Drew Frenette Leads Comeback, Breaks Passing Records in Endicott Victory over Coast Guard

Endicott senior quarterback led two, fourth quarter touchdown drives to help the Gulls pull off a 14-13 victory over NEFC opponent Coast Guard and in the process became the program’s all-time leader in passing yardage and touchdowns. Frenette’s seven-yard touchdown pass to junior tight end Dimitri Skinsacos (Old Orchard Beach, Maine) was the senior’s 70th career touchdown, surpassing former Gulls quarterback Phil Konopka ’12, and also proved to be the game-winning score.

Endicott (5-2, 4-0 NEFC) won their fifth straight game coming out of the bye week. The Gulls return home on Saturday, November 1st for their final home game of the regular season when they take on MIT. Saturday’s game will also serve as Senior Day for 18 members of the Endicott football team. Kickoff will be at 5:00 pm at Endicott Stadium.

Coast Guard (3-5, 2-3 NEFC) had a chance to win the game with eight seconds left in the fourth quarter with Bears kicker Tyler Henning (Cypress, Texas) on the field for a 37-yard field goal attempt, but Henning’s bid to hand Endicott their first conference loss came up short. Henning had previously hit from 39 yards and 18 yards to push Coast Guard’s lead up to 13-0 by the 14:15 mark of the fourth quarter.

On the ensuing kickoff following Henning’s 18 yard field goal to make it 13-0 Bears, Gulls junior return man Anthony Carter (Manchester, Conn.) ran the ball back 32 yards to put in prime field position on the CGA 37-yard line. Frenette capitalized on the first offensive play of the drive, connecting with sophomore Conor Crotty (Saratoga Springs, N.Y.) for a 37-yard touchdown to make it a 13-7 game with 14:03 on the clock.

Coast Guard’s next possession was an eight-play drive that took 3:41 off the clock but the Endicott defense came up big by forcing their sixth punt of the game. The defensive stand gave the ball back to the Gulls on their own 20-yard line after a touchback.

Drew Frenette now has 7,141 passing yards and 70 touchdowns in his career

Frenette would come up with key passes on his next drive, including an eight-yard pass to senior receiver Nate Lewis (Acushnet, Mass.) which put Frenette past Konopka’s 7,085 yardage record. On the Coast Guard 42-yard line and facing third down, Frenette would connect with Skinsacos for 13 yards to get a first down and on the next play completed a 22-yard dump off pass to junior tailback Spencer Walsh (Malden, Mass.) to get the Gulls down to the Bears seven. The next play proved to be the game-winner as Skinsacos hauled in his third touchdown of the season to put Endicott on top 14-13.

Coast Guard had two drives following the Skinsacos touchdown, one that ended in a punt after a crucial sack by sophomores Craig Anderson (Franklin, Mass.) and Matthew Dow (Nottingham, N.H.) set the Bears back near midfield and the final drive that saw the potential game-winning field goal fall short.

Endicott’s defense was a presence all game long as sophomore linebacker John Elnagger (Rowley, Mass.) led all players with 11 tackles, 10 of which were solo, with three tackles for a loss. Junior Bryan Mey (Marshfield, Mass.) had nine tackles and a pass breakup from the safety position and Anderson added eight tackles including 3.5 tackles for a loss. Gulls senior cornerback Jake Cox (Wrentham, Mass.) had six tackles and a key interception deep inside Endicott territory to keep the Bears off the board.

Frenette’s day under center wasn’t all good as the senior tossed two interceptions to Coast Guard junior defensive back Mark Behne (Clifton, Va.), one which was returned 48 yards to the Endicott nine-yard line. Cox would negate that interception by picking off Bears quarterback Derek Victory (Weston, Fla.) inside the Gulls five-yard line.

Coast Guard had one touchdown drive in the contest that ended in a five-yard end zone score by senior running back Jake Wawrzyniak (Sylvania, Ohio). Wawrzyniak finished the game with 69 yards on the ground and 24 yards on two catches through the air. Victory threw for 228 yards with no touchdowns and one pick.

