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Redmen Roundup: Aylward Named MVC Division 2 Coach of the Year

Tewksbury high hockey team battles to a 1-1 tie with Methuen.

Football

Tewksbury High football coach Brian Aylward has been named Merrimack Valley Conference Division 2 coach of the Year.

The award was voted on by the other MVC coaches.

Aylward guided the Redmen to a 7-5 record in 2012 and their second straight MVC D2 title/playoff berth.

Lowell High's John Florence won Division 1 MVC Coach of the Year honors. For the record, Tewksbury High , when the teams met this season.

Aylward wasn't the only one receiving honors this week.

Sophomore running back James Sullivan, junior wide receiver Kevin Dick, junior offensive lineman Alex Hamilton, senior linebacker Kyle Pandolph and junior linebacker Eddie Matovu were named MVC Division 2 Football All-Stars.

Wrestling

Lawrence 51, Tewksbury 11

The Tewksbury High wrestling team took it on the chin against Lawrence, falling 55-11. Nick Stavros earned a pinfall victory in the second period at 138 pounds. Tim Martel scored a 4-2 decision at 182 pounds. Nick Jansen scored a 3-2 decision at 220 pounds.

Ice Hockey

Tewksbury 1, Methuen 1

Sophomore goalie Kyle Paquette turned aside 17 shots as Tewksbury battled to a 1-1 tie against Methuen. The Redmen (0-1-1) fell behind in the first period but rallied to tie the game in the second.

 

Michael Iannacci December 14, 2012 at 04:33 AM
Congratulations Brian for a well-deserved honor.
Paulie December 14, 2012 at 09:54 PM
Congrats Brian!
Gary Ballou December 15, 2012 at 03:23 PM
Well deseved to B.A. and staff. The compassion and commitment to the program will be rewarded for years to come...GB

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