Local sports roundup

Hudson – Wayne Barry, coach of the Hudson Catholic High School boys basketball team for the last four years – and five years overall – confirmed that he will not be returning next year to coach the Green Wave.

"It's just a timing issue," Barry said. "I was hoping to return, but some issues have surfaced at work that, going forward, are going to require more of my time this winter and I just recently came to the realization that I'm not going to be able to devote the time to the team that I feel is necessary. It wouldn't be fair to the kids for me to demand a full-time commitment from them and then not provide one myself. What kind of example would that be?"

Hudson Catholic compiled a 41-38 record over the last four years, twice qualifying for the Central Mass. Division 3 tournament. In his other year at the helm – the 1999-2000 season – Barry guided the Green Wave to a tournament-qualifying 11-9 mark.

Nine rising seniors and 12 of the 13 players on last year's roster are scheduled to return to the team next season. Leading the way will be seniors Brandon Shea, Mike Condon, Ryan Gilles, Charlie Tocci, Pat O'Connell, D.J. Cormier, Spencer Raphaelson, Nick Walsh and Chris Benevides.

Other returnees include rising juniors Brian Cormier, Robbie Cato and Jeremy Williams.

"Sometimes you hear people grouse about how a coach leaves and leaves the cupboard bare," Barry said with a laugh. "With nine seniors and 12 players coming back off of last year's team, I guess they won't be able to say that about me."

Mid-Wach baseball all-stars

The Mid-Wach League announced its baseball allstars recently. Local athletes honored included: Kevin Brown, Graham Henningson, John McKenna, Mike Pelland and Mike Bonner, Algonquin Regional; Curt Harrington and Edwin Shea, Shrewsbury High; Mark Forster, Jeff Mula and Wes Russell, Marlborough High; Andy Basque, Matt Daniele, A.J. Rouleau, Dan Sharifipour and Fran Whitten, Westborough High; and Mike Ahearn, Evan Childs, Dan Donoghue, Matt Jacobs, Mike Ryan and Mike Wood, Hudson High.

McKenna was named Co- MVP for Mid-Wach A, Rouleau was named the MVP for Mid-Wach B, and Jacobs and Wood shared MVP honors in Mid-Wach C.

Mid-Wach softball all-stars

The Mid-Wach League announced its softball allstars recently. Local athletes honored included: Meghan McInnis, Algonquin Regional; Kate Duval, Lexi Ferraro and Lindsi Panarelli, Shrewsbury High; Jessie Bryant, Kelsey Bryant, Meagan Montesion, Aryel Paolini and Kelsey Rudzinsky, Marlborough High; Liz Power, Westborough High; and Kaitlin Andrews, Kristen Bowen, Laura Bowen, Meghan Carter, Cathy Casavant, Cristy Jenkins, and Melissa Tobin, Hudson High.

Montesion was named the Co-MVP for Mid-Wach B, Continued from previous page Laura Bowen was named the MVP for Mid-Wach C.

Mid-Wach boys tennis all-stars

The Mid-Wach League announced its boys tennis all-stars recently. Local athletes honored included: Nate Davis and Josh Jordan, Algonquin Regional; Brad Aymes, Shrewsbury High; Josh Hurwitz, Fritz Kaebler, Brennen Kim, Jason Lemack, Josh Lurier and Zach O'Leary, Westborough High; and Drew Holden and Cody Smith, Hudson High. Lurier was named Mid- Wach B MVP.

Mid-Wach girls tennis all-stars

The Mid-Wach League announced its girls tennis all-stars recently. Local athletes honored included: Haley Bourke, Stephanie Hom, Brittany Kelly and Mikaela Stamas, Algonquin Regional; Ruby Lee, Shrewsbury High; Marina Fileva, Marlborough High; and Megan Carney, Hudson High. Stamas was named MVP of Mid-Wach A and Fileva was named MVP of Mid- Wach B.

Mid-Wach volleyball all-stars

The Mid-Wach League announced its volleyball allstars recently. Local athletes honored included: Jared Tetreault and Andrew Young, Algonquin Regional; and Bruno Araujo and Sean Scanlon, Marlborough High.

Contact Ken Powers at kpthesportsguy@yahoo.com with your sports team's news.

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