Frenette threw for 217 yards, two touchdowns, and two interceptions in the win and connected with Lewis six times for 49 yards and fellow senior Brett Egizi (Walpole, Mass.) caught four balls for 44 yards. Crotty finished with 41 yards receiving with 37 coming on his touchdown grab in the fourth quarter.

Endicott Football Triumphs

Endicott Athletics

September 27, 2014
BEVERLY, Mass. – On Homecoming Saturday, the Endicott football team garnered a 28-6 victory over Curry in the opening weekend of NEFC action as senior quarterback Drew Frenette (New Bedford, Mass.) threw three of his four touchdown passes to senior receiver Brett Egizi (Walpole, Mass.) and the Gulls defense, led by a two-sack performance by fifth-year linebacker Andrew Holfinger (Sterling, Mass.), was able to subdue a Colonels offense that held a significant advantage in time of possession.

Endicott (2-2, 1-0 NEFC), after going 1-2 in their non-conference schedule through week three, have returned their overall record to .500 and now look ahead to their week five matchup at Maine Maritime Academy on Saturday, October 4th. Kickoff is at 12:00 pm on Ritchie Field in Castine, Maine against a Mariner squad that is currently 2-2 (0-1 NEFC) after a lop-sided 80-16 loss at home to Western New England.

Frenette threw for 197 yards and connected with Egizi on touchdown passes of 37 yards and one yard in the first quarter and later added a 31-yard score with 54 seconds remaining in the third quarter to cap off the scoring. Frenette also hooked up with sophomore wide out Chris Lipscomb (West Springfield, Mass.) midway through the second quarter as the Blue and Green owned a 21-0 lead before Curry got on the board.

On Curry’s possession following the Lipscomb touchdown, Colonels freshman quarterback Spencer Tyler (Yarmouth Port, Mass.) led his team to their only points of the game as Spencer found sophomore running back Dean Anderson (Melrose, Mass.) on a short pass that turned into a 15-yard score. On the ensuing extra-point attempt, Fiero Parmalee’s (Seekonk, Mass.) attempt was blocked Holfinger to hold Curry to just six points on the drive.

Holfinger had an impressive overall game, totaling nine tackles including 2.5 tackles for a loss and two sacks, breaking up two passes, hurrying the quarterback twice, and blocking an extra-point. The defense was led by a standout effort from freshman linebacker Erik Goguen (Waltham, Mass.) who in his first game action of the season was a force with a team-high 12 tackles, 1.5 tackles for a loss, a sack, and a pass breakup. Sophomore linebacker John Elnagger (Rowley, Mass.) had 11 takedowns and junior defensive back Brian Mey (Marshfield, Mass.) added 10 tackles, including four solo, with a tackle for a loss and a breakup.

Senior cornerback Jake Cox (Wrentham, Mass.) was a major factor in Endicott’s causing six changes of possession on defense as Cox intercepted Tyler in the second quarter which set up the Lipscomb touchdown catch. Cox was also relied upon to cover one of Curry’s better receivers in sophomore Alex Kershaw (Boston, Mass.) who last week hauled in eight passes for 179 yards and a touchdown. Kershaw had a solid game with six receptions for 77 yards but was blanketed by Cox for the majority of the game.

Tyler, who finished 31-of-51 for 252 yards, a touchdown, and an interception, used sophomore fullback Dave DiGiorgi (Watertown, Conn.) on a regular basis with short out passes as DiGiorgi had 12 catches for 77 yards. Curry’s offense did find some success on the ground with senior running back Trae Weathers (Revere, Mass.) who ran 11 times for 93 yards (8.5 ypc) with a long rush of 34 yards. Anderson added 26 yards on seven rushes.

