY FOR THE THUNDERCATS NOT THE TEMPTATIONS.......

Hi i am Paradise Hogan Age 6 months

Who are these guys!!!!!

THUNDERCATS IN BOSTON GATORS TOURNEY RESULTS:

April 9, 2004
BOYS THUNDERCATS COMBINE FOR A 10-6 RECORD FOR WHOLE TOURNEY...

U11 DEFEATED MASS WOLFPACK, NH FASTBREAK AND MASS APPEAL U11 TEAMS..TO GO 3-0 LOST TO BOSTON GATORS U11 IN CHAMPIONSHIP.
FINISHED WEEKEND AT: 3-1..U11 BECOME A TIGHT KNIT TEAM VERY FAST GETTING READY FOR SUPER REGIONAL FRIDAY - SUNDAY IN SPRINGFIELD MA.

U12 DEFEATED BAY STATE JAGUARS AND BOSTON GATORS(WHITE).. AND LOST TO BOSTON GATORS IN CHAMPIONSHIP TO FINISH WEEKEND AT: 2-2

U13 DEFEATED BOSTON GATORS AND MASS PREMIER TO GO 2-2 FINISHED AT 2-2 LOSING TO (MAD) "MY ATHLETIC DESIRE" OUT OF BROCKTON.

U14 DEFEATED MASS STORM AND BOSTON GATORS 14/15 TO GO 2-1 FOR THE WEEKEND.

SUPER REGIONAL RESULTS FROM FOXBORO:

U16 WON 2 AND LOST 1 IN POOL PLAY...
March 25, 2007 – 06:15 PM
U15 Video Produced, edited and posted on U-Tube by Connor Mooney

http://youtube.com/watch?v=EFGkiCudbyA

                                                        Another Connor Mooney Joint!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

U12 TEAM Theus - MILL CITY CHAMPIONS 4-0 Weekend Great Job.
Top Scores This Weekend:
S. Basden 28pts, L. Collins 28pts,
 T. Maisonnavve 26pts, T. Deaveau 24pts,
R. Thurman 22pts, J. Rock 21pts, C. Collins 20pts
 
Saturday Results:
T- Cats 67 Vs. Blackstone Valley 29 - 
T- Cats 53 Vs. Mill City 24
Sunday Results:
T-Cats 66 Vs. N.E. Panthers 6 - .
Championship Games
T-Cats 56 Vs. Mill City 25 -
 

ON Behalf of the U12 Boys we would like to send a special prayer out to the Rock Family. Joey Rock Grandfather passed away during the week.
 
 
Thundercats sweep Championship Sunday
winning the U11 Hoop Gains BIG Tip-Off Tourney
U12, U13, U14, U15 Mill City Tip Off 
 
U11 Team C. Hogan & D. Woumn
Thundercats 47 vs. Big Threat (Nelson) 50
Thundercats 33 vs. Big Threat (Murphy) 27
Thundercats 35 vs. Mass Bearcats 26
Championship Thundercats 28 vs. Big Threat (Nelson) 26

 

 

STEPHEN BASDEN EXCELS AT BOSTON CELTICS CAMP

Stephen Basden named Best Defensive Player at Boston Celtics/ Basketball City Summer Camp 2007
Stephen also made the Teamwork Team at Keystone State Basketball Camp in  Penn. and won the 2 on 2 competition at Bishop McNamara in Maryland.

THUNDERCATS/LYNN ENGLISH GIRLS PLAY AT NORTH CAROLINA

LADY THUNDERCATS/LYNN ENGLISH GIRLS PLAY AT:
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA
Congratulations Team Wilson (U13)...
CHAMPS!
Mass Rivals Spring Hoopfest
Going 4-0


2007 THUNDERCATS MIXED WINS CLASSIC.....

Jake Fay was named an All-Star at the Rising Star Basketball Camp at Waltham High School last week...


KING AND QUEEN OF LYNN 1ON1 BASKETBALL TOURNEY IS FRIDAY....

NEW KING AND QUEENS OF LYNN
2007 CHAMPS

LADY THUNDERCATS WIN SOME GAMES.......

TEAM DONOVAN GOES 4-0
 
WIN 4 GAMES AT THE HURRICANES INVITATIONAL.....
Pre-season RBK tune up camp in Canton MA
Team D.Wilson finished 3-1 in the Main Event down in Las Vegas.  They finished in the top 24 in a nation wide tournament.
 

