"That somewhat unique ability to create goals, both on the rush and on the power play, are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to what these two junior dynamos bring to St. Mary's, probably the state's third-best team at the moment.
"They're tremendous leaders, great kids on and off the ice that are great role models for our younger kids," said Spartans coach Frank Pagliuca, his squad 13-2 with the lone losses to unbeatens Austin Prep and Woburn." - Salem News
"It took the Spartans until the final minute of a back-and-forth third period to snap BC High's streak, as senior Anthony Bono scored the game-winning goal with 47.4 seconds left to lift St. Mary's to a 3-2 nonleague win.
"I'm just so proud of my guys," said St. Mary's coach Mark Lee. "They gave everything they had and that's what it takes from the goaltender out. They were on their game. We've been playing BC for a number of years and to finally get a 'W' was huge for our program."
St. Mary's (10-3-4) was in control when Nicholas Napolitano set up Colin Reddy for a breakaway tally and 2-0 lead with 6:35 left in the third period, but it was just the beginning of a wild third period." - Boston Herald
"Needing 17 points to join the 1,000-point club, on the road against one of the state's top-ranked teams in Cathedral, Gonzalez did five better with a 22-point performance in a 63-58 loss to the Panthers on Monday night.
Gonzalez's career milestone came on a lay-up in the third quarter, when the junior took the ball from the top of the key, drove to the paint and hit the basket while drawing a foul."
"When the St. Mary's and Saugus girls basketball teams agreed to play each other in the season opener for both squads, the two teams were looking for the same thing: an early season test against a competitive opponent. This time around, it was the Spartans that aced the test with a 58-37 win over the Sachems at Conigliaro Gymnasium." - ItemLive
"The St. Mary's boys basketball team couldn't have picked many tougher opponents to face in its season opener, going up against last year's Division 2 state champion in the Brighton Bengals. But the two teams each looked much different from last year, and it was the Spartans who were able to capture the 55-46 win at Conigliaro Gym on Friday night." - ItemLive