The running game for the Gulls was shared between sophomore tailback Christian Martinez (Tariffville, Conn.) and freshman running back Lavante Wiggins (Dalton, Mass.) who combined for 94 yards. Martinez rushed 12 times for 49 yards (4.1 ypc) and Wiggins carried the ball eight times for 45 yards (5.6 ypc). Freshman Robert Williams (Wayland, Mass.) came on in the fourth quarter to rush four times for 18 yards including a nine-yard scamper for a first down.

On special teams, sophomore punter Kyle Regan (Nashua, N.H.) was impressive with four punts going for an average of 49.8 yards including a personal-best 61 yarder that was downed on the Curry 23. He had one punt land inside the Curry 20. Frenette himself contributed to the punting game, adding a pooch punt on 4th-and-1 just inside Curry territory.

Curry’s defense was led by freshman linebacker Devin Williams (Gardner, Mass.) who had a team-high 12 tackles and two tackles for a loss. The Colonels defense, however, managed just one sack as Endicott’s offensive line front of starters Michael Minerva (Sleepy Hollow, N.Y.), Mike Marini (Trumbull, Conn.), Andrew Edwards (Falmouth, Maine), Nick Rowe (Avon, Conn.), and Anthony Fulmine (Carver, Mass.) protected Frenette the entire game.

NWTF Sponsors National Hunting and Fishing Day

NWTF Sponsors National Hunting and Fishing Day

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EDGEFIELD, S.C. — The National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) encourages everyone to participate in National Hunting and Fishing Day by introducing new individuals to the variety of outdoor opportunities available this weekend.

On Saturday, Sept. 27, NWTF-sponsored National Hunting and Fishing Day events will take place across the country allowing the general public to experience hunting, fishing and shooting sports while learning about America’s conservation successes.

“Our country has a rich heritage of hunting and fishing and National Hunting and Fishing Day helps celebrate the tradition,” said George Thornton, NWTF CEO. “Invite someone to join you. If you have no experience in the outdoors, step outside your comfort zone and find an event near you. You may be surprised to find out the important role that hunters and anglers play in the conservation of our wildlife and other natural resources.”

The NWTF Hunting Heritage Programs — JAKES, Women in the Outdoors and Wheelin’ Sportsmen — host events throughout the year to help people of all ages and experience levels enjoy a day outdoors. NWTF events feature expert instructors who guide participants in the safe participation of a wide range of activities, including shooting, archery and fishing. To find an NWTF Hunting Heritage event in your area, visit www.nwtf.org/in_your_state.

Outdoorsmen and women are responsible for the majority of conservation funding. The NWTF realizes the introduction and creation of hunters through National Hunting and Fishing Day events and NWTF Hunting Heritage Programs will ensure the future of our habitat and wildlife.

The NWTF Save the Habitat. Save the Hunt. initiative is a charge that mobilizes science, fundraising and devoted volunteers to give the NWTF more energy and purpose than ever. Through this national initiative, NWTF has committed to raising $1.2 billion to conserve or enhance more than 4 million acres of essential upland wildlife habitat, create at least 1.5 million hunters and open access to 500,000 acres for hunting, shooting and outdoor enjoyment. Without hunters, there will be no wildlife or habitat. The NWTF is determined to Save the Habitat. Save the Hunt.

To learn more about the NWTF Save the Habitat. Save the Hunt. initiative, visit www.nwtf.org.

Unveiling of Mystic Statue Honoring Local Legend John J. Kelley

What:  Unveiling of Mystic Statue Honoring Local Legend John J. Kelley

When:  1:00pm, Sunday, September 21

Where: Baptist Hill, West Main and Bank Street, Downtown Mystic

Six Former Boston Marathon Winners will Unveil Mystic Statue Honoring Local Legend John J. Kelley on September 21st

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Six former winners of the Boston Marathon will be in Mystic, Connecticut, Sept. 21 to help unveil and dedicate a statue of the late Johnny Kelley, the 1957 Boston champion and two-time Olympian who many consider the father of distance running in the United States.