U14/15 LADY THUNDERCATS 2008

Diondra Woumn -

Catherine Stinson -

Tressa White-Frager -

Kailey Cormier -

Lindsey Walsh -

Taylor Newhall -

Jeanna Grant -

Courtney Butler -

Sylvia Fawehinmi -

Brianna Quiles -

Miranda Hogan -

MacKenzie Coppinger -

 

 

 

2008 Thundercats
9TH GRADE BOYS TEAM
Trey Gallo - Lynn
Joshua Cheever - Lynn
Nick Grassa - Lynn
Antonio Reyes - Salem
Trae Weathers - Revere
Richie Warren - Lynn
Adam Lawn - Lynn
Dario Medrano - Salem
Raffy Medrano - Salem
Kyle Boyce - Peabody
Brian Deangelis - Peabody
Macam Bak - Lynn





2008 Thundercats
 U12 Sixth Grade Boys

 

Practices will begin as soon as the CYO tournament is completed - coach will be in touch regarding time and place

 

 

 

Javier Bello

Steven Collins

Marcos Echavarria

Freddy Hogan

Schuyler Hogan

Cory Leblanc

Andrew Napolean

Chad Nelson

Shakeem Seri

Chayanne Sanchez

Ronnie Williams

Monte Wolfe

Congratulations

THUNDERCATS GET THEIR RINGS FROM CHILL'S DIAMOND RING TOURNEY IN BOSTON.

U15 THUNDERCATS IMPRESS AT THE GYM RATS CHALLENGE IN NEWYORK......

 

TEAM CAPTURES 2ND PLACE OUT OF 64 TEAMS.....

2008 MASS. THUNDERCATS TEAM AND COACHES

10TH GRADE - COACH CONSTANTINO


9TH GRADE - COACH RICHIE WARREN
 


8TH GRADE - COACH JAMALL WILSON
 


2ND 8TH GRADE TEAM - COACH NATE REYNOLDS
 

7TH GRADE - COACH JAMES THEUS
 


6TH GRADE - COACH DUKE WILSON

 

THE LADY THUNDERCATS

 

U14/15 COACH STEVE BROWN

 

U16 COACH BEULLIEU AND COACH JOHN BOZARJIAN

 


CASH CALENDAR WINNERS 2008

 

APRIL 7, 2008 --  $100  -- TONY COSTA

APRIL 8, 2008 --    $50  -- KEN GIBLIN

APRIL 9, 2008 --    $25  -- LUIS AGUIAR

APRIL 10, 2008 --  $50  -- SYLVIA FAWENINNI

APRIL 11, 2008 --  $50  -- COURTNEY SULLIVAN

APRIL 14, 2008 --  $25 -- AMY LETICIA CRUZRO

APRIL 15, 2008 -- $25 --  LORI BAEZ

APRIL 16, 2008 -- $50 -- BOB BLOCKSIDGE

APRIL 17, 2008 --$25 -- HOLLY GANSENBERG
April 18, 2008 -- $100 -- Acie Avery

April 21, 2008 -- $100 -- Judy Parsons


April 22, 2008 -- $25 -- Cynthia Garcia

April 23, 2008 -- $50 -- Adena Avery

April 24, 2008 -- $25 -- Theresa McCarthy

April 25, 2008 -- $25 -- Eleanor Palemo


April 28, 2008--$50-- Diana Abreu

April 29, 2008--$50--Janice Cornet

April 30, 2008--$25--Edna Hodges

May 1, 2008--$50--Shirley Gallo

May2, 2008--$100--Mike Phelps

 


Jenicia duggins and diondra woumn are #1

MASS THUNDERCATS U14 TEAM STEVE BROWN

 

RAFFLE WINNERS

Rebok Free Throw Shooting Cotest

U14 TEAM J. WILSON RAFFLE WINNERS 2008
Matt Weis and Anton Simonetti both are winners of $500. Thank you to everyone for your support. Jamaal Wilson


 


 


 
 

Germaine Sattiewhite Head Coach of the

North Shore Generals 1-Day

Football Clinic for Pop Warner &

 Youth or 1st Time Football Players

June 8th @ Manning Field

 

11:00-11:55  PM    Clinic Registration/Check-In

12:00-12:30  PM    Orientation,  Stretch & Agilities

12:35-1:35  PM      Offensive Position Drills

1:35-1:45  PM        Water Break @ Offensive Stations

1:45-2:05  PM        [2] 40 yd. Dash‘s, by Position Groupings & Water Break

                                [QB/RB, OL/WR]

2:15-3:15  PM        Defensive Position Drills

3:25-3:55  PM        Razzle Dazzle Games

4:00  PM                 Citizenship Speech by Generals Head Coach Germaine Sattiewhite

4:15  PM                 Clinic Ends, Camper of the Day Award Presentation

4:30  PM                 Food for Campers

 

                The camp will begin promptly and on time, 12 noon on Sunday June 8, 2008 @ Manning Field in Lynn.  Time is short so it is very important that campers register and are ready to go on the football field when the whistle blows.  Each camper will be asked to bring football shoes, shorts or sweatpants, a good attitude and a willingness to work.  We will provide free T-Shirt to each camper that is registered by the final day, which is May 25.  Early registration is extremely important because we will only order T-Shirts for pre-registered attendants.  If you don’t pre- register a spot is not guaranteed nor a T-Shirt.  Food will also be served at conclusion of day to participants.

