BRIGHTON, Mass. — It took just over six minutes of game action for BC High to once again emphasize the stranglehold it has on the rest of the field in Massachusetts high school hockey this winter.
The Eagles scored three times in the first 6:05 en route to a commanding 5-1 win over archival Catholic Memorial at Warrior Arena, the practice facility of the Boston Bruins.
Catholic Memorial had just one loss on the season entering the game, but Wednesday proved the Knights were still a ways away, like the rest of the state, in terms of competing with the top ranked Eagles.
John Flaherty’s team possesses the most dominant line in high school in the Bay State. The Kramer brothers, ’02 left wing Peter Kramer, ’00 center Thomas Kramer, and ’02 right wing Joseph Kramer, had a hand in the first two goals and three of the five goals on the night.