Kelley, an inspirational writer, teacher and high school cross-country coach who lived in Mystic not far from where the statue will be located, died three years ago at age 80.

“Johnny would run right by there, almost every day,” Jim Roy of Mystic, a former student and runner on Kelley’s team, said of the location at a small park on Baptist Hill overlooking downtown. The park at the corner of West Main and Bank streets is owned by the town of Groton, where Kelley taught for many years at Fitch Senior High School.

Roy is head of the nonprofit foundation that raised over $87,000 for the bronze statue that depicts Kelley running with his dog, Brutus.

“So many people remember the two of them running together, we felt it was a perfect reminder and wonderful tribute,” he said. Roy said Kelley was revered not just as a runner, but as a man who embraced nature, literature, and above all, friendship. The statue, he added, perfectly captures Kelley’s boyish spirit.  “It’s our hope that this statue will inspire all who see it, runner and non-runner alike, to achieve their full potential and follow their dreams,” he said.

Among those expected to attend the Sept. 21 ceremony, which will be open to the public, are Amby Burfoot, who was coached by Kelley and went on to win Boston in 1968; Bill Rodgers, Burfoot’s cross-country teammate at Wesleyan who won Boston four times between 1975 and 1980, earning the nickname “Boston Billy”.  Geoff Smith, who won in 1984 and 1985; and Jack Fultz, the 1976 champion. Women’s Champions include three time winner Sara Mae Berman (1969-71) and Nina Kuscsik the 1972 winner.

Representatives of the Boston Athletic Association, which sponsors the Boston Marathon and whose team Kelley ran for throughout his storied career, also plan to attend. The BAA and numerous organizations and individuals supported the statue project.

“Johnny was such a beloved figure, so many people were extraordinarily generous,” Roy said. The organization will continue to raise money, with additional funds used to establish scholarships in Kelley’s name.

More information about the John Kelley Memorial Fund and the September dedication is available on johnkelley.org.

2014 WNBA.com GM Survey Taps Minnesota Lynx to Win Title

NEW YORK – May 15, 2014 –If the WNBA’s general managers are accurate prognosticators, the Minnesota Lynx will be taking part in a championship parade for the third time in four years. The Lynx, led by All-Stars Seimone Augustus, Rebekkah Brunson, Maya Moore, and Lindsay Whalen, collected 58 percent of the votes as the team most likely to win the WNBA Finals presented by Boost Mobile in the 12th annual WNBA.com GM Survey.  Minnesota was also selected as the team that is most fun to watch, receiving 42 percent of the votes from the GMs.  The Atlanta Dream, led by All-Stars Angel McCoughtry and Erika de Souza, as well as rookie shooting guard Shoni Schimmel, was picked to win the Eastern Conference.

The complete results of the exclusive survey will be posted on WNBA.com in advance of WNBA Tip-Off 2014 presented by Boost Mobile, when the defending WNBA champion Lynx and reigning WNBA Finals MVP Moore tip off the league’s 18th season in the nation’s capital against the Washington Mystics on Friday, May 16 (7 p.m. ET).  WNBA Tip-Off 2014 presented by Boost Mobilewill feature 22 games from May 16 through Memorial Day (May 26), including the launch of ESPN2’s season-long coverage of the WNBA.  ESPN2 will debut its schedule of WNBA games on Saturday, May 17, when the Chicago Sky, led by Elena Delle Donne, the 2013 WNBA Rookie of the Year, visit the New York Liberty, featuring newly acquired veteran Tina Charles, the league’s 2012 MVP, at Madison Square Garden (8 p.m. ET).

 

The Lynx’s Moore, the Fever’s Catchings, the Phoenix Mercury’s Diana Taurasi, the Sparks’ Parker, New York’s Tina Charles, and sisters Nneka and Chiney Ogwumike figured prominently in a number of categories.