                Along with T-Shirt and food, each kid will receive instruction that will increase their level of knowledge and awareness for the game of football.  Coaches will be from area football teams, current Pop Warner coaches and most importantly the #8 nationally ranked North Shore Generals players and coaches.  The advantage of the camp would be, receiving instruction that is generally given to athletes that have a much more advanced skill level and age.                 

                This will be a fun and challenging opportunity for your child to commit and try become the most outstanding football camper, that they can.  For some  participants it will be their first chance to participate in the wonderful game of football.  It will ease their introduction to the game.  This camp is to open to young football players from any area pop warner or youth football team.  Groups to be instructed will be very small and will allow for a much more personal level of coaching for your child. 

                The cost of the day is $25 and you may register through Friday May 25. Late registration as stated earlier is not guaranteed and if it is possible a $15 late fee will be assessed to bring the total to $40.  The camp is open to all boys and girls that are part of the any pop warner or youth football family.  A fun group  is expected on that day and we anticipate a full day of learning, sportsmanship and a chance to fellowship with kids they usually compete against. 

                The day will consist of orientation, a group stretch and warm-up, offensive position session, testing in the 40 yd. dash by offensive position groups, defensive position session and a game of Razzle Dazzle football to end it all with some fun for the kids.  The participants will be treated to a brief speech by the Head Coach of the North Shore Generals Germaine Sattiewhite.  Then at the conclusion of the speech your child will walk out with a greater love for the game, a new skill set, a certificate of completion for the day, free T-Shirt, maybe the camper of the day award and food.  So be sure to get you registration papers and in let’s get ready for some football. 

                I hope to see you soon!  Pleas take a moment and visit our team website for player and coach info @ www.northshoregenerals.com.  As we prepare to bring the Generals back home to Lynn we want everyone to get used to saying,   GO GENERALS!

                You will receive confirmation upon receipt of application.

 

 

 

 

For info contact or return registration form to:

Germaine Sattiewhite @ [781] 346-8767

22 Livingston Street

Lynn, MA 01902

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                      Registration Form

 

Name _________________________________________

 

Age ___________________________________________

 

Offensive Position _______________________________

 

Defensive Position _______________________________

 

Address _______________________________________

 

_______________________________________________

 

Phone # _______________________________________

 

In case of emergency who do we contact:

 

Name _________________________________________

 

Relation _______________________________________

 

Home Phone #__________________________________

 

Cell Phone # ___________________________________

 

Allergies _______________________________________

 

Shirt Size [Youth or Adult]  S/M/L/XL   

 



Players Front Row (L-R) Lincoln Collins, Liam McCarthy, Stevie Collins,Stephan Basden Cansaco Morillo, Charles Collins

Back Row (L-R) Coach James Theus, Melvin Cabrera, Sam Driscoll, Eraldo Custodio, Pedro Calcano,
 Joel Pimental, Zack Smith, Tyler McFadden, Coach Johnnie

 


U13 Boys Went 1-2 In The
Maryland Invitation Tournament.
The U13 Boys Played Bethesda,MD
An Compete in the
2008 Maryland Invitation Tournament

 

Game Results

Game 1

 Thundercats 22 vs Atlantic Elite 60

Tyler McFadden & Eraldo Custodio Had 8pts

Defensive Standouts - Stevie Collins and Eraldo Custodio

Game 2
Thundercats 20 vs DC Blue Devil 68
Stephan Basden 5pts, Sam Driscoll 4pts

Defense Standout Charles Collins and Zack Smith

Game 3
Thundercats 60 vs Shabach Warriors 53

Tyler McFadden 9pts, Eraldo Custodio 8pts,

Sam Driscoll 8pts, Liam McCarthy 5pts

Defense Standouts Joel Pimental, Melvin Cabrera, Pedro Calcano

 and Cansaco Morillo
 


Great Job Down In Maryland
For More Info - www.mithoops.org


 




 




2009 MASS THUNDERCATS TRY-OUTS
COMING FEB. 2009
2009 TEAMS

U12 BOYS
U13 BOYS
U14 BOYS
U15 BOYS
U16 BOYS
U17 BOYS

U14 GIRLS
U15 GIRLS
U16 GIRLS
U16 GIRLS RIDLEY/AVERY

ANY COACHES INTERESTED IN COACHING CONTACT FRED HOGAN @ HOGANZBASKETBALL@AOL.COM

THE U12 BOYS WENT 3-1 @ UMASS LOWELL

IN THE RIVALS TOURNAMENT.

