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First of all, talent level overall was very good, and attendance of the prep coaches was a little light in Lawrence Academy were I was but saw people form USHR, Taft, Lawrence, Sacred Heart University to name a few. There will be a lot of bouncing between Beantown and this tourney for Prep Coaches.
#9 BC Eagles 3 over #18 Mercer Chiefs 1 – Eagles continue to play well, after making it to the finals at the EHF Tournament by beating the #8 SS Kings a few weeks (losing in finals to #4 MidFairfield Rangers). Chiefs keep it close.
#6 NJ Colonials 5 over #70 Buffalo Regals 0. John Farinacci puts on a show with a 3-1-4 line in the game for the Colonials.
#8 SS Kings 4 over #3 CT Wolfpack 3. Conor Lovett scores 2 as a severely depleted bench for the Kings (2 healthy D, missing a forward) squeak out the win in the last minutes against a scrappy Wolfpack team.
#1 Minuteman Flames 11 over #29 EC Wizards 0. The question if the E9 teams can play with the EHF Elite has one big statement in that conversation. #1 team shows why they are #1.
#13 Boston Bandits 3 over #28 TPH Thunder 2. Many close good games already. EHF Elite continue dominance at the tourney. Tough Bandits will the win.
More on Day 2
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