 

Parker, who took home not only her second regular-season MVP award in 2014, but also MVP honors of WNBA All-Star presented by Boost Mobile, was selected to once again earn the league’s top individual honor (50 percent, edging out the 33 percent for Moore).  Moore was also named as the player GMs would select if starting a franchise today (33 percent) and as the league’s best small forward (42 percent).

 

Catchings earned the top spot in the voting as the toughest player in the WNBA (64 percent), the top power forward and the player who is best at making her teammates better (50 percent each), as well as for the player likely to be named Defensive Player of the Year presented by Samsung (42 percent).  The 2011 regular season and 2012 Finals MVP also was selected as the best leader (58 percent), grabbing the mantle from Seattle’s Sue Bird, who earned the honor the last five years.

 

Taurasi captured the votes as the league’s best pure shooter (67 percent), the player GMs would most want taking a shot with a game on the line (58 percent), and the player with the best basketball IQ (42 percent).  The six-time All-Star and former league MVP (2009) also shared top billing – along with Augustus and New York’s Cappie Pondexter – as the player deemed best at creating her own shot (25 percent each).

 

Charles, who the Liberty acquired in a draft day trade with the Connecticut Sun, racked up the No. 1 spot in four categories.  While the move of the league’s 2012 MVP from the Sun to her hometown Liberty was considered the most surprising offseason move (67 percent), it also resulted in Charles being viewed as the one player acquisition that will make the most impact (58 percent).  Now entering her fifth WNBA campaign, Charles also was voted as the player with the best post moves (50 percent), and the league’s top rebounder (42 percent).

 

Chiney Ogwumike, who the Sun made the No. 1 overall selection in the 2014 WNBA Draft presented by State Farm, and her older sister, Nneka, who was selected first overall by the Sparks in 2012, were considered by the GMs to be among the league’s best athletes.  Nneka led all vote-getters (50 percent) as the most athletic player in the WNBA, while Chiney tied with Connecticut teammate Alyssa Thomas as the leading vote-getters for the most athletic rookie (33 percent apiece).  Chiney, however, was edged out by Tulsa Shock guard Odyssey Sims, the No. 2 overall pick in the recent draft, as the player most likely to earn Rookie of the Year presented by Samsung honors (50 percent) and as the rookie who will develop into the best player five years from now (58  percent).

 

While the GMs saw Los Angeles as the team that made the best offseason moves (earning 50 percent of the votes following the team’s acquisition of veterans Armintie Herrington, Sandrine Gruda, and Candice Wiggins), Connecticut – which signed veteran star Katie Douglas away from Indiana and used draft day to select Chiney Ogwumike and acquire No. 4 overall pick Alyssa Thomas via trade with New York – captured the vote as the team that will be most improved (33 percent), edging New York and San Antonio (25 percent each).

Ten players received votes as the player most likely to have a breakout season, with Phoenix’s Brittney Griner and Los Angeles’s Ogwumike sharing the top honor (17 percent each).  Similarly, nine players were in the mix as the league’s most underrated player, with Seattle’s Tanisha Wright leading the way (27 percent).

 

The coaching category included a variety of winners. Minnesota’s Cheryl Reeve was given the nod as the best head coach (42 percent) and the coach that runs the best offense (50 percent); Seattle’s Brian Agler was considered to be the best head coach in the last two minutes of a game and the head coach with the best defensive schemes (42 percent each), as well as the head coach that makes the best in-game adjustments (33 percent).  The Washington Mystics’ Mike Thibault, a three-time winner of the WNBA’s Coach of the Year award (2006, 2008, and 2013), was voted as the head coach that is the best at developing young players (42 percent).

 

The GMs also felt that Seattle will be bolstered in 2014, not only by the return of seven-time All-Star point guard Sue Bird, who missed the entire season a year ago following knee surgery, but also by a rabid fan base at KeyArena. The Storm, for the fifth straight year, was considered by the GMs to have the best home-court advantage.