Losing in the Finals to
the Rhode Island Hawks

The Boys Finished the season with a

20-5 Record.

 Which included winning

  The Mill City Tournment
 


 

2009 GYM RATS CHALLENGE

2 U16 Thundercats Players Make Gym Rats All Tourney Team....

Keandre Stanton (6-5 F) Mass Thundercats:
Tall, lanky (160 pounds) Forward who runs the floor well and finishes in traffic (Dunks). Very long defender who deflects passes and has the ability to block shots. Plays well with back to the basket on offense and is a great rebounder from the Forward position.
Antonio Reyes (6-0 PG) Mass Thundercats: Physical, yet heady point guard. Good-looking left-handed jump shot who can heat up from three-point range. Sees the floor and makes creative, effective passes. When defenders got up on him, he went past and attacked the rim hard to finish or dish off.
 
Honorable Mention: Trae Weathers and Malcolm Brown 4 Thndercats make All Gym Rats....
 
 

2009 SHOE CITY – All City Basketball League

“BEATING THE STREETS THROUGH BASKETBALL”

LEAGUE START DATES:  JUNE 19TH 2009

 

League Games: North League and South League



 

 

 
DEPAUL VRS IOWA STATE
JULY 31ST 4:00PM
@ MARIAN GARDENS
 
 
WEEK 7 FRIDAY 7/31/09 (5PM) CHAMPIONSHIP @ MARIAN GARDENS(KICKS OF THE 17TH ANNUAL HOGANZBASKETBALL CLASSIC)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Home > SportsKeandre Stanton, with ball, tries to get past Tony Lashure, right, in Lynn All-City Basketball League play at Fecteau-Leary. (ITEM PHOTO / OWEN O'ROURKE). Lynn youth basketball league gets underway It's the Lynn All-City Basketball League's first night at the old Herb Brenner Gym, and a small group of people who worked for the last two months to put this together stand and watch as middle and high school boys and girls work feverishly to improve their games and - hopefully - stay out of trouble.[more]LYNN --The old gym at the old Lynn Classical has sprung to life this summer with the familiar sounds of sneakers squeaking the hardwood as basketball players cut and weave up and down the floor.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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2009 HOGANZBASKETBALL CLASSIC

2009 HOGANZBASKETBALL CLASSIC
@ MARIAN GARDENS AND WARREN ST.
AUGUST 1ST AND 2ND 2009 9AM-9PM

PLAYERS WHO MADE THE STATE TOURNEY IN 2010

THUNDERCATS PLAYERS  ON VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAMS IN 2010
PLAYERS WHO MADE MIAA STATE TOURNEY 
ORIGINAL = 1st Ever Thundercats 1st Team in 2004 
 
Brianna Vaughan - LE
Miranda Hogan - LE
Gabby Stinson - LE
Lashaunda Hogan - LE
   Taylor Newhall - LE
Shannon Kidney - LE
Lindsey Walsh - LE
Jenicia Duggins - LE
Brianna Quiles - LE
 Shaday Imadiyi - LE 
 
Bria Tiro - St.Mary's
Kirsten Ferrari - St.Mary's
Cassie Amenta - St. Mary's 
 
Diamond Doe - LC
Tashanna Brown - LC
Dora Malila -LC 
 
Carly Kiernan - Masco
Danille Davis - Masco
Brooke Stewart - Masco 
 
Nikki Laskaris - Swampscott
Tara Gallagher - Swampscott
Meaghan Shea - Swampscott 
 
Richie Warren Jr. - Lynn Tech - Original
Trey Gallo - Lynn Tech
  Felix Rios - Lynn Tech 
Micheal Duarte - Lynn Tech
Jerome Cooper - Lynn Tech
 
Josh Imadiyi - LC
Carlo Buono - LC
Josh Cheever - LC 
 
Rosy Campbell - St. Mary's 
 
Keandre Stanton - LE
Paradise Hogan - LE - Original
Jarrell Byrd - LE - Original
Ryan Woumn - LE  - Original
 
Antonio Reyes - Salem
Derek Mcintyer - Salem 
Stephen Basden - Govenors Academy
We have definatly missed some, let me know ill add more.. 
 
 

TEAM AVERY

U16/17 TEAM AVERY
TOP INDIVIDUAL SELLER:
RYAN SLODEN (60 CALENDARS)
RYAN HAS WON A SPAULDING TF1000 BASKETBALL & A THUNDERCATS T -SHIRT!!!!!!
 
NOT FAR BEHIND RYAN WERE TRINITY NEUBERT (56 CALENDARS) & JARELL BYRD (55 CALENDARS)
 
TOP TEAM SELLERS:
U14-BOYS/COACH WILSON ( 178 CALENDARS)
THE TEAM HAS WON A PIZZA  PARTY!!!!!!