 

Additional leaders in the WNBA.com GM survey included:

  • Minnesota’s Whalen – best point guard (58 percent)
  • San Antonio’s Becky Hammon (now in her 16th season and returning from ACL surgery) – player with the greatest hunger to win a championship (33 percent)
  • Chicago’s Delle Donne, Phoenix’s Griner, and Minnesota’s Moore – player who forces opposing coaches to make the most adjustments (17 percent apiece)
  • Atlanta’s McCoughtry – player who is the most dangerous in the open floor (58 percent)
  • Seattle’s Bird, San Antonio’s Hammon, and Washington’s Kara Lawson – active player that would make the best head coach someday (25 percent each)

 

About the WNBA

The WNBA – which features 12 teams and is the most successful women’s professional team sports league in the world – is a unique global sports property combining competition, sportsmanship, and entertainment value with its status as an icon for social change, achievement, and diversity.  The league, which counts Boost Mobile as its leaguewide marquee partner, will tip off its 18th season on May 16, 2014.

 

Through WNBA Cares, the WNBA is deeply committed to creating programs that improve the quality of life for all people, with a special emphasis on programs that promote a healthy lifestyle and positive body image, increase breast and women’s health awareness, support youth and family development, and focus on education. For more information on the WNBA, log on to www.wnba.com.

Lending growth reported by Chelsea Groton

Chelsea Groton LogoGroton – Chelsea Groton Bank saw its profits increase by 17 percent last year, according to financial results released Thursday, thanks largely to one of its best years ever for loan originations.

The Groton-based bank’s profits of $4.75 million last year compared with net income of $4.06 million the prior year.

“We’re sticking to our core business and executing very well,” B. Michael Rauh Jr., Chelsea Groton’s president and chief executive officer, said in an interview this week at the bank’s headquarters on Poquonnock Road. “We focus on customer service.”

Rauh said 2013 was the bank’s second-best year ever for loan originations. Total loans approached $592 million, up 5.5 percent on the year.

Rauh said last year featured strong interest in mortgage refinancing – accounting for more than three-quarters of all residential loan activity. This year, with rising interest rates, he said the bank’s home-purchase loans are accounting for 75 percent of mortgage activity, with refinancing down to 25 percent.

Charter Oak Federal Credit Union may have accounted for about 100 more mortgages than Chelsea Groton last year in the region, but Rauh said the Groton mutual bank’s $117 million in originations made it No. 1 in total dollar volume. Chelsea Groton has 14 local branches.

Rauh said he is proud of the bank’s continued ability to fund local business projects, including Thames Edge at Fairview in Groton, a Starbucks franchise in Norwich, Mystic Drawbridge Ice Cream and Mike’s Famous Harley-Davidson in New London.

“As a local company, that’s kind of what we do,” he said.

Rauh added that the bank’s financial-services group had one of its best years ever.

In addition, the bank has seen a dramatic dropoff in nonperforming loans, Rauh said, with no need to set aside additional money for loan losses last year. The bank and its foundation donated more than $300,000 to local charities in 2013, he said.

In addition, Rauh said, the bank’s capital position continues to grow, with 14.1 percent of its assets held in reserve. That’s far above the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.’s 5 percent minimum for well-capitalized banks, he said.

“We are laying the groundwork for continued success in the years to come,” Rauh said in a statement.

To celebrate its 160th year in business in 2014, Rauh said, Chelsea Groton is giving each of its employees $160 to donate to a cause that they choose – whether it be a homeless shelter, a food pantry or supplies for a classroom.

At its 159th annual meeting Thursday at Mystic Marriott, members of the mutual bank heard a recap of last year’s financial highlights. They also elected Marilynn “Lynn” Malerba, 18th chief of the Mohegan Tribe, as a new board member, while choosing as new corporators Michael Alfultis, director of the University of Connecticut at Avery Point campus, attorney Ellen C. Brown of Groton and financial expert Fred A. Conti of Mystic.

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